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Good work needs to be credited: Expatriates
Nobel Peace Prize announcement evokes strong responses
A day of European languages in Dubai
British, French, German, Czech organisations hold event under the Council of Europe at German International School.
New smart cards for Pakistani expatriates soon
The smart national identity cards, which is optional at present, will eventually replace the National Identity Card for Overseas Pakistanis (Nicop).
Expats narrate their experiences during Kashmir floods
While majority of the Kashmiri diaspora were anxiously waiting for information about their relatives and friends, some of them from Dubai were there and experienced the fury of nature.
Indian expats recall experiences of being in flood-hit state
Moin Qazi, who runs a real estate brokerage firm in Dubaiís Al Barsha, was trapped on the rooftop of his three storied home for three days.
Indian expats to help flood-hit victims in Jammu and Kashmir
Groups of Kashmiri expats have held discussions among themselves and also attended an Open House meeting with senior Indian diplomats in the UAE for planning the future course of action.
Indian community seeks expansion of welfare fund
Portion of the fund could be used to pay the school fees of children whose fathers are in prisons, or sick or facing court cases and hence were unemployed.
Database of Indian expatriates in UAE planned
Conference brings together missions, community associations and state governments in India
Donít send relief aid in kind, Indian expats in UAE told
Indian expats told to contribute to PMís relief fund, instead, to help flood-hit Kashmiris
A case of jitters as Scotland vote looms
It is the debate that has divided politicians, economists, citizens ó even celebrities. As our Scottish brethren prepare to answer the definitive question of whether they are British or not on September 18, the eyes of the world are fixed squarely on Caledonia; particularly, as AMANDA FISHER finds out, those Scots living abroad, who cannot take part.
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