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PM Modi to leave for 3-nation visit today

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will leave for his three-nation visit to Palestine, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Oman on Friday. Noting that this would be the first-ever prime ministerial visit to Palestine from India, the official spokesperson of the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA), Raveesh Kumar, said, “The Prime Minister will travel to Palestine via Amman. The Government of India and its leadership are very grateful

Narendra Modi to visit Palestine, UAE, Oman

Narendra Modi to visit Palestine, UAE, Oman. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will make a historic visit to Palestine during a trip to the Middle East from February 9 to 12 that will take him to the UAE and Oman. This will be the first visit by an Indian Prime Minister to Palestine and Modi’s second

Kerala man wins Rs 20-crore lottery

Kerala man wins Rs 20-crore lottery in Abu Dhabi, hits jackpot

Kerala man wins Rs 20-crore lottery: New year proved to be a lucky one for Keralite Harikrishnan V Nair who whoops Rs 20 crore (Dh120 lakh) by winning in the biggest-ever raffle prize money in Abu Dhabi. Harikrishnan V Nair, 42, who works as a business development manager for a firm in Dubai and has

Tunisia bans Emirates Airlines flights

Tunisia has suspended all Emirates Airlines flights to and from the North African country. The country’s transport ministry announced it has suspended Emirates flights to Tunis until the airline finds the appropriate solution to operate flights “in accordance with international law and agreements,” reported the Guardian. The move comes two days after a number of Tunisia

UAE emerges as first choice of Indian Job Seekers

UAE emerges as first choice of Indian Job Seekers

United Arab Emirates (UAE) emerging as the first choice of Indian immigrants for the job. UAE has approved immigration around 75 thousand Indians in 2017, which is approximately 40 percent of the total number of NRIs.Gulf countries like Saudi Arabia, Oman and Kuwait has been emerging as first choice of Indian for the past one

Foreign companies interested in investing in Punjab

Foreign companies interested investing Punjab. RUSSIA INTERESTED IN WASTE-TO-ENERGY, CHINA IN METRO RAIL PROJECT, UAE ALSO KEEN TO INVEST New Delhi: Foreign companies interested investing Punjab. Various foreign companies, including ones from Russia, China and UAE, have evinced interest in setting up business units in diverse areas, such as defence and metro railway, in Punjab.

Companies from Russia, China and UAE to invest in Punjab

Various companies including Russia, China and UAE have shown interest in setting up business units in various areas like Defense and Metro Rail Projects in Punjab. A spokesman of the Punjab Chief Minister’s Office said that this decision has been taken after Capt. Amarinder Singh’s meeting with representatives of various companies.According to the spokesman, Energo

Is it really tax-free in the UAE?

Yes it is – but only in certain circumstances!  Otherwise there are times when you will have to face tax, and there are plenty of top tips that you need to know about taxation in Dubai if you’re thinking of going to live and work in the emirate.Dubai is a shining star in the Middle

Nearly 100 Indian sailors stranded in UAE waters: Report

Nearly 100 Indian sailors stranded UAE waters: Report Dubai, Jul 2 (PTI) About 100 Indian sailors aboard 22 ships have been stranded in UAE waters and have sought the help of the Indian Consulate General in Dubai, according to a media report. Citing the Indian Consul General of Dubai, Vipul, the Gulf News said that

UAE passport ranked most powerful in Arab world

United Arab Emirates passport ranked powerful Arab world. Abu Dhabi, June 16 (IANS/WAM) The United Arab Emirates’s passport ranking advanced in 2017 to the first spot in the Arab world and 22nd globally, according to Global Passport Power Rank 2017.The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation (MoFAIC) recently launched the UAE Passport Force initiative,

Indian man commits suicide in Sharjah

Forty five year old Indian Sharjah committed suicide hanging. Dubai, Jun 15 (PTI) A 45-year-old Indian in Sharjah has committed suicide by hanging himself from a ceiling fan after his family had to return to India as he could not bear their expenses, according to a media report.Avarachan Jacob, who hails from Kerala and worked

Qatar asks citizens to leave UAE within 14 days – embassy

Qatar asks citizens to leave UAE within 14 days – embassy. Qatar on Monday asked citizens to leave the United Arab Emirates within 14 days to comply with a decision by Abu Dhabi to sever ties with Doha, the Qatari embassy in Abu Dhabi said on social media.“Qatari citizens must leave the UAE within 14

UAE, Australia, Korea Republic and Uzbekistan arrive

Panaji: United Arab Emirates, Australia,Korea Republic and Uzbekistan have arrived in Goa for the AFC U-16 Championship, which commences on September 15 here. There will be sixteen teams in total, including hosts India, to be vying for top honours during the competition that will take place at two different stadia – Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium,

US transfers 15 Guantanamo inmates to UAE

Washington: The US government announced that 15 inmates held at the Guantanamo Bay in Cuba have been transferred to the United Arab Emirates (UAE). The transfer of the 15 detainees – 12 Yemeni and 3 Afghan citizens – brought the total number of prisoners in Guantanamo, which accommodated nearly 800 in 2002, down to 61, EFE

UAE consulate in Barcelona launches iftar project

Abu Dhabi: The United Arab Emirates’ (UAE) Consulate General in Barcelona has launched an iftar project, funded by UAE charities to support underprivileged Muslims in the Catalonia region during the fasting month of Ramadan. The project, the largest in the region, is supported by Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan Foundation, Emirates Red Crescent, Human Appeal

Etihad Airways signs declaration to prevent illegal wildlife trade

Abu Dhabi: The United Arab Emirates’ (UAE) flag carrier Etihad Airways along with five partner airlines has signed a declaration committing to fight illegal wildlife trafficking and efforts to help protect species. The Declaration of the United for Wildlife International Taskforce on the Transportation of Illegal Wildlife Products was signed at International Air Transport Association’s

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