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Tolerance month
The Islamic month of Muharram is a time for the troubled Muslim world to introspect.
Ebola virus
This is with reference to the news item (KT, October 29) that a nurse in the United States is planning to sue the authorities concerned for adopting a discriminatory attitude towards her.
War on Ebola
The Ebola virus is getting harder to beat with every passing day and the recent WHO warning that within two months 10,000 new cases of Ebola could emerge each week in west Africa could only mean that what is presently being done to tacle the virus is just not enough.
Vote in Tunisia and its significance
The results of the elections in Tunisia have significance for Turkey in particular, and for the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) in general. The reason is self-evident.
Pollution at its peak
This is with reference to the news about the repercussions of excessive burning of firecrackers in Delhi (KT, October 28).
Turbulence in Mideast
The history of the Middle East in the post-colonial era has been one of wars and conflicts with long-standing regional antagonisms and rivalries that show no signs of abating.
Shabby houses need renovations
This is in response to the letter on shabby houses in these columns. Some buildings in Dubai need a face-lift and surroundings require a clean up.
Imran Khanís campaign
Pakistanís cricketer-turned politician Imran Khan exhibited courage as he said that he is not going to end his sit-ins against the government.
Curbing illegal taxis
There are many spots in Dubai like Nasser Square, Bur Dubai Bus Station, Sabkha Bus Station, Jafaliya Immigration bus stop where you see drivers are openly sourcing passengers and I see some of the faces are same for the last many years. How could the RTA authorities ignore this trend for such a long time?
From the Top of Burj Khalifa
The Top of Burj Khalifa has been opened for the general public. The new observation deck is 24 levels above the previous public observation deck on 124th floor.
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