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Pakistan Embassy, consulate to mark Independence Day
The flag-hoisting ceremony at the Consulate General in Dubai will be held at the Consulate premises at 8pm with Consul General of Pakistan Javid Jalil Khattak hoisting the flag and reading out messages.
Armenians holding on to their traditions, culture
From just a handful who came here in 1977, there are over 10,000 Armenians in the UAE now
When money can buy some happiness
Bigger wallets enable Philippines Muslims to splurge in the UAE
Relief as Indian passport shortage crisis is resolved
New applicants will no longer have to face delays or shell out more money to apply for jumbo booklets and for tatkal service for emergency delivery of passports.
Drug arrests of Britons rise, cases of rape drop
Although the new figures show a fall in some serious types of consular cases globally, the UAE has seen a small rise in cases compared to the 436 recorded in the same period in 2012-2013.
French National Day celebrated at Al Bustan Rotana Hotel in Dubai
Biscuitiers La Cure Gourmande, the Paul patisserie, and Cafés Richard had set up stalls at the venue, providing residents a taste of cuisine from home.
Al Maktoum Foundation unveils projects in Somalia
According to a senior official, up to 1,500 students of the Shaikh Hamdan Bin Rashid School in Hargeisa city of Somalia have graduated from several universities.
India appoints Seetharam as envoy to Irena
India has made its ambassador to the UAE as its Permanent Representative to the International Renewable Energy Agency (Irena).
Indonesian expats excited at getting chance to vote
Over 15,000 Indonesians had registered to vote, but diplomatic missions in Abu Dhabi and Dubai expected a voter turnout of less than 20 per cent.
Girls outshine boys in Pakistan board examination
As many as 652 of the 803 students taking part in the Federal Board of Intermediate & Secondary Education (FBISE) examination passed.
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