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Indian mission in Dubai assists 100 stranded sailors
Indian Consulate in Dubai asks sailors to run background check of shipping firms, agencies before joining shipping companies.
Britons told to be vigilant after Abu Dhabi murder
The UK government said though there is no specific threat from terrorism in the UAE, terrorists may be plotting to target Western expats residing in the usually trouble-free country.
New British envoy to concentrate on UK-UAE commercial ties
Former head of counter-terrorism department in London Philip Parham says there are very big opportunities in the UAE.
Crowds throng Pak association’s four-day festival
Four-day Meena Bazaar festival organised by Pakistan Association of Dubai sees participation of various Pakistani school bands, university students, community groups, and people from all walks of life.
UK Skills Expo returns to UAE on December 7
The UK Skills Expo is coming back to the UAE for a second year and aims to further strengthen the ties between the two countries as well as support the UAE Vision 2021.
ERC launches winter aid drive in Lebanon
The ERC launched a new relief campaign at the Lebanese-Syrian border villages to coincide with the winter season in response to appeals for relief received by the embassy.
National drive to curb fall accidents involving children
Civil Defence teams to visit residential buildings, schools and play areas to spread awareness
No hike in wages of Indian workers, says envoy
Indian Ambassador to the UAE T.P. Seetharam says no revision in the minimum wages of Indian workers in the UAE was made in the recent past.
UAE funding projects in Egypt worth $10 billion
Al Dhaheri said that these projects would accrue far-reaching economic benefits to Egypt as they would generate 600,000 jobs and serve 10 million people.
Indian minister wins support of ‘super rich’ business persons
Sushma Swaraj invited the Indian entrepreneurs and Emirati investors to explore investing in India under the Make In India programme.
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