Afkar Ali Ahmed

Boy with club feet waiting for surgery

AJMAN — When he sees other children go to school and play around him, Mohammed, a four-year-old boy with club feet who can not walk with his deformed legs and has to literally crawl on the floor, bursts into tears.

16 years ago

City Times

SERIES OF BURGLARIES ROCK SHARJAH

A series of robberies have taken place in several apartments by breaking open doors in various areas in Sharjah, including Al Nahda, Rollah, Al Qasimia, and the Buhaira Corniche area, Khaleej Times has learnt.

City Times16 years ago

Robbery cases on rise in Sharjah areas

SHARJAH — A series of robberies have taken place in several apartments by breaking open doors in various areas in Sharjah, including Al Nahda, Rollah, Al Qasimia, and the Buhaira Corniche area, Khaleej Times has learnt.

16 years ago

City Times

THIEF, ACCOMPLICE HELD IN AJMAN

Ajman Police arrested yesterday a 23-year-old Pakistani man for robbing 12 commercial outlets in various areas of the emirate by breaking into the premises. F. Zanwas, who came to the country on a business visit visa through a travel agency in Abu Dhabi...

City Times16 years ago

Several projects in Ajman will be completed by early 2006

AJMAN — Projects including the Ajman sewerage network, offices for brokers dealing with financial market and stock exchange as well as a number of vital developmental projects, will be completed in the beginning of 2006 as part of development plan of the Ajman Department of Municipality and Planning.

16 years ago

A WIDOW WHOSE TEARS NEVER SEEM TO DRY

City Times

A WIDOW WHOSE TEARS NEVER SEEM TO DRY

A widow and a mother of six handicapped children and an epileptic son has lost hope in life watching her children suffering with no help to provide her assistance for their survival. Umm Mahir, a Palestinian from Jordan arrived in Ajman...

City Times16 years ago

City Times

EXHIBITORS UNHAPPY WITH FAIR ORGANISERS

Exhibitors at Sharjah Book Fair, which started on Tuesday at the Sharjah Expo Centre, expressed their displeasure at the organisers' decision to charge Dh600 each for every publishing house whose books they distribute. The decision, they all felt, was unfair.

City Times16 years ago

Sharjah Book Fair fees are too high, say exhibitors

SHARJAH — The decision taken by the organisers of Sharjah Book Fair to charge exhibitors Dh600 for every publishing house's books they distribute has drawn flak, with the former terming the fee as unfair.

16 years ago