The Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation said in a statement issued today that it will not be lenient in dealing with violators
Indian diplomatic missions in their respective countries will be assigned to carry out the attestation, a top official told Khaleej Times on Saturday.
“When the rule comes into effect, the job offer letters would be verified and attested by Indian missions in respective countries,” said K. Mohandas, Secretary, Ministry of Overseas Indian Affairs (MOIA).
Mohandas said the ministry is developing an e-governance programme to speed up the attestation process.
“We scrapped the rule earlier because of delays but now the Indian missions will be ready for handling all the attestation work within stipulated time,” he said.
An exclusive community centre will be opened in
“A special officer and supporting staff will be appointed in the centre which will work under the Indian embassy.” The centre will work for the welfare of blue-collar workers as well as others.
A reception was arranged for Mohandas by the Indian Consulate in
The highlight of her performance was a clutch of 16 birdies including four over five holes in Round 2
From December 3 to January 7, visitors can have this exclusive experience on the 1km-long climate-controlled street
The Ghiath vehicles were initially designed and developed for Dubai Police in response to the demand for a new breed of mobile policing solutions
Sheikh Mohamed said solving the challenges facing the planet requires a shared vision
The new banknote is being issued in the same blue colour, for easier identification and will go into circulation on Thursday, November 30
Williamson hit 104 off 205 balls in his 29th Test century with 11 fours
The draw for the $1,000,000 grand prize is set to take place live on December 2