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Residents seek extension as ID deadline triggers chaos

Residents seek extension as ID deadline triggers chaos

DUBAI — With less than a week remaining for the deadline to register for Emirates ID cards, residents caught in the rush say they are running in vain from pillar to post and urged the authorities to extend the deadline.

Residents seek extension as ID deadline triggers chaos

Residents seek extension as ID deadline triggers chaos

DUBAI — With less than a week remaining for the deadline to register for Emirates ID cards, residents caught in the rush say they are running in vain from pillar to post and urged the authorities to extend the deadline.

Doctoral programmes in demand

DUBAI - Leading global educational institutions are opening their doors for doctoral students in the UAE as renewed emphasis on regional research has created a need for skilled intellectuals.

Spanish Tagalog, German, Hindi, Arabic...

Joanne Seymour can speak over 10 different languages and her fluency in Arabic, French, Spanish, German, Hindi and Tagalog among other languages catches many people by surprise.

From 10 to 9,400 students
IHS surges ahead

DUBAI — When late Hemkala Behn started offering private tuitions from her home in Dubai in 1957, little did she know that her classes would go on to become part of the first Indian private school in the UAE.

Celebrating the achievement of giving

Former US President, Bill Clinton announced the launch of the Varkey GEMS Foundation, a Dubai based charitable initiative, at a special launch ceremony.