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Weather gets better in the UAE

Written by on 3 October 2019

Weather gets better in the UAE The weather in the UAE is finally getting better. According to the national weather bureau mercury will hit highs close to 38-42°C. In internal areas, the temperature was recorded at a minimum of 25-29° C. In its daily weather forecast, the National Centre of Meteorology (NCM) said that the […]

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National Day celebrations!!

Written by on 1 October 2019

Residents will get immersed in stories of courage and pride during the National Day celebrations this year. Legacy of our Ancestors, a monumental theatrical masterpiece, will showcase stories from the past that reflect the country’s values long-embedded in its heritage and culture. The event will take place at the Zayed Sport City Stadium in Abu […]

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UAE mobile network name changes again

Written by on 1 October 2019

Etisalat, the UAE’s largest telecom operator, has again changed their network name to ‘UAE Election’ to mark the Federal National Council (FNC) election that will take place on October 5. Some 495 Emiratis are competing for 20 seats for the FNC, with the remaining 20 places on the legislative council appointed by ruling sheikhs from […]

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Doctor Jassie Gift

Written by on 22 September 2019

Music director and singer Jassie Gift is now Dr Jassie Gift. He completed PhD in philosophy from Kannur university. Dr Ramakrishnan, professor in Kannur University was his guide. Taking a break from the film industry, he dedicated five years for the research. Jassie Gift made his debut as a music director with the movie ‘Saphalam’ […]

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Dubai, a top trend city!

Written by on 16 September 2019

Did you know? Dubai is named as one of the most Instagrammed cities in 2019 Dubai received 79 million hashtags this summer alone… We already know that Dubai is a very Instagrammable city with stunning architecture, natural desert habitats, incredible food and beverage offerings, the list goes on. And now there’s official proof too. According to […]

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Colour-coded labels on food products

Written by on 12 September 2019

A nation-wide policy to label food products according to its nutritional value has been rolled out. The policy, which was approved by the UAE Cabinet recently, will see food labels list out information on fat, saturated fat, sugars and salt content in three colours: – Red (avoid consuming frequently) – Amber (consume moderately) – Green […]

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Metro hits 10 years!!!

Written by on 9 September 2019

Notice a change in your network name today? Residents in UAE were surprised to see the name of their network provider changed to ‘Dubai Metro’ on Monday. The name change marks the 10th anniversary of the Dubai Metro’s opening. The Metro started its life when the Red Line was launched by His Highness Sheikh Mohammed […]

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First Arab in space

Written by on 28 August 2019

September 25, history will be made as the UAE will send its first astronaut, Hazza Al Mansoori to space, making him the first Arab to ever go into space. The event will take place at exactly 6.56pm. New details about the eight-day mission, which is now less than a month away, were announced by the […]

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Tips for back to school!

Written by on 27 August 2019

With school right around the corner, we can understand how kids & teens can find it a drag to get back to their morning routines. And we’re here to help out! But why is it important to start fresh? Because motivating everyone to start a new academic year with devotion and creativity, will reflect positively […]

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Shorter working hours for UAE Govt. staff

Written by on 26 August 2019

Federal government employees who have school-going children can get up to three hours off work during the first week of the new academic term, the Federal Authority for Government Human Resources has announced. This will help parents report late for work so that they can escort their kids to schools, or leave early to pick […]

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