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Decision well made with the Year of Tolerance.

Written by on 6 March 2019

The cabinet member of UAE Have decided to give equal number of holidays to both private and public sector. For Indian national Fahad Siddiqui,  a sales manager, this was the kind of news that he would celebrate by taking his family out, as that’s what this decision will give him ­ – more family time. […]

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Temperature dips to 1.9°C in UAE

Written by on 13 February 2019

After slight rains over different parts of the UAE yesterday, there is a chill in the air. Residents woke up to a windy, cloudy morning on Wednesday. The minimum temperature recorded on February 13 was 1.9 degree Celsius in Jais Mountain, according to the National Center of Metrology.

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Trains to get around faster!

Written by on 12 February 2019

Have you ever come across a situation where you didn’t have a car, or wanted to take the bus but couldn’t because your destination resides off the bus routes? Yes, it can be tricky to travel between the Emirates sometimes, but look no further as Etihad Rail has unveiled plans for a train track that […]

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UAE all set to welcome Pope Francis

Written by on 2 February 2019

In the Year of Tolerance, when the head of Catholic Church is visiting the region for the first time, the government is not leaving any stone unturned to ensure the three-day state visit will be an all out success. The papal visit is also significant as the meeting coincides with the inter-faith conference in Abu […]

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Latest UAE Fuel Prices: February 2019

Written by on 30 January 2019

Fuel prices had declined in January as well. Fuel prices in the UAE were reduced for the month of February. Super 98 petrol will now cost Dh1.95 per litre, down from Dh2 a litre last month, while Special 95 petrol will cost Dh1.84 a litre, down from Dh1.89 last month. Diesel has been priced at […]

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Now travel to Oman from Dubai by bus!!

Written by on 28 January 2019

  The Roads and Transport Authority, in collaboration with Oman’s National Transport Company (Mwasalat), has launched a new bus route connecting Dubai and Muscat on Monday. The bus route will operate three times daily from Rashidiya Metro Bus Station, Airport Terminal 2 and Abu Hail Station. The price for a one-way ticket is Dh55; two-way […]

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