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Video: Sushmita Sen responds to wedding rumours

Video: Sushmita Sen responds to wedding rumours

UAE News
Former Miss Universe Sushmita Sen has shunned the wedding rumours with 27-year-old model Rohman Shawl with an Instagram post. Recently, rumour mills have been hinting at her being in a relationship Rohman Shawl. The couple was spotted together at the airport, fashion shows and recently at the Taj Mahal. Putting an end to speculations, she posted a video on Instagram of her doing a rigorous workout in the gym. In the caption she wrote, "While the world speculates, I train. Speak of these #rings & this #commitment , and I am game!! All other #gossips can die in vain" #notgettingmarried (yet) 'Rohman'cing life ABSOLUTELY!!! #enoughsaid #sharing #mytruth I love you guys beyond!!!! mmuuuaaah!!!!"   View this post on Instagram ...
UAE issues new law to regulate future technologies

UAE issues new law to regulate future technologies

UAE News
It aims at providing a safe test environment for legislation. The President, His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, has issued a federal law authorising the UAE Cabinet to grant temporary licences for testing innovations that use future technologies and its applications, such as Artificial Intelligence (AI). The law aims at providing a safe test environment for legislation that will govern the use and applications of future technologies. The study to develop new legislation will begin with the launch of the RegLab in January 2019. RegLab will be the largest lab designed to anticipate and develop future legislations governing the use and applications of technologies. This is a bid for the UAE to achieve regional and global leadership in attracting innovation and advanc...
Why Dubai businesses are upbeat about Q4

Why Dubai businesses are upbeat about Q4

UAE News
More than 88 per cent of businesses foresee stronger or stable results. Dubai businesses expect stronger sales and revenues in the fourth quarter, thanks to new projects and surge in seasonal tourist arrivals. According to the Department of Economic Development's quarterly survey, more than 88 per cent of businesses foresee stronger or stable results throughout the rest of the year as the government continues to roll out varied initiatives to accelerate economic growth and strengthen Dubai's reputation as a business hub and investment destination. Dubai's dominant services sector, which continues to diversify and progressively improve efficiencies, is the most confident of the future, followed by manufacturing, another focus sector in the emirate's strategic plan to grow into a glob...
Watch: Birds in Sharjah are even feeling the heat

Watch: Birds in Sharjah are even feeling the heat

UAE News
Dubai: The summer days are slowly passing by, with the intensity of heat and humidity slowly fluctuating with it. During the weekend, a man with a bucket full of water was caught on camera as he gave water to a thirsty bird. The online video quickly circulated across social networking sites and was applauded by residents, who praised the kind gestures of the janitor in Sharjah. The bird was so grateful for the water that it perched on the cleaner’s head and refused to fly away, and ended up keeping the man company as he brushed the public benches. . ‫في مشهد إنساني رائع .. رواد وسائل التواصل يتداولون فيديو يظهر «عصفور» يرفض الإبتعاد عن عامل نظافة في ⁧‫#الشارقة‬⁩ بعد أن قام بروي عطشه في الأجواء الحارة.‬ ‫⁧‫#مصدر_للأخبار‬⁩ ‬ A post shared by مصدر | MSDAR NEWS (@msdar_news)
UAE gets ready to implement visa reforms

UAE gets ready to implement visa reforms

UAE News
  Abu Dhabi: The Federal Authority for Identity and Citizenship (FAIC) said that its board has approved a plan for implementing all decisions taken by the UAE Cabinet in May and June to launch a new system of entry visas for investors and professionals. As Gulf News reported in May, the new system of entry visas for investors and professionals will offer them a long-term visa for up to 10 years. This will further boost the UAE’s position as a primary destination for international investors and top talent from around the world. The system will grant investors and talents up to 10-year residency visas for specialists in medical, scientific, research and technical fields, as well as for all scientists and innovators. It also grants five-year residency visas for students st
Man Tries To R@Pe Job Seeker At His Mother’S Villa In Dubai

Man Tries To R@Pe Job Seeker At His Mother’S Villa In Dubai

GCC News
He has been charged at the Court of First Instance with attempted rape. A man, who allegedly tried to rape a job seeker after luring her inside his room annexed to his mother's villa, has been charged at a Dubai court. The public prosecution records show the 46-year-old Emirati man took advantage that the Filipina woman needed a job and she trusted him. He fooled her into believing that he owned a tourism agency and that he would employ her. However, he lured her to a room where he began hitting on her, groping her and telling her to obey him. He has been charged at the Court of First Instance with attempted rape. The alleged incident took place on January 31, this year, and was reported to Al Rashidiyah police station. The 26-year-old complainant, an accountant, said she co...
“Missing”  Dubai Princess returns safely to UAE with India’s help

“Missing” Dubai Princess returns safely to UAE with India’s help

INDIA NEWS, UAE News
Mumbai: Dubai Princess Sheikha Latifa, ‘kidnapped’ off the coast of Goa, has been taken back to the United Arab Emirates (UAE) with the help of the Indian government. Princess Sheikha Latifa is the daughter of Vice President and Prime Minister of the United Arab Emirates, and ruler of the Emirate of Dubai, Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum. Latifa, along with her friend Herve Jaubert, were taken hostage earlier in March by four unidentified men in international waters next to the western coast of India. Sources told Deccan Chronicle, the Indian Navy received an SOS call on March 2 about the missing Dubai Princess and jumped into action. The Navy had spotted a suspicious sailing vessel off the coast of Goa and sources said around four people, who seemed Indian but had a comp
Dh500 fine for throwing tea cup in Dubai

Dh500 fine for throwing tea cup in Dubai

UAE News
The move is part of Dubai Municipality's keenness to provide a clean and sustainable environment Next time you throw a cup of tea in public places, be prepared to dole out a Dh500 fine. Dubai Municipality, in a post on Twitter, said:" If you throw a single cup of tea, it may cost you Dh500, based on the terms of local order No. 11 of 2003, in your hand, to sustain your city's cleanliness."   إن رميك لكوب شاي كرك واحد ،،، قد يكلفك 500 درهم إستناداً إلى بنود الأمر المحلي رقم 11 لسنة 2003 بيدك إستدامة نظافة مدينتك#دبي #بلدية_دبي pic.twitter.com/sCQsJ3OuNf — بلدية دبي (@DMunicipality) March 29, 2018 In an earlier post, the Municipality also said: "It's small in size, but it has a negative impact on the appearance of the city. Do not throw chewing gums on roads to avoid a
55% discount on 4,000 food items across UAE stores

55% discount on 4,000 food items across UAE stores

UAE News
Prices to be reduced during Ramadan as well. Residents in UAE are enjoying a month-long sale on consumer goods at stores, with prices now slashed on nearly 4,000 items from March 20. Earlier this month, the Ministry of economy announced a month-long sale across stores, supermarkets and hypermarkets in the UAE, which will last until April 20. Consumers can avail up to 55 per cent discount on select goods at 75 outlets across the eastern coastal emirates, said Dr Hashim Al Nuaimi, the Consumer Protection Department Director at the Ministry of Economy. This came during a meeting held by the Ministry of Economy in Fujairah with representatives from shops and outlets in Fujairah as well as other eastern coastal cities, Al Bayan reported. Al Nuaimi called on all outlets to publish...
Banned: Toxic toys in UAE

Banned: Toxic toys in UAE

UAE News
The Emirates Authority for Standardisation and Metrology has removed three brands of slime toys from the UAE market Dubai: Three toxic slime toys were banned from UAE shelves after authorities deemed the product “poisonous to children”. The Emirates Authority for Standardisation and Metrology (ESMA) announced that the harmful toys are: So-Squishy Slime, Magic Crystal Mud, and Glitter Slime. ALSO READ: • Parents express concern over children’s toys • Home dangerous home • Should fidget toys be banned? The laboratory tests, according to ESMA, proved that these three toys contained the boron element at higher levels than permissible. تحذر #مواصفات المستهلكين من شراء هذه الألعاب الثلاثة لاحتوائها على حمض البوريك بنسب أعلى من المسموح به. مما قد يصيب #الاطفال بالتسمم عند