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Saturday, January 25, 2020

UAE

Lifestyle in the United Arab Emirates, Relationship between UAE and Bahrain, Travel to UAE to and from Bahrain, Media Partnerships, World Business and Technology Development in and around GCC.

100% tax on cigarettes and energy drinks

The UAE's Federal Tax Authority has announced a 100 per cent tax on tobacco products and energy drinks, as well as a 50 per...

International transit passenger jailed in Dubai on false accusation

A BRITISH airline passenger en route from London to Johannesbury claims she was arrested in Dubai after cabin crew on her Emirates flight accused her...

Wills claiming to avoid Sharia law ‘ripping off’ expats

Law firms that offer to draft wills guaranteeing that the assets of non-Muslim expatriates will not be subject to Sharia in the event of...

Dubai Police introduce Robocops (REALLY)

Dubai's first Robocop, which will eventually be used to chase down suspects and nab parking fee dodgers, joined Dubai Police on Sunday. After interacting with...

Dh33m bonus for Dubai taxi plate owners

Bonuses of more than Dh33 million will be paid to the Emirati owners of 6,657 taxi number plates used by Dubai taxi companies. Until the...

Safeguarding Indian Investments In Dubai

Dubai has recently passed a law permitting non-Muslim expatriates to register Wills that are not governed by the Sharia’. It is the first, and...

Dubai set to allow night swimming at beaches with new floodlights

Dubai’s beaches are set to shine bright at night with the installation of ‘smart poles’ providing high-intensity lighting on the shores. The first two smart...

Endangered animals were smuggled aboard a UAE based flight

Malaysian custom officials have foiled an attempt to smuggle hundreds of the world's most endangered tortoises into the country from Madagascar, according to international...

Dubai unveils yet another megaproject!

Dubai Holding on Sunday unveiled Marsa Al Arab, a AED 6.3 billion ($1.7 billion) megaproject geared towards tourists that is set to be built...

Higher UAE traffic fines from 1st July

On July 1, the UAE introduces new and much higher traffic fines that will likely hit motorists hard if they contravene them.New cost of...
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