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    Asian Woman Asks for Handouts to Cover her Daughter’s Wedding Expenses

    Asian Woman Asks for Handouts to Cover her Daughter’s Wedding ExpensesJuly 24, 2014

    An Asian woman was arrested by Abu Dhabi Police officers while she was asking for handouts in front of a mosque. The woman, who entered the UAE on tourist visa, was sitting on the ground preying on people’s emotions and humanitarian spirit, seeking alms through mendicancy to provide for her daughter’s wedding expenses in her home country.

    “There is no place for beggars in our society,” said Colonel Dr. Rashid Mohammad Borshid, Acting Director of the Capital Police Directorate. He said that special teams had been set up to carry out extensive inspection"...

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    The Best Heart Disease Treatment in Thailand at Phyathai Nawamin International HospitalJuly 24, 2014

    Heart disease is a very common disease of the world population. It’s 1 in 4 of the cause of death all nationalities and countries. Heart disease can find in all age from newborns to the elderly. Depending on the cause, as in newborns to a cause of congenital anomalies or in the elderly, the most common heart disease is coronary heart disease were found in men than in women.

    Phyathai Nawamin Heart disease treatment center in Thailand offers wide range of services with sophisticated method and technique in a setting of a good quality standard care. Our team of specialists provides topnotch care through an extensive and collaborative approach.


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    Office rents continue to surge in Dubai

    The rise in rents is despite sustained significant growth in office stock with over 1.8 million square metres set to be delivered by the end of 2017, the report said.

    Office rents in Dubai continue to surge in tandem with a strong rental growth in residential sector on the back of a buoyant economy and increasing business confidence in tandem with a strong rental growth in Residential sector, global property advisor CBRE said on Wednesday.

    Average prime Central Business District (CBD) rents went up three per cent quarter-on-quarter"...

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    Etihad, Jet Airways keen to boost growth of India aviation industry

    Etihad Airways, the national airline of the UAE, and Jet Airways, India’s premier international airline, have outlined plans to reinforce their long-term commitment to the growth of India’s economy and aviation industry, including a major new turnaround strategy for Jet Airways to return to profitability in three years.

    The two airlines have been codeshare partners since 2008 and their relationship was strengthened in November 2013, after Etihad Airways received approvals to acquire a 24 per cent stake in Jet Airways, marking"...

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    UAE, Saudi Arabia shine bright in resurgent $ 2.5 billion GCC lighting market

    The UAE and Saudi Arabia are at the forefront of a resurgent GCC lighting sector, with both countries accounting for 70 per cent of the US$2.5 billion regional market value in 2013, according to global consultancy firm Frost & Sullivan.

    Fuelled by increased demand from the fully revived construction sector, the Gulf lighting fixtures market is expected to grow between 8-10 per cent annually between 2014-2018, creating major opportunities for global manufacturers and designers to capitalise on renewed investment across the region.


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    Dubai: A vision, not an illusion

    The long-awaited bankruptcy law and the revamped UAE Companies Law, which are expected to be unveiled soon, will help Dubai reinforce its position as a sought-after global investment and business destination, says Hisham Abdulla Al Shirawi, chairman of Free Zones World.

    Talking to Khaleej Times, Al Shirawi, who is also the vice-chairman of the Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry and member of the Economic Council, said the bankruptcy law, which would help regulate lending, is in line with international best-practice. It will trigger increased"...

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