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  • RAK launches affordable health insurance options

      October 21, 2017    
    The emirate of Ras Al Khaimah is to be the third emirate in the UAE and the first in northern emirates to optionally introduce the health insurance coverage after Abu Dhabi and Dubai. Affordable health insurance coverage starts as low as Dh550 to companies and individuals in Ras Al Khaimah, according to Dr Abdulrahman Al Naqbi, director-general of the Department of Economic Development
  • Laptops could be banned from checked bags on planes due to fire risk

      October 21, 2017    
    The International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) might consider a ban on laptops from checked baggage on planes due to a fire risk under a proposal being recommended by a global air safety panel, a media report said. The ICAO, a Canada-based UN organisation, will decide on the move at its meeting later this month, the CNN report said.Even if the organisation endorses the proposal fr
  • 5 skin care tips for winter in Dubai

      October 19, 2017    
    If you aren't familiar with that catchphrase, then "you know nothing, Jon Snow!" Winter is almost well upon us, so we can now all collectively rejoice and do the happy dance we Dubai denizens do every time we edge closer to the end of the year. Winter is a beautiful time in our city: cold breeze blows in our hair, cars finally stop feeling like the inside of an oven, stylish boots and t
  • Indians, Pakistanis exchange Diwali sweets in Dubai

      October 19, 2017    
    Festivals are the best time to patch up, to forget differences and extend a hand of friendship. And Pakistan Association of Dubai (PAD) officials chose the occasion of Diwali as the best time to strengthen bonds with their Indian neighbours at India Club, which is literally a street away from the PAD office in Oud Metha. A delegation of five officials from PAD, led by Dr Faisal Ikram, P
  • How technology will change the banking industry

      October 18, 2017    
    The fast-paced technological innovation in the GCC financial sector will benefit bank customers and money remitters with reduced service costs, but will impact the profitability of the region's banks by slashing money transfer fees and commissions, analysts said. For the banks that normally generate around one-quarter of their revenues from fees and commission and foreign-exchange gains - parti

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