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  • Longer leaves, shorter working hours under new Dubai law

       July 2, 2018     
    The annual leave for all government employees in Dubai has been increased, according to a new human resources law issued on Sunday. Employees of grades eight to 11 will get 25 paid leaves as opposed to the 22 they got previously, while those of grade seven and below will receive 18 instead of 15. This was among the many new benefits stipulated by the law announced by His Highness Sheikh
  • Croatia advance to quarter-finals after penalty shootout

       July 2, 2018     
    They could have wrapped up the result five minutes from the end of extra time but Luka Modric had his penalty saved by Kasper Schmeichel. However, the Croatia captain returned to bravely take one of the post-match kicks as goalkeeper Danijel Subasic save three of Denmark's efforts to set up a quarterfinal meeting with Russia on Saturday. It was Modric's sublime pass that put Ant
  • Transfer vehicle ownership online in Abu Dhabi from September 1

       July 1, 2018     
    Abu Dhabi: From September onwards, motorists will be able to transfer vehicle ownership online without having to visit an Abu Dhabi Police service centre, the Abu Dhabi Police announced in a statement sent on Saturday (June 30). Major General Maktoum Al Sharifi, director general at the Abu Dhabi Police and head of its government services development team, said that providing the service
  • Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi exit after failing to find World Cup spark again

       July 1, 2018     
    On the highest-scoring day of World Cup knockout football since 1970, two of the greatest players of all time failed to find the net. For Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo, their inability to make decisive impacts in their teams' last-16 matches means their tournaments - and perhaps their hopes of claiming the game's biggest prize - are over. Defeats for Argentina against Franc
  • These jobs in UAE pay up to Dh25,000

       June 30, 2018     
    Whether you are starting your career or are looking for a job change, the UAE is offering plenty of opportunities for aspirants. There are openings in various fields offering salary from Dh15,000 to Dh25,000 in Dubai. According to a recent survey, 2018 will see a surge in the demand for jobs in these fields within real estate, construction, professional services and healthcare i
  • Sanju movie review: Hardly a biopic

       June 30, 2018     
    Sanju is Bollywood's most controversial star Sanjay Dutt's journey. It traces his life from his debut film to his drug addiction days, him being labelled as a terrorist to finally getting his name cleared. And yes, they forgot the first daughter, Trishala, and his two other wives. The film had all the right ingredients - the winning combination of Vidhu Vinod Chopra, Raju Hirani and co-
  • Top 10 Job Interview Tips for Jobseekers

       June 28, 2018     
    When you have successfully mastered cover letters, resumes, and job applications and are receiving requests for interviews, it’s time to understand how to succeed in the job interview so that you are ever closer to your goal of obtaining one or more job offers. This article focuses on the 10 most important — the 10 best — job-interviewing tips for job-seekers. Best Jo
  • Rojo lifts Messi and Argentina as former champions advance to Round of 16

       June 27, 2018     
    Marcus Rojo's stunning finish four minutes from time kept Lionel Messi and Argentina's World Cup hopes alive to see off Nigeria 2-1 on Tuesday and set up a last 16 meeting with France. Messi's first goal of the tournament got the two-time winners off to a perfect start in Saint Petersburg, but Victor Moses's
  • Why Sheikh Mohammed promoted a customs officer in Dubai

       June 27, 2018     
    A customs officer was promoted by His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President, Prime Minister of UAE and Ruler of Dubai for his role in rescuing a family stranded at Hatta check-point. Dubai Media Office tweeted about the announcement saying the officer, Salem Abdullah Bin Nabhan Al Badwawi was promoted for his gesture in helping the Syrian family in need.
  • More than 120,000 women in Saudi Arabia apply for licence

       June 26, 2018     
    Manama: More than 190 women drove from both sides of the King Fahad Causeway, the 25-kilometre terrestrial link between Bahrain and Saudi Arabia. The figure, reported by Saudi TV channel Al Ekhbariya was recorded in 12 hours on Sunday, the day the ban on women driving in the Saudi kingdom was lifted. Although it has been used by millions of drivers, no woman has ever driven acro

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