Dhi Yazan bin Haitham to decorate the throne of Oman’s first Crown Prince

The first Crown Prince of the Sultanate of Oman is declared to be Dhi Yazan bin Haitham, as per the new role created on Monday with the creation of a new basic law. The legislation establishes

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Can UAE employers compel their staff to take Covid inoculation?

While UAE is swiftly going through the process of Covid vaccination, the authority clarifies that taking the vaccination is not compulsory, as of now. But there arise situations where the

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Why the digital world rushes to install ‘Signal’ in rival to WhatsApp?

With two billion users over the globe, WhatsApp, owned by Facebook, is the most common texting app at present. The provisions for voice and video call in many countries and also payment option

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Another glittering example of generosity: This bakery in Abu Dhabi offers free food to needy

People becomes legends not with their money or power, but the humanitarian values they hold. A bakery in Abu Dhabi has been giving out free bread and pastries to residents struggling to make ends

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Abu Dhabi updates its ‘green list’ for travel: Know which places are new

The last one year saw unprecedented regulations and updates on international travel. A micro organism was responsible for all these restrictions and utmost care was taken to curb the spread.

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Cinema Akil to host the seventh Reel Palestine Film Festival

After several months of dullness in the field of arts and culture due to the pandemic, Cinema Akil in Dubai opens its curtains to host the seventh Reel Palestine Film Festival from January 22nd.

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Lie luxurious on the banks of the river Nile; St Regis Cairo is open for tourists

Luxury defines its elegance on the banks of the great river Nile. The 39-storeyed luxury hotel St Regis Cairo has opened on the banks of Egypt’s River Nile. The hotel is located on the

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Get reforming yoga sessions under Louvre Abu Dhabi’s magnificent dome

Yoga has evolved as a health promising activity, rather than a spiritual ritual, these days. Getting a relaxed atmosphere is something that is very necessary for performing yoga. In Abu Dhabi one

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Packing your bags to Oman? Know these rules and get, set, go!

The Sultanate of Oman has opened its borders which was closed in December for the second time in lieu of the spread of the mutated strain of corona virus. The country has since reopened for GCC

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What’s creating so much fuss around WhatsApp’s new privacy policy?

There might be hardly a day in our life, without loading WhatsApp at least once in our device. In that concern, for such an app, which has millions of users over the globe, changing the privacy

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‘Suicidal denial’: Pope Francis condemns the anti-vaccine protestors

While many people protest against the Covid vaccination, the Pope Francis, has urged people to be vaccinated against Covid-19. He himself would be inoculated against the virus next week when the

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Is construction noise annoying you in Dubai? Here’s how you can complain

Are you irritated by the noise of any construction works going around your residence? It’s no time to curse your bad luck on anticipating a quite room to relax after your day’s hard work. You can

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Being a Vegetarian or a Flexitarian – which one suits your health?

Many people might have taken a new year resolution of becoming a vegetarian, this year or previous years. There are, estimated to be 78 million such vegans, who are marking their ‘Veganuary’ this

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Amazing facts about the new Etihad Rail network

UAE is currently undertaking many mega projects. The Etihad rail network is one among these big ones. Works on the 1,000km east coast line from Ghuweifat to Fujairah is well underway, with

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