More abra services between both sides of Dubai Creek, well-ventilated pedestrian ways inside the historical district and an art tour linking art galleries are also in the works.
Dubai: Old Dubai will return to its glory in three years, with a major renovation project for the Historical District getting clearance on Tuesday. His Highness Shaikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-... Read More
In this age of rapid change, those who lag behind become irrelevant — in a heartbeat. Countries whose governments grow old face the same fate as outdated companies.
Companies, like people, grow old. They start life small and eager to survive, fueled by youthful energy and fresh ideas. They compete, expand, mature, and eventually, with few exceptions, fade into obscurity. The same is true of... Read More
A return to the Islamic golden age of astronomy …
A Dh40 million observatory centre has been approved for Mushrif Park in Mirdif, with work expected to start next month.
Hopes are high for Al Thuraya Astronomy Centre to become a regional focal point for astronomy. It is being funded by Dubai Municipality and will be handed over to Dubai Astronomy Group to manage and operate.
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Flag-carrier posts 23-percent rise in number of passengers
Abu Dhabi: Etihad Airway carried “almost” 14.8 million passengers in 2014, a 23 percent rise on the previous year, the airline said in a statement on Monday.
The airlines equity strategy, where it has bought stakes in a number of airlines from Australia to Ireland, added 3.5 million passengers onto Etihad flights... Read More
Country a safe and attractive destination for businesses, trade, says Mohammed
Abu Dhabi — The UAE Cabinet on Sunday endorsed the requirements to implement the Trade Facilitation Agreement (TFA) of the World Trade Organisation (WTO).
The TFA aims to facilitate cross-border trade by simplifying administrative and documentation requirements, as required by the government, on import and... Read More
Abu Dhabi, January 29, 2015: Louvre Abu Dhabi: Talking Art Series returned for 2015 on Wednesday with a discussion on Miniature Paintings and Film led by the world-renowned filmmaker James Ivory, at Manarat Al Saadiyat. Following a lecture about his outstanding collection of 98 Indian miniatures that has been acquired by Louvre Abu Dhabi, James Ivory treated the audience to an... Read More
The Museum of Future Government Services includes an exhibition on new technologies that can provide future government services as well as applications that will shape a new generation of future services.
Dubai – The Organising Committee of the Government Summit has announced that as many as 87 countries will be participating this year in the biggest event of its kind in... Read More
The medical tourism packages, both in-bound packages for residents and out-bound packages for tourists are available for certain medical services and more services will be added shortly.
Dubai: Medical tourism insurance packages may soon be available for patients travelling to Dubai for medical treatment, said a top health official on Tuesday.
Essa Al Maidoor, Director-General of the Dubai Health Authority (DHA) said the authority is studying this initiative and may introduce... Read More
UAE’s total value of trade in information technology products, covered by ITA, stood at Dh29.6 billion in 2013
Abu Dhabi: Building an economy based on knowledge, innovation and creativity, investment in science, technology and research is a top priority of the UAE, and is in line with the federal government’s ambitious Vision 2021 and its strategy for sustainable economic... Read More
Dubai World Central’s (DWC) Aviation District has announced the development of new aerospace supply chain facilities.
Located at the DWC Aviation District, the development will include three facilities spread across an area of 45,000 square meters. Estimated to cost Dh120 million, the project will feature a multi-purpose building for tenants that are a part of the... Read More