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The Tragedy King is no more. Long Live the Tragedy

As the legendary actor breathed his last, one can only recall the massive impact he has left on the world and to a (now) lost era of culture, purity of language and thoughts. Especially my parent’s generation (born in 1940-1950’s), the thespian had deservedly attained a demi-god status. Being brought up listening to anecdotes of […]...Read More


Dubai Sustainable Tourism (DST) part of Dubai’s Department of Tourism and Commerce Marketing (Dubai Tourism)  to further Dubai’s position as one of the world’s leading sustainable tourism destinations, launches ‘Get into the Green Scene’. The initiative is aimed at Dubai residents and visitors to raise awareness of the city’s sustainable attractions and highlight the ease […]...Read More

Looking to Study Medicine Overseas?

If you are an aspiring medical student seeking to study medicine overseas, here are 5 factors should keep in mind. Prospective UAE medical students looking to study medicine abroad have a raft of international options available. To help pupils with this critical career decision, Bob Ryan, Dean of Admissions at St. George’s University, Grenada, offers […]...Read More

Aliens hunting furniture at IKEA?

While the world is still debating on the existence of aliens, some are getting ready to welcome them to earth in their own unique way. IKEA UAE has posted a brilliant creative campaign on their Instagram page that welcomes aliens as their customers. Their creative agency has designed a typical IKEA furniture-assembly manual that illustrates […]...Read More

SHERNI: Caged in the system

Sherni (Tigress) is a beautifully made movie indicating that wars are not won only by rebelling against the system. Instead, some battles are to be fought by being in the system and bring about the desired change with sustained efforts. Amit Marsurkar, who had done an excellent job in his second directorial venture, “Newton”, now […]...Read More

UAE a global center of addressing climate challenges

Over the past years, the UAE has become an international centre for countries wishing to discuss climate change and environmental issues, as it continues to host a wide variety of leading international conferences, exhibitions and meetings that deal with topics related to a global issue that is expected to significantly impact our future. Dr. Abdullah […]...Read More

New(s) chapter of UAE-Israel friendship

The Emirates News Agency (WAM) has launched a new news service in Hebrew. With the launch of the service, WAM now offers news services in 19 languages for millions of people around the world. The new service will provide comprehensive media content in Hebrew, including news and written and audio-visual reports on the agency’s official […]...Read More

Freeze Texas: In Videos and Pictures

Water and heat failure persists in extremely cold conditions in Texas. Millions of Texans are surviving without electricity or water this week. Peoples are looking for cell services on overloaded towers, and after water pipes burst and gas leaks into their homes. Officials said that power outages and pipeline ruptures continued to disrupt water supplies […]...Read More

UAE announces 3,977 new COVID-19 cases, 4,075 recoveries, 12 deaths

3rd February 2021 – The Ministry of Health and Prevention (MoHAP) announced that it conducted 173,952 additional COVID-19 tests over the past 24 hours, using state-of-the-art medical testing equipment. ‌‏In a statement on Wednesday, the Ministry stressed its aim to continue expanding the scope of testing nationwide to facilitate the early detection of coronavirus cases […]...Read More