news1 UAE ranks in top 10 destinations for Ramadan among Muslims
The UAE has emerged among the top 10 travel destinations during Ramadan among Muslim travellers this year, according to a new study. The UAE ranked eighth in the list topped by Malaysia, Indonesia and Singapore, according to the first Ramadan Travel Report released by MasterCard and Singapore-based halal tourism online platform CrescentRating. The...
Posted On: 17/6/2016
news2 UAE-Based Indian Firms To Invest USD 3.6 Billion In UP
DUBAI: Five leading Indian-owned businesses in the UAE will invest over USD 3.68 billion in infrastructure and industrial development initiatives in Uttar Pradesh after an MoU was signed in this regard during an investment forum held in Dubai....
Posted On: 10/5/2016
news3 AB opens second outlet in Dubai
India's restaurant chain Absolute Barbecues, known as AB's, has opened its second outlet in Dubai and its top executives said six more restaurants will be opened in major Gulf cities in the next three years....
Posted On: 05/5/2016
news4 98 iftars in Dubai this Ramadan
Restaurants and hotels across Dubai will offer lavish family feasts when the sun goes down during Ramadan. These gatherings are known as 'iftar', literally translated as 'to break the fast'....
Posted On: 08/6/2016
news5 Ramadan night market in Dubai from June 23
Dubai's famous 10-day Ramadan Night Market is all set to open on June 23 at Dubai World Trade Centre. The event - which will run until July 2 - will be open from 8pm to 2am, and will include a variety of products and brands from around the region, as well as food, entertainment and lucky draws....
Posted On: 13/6/2016
news6 Indian passports to be processed in eight days
Dubai: Indian missions in the UAE are cutting down passport processing time to eight working days, officials said on Sunday....
Posted On: 10/5/2016
INDIAN PREMIER LEAGUE 2016
St. John's: India will begin a seven-week tour of the West Indies starting on July 6 with four Tests and two practice matches, the cricket boards of both countries confirmed on Thursday.....

Posted On: 08/06/2016
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Police in India are guilty of widespread human rights violations, including beatings, torture and illegal killings, a new report alleges.

The US-based group Human Rights Watch says India’s policing system facilitates and even encourages abuses. It says there has been little change in attitudes, training or equipment since the police was formed in colonial times with the aim to control the population.

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