Construction workers descend using temporary stairs on a major construction site in central Sydney. Reuters
In the crucial Australian state of Queensland, Arthur Plate says he will turn his back on mainstream politics when he steps into the ballot box later this month. Instead, the retired miner will pick between a pair of right-wing populists.
Donald Trump called his supporters the “silent majority” and the “forgotten man and woman” in the 2016 campaign. Hillary Clinton called them “deplorables.” Talking heads and commentators, lacking any sense of reality or civility, use words like “racist,” “bigots,” “idiots,” “homophobes,” “misogynists” and the like to describe
Long blue fingers of water reach into the metropolis, creating peaceful mini-harbors cluttered with sailing ships. Yellow ferries and gleaming yachts crisscross the harbor, surrounded by a city of cliffs...
The world may be seriously underestimating the amount of plastic waste along its coastlines, researchers said Thursday as they unveiled findings showing hundreds of millions of plastic fragments on a remote Indian Ocean archipelago.
Indian economy is likely to swell to $5 trillion mark ahead of its target of 2024 despite huge challenges and global trends. This was stated by T.N. Manoharan, non-executive chairman of India’s Canara Bank recently in Dubai,
In 2018, the UAE occupied the first and second positions internationally in 47 competitiveness indexes covering around 13 development sectors, reflecting its efforts to achieve comprehensive development and the UAE 2021 Vision.
Dubai Land Department (DLD) signed memorandums of understanding (MoU) with Ras Al Khaimah International Corporate Centre (RAKICC) and with Ras Al Khaimah Economic Zone (RAKEZ)