A video grap shows the lightning strike on Burj Khalifa.
Sheikh Hamdan Bin Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai, published breathtaking videos of the weather in Dubai on Saturday on his Instagram stories.
Sheikh Hamdan’s video shows a sudden burst of lightning which appears to be striking the peak of Burj Khalifa
One of the videos shared show the Burj Khalifa in a timelapse with the clouds, while another one shows his Mercedes parked in the rain
Sheikh Hamdan is an avid nature lover. He often shares his social activities on Instagram.
The weather in the UAE over the past couple of days has been unstable. Several roads were closed due to flash floods. Motorists were urged to exercise caution.
Chan said he is impressed with the high quality of the filming infrastructure in Dubai and the support he has received for shooting his new movie.
Mohammed also praised New Zealand’s communities for their solidarity with their Muslim neighbours against the hate crime.
At least three people died on Friday as Cyclone Fani, the biggest in years, slammed into eastern India
The authorities have urged residents to follow official guidelines when it comes to the number of customer and ages allowed.
Around 200 homeless Pakistanis stranded for weeks in Dubai will be repatriated through a special flight to Pakistan as announced by the Ministry of Overseas Pakistanis and Human Resource Development on Saturday.
Canadian University Dubai (CUD) made history as it became the first university in the world to display images of its graduating class on the world’s tallest building, the Burj Khalifa. The ceremony was the leading Dubai-based university’s 10th graduation event, and recognised its class of 2020 by illuminating one of the most iconic buildings in the world with the faces of this year’s graduates.
The eLearning environment can be a very soiled place for learning, kids sitting at home in front of their computers, connecting to their courses and learning one subject at a time. For some schools, this has been the mode. However, the cross-curricular aspect of the International Baccalaureate (IB) programme has students at IB schools connecting their eLearning across disciplines, making learning at home more engaging, exciting and tangible.