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A UAE businessman has sued a local bank demanding Dhs60 million in compensation for financial loss and the psychological stress he has incurred due to bank's negligence.
According to the Emirati he issued a cheque of Dhs10 million for the payment of a plot of land but the bank failed to honour the cheque.
The bank allegedly claim the signature on the cheque does not match the one on the account in the bank's system.
The seller of the land filed a criminal case against the buyer for paying him with a dud cheque.
The case was dismissed by the court because investigations carried out revealed the signature on the cheque matched the one in the account.The Abu Dhabi Civil Court of First Instance and the Appeal Court ordered the bank to pay the man Dhs500,000 for losses and damages.
A resident of the UAE has been fined Dh10,000 for posting a picture of another person on social media without the person's consent.
Two shoplifters who entered a supermarket and started shoving items inside their pockets were on Sunday sent to spend six months in prison to be followed by deportation.
Seven students that were involved in the viral bullying video have been reffered to court by Kalba's Public Prosecution.
The Ministry said a 62-year old Asian expat and a 78-year old GCC national who tested positive for COVID-19 died due to complications related to chronic diseases. This brings death toll to eight.
"Considering the problems of overseas Pakistanis it has been decided that the first flight would land at Islamabad International Airport on April 4. All passengers will be sent in quarantine and tested for COVID-19. Those tested negative will be sent home through special arrangement of transport," Asad Umar said.
The announcement comes amid uncertainty over the Hajj which is due to take place at the end of July, after authorities this week urged Muslims to temporarily defer preparations for the annual pilgrimage.