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An 18-month-old toddler died after drowning in the bathtub of an apartment in the Al Majaz area of Sharjah.
The Nepalese boy was rushed to the Al Qassimi Hospital in Sharjah. He was pronounced dead on arrival.
The mother was giving the boy a bath. She left the boy in the tub for a while and went out of the restroom. Upon her return to the privy, she noticed the boy unconscious.
The parents took the boy to the Al Qassimi Hospital in Sharjah, but it was too late. According to preliminary investigation, boy suffered brain damage.
Officers from Buhairah Police Station are investigating the tragic incident. A file has been moved to the competent authorities.
Parents have been urged not to leave the small children alone in precarious conditions.
The UAE authorities have launched educational videos to inculcate parents to avoid such uncalled situations.
In the first week of November, a 21-year-old Indian student was found hanging from the ceiling fan of his Sharjah house.
The shocked family was completely unaware about the motive behind his drastic act.
One of the family members found him hanging from the ceiling fan when he entered his room.
No suicide note was found near the body.
Police and forensic teams were immediately called to the scene to transfer the body to the hospital.
An investigation has been launched to know the reasons behind the mysterious death suicide.
Sharjah Police prayed to Almighty Allah to rest his soul in peace, and grant his family patience and solace.
The Sharjah Police General Directorate urges members of the society to take proper precautions when using insecticides to prevent the dangers of their misuse that may lead to death; therefore, they call for the importance of investigating all the certified and licensed pest-control companies in the Emirate.
Preliminary investigation revealed that the driver who died was responsible for the incident. He hit the second car parked near the coast. Both the cars then fell into the lagoon.
Arab leaders also began to converge on the Saudi capital ahead of a summit with Xi, the leader of the world's number-two economy, who will hold separate talks with the six-member Gulf Cooperation Council before leaving on Friday.
This year, the Sharjah Events Festival will feature a wide variety of fun, entertainment and interactive activities, including musical shows, juggling games, balancing chairs, quick fashion shows, and the incredible skills of police dogs.
Sheikh Sultan Bin Ahmed toured the festival, starting with the pavilions of government entities, getting an insight into their various activities before heading to the pavilions of the Sharjah cities' municipalities, which offer several interactive and heritage activities.
The IPA President advised that emerging markets should be ready for these partnerships and collaborations and invest in their e-commerce capabilities as well as ensuring the necessary skills are there to facilitate their advancements.