Fireworks explode from the Burj Khalifa during New Year's Eve celebrations in Dubai. Reuters
Syed Shayaan Bakht, Staff Reporter
Sheikh Hamdan Bin Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai and Chairman of the Executive Council of Dubai, shared a touching video that summed up the year 2020, which was ravaged by the coronavirus pandemic.
The video compared the health workers to superheroes who wore uniforms instead of capes.
The video showed the deserted streets of Dubai, which is usually bustling with traffic and entertaining activities.
The pandemic made the city come to a grinding halt. Markets, tourist attractions, and businesses were shut, and everything stopped moving.
Sheikh Hamdan said “But with a great leadership and determination from its people… We stood strong. And today, we welcome you… we greet you… We host you… We are open… Welcome 2021.”
The mesmerising video captures one’s attention with Dubai once again welcoming tourists and hosting events.
The most vibrant city in the world reverted back to life with the strength and unity it.
There is something about the UAE and Dubai in particular that appeals to a huge number of people around.
Whether it is its amazing creature comforts, relaxed lifestyle, superb mod cons or its industrial-strength safety and security – or all of this combined – the fact is that it has immense magnetic appeal for all.
Nevertheless, the city of Dubai remains the most preferred destination for any traveller and adventurer. The city always lives up to the expectation of everyone. It has a place for all.
The bursting ambience of the emirate engulfs over 200 nationalities. The city appreciates and celebrates each and every culture.
The Emiratis are hospitable and embrace all cultures.
The expats call the city their second home.
“The Valet Parking protocols, specifically the one covering the seats and steering wheel with plastic, shall be removed.”
The Ministry of Health and Prevention (MoHaP) has revealed that it is providing free COVID-19 vaccine for Emiratis and expatriates in 84 government and private hospitals and centres.
In a ghastly incident in Pakistan's Faisalabad city, a medical student was tortured, humiliated and sexually harassed for refusing to marry an older man (influential businessman), who is also the father of her friend, media reports said on Wednesday.
The airlines’ crews will distribute the customs’ declaration forms during the flights among all passengers, irrespective of their nationality. The declaration forms will be deposited at the customs` counters before the immigration desks at all airports.
With the theme “Recover Faster, Rise Stronger”, Indonesians across the globe at approximately 288 million, commemorated on Wednesday, August 17, their 77th Freedom Day from The Netherlands.
An Arab child drowned in a bathtub in his family’s house, after being left unattended. This was reported last Tuesday, when the Operations Room of the Sharjah Police received a report stating that a two-and-a-half-year-old Arab child drowned in a bathtub in his family’s house.