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Sohaila Ahmed, Staff Reporter
An Asian gang of five men was sentenced to 6 months imprisonment, followed by deportation for stealing boxes of spices from a warehouse in Dubai.
A fine of Dhs56,000 was also imposed on the gang.
The robbery dates back to last October, when an employee discovered that the warehouse was broken into and 49 boxes of spices were missing.
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Surveillance cameras revealed that the identity of five gang members who had stolen the boxes and transposed them through a mini van.
Three of the defendants were arrested, while the other two are still on the run.
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A gang of three Asians was imprisoned and referred to criminal court on robbery charges for stealing electric cables worth Dhs122,000, from a Dubai construction company.
Official records indicate that the victim was coming out of an exchange after withdrawing the money when he was suddenly attacked by two of the defendants.
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The multi-millionaire ex-Chancellor and his wife Akshata Murty were last year granted planning permission to build a swimming pool, gym and an adjoining tennis court on farmland at the manor house.
Asad Kaleem, an executive producer at ARY, said that the action means that 4,000 employees at the TV are now without work. He pleaded with the government to reverse its decision and bring the hugely popular ARY back on air.