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Gulf Today Report
Sharjah Directorate of Human Resources (SDHR) has announced on Wednesday that Oct.21, (Thursday), will be a public holiday for the departments, bodies and institutions of the Sharjah government, to mark the birthday of the Prophet Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him), adding that the official working hours will resume on Oct.24 (Sunday).
This comes with the exception of government agencies that work on the shift system. On this blessed occasion, the Sharjah Directorate of Human Resources congratulated the UAE leadership and the people of the UAE.
Earlier, the Federal Authority for Government Human Resources had announced that Oct.21, 2021, will be a public holiday for federal government employees to mark the birthday of the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH).
Separately, the Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation also announced that Oct.21, 2021, will be a paid holiday for all workers in private sector companies, establishments and facilities in the country on the occasion of the Prophet Muhammad’s birthday.
Spectacular fireworks in 25 different locations lit up not only the skies, but also the hearts of the people across the country.
According to the date, it is expected to have a long weekend in the last days of October.
The inhabitants celebrated the second day of Eid Al Adha in public parks, beaches and recreational places, amid manifestations of joy, ensuring however that they did not step out of line over health measures to tackle the coronavirus.
Surface parking spaces will be free of charge during the holiday starting Thursday (Oct.21 until 7:59 am on Saturday, Oct.23). Additionally, Mussafah Industrial area parking lot M18 will be free of charge during the official holiday.
While addressing the ceremony shown live on Pakistani TV channels, General Bajwa expressed his gratitude for representing the Queen, terming it a "unique honour and great privilege.”
Trump's lawyers announced that they would not oppose obtaining the search warrant for his Florida residence unsealed from the public, the Justice Department said in a court filing, indicating the opening could take place shortly.
The Integrated Transport Centre (ITC), affiliated to the Department of Municipalities and Transport - Abu Dhabi, announced the opening of several roads with new signalized intersections on Al Reem Island, starting Saturday, August 13, to serve the public and enhance traffic flow and safety on the roads.