The UAE has progressed tremendously well as a welfare state.
Come December and the glamorous city of gold filled with alluring skyscrapers set on the hustle and bustle is almost decked up to commemorate the most important occasion in the calendar of Dubai. Schools, attractive Shopping malls,
We're ushering in the next 50 years with a comprehensive, well-thought-out strategic vision. This was stated by UAE President His Highness Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan. He said that the UAE’s Founding Fathers embraced sustainable
Where there was thirst, sweet water was flowing; where there was painful paucity, delicious dishes became a regular fare; where there were unimpressive houses, picture postcard dwellings were blissfully mushrooming; where there were
Humza Yousaf winning the leadership stakes of Scotland National Party (SNP), and consequently the First Minister of Scotland, has much to commend. There are the obvious ones. He is the first coloured person as well as South Asian to head the SNP and to head Scotland with devolved status, a separate parliament
Humza Yousaf, the first Muslim leader of a major UK political party, faces an uphill battle to revive scotland’s drive for independence following the long tenure of his close ally Nicola Sturgeon. The new and youngest Scottish National Party (SNP) leader, 37, says his own experience as an ethnic minority means he will
The very best satire has a remarkable knack for changing absolutely nothing. Harry and Meghan were made to look so perfectly absurd by South Park’s “Worldwide Privacy Tour” episode that the California-based campaigners have evidently concluded that they have been left with little choice but to carry on
The Illinois Supreme Court recently issued a ruling that exposes the White Castle burger chain to as much as $17 billion in liability because it didn’t get explicit permission from employees to use biometric controls on its time clocks and computers. But don’t blame the courts for the burger joint’s legal costs.