The UAE leadership has given a whole new dimension to charitable work through a sustained strategy to support the humanity across the globe.
It’s Dec.2 and the glorious country’s 48th National Day has immersed the entire population in joy. Peace and prosperity are people’s ultimate dreams anywhere in the world
DALIAN: The UAE Government took part in 12 key sessions of the World Economic Forum (WEF) held in Dalian, China, in the presence of more than 1,900 government officials, entrepreneurs and researchers from more than 100 countries. The Forum, held under the title ‘Leadership 4.0: Succeeding in a New Era
DUBAI: Aramex announced its financial results for the second quarter and the first half ended 30th June 2019. The company’s Q2 2019 revenues grew by four per cent to Dhs1,279 million, compared to Dhs1,232 million in Q2 2018. Revenues would have grown by seven percent excluding the impact from currency
Abu Dhabi: A delegation from the Abu Dhabi Department of Energy (DoE), headed by Chairman Engineer Awaidha Al Marar, is visiting Japan this week to share the Emirate’s experience in developing the energy sector and to exchange expertise with Japanese energy ministries and organisations. During the visit, the DoE delegation will place
“We only have one home, one shelter - Earth,” said Dr. Abdullah Al Nuaimi, Minister of Climate Change and Environment. “Therefore, we all need to scale up our efforts and expedite global environmental and climate action
A break in the growth pattern of countries is a function of industrial revolutions aided by new technologies. Industrial Revolutions (IR) 1.0 and 2.0 were based on manufacturing technologies, while IR 3.0 was a communication revolution.
The Republican Party has a problem with political violence: It’s not sure whether it’s for it or against it. In the first days after a mob loyal to former President Donald Trump stormed the Capitol on Jan. 6 to try to block Congress from certifying
Nothing could better illustrate the Great Class Inversion in British politics than a book to be published next month by David Skelton, called The New Snobbery. Skelton is a Conservative polemicist from Consett, County Durham, who used