"It’s the resilient set of legislation that’s enabled our nation to establish a coherent society."
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,
Truly, the UAE looks after its citizens with an intensity rarely seen in other countries. It has considerably raised the bar for the welfare and wellbeing of its people.
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
The military rulers of Myanmar which had overthrown the elected government of Aung San Suu Kyi’s National League for Democracy in 2021 have now dissolved the NLD and other opposition parties that had refused to register their parties according to the new rules. The NLD and other parties argue that to fall in line
COVID-19 was already spreading widely around the world in February and early March of 2020 — well before many Americans had gotten the message that the disease was something to take seriously. Now, the New York Times has reported that staffers at the disease intelligence service at the Centers for Disease
The trial currently opposing Gwyneth Paltrow and a retired optometrist called Terry Sanderson should not be interesting. It’s a civil trial over an alleged ski collision. Sanderson filed it in 2019, claiming Paltrow skied into him, knocking him out and leaving him with multiple injuries, at an upscale Utah resort in 2016.
With the collapse of several banks in the last few weeks, many fear that their deposits aren’t safe and another financial crisis is looming. Worse, the fight in Washington over raising the debt ceiling threatens to strain the system still more. These two issues may seem worlds apart, but both flow from the same