The other day my friend in England sent me a lovely video of her taking a walk in a local park. I then sent her pictures of old Dubai that I thought she would like to see. The photos took ages to go and for a minute I thought it might have had
The humble Victorian pier is undergoing a radical transformation, thanks to passionate volunteers who are forming community hubs and rethinking how we use piers to relax and entertain.
Before I went to bed for a good night’s doze, my wife and I spent a few minutes praying to the Almighty for all that he has done in the past and what he is doing to keep us moving. One thing we don’t hope to mention is the life that he has given us despite the hurdles and challenges. I take a sigh when I jot this down.
According to the latest report by the UN agency titled, 'Global Estimates of Modern Slavery', 28 million of these people were in forced labour and 22 million were trapped in forced marriage.
Resentment is like drinking poison and expecting the other person to die. I don’t know who first said that, but they’re right. They’re also full of it. According to this mantra — which often substitutes “unforgiveness” for the word resentment
Despite the ominous, overwhelming presence of the coronavirus the world over, millions of people from various religions visit the UAE to spend their holidays. This is because the country lays a lot of emphasis on communal harmony,
When someone you know, or even don’t know, tells you something, how convinced are you that they are being genuine? I don’t mean truthful. I mean genuine, which is not really the same thing. I think that someone can be truthful with or without being genuine because, I believe, that being genuine is more of an
When I was 12, playing Risk, “the game of world conquest,” my father and opponent, Herb Cohen, who’d recently published his bestselling book “You Can Negotiate Anything,” taught me a lesson about deal-making I’ve never forgotten. My troops were clustered in Ukraine and southern Europe. Surrounded
Khasawneh expected the first phase of the project, which includes the planning, to be concluded by early 2025, and infrastructure building, which is part of the project's second phase, would start in the same year.
“We need our factories to reopen because we need to run our families,” said a garment worker. “Hunger doesn’t wait,” she added on television. Statements like these will keep worrying us, and always, if we don’t consider ways to deal with the galloping population in the developing world. It is a part of the world where water, food,