An Indian expat with the ticket number 206975 has won Dhs30 million in one of Abu Dhabi Big Ticket’s biggest ever raffle draws on Saturday.
It warned of building collapse, falling debris, internet jamming, lack of electricity and food and water, exposure to freezing temperature, as well as lack of transportation, and coming face-to-face with armed fighters and military personnel.
Authorities in the UAE have issued fresh guidelines for residents travelling from India to Abu Dhabi. The authorities said that 12 days quarantine is must for Indians arriving in Abu Dhabi provided they meet all the other travel guidelines.
Mrs Pillay’s husband, Mahesh, bought the winning ticket under her name and split the ticket cost with his 10 Indian, 1 Lebanese and 1 Filipino colleagues from Rais Hassan Saadi, a shipping and freight company in Dubai.
Local media reported, quoting the Kuwait Police that they had received a report from a Kuwaiti, stating that his 39-year-old Indian maid killed her newborn as soon as he was born.
Leak from a gas heater which was reportedly on inside the room while the windows and doors were closed is beleived to be the cause of tragedy. However, there is no official confirmation.
Swati Mohan, who also participated in several key NASA missions like the Cassini and GRAIL had immigrated to the US from India when she was just age one and was inspired by 'Star Trek' series at age 9.
After "Circus" and "Fauji", Doordarshan is bringing back "Doosra Keval", yet another serial featuring Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan in his early days as an actor.
The 3rd grader at Global Indian International School – originally from India and a resident of Abu Dhabi – now wants to become a scientist. And with the UAE making strides in the space domain, Haque’s dream is as ambitious as the country’s itself.