news1 AgustaWestland choppers case: Dubai court upholds the order to send Christian Michel to India
A top Dubai court Monday upheld a lower court's order to consider the possibility of extraditing British national and alleged middleman Christian Michel, who is wanted by Indian investigative agencies in the Rs 3,600 crore AgustaWestland VVIP choppers deal case, according to media reports....
Posted On: 20/11/2018
news2 Indians taking up UAE jobs must register online
All Indians travelling to the UAE for employment have to register online at the government's e-Migrate portal, or else will be offloaded....
Posted On: 20/11/2018
news3 Cause of Indian girl Aliya's death in Dubai under investigation, father says
Dubai: The cause of the death 17-year-old Aliya Niyaz Ali is under investigation, said her father Niyaz Ali. The unfortunate death of the grade 12 Indian student due to suspected flu complications on Tuesday sent shockwaves through the community....
Posted On: 16/11/2018
news4 Dubai turned cupid for Indian-born Ehtesham and Pakistan-born Amna
As the border was built barbed wire by barbed wire in 1947, so have hostilities in India and Pakistan. It's become an inherent element, the lack of trust fortified by ignorance and grounded by the shared grief of a combined bloody legacy....
Posted On: 15/11/2018
news5 Dubai student, 17, dies of flu-related complications
Dubai: A 17-year-old student of a Dubai school died after flu-related complications at a hospital on Tuesday night, school sources told Gulf News....
Posted On: 14/11/2018
news6 Indian visitors will add 10.8 million hotel room nights to GCC by 2022
The number of Indian visitors travelling to the GCC over the coming five years will create an extra 10.8 million room nights, according to data published ahead of Arabian Travel Market 2019 (ATM), which takes place at Dubai World Trade Centre from April 28 to May 1, 2019....
Posted On: 13/11/2018
FIFA World Cup 2018
Truly, madly, deeply. We will miss this World Cup like no other. The day after Bastille Day France are champions and deservedly so. But only after the most remarkable, crazy and controversial encounter against a courageous Croatia in which there was a VAR storm, and an actual storm in the skies abov....

Posted On: 16/07/2018
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Is this the only thing our policemen know?
Police in India are guilty of widespread human rights violations, including beatings, torture and illegal killings, a new report alleges.

The US-based group Human Rights Watch says India’s policing system facilitates and even encourages abuses. It says there has been little change in attitudes, training or equipment since the police was formed in colonial times with the aim to control the population.

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