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The tallest tower in the world, Changsa China, which is 838m tall, will be ready in China by March 2014.
The residents in the UAE can soon renew the ID Cards through mobile phones.
The smart e-gate system which got operational at Dubai International Airport Terminal 3 is now being expanded.
According to a new survey in UAE, expat packages are fading away with time.
More than 6000 medicines will get more affordable in Dubai from today, the Ministry of Health (MOH) has announced.
The 16th edition of Dubai Summer Surprises (DSS) will kick-start in Dubai on Friday, the 7th December, with shopping bargains in participating malls and entertainment for families during the month-long festival.
Dubai is likely to be ranked as the most competitive city in the MENA region towards the year 2025, when it is expected to improve ranking by six to become the 23rd most competitive city in the world, revealed the latest report from Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU).
Beginning October this year, the residents in Dubai can access all government services through their national ID, the Dubai eGovernment announced.
The US Embassy officials have announced that residents of UAE who apply for a tourist visa to the US can now look forward to a simplified application process, and have reduced waiting time.
A new plan has been proposed to slash speed limits along major highways in the emirate, the Traffic Police Head in Dubai, Maj Gen Mohammad Saif Al Zafeen said.
Dubai ranks seventh among the worlds top 10 travel hotspots and is well on its way to surpass New York in 2016 and Paris in 2017, according to latest MasterCard Global Destination Cities Index.
The Dubai Festival City mall has included eight new stores during first half of this year, as part of its current expansion plans.
Illegal residents who fail to pay their overstay fines can now participate in a system that allows them to pay their fines in monthly instalments, the concerned authorities revealed in Dubai.
The UAE today announced the launch of first mGovernment (Mobile Government) service in the Middle East, thereby joining the league of select nations worldwide, to offer government services to people through their mobile devices, round-the-clock.
It is now mandatory that residents in Dubai, who wish to sponsor family members, will have to submit their bank statements to the residency department.
The Dubai Metro has continued to grow in popularity, and continues to draw commuters day-by-day.
Calming down the tension among the UAE Skype users, the UAE Telecom Regulatory Authority (TRA), has denied reports that skype users in UAE could land up in prison for up to two years and be fined for a maximum of Dh.
Dubai Municipality, in a major drive to improve infrastructure in the city, has launched 10 major projects to be completed at various dates, over the next couple of years.
The latest regulation by the UAE Telecommunication Regulatory Authority (TRA) mandates licenses for downloading Skype in the UAE.
According to a mathematical formula created by Emporis, Dubai is the only city from the GCC nations to make it to the list of top 10 best skylines in the world.
Following the launch of the first phase of the foot flowerfest, spanning 721,000 square foot in Dubailand early this year, the Dubai Properties Group (DPG) has announced their plan to grow the world’s largest vertical garden, and one of the world’s largest butterfly gardens as part of the second phase of the project.
The Oscar Cinemas have opened its nine-screen complex at the second biggest shopping facility, Al Wahda Mall, in Abu Dhabi.
Abu Dhabi is moving ahead with its railway developments, with the first phase of expansive national project likely to be completed this year.
The International Expo Consults (IEC), a division of multi-faceted business conglomerate in the UAE, Falak Holding, has stated that exhibitors at this years Dubai Entertainment Amusement and Leisure (DEAL) show have signed contracts worth several million dollars, and the show has grown by 19 percent in comparison to the previous year.