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The Dubai Miracle Garden will open doors to public today, with more than 45 million flowers on display.
The tallest commercial tower in Dubai has been named Burj 2020, in honour of Dubai Expo 2020 win.
Dubai has finally won the right to host the World Expo 2020 after the exciting night of voting in Paris, France.
The Jebel Ali Free Zone (Jafza) has announced completion of phase one of its JafzaOne Convention Centre Complex.
The latest behavioural guide issued to tourists in different languages, circulated by the UAE police, emphasizes that identification card should be carried by the tourists at all times and that they should be able to produce it to security officers upon request.
The UAE government offices will remain closed from November 29th to 2nd December, it has been announced.
The Federal National Council (FNC) has approved the demand for early retirement of Emirati women after 15 years of service, irrespective of their age, at the time of retirement.
Dubai Frame, a new iconic project, hoped to be the next landmark in Dubai, is aimed at drawing about two million annual visitors from across the globe, a senior municipal official revealed in Dubai.
The Gitex Shopper 2013, which concluded last month, was one of the biggest and most influential consumer electronics shows in the region, considering the visitor numbers and sales generated.
The family-friendly Dubai Air Show 2013 was unveiled yesterday by the UAE Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai, HH Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum at the Al Maktoum International Airport in Dubai World Central.
Emaar Properties, leading Dubai-based developer together with telecom operator du, has announced extension of Wi-Fi connectivity to all visitors to Downtown Dubai along the Mohammed bin Rashid Boulevard.
According to a new visa waiver scheme to be launched by the British Home Office early next year, it will be cheaper for business travellers and tourists to visit the UK from UAE, Oman, Kuwait and Qatar, as revealed by the British Embassy in Abu Dhabi.
Expatriates can sponsor their parents on residence visas in the UAE, only if they earn a salary of minimum of Dh 20,000 according to a new rule.
For the first time in UAE, students here will be issued international student identification cards, which would be recognized in 129 countries.
Most environment-friendly hotel in Dubai opened yesterday, complete with a hanging garden.
The immigration department in Dubai, together with Du has signed a deal during the recent Gitex Technology 2013, to develop a smart app, which enables customers to get a token for queue online sitting at their home.
The Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC), which forms part of new master plan on Sheikh Zayed Road in Dubai, is set to get another 100-storey plus skyscraper, reveal media reports.
The International Coffee and Tea Festival which is the only dedicated trade event for the coffee and tea industry in the Arab world, opened doors at the Meydan IMAX Gallery in Dubai yesterday.
The Dubai Motor Festival will commence tomorrow at the Dubai World Trade Centre, under the patronage of Shaikh Hamdan bin Mohammad bin Rashid Al Maktoum, the Crown Prince of Dubai.
The Emirates Identity Authority (EIDA) has totally discontinued its old e-form (starting with 8001) for National Identity Cards.
UAE has been ranked as one of the best countries in the world for foreigners, given, the increased job prospects, better salaries and economy, as revealed by the latest HSBC Expat Explorer survey.
New property mortgage lending rules have been issued by the UAE Central Bank for various categories of buyers.
The UAE Cabinet has announced that the Al Hijri New Year holiday for public and private sectors will be on Sunday, the 3rd November.
The much-awaited second airport, namely, the Al Maktoum International (Dubai World Central - DWC) finally opened to passengers on Sunday, the 27th October, four years behind schedule.