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The new Smart e-Gate System, installed across the immigration entry and exit points at Dubai International, is easy, quick and efficient, said a senior official of Dubai Residency Department.
Dubai International Airport will grow to be the third busiest international airport by 2020, according to BAA Airports, the operator of six British Airports.
The Crown Prince and Deputy Ruler of Sharjah, Shaikh Sultan bin Mohammed bin Sultan Al Qasimi, unveiled the Sharjah Heritage Museum on Tuesday, amidst presence of several government dignitaries, senior officials and Directors of Government department and authorities and media representatives.
The University of Dubai (UD) has unveiled plans to expand its campus in Dubai International Academic City, as part of its expansion plans.
The Princess Tower, standing tall at 414 meters from base to tip, along the Dubai Marina Skyline, developed by Tameer, has been officially recognized as the Tallest Residential Building in the world, by the Guinness World Records.
The Dubai Roads & Transport Authority (RTA) has awarded two contracts for construction of internal roads at Al Qusais 3 and Al Quoz 4 worth Dh38mn.
A new theme park in the City of Arabia in Dubai, developed by Ilyas and Mustafa Galadari Group (IMG), has won financial support of two major banks.
The most dynamic airport show will be unveiled at Sheikh Saeed Hall (Halls 1, 2 and 3) of Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre (DICEC).
The Emirates ID Authority (EIDA) agreed that it aims to finalize the registration of 95 percent of population in the country by end of the year.
The GDP in Dubai will grow by around 4 to 5 percent this year, fuelled by strong performance of trade and non-hydrocarbon sectors, an official in declared in Dubai last week.
The medical tourism worldwide will grow into a $100bn industry this year, with UAE having the potential to gain a considerable share of it due to excellent infrastructure, standard quality healthcare and competitive pricing, said a senior official at RAK hospital.
Work on the Business Bay Canal in Dubai is under progress, which, on completion, will be connected to the sea, with the whole project taking two years for completion.
The new e-gateway system, to be implemented next year at the Hatta crossing (Oman-UAE border), will make the immigration process faster and easier at the UAE-Oman border.
The Emirates Identity Authority (EIDA) has urged Dubai residents to renew their cards by May-end.
Majority of Arab Youth are looking up to the UAE, as a model for growth and prosperity, and are optimistic about their future in their own countries, revealed latest Arab Youth Survey.
Drydocks World, an international firm in the field of ship repair, has signed a major deal with BIG InvestConsult, a leading Swiss firm, to develop undersea hotels across the region.
A Dh600mn project, aimed at connecting the Dubai Bypass road to Ras Al Khaimah Bypass, is likely to be ready by early 2014.
According to Dubai-based Jumeirah Group, a luxury hotel operator and subsidiary of Dubai Holding, the beach-front resorts recorded an occupancy rate of 84.
Dubai is moving into complete recovery, and is expected to bring about real growth in UAE economy by 2013, revealed the latest Western study.
Dubai Airports has launched integrated Information Zones in three terminals of Dubai International Airport, as a replacement of traditional information desks, thereby enabling passengers to navigate their way around the airport.
The Abu Dhabi Municipality has announced that Sowwah Island has been renamed as Al Maryah Island.
Burj Khalifa, one of the tallest buildings in the world, has won several accolades so far, and now, the latest being that it is home to the first ever online real estate auction in Dubai.
The Dubai Municipality has launched the Heritage Week in Dubai yesterday, at the Falcon Museum in Nad Al Sheba, to depict the rich heritage of the emirate.
A top official at the Interior Ministry has strictly emphasized that the tenancy contract is a must when seeking to sponsor family members on their own residency visas.