22 Dubai schools choose to freeze fees

Dubai: Around 14 per cent of Dubai schools have decided to not increase tuition fees this school year, Gulf News can reveal, with many more offering discounts and scholarships. Out of the 159 schools that were eligible to increase fees, 22 decided to ... ( read original story ...)

Emirates Business 24-7 News

UAE 247 Business News – Why Your Business Should Work 24/7? Globalization has changed many things in the world, but perhaps most of all it has changed the way in which business is conducted. Food, produce, and goods are transported all over the globe ... ( read original story ...)

Dubai property market sentiment worse than last year – survey

Only a third of people in Dubai believe the emirate’s property market has shown signs of recovery, indicating worse sentiment than last year, according to a survey by Core Savills. The real estate firm said respondents were less positive that the market ... ( read original story ...)

Dubai Municipality trials solar panel-cleaning robots

RELATED ARTICLES: Iran's 100kW solar power plant in Isfahan begins operations | Dubai Municipality distributes 4,000 cooling collars to workers | Sharjah fits 100 solar-powered lamp posts in Khor Fakkan Dubai Municipality (DM) has trialled solar panel ... ( read original story ...)

SEBI’s P-Note ban turns boon for Dubai SE

Dubai seems to be emerging as a centre to trade Indian stocks ... in the coming months as the ban on P-Notes is a significant trigger,” said an offshore hedge fund manager, who recently started testing the trading system on DGCX. P-Note is an offshore ... ( read original story ...)

7 Dubai myths busted

Myth: Dubai tap water causes hair loss and skin problems Studies have shown that there’s no scientific way the tap water in the country can cause hair loss. Gulf News even tested four samples of tap water from four different areas in Dubai — Deira ... ( read original story ...)

UAE’s first ‘floating home’ arrives on Dubai Canal

The UAE’s first-ever "water home" has it made its way along the city’s newest attraction - the Dubai Canal - to berth at Marasi Business Bay . Dubai Properties, the real estate master developer behind the project, said over the coming days the city ... ( read original story ...)