Perumbavoor native found dead in Sharjah

SHARJAH: An Indian expat, who had gone missing earlier this week, was found dead in a car in Sharjah, the police said. Dixon, a native of Perumbavoor, had returned to Sharjah on July 30 from Ireland where his family lives. He had been missing since Tuesday ... ( read original story ...)

Leaving the UAE? Here’s our guide to a smooth departure

If you rent a home in Dubai and you’re leaving, there are a few things to do until you head to the airport for the last time as a resident. First of all, you need to check when the lease on your apartment expires. Here, you have three options. ( read original story ...)

UAE Press: Keep oceans clean to avoid trouble

ABU DHABI, 5th August, 2017 (WAM) -- Humans bank on oceans for very many things, it is impossible to imagine the world without them. The future of the planet's oceans is, however, challenged by serious threats such as climate change, pollution and ... ( read original story ...)

How Dubai can establish sustainable tourism practices

Keeping this in mind, Dubai is moving to tackle the issue of food waste with the launch of the UAE Food Bank. The initiative, spearheaded by HH Sheikh Mohammed, was announced in January and aims to combat the Dhs3.5bn ($952.8m) worth of food discarded in ... ( read original story ...)