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How can you recover personal loans in UAE

How can you recover personal loans in UAE

UAE NEWS
If a person has defaulted on a loan amount below Dh50,000, the lender can lodge a civil complaint. Question: I lent Dh3,000 to a friend in Dubai. I have an email from him confirming it and mentioning that he will be returning the money by end of September 2018. But now, he is not responding to my calls. Can I take legal action against him? Answer: As the amount of loan lent to your friend is only Dh3,000, it is recommended that you lodge a civil complaint against your friend at the Centre for Amicable Settlement of Disputes at Dubai Court (the 'Centre'). The Centre is a reconciliation department which deals with debts/claims amounting below Dh50,000. You have to provide your and your friend's details along with the details of the case and supporting documentary evidence (email c...
Google ‘Thanos’ and click the Infinity Gauntlet right now (Not a Spoiler )

Google ‘Thanos’ and click the Infinity Gauntlet right now (Not a Spoiler )

ENTERTAINMENT
Joining the 'Avengers: Endgame' promotional material, Google has introduced a cool new trick for folks to expertise the Mad Titan's power on the net. The wait is finally over. Avengers: Endgame free on Friday as Associate in Nursing epic finish to the huge 22-film adventure story. and therefore the promotional material is as real because it gets. Search big Google has joined within the fun with a neat very little trick for users too – a recap of Thanos’s painting snap that free the globe of 0.5 its individuals. Do a google search for ThanosClick the infinity gauntletSearch results: Mr search engine, I don't feel so good..#ENDGAME #Thanos pic.twitter.com/FM6rxk5h7l— Albert Aydin (@albertaydin) April 24, 2019 And no, don’t worry, this can be not a spoiler. All you've
Dubai’s Burj Khalifa lights up with Sri Lanka flag

Dubai’s Burj Khalifa lights up with Sri Lanka flag

UAE NEWS
Other iconic landmarks in the UAE also paid tribute to the victims of the Easter attacks. Standing in solidarity with the victims of the recent Easter Day attacks which struck Colombo, Dubai's Burj Khalifa; the tallest and most famous skyscraper in the world, lit up to the colours of Sri Lanka's flag on Thursday evening. On its official Twitter handle, the Burj Khalifa hoped for a world built on tolerance and coexistence. برج خليفة يضيء تضامناً مع #سريلانكا. معاً نحو عالم يسوده السلام والتسامح#BurjKhalifa lights up in solidarity with #SriLanka. Here’s to a world built on tolerance and coexistence pic.twitter.com/3U39ztZd4H— Burj Khalifa (@BurjKhalifa) April 25, 2019 Apart from the Burj Khalifa, iconic landmarks in Abu Dhabi also lit up with the colours of Sri Lanka's
One-hour maximum screen time recommended for children under 5: WHO

One-hour maximum screen time recommended for children under 5: WHO

UAE NEWS
Children between one and four years old should spend at least 3 hours of physical activities. Young children should not spend more than an hour a day watching television and videos or playing computer games and infants less than one year old should not be exposed to electronic screens at all, the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Wednesday. The United Nations agency, issuing its first such guidelines, said under-fives should also be physically active and get adequate sleep to help develop good lifelong habits and prevent obesity and other diseases in later life. "What we are cautioning on is over-use of those electronic screen times with young children," WHO expert Dr. Fiona Bull told a news briefing. In its guidelines to member states, the WHO said children between one ...
Karachi drops from 6th to 70th on World Crime Index

Karachi drops from 6th to 70th on World Crime Index

UAE NEWS
The report was shared by a senior Pakistan Army officer Karachi drops from 6th place to 70th in World Crime IndexArmy official tweets report, social media users rejoiceKarachites talk about what it is like living in the megacity Once listed amongst the world’s top 10 dangerous cities, crime in Karachi has dropped significantly according to a World Crime Index and Karachites are rejoicing on Twitter. Major General Asif Ghafoor, the Director-General of Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), chief spokesperson of Pakistan Armed Forces tweeted a report that was widely shared by Pakistani tweeps. On his official Twitter account @OfficialDGISPR, he posted: “Karachi at one point in time (2014) was 6th in World Crime Index. Alhamdulillah, today it’s at 70th with many first world citi
Qatar covered up the death of 1200 workers

Qatar covered up the death of 1200 workers

Qatar News
Rights groups accuse body of whitewashing Qatar’s image and politicising rights issues Several human rights groups have accused a Qatari self-styled rights advocate and his government panel of covering up the death of more than 1,200 migrant workers while building sports facilities for hosting the 2022 World Cup in Qatar. The Arab Organisation for Human Rights in the UK and Europe, the African Human Right Heritage, and the Gulf Association for Rights and Freedom have said they filed a joint complaint against Ali Bin Samikh Al Marri, the secretary general of Qatar’s National Human Rights Committee. They also accused Al Marri of taking advantage of his panel to whitewash Qatar’s image and wasting the small emirate’s money for “politicising” rights issues. The complaint has been
Facebook friend allegedly rapes woman in India

Facebook friend allegedly rapes woman in India

INDIA NEWS
Two of the culprits have been arrested and investigations are underway WAHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW: Woman befrends man on facebook, meets him four years later and gets rapedVictim claims she was held at gunpoint. A woman from the Gurugram city of New Delhi was allegedly abducted at gunpoint from a shopping mall, taken to a shooting range and was raped by a Facebook friend, and three others. According to a report by newspaper, the Times of India, an FIR (First Information Report) was filed against the accused who have been identified as Vipin Tomar, Ashish Balyan, Taranjit and Amit Munjal. Tomar and Ashish have been arrested, while the others have absconded. The woman, a 28-year-old embryologist had accepted a Facebook friend request from Tomar, a resident of Arifpur Kheri vil...
Reports: Abused workers go on rampage in Qatar

Reports: Abused workers go on rampage in Qatar

Qatar News
Migrant workers, angry over rights abuses, staged violent protests in Qatar, online reports have said. The protesters took to the streets, decrying oppressive government policies, overdue wages and inhuman working conditions, they said. Online images showed cars reportedly destroyed by angry demonstrators, who work on building stadiums that will host the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar. There was no official or media comment in Doha. The hashtag “Riot Acts in Qatar” has become a popular Arab trending over the past hours in a show of solidarity with the protesting workers. Tweeters also mocked the Qatari news television Al Jazeera for ignoring the protests. “Al Jazeera: Vehicles are taking a nap! News of protests is incorrect!” said a commentator, named Abdul Latif,
Pakistani doctor and medical staff accused of raping and killing a woman

Pakistani doctor and medical staff accused of raping and killing a woman

WORLD NEWS
The 22-year-old Asmat has gone to the hospital for treatment of toothache A Pakistani woman patient has allegedly been raped and poisoned by a doctor and medical staff in Karachi. At least four medical officials, including a doctor, at a government hospital were said to have been involved in the alleged rape and murder of a woman patient who had gone to hospital to seek treatment for toothache, Geo News reported. Patient identified as Asmat Junejo had gone to the Sindh Government Hospital for treatment of toothache. There, however, a doctor, with the help of three other officers allegedly drugged, subdued, and raped her, and then poisoned her. Chief Minister orders inquiry Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah has taken notice of the incident and ordered police to take immediate...
Zahran Hashim: The radical cleric linked to Sri Lanka blasts

Zahran Hashim: The radical cleric linked to Sri Lanka blasts

WORLD NEWS
This undated image posted by the Daesh’s Aamaq news agency on Tuesday, April 23, 2019, purports to show Mohammed Zahran, a.k.a. Zahran Hashmi, centre, the man Sri Lanka says led the Easter attack that killed over 300 people, as well as other attackers. For years, Sri Lanka's Muslim community warned authorities about a firebrand cleric. Now it seems Zahran Hashim may have played a key role in one of the worst attacks in the country's history. A video released Tuesday by the Daesh group, which earlier claimed responsibility for the Easter attacks that killed over 350 people, appears to prominently feature Hashim. He appears to be the round-faced cleric in the footage - the only one of the eight figures depicted whose face is uncovered. Dressed in a black tunic headscarf and carr