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Emirati man Jalal Bin Thaneya begins 5,000km cycle challenge from Muscat...

Jalal Bin Thaneya, a 27-year-old Emirati, Sunday begins a 5,000km cycling expedition across six Gulf countries in support of children with special needs.

Metro will offer time-saving eco-friendly transport

The Qatar Rail Development Programme will offer time-saving and environment-friendly transportation solutions, Qatar Rail Company (Qatar Rail) CEO Saad Ahmed al-Muhannadi has said.

PlayStation 4 launch in UAE: thousands flock to Dubai Mall

Crowds flocked to Dubai Mall games stores to get their hands on the PlayStation 4, Sony’s new gaming console, which went on sale at midnight on Thursday.

Italian Food Haven Eataly is Now Open in The Dubai Mall

Slow Food has recently established itself in Dubai which is the first chapter in the Middle East.

Delhi Metro News. New magazine starting

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Temperatures rise, as UAE weekend weather warms up at 31 degrees...

Just when you though it was time to pack away that sunscreen and air out that sweater, the mercury defies the season once again with the weekend temperatures expected to reach 31 degrees Celsius in the internal parts of the UAE.

Dubai to monitor fog for road and sea safety

Dubai Municipality is collaborating with Dubai Police to monitor bad weather conditions aimed at improving safety on the roads and at sea.

U.S. applauds Dubai as it lands Middle East's first World Expo

The United States on Friday congratulated the United Arab Emirates on landing the 2020 World Expo trade exhibition -- the first time that a Middle Eastern nation will host the event.

Beware! Those pickpockets in Delhi Metro are women

Most of these women are well-educated, well-dressed, carry laptops, backpacks and look like any other commuter, making it extremely difficult to identify them and can only be nabbed in action.

Delhi Metro’s one-day experiment with smart cards

A day before Diwali, when crowds thronged some Delhi Metro stations, they were in for a shock.