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DP World ILT20 captains upbeat about producing electrifying performances in the inaugural season .

DP World ILT20 captains upbeat about producing electrifying performances in the inaugural season A representative from each of the DP World International League T20 franchises gathered at the Dubai International…

The Prime Minister visited Wahat ul Karama to Commemorate National Heroes of the UAE .

The Prime Minister visited Wahat ul Karama to Commemorate National Heroes of the UAE . Prime Minister Muhammad Shehbaz Sharif visited national and cultural landmark, Wahat Al Karama in Abu…

Prime Minister’s Meeting with the President of United Arab Emirates

Prime Minister’s Meeting with the President of United Arab Emirates. The President of the UAE agreed to roll over the existing loan of US$ 2 billion and provide US$ 1…

Business Editors and Real Estate Investors

Business Editors and Real Estate Investors Dubai, UAE – Stage Properties, a leading real estate company founded by industry veteran Ghasan Saliba in 2020, is pleased to announce its rapid…

Debutants Morrisville Samp Army marches off in style trouncing Team Abu Dhabi to finish third

Debutants Morrisville Samp Army marches off in style trouncing Team Abu Dhabi to finish third Debutants Morrisville Samp Army marched off in style by bowling out Team Abu Dhabi for…

Lt-Gen Faiz Hamid takes ‘early retirement’ ISLAMABAD: A day before the change in command at the army’s General Headquarters (GHQ), Bahawalpur corps commander and former director-general of the Inter-Service Intelligence (ISI) Lieutenant-General Faiz Hamid opted to seek early retirement and sent his resignation to the high command. The sources also reported that the authorities had already accepted his resignation ahead of the new postings, expected to take place after taking over the charge of Chief of Army Staff Gen Asim Munir . There was no official announcement from Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) regarding the development, but the reports seem be credible as neither the ISPR nor Gen Hamid himself has came out with a denial. One of the media outlets reported the development while quoting “family sources”. Gen Faiz was among the six senior-most generals whose name was included by GHQ in the list of potential candidates for the two top military offices, sent to Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif for approval last week. Before assuming charge as Bahawalpur corps commander, Gen Hameed had worked on the same position in Peshawar. He had been the target of criticism from PML-N supreme leader Nawaz Sharif and his daughter Maryam Nawaz for allegedly having a role in their conspiracy for backing the previous set-up under PTI. There were also reports that Chief of General Staff Lt-Gen Azhar Abbas, whose name was also on the list, had also decided to resign from the office. Both officers were set to retire in April 2023.

MIGRANT WORKERS AND THE QATAR WORLD CUP 2022 .

MIGRANT WORKERS AND THE QATAR WORLD CUP 2022 . Thousands of workers died during Qatar 2022 World Cup-related to construction, far more than in the run up to every other…

Chennai Braves brave the challenge from Bangla Tigers through Carlos Brathwaite’s all round show for a 33 runs victory.

Chennai Braves brave the challenge from Bangla Tigers through Carlos Brathwaite’s all round show for a 33 runs victory. Chennai Braves braved the challenge from Bangla Tigers through Carlos Brathwaite’s…

Eoin Morgan and Azam Khan steer New York Strikers to a well fought win off the last ball over Deccan Gladiators

Eoin Morgan and Azam Khan steer New York Strikers to a well fought win off the last ball over Deccan Gladiators Eoin Morgan and Azam Khan steered New York Strikers…

Dubai’s real estate market continues to ride high and create strong investor confidence

Dubai’s real estate market continues to ride high and create strong investor confidence By Rizwan Sajan, Founder and Chairman, Danube Group . Investor confidence in Dubai’s real estate remain very…