Image Credit: Dubai: The latest international cover for Time magazine has set social media on fire, with its cover page being widely shared by both the critics and supporters of the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi.Calling him India s Divider in chief , Time magazine s cover story asked: Can the World s Largest Democracy Endure Another Five Years of a Modi Government?
India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi and India's Congress Party president Rahul Gandhi. Image Credit: AFP Also in this package India court's Rafale verdict has no error warranting review Dubai: Indian Congress chief Rahul Gandhi took to Twitter on Sunday to respond to Prime Minister Narendra Modi s harsh remarks about his father, Rajiv Gandhi. Modi said that the former prime minister ended his life as bhrashtachari (a corrupt person) number one . Rahul s reply was a hug, and a warning that karma awaits Modi.Modi had launched the attack during an election rally in the Indian state of the Uttar Pradesh.
Souq.com is now Amazon.ae. Image Credit: Antonin Kelian Kallouche Gulf News Also in this package Amazon officially launches in UAE, replaces Souq.com Dubai: Souq has turned into Amazon in the UAE, but no timeline has been set on whether the same would happen in Saudi Arabia or for the other individual Middle East markets, but it will happen eventually, according to a top Amazon official. The UAE becomes the first to transition to the Amazon marketplace in the region, and the focus had been on achieving that in the most painless manner possible, said Ronaldo Mouchawar, Vice President of Amazon Mena and co founder of Souq. What this means is all our regional vendors can migrate to the global platform and with all the benefits that come with it.
The United Arab Emirates has no shortage of luxury shopping, but that s not stopping Amazon from infiltrating the Middle East s retail scene.It s hard to believe the Seattle based company is just now entering this market, nearly two years after acquiring the Dubai based e commerce platform Souq (translates to market ). Now that Amazon has rebranded the site that it paid $580 million for, it s officially ready to make its mark on the Gulf region and beyond.
Souq.com delivered its first order in Dubai 13 years back and has evolved into the biggest e commerce player in the UAE. That attracted the attention of Amazon which bough souq.com and today is finally the day where souq.com closes and amazon.ae launches.
New Delhi: The untimely demise of legendary actress Sridevi shook the nation with grief and sorrow. The first female superstar of Indian cinema breathed her last on February 24, 2018 in Dubai where she had gone to attend the wedding of a relative. Reports suggested that she died of accidental drowning in a hotel's bathtub.Soon after her death, the entire Kapoor clan stood together like a rock and supported Boney and his two daughters Janhvi and Khushi. Arjun Kapoor provided unconditional support to his father and sisters, acting like a shield in times of crisis.
Ludovic Blecher, Head of the Google News Initiative Innovation, said: We re excited to bring the GNI Challenge to the Middle East and Africa. We want to make sure that all news organizations, large and small, as well as news startups, have the opportunity to inject new ideas into the local and regional news industry. Image Credit: Supplied Dubai: Google launched its innovation challenge for the region yesterday. This means news organizations of every size, as well as news startups and associations in the Middle East and Africa can submit digital project proposals for funding.This initiative was announced at Google s event for news publishers in Dubai, where regional and global executives presented the latest products and tools for publishers and journalists across revenue generation, Google News, Google Search, YouTube and Cloud Machine Learning.
The Indian mission in Dubai has said that non resident Indians (NRIs) cannot vote online in the Lok Sabha elections. Several Indian expatriates in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) have complained that social media platforms have been rife with misleading posts that suggest NRIs can vote online for the 2019 polls, Khaleej Times reported.
The British woman arrested in Dubai over Facebook posts which branded her ex husband s new wife a horse has been told she will be able to go home.Laleh Shahravesh, 55, was convicted of a misdemeanour and ordered to pay a 650 (Dh3,000) penalty which she will have to pay before she can leave the UAE.
Dubai;s long awaited stats showed weakest economy since 2010 Roger Federer beats Stefanos Tsitsipas to win 100th title and eight Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships crown Flights at Dubai airport temporarily grounded over #8216;suspected drone activity; Representational image (Source: Reuters) A British woman was prevented from leaving Dubai after her ex husband;s new wife pressed defamation charges against her for calling her a #8216;horse; in a comment on Facebook years ago.A legal group, Detained in Dubai, said Shahravesh was arrested at Dubai Airport on March 10 as she arrived for her ex husband 's funeral.
Laleh Shahravesh, 55, has been in Dubai since March 10, when she was arrested at the airport along with her teenage daughter for violating the country;s cybercrime laws, according to a legal campaign group.The complaint was made by her ex husband 's new wife over comments Shahravesh made on social media more than two years ago while in London.
A British mum faces prison and a fine of thousands of pounds in Dubai over a Facebook post she uploaded about her ex husband two years ago.Laleh Sharavesh, 55, said she was arrested along with her daughter Paris, 14, and thrown into a cell when she arrived in the United Arab Emirates city on March 14 for her former husband s funeral.
Dubai s ENOC Group unveiled a concept design for a service station that it plans to develop on the site of Expo 2020 Dubai. The Year of Tolerance inspired design is built on an exoskeleton of the Ghaf tree structure, which acts as supporting columns for the carbon fibre canopy the first time that the extra strong material will be used to construct an entire structure of a service station canopy.
An employee of Dubai based Transguard Group has been deported for using social media to celebrate the deadly attacks on two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, the company announced on Wednesday. Fifty Muslim worshippers were shot dead at two Christchurch mosques on Friday last by a lone gunman identified as an Australian extremist and avowed white supremacist.