Indian social forum organised Blood Donation Camp in association with central blood bank kuwait on Friday, 7th August 2020.
The Indian missions in the UAE observed a moment of silence in memory of the ill-fated Dubai-Kozhikode flight crash victims on Sunday, August 9.
Even as the tragedy of Air India Express plane crash has devastated many, two Indian expatriates who escaped the flight by a hair’s breadth, are thanking their stars.
In a highly unusual incident, a young Indian mother delivered her child at the doorstep of Burjeel Hospital Sharjah, where nurses had to rush out to assist her.
Millions of people are affected worldwide with adverse events due to medicines. Medicines are strong agents programmed to solve health problems,..
TN Krishnakumar, a longtime Malayali expatriate based in Dubai, sponsored the flight tickets of 61 stranded Malayalis from UAE to Kerala amid the Covid-19 pandemic...
An Indian youth fell to death from the sixth floor of a building in Sharjah on July 31, social workers and his roommates have told Khaleej Times.
Indian expatriates in the UAE can now get their passports renewed in just two days with a new operating procedure taking effect from August, according to a media report.
UAE’s official pre-travel Covid-19 testing facility Pure Health has launched an online system where passengers travelling to the UAE can register...
Thumbay Hospital – Ajman, the leading academic hospital under Thumbay Group’s Healthcare Division organized a special function on 29th July 2020,..
Emirates will offer free COVID-19 insurance to all of its passengers who travel by October 31.
A 14-year-old Indian girl, one of the twin daughters of a Keralite couple, died after falling from their apartment building in Sharjah...
The College of Pharmacy, Gulf Medical University has announced the accreditation of its new ‘Master of Science in Drug Discovery...
Indian couple Janardhanan Pattiery and Minija have been found dead in their flat in Abu Dhabi City.
Thirty workers from the northern Indian state of Rajasthan, who were unable to board aa repatriation flight due to pending fines, have been assisted by the Indian Consulate in Dubai.