9 things happening in the UAE this week

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Happy Hour: Drink o’ Clock at RIVA The popular beachside destination has just introduced a last-minute flash sale for beverage deals – “Drink o’ Clock at RIVA, will happen every day until March 7 2018. Offers include a bucket of hops or a bottle of grape for Dh99 or signature …

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( Studio Apartment available for Bachelors ) Rent @50,000/- year

Description Karama, walkable distance from Metro station, central a/c, balcony, belt in cupboards, central gas, gym, 24hrs security, covered car parking, spacious studio apartment available rent @ 50,000/-per year those who want very urgent Pls. call 050-5002831,052-7427255 Processing your request, Please wait…. (function(d, s, id) { var js, fjs = …

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( Near Karama metro station,) Furnished room available couples

Description Karama (Walkable distance from Metro station) Nearby LuLu hypermarket, Karama bus station, fully furnished room available for working couple sharing Bath and kitchen (long term only) rent @ 2900/-per month Including (dewa, wifi) available from 01/03/2018 those who want very urgent Pls. call 050-5002831 Processing your request, Please wait…. …

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Food safety gets boost thanks to new federal portal

Unified registration for food products on the ZAD system to help combat illegal trade, reduce food wastage and speed up recall of banned items Sheikh Hamdan Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Deputy Ruler of Dubai, UAE Minister of Finance and Chairman of Dubai Municipality launches ZAD at Dubai Municipality stand at …

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Accidents cause delays near Ghantoot

Dubai: Motorists faced a number of delays on Monday due to a number of accidents on major highways in Abu Dhabi and Dubai. Two accidents were reported near Ghantoot on the Shaikh Maktoum Bin Rashid Road, which stalled traffic heading in both directions. Accident on E11 Sheikh Maktoum Bin Rashid …

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Seeking materials that match the brain

Polina Anikeeva was born in Leningrad, USSR, but grew up in St. Petersburg, Russia; the city’s name reverted to its original form after the fall of the Soviet Union. While in school there, she encountered two inspiring scientists who helped propel her toward a career at MIT, where she now …

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