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TODAY'S HEADLINES

 • UAE reiterates support to Irena, peaceful nuclear energy
 • Million dirham winner makes plans for his family, will continue working
 • Addressing the root cause of piracy
 • Muslims are Their Own Worst Enemies
 • Ramadan facilitates kicking smoking habits
 • Muslims urged to be examples for humanity
 • Islamic personality of the year announced
 • Americans are remembering to forget 9/11
 • Manipal Varsity Move to Charge Dh200 from Accompanying Guests at Convocation Draws Flak from Student
 • Youngster from Burundi shows his Quranic prowess
 • Hackers Break into UAE Credit Network
 • Government will take legal action against sponsors of beggars
 • Dubai may close 400 workers’ hostels
 • Landlords arrested after fatal Deira fire
 • Khalifa pardons 700 inmates, settles their debts
 • UAE president pardons 700 prisoners ahead of Ramadan
 • Hawala money transfers defy regulation efforts
 • Unsafe labour camps to close
 • Workers affected by fire given refuge by Indian consulate
 • UAE to have new international logistics city
 • 40 truck drivers face deportation
 • Ramadan to begin Sep 1, says Qatari astronomer
 • Etihad Airways, Kerala tourism to develop tour packages
 • UAE starts price control campaign for Ramadan
 • UAE aims to boost medical tourism
 • Gulf nations need to invest in Africa's farm sector: expert
 • India among top diamond trading partners for Dubai in 2008
 • Emirates airline offers special package for Ramadan
 • Expat Indians eligible for British varsity's UAE campus scholarship
 • Etihad Airways launches 'unaccompanied baggage' service
 • 13,000 Visitors Expected At Dubai Media Expo
 • UAE leaders greet President Patil ahead of Independence Day
 • Etihad launches daily services to Chennai, Kozhikode
 • Link to show why a web site is blocked
 • UAE's first bilingual school set to open in Dubai next month
 • Journalist passes away
 • indian non-basmati rice hardly available
 • Abu Dhabi resident duped in Olympic website scam
 • Air India to launch direct Dubai-Srinagar flight soon
 • New visa regime comes into effect in UAE
 • Air India Express Dubai-Goa flights
 • Indian labourer dies after falling from scaffolding
 • 79 Indians in Gulf debt trap commit suicide
 • Indian-owned UAE firm among top NASA nanotech award
 • India asks UAE not to be harsh with those detained
 • 2,300 Indians arrested in Abu Dhabi
 • UAE`s 57 Interpol notices against Indians
 • Expats Spend 41% of Earnings on Housing in UAE - Survey
 • Dubai house prices up 42% in quarter
 • UK says UAE terror risk is 'high'
 • Dubai-based stamp collector makes 'historical collection'
 • Indian minister inaugurates Malayalam TV channel
 • UAE resident set to direct Hollywood film
 • Sharjah student is master storyteller
 • Indian gets top UAE environment award
 • Air Arabia doubles frequency of Mumbai flights
 • Samaritan Indian hits jackpot in Dubai
 • Indians top list in Bahrain worker registration fest
 • NRIs smile as rupee declines
 • UAE first Arab state to reopen Iraq mission
 • UAE visit visas to cost Dh500 from June
 • One-year validity mooted for fresh driving licences
 • UAE to Introduce VAT Next Year
 • Etisalat, Tata sign network deal for UAE
 • Indian expat creates web page to help locate victims of Jaipur blast
 • UAE condemns terror attacks in India
 • Gulf NRIs seek compensation for rupee rise
 • Expats need no visa to travel to Malaysia
 • Job contracts signed outside UAE not valid
 • India to introduce visa on arrival for tourists
 • Shaikh Mohammed on Time's 100 heroes list
 • Common entrance test for Indian students to be held in Dubai
 • Microsoft Gulf on anti-piracy drive in Ajman
 • Khaleej Times ushers in new era in style
 • Indian mission denies reports on passports
 • Mainstream media battles with bloggers
 • Chennai Crescent School Alumni Meet
 • Hear A.R. Rahman live
 • 33-year-old Indian found hanging in his Deira flat
 • Indian swept away by waves at Jumeirah beach
 • 'Arts of Islam' wins people's heart
 • Indian expat missing
 • Indians advised to look for jobs in UAE on MISSION VISA
 • UAE Forum to Focus on Online Crimes
 • Police smash huge prostitution ring
 • Capital to host Asian Business Awards Middle East 2007
 • Rupee surge affects remittances by Indian expats in UAE
 • New Indian emigration rule set to benefit labour class
 • Indian donates Dhs500,000 to MoH
 • India International Club, RAK celebrated its Launching Ceremony
 • Training workshop for news agency staff
 • Your rights and responsibilities in UAE
 • Keralites busy celebrating Onam
 • Fact film being shot on Sharjah's tourism
 • Two new colleges for university of Sharjah
 • UAE plans to set up labour office in Nepal
 • Man found hanging in Sharjah flat
 • Divided by nationality, united by love and family
 • Dance and music as expatriates celebrate Indian independence
 • Efforts on to repatriate 25 stranded Indians
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The Enchanting Emirates

Bordered by the Arabian Gulf to the north, the Hajar mountains and Arabian Sea to the east and the vastness of the Arabian desert to the south and west, the United Arab Emirates offers travellers a unique holiday experience. The best of the modern world combines happily with age-old traditions of Arabian hospitality with the age-old traditions of Arabian hospitality. Add to this, an inviting climate, excellent sports and leisure facilities, uncrowded beaches, spectacular desert and mountain scenery and a culture that dates back centuries and it is easy to see why the UAE has become such a popular destination amongst discerning travellers from around the world.

Each of the seven formerly independent emirates that make up the country has retained its own individual characteristics. Abu Dhabi and Dubai offer all the sophistication of contemporary living; Sharjah, smaller and quite, is renowned for its souks; at Ajman and Umm Al Quwain there are still reminders of the fishing villages that they once were; Ras Al Khaimah, in the north, is hemmed in between the sea and the mountains; and Fujairah, on the east coast, is more peaceful still.

The UAE also offers some of the world's finest shopping whether in the traditional souks or ultra-modern, air-conditioned shopping malls. during the Holy Month of Ramadan, please note that business and shopping hours may differ from normal hours.

Although the UAE is a Muslim country, it is liberal towards foreigners' dressing habits. However, guests should give due consideration to local sensibilities and dress modestly.

To explore the country at you own pace, we strongly recommend renting a car - please contact us for details of our competitively-priced self-drive arrangement.

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