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150 Pinoy mountaineers climb for a cause

The summit was over 1,200 meters high accessible thru a route with a 20-meter ascend via crevices where climbers squeeze themselves and reach out to tiny holes and corners to get up. DUBAI: Some 100 overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) belonging to mountaineering groups...

PH listed as one of the most unsafe countries for environment crusaders

For the third consecutive year, the Philippines has been listed as one the most unsafe countries for environmental crusaders in the annual report titled, “Defenders of the Earth,” of a London-based non-government organization. As per the report released by Global...

Body cameras, pocketless suit for NAIA employees to curb pilferage

All employees assigned to handle baggage transportation will now be equipped with body cameras, pocketless suit, and will be prohibited to wear jewellery and to use mobile phones during their duty to avoid baggage pilferage at the tarmac of Ninoy Aquino International...

Teenager burns to death in RAK road crash

A 19-year-old man was killed after crashing into a lamp post and eventually burning to death in Ghaleila Road in Ras Al Khaimah, last Saturday, January 20. According to investigation, it was around 4:00 in the afternoon when the Emirati prevented his car from...

Pinoy bags Dh100,000 in Abu Dhabi Duty Free’s Big Ticket Millionaire Draw today

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A Filipino expat in the UAE has won Dh100,000 (P1,356,045 approx.) in Abu Dhabi Duty Free’s Big Ticket Millionaire Draw, the biggest-ever prize money in its history, which was held today, January 7, 2018, at the Abu Dhabi International Airport.

With his lucky ticket number 063520, Ronnie Guana was one of the fortunate raffle draw winners who will rock 2018 with a more than a million pesos in his pocket.

The grand prize Dh12 million was bagged by Hari Krishnan from India. His ticket number 086828 was drawn out.

Four other Indians and a Nepali have also taken home some incredible prizes.

Here’s the full list of the lucky winners:

Dh12million Hari Krishnan from India
Dh100,000 Ronnie Guana from the Philippines
Dh90,000 Minor Khor from India
Dh80,000 Rogish Kumar from India
Dh70,000 Abelash Sashi from India
Dh60,000 Anil Betile from India
Dh50,000 Dasuli Chow from Nepal

The Big Ticket ‘Dream 12’ competition started last December

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