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Wi-Fi booster costs Asian Dh50,000

Wi-Fi booster costs Asian Dh50,000

A court in Umm Al Quwain fined an Asian man Dh50,000 after authorities found him guilty of violating IT laws by selling Internet services to the public through a booster. Police arrested the man after Etisalat’s anti-fraud section reported him, according to Al Bayan...

Man kills wife for asking for phone top-up card

Man kills wife for asking for phone top-up card

A man from another Gulf country killed his wife after he went mad when she asked him to buy her a top-up card for her mobile phone. The man, in his 50s, used a stick to beat his 49-year-old wife before he went out and bought the card from a nearby shop in Ajman. When...

Two sleeping maids die by charcoal smoke inhalation

Two sleeping maids die by charcoal smoke inhalation

Two Asian housemaids choked to death in their sleep after they forgot to remove the burning charcoal stove out of their room in Dubai. The two unnamed maids had lit the stove to keep themselves warm and sat chatting in their room late at night. Police said they found...

China warns new coronavirus strain can mutate; cases rise to 440

China warns new coronavirus strain can mutate; cases rise to 440

China announced Wednesday that the novel coronavirus (2019-nCOV) has infected 440 people and warned that the disease can mutate. China’s National health Commission in a press briefing said they are doing measures to prevent the outbreak of the virus which spreads...

Driver sentenced to 6-month jail time for jumping 12 red lights

Driver sentenced to 6-month jail time for jumping 12 red lights

A criminal court in Sharjah sentenced a man from another Gulf country to six months in prison after he was found guilty of jumping 12 red lights at a speed of 160 kph during a risky chase by police patrols. The man was accused of ignoring police orders to stop and...

Macau reports first case of SARS-like disease

Macau reports first case of SARS-like disease

Macau confirmed Wednesday its first case of 2019 novel coronavirus (2019-Ncov), which originated in the central Chinese city of Wuhan. The patient is identified as 52-year-old woman who arrived to the gambling hub from Wuhan, the local health bureau reported. “A...

Taal activity slightly weakens- Phivolcs

The activity in Taal volcano's main crater in the past 24 hours has weakened, Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (Phivolcs) said Tuesday. Weak steam emission was observed which generated ash plumes 500-600 meters tall, and dispersed ash southwest of...

POEA to agencies: Report about OFW condition

Don't use data privacy as excuse. Apparently peeved at non-compliance of recruitment and manning agencies, the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration warned they could lose their license if they do not monitor and report to the POEA about the state of their...

Humid, cloudy weather expected in the UAE for five days -NCM

It will be humid and partly cloudy with a probability of fog or mist formations over the coming five days in the UAE. According to the National Center of Meteorology (NCM), there's a probability of rainfall today until Saturday. NCM added there will be convective...

Gov’t laying down plans for Taal rehabilitation

The National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA) has revealed that it is now planning the rehabilitation of areas affected by the Taal Volcano eruption. In a press conference, NEDA said that is now consolidating information on how the rehabilitation efforts will...

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Forced resignation: Does UAE law allow it?

Forced resignation: Does UAE law allow it?

DUBAI: It pays to know the law, especially if it pertains to employment – the very reason why most Filipinos are in the United Arab Emirates, in the first place. One such topic making the rounds in accommodations and even on social media via mostly Facebook accounts...

Oplan: Iwas Phone Scam

Oplan: Iwas Phone Scam

A Filipina duped out of her cash amounting to more than Dh20,000 made headlines in May this year. It sent shockwaves to Filipinos and other expats on how it is so easy for a phone scammer to siphon off their cash in a blink of an eye. But this particular incident is a...

Malacañang lifts suspension on PCSO lotto operations

Malacañang lifts suspension on PCSO lotto operations

Presidential Spokesperson Sal Panelo confirmed that President Rodrigo Duterte has lifted the suspension of Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO) for lotto operations only. "The Lotto operation is less-prone to corruption because it is machine-operated. Maraming...

7 out of 10 Pinoys want to bring their families to UAE

7 out of 10 Pinoys want to bring their families to UAE

About 70% of the Filipinos working in the UAE whose salaries are within the new immigration bracket are planning to bring their families here. This was according to the recent poll conducted by The Filipino Times to 820 people, a few days after the re§cent...

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