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Plans to construct the tallest building in Dubai

Plans to construct the tallest building in DubaiWith high motives in minds, Nakheel, UAE's leading real estate developer has announced its plans to build the tallest building of the world, which would be nearly 1 km high. Earlier Nakheel had made man-made islands in the shapes of a palm tree and had earned a lot of appreciation.

SRK takes on the role of property developer in real life

SRK takes on the role of property developer in real lifeThe king of bollywood, Shahrukh Khan surely knows how to have a strong standing, whether it be in the film fraternity or in the outside business world. Recently SRK informed about the unveiling of his signature real estate development, Shah Rukh Khan Boulevard, which would be situated in the Dana Island of emirate of Ras Al Khaimah in the United Arab Emirates (UAE).

The finalists for Gulf Voice of Mangalore contest are Dony Correa, Asha Fernandes

The finalists for Gulf Voice of Mangalore contest are Dony Correa, Asha FernandesA lot of praise, popularity and hype are being collected by Gulf Voice of Mangalore contest which is being mastered by the Youth Recreation Centre and Rising Stars Kuwait, since the semi-finals rounds are being held in Gulf.

Emaar Properties wins Best Developer in MENA region at Euromoney Liquid Real Estate Awards

Emaar Properties wins Best Developer in MENA region at Euromoney Liquid Real Estate Awards

Newly Launched Address System in Dubai inspected by RTA

Newly Launched Address System in Dubai inspected by RTAThe officials of Roads and Transport Authority (RTA), on Thursday examined the areas falling under the experimental phase of the recently launched address system in Dubai.

In order to see the progress of the experiment, Maitha bin Adai, Chief Executive Officer of Traffic and Roads Agency visited areas in Jumeirah 3 and Shaikh Zayed Road.

Continuous slowdown of Middle East air traffic growth recorded

Continuous slowdown of Middle East air traffic growth recordedRecently, the International Air Transport Association (IATA) informed that during the month of August, Middle East passenger traffic growth slowed tremendously and led to record one of its biggest drops in demand in recent years for the region’s 35 airlines.

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