Etihad Rail hosted two seminars for its stakeholders and industry partners in line with its policy to provide an opportunity to its staff members to acquire knowledge of best international practices. The seminar proved a platform for team members to interact with their counterparts and key stock holders.
The head of the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (Adnoc), the state producer of oil told that any decision on renewal of contract to pump oil in the emirate would be taken by the officials by taking all pros and cons in to notice. It should be noted that the head of BP is in Abu Dhabi apparently for lobbying its contract to pump oil in the emirate.
Abu Dhabi Science festival is all set to begin from November 18 to 26, offering hands-on approach to students of all age groups. The event will see more than 150 live experiments, shows and workshops in science and technology taking place in the capital.
Drivers need not to worry about technical or mechanical malfunctions of vehicles while on road as Abu Dhabi officially introduced the new Road Service Patrol that would offer round the clock service to the drivers in case of any exigency.
An exercise that may prove costly to restaurant owners but good for people, Abu Dhabi is all set to introduce a new rating system for hotels. This rating system aimed at lifting standard and quality of service, is likely to be put in place with effect from 2012. It is a first ever effort of Abu Dhabi government for raising standard and thus attracting tourists.
The Mohammad Bin Zayed Species Conservation Fund will help to conserve the endangered species and in turn help to maintain balance in the nature. Many animal and birds species are facing threat of extinction due to loss of their natural habitat and increase activities of hunting. A leading fund manager cautioned against natural havoc in case of disturbance in food chain.
Former Pakistani President and founder of the All Pakistan Muslim League (APML) sought help from foreign agencies based in United States and UK for providing him security in the wake of his proposed return to Pakistan. Musharraf is currently living in self-exile in Britain and Dubai following fear of arrest in his home country over charges of corruption, conspiracy and murder.
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