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We extend our deepest and heartfelt condolences to His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, the Dubai Royal Family, UAE and the people for the loss of Sheikh Rashid bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, the eldest son of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum. May he rest in peace.

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petrol pricesThe price of petrol will drop in the UAE for the month of September.
Petrol will be sold to consumers at Dhs1.89 per litre for E-plus (Octane 91 petrol), Dhs1.96 per litre for Special (Octane 95 petrol) and Dhs2.07 per litre for Super (Octane 98 petrol).
All petrol stations in the UAE will retail diesel at Dhs1.86 per litre next month.
In August, UAE fuel stations charge Dhs2.07 per litre for E-Plus 91, Dhs2.14 per litre for Special 95, Dhs2.25 per litre for super 98 and Dhs2.05 per litre for diesel. Read more

cars racing 08_2015His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE, in his capacity as the Ruler of Dubai, has issued Decree No. 29 of 2015, on impounding of vehicles in the emirate to safeguard lives and property, and to ensure traffic safety and reduce accidents.
The decree specified cases of administrative and obligatory impounding of vehicles.
Dubai police shall seize vehicles that participate in races on the road without prior permission.

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tv decodersAre you aware that it may be illegal to have some decoders in Dubai? The Dubai Court has imposed a fine of Dh50,000 on a distributor of UKTV (British broadcasting television network) Abroad packages, an unlicensed and unauthorised internet Protocol Television (IPTV) service in the UAE.
Following a copyright infringement complaint filed by OSN TV network against the merchant, the Dubai Criminal Investigation Department (CID) conducted a raid on the provider and presented evidence before the court. Read more

lockWe are increasingly moving from brick and mortar banking to mobile and online banking. Unfortunately hackers and cyber criminals are keeping stride.
In 2012, the UAE faced as many as 5.1 million cyber-crimes that led to losses of around USD 420 million, according to Symantec. The need for enhanced cyber security cannot be undermined. Against this backdrop, banks are taking many steps to keep your money more secure. These include Read more

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