India took on a challenging mission to provide aid to UAE amid the corona crisis. The batch of 88 nurses had their own struggles to face yet they chose the path of serving a greater good courageously.
Care and compassion personified, Dr Zulekha is known for her consistent commitment to bring the best for society through quality healthcare.
Bubbles Kandhari wanted to build a centre in Dubai where individuals of varied nationalities, communities, faith, religion and class, could come together to experience what community living is all about, and she made it happen.
Sonal Satelkar writes on her Dubai trip with a group of women, where she enjoyed a dessert safari, went on a shopping spree and clicked a lot of photos.
The expatriate women in Dubai joined hands to work at The Knit-a-thon project initiated last April aimed at making huge blankets that could be used by kids across the world.
Ketaki has over the years taught several hundred students but she hasn’t kept a count. The dance form has sparked a lot of interest amongst the expatriates here and she has taught dance enthusiasts from several communities, including Indians, Iranians, Pakistanis and Bangladeshis.
Some thirty years ago Dr. Ayesha Saeed Husaini’s rendezvous with the ‘specially-abled’, compelled her to take a U-turn. Since then, she has been relentlessly working as an educational psychologist, counselor and lecturer, and also founded Dubai’s first support group for families having persons with disability, the Special Families Support Group (SFS).
According to the latest reports, Dubai’s Princess Haya Bint Al Hussein has left her crown prince husband Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum and has taken asylum in Germany.
Dr Zulekha Daud first arrived in UAE in the summer of 1964. She had never even heard of Dubai until…
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