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|Sharjah Ruler Inaugurates Sharjah Radio Telescope Station
The station aims to construct an interferometer designed to operate at the frequency of neutral Hydrogen line emission, 1420 MHz.
|Sharjah Aims To Entice More Northern European Tourists
The Sharjah Commerce and Tourism Development Authority, SCTDA, continues to work towards establishing a strong foothold in the Northern European tourism market.
|Sharjah Ruler Issues Law On Emirate’s 2020 General Budget
The new Law stipulates that Sharjah’s 2020 general budget shall take effect from 1st January 2020 to 31st December 2020.
|SEWA Organises 6th Sharjah Energy Forum
The Sharjah Electricity and Water Authority, SEWA, organised the sixth edition of the Sharjah Energy Forum, with the participation of 140 energy companies from 15 countries, along with 359 energy experts.
|Sharjah Museums Authority, FoCP Raise Awareness About Museums, Health
To address its commitment to social responsibility, Sharjah Museums Authority, SMA, has joined forces with Friends of Cancer Patients, FoCP, in Sharjah to raise the public’s awareness in the spheres of health and museums.
|Sharjah Police Deploy ’Vehicle Of Hope’ In Correctional Institutes
Brigadier Ahmed Shuhail, Director-General the Punitive and Correctional Establishment, attended the launch of the vehicle, which has special features and aims to provide the best services.
|Sultan Al Qasimi Attends Opening Of 18th Sharjah Arabic Poetry Festival
H.H. Dr. Sheikh Sultan bin Muhammad Al Qasimi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Sharjah, on Sunday witnessed the opening of the 18th edition of Sharjah Arabic Poetry Festival.
|5 Great Affordable Cars For College Students
Most students choose to own a car. In many cases, it’s essential.
|Why Dubai Is Still A Great Place To Work For Millennials
Reports show that in less than a decade, millennials will constitute about 75 per cent of the workforce across the world including Dubai.
|EPAA Issues Over 80 Tickets For Environmental Violations In Q4 2019
Teams from the Environment and Protected Areas Authority (EPAA) issued visitors to wilderness areas with more than 800 tickets during the last quarter of 2019.