Lions on the move
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Lions on the move

Africa is a land of opportunities. It’s quite different from a general image of death and despair or Afro-pessimism portrayed by the media. It’s a large continent, comprising several countries, and mostly the region is growing. There is a need to understand the current growth and developments in the region to nullify the historically governed negative stereotyped perceptions of the continent. WHAT THE EXPERTS SAY As per the World Bank Report 2016, “Africa is among the fastest growing regions in the world.” The global trends and region-specific risks keep fluctuating. A positive observa

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A Tale of 7 Emirates
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A Tale of 7 Emirates

UNCOVER ENDLESS INSPIRATION High up in the glistening perpendicular disc that houses Aldar properties’ headquarters on one edge of Abu Dhabi’s Yas Island resides harmony. UAE is a place so serene that it compels people from all across the world to witness equanimity in both business and recreation. Dating back in the year of 1968 when British announced their intention to withdraw from the Arabian Gulf, H. H. Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, the then Ruler of the emirate of Abu Dhabi promptly acted to form strong bond with the emirates. With H. H. Sheikh Rashid bin Saeed Al Maktoum, the

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Radiating The Prince Effect
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Radiating The Prince Effect

To walk around the streets of Abu Dhabi or travel to witness its historical heritage is to meet the whole world compressed into one gloriously diverse and colorful city. There is nowhere on earth quite like Abu Dhabi and no country on earth that hasn’t contributed to its multi-ethnic, multi-cultural kaleidoscope of humanity. The impeccable growth shown by the UAE region in recent times is an outcome of sheer hard work and articulate leadership of His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan. He has not only contributed in promoting and developing the country through immeasurable knowledg

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Role of Foreign Language in Indian Curriculum
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Role of Foreign Language in Indian Curriculum

The popularity of foreign language in Indian curriculum is at its peak. Students and parents alike seek a global connection to their education. However, if one has to move abroad for a year or two for a course in a foreign lanugage, most find it unaffordable or unmanageable. On the international platform, various global programmes targeted at language and cultural exchange are popular and many nations, educational institutes and students take advantage of them. However, lack of proper domestic facilities leaves many yearning for more. Some argue that learning of foreign languages should be an

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Industry-Ready Training-Based Recruitments: The New Trend
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Industry-Ready Training-Based Recruitments: The New Trend

The world’s competitive edge is turning sharper day-by-day, and those who adopt in time are faring better than those who fail or delay to make the cut. Several organizations have realized the importance of investing in people and transform them to compete at the global levels. It means making efforts beyond just recruitment, and working on a complete package. Today’s job market is very demanding and organizations require ready-to-deploy resources. This creates a need for ‘job-ready’ resources. This is especially true in the Global Business Process Management Industry with stringent in

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Green Key to Your Dream Home
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Green Key to Your Dream Home

India’s real estate market is expected to reach USD 180 billion by 2020. Emergence of nuclear families, rapid urbanisation and rising household income are likely to remain the key drivers for growth in all spheres of real estate, including residential, commercial and retail. Real estate is currently the fourth-largest sector in the country in terms of Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) inflows. Total FDI in the construction development sector during April 2000 to May 2015 stood at around USD 24.07 billion. The Government of India has been supportive to the real estate sector. In Augu

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Thumbay Group: Promoting healthy living
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Thumbay Group: Promoting healthy living

It was the year 1998, when Thumbay Moideen took his family business to the Gulf region from India with the launch of the Gulf Medical University at Ajman in the UAE. Since then the Thumbay Group has fruitfully branched out from education and healthcare sectors to hospitality, real estate, publishing trading and much more. The company today stands as a stellar example of excellence and success When Thumbay Moideen was invited by the rulers of Ajman more than a decade ago to start a medical college in the UAE, it proved to be a golden change for the third generation entrepreneur from a renowned

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Sculpting Tanzania’s Future
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Sculpting Tanzania’s Future

When it comes to excellence, Quality Group Limited, Tanzania, has excelled in every sphere. It has made a name for itself in terms of technological know-how and innovation in East Africa, and is busy scripting several tales of success under the effective leadership of Yusuf Manji, the Chairman of QGL With the entry of Quality Group Limited in the early ’70s, Tanzania as a country was introduced to the idea of quality, expertise and novelty. In many ways, the organization has been a driving force behind the improved socio-economic structure of the country, and has eventually turned into an in

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Education in the Middle East and India
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Education in the Middle East and India

“Education is not only a fundamental human right but perhaps the most necessary element of development of any nation” - Dr Wasil Appointed Chairman of the CBSE Gulf Council, received the President’s Teacher Award, awarded a Fellowship for research at Cambridge, received the Sharjah Economic Excellence Award as CEO, felicitated at various forums, recognized as a key note speaker at diverse education conferences – these are some tangible outcomes of the meaningful and constructive role that Dr Farooq Wasil, CEO of Goldline Education, has played in his 30 years as an educator contributing

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R.I.P. Lee Kuan Yew
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R.I.P. Lee Kuan Yew

During Lee’s more than three decades’ rule, Singapore transformed into the most prosperous nation in Southeast Asia. Young and Dynamic Lee Harry Lee Kuan Yew was born on September 16, 1923 in a wealthy English-educated Chinese family that had resided in Singapore since the 19th century. Lee studied first at Singapore’s Raffles College (now National University of Singapore), excelled in the examinations, and went to England to study Law at Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge University, where he graduated with double starred first-class honours in Law. Lee married a fellow Singaporean student

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