Saturday, 29 January, 2022
TopicUAE

Topic: UAE

Yemen’s ragtag rebels became a threat to world economy, showed military power has its limits

Iran and Saudi Arabia are talking—but it might be too late to put the war-making djinn back in the bottle. Power-brokers in Yemen depend on violence to secure influence.

War in Yemen can damage worldwide economic recovery. Iran, Saudi, UAE must rein in their proxies

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UAE intercepts 2 Houthi missiles over Abu Dhabi, days after attack that killed 2 Indians

UAE defense ministry said that the attack did not result in any human losses and added the remnants of the destroyed ballistic missiles fell in separate areas around Abu Dhabi.

SP-BJP tit-for-tat moves in UP show ideology is fungible for leaders

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Who are Yemen’s Houthis? Group that claimed attack on UAE fuel tankers that killed 2 Indians

The Houthis are an insurgent group who control most of the northern part of war-torn Yemen and largely follow the Zaydi sect of Shi'a Islam.

India ready to provide assistance to kin of Indians killed in UAE: Envoy

Two Indians, a Pakistani national were killed and six others injured in a suspected drone attack in Abu Dhabi Monday claimed by Yemen's Houthi rebels.

2 Indians among 3 killed in drone strikes on UAE by Yemen’s Houthi fighters

Six others were also injured in the rare attack inside the UAE that caused a fire at Abu Dhabi’s main international airport and set fuel tanks ablaze in a nearby industrial area.

‘Major collision’ of 2 India-bound Emirates flights averted in Dubai last Sunday

The aircraft were Boeing-B777, each with a seating capacity of 350-440 seats. Preliminary report suggests one of the flights rolled for take-off without ATC clearance.

Why UAE has turned to old foe Turkey as its potential trade link to world

The UAE is looking to benefit from Turkey’s huge investments in the industrial sector, its skilled labor and existing logistical network, especially with Africa.

Omicron a challenge to economic recovery, but India learnt from 2nd wave: MoS Anupriya Patel

In an exclusive interview with ThePrint, Patel talked about agri & merchandise exports, and hoped for an imminent India-UAE free trade deal.

On Camera

YourTurn

Apple needs to break out of its comfort zone with bold mega deals à la Microsoft

Historically, large M&A hasn’t been Apple’s style. However, with its resources, the company can certainly take the risk to transform its business and expand its capabilities.
V. Anantha Nageswaran

Who is V Anantha Nageswaran, new chief economic advisor? IIM-A grad, academic, PM’s ex-advisor

Nageswaran, who has taught at various B-schools in India and Singapore, takes charge days before the tabling of the Economic Survey and the Union Budget.

Defence

Representational image of Indian Navy ships | Photo: Commons

India carrying out more warship patrols than ever to catch China in crowded global seas

Estimated 125 foreign naval vessels are in the Indian Ocean at any given time, roughly 3 times the number deployed in the wake of the 9/11 attacks when the US invaded Afghanistan.

Modi vs non-BJP CMs: When most popular isn’t all-powerful & why Centre-state ties will worsen

Modi’s inability to win many states, and the huge popularity his rivals enjoy there, is pushing Indian politics in a more robustly federal direction.
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