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Dr. Sheikh Sultan Bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Sharjah, has donated the fifth batch of rare and original Islamic manuscripts and documents from his personal collection to the House of Islamic Manuscripts at Al Qasimia University.The manuscripts date back from 300 to 400 years, detailing a number of languages dealing with Islamic topics of 'Fiqh', its fundamentals, transactions, Hadith and the Holy Quran.This latest donation by the Ruler of Sharjah raises the number of manuscripts to 1,250, all of which will be available at the House of Islamic Manuscripts.Built in Islamic style architecture covering 3,000 square meters, the House of Islamic Manuscripts was designed according to best international specifications in areas of document preservation and restoration, archiving, and classification.The collection of rare manuscripts were collected by Dr. Sheikh Sultan Bin Mohammed during his visits to various countries via his personal efforts.#happeningnow#breakingnews#rare#manuscript#books#alqasimia_university#students#library#raremanuscripts#heritage#history#knowledge#power#ruler#royals#thegulftoday@hhshkdrsultan@alqasimia_university@shjmediaoffice

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Vice President, Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai, His Highness Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, has said that ministerial work is a responsibility and serving as a minister is a national mission that requires dedication and hard work, in which the minister leads his or her team offering an exemplary model and a source of aspiration.Sheikh Mohammed advised the new ministers in the UAE Government to redouble their efforts and to employ all their energy to transform plans, programmes and initiatives that they are overseeing into a reality that will positively impact people's lives and support the UAE's path to the future.He made his remarks during a meeting with the new ministers to learn about the developments in their work and the 100-day plans for their work. The meeting was attended by Mohammad Bin Abdullah Al Gergawi, Minister of Cabinet Affairs and The Future, and Ohoud bint Khalfan Al Roumi, Minister of State for Happiness and Wellbeing and Director-General of the UAE Prime Minister’s Office.Ministers attending the meeting were Noura bint Mohammed Al Kaabi, Minister of Culture and Knowledge Development, Nasser bin Thani Al Hamili, Minister of Human Resources and Emiratisation, Hessa Essa Buhumaid, Minister of Community Development, Mariam Hareb Almheiri, Minister of State for Food Security, Sarah bint Yousef Al Amiri, Minister of State for Advanced Science, and Omar bin Sultan Al Olama, Minister of State for Artificial Intelligence. #mohammedbinrashid#dubai#cabinet#meeting#reading#government#mydubai#royals#ruler#members#minister#abudhabi#discussion#vat#responsibility#thegulftoday@hhshkmohd@nak@ohoodalroumi@dubaimediaoffice

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These endearing pictures show kids who burst into tears in Santa's grotto - including one lad who has cried on every visit for three years.The images have been shared online by mums and dads whose children have not enjoyed meeting Father Christmas.While most children delight as they tell Old Saint Nick what they want in their stockings, others have turned on the waterworks.The images posted with the #santafailhashtag on Twitter and Instagram, show some of the kids reaching out for their mums and dads to take them away.Samuel Spencer, pictured as a one-year-old was clearly desperate to escape Santa's clutches. He is now 13 years old but mum Kerry still shares the snap on social media every year. Since it was posted on 5 December, it's gone viral and been retweeted more than 8,000 times with over 30,000 likes.Kerry, from Maryland, said daughter, Lily, 11, is also “creeped out” by Santa.One poor boy, Niko Argiropoulos, is pictured crying on the same Santa's lap three years in a row.The three-year-old from New Jersey will be worried about his next visit to Moorestown Mall.Dad Jamie said: “Niko loves Santa from afar and he especially loves his Elf on the Shelf, Lollie.” Dani Meisels, one, looks traumatised as she sits on Santa's lap at a preschool gingerbread house party in Los Angeles.Santa, on the other hand, looks like he has fallen asleep.#santa#job#children#santaclaus#winter#tantrum#crying#photography#happiness#picoftheday#fatherchristmas#gifts#picoftheday#parents#kids#share#facebook#thegulftoday

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The Public Transport Agency at the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) is gearing up for the launch of special offers and a host of excellent marine transit services aboard the Water Bus, Dubai Ferry and Abra on the New Year’s Eve (Sunday, Dec. 31. 2017). The step is part of RTA’s keenness to partner with community members of various nationalities as well as visitors and tourists descending on Dubai from all corners of the globe in celebration of this annual extravaganza.Mansour Rahma Al Falasi, Director of Marine Transport at the Public Transport Agency, said: “This service is provided in the context of RTA’s ongoing engagement with customers. The RTA is stepping up efforts to offer a new marine transit experience availing riders a superb opportunity to live the thrilling moments of festivities at Burj Khalifa, Burj Al Arab, the Atlantis and Dubai Water Canal, through sea cruises aboard marine transit modes. The experience is bound to leave fond memories for residents, visitors and tourists.#rta#dubai#mydubai#instadubai#instagram#instagrammer#instagrammers#instagrammersgallery#instagram#uae#instauae#burjkhalifa#burjalarab@rta_dubai

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Sharjah Police close road leading to Wadi Al Hilou due to heavy rainfall and floods. Motorists have been urged to take alternative routes. #road#sharjah#newspaper#wadi#desert#newspaper#viralvideos#photography#thegulftoday

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Heavy to medium showers continued lashing various parts of the country on Sunday.Motorists have been urged to exercise caution. #rain#happeningnow#breakingnews#storyoftheday#dubai#use#sharjah#thegulftoday

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The Emirates Post Group has announced the issue of a new set of stamps to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the founding of the Abu Dhabi Police.The set comprises two stamps, each of a denomination of AED3, along with a souvenir sheet of 40 mm by 40 mm, priced at AED15, a First Day Cover, priced at AED7 and a First Day Cover of the souvenir sheet, priced at AED16.50,000 copies of the stamps have been printed, along with 4,000 souvenir sheets, with 1,000 examples of the First Day Cover for the stamps and 500 copies of the First Day Cover with the souvenir sheets.Designed by the Emirates Post Group in collaboration with Abu Dhabi Police, the stamps were printed by Oriental Printing Press in Bahrain. The official release date was 21st November.#emiratesgroup#instagram#abudhabi#stamps#instagrammers#instagrammer#instagrammersgallery#instapic#souvenir#uae#unitedarabemirates#myuae@adpolicehq

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Virat starts a new innings off the pitch and Anushka is set to play the role of a wife in real life.The affinity and the enigmatic relationship between the people of the two most glamorous professions — cricket and Bollywood — in India is no secret.The affaires de coeur between the beautiful Bollywood divas and flamboyant cricketers have often ended up in marriages, barring a few.Not only have the dashing national heroes failed to resist the charm of these femme fatales but also the tinsel town damsels have equally been ensnared by the aura of the most eligible bachelors of the country.#viratkohli#virat#virushka#virushkawedding#viratanushka#anushkasharma#wedding#instagram#instagrammersgallery#instagrammer#cricketlove#instagrammer#glamorous#bollywood@virat.kohli@anushkasharma

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Call it admonition from parents and behavioural experts or self-introspection but Facebook has for the first time admitted that passively scrolling through posts on the social media platform can make people feel worse -- while active engagement on the platform may have the opposite effect.Citing scientific research on well-being and social media, Facebook on Friday highlighted the two sides of using social media -- the good and the bad. "According to the research, it really comes down to how you use the technology," Facebook said in a blog post.For example, on social media, you can passively scroll through posts, much like watching TV, or actively interact with friends -- messaging and commenting on each other's posts. "Just like in person, interacting with people you care about can be beneficial, while simply watching others from the sidelines may make you feel worse," wrote Facebook's Director of Research David Ginsberg and its Research Scientist Moira Burke.The researchers cited one experiment in which University of Michigan students randomly assigned to read Facebook for 10 minutes were in a worse mood at the end of the day than students assigned to post or talk to friends on Facebook.#facebook#socialmedia#socialmediamarketing#facebooking#instagram#instagrammer#instagrammers#instagrammersgallery#instagramer#socialmediaqueen#socialmediastrategy#feelings

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