Gulf Times - Abu-Dhabi
UK regulatory body flays Abu Dhabi TV Channel for violations

UK regulatory body flays Abu Dhabi TV Channel for violations

The National Human Rights Committee (NHRC) welcomed on Monday the decision of the UK Office of Communications (Ofcom) condemning Abu Dhabi TV channel for broadcasting an interview ...

NHRC hails Ofcom decision to censure Abu Dhabi channel

NHRC hails Ofcom decision to censure Abu Dhabi channel

The National Human Rights Committee (NHRC) has welcomed the decision of the Office of Communications of the United Kingdom (Ofcom) to condemn Abu Dhabi TV channel ...

Abu Dhabi Sports Channel fails to show Doha opening ceremony, marathon event

Abu Dhabi Sports Channel fails to show Doha opening ceremony, marathon event

Abu Dhabi Sports Channel, which has the exclusive broadcasting rights for the IAAF World Athletics Championships Doha 2019, has not telecast the opening ceremony of the event or the start of the marathon ...

Paris Louvre apologises for Abu Dhabi map distortion

Paris Louvre apologises for Abu Dhabi map distortion

The Louvre Museum in Paris has apologised for the omission of Qatar in a map exhibited by the Abu Dhabi Louvre Museum and opened an investigation into the geographical distortion that had led to widespread condemnation.

UAE’s omission of Qatar from map draws flak

UAE’s omission of Qatar from map draws flak

The unjust gesture from the United Arab Emirates (UAE) of omitting Qatar from a map exhibited at the recently opened Louvre Museum in Abu Dhabi, has drawn widespread condemnation.

Oman sees oil price trading within $65-$70 range

Oman sees oil price trading within $65-$70 range

Oman's current production was around 965,000 to 970,000 barrels per day, he said, complying with the global oil production cut agreement.

Houthis say missile fired towards Abu Dhabi nuclear reactor

Houthis say missile fired towards Abu Dhabi nuclear reactor

The Iran-aligned Houthis control much of northern Yemen and had said Abu Dhabi, a member of the Saudi-led coalition fighting against them since 2015, was a target for their missiles.

Pakistan mark Sri Lanka return with Twenty20 win

Pakistan mark Sri Lanka return with Twenty20 win

The third and final Twenty20 match, which Pakistan comfortably won by 36 runs at Gaddafi stadium in Lahore, was Sri Lanka's first since their team bus was attacked near the same venue in March 2009.

Pakistan should trust in youth says Malik

Pakistan should trust in youth says Malik

Pakistan's experienced batsman Shoaib Malik believes youngsters should be given the chance to carry a winning momentum into the second day-night international against Sri Lanka in Abu Dhabi on Monday.

'World's heaviest woman' dies in Abu Dhabi hospital

'World's heaviest woman' dies in Abu Dhabi hospital

A team of more than 20 doctors had been caring for Eman Ahmed Abd El Aty since her arrival at Burjeel Hospital in May.

Abu Dhabi takes over operating Port of Fujairah

Abu Dhabi takes over operating Port of Fujairah

Abu Dhabi Ports has signed a 35-year concession to develop and manage the Port of Fujairah, the state-owned company said on Tuesday, two months after Dubai-owned DP World's contract ended there.

'World's heaviest woman' leaves Indian hospital after surgery

'World's heaviest woman' leaves Indian hospital after surgery

An Egyptian once believed to be the 'world's heaviest woman' left an Indian hospital on Thursday for the United Arab Emirates where she will continue treatment following drastic weight-loss surgery, doctors said.