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Orange alert for upcoming 3 days in UAE

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NCM issued orange alert for upcoming 3 days in UAE

NCM issued orange alert for upcoming 3 days in UAE. According to the NCM that is The UAE’s National Centre of Meteorology, heavy rainfall can be seen in upcoming three days in the emirate. Even winds with high speeds were also be experienced today. The speed of the wind was around 45Kmph.

Orange alert for rains has been issued for some parts of the country. By orange alert, the UAE’s National Centre of Meteorology means that extremely bad weather is expected. Therefore, the people living around those areas should follow all the advices that have been issued by the authorities.

The NCM ahs also issued yellow alerts for some other areas. Also, the Police of Abu Dhabi has requested motorists to avoid driving for sometime due to heavy rains.

NCM issued orange alert for upcoming 3 days in UAE: yellow alert for other areas

NCM issued orange alert for upcoming 3 days in UAE. Last week also, record breaking rainfall was noticed in the eastern parts of the country. Those areas are still recovering from the damage the flood have caused to them. Damaged roads can be seen in the flooded parts. Seven people lost their lives at the same time. People are also trying to recover from their property and othe infrastructure loss.

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The UAE’s National Centre of Meteorology, in its weather forecast, has warned the residents as convective clouds that were already present in the east may now extend to southern part of the country as well. According to them, from August 1, winds of high speeds can also be experienced.

The NCM also said that the heavy rainfall will be experienced in southern as well as eastern parts over the upcoming three days. However, cloudy conditions can even last for a week or so.

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Roads are opened after two days of the flood

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Roads are opened after two days of the flood

UAE: Finally!! Key Roads are opened after two days of the flood. The route that comes from Khorfakkan’s side was closed as it was raining heavily. However, the situation is under control now. Therefore, the roads has been opened for normal functioning.

On Sunday, it was announced by the Ministry of Interior that the Fujairah-Qidfa Ring Road will now be reopened. Two days earlier, the road was closed because of floods in some parts of the emirate.

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Roads are opened after two days of the flood: the two key roads are reopened

One of the key roads that is coming from Khorfakkan to Fujairah had been closed. At the same time, the main road that heads to the Al Quraiyyah area was also closed on both the directions. Now, both these roads are opened after two days of the flood.

The UAE has witnessed adverse weather conditions for two days. The Arab country experienced record breaking rainfall. The citizens were forced to evaucuate and leave their houses for the same reason. The rain was majorly seen in the Northern and Eastern parts of the country. This has undoubtedly affected the infrastructure of the emirate as well.

The emirate experienced non stop rain for two days. As a result, 255.2 mm of rainwater was recorded at the Fujairah’s port station. Undoubtedly, this is the highest amount of rain water that has been measured at the place during the month of July for past twenty seven years. Thereby, the port station of Fujairah is impacted by these rain and floods the most.

Police jeeps and military tanks were also used to carry people from their houses to safer places. The people who were stranded at their work place were also helped by the cops. Finally, the situation is under control now and the emirate is trying to do all the needed thing to make everything normal again.

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July 30 will be a holiday for private sector

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July 30 will be a holiday for private sector employees

UAE: July 30 will be a holiday for private sector employees. This is indeed a good news for all the private sector employees. The announcement has been made that Saturday, July 30, will be an official holiday on the occasion of Islamic new year.

According to the Islamic calendar, Muharram is the first week of the year. However, it has been mentioned that July 30 will be a holiday for private sector employees. Also, the holiday will be considered as a paid holiday.

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July 30 will be a holiday for private sector employees: MoHRE

The Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation (MoHRE) mentioned this along with the decree that has been issued by the UAE Cabinet. The announcement has been made so that the list of official holidays of private as well as public sector in 2021 and 2022 can be made unified. Thereby, all the Expatriates as well as Emiratis those are working in private sectors and government departments will have holidays on same days. This simply means that they will have same official working days and same holidays for both religious as well as national events.

Interestingly, the lunar system is the basis of the Islamic new year. However, the Gregorian new year is entirely based on the solar system. According to the Islaminc calendar, Muharram is the first month of the year.

The Islamic new year is also known as the Arabic new year and the Hijri new year. Ibrahim Al Jarwan who is the member of the International Union for Astronomy and Space Sciences also said that the Arabic new year will commence from July 30th this year.

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Over 1,700 fines have been issued by Dubai Police

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Over 1,700 fines have been issued by Dubai Police

UAE: Recently, over 1,700 fines have been issued by Dubai Police. The fines have been issued for driving vehicles which are not safe. Police offficers are aiming for a summer with almost no accidents. Therefore, they are also sharing tips and ideas to avert vehicle fires.

From January 2022 to ill now, the Dubai Police has issued around 1,704 fines to automobilists that were caught driving motorbikes. These motorbikes were not all unservicable vehicles and thus are not considered to be safe for driving.

During these same months, the cops also caught around 2,215 motorists that were driving motorbikes that do not fulfil the safety requirements. Also, 2,166 cases related to malfunctioning tyres were also addressed.

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Over 1,700 fines and an advisory have been issued by Dubai Police: vehicle maintainance is must

The Dubai Police is awaring as well as urging the citizens to maintain their vehicles. The vehicles should be damage free and the damage parts of the vehicle should also be repaired. These protocols have been mentioned in the advisory issued by the Dubai Police. Thereby, each and every motorist in the country has to take care of these things esepecially in the burning temperatues during summers.

Residents are also urged to get their vehicles well maintained from agencies that are trustworthy. They can also get the maintainance of their vehicles done from body shops. The acting director of the General Directorate of Traffic of Dubai, Colonel Jumma Salem bin Suwaidan, said that there are mostly two reasons that are responsible for the vehicle fires. These are neglected maintainance of vehicles by the people as well as getting the vehicles repaired from untrustworthy vehicle repair shops.

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