The Tamil community (an ethnic group from the southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu) is a burgeoning one in the UAE. This could be seen by Etisalat’s off peak call rates to Tamil Nadu announced on the Tamil New Year day on April 14. Tamil Sandhai is a niche supermarket catering entirely to the Tamil community in the UAE.
In the Dubai world of bank eats bank credit card offers, here’s a new one on the scene with a better interest rate and hopefully better deals and service since they are new. I got in touch with Gerald for balance transfers on cards from big banks with killing interest rates. Finance House’s low interest rates will keep my head above choppy credit waters for awhile.
You can choose 3 of the most frequently dialled international numbers and get a 20% discount on calls made during peak and off peak hours. A monthly subscription of Dhs.20/- is applied. Click to enlarge the image below and get all the details.
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Should employers give priority to Nationals? Share your opinion at www.UaeLabourLaw.net
If you ask me, yes…as this is their country!
I know a friend who has splurged more than Dhs.6,000/- on a Nikon Digital SLR and accessories. He has already upgraded his camera once and still intends to get more powerful Nikon versions. He calls his obsession – NAS – Nikon Acquisition Syndrome, a term coined by Nikon enthusiasts.
Well, this weekly Emirates Today competition could be a way to get a return on his investment.
A tip: One doesnt have to spend a fortune..for as little as Dhs.250/- to Dhs.500/- one can get 6 megapixels and above digital cameras of the Touchmate, Yashica variety and they serve the purpose beautifully too! My friend has found the daylight picture quality of my Dhs.250/- Touchmate 6MP digital camera to be the same as his Dhs.6,000 Nikon. So go ahead, if you have the interest and inclination for photography…you dont have to let it hurt your pockets!