A recent business survey released by the telecommunication watchdog, the Telecommunication Regulatory Agency or TRA claims that a large number of firms are satisfied with the kind of services being offered by UAE based telecommunication firms.
The ICT Business Survey 2011shows that around 87 per cent firms are happy with quality of services while 54 per cent people complained about service providers.
Authorities in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) that made it compulsory for people to get register with the national ID card and population register, has said that it would slap fine on those who fails to comply with the orders.
The UAE General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) released monthly report on aviation figures for the month of July. UAE total air traffic movements in July were 58,620 that is 7.3 per cent more than what was reported during the corresponding period last year.
The Senate committee inquiry has censured the deferral of seven medicines in the listing of the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme (PBS) by the Federal Government. The inquiry report has revealed that this decision of the government will affect a large number of people in Australia.
The US Food and Drug Administration have approved the Roche Holding AG's (ROG. VX) skin cancer medicine, Zelboraf that would assist in extending the life of the patients with melanoma.
The makers of the drug have claimed that the Zelboraf drug could provide better benefits then the chemotherapy by treating a gene transmutation, which is generally exposed in most of the patients with the disease.
The Public Health Agency has urged parents to get candid with their children about alcohol.
Most parents and children seem to have a certain barrier between them and that defines the line of what can be spoken of in a home and what not.
There have been fresh protests against the detention system by the mental health professionals.
They have been calling for the end of the indefinite detention of asylum seekers for a while now but they have recently made their protests stronger.
The drive has been joined by a number of nurses, psychiatrists and psychologists. They have come in protest of the policy made by the government and also backed by the opposition. There are debates still being held on the issue and a firm decision is expected to come out soon.
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