Apr 01, 2013
With only a week until the academic year begins, parents are urging the education authority to sanction an increase in class sizes to cope with the crisis. Read Article Crisis in Abu Dhabi's Indian schools as 100s of children turned away
May 21, 2012
Teenager's 99.5% is highest scorer in the history of Indian School Certificate exam, which was taken by more than 100,000 students this year. Read Article Dubai student breaks Indian exam record
Feb 19, 2012
School children in the UAE are dramatising Indian folk tales as part of an effort to preserve their heritage. Read Article India's ancient fables dance into life in modern Dubai
Jan 29, 2012
Thousands of parents gathered yesterday to see whether their children would have places at the Abu Dhabi Indian School for the new academic year. Read Article Education becomes luck of the draw
Jan 23, 2012
Unemployed father says Dh6,100 grant brought welcome relief. Read Article Dad tells of relief brought by aid with daughter's schooling
Dec 29, 2011
Officials at the school in Sharjah have confirmed that two arrests were made after a child was molested aboard one of their school buses. Read Article School bus conductor held over 'sex attack'
Oct 03, 2011
On the anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi's birthday, students participated in a quiz contest to learn more about the non-violent leader. Read Article Children mark Gandhi's birthday with quiz
Jun 07, 2011
Who grants school fee increases across the seven emirates? Read Article How do regulations for school fee requests work?
Parents can raise complaints about school fees to the education authority as part of a survey. Read Article Adec seeks opinions of parents
Controls required to help guard against a repeat of the boom and bust cycle in the Dubai property market, Masood Ahmed, the director of the IMF’s Middle East and Central Asia Department, said. IMF official urges caution amid resurgence in Dubai property
With Muslim families, you must say "mashallah" with every compliment lest someone think you are jealous and have the evil eye. Mashallah: what it means, when to say it and why you should
Some warn of a return to the dark days of 2006 and 2007, but Sunni political pragmatism may show a peaceful way forward. Analysis by Iraq historian Reidar Visser
How Iraq can pull back from the brink
Pain in lower back forces world No 2 to look beyond second grand slam tournament in the calendar year. Andy Murray pulls out of French Open through injury
The cruise industry is no closer to winning a reprieve on entry visas in the Emirates despite a drive to boost tourism numbers. Visa costs slow tide of cruise visitors to the UAE
From Morocco to Lebanon and Turkey, the musical festival scene is thriving in the region, offering eclectic acts and stunning scenery.
Our guide to this summer's Middle Eastern music festivals
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