He had been working at a private company in Dammam, Saudi Arabia for over 20 years. He would visit his family once or twice a year and would return to his job after a month-long break each time. “He had come eight months ago and had brought us all presents and sweets. Little did we know it would be that last time,” said his brother. … [Read more...] about Pudukottai man dies of COVID-19 in Saudi Arabia
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NEW DELHI: A new formation is emerging in the Islamic World and OIC as Pakistan in a selfish move have decided to get further closer to Turkey and widen ties with Malaysia at the cost of its old ties with Saudi Arabia and UAE — who had bankrolled Islamabad for decades. This was reflected at the last week’s OIC meet at UN where Turkey once again threw its weight behind Pakistan’s rant against India — Islamophobia. However, UAE backed India and others gave tacit support to India at the meet. Turkey under its President has been challenging Saudi Arabia’s decade old dominance in the Islamic world and with Riyadh developing multi-faceted with India Islamabad in a desperate step has moved closer to Ankara to pursue its anti-India agenda. Simultaneously UAE’s ties with India encompasses areas and sectors unimaginable few years back. In late September 2019, the Turkish President, then Malaysian prime minister Mahathir Mohamad and Pakistani Prime Minister … [Read more...] about Is Pakistan dumping traditional allies Saudi-UAE for their support to India ?
MANGALURU: With no Vande Bharat mission to Althaf Ullal, managing director of Saad Al Qahtani Contracting (SAQCO), and company CEO Basheer Sagar are awaiting permission from the Indian government for the flight, which will bring the passengers to The flight is estimated to cost Rs 45 lakh. Trip coordinators said an evacuation flight home would cost at least Rs 20,000 per ticket and many of those stranded could not afford it in these circumstances. ‘We are awaiting govt nod to fly’We have identified needy passengers and are awaiting the government’s nod to fly,” said Asif, founder of Team B- Human, who is coordinating the operation from Mangaluru. “After the Covid-19 outbreak, NRIs suffered a lot and helping them is our utmost responsibility. When they were running businesses successfully or had jobs, they used to contribute wholeheartedly to development activities back home and actively participated in them too. The support extended by Althaf Ullal and … [Read more...] about Two Mangaluru businessmen in Saudi to fly 167 home
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LONDON: OPEC oil output hit the lowest in two decades in May as Saudi Arabia and other members started to deliver a record supply cut, a Reuters survey found, although Nigeria and Iraq are laggards in making their share of the reduction.On average, the 13-member Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries pumped 24.77 million barrels per day (bpd) this month, the survey found, down 5.91 million bpd from April's revised figure.OPEC and its allies last month agreed to an output cut to offset a slump in demand and prices caused by the coronavirus crisis. An easing of government lockdowns and lower supply have helped oil prices more than double compared with a 21-year low below $16 a barrel in April. "OPEC has made a strong start in May with its latest production cut, lowering supply by 5 million bpd versus April," Daniel Gerber, chief executive of Petro-Logistics, which assesses OPEC supply by tracking tanker shipments, told Reuters."However, compliance is far from perfect. With … [Read more...] about OPEC delivers three quarters of record oil cut in May: survey