Arbitration Best-suited Resolution Mechanism for Globalized World: Chief Justice of India
ICA hosts fourth edition of its ‘International Conference on Arbitration’ in Dubai
Dubai, March 19, 2022:Hon’ble Chief Justice of India (CJI), Mr N.V. Ramana today said that the globalized world demands embracing a dispute redressal mechanism that is acceptable and fair to everyone. Shri Ramana was speaking at the International Conference on ‘Arbitration in the Era of Globalization (4th Edition) organised by the Indian Council of Arbitration (ICA). “Fairness demands a platform where both parties get an equal say in the resolution of their dispute. This is where International Arbitration comes into play. Arbitration is the best suited dispute resolution mechanism for the globalized world,” added Mr. Ramana.
Bodour Al Qasimi discusses cultural cooperation with the Governor General of Canada
Sharjah, March 19, 2022
Bodour Al Qasimi, President of the International Publishers Association (IPA), met on Friday at the House of Wisdom (HoW), Her Excellency the Right Honourable Mary Simon, the Governor General of Canada; her spouse, His Excellency Whit Grant Fraser; and HE Marcy Grossman, Ambassador of Canada to the UAE; in the presence of HE Fahad Saeed Al Raqbani, UAE Ambassador to Canada; Ahmed Obaid Al Qaseer, Acting CEO of Sharjah Investment and Development Authority (SHUROOQ) and Marwa Al Aqroubi, Director, House of Wisdom.
AJMAN T20 CUP – Delhi Bulls v Ajman Heroes (match 11)
Abdul Shakoor’s half century helps Delhi Bulls – Future Mattress bulldoze his team to victory in the 11th match of the AJMAN T20 CUP powered By SKY EXCHANGE.NET
Abdul Shakoor’s elegant half century helped Delhi Bulls – Future Mattress bulldoze his team to an impressive 54-runs win over Ajman Heroes in the 11th match of the AJMAN T20 CUP powered By SKY EXCHANGE.NET at the Malek Stadium on Friday night. His knock of 64 off 45 balls studded with eight boundaries lifted Delhi Bulls – Future Mattress to 161 for 9 and helped Ajman Heroes to be restricted to 107 runs.
India eyeing USD 100 bn from media & entertainment sector by 2030
Task force on the ‘Animation, Visual Effects, Gaming, and Comics’ (AVGC) sector to make India the ‘Workshop of the world’: Secretary I&B
DUBAI, March 18, 2022: India’s Ministry of Information and Broadcasting (I&B) Secretary, Shri Apurva Chandra today said that the country aims to make the media & entertainment a USD 100 billion sector by 2030. “The M&E sector, one of the fastest growing sectors in India, is currently at USD 28 billion and we aim to make it USD 100 billion by 2030, growing at a cumulative rate of close to 12 percent every year,” said Shri Chandra.