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BBNers - International Experiences Thread - Sharing Global Information & ExperiencesViews: 492
Oct 27, 2006 7:46 am re: re: Ahlan Dubai!

Shivaji Jammalmadugu

There are many aspects towards living in UAE. Have a look at the recent debate on this subject.
http://www.ryze.com/posttopic.php?topicid=759878&confid=662

Nevertheless, living in UAE is good and most of Indians love to be part of it. There are many reasons and some of them are:

i. Over 1 million Indians in UAE (total population 4 million)

ii. Locals speak Hindi to an Indian most of the time (I dont think this exists anywhere else in the world)

iii. Indians are considered to be hardworking, spice loving, intelligent breed (there are exceptions where they consider Indians as cheap)

iv. Maximum schools are Indian or management is Indian

v. Climate is similar to many parts of India except the two hot months of summer (for Bangaloreans UAE summer is 6 months)

vi. Everything available in India is available here

vii. Pubs apart we can buy the best quality stuff from Duty Free at 1/5th or 1/10th price we pay in India ;-D

viii.Dubai Police, in my experience is the BEST when it comes to dealing with people

ix. Highly secured for all ages of people. One can leave laptop, cash, gold, mobiles etc in car and it stays there for days

x. Culture is cosmopolitan where attitude is to enjoy life without hurting others. People are mostly freindly.


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