Where to live in Downtown Dubai

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The Residence at Burj Khalifa is located from levels 19 to 108 in the world's tallest building. These comprise an elegant collection of studios, and one-, two-, three- and four-bedroom units. Unit size is 546 to 2,333 square feet and amenities include state-of-the-art fitness facilities, swimming pools, Jacuzzis, recreation room, private library, cigar club, convenience store and valet parking.

Hrithik all nerves but excited over Agneepath

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The remake of 1990 cult classic Agneepath is long-awaited, but no-one is more nervous than its star, Hrithik Roshan. The actor shared his fears in a press conference at the Armani Hotel in Dubai on Thursday, and was joined by his co-stars Priyanka Chopra and Sanjay Dutt.

A special holiday destination: Dubai

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"I have [seen] on TV the tallest building in Dubai, but nothing can describe the feeling when you [are] under the giant Burj Khalifa or when you see the whole of Dubai from the top," he added. "Dubai has many beautiful places and buildings, but Burj Khalifa was the one I wanted to see."

New Mission: Impossible Ghost Protocol poster

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The film was shot extensively in the UAE, with shoots taking place in and on top of Burj Khalifa, at The Palace hotel, in the streets of Satwa and at a purpose-built set in the International Media Production Zone on Emirates Road. Releasing in the UAE on December 15, the film is expected to be a centrepiece of the Dubai International Film Festival, with Cruise and company rumoured to be in town for a screening.

Dubai Shopping Festival 2011 attractions unveiled

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Dubai Shopping Festival 2011 will open with a spectacular show at the Burj Khalifa Boulevard and the Dubai Creek Park with fireworks to herald the beginning of 32 days of festivities. Al Rigga, Al Seef, Jumeirah Beach Residence, and the Burj Khalifa Boulevard will host a variety of entertainment events throughout DSF to take the celebration to residents and visitors.

Dubai’s key landmarks to go dark during Earth Hour

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The Dubai Electricity and Water Authority on Thursday announced that lights of Burj Khalifa, Dubai Mall, the Address Hotels and Dubai Festival City will be switched off as part of the city's participation in the international event.

Dubai hotels record 80% occupancy in 2013

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Dubai: Hotels in Dubai recorded 80 per cent occupancy in 2013 as the hospitality market absorbed the influx of new hotel supply, according to the latest report by global consultancy Ernst and Young (EY).

Timeline: Emirates Airlines’ incredible journey

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The story of Emirates whose success is intertwined with the rapid development of Dubai could be nothing but fascinating. Against a backdrop of regional unrest and volatile global economies, progress has been maintained at a rapid pace in every year of Emirates’ and Dnata’s existence. The following is a timeline of the airline’s history.

Emaar Malls add fuel to shopping extravaganza

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Emaar Malls Group has unveiled a colourful calendar of events and festive discounts for the 16th edition of DSF. In line with DSF's theme of "One World, One Family, One Festival," the mall will also host roaming entertainment, themed shows and colourful activities including special promotions by leading retailers. Dubai Marina Mall; Souk Al Bahar and the Gold and Diamond Park with 90 retail outlets dedicated to the gold and jewellery trade will also showcase a choice of entertainment events for visitors.

At.mosphere scales new heights with Guinness glory

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Dubai boasts of a number of the world's biggest and tallest structures, not to mention having at least five Guinness world record entries within one square kilometre in Downtown Dubai. The Guinness World Records presented a plaque yesterday recognising ‘At.mosphere' as the world's ‘Highest Restaurant from Ground Level".