No traveling to work on a crowded bus or sitting in traffic; no boss shouting in your ear telling you what to do (and what not to); in fact, no need to get off the couch until mid day. Freelancing does come with a large number of benefits but it isn’t an easy option.
If I had my way, I would right now be in India, enjoying the rains and the greenery around. But I am stuck here in Dubai – so I might as well do something about the situation, and enjoy!
How do you get freelance work at home jobs? In this article we are going to discuss a couple of methods you can go about promoting yourself and getting freelance jobs.
Bahrainâ€™s Akhbar Al Khaleej newspaper reappeared today after a one-day ban imposed by the authorities. â€œOfficial authorities have issued directives lifting the ban,â€ Bahrain News Agency said. The newspaper was earlier suspended for reasons related to the Press law, a report said. Akhbar Al Khaleej, first published in 1976, is the oldest newspaper in the country. A publishing ban on Bahrain’s oldest newspaper was overturned on Monday, after it had been shut down after it published an article claiming that Iran’s hardline president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad may be Jewish.
DIT Group, part of the Saudi giant Dabbagh Group announced yesterday officially that it’s closing down operations of DIT Group. I have been associated with DIT Group for over 4 years now and have seen it grow year after year. I started off as a Sr. Writer and ended my stint at DIT as a Managing Editor, handing the entire technology portfolio, consisting of the world-renowned tech magazine – PC Magazine. Apart from PC Magazine, technology portfolio at DIT Group consists of Arabian Reseller, Tech@Home, Tech@Work, and various other supplements. The announcement of shutting down PC Magazine is highly unfortunate. Rest in peace, PC Magazine Middle and Near East…
The United Arab Emiratesâ€™ new proposed media law, recently approved by the Federal National Council (FNC), is causing a stir among press freedom groups and journalist circles. The Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) has appealed to the UAEâ€™s Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed, urging him to reject the law, which the group warns would harm press freedom in the UAE.
Wow! I really can’t stop at being amazed at daily changes in rules and laws (official and governmental) in this part of the world. Of course I am talking about UAE in general and Dubai in particular. It was just a few months ago that the starting fare for taking a taxi from Sharjah to Dubai was increased to AED20 with by the Road and Transport Authority (RTA).