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Today’s Buzz – May 28, 2014

Timely water solutions need of the hour: PM
Arab countries should work together to overcome the challenges in the availability of water by developing long-lasting, effective and affordable solutions, HE the Prime Minister and Interior Minister Sheikh Abdullah bin Nasser bin Khalifa al-Thani said yesterday while opening the Second Arab Water Conference in Doha.
The three-day conference, held under his patronage of the Prime Minister, has the theme “Towards Rational Management of Water Resources in Arab Countries- Sustainable and Creative Solutions to meet current challenges”. It is attended by some ministers and several senior officials and other policymakers from across the Arab region.
[Source: Gulf Times]

Indian schools may reschedule timings
With the mercury soaring to unexpected highs in May, all Indian school officials in the country are consulting each other, to shorten the schooling hours as quickly as possible.
All these schools have already stopped outdoor activities.
[Source: Gulf Times]

29 died in road mishaps last month
Some 29 people died in road accidents last month, up from barely 13 in the previous month of March, official figures show.
Most deaths (9) occurred in the north of the country, followed by the Industrial Area (6), Madinat Khalifa (4) and in the south of the country (also 4).
According to figures released by the Ministry of Development Planning and Statistics for April 2014, two deaths were caused in Al Rayyan and Al Mamoura each.
[Source: The Peninsula]

Shops booked for selling ‘fake’ mobile phones
The Consumer Protection Department at the Ministry of Economy and Commerce has booked several shops for selling mobile phones with misleading information about the country of manufacturing.
The mobile handsets belonging to a reputed brand were being sold with claims that they were manufactured in Finland, despite the fact that the country has stopped producing it, the Department said in statement yesterday. The handsets were in fact made in China.
[Source: The Peninsula]

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