A South African woman has been found with 40 small pouches of narcotic drugs inside her body at the Hyderabad airport.
The lady was posing as being pregnant when she was held by Narcotics Control Board (NCB) officials on Sunday. The 32 year old women named Mosiea Moosa was aboard on an Emirates flight from Dubai.
The doctors at the government-run Osmania General Hospital, who had recovered 16 packets till late Sunday night, extracted 24 more packets on Monday. The pouches recovered so far are estimated to contain 450 grams of narcotic drug, suspected to be cocaine. This is estimated to be valued at Rs. 1 crore in the international market.
The woman had difficulty in walking and when questioned by NCB sleuths, she claimed to be seven months pregnant. However, the officials felt suspicious by her travel pattern over the last few days. The South African national was first taken to a corporate hospital near the airport, where she admitted that packets of narcotics were concealed in her body. She was later shifted to Osmania Hospital and kept under medical supervision. A series of tests were conducted by doctors. The hospital authorities clarified that no surgery was conducted.
Moosa, who had concealed the narcotic substance in her belly and uro-genital tract, was given laxatives to naturally extract the pouches. A hospital official said more tests were being conducted to know if there are more sachets of drugs in her body.
Investigations by the NCB revealed that Mosiea flew to Dubai from Johannesburg on August 23. The next day, she landed in Sao Paulo City, Brazil. She returned to Dubai on August 28 and from there took a flight to Hyderabad.
The officials suspect that the woman procured the contraband from Brazil and managed to smuggle it into Dubai. The NCB sleuths were questioning the woman to identify the person or people to whom she was to deliver the drugs.
With the shimmering lights of the Burj Khalifa and the famous Pam Jumeriah Island Dubai has been lately attracting a lot of people around the world. Not only these but also a number of extreme sports in Dubai is creating as sensation of chill and thrill among the people. Dubai has never failed to win over many hearts through its mesmerizing architectural buildings which gets lit as the sun sets by. A land with the towering skyscrapers, warm seas and endless deserts you will never have enough of this place.
Dubai offers you a list of various adventure sports to bring out the fears within you. So bring out the daredevil in you as you try some of the most satisfying activities in Dubai. Each location in Dubai has something special for you. Feel the thrill and pump up the adrenaline as you try out the exhilarating dune bashing. Try bungee jumping from the highest feet like you have never imagined before. This time make your summer the most exciting and memorable one with these amazing activities.
Here are 5 adventure sports that will give you an adrenaline rush to your spines.
Dubai has been one of the best destination place not only for me but for everyone for adventure sports. Skydiving in Dubai is famous as it covers the beautiful Dubai skyline as you dive through the sky. It’s the ultimate adrenaline rush. This activity can be done all year round. Feel the thrill of the wind speeding through your entire body. With all the necessary training and safety instructions given by a qualified and professional instructor before you take your flight, and with all the equipment provided this experience leaves you breathless but smiling from ear to ear. Skydive Dubai is located near the luxurious man-made island, The Palm Jumeirah, and the Dubai Marina.
With access to relatively gentle waters all year round, kayaking is a burgeoning sport that’s captured the imagination of the UAE’s fun-seekers. With regularly organized trips, great scenic spots and no lack of fellow enthusiasts, kayaking can get you into shape in a fun and friendly way. There are essentially three kinds of kayaks; the closed deck, the ‘sit-on-top’ and the inflatable. The sport uses a lot of upper body muscles, so it’s great for anyone looking to gain strength in that area. Single capacity kayaks range from around Dhs2,500 to Dhs4,000.
When in Dubai, bungee jumping is one of adventure sport activity you cannot miss out on. You can try out your adventure skills in several locations in Dubai and some of them are at the Gravity Zone, it specializes in adventure activities like this. Bungee jumps are also popular in Dubai Kartdrome in Motor City. The place has attracted for 500 jumpers since its inception in 2012. You can experience a jump of over 50 meters and you need to ensure you are not above 120 kg for this activity. Bungee Jumping is located at Gravity Zone and Motor City. Single jump can be availed at 339 AED and a Tandem Jump will be priced at 499 AED depending on the location of the activity.
Scuba diving in Dubai gives you the opportunity to explore the underwater life of the sea animals in the Arabian Gulf. Rich in bio-diversity, it is a home to several species of fishes and is a paradise for underwater photographers. Several hotels, as well as tour agencies, have scuba diving packages for scuba diving novices and professionals too. Explore the lagoon’s stunning underwater world, home to 65,000 marine habitats. A view where you get to see live rays, sharks, and shoals of exotic fish as you drift around the phony ruins. As Dubai has no natural diving location, the Gulf is the only diving location used by many companies and schools. Approximate price for scuba diving ranges from 150 AED to 200 AED depending on the level applied for from advanced to beginners.
Dubai has the world record in the longest zip lining activity. It is 1800 feet above the Dubai fountains, which takes 40 seconds to complete a zip line, at a speed of 60-70kmph. You must be at least 10 years of age and 130cm tall if you want to take part in it. It starts from Emaar Boulevard, a 90-metre long residential building and ends on the top of the Dubai Mall. You come across various iconic structures and breathtaking views of the city as you fly by.
Though there are forsure many but here we present to you the some handful of success stories of Muslim women in modern world. Totally independant and unbounded, they have carved a niche for themselves in many fields through their creativity, talent and self - belief
Not everyone is following rigid fundamentalism these days. In 2017, people and specially some inspiring Muslim women are embracing freedom and individuality through their inspirational work in global markets. Be it fashion, lifestyle,sports or politics- they are setting standards in every domain, breaking stereotypes all the way long!
Have a look at the success stories of these leading Muslim ladies and what they believe in.
Dubai based fashion entrepreneur Saufeeya is a global figure appearing in many fashion magazines. Being the co-owner of Modest Route, shehas re- branded Modest fashion in a very stylised manner grabbing the attention of 2million followers on instagram page. She is frequently mentioned in Vogue or Teen Vogue under the trademark of her bold, daring and contemporary outfits made for modern age Muslim woman. This trendsetter with her avant garde style has been revolutionizing Islamic modest clothing in world.
Carolyn hit the headlines when she was sworn in with the Quran back in 2015, becoming the first ever New York City Civil court judge to do so. She bravely stood up to the backlash that resulted later but her strong act inspired many Muslim women around the world. It somehow relieved them from communal stigmatization that they go through.
Linda, a Palestinian- American civil rights activist, is popularly known for her key role in helping to organize the 2017 Women’s March in Washington.It was a public demonstartion led by women coming together from all walks of life. With her resolute, Linda instilled in a belief in thousands of women to fight for their vanity,esteem and rights.
it is hard to imagine a female road racer/motocross rider and being a Muslim woman makes it a rare case, but Behnaz is exactly that. Born in Iran- a country where women are not allowed for exercising such liberties and are often ridiculed for their driving skills, Behnaz enjoys the fact that many men cannot do the stunts she performs with ease and confidence on her motorbike. She is the only Iranian female to be involved in road racing professionally challenging the preconceived notions of the society in regard to women.
Known for her fashion blogs, Ruma recently got mentioned on the Twitter page of H&M where she was applauded for her distinctive panache that voice traditional modesty. According to her the haute hijab empowers feminine sensibility.Being a dreamer as well as achiever, she looks forward to inspire her followers with stories and lessons learned from her life by using social media to promote the art of fashion.
Halima is a model known for being the first Somali-American Muslim woman to take part in a beauty pageant donning a hijab.With all grace and modesty she hit news by reaching the semifinals of Minnesota USA pageant. She even graced the fashion runway for Kanye West at his show Yeezy season 5. Keeping at bay all Muslim stereotypes, this flamboyant model appeared on the front cover of Allure, wearing a Nike hijab with a caption saying, “This is American Beauty.”
As a YouTuber and blogger, Shahd’s focus is mainly on providing viewers with her own original tips on how to attain healthy skin or apply makeup. Sudanese by birth but now living in Minneapolis, her tutorial videos are popularly hitting the internet since 2014. They were recently rehashed and showcased via her new sleek channel. From wearing a classic head-wrap and making pen perfect eyebrows, to her very personal stories with regard to the Hijab, she has been earnestly devoting herself to portray Hijab as a motif of modern age accessory.
Sharmeen has been mentioned by esteemed Time magazine as one of the 100 most influential people in the world. A Muslim woman filmmaker, journalist and activist born in Pakistan, most of her films highlight the inequalities that women face. She has received two Academy awards, six Emmy and Lux Style award for her bold vision. Even the Pakistani government has honored her with the second highest civilian honor of the country, the Hilal-i-Imtiaz for her dauntless contribution to films.
These handful examples of empowering, influential and compelling Muslim women express a great deal- to come out of the shackles of a society that restricts you and your creative energies.Not just to the Muslim women of today, they are inspirational for all women who seek for self – actualization.
New Delhi, May 26, 2017: UAE-based Indian artist Akbar Saheb says he is honored to be part of a new book based on Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s speeches broadcast on radio program ‘Mann ki Baat’.
Akbar has done the 11 illustrations in the book — apart from the one on the cover.
The book, which deals with topics as diverse as Swachh Bharat Abhiyan and bonds of humanity, was unveiled on Friday at Rashtrapati Bhavan here in the presence of President Pranab Mukherjee.
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The illustrations, made using waterproofing ink as a medium for artwork on paper, are themed around the Prime Minister’s different speeches, each giving out a positive message to the public.
“This is a huge honour for me; I feel extremely fortunate to be part of the book ‘Mann ki Baat’, which, as a radio programme, has been a social revolution, giving voice to thousands of Indians,” the 54-year-old artist said.
Born in Mangalore in Karnataka, the artist has been living in Dubai for the past 22 years.
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Akbar had earlier done a series of 12 paintings themed on the Prime Minister and his achievements over 12 years, which were also exhibited in Baroda in Gujarat in early 2015.
“I have been reading about Modi for 15 years but met him only in August 2015 when he visited the UAE. He left an indeliable impression on me as a people’s person. I’m humbled that he remembered me and I am mentioned as his well-wisher in the book,” Akbar added. (IANS)