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PM Modi condoles death of UAE vice president’s son Sheikh Rashid

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New Delhi, India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi on 20th September , Sunday wrote to UAE Vice President Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al-Maktoum, consoling the death of his son Sheikh Rashid bin Mohammed Al-Maktoum.

“I am deeply saddened to learn about the sudden and untimely demise of your worthy son Sheikh Rashid bin Mohammed Al-Maktoum,” Modi said in a statement issued here.

“With his passing away, a promising public career has been tragically cut short. In this hour of personal grief, our thoughts and prayers are with you, your family and people of UAE. The people of India join their UAE brothers and sisters in mourning this irreparable loss,” the prime minister said in his letter.

Sheikh Rashid was the eldest son of Sheikh Mohammed, the UAE’s vice president, prime minister and ruler of Dubai.

(IANS)

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Warning for WhatsApp Users in UAE Issued: Report

"Mobile users were urged to take precaution before opening attached files and links in messages as they can be harmful and allow hackers to access their account, read their messages and have access to their photos,"

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The UAE Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRA) has warned WhatsApp users not to reply to code verification messages unless it was triggered by them.

“Mobile users should not share the verification code that is sent to them by SMS, otherwise, their account will be compromised. Many WhatsApp accounts were hacked this way, and subscribers lost all their details,” the TRA said in a statement, according to a report in the Gulf News.

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According to reports, hackers have sent out fake messages in English as well as French. One of the messages read: “Code WhatsApp: 592-374. Appuyez sur ce lien pour confirmer votre compte…”

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“Mobile users were urged to take precaution before opening attached files and links in messages as they can be harmful and allow hackers to access their account, read their messages and have access to their photos,” the report added. (IANS)