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PM Narendra Modi offers $1-trillion investment opportunity to UAE

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Abu Dhabi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday urged top UAE businesses to invest in India, saying the country provides a $1 trillion potential.

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Addressing an investors meet in Masdar City, a zero carbon city, Modi also promised to erase the deficit of prime ministerial interactions of the past 34 years. Indira Gandhi was the last prime minister to visit in 1981.

He said that though there are 700 flights between India and the UAE but it took 34 years for an Indian prime minister to visit, adding: “I promise this will not happen again.”

He said in India’s agriculture sector, “we need cold storage network and warehousing network where UAE businesses have an advantage”.

“Infrastructure development and real estate offer tremendous opportunities for UAE businesses in India,” he added.

Modi said he was told about some problems being faced by UAE businesspersons and added: “I want to assure we are solving these problems.”

He said he will send the commerce minister to try and find solutions to the problems being faced by some UAE investors.

He said that “UAE’s power and India’s potential can make the dream of an Asian Century a reality”.

“It is now commonly believed that India is one of the fastest growing economies. There are several opportunities of development in India. I feel India is a land of many opportunities. The 125 crore people of India are not a market but they are a source of great strength,” he said.

(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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FILE - The WhatsApp app logo is seen on a smartphone in this picture illustration. VOA

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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WhatsApp on a smartphone device. Pixabay

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)

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