This is not an ideal scenario to be in, for sure. It seems like the best way out for now is to take up one of the offers you have in India and then explain why you did so in your application. If you are working in the sales function for an electronics or tech company, the transition is easier to explain. Going back to the UAE now does not seem like an option, as the available opportunities are not worth taking up and you have already tried hard to find whatever was possible. As you have not held a job for a while, if you let the India opportunities too pass you will only end up widening the length of time that you have not held a job, which will be a negative.
The positives in your profile are that you have some work experience outside your home country. At the same time, you also come from a technical background, which can often be an over-represented pool. You should try and ensure that you have a good overall GMAT score (aim for 700+) to help bolster your overall parameters, else you will find it difficult to find favor at the top 30-40 US schools.
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