Wednesday, September 26, 2018

Bahrain

Bahrain withdraws book misnaming Arabian Gulf

A foreign company had to apologise after it misnamed the Arabian Gulf in a textbook commissioned by the Ministry of Education. Under the deal, the...

Bahrain: Indian expat murdered by Arab man – Arrested

An Indian expat, Abdul Nahas, was found murdered in his apartment in Hoora last Tuesday evening. After investigations, an Arab man was detained, who...

Bahrain is the fastest growing economy in GCC

Bahrain has emerged as the fastest growing economy in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) helped by a 3.9 per cent growth in real GDP,...

Bahrain to further open economy to foreign firms

Bahrain has reportedly approved plans for foreign companies to set up subsidiaries which will be able to do business without local partners.The country's Cabinet,...

Pakistani family struggles with Bahraini citizenship

A family of Pakistani origin who have been residing in Bahrain for the past 56 years, is seeking the sympathy of His Majesty King...

Bahrain: Expats protest for unpaid salaries

Labourers of a private contracting company held a protest march towards the Labour Court yesterday over the non-payment of their salaries.The labourers, mainly from...

24th World Islamic Banking Conference to highlight how effective leverage of...

The first day of the conference will see a key panel session comprising leading banking technology experts deliberating on the growing need for Islamic...

Is Bahrain hotel sector going through a rough time?

The latest report by analytics firm STR has revealed some troubling numbers regarding Bahrain’s hotel industry.“Bahrain reported only 14 days with revenue per available...

Qatar WAR tensions RISING: Bahrain claims right over Qatari land as...

A statement issued by Bahraini state media said the nation “has every right to claim what was cut off forcibly from its land and...

Bahrain: Private wealth rising 4.5% to hit $200bn

Overall growth of private wealth in Bahrain is expected to increase steadily to 4.5 per cent compound annual growth rate (CAGR) and reach $200...
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