Monday, August 26, 2019


Latest updates on expats news in the GCC Countries: Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Qatar, United Arab Emirates, Kuwait and Oman.

Bahrain: Indian Prime Minister Set To Visit

Taking the bilateral ties between Bahrain and India to new heights, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is all set to visit the Kingdom.This has...

Bahrain Gets Expensive For Expats

Bahrain’s rising living costs means in just one year it has climbed 20 places in Mercer’s annual Cost of Living Survey and to become...
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Bahrain: 73% Of Expats Earn Less Than BD 200

A report by General Organization for Social Insurance (GOSI) has revealed that that 73% of the insured expats do not exceed a monthly salary...
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Kuwait: Expats Banned From Fish Auctions

Expatriates in Kuwait have been banned from participating in fish auctions unless they are permitted by the relevant authorities.According to the Ministry of Commerce...
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Indian ex-Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj Passes Away

Former External Affairs Minister and veteran politician Sushma Swaraj passed away after suffering a heart attack in the capital yesterday. She was 67. As a...
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Bahrain: Expat Arrested For Selling Alcohol In Cold Store

An expat took advantage of his cold store to sell liquor bottles and was arrested by the police following a secret operation. According to...
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Oman: Ministry Extends Visa Ban On Hiring Expats

Oman’s Ministry of Manpower has extended the temporary visa ban on hiring expats to include four more professions in the private sector.The ban which...
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Bahrain: Expat Loses BD53,000 From His Bank Account

An expat resident in the Kingdom was shocked after coming to know that BD53,000 has gone missing from his bank account.The victim of bank...

Bahrain: Thief Robs Expat Then Hands Him BD5 For Food

Two men mugged an expat with a knife and handed BD 5 back to the victim when he stated that he wouldn’t have money...

Bahrain: EWA Uses WhatsApp To Record Meter Readings

Bahrain’s Electricity and Water Authority (EWA) utilizes WhatsApp to avoid the estimated readings of subscribers’ electricity and water meters.EWA pointed out that this service...
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