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

Pakistan, Saudi Arabia agree to simplify business visa issuance

The 11th session of the Pakistan-Saudi Arabia Joint Ministerial Commission (JMC) began on Tuesday with a renewed pledge to boost bilateral economic, investment and...

Saudi Labor Ministry calls on employers to issue prepaid salary cards...

JEDDAH: The Ministry of Labor and Social Development has renewed its call for individual employers to issue prepaid payroll or salary cards to domestic...

Indian tourists visiting Goa are scum

India: Goa’s tourism minister Vijai Sadesal thinks “Indian tourists visiting Goa are “scum”. Now the Aam Aadmi Partyin Goa, a political party today demanded an apology...

What are Pakistani troops really doing in Saudi Arabia?

Pakistan's opposition parties are piling pressure on the government to reveal details about the country's troop deployment in Saudi Arabia. But the government remains...

Bahrain set to be removed from EU tax haven list

European Union states are set to remove Bahrain, the Marshall Islands and Saint Lucia from a list of tax havens next week, leaving only...

Bahrain: Indian expat found hanging

An Indian expatriate ended his life at his residence on Saturday. The deceased has been identified as Anil Kumar Kalamthodi who worked as a...

Sharjah: Bomb hoax creates panic among residents

A mysterious case was found at the entrance of a building near the Two Dirhams Center on Al Estiqlal Street that looked like a...

Dubai: Hyperloop to transit passengers between Dubai’s airports in six minutes

Plans to build a high-speed transport connection between Dubai’s two airports will reduce travel time to less than 10 minutes.The journey between Dubai International...

Sharjah Declared as World’s First ‘Child-Friendly’ City

Sharjah has been declared a “Child Friendly City” by the United Nations Children’s Fund.The accolade is the first for a city in the Arabian...

Oman: 161 companies questioned for violating Omanisation law

The Ministry of Manpower has announced that it has taken action against 161 establishments employing 6,959 people for not hiring Omani nationals.The Ministry added...
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