Wednesday, March 20, 2019

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The latest news affecting  expats in the GCC.

Racism against expats

The worst and a disturbing kind of language is the language of racism, which regrettably is on the increase lately everywhere. What is unfortunate...

Two Expats arrested for selling liquor

Manama: The authorities have arrested two Asians for possessing and selling alcohol in the district, the Director-General of Capital Governorate Police announced yesterday. . An investigation...

Oman: New rules for sending money abroad

Muscat: Are you sending more money home than you can afford to? If yes, then you may face questions, as exchange houses in Oman have...

Two sisters tortured by Saudi employer for 2 years, rescued

Two sisters from India, who were allegedly tortured by their female employer in Saudi Arabia have been rescued.The two sisters, Sana Sultana and Shameem...

Philippine officials meet nationals in Kuwait amid labour row

A delegation of Philippine labour officials was in Kuwait City Sunday to assess the impact of a new ban on Filipinos working in the...

Expatriate wanted for murder handed over to Kerala cops

Manama: The prime accused in a sensational murder case was taken to the Indian state of Kerala yesterday after admitting to the crime that he...

Labour Force Survey 2018.. Accurate data for better decision-making

Bahrain: The Information & eGovernment Authority has planned to conduct the Labour Force Survey in the Kingdom of Bahrain to develop labour-related information by...

60 per cent progress in Riffa road revamp

Manama: Roads Projects and Maintenance Director of the Ministry of Works, Municipalities Affairs and Urban Planning Eng. Sayyed Bader Alawi stated that the Ministry has...

Three Asians arrested with narcotics

Manama: The authorities have arrested three Asian nationals with heroin and Shabu worth around BD335000, the Director-General of Criminal Investigation and Forensic Science has said. The...

Bahrain, Oman, Kuwait and Qatar need 18 months to implement VAT,...

Manama: Bahrain, Oman, Kuwait and Qatar will need 18 months to implement Value Added Tax (VAT), according to International Monetary Fund. While Saudi Arabia and UAE...
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