Thursday, August 22, 2019

Bahrain

Bahrain Business, Expat Life in Bahrain, Launch of Technology and Telecommunication, Overwhelming events and all news within the Kingdom.

Bahraini lady beats man with shoe after he ‘made lewd advances’...

A Bahraini woman beat a man with her shoe after he stopped her in a mall in Dubai and asked her for sex, she...

Flights to Bahrain from Ethiopia

Addis Ababa based Ethiopian Airlines will commence services to Bahrain effective August 17, 2017, with the latest B737-800 New Generation with Sky Interior. Bahrain, a nation comprising more than...

Bahrain Shura’s family draft law to improve legal status of women...

The upper chamber of Bahrain’s bicameral parliament on Wednesday endorsed a unified family law draft that aims to improve the legal status of women,...

Bahrainis scared of lizards

Bahrain's municipal councils and MPs are demanding health inspectors eradicate "the menace" of lizards in the kingdom during the hot summer. One MP described...

Bahrain: MP calls for traffic signals to be updated to reduce...

The traffic signal systems in the Kingdom need to be updated by implementing new techniques that aims at reducing accidents and traffic violations at...

Construction firm sacks half its Bahraini staff

Cash-strapped G.P. Zachariades Civil Engineering & Contractors, popularly known as GPZ, has terminated 99 Bahraini employees. The construction company was in focus recently as a...

Bahrain MPs proposal to ban expats aged 50+ is rejected 

Bahrain's parliament yesterday rejected a controversial proposal from some MPs that expats aged over 50 be banned from working in Bahrain. The proposal had...

Bahrain new car sales crash by 41%

Bahrain had the worst record for new car sales among Gulf states in the first three months of the year, with volumes down a...

Bahrain MPs vote on sacking expats aged 50+

Bahrain's MPs will this week vote on a controversial bill that seeks to prohibit expats above the age of 50 from working in the...

Bahrain ends 1 year validity for prepaid mobile phone lines –...

 Telecom companies in Bahrain are no longer allowed to provide year long validity for prepaid mobile phone lines. This follows new regulations just announced...
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