Tuesday, February 19, 2019

Bahrain

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 Bound passenger held After Recovery Of Pistol & Bullets

The Airport Security Force (ASF) deported and arrested a passenger leaving for Bahrain after recovery of a pistol and bullets at Sialkot Airport on April 29th.The ASF sources said that during...

Bahrain has the 2nd highest employment rate – Report

At 59%, Bahrain has the second highest employment rate among full time working adults, according to a new Gallup global job figures, released recently.The UAE...

US approves to sell Attack Helicopters and Missiles to Bahrain

The U.S. State Department approved the sale to Bahrain of 12 Bell AH-1Z attack helicopters as well as 26 engines, dozens of missiles and...

Bahrain: Man killed during motorcycle event; Track Activities Stopped

 A 57-year old man lost his life after he sustained injuries during an open track motorcycle event at the Bahrain International Circuit (BIC) yesterday. “At approximately...

Bahrain: 7 illegal shops shutdown in Hamad Town

Industry, Commerce and Tourism Ministry closed down seven shops that were illegally operating from inside houses in Hamad Town(Block 1214). The owners were referred to...

Bahrain: Debt spiral prompts risk warning

In March Bahrain abandoned plans for a sovereign bond placement, advancing only the sale of US-denominated Islamic bonds (sukuk) worth $1 billion.There was no...

Bahrain: Maintenance of public schools to begin in May

The planning and designs required for the maintenance of 25 government schools in various Governorates, costing BD1,800,000, has been completed, said Huda Mirza, Building...

Bahrain: Four get death sentence for BDF Chief murder attempt

The Military Court of Appeal today upheld the death sentence of four defendants in the terrorist cell that attempted to assassinate Bahrain Defence Force...

Bahrain: Traffic signals to blink 5 times before turning red

In a bid to reduce accidents at junctions, traffic signals will flash five times before turning red to alert oncoming motorists. The new system was...
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