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Bahrain opposes election quotas for women

Manama: A quota system for women violates Bahrain’s constitution and negatively affects women’s participation in public life, the Secretary General of the Supreme Council...

Gold worth BD12,500 seized by Kerala customs from Bahrain passenger

Kochi, India: Gold worth about Rs21 lakhs (BD12,500), hidden in the undergarments and shoes of a passenger, was seized on Friday by Indian customs...

All set for Fed Cup

Manama : Organisational preparations of Fed Cup by BNP Paribas have been concluded with Bahrain all set to become the first country to host this prestigious...

Education Special: “What course is right for you?”

Choosing a right course is a big decision and can impact your future success and career. Below are some ideas to help you find...

Bahrain rights activist jailed for five years for “insulting” tweets

By Reuters DUBAI, Feb 21 (Reuters) - A Bahraini human rights activist was sentenced to five years in prison on Wednesday for criticising Saudi Arabia's air...

Saudi prince says Turkey part of “triangle of evil” – Egyptian...

Saudi Arabia’s powerful Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has described Turkey as part of a “triangle of evil” along with Iran and hardline Islamist...

Confusion over public holidays this week – here’s what we know…

There’s confusion over public holiday's in some GCC countries to celebrate the holy day of Isra Wal Miraj.The day is observed on the 27th...

Bahrain: MP’s call to impose fees on expat remittances REJECTED

Manama : An MP's proposal to impose fees on foreign remittances has been collectively rejected by the Legislative and Legal Affairs Committee, and the...

Bahrain: 5,000 expats deported for violating labour laws

Recent reports say that more than 5, 000 expatriates were deported from Bahrain in the past three years for violating the Kingdom’s labour laws.According...

Bahrain: Expats protest for unpaid salaries

Labourers of a private contracting company held a protest march towards the Labour Court yesterday over the non-payment of their salaries.The labourers, mainly from...
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