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Wednesday, April 1, 2020

Bahrain: Nearly 50% Iran Repatriates Infected with COVID-19

Seventy-seven Coronavirus-infected cases were found in the first batch of evacuees who returned from Iran to Bahrain on Tuesday. As many as 165 Bahrainis...

Bahrain: Special Teams To Prepare Lessons for Online Education

Education Minister Majid Bin Ali Al Nuaimi has expressed his appreciation to the work teams formed by the ministry to enhance its online educational...

Bahrain: CBSE Class X and XII Exams To Continue as per...

School officials have informed that Classes for LKG to XII will remain suspended till March 29, 2020. The school office and staff resumed duty...

UAE: Schools to Start Online Classes During Spring Break

As the extended spring break begins today across the UAE, schools have assured that students will not experience any academic setback. Innovative contingency plans...

UAE: School Students Locked Up for Not Paying Fees

Dubai's Knowledge and Human Development Authority (KHDA) is currently investigating an incident in a school where a number of students were reportedly locked up...

Saudi Urged Its Citizens To Leave China After Virus Outbreak

Saudi Arabia’s Embassy has urged Saudi citizens in China to leave the country in the wake of the outbreak of the new Coronavirus.“Out of...

Gulf Insider meets Shaikha Latifa Mohammed Al-Khalifa, Founder of Clever Play...

How is the award related to your business?Clever Play aims, among other things, to bridge the skills and gender gap in STEM/STEAM academic and...

40 Unemployed Bahrainis To Be Trained at MP Offices

An agreement to train 40 unemployed Bahrainis will be signed between the Representatives Council’s Secretariat-General and the Labour Fund (Tamkeen), Secretary-General of the Council...

Bahrain: Fake Degree Scandal – Government Officials Questioned

Higher Education Council Authorities are dealing with 60 cases of forged certificates that are confirmed to be fraudulent while an additional 25 cases have...

Bahrain: Teacher Controversy Tightens, Security Guard Hired to Teach

The Ministry of Education officials refuted rumours that a security guard was hired to teach some subjects at a government school. The rumour made...
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