Saturday, February 16, 2019

Health

Saudi: New Tough Punishments For Traffic Violations Issued

Saudi Arabia has issued tough new punishments for traffic violations including fines and lengthy prison sentences for causing injury or death, according to reports.Saudi...

New Dubai traffic signs use emojis

In the first week of the current school year, the Roads & Transport Authority (RTA) started sending smart messages to interact with motorists and...

Saudi Arabia approves Yoga as a sports activity

The Saudi Ministry of Trade and Industry has listed Yoga under "sports activities", which allows any Saudi citizen to practice or propagate it by...

Bahrain: More Than 30 Firms Shut Down Due To Violations

According to the ministry, 33 businesses were either permanently or temporarily closed down this year for violations, according to the latest statistics. The ministry...

Bahrain: Flashing Green Traffic Signals To Be Introduced Soon

Bahrain is planning to introduce the flashing green signals at some of the country's major intersections as part of its efforts to boost the...

Saudi: Traffic Rule Violations Decline Drastically!

According to the latest figures of the General Department of Traffic, the fatalities in traffic accidents have fallen by 33% and injuries by 21%...

Dh1,000 fine for driving hard shoulder in the UAE

Special warning for motorists driving on hard shoulder. Hard shoulder driving will attract is Dh1,000 fine plus six black points. Drivers caught blocking emergency vehicles...

Heart Attack Cases Among Bahraini Pilgrims On The Rise

Dr. Ibrahim Farouk Obaid, head of the medical committee, stressed that number of cases suffering heart attacks among Bahraini pilgrims increased to 4, adding...

Saudi: More Than 20,000 Expats Died Last Year

As many as 72,533 Saudis and expatriates died and were buried in the Kingdom during 2017, Al-Watan Arabic daily said on Tuesday quoting figures...

Oman Plans Mandatory Health Insurance Next Year

Oman is reportedly planning to implement a mandatory health insurance scheme from next year.Local media reported that the scheme is likely to be introduced...
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