Monday, November 18, 2019

Health & Education

Expat Life in GCC, Accident rates and fatalities, Qualification of Employees in Job Sector in GCC, Healthy Lifestyle, Climate Updates and Implementation of Road Safety Measures.

Nepah virus outbreak – GCC residents warned against travelling to Kerala

Bahrain’s government and other groups in the GCC have asked citizens and residents to avoid travelling to the southern Indian state of Kerala due...

UAE: Park and pray fines

Drivers in the United Arab Emirates have been told that they face fines if they park at the roadside to pray. With mosques and petrol...

Bahrain: Central Market revamp on good track for completion

The revamping of the Muharraq Central Market is nearing completion, said Works, Municipalities Affairs and Urban Planning Minister Essam bin Abdulla Khalaf.Work is progressing...

Partner Workout

Bahrain-based “Fit Aussie” Hayley Biddle teaches us how to help ourselves and our partners get the health and body we want.One of the best...
lunar eclipse

Kuwait To Experience Partial Lunar Eclipse

Kuwait is following up on the stages of a partial lunar eclipse of the moon, which started at 11:02 pm (local time), as per...

10 Indian Expats Die Everyday In Gulf Countries

In a shocking disclosure, a human rights group has said that over the past six years, 10 Indian workers died every day in the...

SCE denies fish deaths in Busaiteen

The Supreme Council for the Environment (SCE) yesterday denied that thousands of dead fish were found on  the coasts of Busaiteen, similar to a...

UAE: Dentists caught for grossly over-treating patients

Expensive and pointless dental treatments offered to patients to boost profits have been exposed in a mystery shopping exercise at practices in Abu Dhabi...
tobacco imports

Bahrain: Campaign To Curb Tobacco Use Gains Momentum

The Health Minister yesterday chaired the National Committee for Tobacco Control meeting to discuss the latest awareness drive initiated by the committee to curb...

Thousands of Saudi women apply for workplace support programmes

More than 8,000 Saudi women have applied for support programmes designed to help women employed in the kingdom’s private sector, according to local media.During...
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