Wednesday, December 12, 2018

People & Culture

Qatar court uphold’s death penalty for teacher’s killer

Badr Hashim Khamis Abdallah al Jabr, a Qatari man who was found guilty of stabbing Lauren Patterson, 24, a British teacher to death is...

200,000 jobs in transport sector, only for Saudis

The Ministry of Labor and Social Development, and the General Authority for Transport have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to localize some 200,000 jobs...

10th Edition of MIT Enterprise Forum Arab Startup Competition kicks-off in...

The 10th edition of the prestigious MIT Enterprise Forum (MITEF) for the Pan Arab Region kicks off in Bahrain today, with 74 semi-finalists from...

Rich Kids of Dubai…

With no jobs to worry about, every day is a holiday for these spoilt youngsters. As these envy-inducing pictures prove, it’s hot in Dubai and...

Saudi Arabia to become more “fun” – OFFICIAL

It’s a new thing in Saudi Arabia: fun. Citizens must have more of it — at least that is what has been decreed by...

Qatar Emir foots hotel bills

When Philippine Daily Inquirer (PDI) reporters tried to pay for their five-day stay to cover President Rodrigo Duterte's visit in Qatar, the hotel staff...

“Let women drive in Saudi” – Shoura member

Abdulrahman Al-Rashed, head of Shoura Council’s committee on economy and energy, said he is in favor of women driving “as long as there is...

India to Become Third-Largest Consumer Economy by 2025

As Consumption Triples to $4 Trillion Over Next Decade, Wealthy Householders Will Represent Biggest Share of Spending; Urbanization and More Nuclear and Digital Households...

Marvel fires artist over hidden religious symbols in X-Men comics

Marvel has fired X-Men artist Ardian Syaf after he hid Islamic references in the latest issue of the comic book. The BBC reported Wednesday that...

Imitating other genders to be criminalized?

Bahrain's parliament will this week debate a proposal to impose a jail sentence and fine on any man who "imitates women in their looks,...

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