Etihad Airways, the national airline of the UAE, has appointed Amina Taher as its new head of media relations.
Taher comes with more than 10 years experience in the field of marketing and communication and will join Etihad’s
India and China have agreed to try to avoid flare-ups along their disputed 4,000km border through the Himalayas, a positive development in often fractious relations between Asia's emerging giants.
The two cou
Bahrain and Egypt relations are poised to witness a major boost as the two countries discussed ways of promoting economic, trade, cultural and military co-operation, in addition to information technology.
Joint Bahraini-Egyptian Commissio
Members and guests of the Capital Club recently participated in an exclusive interactive session on ‘India and the Gulf – Bridging the Gulf’ with Dr Sanjaya Baru, consulting senior fellow for Geo-Economics and Strategy Expertise: South Asia, Econo
On the face of it, the economies of the oil-rich Gulf and of fast-growing Asia are a perfect match. Yet they face a long slog to dispel the suspicion that theirs is no more than a marriage of convenience.
Barriers that have kept investment
Chief executive of the Bahrain Economic Development Board (EDB), Shaikh Mohammed Bin Essa Al-Khalifa, has highlighted opportunities to strengthen and diversify trading links with China.
Speaking at the summit meeting with the heads of Arab
The Government of Japan has awarded the prestigious ‘Order of the Rising Sun, Gold Rays with Neck Ribbon’ to Hamad Abdullah Al Mutawah, managing director of RAK Ceramics.
The award was in recognition of Al Mutawah's efforts in promoting st
Bahrain and Britain have agreed to establish a joint committee to promote bilateral relations.
Foreign Ministry adviser Dr Abdullatif bin Rashid Al Zayani signed a memorandum of understanding to this end with British Ambassador Jamie Bowde
The 30th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between the UAE and Republic of Korea was celebrated with the release of special commemorative stamps and cultural programmes in Abu Dhabi and Dubai.
Ibrahim Bin Karam, chie
India demanded Pakistan hand over 20 of its most wanted men in a sign of good faith on Tuesday as diplomatic efforts to head off a confrontation between the nuclear-armed rivals over the Mumbai attacks intensified.
The demand was contained