Ahead of the 23rd World Energy Congress, the World Energy Council has called on the energy sector to embrace a historic opportunity to redefine the energy contract.
The reality that per capita demand for
Airport International Group (AIG), the Jordanian company responsible for the operation of Queen Alia International Airport (QAIA), has signed an agreement with CrysTelCall for the operation and management of the airport’s call center.
Business leaders from the Mena region at the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos this year are calling for greater economic reforms in the Arab World in order to lower dependence on oil, reduce the burden on government budgets, and unlock stro
A Citi Bahrain call centre that employs 87 Bahrainis has been inaugurated by Central Bank of Bahrain (CBB) Governor Rasheed Al Maraj. The inauguration event was hosted by Citi chief executive for Middle East and Africa Atiq Rehman and Citi Bah
An appeal has gone out to help more than 4,500 underprivileged Bahraini families, who live in old and dilapidated homes across the country. Bahrain’s three municipal councils and their counterpart in Manama, the Capital Trustees Board, h
Members of the public are being urged to call the police immediately if they notice any suspicious activity following alleged shootings at two ma’atams (Shi’ite community halls) in Bahrain. Work started yesterday (October 19) to in
UAE-based Khalifa University, the organisers of the upcoming Mohamed Bin Zayed International Robotics Challenge (MBZIRC), is receiving proposals and has set the deadline for November 7.
It follows the recent in
Gold traders in Bahrain are calling for private laboratories to be introduced amid claims that a backlog at the government’s Assay Office is hurting trade. A shortage of staff at the office, which falls under the Industry and Commerce Mi
A call for Arab countries to unite in the face of regional threats has gone out from Bahrain. It was issued yesterday (August 24) by His Royal Highness Prime Minister Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa during a meeting with National Assembly
The new leader of Al Qaeda's Yemen branch has called for attacks on the United States in his first speech since taking command, the US-based SITE monitoring group reported on Thursday, citing an audio recording.