A 10-member team of specialists will leave today for Nepal, accompanying the first consignment of relief aid from Bahrain weighing more than 7,000kg.
They are part of the rescue team under the Royal Charity Organisation (RCO) that
TeamQuest, a leader in IT capacity planning and management solutions, is expanding its operations in the Middle East as part of the company’s strategic roadmap towards growing its presence in the region.
In line with the exp
Nissan’s Light Commercial Vehicles (LCV) extended its support to the Infiniti Red Bull Racing Team at Bahrain Formula One Grand Prix.
The firm provided a total of eight Nissan Urban NV350, said a statement.
Gulf Connexions, a leading regional recruitment consultancy headquartered in Bahrain, has strengthened its management team by the recent promotion of Hawraa Al Halwachi to chief operating officer.
Al Halwachi was appointed to the
Etihad Airways and Jet Airways will be the official airline partners and principal sponsors for the Pepsi Indian Premier League (IPL) team, the Mumbai Indians, for the 2015 Twenty20 tournament.
It was revealed ahead of the Mumbai
Teams of monitors could soon be in place in every hospital in Bahrain to supervise the prescription of antibiotics.
This will be one of the key recommendations at the conclusion of the International Collaborative Conference in Cli
A team of government meat experts from Bahrain is set to leave for Australia to evaluate the subsidised meat supply chain.
This was revealed by Works, Municipalities and Urban Planning Affairs Minister Essam Khalaf, who said that
Emirates Global Aluminium showcased its DX+ Technology and highlighted its benefits to Aluminium Bahrain’s (Alba) management team during a visit recently.
Alba has used the technology in its Line 6 Bankable Feasibility
Falcon Group, a leading alternative financier, has appointed Mark Wyatt as its chief risk officer, in an effort to expand its institutional capabilities.
In his new role, Wyatt will develop a devoted risk management department wit
A team of engineering students from Bahrain, who failed to succeed at a major solar powered boats competition, plans to put their skills to the test once again.
They represented Bahrain University at the Dong E