Challenges in diversifying economies of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) were one of the key discussions at a Bahrain conference.
International and regional experts attending one of the sessions of the Business Opportunity and P
Applications to issue or renew work permits for housemaids or other domestic helpers will now be submitted through Bahrain's post offices.
Labour Market Regulatory Authority chief executive Ausamah Al Absi
Bahrain Post has issued three commemorative stamps to mark the 2014 Fifa World Cup.
Crowned with the portrait of His Majesty King Hamad, the stamps are available in 200 fils (52 cents), 250 fils and 300 fils de
UAE's telecom operator du has launched the new ‘Data Manager’ app, for post-paid customers to stay on top of their data usage.
The app, available in English and Arabic for iOS and Android devices, allows customers
Bahrain residents will be able to renew their driving licences through post offices from July 15, said a top official.
The application should be accompanied by original and copies of valid smart card and passport, added traffic culture dir
Gulf Bridge International (GBI), the Middle East's first privately-owned submarine cable operator, said it has reached a major milestone with the landing of the first subsea cable in Iraq.
Earlier this week, GBI landed in Al Faw the first
Former Iranian president Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani lost his position on Tuesday as head of an important state clerical body after hardliners criticised him for being too close to the reformist opposition.
The defeat for o
Emirates Post has issued commemorative stamps to celebrate the first production of Emirates Aluminium (Emal) and the delivery of finished products to local and international clients.
The stamps, issued in denominations of Dh1 ($0.27), Dh2,
Emirates Post has issued commemorative stamps to mark the 10th anniversary of Shaikh Hamdan bin Rashid Al Maktoum Award for Medical Sciences.
Issued in four denominations along with a distinctive souvenir sheet, the stamps are available at
Express Money Order (EMO), a new remittance service to India, was officially launched with simultaneous functions held in UAE and India.
This heralds a low-cost instant money transfer service for just Dh11 ($3) per transaction, following a