India's government has scaled back an ambitious plan to establish a new army corps to counter Chinese conventional forces across the Himalayas, defence sources said, pouring funds instead into a new aircraft carrier and border roads.
President Barack Obama vowed on Thursday to back Gulf allies against any ‘external attack,’ seeking to reassure them of Washington's iron-clad commitment to their security amid Arab anxiety over US-led efforts to reach a nuclear
Nine men protested outside the General Federation of Bahrain Trade Unions (GFBTU) headquarters, in Adliya, Bahrain yesterday (March 9), claiming to be former Alba employees demanding their old jobs back.
Alba Trade Union spokesman
Trend Micro, a leader in security software and solutions, has launched a license-free tools to scan and protect servers, as well as web users, across Mac OSX and Linux platforms, event as ‘Shellshock’ or ‘Bash’ bug contin
More than 60 Haj pilgrims were flown back home to Bahrain yesterday (September 24) after a mix-up with permits left them stranded at King Abdulaziz International Airport in Jeddah.
They were part of a group of approximately 100 pi
Bahrain's Premier has called upon banks and financial institutions to support and fund development projects in the kingdom.
His Royal Highness Prime Minister Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa chaired a w
Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank (ADCB) plans to buy back a further three per cent of its shares this year, as it seeks to enhance its stock value, its chief executive said.
The emirate's third-largest lender by m
Chevrolet has signed a deal to support the Buckle Up In The Back initiative, which educates UAE children to wear seatbelts.
Lesley Cully, owner of Buckle Up In The Back, attends schools across the UAE, teaching children, parents a
A 'Dubai Cares' Operations team has returned from Myanmar after successfully delivering over 60 tonnes of relief supplies, including 200 multi-purpose tents, teaching materials and countless school supplies for the victims of Cyclone Nargis.