As part of its commitment to improve safety for both driver-partners and riders, Uber today launched “Driver Verification” in Bahrain.
The innovative technology feature works by prompting driver-partners to share a sel
The World Expo 2020 has emerged as the biggest growth driver of the construction market in the UAE, said an expert.
"With 25 million visitors expected for the forthcoming event in the country, a sharp rise in public infrastru
A bus driver was paid $600 to transport a suitcase containing bomb-making equipment, including 140 detonators, into the country on a passenger bus via the King Fahad Causeway, a court heard.
The 31-year-old is among five Bahrainis
Volvo Trucks Middle East is offering a comprehensive driver development programme, by training trainers at the importers, to further educate professional truck drivers in the Middle East.
The programme is focussed on increasing dr
Bahrain is cracking down hard on illegal taxi drivers.
General Director of Traffic Shaikh Nasser bin Abdulrahman Al Khalifa said that in March, April and May 64 Asians, Bahrainis and Gulf nationals who run illegal taxis were arres
Economic diversification is a crucial growth driver for the GCC countries.
The GCC could see additional gains of up to $17.7 billion if the region were to catch up to the average OECD level of diversification, said a report in the
Formula One drivers started arriving in Bahrain yesterday (April 13) ahead of this weekend's Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix.
High-profile racers who touched down included defending Formula One World Champion and Mercedes driver L
A former driver for the Moroccan Embassy in Bahrain, who has served under six ambassadors over the past 25 years, claims he is being denied thousands of dinars in indemnity.
Indian Chandran Madhavan, 60, filed a successful case at
Bahrain’s Premier has ordered a crackdown on drivers who are still flouting the new traffic law.
This came as His Royal Highness Prime Minister Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa chaired the weekly Cabinet session at Gudai
A majority of drivers who flout traffic laws in Bahrain are men, according to figures.
Males made up 78.35 per cent of drivers who were at fault, compared with 15.86 per cent women, according to statistics compiled by the General