The changing dynamics of Gulf-Asia economic and diplomatic links came up for discussion at a forum organised by Bahrain-based International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS).
Sponsored by the Economic Development Board (EDB),
Passengers on a flight from Bahrain to Lahore in Pakistan finally arrived at their destination yesterday (March 3) morning after an almost 40-hour delay.
Gulf Air flight GF766, carrying 214 passengers, was making its descent towar
An upstart anti-establishment party crushed India's ruling Bharatiya Janata Party in an election for the Delhi assembly on Tuesday, smashing an aura of invincibility built around Prime Minister Narendra Modi since he swept to power last year
The Mumbai-Dubai sector was the busiest international city pair for travel to and from India last year, with as many as 1.75 million people flying between these two cities, closely followed by 1.36 million between Delhi and Dubai, a report said.
The Bahrain Chamber of Commerce and Industry (BCCI) has announced Bahraini companies have been invited to attend a key expo in India.
Companies in the information technology, telecom, tourism, media and entertainment, healthcare,
Bahrain of Bahrain and Kuwait (BBK) has opened its fourth branch in India and continues to infuse capital into the country, the bank's top officials have said.
BBK's fourth Indian branch, in the capital New Delhi, was inau
Royal Jordanian has announced plans to stop its services to Delhi, Mumbai and Lagos, in light of the airline’s restructuring plan, including its route network.
RJ will stop operating to Mumbai on September 10, to Lagos on Oc
Dubai-based low-cost carrier flydubai will launch its operations to three Indian cities - Thiruvananthapuram, Kochi and Delhi - starting from next month, said a report.
With this launch, the number of flydubai's Indian destina
All four men convicted of raping and murdering a 23-year-old woman in Delhi were sentenced to death on Friday, nine months after a crime whose savagery triggered furious protests across India and rare national debate about violence against women
An Indian teenager was sentenced to three years in juvenile detention on Saturday for the December gang rape of a trainee physiotherapist, the first verdict in a case that sparked debate over whether India is too soft on young offenders.