Almost all banks are now using data from the UAE’s’ new credit bureau, its chief executive officer said, which development analysts believe should boost confidence in the banking system.
It also helps to put the UAE on
New regulations governing the use of in vitro fertilisation (IVF) in Bahrain have been approved in principle by the Shura Council.
Members yesterday (May 31) voted in favour of a new IVF law, which was originally proposed by parli
Better use of technology in the classroom is key to improving students' performance, according to a leading computer expert.
Microsoft worldwide education vice-president Anthony Salcito told the Gulf Daily News (GDN),
Bosch is marking 100 years of vehicle horns and fanfares by urging GCC motorists to use them sparingly in order to help save lives on the nation’s roads.
Car horns have been around since the early 1900s, and are an imp
The number of broadband Internet users in Bahrain has increased dramatically over the past two years, Minister of State for Telecommunications Affairs Shaikh Fawaz bin Mohammed Al Khalifa revealed.
In the weekl
Commercial jets should be allowed to use military airspace to ease air traffic congestion in the Gulf, according to an international aviation body.
The International Air Transport Association (Iata) claims one
A new water containment system that helps reduce water usage by 9,200 gallons per tree each year, saving about 92 per cent, will be launched at a conference in Dubai.
The Agra Middle East will run from March 25
UAE-based telecom operator du said it has delivered on its promise to set a sustainable example by reducing paper usage, following the launch of an e-billing system in 2009.
The system aimed to cut back on the amount of paper used
More than 288 million people used the mass transport services in Dubai including the Metro, buses and the marine transport last year, said a report, citing data released by the emirate's Roads and Transport Authority (RTA).