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 campaign to defend the rights of women in Bahrain was launched yesterday (March 2) in Geneva, Switzerland.
Spearheaded by the Bahrain Human Rights Watch Society (BHRWS), the 'Yes for Jaafari Family Law' drive aims to of
A law governing the standards and specifications of consumer goods entering Bahrain could be introduced.
The bill, put forward by the Industry and Commerce Ministry, would give the minister right of approval over the sale of comme
Abu Dhabi City Municipality has announced that it will strictly enforce a local law regulating satellite dishes from March 1.
The public have been urged to comply with the law which bans the installation of more than four dishes o
Bahrain's Rent Disputes Resolution Committee has urged the government to implement a new property lease law to help boost the country's real estate investment and also protect the rights of both the landlords and tenants, said a report.
Hamad bin Khalifa University (HBKU), an emerging research school in Doha, Qatar, has launched its Juris Doctor (JD) postgraduate degree programme - the university's inaugural graduate law programme and the first academic course of its Law Sc
Bahrain's new traffic law is proving effective - with violations dropping by 16 per cent in just a week since the tougher rules were introduced on February 8.
The traffic directorate registered a total of 6,014 violations unti
Bahrain’s traffic officials are working with their GCC counterparts to prosecute Gulf nationals violating the new law, it has emerged.
Jumping a red light could result in a fine of up to BD500 ($1,317) and six months in jail
The new law on cybercrime, approved by Bahrain’s King Hamad and enacted recently, seeks to reduce crimes by establishing penalties to protect public interest.
Under the law, illegal access to an IT system or part of it carri
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