Indian community leaders and businessmen in Bahrain will take part in a major conference that brings together thousands of non-resident Indians (NRIs) from around the world.
The 13th Pravasi Bharatiya Divas (PBD) will be held from
More than 170 exhibitors are set to showcase 45,000 properties worth 24,000 crores Indian rupees ($387.2 billion) at a top property show in Dubai, UAE, starting tomorrow (December 11).
The 15th edition of the Indian Property Show
Fresh calls have been made for the release of a former exchange company employee, who has been behind bars for almost three years.
Indian Binil Kumar was arrested in November 2011 on charges relating to an illegal transaction that
More than 50 Indian companies from the afro-food sector are taking part in the 33rd international agriculture, water and agro-industry trade show in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, according to a report.
The four-day Saudi Agriculture 2014
Dubai World Central (DWC), the world's first purpose-built aerotropolis, has embarked on a six-day tour of India to establish relations with the country’s business community and promote its rapidly expanding Business Park Free Zone to
India's Suba Group of Hotels has made its Middle East debut with a four-star facility in Dubai and has plans to launch three more hotels in the region by the end of 2017.
Part of the Mumbai-based MRL Group, Suba has hotel proj
Two major Indian companies and a British firm clinched the lion's share of oil project contracts worth $4 billion awarded by Kuwait during the July to August period, said a report.
Larsen & Toubro (L&T) and Dodsal of I
A top government official in Bahrain arrested in connection with corruption had allegedly pocketed BD12,000 ($31,633.9) for dropping human trafficking charges against a restaurant.
The Bahraini, who was the director of inspections
More than 1,000 Philippine and Indian workers were evacuated to Malta on Friday from Libya, whose parliament has sought United Nation help to protect civilians from fighting between armed factions.
Maltese harbour officials said D
Saudi recruitment agencies are hopeful that they will be able to recruit Indian housemaids within three months to meet the acute shortage of domestic help in the Kingdom, a report said.
The delay was caused due to plans being made by In