Indian nationals have again been urged to approach their embassy first before asking social workers for help. Indian Ambassador Alok Kumar Sinha, who started in his post earlier this summer, said that the embassy staff were committed to helpin
Indian Register of Shipping (IRClass), a leading classification society, has opened an office in Abu Dhabi.
It is the second office location for IRClass in the Middle East, following Dubai, and reflects the soc
Prominent personalities from the South Indian film fraternity and renowned Bollywood stars are set to appear in a red carpet event next month in Dubai, UAE.
The South Indian International Movie Awards (SIIMA) will take place on Au
Oil and metals producer Vedanta Resources has signalled it is considering a merger of two or more of its Indian subsidiaries, which could provide the debt-burdened units access to cash from other operations.
In a statement which d
The Dubai Gold and Commodities Exchange (DGCX) has launched three new contracts to further diversity its product suite.
It includes the India Gold Quanto Futures, Indian Rupee Quanto Futures and Mini Dubai Polypropylene Futures, s
An Indian social worker will pick up a $1 million cash prize and a gold medal from His Majesty King Hamad of Bahrain next month in recognition of his humanitarian work.
Dr Achyuta Samanta was yesterday (May 13) named as the recipi
Fourteen Indian sailors stranded on board an oil tanker in Bahraini waters since December finally left the country last night.
They were among the 16-member crew of Mongolian vessel MT Surya Kuber, which was banned from leaving th
A Bahrain mother and her two-year-old baby had to spend 26 hours on board an Indian warship after they were rescued from war-torn Yemen.
Indian Neha Mistry, who is married to 32-year-old Bahraini Shehab Samander, was trapped in Ta
Etihad Airways and Jet Airways will be the official airline partners and principal sponsors for the Pepsi Indian Premier League (IPL) team, the Mumbai Indians, for the 2015 Twenty20 tournament.
It was revealed ahead of the Mumbai
Indian prisoners in Bahrain could soon be allowed to complete their sentences in their home country.
The proposal is being reviewed by the Cabinet and would also allow Bahraini prisoners in India to complete custodial terms here,