Bahrainis have been asked to leave Egypt amid high political drama the escalating situation on the streets, said a senior government official.
The situation was not volatile, but Bahrainis were being urged to leave as a precaution
Young Bahrainis will be directed towards the proper bodies to turn their ideas into real businesses, as part of a new initiative launched yesterday.
Micro Shabab is being spearheaded by the Future Society for Youth and was announc
The budget allocated for treating Bahrainis abroad has soared to BD14.5 million ($38.1 million), from BD4.5 million in 2007, a report said.
Rising costs have prompted the government to explore a new approach to medical care out of
All Bahrainis in Boston are safe and no "bad news" has been reported, a top official has confirmed, referring to two explosions near the finish line of the Boston Marathon last night, which killed two people and injured 23 others.
Tamkeen, Bahrain’s labour fund, has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Technical and Vocational Education UK (TVET UK) to enhance the level of training provided to Bahrainis.
The MoU will enable Tamkeen to benef
Bahrainis in Egypt have nothing to fear despite five days of violence that has led to the deaths of 50 people and a state of emergency being declared in three cities, a report said.
Armed forces have been deployed on the streets o
Bahrainis convicted overseas could be extradited to the kingdom to continue their prison sentences, a report said.
It comes as an urgent parliamentary proposal was initially approved yesterday and sent to the foreign affairs, defe
Hundred and two of Gulf Air’s Bahraini employees graduated from Tamkeen’s career progression programme (CPP) in a ceremony held recently.
The employees received their certificates from Tamkeen and NeoVartis Company in
A total of 5,779 Bahraini university and high school graduates working in the private sector have so far benefited from a wage-improvement project, said a top official.
Private firms have approved a minimum BD400 ($1,061) salary for 1,7
A newly-formed trade union, the Bahrain Labour Union Free Federation (Bluff), has questioned why the country's labour law does not include a minimum wage for Bahrainis and expatriates.
Bluff, which was formed last month, wants