A cruise ship retracing the Titanic's fateful voyage 100 years ago was forced to turn back towards Ireland on Tuesday after a passenger developed heart problems.
The Balmoral is carrying 1,309 passengers, abo
Exiled former president Pervez Musharraf said on Sunday he would return to Pakistan later this month to lead his recently-formed party in campaigning for a parliamentary election, despite the possibility of his arrest and concern over his security
President Ali Abdullah Saleh unexpectedly returned to Yemen on Friday after three months in Saudi Arabia recovering from an assassination attempt, raising the risk of further violence and civil war.
As Saleh's return was reported on state
Only five per cent of Indian expatriates working in Bahrain and the Gulf would be able to lead a comfortable life if they were forced to return home, according to a regional study.
The results reflect the extravagant lifestyles of their fa
Confidence is fast returning to the UAE with the Abu Dhabi-Dubai duo leading way in the region, said a report by Chesterton, the international property agency, citing several economic indicators.
The Chesterton report said that the U
Moroccan exports and industrial jobs will start growing again next year as business-friendly reforms help the north African country rebound quicker from the global economic downturn, its industry and trade minister said.
'In 2010, we w
The region's leading event for the fire, fire prevention and fire safety industries, Fire Department Instructor’s Conference Bahrain (FDIC Middle East) will be back in Bahrain next year.
FDIC Middle East 2009 is being organised unde
A cleaner and a security guard at Ajman City Centre were hailed as heroes after they handed over Dh2.1 million ($571,818) found in the shopping centre’s food court, to the police.
Twenty-one-year-old Reddolla Das and 24-year-old Hamid Raz
Bank of Baroda, one of India's largest nationalised banks, is to open a wholesale branch in Bahrain on Sunday.
The new licence, granted by the Central Bank of Bahrain (CBB), marks the return to Bahrain of Bank of Baroda, the fifth largest
Pakistani authorities tightened security at Islamabad's airport and have detained more than 2,000 supporters of exiled former prime minister Nawaz Sharif, his party said on Sunday, the eve of his planned return.
Sharif, ousted by army chie