Diplomats from Bahrain, Saudi Arabia and the UAE who were recalled from Qatar in March could return 'at any time', according to Bahrain’s Foreign Minister Shaikh Khalid bin Ahmed Al Khalifa.
The three countries with
The return on buildings as a proportion of GDP in Saudi Arabia is one of the lowest among major economies but should rise sharply in the years to 2022, according to an expert.
Speaking at the recently concluded annual MEED Saudi M
An Indian worker who has not seen his family for 25 years is due to return home tomorrow (July 12).
Parasuram Hublikar came to Bahrain in 1976 to work as a garage mechanic, but was slapped with a travel ban in
Striking workers at a Riffa garment factory now face deportation if they do not return to work today (June 16) following an ultimatum issued by the Labour Ministry yesterday.
An estimated 2,000 workers at MRS F
Dozens of relatives and friends gathered at Bahrain International Airport yesterday to welcome home Ali Ahmed Al Nashaba, the 20-year-old student who was kidnapped and held hostage in Malaysia for 18 days.
He was showered with swe
Kuwait Finance and Investment Company (KFIC) said its Al-Bashaer GCC equity fund has attained an annual return of 20.02 per cent.
The company’s Al-Wasm fund marked an annual return of 7.91 per cent, said a statement.
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