India owes about $8.8 billion for oil imports from Iran, India's trade minister said on Friday, as economic sanctions imposed over Tehran's nuclear programme have cut its access to the global banking system and hit its oil revenue.
Jotun, a leading paint manufacturer, has launched an initiative designed to turn new labour regulations into an advantage by recruiting, developing and hiring young Saudi Arabian talent.
The second Middle East, India and Africa (M
Applications are now being accepted for next year's Crown Prince's International Scholarship Programme (CPISP) in Bahrain.
The deadline for submitting applications is March 26 and prospective students who want the opportun
The Kenyan Ministry of Health has selected GE Healthcare as a key strategic technology and solutions partner, following the conclusion of an open tender process, as part of a wide-scale healthcare transformation programme.
Bahrain Polytechnic has signed a memorandum of understanding with Ebtikar Association to develop student projects and hold training programmes.
The agreement was signed by Polytechnic acting chief executive Dr Mohamed Al Aseeri an
Sky News Arabia has rolled-out new plans on programming content, revamped website, updated apps and digital platforms, as well as new faces on the channel’s news team.
It is also opening additional news bureaus in the region
Citi Bahrain has launched a rewards programme giving its local credit card customers access to merchandise from across the globe.
These include product catalogue redemptions, airline/hotel points transfer capabilities and end-to-e
Ooredoo Group’s Global Talent Mobility Programme has been voted as the best in the Technology and Media sector for the Europe, Middle East and Africa region (EMEA) at the Expatriate Management and Mobility Awards (EMMAs) held in London rec
Hilton Worldwide, a global luxury hospitality group, celebrated the debut graduates of its Mudeer Al Mustaqbal (Manager of the Future Programme) in an event held at the Makkah Hilton and Towers, Saudi Arabia, in November.
The two-year c
Bahrain Petroleum Company (Bapco) has recognised 30 employees across functions as 'Active Observers' for their role in the company's BOOST (Behaviour Observation Obtains Safe Trends) programme.
The employees were note