Bahrain was showcased to the world yesterday (July 21) through social media video messaging application Snapchat.
Prominent events and world cities are frequently featured on the app, which invites users to share videos and pictur
A consignment of 30,000 live sheep arrived in Bahrain yesterday (May 25) to meet an anticipated surge in demand during Ramadan, which starts next month.
They will be examined and transported to the Bahrain Livestock Company (BLC)
Abu Dhabi Autonomous Systems Investments (Adasi) is set to sponsor live demonstrations of unmanned systems at a exhibition in Abu Dhabi, UAE.
It comes as part of the renewed sponsorship agreement between the International Defence
A string of four-star hotels that were slapped with live music bans last month have started to reapply for entertainment licences in anticipation of the Christmas and New Year celebrations.
The 28 affected hotels had allegedly com
International brands and local industry leaders are showcasing cutting-edge products at this year’s The Big 5, PMV Live and Middle East Concrete shows, the region’s biggest construction events, which will run till November 20 in Duba
Bahrain has been named as one of the best places to live in the Middle East by a worldwide survey of expatriates.
Almost 14,000 people from across the globe took part in The World Through Expat Eyes survey, which was conducted by
The world’s best loved musical ‘The Sound of Music’ is set to go live on stage with six performances in Qatar in November.
From State Media in association with Popular Productions, a leading producers of theatre
More than half of the world's seven billion people live in urban areas, with the top "mega cities" - with more than 10 million inhabitants - being Tokyo, Delhi, Shanghai, Mexico City and Sao Paulo, according to a UN report on Thu
Two-time Grammy award-winner and DJ Afrojack will perform live at the Bahrain International Circuit (BIC) this weekend.
The concert is a part of world-class entertainment put together by BIC for this year's
The aviation industry should consider technology allowing more live-streaming of flight data following the disappearance of a Malaysian jetliner, but cost and practicalities remain major problems, the head of the global airlines' body said