Bahrain's Premier yesterday vowed to protect public money by cracking down on irregularities and corruption.
"The government is sparing no effort to close any loopholes which may be exploited to squander public money and
Bahrain plans to develop a permanent mechanism to constantly monitor government projects in all stages of implementation, a report said.
While following up on the implementation of government projects from 2011 to 2014, the propos
Eliminating terrorism remains the main concern of Bahrain and its people, the Premier said yesterday.
That is why the representatives of the people responded quickly and submitted their recommendations to His Majesty King Hamad wh
The all-new Range Rover Sport will make its global premiere in a ground breaking live drive through Manhattan, New York on March 26.
Land Rover's fastest vehicle to date will be revealed to audiences around the world on the ev
A proposed GCC union received a massive show of support as thousands of Bahrainis rallied last night (May 19) to back the move.
The idea was discussed during the GCC Summit, but fears that it could affect nations' sovereignty, wer
Work has started on a new BD40,200 ($106,600) health centre in Muharraq, Bahrain, which is expected to open in 2014.
It will have 80 to 100 specialists, said a report in our sister publication the Gulf daily News.
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Bahrain has become the first country in the Gulf to launch an e-key system to enable citizens to securely access electronic services in the public and private sectors.
It has been introduced as part of a new vision to prepare the country f
Yemen's vice president named on Sunday opposition leader Mohammed Basindwa as the country's new interim prime minister, the state news agency Saba reported, under a deal aimed at ending months of protests which have rocked the country.
A state-of-the-art BD4 million ($10.6 million) health centre, which includes 17 wards, is set to open next week in the Hidd area of Bahrain.
HRH Prime Minister Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa, toured the two-storey Bank of Bahrai
Bahrain has called for a major push to strike a balance between sustainable urban development and a clean environment.
The world will have to pay a very heavy price if it doesn't respond quickly and collectively, HRH Prime Minister Pr