The Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation (Enec) has filed the Operating License Application (OLA) for Barakah Units 1 & 2 with the UAE’s Federal Authority for Nuclear Regulation (FANR).
The submittal follows a five year-l
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 participation for this year's eGovernment Excellence Award 2015 has seen a 13 per cent increase compared to last year, it was announced yesterday (February 16).
This was revealed after the award jury committee evaluated 23
Emerson Process Management has unveiled the compact 1410D Smart Wireless Gateway for wireless network applications, where gateway installation locations are limited, in difficult safe areas that must connect to distant wireless application netwo
Dubai-based Emirates recently empowered its airport staff with the latest mobile application called the Journey Manager which enables the airline’s team to get real-time information to respond to customers’ needs, regardless of where
The Canadian government is in discussions to open a Visa Application Centre in Doha that will assist people in Qatar to apply for a visa for Canada, said a report.
Canada officially opened its embassy in Qatar
Bahrain’s national carrier Gulf Air has won the ‘Best Online Application for Business and Commerce’ award at the Meet ICT Conference held recently in the kingdom.
The 'Meet ICT' awards recognised companie
The potential of an application-centric infrastructure to benefit businesses and organisations in the Middle East was highlighted by leading IT market research and advisory firm IDC.
The ACI approach, which was recently announced
The National Business Centre (NBC), an initiative of the Public Establishment for Industrial Estates (PEIE) to activate Oman’s vision to encourage entrepreneurs, said that companies in its incubation programme have commenced their activiti
Yahoo Inc is shutting down seven products, including its mobile app for Blackberry smartphones, as new chief executive Marissa Mayer takes a page from Google's Playbook by eliminating unsuccessful products en masse.