Massive truck bottlenecks on King Fahad Causeway were yesterday the focus of a Cabinet session in Bahrain chaired by His Royal Highness Prime Minister Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa.
They pose a serious threat to Bahrain's competitiveness as a busine
An opposition group in Kuwait has set out a wide-ranging proposal for reform including parties, an elected government and greater powers for parliament.
The Opposition Coalition, formed last year by already existing groups of nationalists, Islamists, youths and liberals, issued a
Bahrain is all set to open new horizons in trade ties with Kazakhstan, as His Majesty King Hamad started his state visit to the country yesterday (April 13).
He is accompanied by a high-powered delegation comprising a deputy prime minister, senior ministers an
Saudi Arabian police have arrested six people and seized illegal drugs worth 1 billion riyals ($267 million) that were being smuggled into the country from neighbouring Bahrain, the Interior Ministry said on Sunday.
Spokesman Major General Mansour Turki said five Saudi citizens a
A new United Arab Emirates (UAE) legislation aims to boost the growth of small and medium-sized enterprises by requiring 10 percent of future federal government contracts to be awarded to SMEs, the economy minister said on Sunday.
"We want to encourage government agenc
Saudi Arabia has ranked fifth among the world’s top 10 countries in e-government services and online government-citizen interactivity, said a report.
A comparative study conducted by Accenture International, a company specialised in administrative consul
Bahrain's Ministry of Work said it has witnessed an increase in the number of people accessing the ministry's electronic services which has risen to 5691 during the first quarter.
The electronic service allows the supplier to register the request through a user account on