UAE-based JA Resorts & Hotels has revealed the first look of the designs of its latest venture, JA Eclipse Beach Resort, in Sri Lanka, which is set to open in 2018.
The group announced the development of a premium tropical bea
Sri Lankan Minister of Tourism John Amaratunga was presented with the latest edition of the only Arabic language travel guidebook on Sri Lanka, by Emirati author and entrepreneur Heba Al Mansoori.
The presentation ceremony took pl
Former president Mahinda Rajapaksa's attempt to stage a comeback in Sri Lanka's general election has ended in defeat as results on Tuesday showed the alliance that toppled him making decisive gains.
The ruling United Natio
Former president Mahinda Rajapaksa's bid to stage a political comeback in Sri Lanka appeared destined to fail as early general election results on Tuesday showed the alliance that toppled him making gains.
If initial trends ar
Australian gaming mogul James Packer’s Crown Resorts has scrapped a proposed $400 million luxury hotel and resort development in Sri Lanka after Colombo's new government withdrew approvals for casinos.
Legitimacy is the single all-encompassing characteristic that makes Bahrain business-friendly, Industry and Commerce Minister Dr Hassan Fakhro said.
He was speaking on Tuesday (April 29) at the opening of the Bahrain-Sri Lanka Bus
Rotana Jet, a leading UAE-based domestic airline, launched its debut flights to Colombo and Mattala in Sri Lanka from its Abu Dhabi hub thus marking a major milestone in its international expansion plan.
The airlines’ first
Al Zayani Commercial Services has signed a memorandum of understanding with Sri Lanka-based Affno, a specialist in mGovernment and mBusiness software, to set up its Middle Eastern branch office in Bahrain.
The new agreement betwee
Emirates National Oil Company (Enoc) said on Saturday a cargo of its diesel which was returned by Sri Lanka on Thursday as below standard was inspected before shipment by an independent inspector.
Sri Lanka's oil minister said
Dubai-based budget carrier flydubai has reached a new milestone with operations to two new destinations - Salalah, its second in Oman and Mattala in Sri Lanka. This takes the airline's operational network to 60 destinations.