Twenty-eight per cent of motorists in Bahrain admitted to texting and using their phone while driving, according to a new study.
The research was conducted by civil engineering students Ali Khalaf, Fadhel Abbas, Abdulla Al Musalli
The Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRA) in Bahrain has commissioned a joint study with Strategy& (formerly Booz&Co) to study next-generation regulations governing ICT sector.
The study titled “Rethinking ICT regu
Bahrain’s main hospital Salmaniya Medical Complex (SMC) could be expanded to cater to more patients.
A study on expanding services at the country's main public hospital was revealed yesterday (August 12), said a report in the
Bahrain, Kuwait and Oman are the best places to work in the Gulf - and are on a par with working conditions in the US, according to a new study.
They were ranked higher than Saudi Arabia, Qatar and the UAE in a
Oman Gas Company (OGC), the wholly government-owned gas transportation utility, has studied a range of important initiatives to expand its countrywide network and contribute to the maximisation of the value of the Sultanate’s gas resourc
Around 42 per cent of IT professionals believe that major sporting events like the World Cup will have a negative impact on network performance, according to a study by Brocade Communications.
Bahraini students can apply for undergraduate and graduate scholarships in Japan.
The Japanese Embassy is accepting applications for the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT) Sch
Agricultural experts from Oman have visited the country to explore the weekly Bahraini Farmer's Market.
The four-man delegation was here as part of a tour of the Gulf as they study how to set up one of thei
The Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRA) Bahrain, jointly with Detecon Consulting, has published a study related to approaches to policy and regulatory frameworks for governing Internet applications.
The study, titled &ld