Tawasy Group, a leading UAE-based dining, catering and restaurant management firm, has revealed the opening of its first restaurant ‘Tawasy Restaurant and Grill’, in Dubai Festival City.
The restaurant will serve authe
Gulf carrier Qatar Airways was fined $185,000 by the US Department of Transportation for flying over prohibited airspace, said a report.
According to a statement from the department, the airline was operating flights in regi
US Olympic gold medallist swimmer Ryan Lochte issued an apology on Friday and his teammate Jimmy Feigen agreed to pay 35,000 reais ($11,000) to a charity after Brazilian police said they lied about being robbed at gunpoint at the weekend.
The Paris-based International Court of Arbitration has ruled that Egypt's state gas board Egas will not have to pay a $270 million fine related to gas cuts at its foreign-owned liquefied natural gas (LNG) plant, the petroleum ministry said o
The Bank of England said that it had fined QIB (UK), a subsidiary of Qatar Islamic Bank, for failings in reporting its financial resources to the regulator in 2011 and 2012.
The bank's Prudential Regulatory
Saudi Arabia’s Communications and Information Technology Commission (CITC) has slapped a fine of SR552 million ($147 million) on several service providers for violating CITC rules and licence conditions during the 12 months ending mid-Octo
Saudi Arabia's housing minister said on Monday the cabinet has submitted a proposal to the Shura Council to impose a fee of no more than SR100 ($26.67) per square metre on undeveloped lands, according to state news agency SPA.
Employers and brokers in Saudi Arabia will be fined SR50,000 ($13,320) for every single visa violation under a new labour law amendment that came into force today (October 18), a report said.
Those selling work visas – popul
Saudi Arabia's stock market regulator said on Monday it has imposed two fines worth SR200,000 ($53,000) on Al Tayyar Travel Group for failing to disclose the extension of a contract with the Ministry of Education.
Al Tayyar sa
The US auto safety watchdog, toughening its stance against manufacturer defects, announced on Sunday a record $105 million in fines against Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV over lapses in safety recalls involving millions of vehicles.