With spring holidays approaching, British Airways is launching a special fares campaign running from today (February 25) and allowing for travel until the June 30.
Furthermore, British Airways’ experts have released their top spri
Tickets for a Bahrain concert by award-winning American performer John Legend sold out within two hours yesterday (February 23).
Hundreds of fans started queuing at a booth in City Centre Bahrain from 9am, even though tickets were
Emirati singing sensation Hussain Al Jassmi, British singer Joss Stone, Egyptian composer Omar Khairat and Korean comedy and martial arts performance Jump join Grammy Award-winning singer John Legend in the line-up for this year's blockbuste
Dusit Hotels & Resorts, a leading chain of luxury hotels, has launched its latest promotion - Spring Delights.
Guests booking Dusit’s best available rates at participating hotels and resorts for stays from January 30 to March
A natural spring thought to be at least 550 years old in Bahrain has been listed as a national heritage site.
The Eskharah (Rocks) Spring is located on government-owned land between Saddad and Shahrakan, off the Budaiya Highway, s
North African economies are likely to overtake the economic growth in the Gulf, despite challenges such as large current account and fiscal deficits, three years after the Arab Spring uprisings, said a report.
A gradual return to
The Gitex Shopper Spring 2014 which drew to a close recently recorded sales of Dh101 million ($27.5 million).
Power retailers and the world’s leading brands reported strong sales across the board, with sm
Jotun, one of the world's leading paint manufacturers, has launched its Spring & Summer Collection 2014 in the region.
Featuring seasonal shades that coordinate and blend with the return of the luscious season, the Spring
The Indian Properties Spring Expo is back in Dubai bringing more than 30 grade-A developers from several Indian cities to showcase their multiple options to the Indian expats in the UAE.
The two-day expo is organised by the Dubai-
The student population in the GCC has experienced a steady growth and is predicted to reach 11.3 million in 2020 from 9.5 million in 2010, according to a recent study.
About 24 per cent of total government expenditure is spent on