Iran needs around $100 billion to bring its oil industry back to the level it was five years ago, the country's Industry Minister Mohammad Reza Nematzadeh told Austrian newspaper Wiener Zeitung in an interview published on Thursday.
A much-awaited revamp of Manama’s ‘crumbling’ Al Fateh Corniche is one step closer to reality following the conclusion of six months of negotiations over its future.
An upgrade of the corniche, which runs along t
The Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud has launched five giant projects that are to be implemented as part of the third expansion of the Grand Mosque in Makkah.
The expansion projects include the K
Homes in historic neighbourhoods in Muharraq, Bahrain, could finally be redeveloped as part of a multi-million-dinar heritage scheme.
They are located on the Pearl Route, which has been granted World Heritage Site status by the Un
Cinnabon has opened its new refurbished outlet at the Dubai Festival City Centre.
The revamped store offers a spacious new seating area, where customers can unwind with their fresh Cinnabon rolls and a blended beverage from Seattle&rsq
India's oldest and most distinguished IT firms are doing what would have been almost sacrilegious a few years ago - holding coding marathons to develop innovative fixes and deploying "commando" units to resolve clients' IT woes
Silatech, a social enterprise which promotes large-scale job creation, and Microsoft announced the launch of a new-look Tounes Ta3mal jobs portal targeted at unemployed Tunisian youth.
The revamped portal (tounes.ta3mal.com) was unveile
The work on the new crude oil pipelines between Bahrain and Saudi Arabia is progressing well with the completion of front-end engineering and design last year and the project will be ready by the end of 2017, said a report.
A call has gone out to revamp run-down houses located in historical areas in Bahrain instead of demolishing them.
Bahrain Authority for Culture and Antiquities (BACA) heritage construction consultant Dr Alaa El Habashi said the te
Multi-storey car parks, public toilets and pedestrian bridges could all be built or installed in and around the Old Manama Suq in a bid to revive business in the capital's historic trading heartland.
A drive to clean up the su