Gold fell from three-month highs on Friday as the dollar firmed, but stayed on track for its biggest weekly gain since mid-January as a spate of soft economic data dented expectations for an imminent rise in US interest rates.
Canon Middle East, a leader in imaging solutions, has launched a high-performance workgroup scanner with capability to handle a wide range of documents including passports and other forms of identification.
The new compact and dur
A seminar on 'High Performance Selling' will be held later this month under the patronage of Bahrain's Labour Minister Jameel Humaidan.
Organised by Leaders Institute for Training and Development, the seminar will be
Some of the biggest names in Formula One have spoken of their excitement about the forthcoming Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix.
Drivers cited high-speed corners at the Bahrain International Circuit (BIC), warm weather conditions and t
Bahrain was ranked 18th in the 2015 Islamic Growth Markets Investment Index which ranks countries' investment potential relatively within the Organisation of Islamic Co-operation (OIC) member states.
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A Saudi Arabian man, who allegedly pointed a gun at hotel employees and threatened to kill them, was upset because of the 'high room prices', a heard court.
The 53-year-old was reportedly enraged when he was informed of t
Ooredoo’s popular ‘Roam Like Home’ offer is back from February 26 to April 26, following high customer demand.
The service will allow prepaid and postpaid customers to enjoy local rates while roaming in UAE, with
UAE groundwater supply, which is the country’s main conventional water resource, could run out by 2030 owing to high demand from agriculture, according to a report.
"The groundwater level has declined from 60 metres to
National Bank of Bahrain (NBB) has reported a four per cent rise in net profit to BD53.44 million ($142.12 million) for last year, compared with BD51.36 million in 2013.
The profit figure is the highest ever achieved by the bank,
Oil prices are set to climb higher in the second quarter of the year, because the excess oil would have been consumed and global balance between supply and demand would be stabilised, according to experts.
The petrochemical sector