Regional tensions and upheavals could threaten public health, Bahrain’s Premier said yesterday (February 24).
He urged the international medical community to sound alarm bells and warn against potential epidemics and infecti
An estimated 10 per cent of the world’s adult population, nearly 600 million people, will suffer from the diabetes epidemic by 2015, according to a recently report.
The ‘Rising to the Challenge’ report, published
E-textbooks could soon be rolled out in public schools across Bahrain as part of plans to switch from paper-based studies.
It means the country's education system has to undergo a complete overhaul, said Education Minister Dr
The new law on cybercrime, approved by Bahrain’s King Hamad and enacted recently, seeks to reduce crimes by establishing penalties to protect public interest.
Under the law, illegal access to an IT system or part of it carri
Bahrain’s Premier has stressed the need to boost partnership between public and private sectors.
His Royal Highness Prime Minister Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa was speaking as he received at Gudaibiya Palace Bahrain
Bahrain Institute of Banking and Finance (BIBF) has launched two professional qualifications in public relations (PR), offered in association with the Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR), UK.
The Advance Certificate and
Strengthening security, establishing a diverse economy and increasing productivity of the public sector have been outlined in the Bahrain government's action plan for the next four years.
The blueprint comprises six core categ
India's top bankers have gathered in the western city of Pune in a one-of-a-kind huddle to discuss long-pending reforms vital to improving the health of ailing public sector banks in Asia's third-largest economy.
The Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation (Enec) will hold a public forum on December 16 in Silla in the Western Region and another one on December 17 in Abu Dhabi, UAE.
The public forums are held as part of Enec’s ongoing com
Eye experts at Moorfields Eye Hospital Dubai have stressed the need for regular vision screening, after a public screening session in the emirate on World Diabetes Day revealed that more than 20 per cent of people screened had some type of previ