Bahrain is building more than 200 houses in a remote area of the Philippines for families whose lives were torn apart by a deadly typhoon almost two years ago.
The Bahrain Red Crescent Society (BRCS) is spearheading the $2 million
Companies in Bahrain are starting to realise that corporate social responsibility (CSR) is an important part of their transformation into a reputed brand, said a leading businesswoman.
Bahrain Chamber of Commerce and Industry boar
A new royal animal welfare society has been set up that promises to humanely tackle Bahrain's stray dog problem.
The Royal Society for Animal Welfare, headed by Shaikha Marwa bint Abdulrahman Al Khalifa, plans to open a shelte
His Majesty King Hamad has reiterated Bahrain's commitment to an inclusive society in which all people are represented.
Speaking as he received representatives of Bahrain's expatriate communities, he pledged that the kingd
Ericsson, a leader in communications technology and services, has appointed Rutger Reman as the head of industry and society for its Middle East operations.
The ‘Industry and Society’ is a newly-established division wi
A political society set up to provide a "moderate platform" open to all Bahrainis regardless of religion or sect will be officially recognised today, four months after its launch.
The 70-member Al Watan (The Homeland) so
CFA Society Bahrain, the association for local investment professionals of CFA Institute, has appointed Mahmoud Nawar as its new president.
The society's immediate past president Lamees Al Baharna has taken on the role of the
A political society in Bahrain has denied links to a terrorist cell that was uncovered earlier this week.
The police had seized guns, ammunition, bomb-making materials and knives from the home of a terror suspect recently, said a
Ericsson, a multinational provider of communications technology and services, is set to demonstrate smart city transformation and its impact on lives, using innovative services and solutions that facilitate the growth of the ‘Networked Soc
Bahrain Medical Society has voiced concern over a Health Ministry decision to suspend three doctors following the death of a 12-year-old boy on the operating table at Salmaniya Medical Complex.