Bahrain is expected to face a subsidised meat shortage in the coming days due to a ban on chilled imports.
Meanwhile, the country's main abattoir and livestock importer says it could close down next month due to demands being
A string of four-star hotels that were slapped with live music bans last month have started to reapply for entertainment licences in anticipation of the Christmas and New Year celebrations.
The 28 affected hotels had allegedly com
Bahrain has introduced a key legislation regulating fundraising, banning ordinary people and legal entities from raising funds ‘for public purposes’ unless licensed by the relevant ministry.
His Royal Highness Prime Mi
Bahrain has not lifted a ban on Nigerians travelling here, despite the country being declared Ebola-free by the World Health Organisation (WHO), it has emerged.
Health Minister Sadiq Al Shehabi earlier this month gave clearance fo
India is considering a ban on electronic cigarettes over the risks to public health that they may cause, a senior Health Ministry official told Reuters.
The World Health Organization (WHO) in August called for stiff regulation of
Fresh calls have been made for the release of a former exchange company employee, who has been behind bars for almost three years.
Indian Binil Kumar was arrested in November 2011 on charges relating to an illegal transaction that
A total of 380 firms violated Bahrain's summer work ban this year. During the last two weeks of the ban, which ended on Sunday, 114 violations were registered involving 259 labourers.
Labour Ministry officials have inspected 1
Bahrain continues to face challenges when it comes to travel ban victims because of a lack of co-operation between government bodies, according to a rights report.
The Bahrain Human Rights Watch Society (BHRWS) has released its sh
More than 260 organisations have violated Bahrain's summer work ban in the last seven weeks, a senior official has revealed.
Inspectors visited 14,532 sites and recorded 266 violations involving 652 workers since the ban came
Bahrain has confirmed a ban on imports of livestock and meat products from Sierra Leone, Liberia, Guinea and Nigeria following an outbreak of Ebola, which has killed hundreds in the four West African countries.