March 12, 2001
A ‘quiet day’ of contemplation will be led by the Rt. Reverend Clive Handford, Anglican bishop in Cyprus and the Gulf on March 23 in Awali, Bahrain.
Emir Sheikh Hamad al Khalifa will meet with Bahrainis who have returned from exile under a general amnesty as part of a reconciliation program.
UAE customers of the international parcel transportation company, Federal Express, will now on be able to receive or dispatch packages 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
March 11, 2001
Bahrain’s health ministry started Saturday a campaign aimed at reducing and eventually eliminating the prevalence of hepatitis B among infants and chi
An Amnesty International delegation held talks Sunday with senior officials in Bahrain following a democracy referendum and the release of political p
More than 1,000 Arab and foreign delegates have already registered for the Middle East Oil Show (MEOS) conference, which begins next Saturday in Manam
The Manama-based Gulf Petrochemical Industries Company (GPIC) profits reached 40 million dollars last year, up from nine millions in 1999.
March 10, 2001
Bahrain’s telecommunications company (Batelco) inaugurates Saturday a two-million-dollar customer service center in one of the country’s biggest shopp
Bahrain’s garment exports surged by 40 percent last year, totaling 330 million dollars.
More than 100 new jobs will be created for Bahrainis when four health centers extend their opening hours.
Bahrain’s Society of Engineers (BSE) will host in October a meeting of the Supreme Council of Federation of Arab Engineers.
March 9, 2001
The extended week-long Eid Al Adha holidays saved Bahrain from a catastrophic working week.
March 8, 2001
The International Court of Justice (ICJ) in The Hague will rule on March 16 on a territorial dispute between Bahrain and Qatar.
March 7, 2001
Bahrain’s Emir Shaikh Hamad Al Khalifa arrives Wednesday in Cairo for talks with Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak.
March 6, 2001
The Bahrain-based Arab Banking Corporation has reported a declared a net profit of $127 million for the year ended December 31, 2000, 13 percent more than the $112 million worth of net profit declared