April 15, 2001
The joint Qatar-Bahraini higher committee convenes on Monday in Doha as both countries signed an agreement last month to bolster bilateral ties.
Bahrain and Qatar are to launch the first ferry service between the two Gulf neighbors, now the world court has settled their territorial dispute, a newspaper reported Saturday, April 14. "The propos
April 14, 2001
Bahrain has submitted its candidacy to join the UN Human Rights Commission.
Bahraini women from across the country will meet late Saturday to form their own national movement, the first of its kind in the Gulf state.
Work has started on a 15-million-dollars Disney-style aqua park in the south-east of Bahrain.
Bahrain’s first private girls school will be inaugurated in September.
April 13, 2001
Bahrain's committee has begun deliberations over steps to be taken to implement the changes in the voted National Charter.
Experts meeting in Bahrain say that high blood cholesterol levels, which are a major risk factor for heart attacks, can be combated by effective drugs
The GCC represents the best framework for furthering co-operation among regional states, said Bahraini Affairs and Information Minister Mohammed Al Mu
April 12, 2001
Bahrain’s history sprang to life Wednesday with the opening of the Ninth Heritage Festival of the 10-day cultural festival under the theme Traditional
Bahrain’s campaign to introduce democratic and constitutional reforms took a major step forward on Wednesday when the committee charged with activatin
Buoyed by the successful resolution of a land dispute between their two countries, the business communities of Bahrain and Qatar appear intent on quickly to patching up bilateral trade relations.
April 11, 2001
A Bahraini woman has sued a mall store for “ethical damages” when she found a mirror in the store’s changing room, making it possible for anyone to se
Bahrain Monetary Agency (BMA) has posted a net profit of BD24.5 million ($68m) last year, comprising a rise of 35 percent over BD18.1m ($50m) gains re
A Bahraini company plans to launch four industrial projects in Syria at a cost of $1.6 billion, the Baath economic weekly reported Tuesday, April 10. Among the projects, which will be launched by t