March 19, 2001
The first Bahraini human rights watchdog, Bahrain Human Rights Society (BHRS) said Sunday it hopes to make a real contribution to the development of B
Bahrain's emir Sheikh Hamad al-Khalifa will visit Qatar on Tuesday, just four days after the neighboring Gulf states settled a 60-year-old territorial
It appears to be a shining example of even-handed justice. Last week the International Court in Hague issued its verdict, settling a 60-year territorial conflict between Bahrain and Qatar that nearly
Bahrain has wasted no time in inviting international oil companies to drill for oil after the world court recognized the Gulf state's sovereignty over islands disputed with neighboring Qatar.
The clothes may be shrink-proof, but evidently not the export total. The Bahraini Chamber of Commerce and Industry is forecasting that the country’s ready-to-wear clothing exports are likely to fall d
March 18, 2001
The Gulf Petro-product Company EC has announced last week plans to invest SR1.12 billion in a paraffin and linear alkyl benzene project to be set up i
Bahrain has invited international oil drilling companies to explore the Gulf state’s oil fields and invest there.
Bahrain’s Emir Shaikh Hamad Al Khalifa will visit Sunday the UAE for talks with President Shaikh Zayed Al Nahyan.
The government of Bahrain has decided to disband the Bahrain Promotions and Marketing Board (BPMB), the body created five years ago to promote Bahrain as an investment center.
March 17, 2001
An Australian teacher was killed in a fight with a Bahraini driver in Manama, two weeks before he was due to retire.
Bahrain’s Emir Shaikh Hamad al Khalifa will visit Saudi Arabia on Saturday to hold talks with King Fahd.
Both Gulf states of Bahrain and Qatar declared victory Friday after the world court divided up the spoils in a long-standing territorial dispute over
March 16, 2001
Eighty-four people were granted Bahraini citizenship on Thursday.
March 15, 2001
United Gulf Bank Bahrain earned a net profit of $16.7million during the financial year ending December 2000.
Bahrain signed Wednesday a 4.5-million-dollar deal with US Pipes and Foundry to increase distribution of drinking water in different Bahraini areas.