January 1, 2001
Aeroflot, Russian national airline, resumed regular passenger flights between Sheremetyevo-2 Airport in Moscow and the Bahraini capital, Manama, on December 25.
December 31, 2000
The trend towards smoking among women in Bahrain is increasing, Bahrain Tribune reported Sunday, quoting a senior official. The Head of the Anti-Smoki
Bahrain’s finance minister has said that tariffs will be cut on consumer goods and imported cars by 2003, as part of a series of economic and political reforms initiated by Bahrain\'s Emir Sheikh Hama
December 28, 2000
The Bahraini government’s decision to open the property market to other GCC nationals and expatriate residents has led to a real estate development, said Mohammed Dadabhai, a Shura council member, in
December 26, 2000
Bahrain\'s emir has commuted the death sentences of three Shiites convicted of a 1996 arson attack on a restaurant in which seven Bangladeshis were ki
December 25, 2000
Bahrain is to cut tariffs on consumer goods and imported cars by 2003, two years before the deadline set by the Gulf Co-operation Council, following a
The Bahraini government on Monday denied opposition reports that dozens of arrests were made during a mass demonstration in Manama to mark Jerusalem D
December 24, 2000
The number of companies registered at Bahrain\'s Commerce Ministry was 4,452 in the 10-month period ending October, showing an increase of 292 over th
Bahraini riot police fired rubber bullets and arrested dozens of protestors during a mass demonstration outside a Shiite mosque.
The Bahrain Flour Mills Company has recently canceled two project proposals, a biscuit and a spaghetti manufacturing projects, valued at 1.5 million Bahraini dinars.
December 20, 2000
An Ethiopian maid on death row for murdering her Bahraini employer\'s wife and chopping up the body is to lodge an appeal next week on the grounds of
December 19, 2000
Two successful kidney transplants have been carried out for the first time by a purely Bahraini team at Sulmaniya Medical Complex (SMC), The Gulf Dail
The Gulf Arab state of Bahrain took a step towards democracy Tuesday, with a high-level committee approving a plan to restore a directly elected parli
December 18, 2000
Bahrain will host the 9th Middle East Corrosion Conference and Exhibition in February next year, Bahrain Tribune reported Monday The Event is being or
The Bahraini government approved the setting up of a $265-million tourism company to develop the state's tourism industry.