January 2, 2014
Confusion reigns among travel agents and passengers of RAK Airways after the low-cost airline announced the suspension of all operations from January 1.
India and Saudi Arabia will soon finalize a Standard Employment Contract to ensure a smooth relationship between the employer and the employee, according to a senior Indian minister.
The main reason for the sharp drop in surplus is a 50 per cent jump in spending to KD5.1 billion by the end of September from KD3.4 billion a year ago, the official data showed.
The Doctors Syndicate announced that the strike would take place as the government continues to ignore healthcare problems that doctors face, in a statement issued Tuesday.
January 1, 2014
Steven Davis, who was blamed by some of his former Dewey colleagues for mismanaging the law firm by giving outsize pay guarantees to lawyers, will be chief legal officer of the Middle East government.
According to leaked documents, shared publicly by Der Spiegel and security researcher Jacob Appelbaum, the NSA's program lets the agency do a wide range of things on someone's iPhone, including reading text messages and personal contacts
GCC stock markets closed 2013 on positive note Tuesday, with all the benchmark indices registering gains at close of trading.
Abu Dhabi's Department of Transport will build the first green road in the Middle East during 2014. The road, which will connect the capital to Dubai will be ready for use by early 2015.
Egypt's pound lost 9 percent of its value throughout 2013 against the dollar.
Travelling more than 751 million kilometres and with the earth’s equator circumference 40,075 kilometres, Emirates said yesterday its fleet circumnavigated the earth 18,753 times.
December 31, 2013
According to the IEA data, oil production from non-OPEC countries, led by the US Canada and Brazil, will increase to 56.5 million barrels a day by 2014, he added.
Dubai International airport is on track to surpass its own traffic forecast of 65.4 million for the year, as it recorded 11 consecutive months of significant growth in 2013, according to latest data.
Gold fell in thin holiday trade, heading for its biggest annual loss in more than three decades at nearly 30 percent.
Oman's Ministry of Transport and Communications cancelled tenders this week to select a contractor for its Ras Al Hadd airport.
Jaguar is scheduled to start producing mid-sized sports sedans in the Middle East in 2015.