September 13, 2004
The UAE's National Human Resources and Employment Authority (Tanmia) has urged some 900 private companies in the trade sector, employing more than 50 workers, to fulfill the two per cent employment qu
Gulf Air, the national carrier of the Kingdom of Bahrain, Sultanate of Oman and United Arab Emirates announced that effective 15 December the airline will increase the frequency of its operations to F
Alcatel has recently announced that it had signed a major contract with General Post and Telecommunication Company (GPTC) for the supply of a complete solution including GSM/EDGE and 3G/UMTS infrastru
Business Software Alliance (BSA), the organisation dedicated to promoting a safe and legal digital world, is to launch a public awareness campaign about the importance of Intellectual Property Rights
September 12, 2004
Israel's Prime Minister Ariel Sharon warned Sunday morning of mounting incitement in his country, saying the heightened rhetoric against his so-called
Blasts and fighting on a major street in the heart of Baghdad near the U.S.-guarded Green Zone killed at least 24 Iraqis and wounded more than 100. In
High quantities of toxic chemical waste from unused or obsolete pesticides are posing a continuing and worsening threat to people and the environment in several parts of the world, including the Middl
Info2cell.com, the leading Wireless Applications Service Provider (WASP) in the Middle East and North Africa, has expanded its SMS news services for the UAE subscribers with the introduction of nine n
MOTEXHA Autumn 2004, the region's premier trade event for the textile, garment and leather industry closed Friday evening with exhibitors reporting new franchise partnerships and wholesale orders cros
September 9, 2004
While the USA mourned early September the deaths of more than 1,000 soldiers in Iraq, it is obvious that much more Iraqis have died since the United S
The number of petrochemicals factories in the GCC states increased to 9,802 by the end of 2003 from 4,386 in 1990, a growth of 123.5 per cent, according to official figures.
Morocco will launch a national plan to eradicate child begging. The campaign will first begin in the kingdom's largest city of Casablanca before being implemented in other regions of the country.
Gulf Air Thursday announced a US$10 million investment in new First and Business class skybeds, which will see the airline offering the most comfortable seating and sleeping environment in the skies.
The Middle East operations of VERITAS Software Corporation announced Thursday that the upcoming GITEX exhibition will enable the company to enhance its market reach with small and medium-size busines
September 8, 2004
A recent survey conducted amongst 62 of the region’s leading dermatologists has revealed that there is a high incidence of skin fungal infections acro