“Today we kill them, Messi or no Messi”, Pogba

“Today we kill them, Messi or no Messi”, Pogba

France’s Paul Pogba delivered an inspiring speech before their 4-3 win against Lionel Messi’s Argentina in the last-16 of the World Cup 2018 where he told his team mates ‘today we kill them, Messi or no Messi’ during the speech. France won their second World Cup ti

Bahrain’s social housing success stressed at forum

Bahrain’s social housing success stressed at forum

The Kingdom’s housing strides were highlighted at a panel discussion held at the headquarters of the International Peace Institute. Cabinet Affairs Minister Mohammed Al Mutawa said the Kingdom’s government has always been keen on providing decent housing to its citizen on the basis of

Tyrese wants to end feud with Johnson

Tyrese wants to end feud with Johnson

Los Angeles : Singer Tyrese Gibson has  taken one step towards squashing his beef with actor Dwayne Johnson following their public spat about the future of the “Fast & Furious” franchise by admitting he went too far. The two actors fell out last year when Gibson slamm

Chamber plans more market visits

Chamber plans more market visits

The commercial market committee of Bahrain Chamber of Commerce and Industry (BCCI) will make more market visits on Saturday. Local markets in Jidhafs, Sitra, East Riffa, West Riffa and Budaiya will be visited by the committee along with board members and other officials from the chamber,

Old car helps cops trace rioters

Old car helps cops trace rioters

An old green car helped police trace five rioters, it emerged. The cops saw the car at 12 riot scenes as they reviewed footage of rioting from various places. Investigations were carried out to identify its owner, which resulted in his arrest. Four other men were also nabbed after

Katty Perry ‘heartbroken’

Katty Perry ‘heartbroken’

Sydney : Singer Katy Perry fell into deep depression after her album “Witness” flopped last year. The pop star told Vogue Australia that the public’s reaction to her fifth record, which featured the tracks Swish Swish and Bon Appetit, left her heartbroken and led to some serious

50 years after Concorde, US start-up eyes supersonic

50 years after Concorde, US start-up eyes supersonic

Weybridge : Luxury air travel faster than the speed of sound: A US start-up is aiming to revive commercial supersonic flight 50 years after the ill-fated Concorde first took to the skies. Blake Scholl, the former Amazon staffer who co-founded Boom Supersonic, delivered the pledge this wee