Manama : His Majesty King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa issued Royal Order 49/2017 reappointing two members of the Constitutional Court.
The Royal Order stipulated the reappointment of Ali Abdullah Al Dwayshan and Saeed Hassan Al Hayeki as members of the Constitutional Court for another term of five years.
Air conditioners installed inside the Central Market in Manama offer special blessings to vendors as well as consumers alike. Air conditioners have been a long time demand from the part of vendors here. And now the cooling system will boost the massive fruit and veggie shopping extravaganza durin
Managing Director of INFINITIWARE, a Bahraini artificial intelligence company, Ameen Al Tajer, explained to Tribune that “Bitcoins are basically a digital currency created by an anonymous person or entity named Satoshi Nakamoto almost a decade ago”. With the beginning of this
The Crown Prince has emphasised the significance of strong relations between the executive and legislature branches for the development of the nation. This came as His Royal Highness Prince Salman bin Hamad Al Khalifa, Crown Prince, Deputy Supreme Commander, and First Deputy Prime Minister,
The recent move by the Shura Council to impose fines up to BD50,000 and maximum jail sentences of three years for defaming individuals on social media has evoked mixed response from the public. The proposed amendment to 2014 Cyber Crimes Law will now be reviewed by the Cabinet before referr
Lawyers in the Kingdom say it’s high time to scrap the legal loophole that allows rapists to escape jail if they marry their victims. They allege Article 353 is still being retained in the Bahrain Penal Code because of the presence of backward-looking elements in the society, who cont
Under the Cities and Villages Development Project, the Ministry of Works, Municipal Affairs and Urban Planning has completed the renovation of 2,690 houses this year, it emerged. Ministry Undersecretary Dr Nabil Mohammed Abu Al Fateh said the ministry has also signed contracts to complete t
The Bahrain Red Crescent Society intends to set up a special project to train delivery boys and drivers of heavy vehicles in Bahrain on first aid skills to enable them to provide assistance to themselves and victims of accidents in the streets, revealed its secretary-general Dr Fawzi Amin. Under
More than 5, 000 expatriates were deported from Bahrain in the past three years for violating the Kingdom’s labour laws, it was recently revealed. According to the latest statistics released by the Supreme Judicial Council, 5, 294 expats were sentenced to deportation after they were convict