The High Criminal Court sentenced three defendants to one year behind bars each for attacking a Bahraini man. The defendants include a woman, aged 34. The first and second defendants, aged 22 and 15 respectively, are said to have mocked the victim’s wife after they got involved in a traffic row with her. The wife informed her husband about the incident after noting down the car’s registration number. And he went to them to settle the issue, according to court documents.
A Youth Entrepreneurial Development Initiative is launched to inspire Bahraini Youth towards their entrepreneurial aspirations, as part of Manama Entrepreneurship Week (MEW) events. The initiative includes a launch workshop whereby par
The Youth and Sports Affairs Ministry’s preparations for the first International Youth Festival to achieve the sustainable development goals (SDGs) are in full swing. The event will be held under the patronage of His Majesty King
The Electricity and Water Authority (EWA) has launched the second phase of a campaign to reduce electricity consumption at fourstar hotels by 3 per cent a year. The move follows its successful first phase which targeted 17 five-star ho
The Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland – Medical University of Bahrain (RCSI Bahrain) in Busaiteen yesterday played host to a special conference focusing on ‘Professionalism in Healthcare’, under the patronage of Li
Twenty-seven sports officials of different sports clubs and federations attended Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) course, organized by the Bahrain Olympic Committee’s (BOC) Bahrain Olympic Academy. This two-day event was organ
INJAZ Bahrain was honoured with the Bahrain international CSR award for its dedication in addressing fundamental and social economic challenges of youth in the Kingdom. The award was presented during the opening ceremony of the Bahrain
The High Criminal Court sentenced a drug peddler to five-years imprisonment and slapped a fine of BD3000. The man, an Asian by nationality, will be deported after serving his prison terms.
Rising temperatures and increasing saline intrusion are rapidly shrinking Bahrain’s freshwater resources, a spokesman for Bahrain’s environment council has told the Guardian. According to the official, the climate change ef