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Bahraini youths: National Assembly's recommendations assures Bahraini youths a lot about their future.
Manama: July 29 – (BNA) - A number of youths' activists in the Kingdom of Bahrain highlighted that the speedy implementation of the recommendations concluded yesterday by the National Assembly's extraordinary session will definitely usher in a phase of stability and prosperity which enables them to contribute much more in making their future and participate in developing their beloved Motherland. A number of youth activists told the Bahrain News Agency (BNA) that the continuity of acts of violence, terrorism, incitement or attempts to fragment the ranks negatively impacts on youngsters in schools, universities, societies, etc. and makes these institutions an arena for divisionism and strife and swerves them from performing their role in preparing the future young generation.
2013/07/29 More
The Five-Year Strategic plan (2013-2018) of the Ministry of State for Information Affairs focuses on the following three key strategic issues:
Manama: July 24 -- (BNA)-- The Minister of State for Information, Ms. Samira Ibrahim bin Rajab, at a press briefing today announced the Five-Year Strategic plan (2013-2018) of the Ministry of State for Information Affairs as follows:-
2013/07/24 More
‘NYK, Hanjin ships calling at Bahrain could encourage manufacturing’ APM chief
Arrackal Alexander M Manama, Jul 19 (BNA) -- APM Terminals, operators of the Shaikh Khalifa bin Salman Port (SKSP), organized a ghabhga at the Bushido Restaurant, at which its Chief Executive Officer Marco Neelsen informed the august gathering, “APM Terminals has signed up with Japanese shipping company Nippon Yusan Kysha (NYK) and Korean company Hanjin Shipping. The first ship will call into Bahrain on August 12.
2013/07/19 More
National Dialogue the way forward says govt spokesperson
Manama, Jul 15 (BNA) -- The success of the National Dialogue is the only solution to enhance brotherhood and fraternity among the various peoples of the Kingdom of Bahrain. Violence can never win, said the Spokesperson for the Government and the State Minister for Information Affairs Authority, Sameera Rajab.
2013/07/15 More
Bahrain plans air ambulance usage
Manama, July 15 (BNA) -- The cabinet at its weekly session at the Qudaibiya Palace discussed a proposal to use an air ambulance to transport those in critical state from distant places of the Kingdom of Bahrain. Spokesperson for the government and the State Minister for Information Affairs Authority, Sameera Rajab told the press the air ambulance was needed to save precious lives that could be jeopardized by moving them over long distances and in dense traffic.
2013/07/15 More
‘Summer without power hiccups is priority’ EWA minister
Manama, July 9 (BNA) -- The Minister for Electricity and Water Affairs, Dr Abdulhusain Ali Al Mirza, assured Bahrain a summer without much hiccups in the power sector. Call centers for emergency complaints has gone up to 40 from the earlier 30, he told the media, after the cabinet meeting early this afternoon. The government has allotted BD40 million for improving the power scenario, the minister said.
2013/07/09 More
Ramadan Majales are a Democratic Gathering to discuss Society’s Issues and strengthen National Cohesion
Manama, July 7th (BNA) –During the holy month of Ramadan, the Majales in Kingdom of Bahrain attract various categories of citizens and residents, for they gather people together and strengthen national cohesion, and they are also considered a sign of democracy where they discuss issues of concern to homeland.
2013/07/07 More
House Speaker to BNA: more legislations, proposals to maintain security and stability; and, the Gulf union is definitely coming
Manama: July 3 -- (BNA) The House of Representatives' Speaker, Mr. Khalifa bin Ahmed Al-Dhahrani, has applauded HM King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa ongoing reform project which has opened vast horizons for freedoms of opinion and expression in compliance with the Constitution and the law through lawful, urbane constitutional and legal institutions and said that there is absolutely no justification to resort to chaos or violence and shunned any breaching of law and order holding implicated instigators and terrorist cells accountable for their wrongdoing before the competent court(s).
2013/07/03 More
Greater transparency, accountability in human rights sought through ombudsman initiative
Manama, July 3 (BNA) -- Bahrain this morning inaugurated the office of the Human Rights ombudsman, In an effort to clean the slate and put the country on a new trajectory of peace, harmony and growth in all sectors.
2013/07/03 More
Tamkeen, twofour54 enter into two year media training pact
Manama, Jun 25 (BNA) -- Tamkeen entered into a BD600,000 public relations and graphic design professionals programme with twofour54, said the Senior Manager Human Capital of Tamkeen, Amal Kooheji. The two-year contract was signed by Tamkeen Chief Executive Mahmood Hashem Al Kooheji and twofour54 Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Noura Al Kaabi.
2013/06/25 More