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Public Private Records

Public Private Records

4 Jan, '0612 Comments

I know, that’s like a definition of an oxymoron, but as far as this situation is concerned it hits the nail very much on the head. Let me explain: I took my mother this morning to the Salmania Medical Complex for a check-up x-ray for bone density. That section is housed in the very old […]

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Knight in Shining Armour

28 Dec, '057 Comments

نزع فتيل المشكلة بعد لقاء نائب رئيس الوزراء بالشيخ سند المنامة – حيدر محمد، بنا نزع أمس فتيل المشكلة التي أدت الى توقيف الشيخ محمد سند في مطار البحرين الدولي مساء الأحد الماضي بعد اجتماع استغرق ساعتين عقد في وزارة الشئون الاسلامية حضره نائب رئيس الوزراء وزير الشئون الإسلامية الشيخ عبدالله بن خالد آل خليفة […]

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Of Reshuffles & FTAs

4 Oct, '050 Comments

The new ministers installed in Bahrain’s latest cabinet reshuffle inherit positions in a country that is currently breaking Arab world records in a number of sectors. With the country ahead in attracting foreign investment, it is also moving forwards in signing foreign trade pacts, as debates in the US appeared to move Bahrain closer still […]

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According to Jamal Dawood, 82 sites already registred…

20 Aug, '056 Comments

When you consider that there are possibly tens of thousands of sites about Bahrain or are run from it, this is an abject failure (arabic) of his department. What boggles the mind is that he still doesn’t take the opportunity to tell the whole world that the government, and his department in particular, has listened […]

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Islamic Action Society administratively closed for 45 days

5 Jul, '051 Comment

Nothing damages political causes like some fired-up brain-fartist™ going off at a tangent. In an event which was organised by the Islamic Action Society at the Society of Engineers’ premises in Juffair to “honour the 73.” These are the 73 people who in the 70s 1981 wanted to overthrow the government and who have all […]

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