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“It’s a snafu, honest!”

6 Jan, '112 Comments

BAHRAINI authorities yesterday claimed to have blocked a number of websites and blogs by mistake. The Information Affairs Authority (IAA) claimed a technical error resulted in blocking of several sites, but said in a statement it was fixing the problem. […] She said her site www.sillybahrainigirl.blogspot.com was blocked on Tuesday after being incorrectly categorised as […]

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Ministry of Information no more?

Ministry of Information no more?

9 Jul, '1014 Comments

The Ministry of Information & Culture neé Ministry of Information has now transformed into the Ministry of Culture with the information part devolved into an authority under the leadership of Shaikh Fawaz Al-Khalifa, the ex president of GOYS. He will also inherit the main departments of the erstwhile MoI, but how will these changes make a difference?

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Bahrain shuts down Al-Jazeera

Bahrain shuts down Al-Jazeera

19 May, '105 Comments

Bahrain on Tuesday evening said that it had temporarily shut down the office of Al Jazeera television station for “violating professional conventions.” “The Ministry of Culture and Information has made the decision to freeze the activities of Al Jazeera Satellite Channel office in Bahrain

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The Ministry of Information is listening

The Ministry of Information is listening

6 Aug, '087 Comments

Well, it’s more than listening. They can actually read and also visit this blog from time to time. I am honoured and well chuffed. Extremely. And this particular page has become their official home page! How would I know? Well because I do. They have used some of the information there to issue yet another […]

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Shaking up BRTC

Shaking up BRTC

3 Aug, '0828 Comments

The employees at the TV station are threatening a strike tomorrow and if that doesn’t get their demands, they’re threatening an en mass resignation. They’re not happy with the new BRTC CEO Ahmed Najem. I suggest to our good friends at that illustrious institutions to forgo the first threat in their due process and just […]

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