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Organisers aim to collect over 500,000 signatures for Loyalty Campaign
Manama, April 19 (BNA) -- It was a simple message a group of Bahraini’s wanted to send across to the masses- " reflect their loyalty to the leadership." In what started last week as signing an allegiance pledge and Loyalty swords campaign is now turned into a movement of masses from all spectrums, turning up in numbers signing their initials supporting the wise leadership.
2011/04/19 More
Bahrain Youths role in Social Media
Manama, April. 14 (BNA) -- Many individuals within a society tend to underestimate the impact of deliberate spread of false information. They often fail to realize the size of damage that can occur, in a blink of an eye, by one simple click.
2011/04/14 More
Asian clubs in Bahrain regain confidence
Manama, April 13 (BNA) -- Senior officials of expatriate clubs in Bahrain say the country is back on track and its members are re-gaining confidence to live and work in the Kingdom, which they say is- " like home." The clubs are popular among Asian expatriates and their families, as they serve as social meeting place for several individuals.
2011/04/13 More
Bahraini tourism and hospitality sector is on track
Manama, April 7(BNA) -- Bahrain’s tourism and hospitality sector will be on track in the coming months with confidence gaining among residents and citizens of the security and stability in the country. On Wednesday, 37 tourists from Europe visited Bahrain for the first time since the unrest that started in February.
2011/04/07 More
Al Wasat's Unethical Coverage Revealed
Manama, April 2. (BNA) -- A Bahrain TV report aired tonight has revealed the unprofessional and unethical practices of "Al Wasat" newspaper during its coverage of the latest incidents in the kingdom.
2011/04/03 More
Security and stability are restored in the Kingdom
Manama, March 21 (BNA) -- Bahrain experienced a month of security unrest escalation, that threatened and abused the Kingdom on different scales; of economical; medical; under-age children exploitation; as well as the lives of the citizens. Therefore His Majesty King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa declared a state of national security to restore tranquility, stability, and security to the Kingdom of Bahrain.
2011/03/21 More
MPs debate Unauthorized gatherings
Manama, March 10 (BNA) – Bahraini MPs today debated the increasing number of political gatherings in front of ministries and vital facilities such as hospitals and schools that are causing traffic disruption, as well as harming the public interests of citizens. MP Adnan Al Maliki told the Bahrain News Agency (BNA) that after receiving an enormous number of complaints from citizens about the large number of sit-ins and rallies at critical locations had disrupted the natural movement, he would discuss this matter with the Interior Minister Shaikh Rashid bin Abdullah Al Khalifa next week to find effective rallies law implementation procedures.
2011/03/10 More
The Kingdom's achievements in the era of HM the King
Manama, Feb. 14 (BNA) -- The Kingdom of Bahrain has accomplished remarkable achievements in the democracy, economic development and political reform. This came within the reformatory project launched by His Majesty King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa aimed at respecting human rights, political freedoms and enhancing public participation.
2011/02/14 More
HM King Hamad's Noble Gestures Reflect Cohesion Between Leadership and Citizens/ Report
Manama, Feb. 12. (BNA) -- His Majesty King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa's initiatives and directives to upgrade the standards of living of the Bahraini citizens reflect HM's keen interest in the Bahraini citizens as the core of the kingdom's comprehensive development process and testify to the wise leadership-people cohesion which is the main guarantor of national unity and the best means to safeguard landmark national achievements attained during HM King Hamad's prosperous era.
2011/02/12 More
Media Freedoms in the Kingdom Praised
Manama, Feb.10.(BNA) -- The Kingdom's landmark achievements in the field civil liberties since the approval of 98.4 of the Bahraini citizens of the National Action Charter asserting that "Every citizen shall have the right to express himself orally, in writing or in any other way of expression of personal opinion or creativity. Under this law, freedom of scientific research, publishing, press and printing are ensured within the scope specified by law" were today praised . In an opinion poll conducted by the Bahrain News Agency (BNA), Bahraini journalists lauded the freedom enjoyed by the citizens as a result of the National Action Charter.
2011/02/11 More