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  • <p>A group of orphans were treated to Eid shopping at Centrepoint in City Centre Bahrain. They were each presented with BD50 as part of an initiative titled Farhathom (Their Happiness), which was organised by a group of volunteers and activists. Above and right, children with officials during the shopping.</p>
    Eid shopping fun
    12-08-2018 00:00 AM
  • <p>A group of orphans were treated to Eid shopping at Centrepoint in City Centre Bahrain. They were each presented with BD50 as part of an initiative titled Farhathom (Their Happiness), which was organised by a group of volunteers and activists. Above and right, children with officials during the shopping.</p>
    Eid shopping fun
    12-08-2018 00:00 AM
  • <p>A group of orphans were treated to Eid shopping at Centrepoint in City Centre Bahrain. They were each presented with BD50 as part of an initiative titled Farhathom (Their Happiness), which was organised by a group of volunteers and activists. Above and right, children with officials during the shopping.</p>
    Eid shopping fun
    12-08-2018 00:00 AM
  • <p>A soap-making workshop was held for orphans from the Royal Charity Organisation (RCO) at Ramli Mall. It was part of the summer programme in collaboration with LuLu Hypermarket held under the slogan ‘Leadership and Happiness’. RCO’s youngest volunteer, 16-year-old Fatima Salah, spearheaded the workshop held for orphans aged seven to 12. They were taught how to make soaps and introduced to the tools and materials used. Above, workshop participants with the volunteers. Right, Fatima supervises some of the boys while they work.</p>
    Workshop for orphans
    12-08-2018 00:01 AM
  • <p>A soap-making workshop was held for orphans from the Royal Charity Organisation (RCO) at Ramli Mall. It was part of the summer programme in collaboration with LuLu Hypermarket held under the slogan ‘Leadership and Happiness’. RCO’s youngest volunteer, 16-year-old Fatima Salah, spearheaded the workshop held for orphans aged seven to 12. They were taught how to make soaps and introduced to the tools and materials used. Above, workshop participants with the volunteers. Right, Fatima supervises some of the boys while they work.</p>
    Workshop for orphans
    12-08-2018 00:01 AM
  • <p>Twenty-five people attended a yoga camp organised by the Indian Community Relief Fund (ICRF) yesterday. The fourth camp of the kind was held at the AAA Homes compound, Budaiya. Yoga teacher Rudresh Kumar Singh conducted the classes who also briefed participants on the importance of a proper diet, health tips and simple yogic exercises. ICRF chairman Aruldas Thomas and ICRF yoga co-ordinator Nisha Rangarajan were also present.</p>
    Indian Community Relief Fund organises yoga camp
    11-08-2018 00:01 AM
  • <p>Residents of Malkiya village gathered yesterday to set up a chalet, as part of a community project to revive the local beach. More such temporary huts will be constructed in the coming weeks, once officials approve the first one, said community volunteer Makki Salman. The 57-year-old told the GDN that the message of the project was to co-operate to safeguard local facilities like the beaches. Above, residents setting up the chalet.</p>
    Residents of Malkiya set up a beach chalet
    11-08-2018 00:00 AM
  • <p>His Majesty King Hamad yesterday received at Safriya Palace Royal Court adviser Shaikh Ali bin Abdulla Al Khalifa, who presented an artwork and a book titled Faces from Bahrain, issued in co-operation with National Geographic.</p>
<p>&nbsp;The book features photographs showcasing heritage, tourism and natural sites in Bahrain.</p>
<p>The King hailed the outstanding artwork and valuable book which documents phases of Bahrain&rsquo;s history, and highlights development strides through photos showcasing archaeological and environmental features, pearl oyster beds and sports.</p>
<p>He commended the efforts by Janez Lotric, founder of Diplomatic Protocol Society, who supervised the production of the book, hailing co-operation between Bahrain and National Geographic.</p>
    His Majesty the King receives Shaikh Ali bin Abdulla Al Khalifa
    10-08-2018 00:00 AM
  • His Majesty the King receives Shaikh Ali bin Abdulla Al Khalifa
    10-08-2018 00:00 AM
  • <p><em>Al Hawaj managing director Jawad Al Hawaj, fourth from left, presents a winner with his prize, in the presence of general manager Abdulwahab Al Hawaj, third from right, CrediMax merchant services and sales manager Khalid&nbsp;</em>Showaiter<em>, third from left, and CrediMax representatives.</em></p>
<p>Cash prizes totalling $10,000 were awarded to three raffle draw winners who took part in a Three Hot Days promotion organised by Al Hawaj and CrediMax.</p>
<p>Ali Al Iskafi received $5,000, Ahmed Al Bastaki $3,000 and Ali Al Hirz $2,000 in a presentation at Al Hawaj&rsquo;s offices in Salmaniya.</p>
<p>Al Hawaj also gave away 27 other prizes, including Samsung LED TVs, Samsung refrigerators, Samsung digital cameras, perfume sets, branded watches and Omniah gift cards.</p>
    Al Hawaj and CrediMax raffle winners announced
    10-08-2018 00:00 AM
  • <p>His Majesty King Hamad yesterday received a group of citizens from Zallaq within the royal keenness to meet Bahrainis from various governorates.</p>
<p>He welcomed the contributions of Zallaq&rsquo;s citizens to Bahrain&rsquo;s development and their dedication to the homeland. His Majesty was reassured of their living conditions and ordered to facilitate their needs. The citizens thanked the King for meeting them.</p>
    His Majesty the King receives citizens from Zallaq
    09-08-2018 00:26 AM
  • His Majesty the King receives citizens from Zallaq
    09-08-2018 00:26 AM
  • <p>Fifty needy workers at a labour camp in Ras Ruman were given dry rations by the Indian Ladies Association (ILA). Rice, lentils, sugar and oil were distributed as part of the Workers Welfare Project.</p>
    ILA donates dry rations to needy workers
    09-08-2018 00:00 AM