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30 Oct, 2007

Bahrain Tribune: Mandatory health checks must be regulated

Titus Filio Contributor Mandatory health checks must adhere to the standards of international human rights to stamp out discrimination and malpractice which include the...

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30 Oct, 2007

CARAM / BCHR: State of health of Migrant 2007- Mandatory testing in Bahrain

State of health of Migrant 2007 Mandatory testing in Bahrain Mandatory testing Research is made by CARAM network and its member organization The Bahrain Center for...

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30 Oct, 2007

GDN: Expats' health testing rapped

By GEOFFREY BEW Published: 30 October 2007 A SYSTEM designed to detect illness among expatriates could actually be contributing to the spread of disease, according to a new...

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25 Oct, 2007

GDN: New laws to protect Filipinos planned

By GEOFFREY BEW Published: 25th October 2007 THE Philippine government may introduce tougher laws to protect overseas workers in the Gulf from abuse, a visiting congressman...

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25 Oct, 2007

Gulf News: Council rejects minimum marriage age

http://archive.gulfnews.com/articles/07/10/24/10162228.html 10/24/2007 07:06 PM | By Habib Toumi, Bureau Chief Manama: The Islamic Scholars Council yesterday rejected...

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20 Oct, 2007

Bahrarin Tribune: Stiff penalties lined up for illegal recruitment

Amendment of the Indian Emigration Act of 1983 has been necessitated to eliminate the fraud that agents have resorted to, by collecting huge fees from aspiring visa–seekers. It...

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18 Oct, 2007

Bahrain Tribune : Stiff penalties for firms employing illegal expats

The Minister of Labour, Dr. Majed Al Alawi, who is also Chairman of the Labour Market Regulatory Authority (LMRA), said that a stiff penalty would be imposed on employers who...

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18 Oct, 2007

GDN: Indian minister to discuss bilateral ties and amnesty

By SOMAN BABY Published: 18th October 2007 LABOUR rules in Bahrain and India will be the focus of talks by Overseas Indian Affairs Minister Vayalar Ravi, who arrives in...

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17 Oct, 2007

Bahrain Tribune : Indian embassies to get toll-free helpline

Minister outlines measures to check exploitation of labour Alexander M. Arrackal Staff Reporter Minister for Overseas Indian Affair Vayalar Ravi yesterday revealed measures...

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17 Oct, 2007

GDN: Embassy alert over death rates

By GEOFFREY BEW Published: 17th October 2007 BANGLADESHI authorities are calling for action to halt the rising number of their citizens who die in Bahrain. The number of...

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