Durrat Al Bahrain | Atkins provided masterplanning, architecture, landscaping, environment, transport, civil engineering and project management services for this sustainable residential, commercial and leisure resort community for a population of 60,000.
DID YOU KNOW? People walked 15-20 miles a day in the heat, even as water and food was scarce. More than 1 million died during the Indian Partition, which is almost equivalent to the current population of Bahrain. #VandeMataramMemorial #BePatrioticStayPatriotic
10. Bahrain Population: 1.3 million Percentage of millionaire households: 3.2% Bahrain, an island kingdom in the Persian Gulf, became a center of global attention after the 2011 Arab Spring sparked riots and repression in the oil-rich state. The protests underlined tension between Bahrain's Shiite majority and wealthier Sunni governing elite. Bahrain has 8,000 millionaire households. Its diversified economy, which for "only" 60 percent on oil exports, further includes aluminum, finance.
BAHRAIN - NEWS: 15.7.12 In London yesterday, protesters from the Opposition demonstrated infront of both the Bahrain & Saudi Arabian embassies calling for freedom, democracy and the banning of Sheikh Nasser bin Hamad Al Khalifa, who is accused of torturing athletes, from the Olympic Games. Saudi Arabia, which bankrolls Bahrain & supports it militarily, is currently suppressing the Shia population of Qatif, its eastern province. More .. http://www.petercliffordonline.com/bahrain-news
Iran has the largest Shia majority, with more than 66 million making up nearly 90% of the population. Shia are also in the majority in Iraq and Bahrain. There are sizable Shia communities in Kuwait, Yemen, Lebanon, Qatar, Syria, Saudi Arabia and the UAE.
Nature Flora and Fauna Trip from Manama This tour features the oil history and wildlife of Bahrain. On this tour visit Jabel Al Dukhan, The Tree of Life, Al-Areen Wildlife Park (Sanctuary) and have a brief photo stop at Bahrain International Circuit. Bahrain was the first country to discover oil in the Middle East and Al Areen Wildlife Park was established in 1975. Bahrain was perhaps the first Arab country to realize the rapid decline of many native wild animal populations in...