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Brij Sharma

Brij Sharma

Brij Sharma is an Indian journalist and editor based in Bahrain. Brij tells us the interesting stories we don’t usually hear from the middle east country.

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Bahrain’s Police Force Discloses Its Security Activities Through an Exhibition

The exhibition was free and open to public. Numerous booths showcased every conceivable activity undertaken by its various wings to maintain peace and security, improve traffic safety and control crime.

TV Clip Creates No Clouds Over Bahrain-Saudi Ties

The incident, which involved a drunken man, had happened in May, and would have gone unreported but this month Al Arabia TV showed a short clip of the man allegedly being attacked by Bahraini policemen, sparking a row in the media.

Bahraini Women Hope to Make It to Parliament

This move to empower women has royal blessings since the Council is headed by Her Highness Shaikha Sabika bint Ibrahim Al Khalifa, wife of HH the King of Bahrain.

Bahrain Makes Youth Partners in Progress

Bahrain is launching a key programme this summer to involve the youth in the process of nation-building in a big way.

Arsonists Hit Power Unit in Bahrain Township

The residents of the township of Sanabis in Bahrain have called upon the authorities concerned to protect them against acts of violence and arson in the area.

Bahrain Activist Questions Impartiality of World Rights Bodies

The impartiality and subjective approach of various international human rights organizations have been questioned by a Bahraini politician.

Dynasties to The Fore as New India Govt Takes Power

Rahul Gandhi promised to change the face of Indian polity by reducing the influence of dynasties. Unfortunately, facts and figures in the aftermath of elections show this promise turned out to be rhetorical...

Go to Parliament, Bahrain Tells Naturalisation Petitioners

Since the law on naturalisation of foreigners was cleared through a Parliamentary debate, the government wants those petitioning for changes in the law to take the parliamentary route to amend it as well.