Al Absi: The government gives a great importance to safeguarding the rights of all workers

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Labour Market Regulatory Authority (LMRA) CEO, Chairman of the National Committee to Combat Trafficking in Persons, Mr. Ausamah bin Abdullah Al-Absi, confirmed that the Kingdom of Bahrain gives a great importance to safeguarding the rights of all foreign workers in the Kingdom, starting from its advanced economic, noting that the Kingdom has enacted a number of legislations flowing into this framework.

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LMRA chief receives Indian ambassador

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CEO of the Labour Market Regulatory Authority (LMRA) and Chairman of the National Anti-Human Trafficking Committee Ausamah bin Abdullah Al-Absi received here yesterday the Indian Ambassador to Bahrain Alok Kumar Sinha, and discussed with him the conditions of the Indian workforce in the kingdom and ways to enhance cooperation in the fields of informatics and exchange of information. Continue reading

LMRA CEO meets Philippine, Indian ambassadors

imageLabour Market Regulatory Authority CEO Osama bin Abdullah Al-Absi, today in two separate meetings, met with the newly-appointed ambassadors to Bahrain, Alfonso Ferdinand A. Ver of the Republic of the Philippines and Alok Kumar Sinha of the Republic of India. Continue reading

Embassy offers list of lawyers

Members of the Indian community have been warned against hiring lawyers without consulting their embassy. Indian Ambassador Dr Mohan Kumar yesterday said scores of his nationals have been duped by lawyers, who take their money without following through with the cases in Bahrain’s courts. Continue reading

Bahrain’s Capital Club hosts

Capital Club, Bahrain’s premier private business club, recently hosted an evening with the Indian Ambassador, His Excellency Dr. Mohan Kumar, providing club members and guests a unique opportunity to participate in an exclusive interactive session which highlighted the excellent and cordial bilateral trade and investment ties enjoyed by India and Bahrain. Continue reading