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18 Sep, 2006

Bahrain Tribune :Wounded maids

Abuse, illtreatment, non-payment of wages are their main grievances Ayla Marisse G Ginete Contributor An average of 50 Filipina domestic workers every month approach the...

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18 Sep, 2006

Bahrain Tribune :Indian survives cut throat

The timely intervention of a Bahraini saved the life of an Indian man who had reportedly tried to commit suicide. The man’s cut windpipe saved his life, medics told the...

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18 Sep, 2006

GDN:Recruiters furious over blacklisting

By EUNICE del ROSARIO Published: 18 September 2006 MORE manpower agencies have reportedly been blacklisted by the Philippines Embassy, sparking complaints from recruiters...

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18 Sep, 2006

Indo-Asian News Service:Complaints involving Indians in Bahrain rising

Complaints involving Indians in Bahrain rising Indo-Asian News Service Dubai, September 17, 2006 Sep 9: Dues denied to Indian workers of Bahrain firm »...

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17 Sep, 2006

GDN:Rising abuse cases 'a cause for concern'

Rising abuse cases 'a cause for concern' By BEGENA GEORGE Published: 17 September 2001 A VISITING Indian MP yesterday rapped the increasing number of labour complaints...

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17 Sep, 2006

GDN:Therapy for abused

Therapy for abused By Rebecca Torr Published: 17 September 2001 FEMALE victims of abuse will be given advice and therapy to help re-build their self-esteem during a three-...

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15 Sep, 2006

GDN:Remittances by migrants 'more than global aid'

Remittances by migrants 'more than global aid' By AMIRA AL HUSSAINI in New York Published: 15 September 2006 Remittances sent by migrants from developing countries to their...

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15 Sep, 2006

GDN:Minimum wage 'is key to cut abuse'

Minimum wage 'is key to cut abuse' Published: 15 September 2006 SETTING a minimum wage not only for housemaids, but also for other foreign workers, would prevent their...

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14 Sep, 2006

Bahrain Tribune :The Lady who cried wolf …over and over again

Filipina Rosario Pineda has a labour case that revolved into a civil case for the past three years since March 2003. She filed the case against her employer, Rashid Mubarak...

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13 Sep, 2006

New KeralaTime:Help pours in for abandoned Indian boy in Bahrain

Help pours in for abandoned Indian boy in Bahrain Dubai, Sep 12: A 10-year-old boy, longing to unite with his Indian father after being abandoned in Bahrain without any...

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