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30 Aug, 2006

Asia Pulse via Yahoo:1,000 INDIAN WORKERS IN BAHRAIN STILL UNPAID AFTER A YEAR

Wednesday August 30, 6:24 AM 1,000 INDIAN WORKERS IN BAHRAIN STILL UNPAID AFTER A YEAR DUBAI, Aug 29 Asia Pulse - As many as 1,000 Indian workers, who lost their jobs after a...

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29 Aug, 2006

Times of India : Bid to deport Bahrain blaze survivors foiled

DUBAI: The Indian embassy in Bahrain has had to step in to secure the release of two Gudaibiya labour camp disaster survivors after their company tried to deport them to India...

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28 Aug, 2006

GDN:Man in a coma is identified

By EUNICE del ROSARIO Published: 28th August 2006 A COMATOSE man at the Salmaniya Medical Complex (SMC) has been named by friends and his Bahraini landlord as Indian carpenter...

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28 Aug, 2006

GDN:Daughters seek cash

Daughters seek cash By EUNICE del ROSARIO Published: 28th August 2006 CHILDREN of a Filipina who vanished in Bahrain almost two years ago are to follow up their mother...

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27 Aug, 2006

GDN:Tragedy worker is free at last

By BEGENA GEORGE Published: 27 August 2006 A STRANDED Indian worker has finally had his passport returned by his sponsor, but only after a fourth member of his family...

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27 Aug, 2006

GDN:1,000 Indian workers still unpaid

1,000 workers still unpaid By begena george Published: 27 August 2006 THE case for unpaid wages and settlement dues of more than 1,000 Indian workers of a clothing factory...

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26 Aug, 2006

GDN:Trade is flourishing in Adliya

Published: 26 August 2006 PROSTITUTES aged anywhere between 17 and 50 can be found operating in Adliya, according to a Thai florist who works in the area. He estimated there...

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26 Aug, 2006

GDN: Abuse claims were yesterday presented to Indian Ambassador

Abuse claims By BEGENA GEORGE Published: 26 August 2006 More than 30 job-related and "abuse" cases were yesterday presented to Indian Ambassador Balkrishna Shetty...

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26 Aug, 2006

Bahrain Tribune: Open House: A platform to seek redressal

http://www.bahraintribune.com/PrintPage.asp Workers follow up their cases at embassy event Bonny Mascarenhas Contributor For the Indian community the open day organised by...

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26 Aug, 2006

GDN:Growing trafficking 'cause for concern'

By MAY ASHOUR Published: 26 August 2006 REPORTS that parts of Adliya have been turned into a red light district by Thai sex workers are only a small part of a much larger...

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