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The incident took place in Gudaibiya city, a neighbourhood in Bahrain's capital Manama.
She came, she saw and, instead of fleeing from the place, she conquered the hearts of Keralites put up in relief centres though she can’t speak a word of Malayalam.
Students studying in the kingdom and other Qatari citizens with existing visas would not be affected.
At a theoretical level, the bank has the scope to grow its unsecured book to Rs 10,000 crore given its overall loan book size of over Rs 95,500 crore.
Swaraj said the new developments that had taken place in the economic field between the two countries will take bilateral economic relations to 'greater heights'.
The US Geological Survey says a magnitude 5.5 earthquake has struck in southern Iran near a nuclear plant. No immediate report of damage or injuries.
The four-time ex-champion, on severely-worn tyres, came home narrowly ahead of Valtteri Bottas and the Finn's Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton in a nail-biting finish.
Kimi Raikkonen was fastest as he and Ferrari team-mate Sebastian Vettel dominated the session ahead of the two Mercedes, headed by Valtteri Bottas.
The amount of recoverable oil -- or oil that can be extracted -- is still under study, Oil Minister Sheikh Mohammed bin Khalifa Al-Khalifa told a press conference in Manama.
The Qatar News Agency said its airspace was violated by a UAE military transport aircraft carrier on January 14 and again on February 25.
Bahrain's authorities announced on Saturday that 116 people had been arrested on suspicion of links to Iran's Revolutionary Guards military force.
A judicial source close to the case said Rajab was found guilty Wednesday of insulting a neighbouring country and spreading false news and rumours.
Bahrain said Wednesday that it had arrested four men suspected of attacking the Saudi Aramco pipeline on November 10, accusing Shiite Iran of training and arming two of them.
The eight were deported to Iraq's southern Shiite city of Najaf on January 30 and February 1 after being stripped of their nationality in 2012.
The government accuses Shiite Tehran of training "terrorist cells" in the tiny island state, located between rival regional heavyweights Iran and Saudi Arabia.