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"Bahrain TV's main production studio is to be upgraded at a cost of BD 730,000. The new-look studio is expected to be complete in the first quarter of next year. Information Affairs Authority president Shaikh Fawaz bin Mohammed Al Khalifa yesterday signed an agreement with fame Solutions WLL in this regard.

Bahrain TV’s main studio will be fitted with cutting edge equipment to promote quality drama and artistic production in partnership with the private sector. “The agreement is part of projects to develop media work and promote quality TV programs’’, Shaikh Fawaz said.”

Alkomed Engineering Services, incorporated in Bahrain as an independent joint Bahraini – Cypriot company, provides comprehensive, professional electro-mechanical engineering services in the whole range of engineering projects. Employing over 1000 employees, Alkomed decides to completely automate all the employee data, documents and records by choosing fame Human Capital Management solution.

Sphinx Services comprises a group of companies offering professional services for Solid Waste Management, Waste Water Management, CCTV Pipeline Bore Inspection, General Fabrication and Mechanical Engineering along with Industrial Supplies. fame ERP automates all the areas of their operations including Finance, HR, Payroll, Fixed Assets, Workshop and its contact center.

Ombudsman People will soon be able to lodge official complaints against the police using their smartphones. A new mobile application for Apple and Android devices is being launched by the Ombudsman Office in a bid to help citizens and residents easily register their grievances. It will be launched in the coming months and will register complaints such as police misconduct, human rights violations and other allegations.

“We are expanding our complaint management system by introducing this new app that can be easily downloaded on mobile phones and other devices,” said Ombudsman Office secretary general Nawaf Al Ma’awada.

“Once the app is downloaded, the user can type in the complaint details that will be registered and later investigated by us.”

“All complaints registered with us are taken seriously and there is a system in place that allows us to track down cases, including those referred to other bodies.”

Mr Al Ma’awada said the app was developed to make it easier for people to communicate with the Ombudsman instead of having to physically visit its Seef headquarters.

“Once the complaint is registered, our team of investigators will contact the person for additional details,” he said.