The ministry has set OMR100 (Nepali Rs22,400) for jobs in Oman and Bahraini dinar 100 (Rs22,850) in Bahrain.
What does BD stand for?
BD stands for Bahraini Dinar (unit of currency)
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 61 other meanings of BD in our Acronym Attic
- Big Crasher's Zone (gaming community)
- Branch on Coprocessor Z False
- Baltimore County Zoning Regulations (Maryland)
- Branch on Coprocessor Z True
- Baby Dance (trying to get pregnant)
- Baby's Daddy (denotes a father of a child who is not married to the mother)
- Bachelor of Divinity
- Bachelor of Drama
- Back Door
- Bad Dragon
Samples in periodicals archive:
Mansoor said that research underwriting his report, evidenced that the value of land and property allocated for investment in Seef and Juffair has plunged to 100 Bahraini Dinars (US$ 265) per square foot, per square metre equivalent (US$ 2851.
Manama, December 17th (BNA) --Minister of Housing, Bassim Bin Yacoob Al Hamar approved the fourth batch of housing loans beneficiaries for the year 2012 with three categories( Purchase -- building --restoration ) , which included 517 beneficiaries on the applicants' lists for housing loans at the ministry with a total amount of 14 million Bahraini Dinars, coinciding with Bahrain's celebrations of the National and Accession days.
The agreements is part of Bahrain's bids to provide necessary funding to develop the water network, a project that costs 243 million Bahraini dinars (BD).
A court in Bahrain sentenced three men - one of whom is Bahraini - to ten years in prison Tuesday on charges relating to espionage, in addition to fining the men ten thousand Bahraini Dinars each, according to pan-Arab daily ASHARQ AL AWSAT, Wednesday.
Manama Cinemas that allow children to watch films inappropriate for their age will be fined 500 Bahraini dinars (Dh4.
These include return business class flights to Johannesburg for as little as 490 Bahraini Dinars (UAE 4,790 Dhs), Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney in Australia for as little as 850 Bahraini Dinars (UAE 8,310 Dhs), Brussels, Dublin, Frankfurt, Geneva and Milan in Europe for as little as 480 Bahraini Dinars (UAE 4,690 Dhs), Bangkok and Manila in Asia for as little as 410 Bahraini Dinars (UAE 4,010 Dhs).