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Kuwait seeks Indian professionals as it expands health care: Sheikh Ali

KUWAIT: Kuwait is expanding its infrastructure in health care and we look forward to more and more Indian health professionals joining us in the future, a senior government official said…

16 more starve to death in Syria’s besieged Madaya – Opposition heads to peace talks in Geneva

GENEVA: Syria’s main opposition body headed to Switzerland yesterday to demand progress on the dire humanitarian situation before formally joining peace talks, as the starvation death toll in the besieged…

Nearly 40 migrants drown off Turkey

AYVACIK, Turkey: The Turkish coastguard yesterday recovered the bodies of women and children washed up on a beach after yet another migrant boat sank while trying to reach Europe, leaving…

‘Miracle’ rescue of four China miners – Men trapped underground for 36 days

SHANGHAI: Four miners trapped underground for 36 days in a collapsed Chinese gypsum mine were pulled out late Friday, a “miracle” rescue in a country with a poor track record…

Trump: Celebrity billionaire re-writing US politics

NEW YORK: Republican frontrunner Donald Trump, the swaggering billionaire who revels in money and celebrity, has upended the 2016 presidential election by casting a spell over grassroots conservatives to the…

Obama forced again to rethink troop numbers in Afghanistan

WASHINGTON: Fifteen years into the war that few Americans talk about any more, conditions in Afghanistan are getting worse, preventing the clean ending that President Barack Obama hoped to impose…

30th Jan

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Towards a new, confident Kuwait – Amir’s First Speech

KUWAIT: Let us embark on our journey together, working towards a new, confident Kuwait, prepared for the challenges of the future and able to embrace new opportunities, His Highness  the…

Hala February kicks off with a bang

KUWAIT: Hala February 2016 Carnival kicked off yesterday at the Kuwait towers. The 17th edition of the annual festival entitled ‘Kuwait Al-Atta’ (giving) recorded a huge turnout. Up to 27…

Murray beats Raonic in grueling five set duel

MELBOURNE: Andy Murray twice fought back from a set down to win a grueling five-setter against injury-hampered Milos Raonic yesterday and reach his latest Australian Open final against five-time champion…

Murray beats Raonic in grueling five set duel

MELBOURNE: Andy Murray twice fought back from a set down to win a grueling five-setter against injury-hampered Milos Raonic yesterday and reach his latest Australian Open final against five-time champion…

Shootings, suicide attack on Saudi mosque kills 4

DUBAI: A suicide bombing and gun attack on Shiite Muslim worshippers killed at least four people in eastern Saudi Arabia yesterday, the Interior Ministry and witnesses said, extending a spate…