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The devastating loss of Zaha Hadid for women in architecture

4th Apr

Daily E- Paper – Kuwait Times…

Lawmakers slam govt’s new power consumption tariffs – MPs deride reform measures, privatization moves

KUWAIT: MP Saleh Ashour urged his colleagues to take a serious stand against the new electricity and water consumption tariffs due to be imposed on citizens and expats and described…

Rain expected on Tuesday

KUWAIT: Rain and heavy winds are expected this Tuesday as a result of a low pressure that is also expected to affect Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and…

Domestic helper offices’ owners slam new law

KUWAIT: In a recent session, the parliament approved amending the law to establish a closed shareholding company to recruit domestic helpers and referred it to the government. The first article…

Hospitals’ staff required to wear nametags all the time

KUWAIT: The Ministry of Health’s (MOH) undersecretaries’ council called for commitment to wearing nametags by all MoH employees in various ministry departments, hospitals, health zones and polyclinics. MoH’s assistant undersecretary…

Municipality chief inspector talks challenges, sacrifices – Law enforcement gains official respect, even from people he penalized

KUWAIT: Being a municipal inspector or head of inspectors can bring many benefits and disadvantages at the same time. Tareq Al-Qattan, director of the emergency team of the Capital governorate…

1.5-2% of every 100 kids in Kuwait autistic

KUWAIT: The percentage of Autism in Kuwait is 1.5 to 2 percent of every 100 children, a Ministry of Health official said yesterday. Dr Ghalia Al-Mutairi, Head of the ministry’s…

Filipina waitress sexually harassed

KUWAIT: A Filipina waitress filed a complaint at Salmiya police station, saying that an identified person in sportswear sexually harassed while serving him at a local restaurant. The waitress said…

Teen tortures mom for two days as she refused to give him money

KUWAIT: A woman recently filed a complaint against her 18-year-old son, accusing him of detaining and torturing her for two days when she refused to give him money he had…

3,951 tickets issued, 239 vehicles impounded in campaign

KUWAIT: The Ministry of Interior (MoI) launched a wide-scale traffic inspection campaign with the participation of 280 police patrols, 101 officers and 179 privates. It resulted in filing 3,951 tickets,…

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi begins visit to Saudi Arabia