Monthly Archives: December 2015

NELSON: A cracking 91 by Tillakaratne Dilshan after a fiery net session set Sri Lanka up for an eight-wicket victory over New Zealand in Nelson yesterday to keep their one-day series alive. Sri Lanka knocked off their 277-run target with...
TOKYO: Undefeated champion Takashi Uchiyama of Japan on Thursday successfully defended his World Boxing Association super featherweight title for the 11th time, beating Nicaraguan Oliver Flores with a technical knockout. Uchiyama (24-0-1, 20 knockouts) went into the New Year's Eve...

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KUWAIT: As Oman yesterday became the latest Gulf state to announce the lifting of subsidies on fuel and other services after Saudi Arabia, UAE and Bahrain, the government inched closer to hiking the price of petrol and some other...
KUWAIT: Hundreds of people were arrested in a police crackdown in Industrial Ardiya Tuesday night, hours after 545 expatriates were arrested in an unscheduled campaign in the same area. During the second campaign in less than 24 hours in the...
KUWAIT: Thunderstorms hit Kuwait yesterday as heavy clouds in some areas such as Abdali forced drivers to use headlights while driving in the afternoon. Meteorological stations recorded 10 millimeters of rain in northern and western areas including Abdali, Salmi,...
KUWAIT: Local scene has been abuzz with much talk about forecast liberalization of prices of diverse types of fuel, particularly the benzene, amid predictions rates of the latter type may range between 100-115 fils per liter in the foreseeable...
KUWAIT: The Ministry of Interior (MoI) is set to launch a wide-scale media campaign on January 12th to promote the cybercrime law, a senior security official said yesterday. The MoI's media campaign is mainly intended to make the largest...
KUWAIT: MP Saleh Ashour criticized the government over a new bill to organize labor unions' work in Kuwait. The lawmaker charged that article 12 of the new law, which states that the regulations are compulsory, is considered a blatant...
KUWAIT: The Ministry of Health (MoH) set KD 1.33 million for a total of seven projects for expansion and establishment of hospitals in the country's governorates. The Ministry is following up on a strategy to cope with the structural...
KUWAIT: The Education Ministry plans to reduce the number of expatriate teachers of both genders in certain specialties by up to 25 percent, starting from the next school year. General Education Undersecretary at the Education Ministry Fatima Al-Kandari said the...
KUWAIT: The following is part two of a list of major local events that happened in 2015, courtesy of Kuwait News Agency (KUNA): Defense and security: March 19: Deputy Prime Minister and Interior Minister Sheikh Mohammad Khaled Al-Sabah issued a ministerial...

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