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Monthly Archives: January 2018

KUWAIT: Opposition lawmaker Riyadh Al-Adasani yesterday threatened to grill Prime Minister Sheikh Jaber Al-Mubarak Al-Sabah if the government hikes public charges or reduces subsidies to increase costs on citizens. Adasani said that if the government resorts to such measures...

Exploiting kids

Lately I've noticed on social media - especially Facebook and WhatsApp - that people are using children under eight to publicize special causes - be they political, commercial, social or fun. Even celebrities sometimes use children to publicize their...
KUWAIT: Head of the studies and research office at the health ministry's nursing services department Dr Hanan Al-Naqaidan said Kuwaiti nurses in the ministry make up 4 percent, as their number is 900 out of 23,000 nurses of other...
KUWAIT: Official data released by the Kuwait Investment Authority (KIA) showed that the amount of funds taken from the future generations fund since it was established in 1976 until this month (42 years) reached KD 24.727 billion. The authority...
KUWAIT: The Indian Embassy in Kuwait released the following statement on violation of residency rules, urging Indian nationals who are in violation to benefit from an amnesty announced recently by Kuwait's Interior Ministry: As per the latest directives of Ministry...
Amir receives Wataniya Airways' President, board members KUWAIT: His Highness the Amir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah received yesterday at Bayan Palace Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of State for Cabinet Affairs Anas Al-Saleh and Chairman of the Public Authority...
KUWAIT: Residency detectives busted 15 closed and inactive companies that had 141 workers under their sponsorship, who are in violation of residency laws. This took place during a recent crackdown in Ahmadi governorate, and concerned authorities were contacted to...
ADEN: Separatists in war-ravaged Yemen have seized all but one district of the government's de facto capital Aden, also laying siege to the isolated presidential palace on the city's southern outskirts yesterday. Global charity Save the Children said it...
AL RUMHIYA, Saudi Arabia: Huddled together on a dusty racetrack, Saudi judges scrutinize pouty lips and shapely humps in a high-stakes camel beauty pageant mired in scandal after Botox and cosmetic fillers were detected. Some 14 camels have been...
56 people still in custody -  All detainees have left the Ritz-Carlton RIYADH: Saudi Arabia's attorney general said yesterday $107 billion has been recovered so far in a major crackdown on high-level corruption and that 56 suspects were still being...
Nearly 11,000 cases of child rape reported in India in 2015 - 21 million 'unwanted' girls in India NEW DELHI: An eight-month-old Indian girl was yesterday recovering in hospital after she was raped at her home in Delhi, the latest...
WASHINGTON: The United States announced Monday it was lifting its ban on refugees from 11 "high-risk" countries, but said those seeking to enter the US would come under much tougher scrutiny than in the past. Applicants from 11 countries,...

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