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Cabinet okays ‘benefits’ for six more months to laid-off workers
KUWAIT CITY : The Cabinet has agreed to continue the payment of unemployment benefits to laid-off workers in the private sector for another six months. The agreement was announced by Minister of State for Cabinet Affairs Sheikh Mohammad Abdullah Al-Mubara ...
More than 2.4mn expats in Kuwait
KUWAIT CITY : A total of 2,433,559 foreigners are currently residing in Kuwait, reports Al-Anba daily quoting the General Department for Residency Affairs. In its latest statistical report, the department revealed that the expatriate population in the ...
Plan to cut power supply for bachelors in family homes
KUWAIT CITY : The Assistant Undersecretary for Public Security Affairs at the Ministry of Interior, Major- General Abdulfattah Al-Ali will meet officials of the Kuwait Municipality before taking a decision to cut off power supply to homes in residential a ...
Butchers shut shop in protest
KUWAIT CITY : About 57 meat traders closed their shops in Souk Al-Mubarakiya recently after receiving warnings from an official of Capital Municipality, reports Al-Seyassah daily. They revealed that the official ordered them to put out all the meat on ...
‘Surprise traffic checks to continue’
Surprise traffic checks: In coordination with Kuwait Municipality, the Interior Ministry launched a surprise traffic campaign in the Capital and issued 110 violations, impounded 29 vehicles to the garages of the Municipality and 3 vehicles to the ministry ...
Court fines private hospital as apron forgotten in womb
KUWAIT CITY : The Court of First Instance presided over by Judge Fahad Al-Barazi ordered a private hospital to pay a compensation of KD 10,000 to a female expatriate who suffered intense physical pain because the doctors left behind an apron inside her wo ...
Brave sisters fight molesters on Haryana bus, thrown off
CHANDIGARH: Despite the countrywide outcry against rapes since the gruesome Nirbhaya case in December 2012, young women in Haryana still have to fend off molesters on their own. This, even when they are travelling in a bus brimming with men. A shocking ...
Indian-origin Israeli cricket umpire dies after being hit by ball
ASHDOD: Hillel Awaskar, an Indian-origin international umpire and former captain of Israel's cricket team, has died after being hit in the neck by a ball during a league match in this coastal city, just two days after tragic death of an Australian player ...
Bird flu scare: Chicken prices fall in Tamil Nadu as consumption dips
CHENNAI/MADURAI: The bird flu that has hit Kerala may not have crossed the border, but fears have. A sudden fall in consumption of chicken and the accompanying plunge in prices across the state are signs. In Chennai, the price of one kilogram of dresse ...
Kuwait, Gulf stocks hit hard over OPEC decision – Oil plunge triggers panic selling
KUWAIT: Gulf Arab stocks plunged yesterday on their first trading day since OPEC decided to maintain oil output in a move that sent crude prices crashing to five-year lows, analysts said. All seven bourses in the energy-rich Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) ...
Kuwait bound Air India flight captain saves 153 lives
CHENNAI: The alert captain of an Air India flight to Kuwait averted a disaster at the airport here by detecting an engine snag just before takeoff and managed to halt the plane on the runway Saturday night. There were 153 passengers on board the plane ...
Drugs found in cricket bats brought from Bangladesh
KUWAIT: The international drugs fighting unit of DCGD completed the supervised handover of drugs after the arrival of a Bahraini cricket delegation, resulting in the arrest of an Asian driver who brought 500 gm of marijuana from Bangladesh via a courier, ...
‘Citizens renting out homes led to increase in bachelors’
MPs hit government on stock market decline
MP ‘highlights’ HH Amir’s role at human rights level
Nigerian president vows to hunt those behind 'heinous' mosque attacks
High rents force families to share living with bachelors
New Stipulation For Expat Drivers
MP ‘queries’ on India’s decision to impose KD700 bank guarantee
Securitymen ‘nab’ 7,862 people for various offences during raids
Ebola scare as Ethiopian expat ‘infects’ 4 men, 5 policemen
Limit on expats stay ‘opposes’ employers interests: Al-Dosari
Action soon on ‘bribes’ forced from Indians for nursing jobs
Hike school fees and salaries of employees in schools
New deal bans confiscation of passports ... Helpers can live outside employer’s home
Kuwait seeks to recruit Vietnamese trained labor
Kuwait tweaks driving license - Minimum salary KD 600
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