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Palestinian Teachers Salaries To Be Paid Soon Ministry of Education has completed the procedures for disbursement of salaries to 260 new Palestinian teachers who have submitted all necessary documents to enter their data in the systems, reports A... February 21, 2020 0 146 Category: Kuwait
Sand Collapse Nepali Victims Get Full Monetary Compensation Yesterday, the Embassy of Nepal received ‘monetary compensation’ on behalf of the sand collapse victims, an incident that happened in the city of Mutla’a, in the presence of the cont... February 20, 2020 0 209 Category: Kuwait
Audit Scrutiny Of Airbus Deal Urged The National Assembly session on Wednesday was the opposite of Tuesday’s session in terms of the absence of heated discussions and the quantity of achievements. The session started with delib... February 20, 2020 0 129 Category: Kuwait
No Amnesty For Residence Violators This Year A security source revealed that there is no amnesty this year for residence law violators, because large numbers of expats are using other way round for their benefit. Violators who are caught, will b... February 20, 2020 0 221 Category: Kuwait
13,800 Marriages Registered In 2019 Legitimate Authentication Department Director in the Ministry of Justice Dr Fahad Al-Dhae’n has announced that 13,800 marriages were registered last year compared to 14,400 in 2018, reports Al-A... February 20, 2020 0 156 Category: Kuwait
Kuwait Marks 14th Versary Of HH Crown Prince’s Assumption Of Post The 14th anniversary of His Highness the Crown Prince’s assumption of the state second ranking post falls on Thursday, an occasion of recognition for a top leader who has served the homeland wit... February 20, 2020 0 106 Category: Kuwait
Health Ministry Submits New Salary Scale Board Chairman and General Manager of the Public Authority for Food and Nutrition Essa Al-Kandari affirmed that the Minister of Health Dr Basel Al-Sabah has endorsed and referred the salary scale of t... February 20, 2020 0 259 Category: Kuwait
CSC Does Not Force Graduates To Work In Jobs Not Connected To Their Activity Civil Service Commission (CSC) does not force graduates with certain specializations to work in jobs that are not related to their specializations, reports Al-Anba daily quoting informed sources. T... February 20, 2020 0 77 Category: Kuwait
Amnesty Bills Die As Push Comes To Shove The National Assembly on Tuesday witnessed a very hot debate on the Legislative Affairs Committee’s report about the general amnesty draft laws. The MPs were divided as some of them supported... February 19, 2020 0 236 Category: Kuwait
Lack Of Good Bonus Discourages Distinguished Researchers In Kuwait University Professor of Chemistry in Kuwait University’s Faculty of Sciences Dr Ali Bu Majdad affirmed that the lack of sufficient incentives that encourage distinguished researchers to remain in the post ... February 19, 2020 0 129 Category: Kuwait
Parliament To Allocate 2 Hours To Discuss Airbus Bribery File As the National Assembly (Wednesday) prepares to allocate two hours to discuss the issue of aircraft deals, it appears the issue has taken a new turn, after the name of the Lebanese mediator was menti... February 19, 2020 0 127 Category: Kuwait
A Company Makes 20 Million KD In Human Trafficking In an attempt to crackdown on human trafficking, a new company came into light where 10,000 workers were brought to Kuwait and collected 20 million Kuwaiti Dinars from these workers reports Al Qabas. ... February 18, 2020 0 278 Category: Kuwait
Bangladesh Government Opens Investigation On Its MP For Human Trafficking The Bangladesh government has announced that it will ask the Anti-Corruption Commission to investigate the allegations raised Kuwait’s Arabic daily Al Qabas for a Bangladeshi Member of Parliamen... February 18, 2020 0 275 Category: Kuwait
No Excuse Of Cold Wave For Absenteeism After a collective absence, the schools wore an empty look for three continuous days over the past week when the cold wave lashed the country and the temperatures fell to almost zero, reports Al-Rai d... February 18, 2020 0 166 Category: Kuwait
Airport Passenger Tally To Hit 0.5mln Air Transport Monitor for Aviation Operations in the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) Raed Al-Taher expects the number of passengers at Kuwait International Airport to reach 500,000 from F... February 18, 2020 0 206 Category: Kuwait
3000 Bhutanese Work In Kuwait - All Graduates The Ambassador of the Kingdom of Bhutan to the country Tsering Bangor said about 3,000 Bhutanese work in Kuwait and they are all graduates and work in companies, reports Al-Rai daily. He told the d... February 18, 2020 0 245 Category: Kuwait
I Do Not Work For A Café - Minister’s Advisor Dr Fahd Al-Najjar, the advisor in the office of the Minister of Health, Dr Baseel Al-Sabah has denied what has been published by one of the legal researchers that he works in a ‘café&rsqu... February 18, 2020 0 121 Category: Kuwait
Speaker Weighs In On Amnesty Bill Citizens consider the low level of arguments over the Amnesty bill deplorable, because everyone has the right to express his point of view, defend it and invite others to adopt it; but no one has the ... February 18, 2020 0 165 Category: Kuwait
Amir At Military Academy Graduation His Highness the Amir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah, the Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces, patronized and attended a graduation ceremony for the 46th batch of cadet students at Ali Al- ... February 18, 2020 0 133 Category: Kuwait
Residence Affairs Officers Ask For Secret Code Of Credit Card While Paying Fees It is normal for the residence affairs officer to ask you your name, age, address, salary, and place of residence, but when he asks you for the secret number of your credit card, this is a violation o... February 18, 2020 0 237 Category: Kuwait