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Wednesday , November 21 2018

Kuwait

MEW intends to launch smart parking system to solve crisis

Many buildings with high number of employees lack sufficient spaces for parking KUWAIT CITY, Oct 8: Assistant Undersecretary for Technical Services at Ministry of Electricity and Water Eng Mohammad Al-Sharhan revealed that the ministry is planning to benefit from the current technological progress in launching smart parking in order to …

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MoH bans medicines valid for less than 30 days

KUWAIT CITY, Oct 8, (KUNA): Minister of Health Sheikh Dr Basel Al-Sabah announced on Monday banning all medicines, dietary and health supplements with less than 30 days’ validity. Kuwait’s Ministry of Health mentioned in a press release that this decision was intended to keep citizens healthy and spare them any …

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MoH to review degrees of doctors, nurses, pharmacists & technicians

KUWAIT CITY, Oct 8: Health sources confirmed the validity of certificates after they were put under the microscope of the committee set up by the Minister of Health Dr Bassel Al-Sabah which is chaired by the Undersecretary of the ministry. The daily added, the certificates of the ministry staff including …

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Debate arises over degrees of 1,400 engineers

KUWAIT CITY, Oct 8: There have been angry reactions from the parliamentarians and several government agencies to a statement issued yesterday by Engr Faisal Duwaih Alatel, Chairman of Kuwait Society of Engineers (KSE) that there are more than 1,400 engineers working in Kuwait whose certificates have not been accredited by …

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Workers demand more allowances

KUWAIT CITY, Oct 7: A delegation from the Workers Syndicate in Kuwait Municipality met Chairman of the Government Performance Follow-up Agency Sheikh Ahmad Meshaal Al-Ahmad in his office at Al-Seif Palace. Board Chairman of the syndicate Mohammad Al-Arada affirmed that they discussed issues concerning workers at the Municipality. During the …

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Executive bylaw of law No. 13/’18 on ‘conflict of interests’ released

Bylaw highlights rules for public behavior KUWAIT CITY, Oct 7: The executive bylaw of the law No. 13/2018 on “conflict of interests” adopted by National Assembly has been issued. It consists of 16 articles, and was published in the official gazette last Sunday. This bylaw bans an employee from being …

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CSC rejects appointment of several expat teachers

KUWAIT CITY, Oct 7: Contrary to the statements issued by officials of the Civil Service Commission (CSC) and Ministry of Education on the appointment of expatriate teachers who were hired locally or outside the country, sources said the CSC rejected the appointment of several of these teachers even if they …

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Workshops announcement angers Islamist activists – Hindu and Buddhist beliefs invade Kuwait

KUWAIT CITY, Oct 7: The announcement about two workshops to be held by American coach and author Frederick Dodson has sparked a wave of anger among Islamist activists who have warned of what they called ‘Hindu and Buddhist beliefs that invade Kuwait’, reports Al-Rai daily. Amid confusion and controversy surrounding …

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Wataniya Airways currently negotiating with govt to settle claims

Financial settlement includes Wataniya’s waiver on its real estate assets KUWAIT CITY, Oct 7: Wataniya Airways is currently negotiating with the government to settle claims related to the cancellation of some flights and the action taken by the executive authority for the airways to operate charter flights, reports Al-Anba daily …

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MP Safa warns on high rate of failure in board exams

KUWAIT CITY, Oct 6: MP Safa’a Al-Hashim has warned Minister of Health Dr Bassel Al-Sabah about the violations of Kuwait Institute for Medical Specializations (KIMS) and the high rate of failure in “board exams”, reports Aljarida daily. In a press statement, MP Al- Hashim indicated that she has information about …

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