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Tuesday , November 20 2018

Kuwait

Early retirement eyed

KUWAIT CITY, Sept 30: The Early Retirement Bill has been facing difficulties since the beginning as it was amended a couple of times before the Parliament’s approval, then it was referred to the government for implementation but was rejected and returned to the Parliament due to executive complications; most of …

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AMIR, SAUDI CROWN PRINCE HOLD OFFICIAL TALKS

Supporting common Gulf action in focus – Ways of boosting bilateral ties discussed KUWAIT CITY, Sept 30, (KUNA): His Highness the Amir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah held official talks with visiting Saudi Crown Prince, Deputy Premier and Defense Minister Mohammad bin Salman bin Abdulaziz Sunday on efforts to support …

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‘All ministries, govt bodies need to link fingerprint devices with CSC’

Kuwait Liberal Movement protests against censorship by ‘Info’ KUWAIT CITY, Sept 30: The Civil Service Commission (CSC) said all ministries and government institutions and agencies are obliged to link the fingerprint attendance devices with the CSC, reports Al-Anba daily quoting the CSC sources. The aim is to enable the concerned …

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Local market hit with buyers to purchase the new iPhones

Telecom cos have lion’s share of sales KUWAIT CITY, Sept 30: The local market has been hit by a state of madness with customers rushing to buy the new iPhone XS, iPhone X Max and Samsung Note 9 from the three telecom companies, shops selling electronics or shops selling mobiles …

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Review all certificates of Kuwaitis and Expats

KUWAIT CITY, Sept 29: The first report made by the Coordination Committee with all ministries and government agencies to study and examine the “educational certificates” came to the conclusion that the Ministry of Higher Education is to review all the ‘accreditation’ of all certificates of citizens and residents, reports Al-Jarida …

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MPs refocus on jobs crisis

KUWAIT CITY, Sept 29: In a bid to ease the difficulties that families of the disabled face in their day to day lives, MP Saleh Ashour submitted a proposal on the establishment of specialized schools for the disabled in every governorate. The MP cited Article 13 of the Constitution stating …

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Ration in July reaches KD 17 mln

KUWAIT CITY, Sept 29: Ministry of Commerce and Industry has provided ration of several commodities worth KD 17 million in the month of July, which is 12 percent less than the previous month, reports Al-Rai daily. The basic commodities that were distributed through the ration card for the month were …

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Saudi Crown Prince arrives today … visit key – Ties historic

KUWAIT CITY, Sept 29, (KUNA): Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman Al- Saud will arrive in Kuwait on Sept 30 on a visit, which includes official rounds of talks with His Highness the Amir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al- Jaber Al-Sabah and His Highness the Crown Prince Sheikh Nawaf Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber …

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Youths shunning marriage ‘threat’ to Kuwaiti society

KUWAIT CITY, Sept 29: Several academicians have warned that the rising number of youths who do not want to get married has become a phenomenon which threatens the Kuwaiti society, disclosing the usual reason is the financial and material circumstances the youths are facing, reports Al-Shahid daily. Speaking to the …

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Fish rates keep rising – Price of 10 kgs Pomfret fish equivalent to price of 2 sheep

KUWAIT CITY, Sept 29: The price of all kinds of fish continues to soar in spite of the favorable weather conditions for fishing, report Al-Rai daily. The daily said, during auction yesterday at the Souk Sharq 10 kilos of Zubaidi (Pomfret fish) fetched KD 120 equivalent of the price of …

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