Tuesday , October 17 2017

Arab Times

Suicide bomber kills 11 – 6 children among dead in mosque blast

QUETTA, Pakistan, Oct 23, (AFP): A suicide bomber blew himself up in a mosque killing at least 11 Shiite minority Muslims, including six children, and wounded at least a dozen others in a remote southwestern Pakistani town on Thursday, officials said. The attack took place as Shiites gathered at the …

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Young Pakistani woman set on fire

MULTAN, Pakistan, Oct 23, (AFP): A young Pakistani woman was recovering in hospital Friday after she was burned over nearly half her body by a man she had refused to marry, police said. Sonia Bibi, 20, told police from her hospital bed that her former lover Latif Ahmed sprinkled her …

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Current fish prices can be afforded by all: official – ‘Sales fraud will not be tolerated’

KUWAIT CITY, Oct 23: Following the huge turnout of public at the fish and shrimp auction on Thursday, Chairman of Kuwait Fishermen Union Dhahar Al- Soyaan revealed that 879 baskets of shrimps were presented for the auction sale and the fish prices differed on basis of the type of fish. …

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MoE teams to review admission docus of military personnel kids – ‘Registration of Bedoun students in public schools violates ministerial decision’

KUWAIT CITY, Oct 23: Assistant Undersecretary for Public Education Affairs at Ministry of Education Fatmah Al-Kandari revealed that the ministry has formed teams to visit schools in all educational zones for reviewing documents submitted for admission of children of military personnel, in line with the ministerial decision, reports Al-Anba daily. …

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All advertisements placed on bridges unlicensed: Nakhi – Violation relayed to Municipality

KUWAIT CITY, Oct 23: Assistant Undersecretary for Maintenance Affairs at Ministry of Public Works Eng Mohammad Bin Nakhi affirmed that all advertisements placed on bridges are unlicensed and without official permits, reports Al-Qabas daily. He informed this to Kuwait Municipality in a letter in which he stressed how some companies …

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Power outage negatively hit reserved areas in farms

KUWAIT CITY, Oct 23: Treasurer of Kuwait Farmers Association Awda Al-Dhufairi lamented that majority of the farms in Abdali area experienced power outage due to the rain and sandstorm in the country last Saturday, reports Al-Anba daily. He stressed that the power outage negatively impacted the reserved areas scattered in …

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PM likely to reject Al-Jassar resignation

KUWAIT CITY, Oct 23: His Highness the Prime Minister Sheikh Jaber Al-Mubarak Al-Hamad Al-Sabah is likely to reject the resignation of Minister of Electricity and Water and Minister of Public Works Ahmad Al-Jassar, and ask him to return to duty, parliamentary sources say. Al-Jassar had earlier submitted his resignation after …

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Indemnity issue after rehiring back

I have been working in a general trading company since June 2007. My superiors shifted me from one department to another in April 2010. I got information from my HR Department that I was terminated (on paper) in March 2010 and rehired in April 2010. They got my signature on …

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Eye lost as female sponsor tortures maid

KUWAIT CITY, Oct 22: The Criminal Court has set Nov 4, 2015, to look into the case of a maid from Madagascar who was reportedly assaulted by her 55-year-old female Kuwaiti sponsor, a doctor by profession, reports Al-Anba daily. According to case papers the maid was battered so much that …

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