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23rd May

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Large ‘quantity’ of drugs found with bedoun working for inmate

KUWAIT CITY, May 22: Directorate General of Drug Control (DCGD) managed to arrest a “bedoun” (an illegal resident) in possession of 70 kg of hashish (hash), a kilo of crystal methamphetamine (shabo) and half kilo of heroin. Acting Director General of DCGD Col Waleed Al-Dureie’ mentioned that the department received …

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Kuwaiti teenager fools elderly for gifts, cash

KUWAIT CITY, May 22:Police have arrested a 17-year-old Kuwaiti for swindling elderly men by impersonating a woman and speaking in a female voice, reports Al-Shahed daily. A security source said the suspect fooled the victims while chatting on the Internet website, lured old men with promises of love and took …

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Egyptian woman harassed by a Kuwaiti

KUWAIT CITY, May 22: An Egyptian woman filed a complaint against a 30-year-old Kuwaiti man at Hawally Police Station for allegedly harassing her in a bid to have an illicit relationship with her. The woman told police that she closed her telephone and did not respond to the messages of …

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Captive for months

KUWAIT CITY, May 22: A Kuwaiti woman in her 40s has filed a complaint with the Hawalli police accusing her pilot husband of ‘holding her captive’ for two months and beating her throughout her detention, reports Al-Anba daily. She also complained to the police, the man has taken her gold …

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Dozens of citizens swindled

KUWAIT CITY, May 22: The Ministry of Commerce and Industry has received dozens of complaints from citizens who were reportedly cheated by an unidentified company by offering them shares in Istanbul project in Turkey and Marsa Alam in Egypt, reports Al-Rai daily. It has been reported the complaints were filed …

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School Transport

I am a regular reader of Arab Times, especially the Legal Clinic and I truly appreciate the service. In past you have answered my queries and I am truly thankful for that but now I have another one. Recently in India, a school going child died due to negligence of …

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Public bracing for new electricity, water tariffs – ‘Kuwait to witness skyrocketing prices of commodities’

KUWAIT CITY, May 22: The countdown to implementation of new electricity and water tariffs has begun following its publishing in the 1289 edition of Kuwait Official Gazette, whereas prices of some commodities have been soaring for almost two weeks before Ramadan. The country is in a panicky state with the …

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Minister decrees halt to hike in private school fees

KUWAIT CITY, May 22, (KUNA): Minister of Education and Minister of Higher Education Dr Bader Al-Issa issued Sunday a ministerial decree aimed at halting the hike in private schools’ fees. According to the decree, private schools should abide by the decision or else face the consequences. Schools violating the decree …

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Bureaucracy linked to hike in prices of fish

KUWAIT CITY, May 22: The bureaucratic routine associated with basic procedures for obtaining authorization to import fish into the country has led to hike in prices of fish and low supply in the markets, especially due to delay in arrival of consignments and trucks returning to the source of import, …

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