Thursday , December 14 2017

Arab Times

Kuwait warns US on Jerusalem shift

CAIRO, Dec 5, (Agencies): Kuwait’s Permanent Representative to the Arab League Ambassador Ahmad Al-Bakr has warned of grave consequences if the US goes through with a plan to move its embassy to Jerusalem and recognize the city as the capital of Israel. In a speech during an emergency meeting of …

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Schools in some areas will close tomorrow

KUWAIT CITY: Schools in some areas will close tomorrow during the 38th Gulf Cooperation Council’s (GCC) Summit on Dec 5-6, said a statement by the Ministry of Education Monday. In a press release, the ministry said that schools in Farwaniyah, Hawalli, and the capital educational districts will be closed due …

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Private sector hopes in Amiri vision

KUWAIT CITY, Dec 4, (KUNA): His Highness the Amir’s vision coupled with the private sector’s earnest desire could prove decisive in helping Kuwait reclaim its erstwhile position as a regional commercial hub. With that in mind, Kuwait’s “Silk Road” and “Boubyan Island” development projects, two highly promising enterprises, could very …

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Embassy of India – Aadhaar Card

KUWAIT CITY, Dec 4: In the recent past several Non-Resident Indians (NRIs), Persons of Indian Origin (PIOs) and Overseas Citizen of India (OCIs) have been asked to submit or link their Aadhaar number to avail the services/ benefits/schemes such as operation of bank account, etc. The Unique Identification Authority of …

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‘Students research work being stolen’

Some curricula in KU outdated: Sara’awi KUWAIT CITY, Dec 4: Former Chairman of Earth and Environment Department at the College of Science in University of Kuwait Mohammad Al- Sara’awi alleged that several university dons have become accustomed to stealing research works of their students, especially those pursuing their masters, reports …

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