Tuesday , January 16 2018

Arab Times

A woman worth a thousand men

THE first one is 16-year-old Palestinian girl Ahed Tamimi. The entire world witnessed with their eyes and ears the practices of Israel’s apartheid occupying authority while handling this unarmed blonde girl. I was shocked by the image of Ahed Tamimi who was surrounded by about 13 Israeli policewomen and policemen. …

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KNPC asks for detailed study on local fuel market

CTC approves oil ministry’s Boston Group deal KUWAIT CITY, Jan 3: The local marketing sector of Kuwait National Petroleum Company (KNPC) has requested for a detailed study on the local fuel market covering the subsidiaries of KNPC and private sector companies such as Al-Zour and Al-Oula fuel companies following the …

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Name-change does not absolve a co. from its obligations

Many individuals and companies face challenges when collecting judgments from the losing party. Many defendants attempt to avoid their legal obligations by changing their name but this does not affect a company’s obligations and the legal actions taken against such company. Furthermore, it is illegal and unethical to change a …

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Many held over weekend

KUWAIT CITY, Jan 3: The General Security Sector in the Ministry of Interior tightened security in the six governorates during the weekend and New Year holidays. In a press statement, the Public Relations and Security Media General Department disclosed the security operations over the weekend and New Year’s Eve resulted …

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Around 20,000 drivers booked for breaking traffic regulations

MANAMA, Bahrain, Jan 3: Around 20,000 drivers were booked in Kuwait over the weekend for breaking traffic rules, the interior ministry said, according to gulfnews.com Figures released by the General Directorate for Relations and Security Media showed that the campaigns conducted by the authorities also netted 650 people wanted in …

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Liquor factory, brothel in one – 4 Nepalese arrested

KUWAIT CITY, Jan 3: Special Taskforce officers raided an apartment in Mishref area and arrested four Nepalese expatriates including two women for turning the apartment into a liquor factory and brothel. According to security sources, when the Special Taskforce received information about four expatriates involved in illicit activities, the latter …

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Kuwaiti beaten, stabbed by sons

KUWAIT CITY, Jan 3: A Kuwaiti man got shoulder injury and bruises in different parts of his body when his disabled son stabbed him while his two other sons beat him in Al-Naeem, says Al-Seyassah. Securitymen and paramedics rushed to the location after the Operations Unit in the Interior Ministry …

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