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Tag Archives: bachelor bans

Concern over bachelors living in private homes

KUWAIT CITY, Oct 3: Farwaniya Governor Sheikh Faisal Al-Hamoud stressed the need to confront the phenomenon of bachelors living in private residential areas due to the dangerous social and security consequences of such a phenomenon, reports Al-Seyassah daily. He said this after receiving and honoring a team of judicial police …

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Power cut ordered as bachelors given ultimatum to quit houses

KUWAIT CITY, May 31: The Public Relations Department of Kuwait Municipality has disclosed that the Audit and Monitoring Engineering Department in Ahmadi Governorate carried out an intensive campaign in various residential areas of the governorate to issue evacuation notices to bachelors living in private houses. Director of the department Eng. …

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Pledge to hunt bachelors – Residential homes survey vowed

KUWAIT CITY, Feb 19: Farwaniya Governor Sheikh Faisal Al-Hamoud has affirmed that the governorate will leave no stone unturned in fighting the problem of bachelors residing in private residential areas. He stressed that it is not allowed for bachelors to stay in private houses, disclosing about a comprehensive survey that …

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Teams formed to hunt bachelors living in family homes: official

KUWAIT CITY, Jan 11: Head of Kuwait Municipality Emergency Team in the Capital Governorate Zayd Al-Enezi announced that the team “set up a mechanism for searching and investigating private residential buildings which accommodate bachelors as well as resending letters and complaints to the Interior Ministry,” reports Al-Rai daily. In his …

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Bachelors target as robberies see steep rise

KUWAIT CITY, Sept 13: A total of 250 robberies in ‘broad daylight’ have been recorded at various police stations in Kuwait during the first eight months of 2017. According to sources some areas are fertile ground for such crimes due to the lack of security presence — areas such as …

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‘No proper solution found to accommodate singles’ – ‘Families face social, security threat’

KUWAIT CITY, March 13: Chairman of Municipal Council’s Structural Planning Committee Ali Al-Moussa warned the influx of bachelors in residential areas will negatively affect families, especially those residing in the new areas, reports Al Seyassah daily. In a statement, Al-Moussa said the issue of bachelors has lingered without any solution …

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‘Issue of bachelors residing in residential areas tops priorities’ – ‘Need to enforce law’

KUWAIT CITY, Dec 22: A number of MPs affirmed that the issue of bachelors residing in residential areas tops the priorities of the Parliament’s Utilities Committee, reports Arab Times daily. The MPs said the solution to this problem lies in enforcing the law on the violators, indicating the urgent need …

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Accommodation for bachelors

I am a regular reader of the Legal Clinic. I want to know the answer to the following questions: 1. Where are the bachelor areas located in Kuwait? 2. Can a bachelor have shared accommodation with another bachelor or a bachelor can share accommodation with a family in a family …

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Call to hold security campaigns in areas ‘populated with bachelors’ – MP urges Municipality to inspect old Bneid Al-Gar buildings

KUWAIT CITY, Aug 24: A number of MPs called for holding security campaigns in areas with high number of expatriate bachelors especially in Bneid Al-Gar, reports Al-Rai daily. They warned about the increasing negative effects on the country’s social and security arenas and recommended establishing accommodations for laborers far away …

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Bachelor ‘bans’ squeeze expats

AL KHOR, Qatar, May 17, (RTRS): As Nami Hader, a 30-year-old gardener from Nepal, approached the entrance to a park outside Qatar’s second city Al Khor one day last month, a security guard blocked his way. “No bachelors,” the guard said. The newly-renovated park — its boating lake, miniature golf course and …

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