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Pakistani laborer falls to his death; 4 bootleggers held

KUWAIT CITY, Aug 6: A Pakistani laborer died instantly when he fell from a building under construction in Ahmadi area, reports Al-Anba daily. The corpse has been referred to the Forensics and police are conducting investigations on the incident. 44 liquor bottles seized: Ahmadi police arrested four expatriates in Mahboula …

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Indian technician nabbed for ‘terminating’ pregnancies; Pakistani taxi driver in kidnap bid of Kuwaiti woman

KUWAIT CITY, July 26: An Indian expatriate working as a technician was arrested by Criminal Evidences Men for using his flat in Farwaniya area to practice medicine and perform illegal abortions for expatriates. The officers received information that an Indian residing in Hawalli area had another flat in Farwaniya area …

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Bid to smuggle 7,200 liquor bottles by 3 Pakistanis foiled; 2 Asian expats arrested with 70 bottles

KUWAIT CITY, July 21: Officers from the Criminal Investigation Department in Farwaniya foiled an attempt by three Pakistanis to smuggle more than 7,200 bottles of imported whiskey worth KD 300,000, reports Al-Rai daily. It has been reported that the three Pakistanis tried to smuggle the imported alcoholic drinks through Shuwaikh …

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Court refuses to set free royal, lawyers in ‘Fintas Group’ case – ‘No Pakistanis deported’

KUWAIT CITY, July 13: The Court of Appeals chaired by Judge Abdul-Rahman Al-Darmi refused to set free suspects in the “Fintas Group” case, including Sheikh Athbi Al-Fahad and Ahmad Al-Daud, and Lawyers Falah Al-Ajraf and Abdul- Mohsen Al-Ateeqi. It set July 20 for hearing. The court ordered the Public Prosecution …

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3 Pakistanis deported for having relationship with suicide bomber in Saudi

KUWAIT CITY, July 11: The State Security apparatus has reportedly deported three Pakistanis because of their relationship to the suicide bomber who blew himself with explosives laden belt inside the parking lot of the Suleiman Faqih Hospital in Jeddah last week, reports Al-Qabas daily. Meanwhile, the daily quoting reliable sources …

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Saudis ID Madinah, Qatif bombers – 12 Pakistanis and 7 Saudis arrested over attacks

DOHA, July 9, (Agencies): Saudi Arabia said a suicide bomber who attacked Prophet Muhammad’s Mosque in the city of Madinah on Monday was a 26-year-old Saudi citizen with a history of drug abuse. 12 Pakistanis and 7 Saudis have been detained in relation to attacks that day. Naer Muslim Hamad …

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Visa for Pakistani Family – No ban only “restrictions”

I am a Pakistani and I want to bring my family to Kuwait. I am working with a consultant company and my salary is KD 640. Will I be able to bring my family to Kuwait. Do you have any idea whether the Kuwait government plans to lift ban on …

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Outrage, condemnation as bombing hits Madinah near Prophet’s Mosque, tomb

RIYADH, July 5: Three suicide bombings have struck across Saudi Arabia in a single day, including a shocking attack at Islam’s second holiest site, the Prophet’s Mosque in Madinah, where four security guards were killed. Monday’s attacks on Islam’s spiritual home came as Muslims prepare for the feast this week …

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Pakistani mandoub held processing illegal transactions for cash

KUWAIT CITY, June 22: Securitymen from the Residency Affairs General Department in the Interior Ministry arrested a Pakistani mandoub, representative for a public commercial company, for processing residency-related transactions in the department and the Ministry of Social Affairs illegally. Acting on a tip-off, the officers put the suspect under surveillance. …

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Pakistani and an Indian caught gambling; Expats caught with barrels and bottles of liquor

KUWAIT CITY, May 27: Two unidentified expatriates were arrested in possession of a number of barrels and bottles of locally manufactured liquor in Sabah Al-Ahmad area. Ahmadi securitymen were patrolling the area based on instructions from Ahmadi Security Director Brigadier Abdullah Safa when they suspected an individual who was walking …

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