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57pc increase as KD 140 m collected in traffic fines

KUWAIT CITY, June 16: In follow-ups on violations and traffic fines resulted in the collection of KD140 million in the past two years as well …

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Civil Service said to suspend hiring of foreigners in the government on contractual basis regardless of their nationality

KUWAIT CITY, June 16: The Civil Service Board, led by Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Finance and acting Minister of Oil Anas Al-Saleh, has suspended …

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Procedural reforms help cut crime rate by 9pc in ’16: MoI

KUWAIT CITY, June 16: The Ministry of Interior has achieved a lot in terms of reducing crime rate, owing to the qualitative changes in arrest …

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Minister nods plan to hike private schools fee by 3pc

KUWAIT CITY, June 16: Minister of Education and Higher Education Dr Bader Al-Essa has endorsed the proposal to increase fees in private schools by three …

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‘Better prospects in Gulf than at home’ – Indonesian women defy ban

JAKARTA, June 16, (RTRS): Indonesian women are defying a government ban on travelling to the Middle East to work as maids, convinced there are better …

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Resignation Refused

My friend has resigned but his boss has not accepted his resignation until now and the 3-month notification period will end soon. He joined this …

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Jordan detains professor for criticizing anti-IS strikes – Hundreds of suspected IS supporters jailed

AMMAN, Jordan, June 15, (AP): An activist says Jordan has detained a prominent Islamic law professor after he criticized the kingdom’s participation in US-led airstrikes …

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Pakistan proves slippery target for Islamic State group

ISLAMABAD, June 15, (AFP): As investigators probe connections between the Orlando killer and the Islamic State group, analysts say the jihadists are struggling to gain …

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Pakistani man kills own sister for insisting on marrying a man of her choice;Transgender woman in Pakistan shot

A Pakistani girl has been killed by her brother for insisting on marrying a man of her choice, police said Tuesday, marking the country’s latest …

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