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17 new electronic services launched

July 16, 20170 Comments

The egovernment portal has collected KD 38 million from January to June 2017, compared to the KD 51 million collected in 2016.

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Transfer from Government project visa to Private sector visa

July 13, 20170 Comments

I am an engineering graduate and came to Kuwait on a government project engineer’s visa. I have completed 3 yrs and want to join a new company that does not have a government project visa and have only private sector visas.

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Expat acquitted of raping child

July 13, 20170 Comments

 The Court of Appeals chaired by Judge Hassan Al- Shammari nullified life imprisonment sentence the Court of First Instance handed to an Egyptian man for raping an adolescent in Farwaniya area. The appellant court thereby acquitted the suspect.

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80 arrested in Ahmadi

July 13, 20170 Comments

Officers from the Residency Affairs Department arrested 88 law violators in a recent campaign in Ahmadi governorate, reports Al-Seyassah / Arab Times daily.

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Agencies are working to changes the salary scale

July 13, 20170 Comments

The concerned government agencies are now working on the amendment of the strategic salary scale to be ready for submission to the National Assembly in the next legislative round, reports Al-Anba daily quoting a knowledgeable source.

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68 arrested – 2 expats to be deported

July 12, 20170 Comments

Traffic sector issued 31,576 violations, impounded 1,033 vehicles and referred 68 people to custody for various violations, and two expatriates to deportation for driving without license in campaigns conducted across the country from July 2-8, reports Al-Seyassah/ Arab Times daily.

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32,000 visas in two months

July 12, 20170 Comments

More than 776,000 residence permits and 32,000 visit visas were issued in the last two months.

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Amended Labor Law in private sector takes effect

July 11, 20170 Comments

The amended Private Sector Labor Law took effect after its publication in the official gazette on July 9, says MP Hamoud Al-Khodairi who proposed the amendment which was approved by the National Assembly in the last legislative round.

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Dying for love due to refusal from GF’s Father

July 9, 20170 Comments

A young man who is believed to be in his 20s has been admitted to the intensive care unit of the Mubarak Al-Kabir Hospital 20s after he jumped from the balcony of the house of his girlfriend in Hawalli in a vain attempt to end his life, reports Al-Rai daily.

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Headache and epilepsy issues in Salmiya due to Telecom tower

July 9, 20170 Comments

Residents in Block Nine, Salem Al-Mubarak Street, Salmiya have complained about the three storey telecommunications tower in the area as it allegedly causes headaches and epilepsy, reports Al-Seyassah / Arab Times daily.

In their complaint to the daily, the residents pointed out that the tower touches the flats and low buildings around it. They claimed some people residing in the area have been suffering from chronic headache and a number of children had epileptic attacks due to waves emanating from the tower.

They urged the concerned officials at Kuwait Municipality and Municipal Council to look into the situation, indicating the tower owned by a telecommunications company is located in Thuwaini Building, just a few meters away from the houses so its electrical and magnetic waves penetrate the nearby houses.

They pointed out the Municipality has prohibited the installation of all types of telecommunication towers on rooftops, especially in buildings used as kindergartens or any educational activity, as well as public and private hospitals. They said the Municipality used to require presentation of license prior to installation of towers even if there are no houses or apartments nearby.

They added a permit must be obtained while the owners are also required to show the location and height of the tower. Moreover, the Municipal Council had earlier reported receiving complaints about these towers because of the harmful waves emanating from them.

Source : Arabtimes

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