Sabah Al-Ahmad residents seek banning trucks on ‘Wafra Road’

After the “Road of Death” claimed the life of one of the residents of Sabah Al- Ahmad Residential City a few days ago, several residents have been insisting that the situation can no longer tolerate silence. They expressed their frustration and regret over the negligence in dealing with the problem of large trucks driving on Wafra Road at high speeds without any supervision, reports Al-Anba daily.During a protest organized by the residents Saturday night on the Road of Death – the name given...

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Personality of the month Mr. Numan Vasaiker, Man at the forefront of IMA Kuwait charity activity during Covid-19 lockdown in Kuwait

Q8india.com, The well-known news portal in Kuwait recently had the pleasure of having a chat with Mr. Numan Vasaiker, Incharge of Social Service Department of Indian Muslim Association Kuwait who is at the fore front of social service activity during pandemic COVID-19. Q8India - Tell us about efforts being carried out by your organization to tackle challenges faced by expatriates in Kuwait during Covid-19 lockdown. Numan: Kuwait witnessed a surge in Covid-19 cases and started lock-down. We appreciate...

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Modifying demographics immediately is impossible

Governmental sources doubted Kuwait’s ability to achieve a rapid shift in modifying the demographics stating that “change is an impossible and needs a comprehensive study for a change in social concepts and reducing the dependence on others as it needs to activate series of decisions by increasing fees on expatriates and other legislative amendments.”The sources revealed a government proposal that aimed to reduce the number of expats to approximately 70% relative to Kuwaitis by 2030, provided...

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Sports clubs and gyms preparing for return to normal life

Health sports clubsand gyms are now preparing for return to normal life as the coronavirus outbreak has started to recede; while some owners are eager to resume their activities.Like many establishments in the country, health sports clubs suffered due to continuous lockdown as part of measures to curb the spread of the virus which negatively affected the owners and members of these clubs.The daily observed that these clubs took the necessary precautions and laid down regulations for the members to follow...

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Kuwait Health Min. briefs cabinet on Covid-19 situation

Minister of Health Sheikh Dr. Basel Al-Sabah said Monday percentage of recoveries from coronavirus was around 79 percent, but there was a rise in infections among citizens due to gatherings.Sheikh Basel, addressing a cabinet meeting that was chaired by His Highness the Prime Minister Sheikh Sabah Khaled Al-Hamad Al-Sabah, said the Ministry of Health has been conducting measures to curb spread of Covid-19 to ultimately terminate it.The MoH announced today 641 people were infected with the novel coronavirus...

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641 new infections and 4 deaths from coronavirus in Kuwait

The Kuwait Ministry of Health announced 641 new coronavirus (COVID-19) infections in the last 24 hours, bringing the total to 40,291 while 4 deaths were reported as well bringing the fatalities' toll up to 33 Source: Arab Times

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India witnesses celestial sight in ‘Ring of Fire’ eclipse

The first solar eclipse of this year taking place on the summer solstice, which is the longest day in the Northern Hemisphere was visible a little after 9 am in India. This solar eclipse is also known as the “ring of fire” as the moon is unable to cover the entire sun, leaving a small surface exposed.[gallery columns="1" size="full" ids="69643,69642,69641,69640,69639,69638,69637,69636,69635,69634"]Source : Hindustan Times

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530 recover from coronavirus – total 31,770

Around 530 people recovered from the coronavirus (COVID-19) in Kuwait in last 24 hours, bringing the total number to 31,770, the Kuwaiti Ministry of Health said on Monday.The ministry added, in a statement to KUNA, that the recoveries’ number was based on medical tests, which proved that the patients were now virus-free.Source: Arab Times

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India’s infra push behind Chinese aggression

To put things in the right perspective, the increased strategic infrastructure has rattled China to no end as the Dragon is facing resounding Indian military might, not the relatively docile India it used to deal with, before 2014.To set the matter straight, the Prime Minister’s Office on Saturday, in a statement, said that the Prime Minister was crystal clear that “India would respond firmly to any attempts to transgress the Line of Actual Control (LAC)”. He specifically emphasised that in contrast...

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Situation along LAC tense with full army deployment

Though the situation has not escalated since the Galwan incident, the Chinese People’s Liberation Army (PLA) is continuing troop accretion with support elements on standby, Indian officials familiar with the matter said.The situation continues to remain tense along the 3,488km-long Line of Actual Control, with both the Indian and Chinese armies fully deployed, air bases activated, and the navy on standby, following the June 15 face-off in the Galwan sector.Though the situation has not escalated...

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