Awareness on SSC Exams (Staff Selection Commission Exams).

Muslim youths are not much aware about this exam how Central Government Recruits (12000 to 18000) most its key-posts in CBI, NIA, Income Tax, Enforcement Directorate (ED), RBI, CAG etc, etc..by SSC CGL exam.Now a days many Muslim graduates youth are preparing for UPSC Exam, but UPSC cater only 800 to 1000 posts every year and Exam Pattern is very dynamic and Syllabus keep changing every year, but SSC Pattern is static. This is another advantage of SSC Exam.Muslim Graduates students who are ready...

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704 recover from coronavirus in Kuwait

The Ministry of Health stated that the number of coronavirus recoveries in Kuwait rose by 704 in past 24 hrs, total recoveries are no 61,610.This comes after the necessary health checks and safety procedures were carried out proving the cases to be negative, according to a ministry statement.(KUNA)Source : Arab Times

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Studies Kuwait Presents “Gulf NRIs – Current Problems and Possibilities” – LIVE WEBINAR

Analyzing the Complex Problems being faced by the NRIs as a whole in tough times the impacts having on the various sectors including health,wealth,business sectors along with repatriation issues,survival and the possibilities there after.Dr C V AnandaBose IAS (One Man Expert Commission - Advisory Board Ministry of Labour & Employment , Govt of India) will be chief guestwith Eminent Speakers from different sectors.Regarding any questions to chief guest on subject matter , please mail us at [email protected]

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Beirut blast: Warnings of ‘extreme danger’ ignored by Lebanon officials about stored ammonium nitrate

The volatile chemical suspected of causing the deadly explosion that flattened Lebanon’s main port had been lying in storage there for six years despite warnings from customs officials about its hazards, documents show.The ammonium nitrate -- equivalent to 1,800 tons of TNT -- was unloaded from the cargo ship Rhosus in 2014, according to two letters issued by the director general of Lebanese Customs. For reasons that are unclear, dockworkers unloaded the chemical, which can be used to make fertilizers...

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‘Mars is looking real’: SpaceX’s test rocket makes 1st flight, landing upright

SpaceX launched a prototype of its Mars rocketship hundreds of feet into the air, then landed it upright in a successful test flight.The flight lasted barely 45 seconds and reached just 500 feet (150 meters) Tuesday night at the southeastern tip of Texas near Brownsville, but was an important first for SpaceX’s Starship. Some earlier tests ended in explosions on the pad.“Mars is looking real,” SpaceX founder and chief executive Elon Musk tweeted after the short hop. “Progress is accelerating.”Musk...

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Keep off: India’s terse message to China after Beijing’s Kashmir barb

New Delhi on Wednesday tersely asked Beijing to keep out of the internal affairs of other countries after China contended that India’s “unilateral” changes to the status of the former state of Jammu and Kashmir were illegal and invalid.As the Pakistan government observed Yaum-e-Istehsal or a “day of exploitation” to protest India’s decision last year to scrap Jammu and Kashmir’s special status and split it into two union territories, Beijing had also called on New Delhi and Islamabad...

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Take the seasonal flu vaccine every season, don’t ignore it, says expert

Senior Specialist in Infectious Diseases and Internal Medicine Dr Wasil Al-Adsani stressed the need to take the seasonal flu vaccine every season and not only this year, highlighting its extreme importance, reports Al-Anba daily. In a special statement, Dr Al-Adsani said, “Influenza has nothing to do with the COVID-19 virus.They are quite different and do not belong to the same family of viruses. Therefore, taking the flu vaccine is not effective in protecting from COVID-19. However, it protects...

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Let teachers from ‘31 countries’ return

The head of the Employees Syndicate at the Ministry of Education, Saleh Al- Azmi, has called on the Council of Ministers and particularly the Minister of Education and Minister of Higher Education to issue a decision, to exempt teachers from arriving into the country who are stranded in the countries which the government has termed ‘infected’ so that they can be in Kuwait before August 16 to help them take part in training courses organized by the Ministry of Education for distance learning,...

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Ahmadi city among the most polluted; need to invest in solutions

The Greenpeace researchers concluded that the Ahmadi city is among the most polluted cities, alongside Baghdad, Doha in Qatar, and Riyadh in Saudi Arabia, according to a study conducted by the organization, reports Al-Qabas quoting https://www.thenational.ae/. Tens of thousands of people are dying in the Middle East and North Africa each year due to pollution from burning fossil fuels.New residential areas for Kuwaiti citizens have come up with some of the most beautiful and well-planned houses and villasThe...

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