Protesters rally across US as votes are counted.

[gallery order="DESC" ids="79025,79026,79027,79028,79029,79030,79031,79032,79033,79034"]Hundreds of protesters waving American flags and signs that read, “Count every vote, every vote counts,” demonstrated peacefully at Washington Square Park after marching through midtown Manhattan in New York.“It’s very important that we make sure that our democracy is maintained,” said Meira Harris, 26, a social work student. “This election has provoked so much anxiety.”City police posted pictures...

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Developing Web Design

Developing a web design needs time and effort. Development is process -it takes time to be implemented. Effort is a good attribute to reach your goal of developing your web design. With enough time and hard work, you will surely develop your design, leading to the success of your website.Since the design of your website plays a big part in driving traffic, you should give focus in developing it. Do not be contented with your current design; continue aiming for improvements in order to meet the standards...

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‘Grave-diggers, corpse washers among 5% expats only working in Municipality’.

Kuwaitization policy reviewed annuallyDeputy Director-General for Financial and Administrative Affairs at Kuwait Municipality Fouad Al- Rujaib revealed that the number of employees in the municipality is 7,255, of whom only five percent are non-Kuwaitis, after excluding jobs that cannot be occupied by Kuwaitis, such as grave diggers and corpse washers, reports Al-Qabas daily. He stressed that application of the Kuwaitization policy is being done annually in accordance with the percentage specified...

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MoI likely to decide on cancelling poll HQ, tents in view of ‘corona’.

‘Contestants can book appointment on website’The Director of the Election Affairs Administration, Colonel Dr. Ahmad Al-Hajri said that the Interior Ministry is coordinating with the concerned authorities including the health to take the final decision about cancelling the election headquarters and tents, reports Al-Rai daily. Al-Hajri told the daily as preparations for the election season continue those wishing to contest the elections can do so by booking an appointment on the ministry website...

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Congress to hold ‘satyagraha’ across states to demand justice for Hathras rape victim.

A day after Congress leaders Rahul Gandhi and Priyanka Gandhi Vadra met the family of the Hathras victim, the party announced it will stage ‘satyagraha’ in the district headquarters of states across the country on Monday to demand justice for them.“The Pradesh Congress Committees will be organising silent Satyagraha sit-in, at Mahatma Gandhi/Ambedkar statues and any other place of significance, against the brutal and arbitrary actions of the UP Government, demanding justice for the victim and her family,”...

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Funeral prayer in absentia (Salatul Ghaib) for the Late Amir to be offered across all masajids at Maghreb today

Ministry of Awqaf has directed all the imams of mosques to perform the prayer in absentia for the late Amir today (Wednesday 30th September 2020), immediately after Maghreb prayer in all mosques in the State of Kuwait  

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Two full salaries, medal for ‘corona’ front liners.

In confirmation of the published report on a quartet committee’s recommendation for granting rewards to security officers for their work during the COVID-19 crisis, security sources said the procedures for the disbursement of two full salaries as well as Kuwait Medal for the personnel from the Kuwait Army, Kuwait Police, National Guard and Kuwait Fire Service Directorate are in full swing, reports Al-Anba daily.They revealed that a high-ranking official of the Ministry of Interior, during his inspection...

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Hike in meat prices due to delay in sheep shipment from Australia.

The repercussions of the COVID-19 crisis continue to have a negative impact on some vital sectors. For instance, the delay in sheep shipment from Australia has sparked an increase in the meat prices in the local market, rendering consumers to avoid buying meat from sheep market and instead resorting to buy in small quantities from butchers in Shuwaikh and other areas, reports Al-Qabas daily.In the past two days, the sales movement in the sheep market in Jleeb Al-Shuyoukh witnessed a low turnout of consumers,...

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‘No appointment for visit to co-ops’.

Union of Consumers Cooperative Societies Chairman Fahd Al-Kashti has announced lifting the requirement to set online appointment for shopping in cooperatives in various governorates, reports Al-Jarida daily.In a press statement, Al-Kashti thanked the ministries of Commerce and Social Affairs for cooperating with the union over the past period. “Coinciding with the return to normal life and the lifting of the partial curfew, it is imperative to continue adhering to health regulations during visits...

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Qataris dismantle ‘kafala’ system – Minimum wage $275.

New labor rules in the energy- rich nation of Qatar “effectively dismantles” the country’s long-criticized “kafala” employment system, a UN labor body said Sunday.The International Labor Organization said as of now, migrant workers can change jobs before the end of their contracts without obtaining the permission of their current employers. Qatar also has adopted a minimum monthly wage of 1,000 Qatari riyals ($275) for workers, which will take affect some six months after the law is published...

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