KUWAIT CITY, Oct 30: The General Traffic Department is looking for the vehicle and the motorist who is seen driving a vehicle with the door open and loaded with some household materials, reports Al-Anba daily. The daily added, this came when the video clip of the incident went viral. A security source said five citations will be issued against the motorist – driving with the car door open, posing risk to other motorists, obstructing traffic on public road, carrying goods for which it is not specified and endangering his life and the life of others.
KUWAIT CITY, Oct 30: In a bid to organize the labor market and reduce the rate of marginal workers, the Public Authority of Manpower has released new conditions for movement of expatriate workers within various sectors in collaboration and cooperation with Civil Service Commission and the Ministry of Interior.
KUWAIT CITY, Oct 27: Personnel from Criminal Investigations Department (CID) have arrested 124 people. They included absconders and violators of residence and labor laws, reports Al-Rai daily. The arrest came during a nationwide campaign which included all governorates. The Interior Ministry, in a statement asserted the security campaigns will continue, keeping in mind the security and safety of the country – residents and citizens.
Source: Arab Times
KUWAIT CITY, Oct 14: How has the Bangladeshi zubaidi fish invaded the Kuwaiti markets? This question was answered by an informed source at the fish market in Sharq who confirmed the existence of cases of commercial fraud away from the eyes of the Ministry of Commerce, pointing out the Bangladeshi zubaidi comes in sealed bags and sold as product of Pakistan, reports Al-Rai daily.
The source added zubaidi is sold for 6.5 dinars under the label of Pakistani product. The source added some claim also Chinese zubaidi is sold in the market but this is untrue.
However, the aim is to send a message to the Ministry of Commerce to know the truth about the imported fish and fight the local fish, especially that the imported fish is not subjected to examination or inspection. In a related context, an official at the Ministry of Commerce denied that the ministry has allowed the sale of Bangladeshi fish as some claim.
Bangladeshi zubaidi (Pomfret fish) sold as Pakistani zubaidi in Kuwait fish market
Pakistanis in Kuwait
source: Arab Times
KUWAIT CITY, Oct 13: The Environment Police paid a surprise visit to the Kuwait University in response to complaints filed by some students about smoking at the cafeterias of the Faculty of Law and the Faculty of Social Sciences, a matter which aroused division in the views of the students between those who supported and those who opposed the entry of the environmental police in the university campus, reports Al-Rai daily.
Some students objected to the entry environmental police saying the campus is an academic edifice while others expressed their satisfaction with their intervention to put an end to smoking inside the buildings and cafeterias of the university.
Source: Arab Times
BEIRUT, Oct 6, (KUNA): Kuwait’s honey industry has seen significant developments in recent years, leading its products to gain a world quality recognition, a Kuwaiti beekeeping expert affirmed Friday.
Such developments are due for the efforts exerted by the honey industry sector in Kuwait, as well as the increasing number of honey keepers, Nael Al-Saif, Secretary of Kuwait Beekeepers Association, told KUNA. Al-Saif made his remarks on the sidelines of the 11th meeting of Arab Beekeeping Union in Beirut. He said the Association strives for highlighting the distinctive quality of Kuwaiti honey to the world, adding it has, so far, won two gold medals in its first international participation in Seoul, South Korea in 2015.
Furthermore, Al-Said said there are currently around 350 registered beekeepers in the Association, noting there is more than that number as non-registered members in Kuwait, including women. Beekeeping has gained a wide popularity among Kuwaitis over the years due for its easy learning, economic returns, and health benefits, said Al-Said
By Ayoub Khadaj
Source: Arab Times