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Wonderful Interactive Session on parenting ....To Understand Our Child Better

AOL workshop On Parenting:
Dear All,
Warm Greetings!
Do you reel around these questions in your mind?
- Why is my son/daughter not listening to me?
- Why is she jumping around and breaking things?
- Not eating at all properly?
- They are always in front of the TV!
 Know Your Child is a two hour interactive seminar from the Art of Living which helps parents deal with several such issues by finding the root cause behind them.
= It gives them an insight into how children think and thus a better understanding of their behaviour.
= It points out small things that adults tend to overlook that may have a deep impact on children.
Several hundred such workshops have been conducted benefitting many thousands of parents making their relationships with their children much more harmonious.
Every parent intention is to bring up child in better way , but way we convey sometimes  builds gap this workshop will help you to bridge the gap.
We are arranging for a workshop in Kuwait on this 27th January 2013 at 7:00 to 9:00 pm.
Please find attached the workshop details! Call the contact numbers (area-wise) to register yourself.
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DOC FEST 2013!

DOC FEST 2013!
The Indian Doctors Forum (IDF), affiliated to the Kuwait Medical Association, released the IDF Health Guide based on the theme of Globesity – Global Obesity, during a colorful event held under the theme Rainbow Doc Fest 2013. The event which was held under the patronage of His Highness the Amir of Kuwait was inaugurated by Sheikh Ali Al-Jarrah Al- Sabah, Deputy Minister of Amiri Diwan Affairs. The Health Guide was released by Dr. Mohammed Al- Haifi, the Minister of Health in the presence of His Excellency Satish C. Mehta, the Ambassador of India to Kuwait and guests of honor Dr Mohammed Al-Mutairi, President, Kuwait Medical Association and Prof Adel K. Ayed, Dean, Faculty of Medicine, Kuwait.
Addressing the distinguished guests and the audience, the Indian Ambassador commended the good work done by the IDF in spite of the tight schedule of doctors exerting time and selfless efforts in the service of the community. He also commended the IDF for being the recipient of the prestigious Pravasi Bharatiya Samman, the highest civilian award bestowed upon Non-Resident Indians/Organizations. The event was followed by a colorful cultural program based on the theme of the rainbow which represents diversity and inclusiveness, of hope and of yearning.
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22 tons of rotten meat confiscated in Capital

22 tons of rotten meat confiscated in Capital
KUWAIT: As part of the ongoing campaign to ensure only sale of food stuff fit for human consumption, a team of inspectors from the Ministry of Commerce and Industry confiscated 22 tons of rotten meat at the capital governorate. The Undersecretary at the Ministry of Commerce, Abdulaziz Al-Khaldi, told reporters that the inspection department led by supervisor Faisal Al-Ansari was able to stop the distribution of this rotten meat after laboratory tests revealed that it was not suitable for consumption. He added that the ministry has taken necessary action against the company for violating the law and it was referred to the public prosecutor who will decide on a suitable punishment. The confiscated meat would be retained till a decision is made to destroy it. Al-Khaldi said the ministry will go ahead with monitoring the food companies and sending violators to concerned legal authorities. Penalties in such cases could reach up to ten years of imprisonment for those involved in implementing and selling meat unsuitable for human consumption. He emphasized the necessity to double the punishment, and also to introduce a provision to close the company besides imprisoning and deporting those involved. He sent a message to the dealers that the Ministry of Commerce will keep an eye on the goings on and will protect the health of citizens and expats. He said there were many checks, starting with the customs authority and including the Kuwait municipality, to ensure that any imported meat found rotten was not directly distributed.
Source: Kuwait Times

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Family alleges ragging as city boy ends life in Germany

Family alleges ragging as city boy ends life in Germany
altYoung Likhit Shashidhara left for Germany four months ago to get a postgraduate engineering degree but what his shattered parents got was his body in a coffin on a Thai Airways flight early on Friday.
The parents were told that their 24-year-old son had committed suicide in his rented house on January 8 with the cable of a cellphone charger.
Likhit, who was studying mechatronics in Kreuztal town near Siegen city in Germany, was the son of S.V. Shashidhara, a land dealer, and Siddalingamma, a librarian in a private college here. The couple lives in Hanumagiri Extension in Chikkalasandra here.
Suresh, his cousin, said the parents were told of the tragedy on January 9. Subsequently they were in touch with the German police who finally told them the body was sent to Bengaluru International Airport on January 10.
“The body arrived at the airport around 11.50 p.m.,” said Mr. Suresh.
Likhit’s family argue the Seigen University student could have been pushed to take the extreme step due to ragging. He had often complained to his parents that he was being harassed by his seniors.
His heartbroken father, Mr. Shashidhara, said: “We asked him to return to India if he is not able to study. He had said he would return soon.”
An aunt said she got eight mails saying a group of boys were tormenting him and the family decided to bring him back here even at the risk of his quitting studies midway.
Meanwhile, Subramanyapura police inspector Bale Gowda said they had not received any complaint from the family. “If there is, we will get in touch with the German police and extend necessary help.”
Tara, a family friend, said Likhit was sharing his accommodation with two friends — a Bangalorean from Yelahanka and another from Mysore. He had funded his German education through a bank loan.
Likhit, a B.E. in mechanical engineering, worked for two years before deciding to pursue a postgraduate degree. He is survived by a sister, also an engineering student here.


7,257 citations issued, 567 cars seized in GTD drive

7,257 citations issued, 567 cars seized in GTD drive
KUWAIT: The General Traffic Department (GTD) launched a surprise inspection campaign during the weekend, resulting in the issuance of 7,257 traffic citations, impounding of 567 vehicles and 17 motorbikes, and arrest of an unidentified person.
In a press statement Saturday, the department said a total of 1,018 traffic citations were issued and six vehicles were confiscated in the Capital Governorate.

In Farwaniya, 977 citations were issued and 57 vehicles were impounded, while in Hawally, a total of 1,859 citations were issued and 320 vehicles were confiscated; in addition to 833 citations and 15 vehicles in Ahmadi, 291 citations and one vehicle in Mubarak Al-Kabeer, and 340 citations and 21 vehicles in Jahra.

Moreover, the Operations Unit at the department registered 1,685 violations; confiscated 147 vehicles and 17 motorbikes and arrested one person. The campaign also led to the registration of 108 violations at the Kuwait International Airport.
Source: Arabtimes

Attempt to smuggle in 8,000 bottles of alcohol thwarted

Attempt to smuggle in 8,000 bottles of alcohol thwarted
KUWAIT: The customs officials at the Shuwaikh Port thwarted an attempt to smuggle 8,000 bottles of liquor concealed in a shipment that came with forged documents belonging to the US Army. The operation was carried out on Friday in cooperation with Drug Control General Department detectives who received information that a ‘large shipment of alcoholic drinks’ was on its way to be smuggled into the country. Meanwhile, police arrested an Arab driver and two Asian men who arrived to claim the shipment. During custodial interrogation, they let out the identity of a Kuwaiti man as being the shipment’s owner. Search is on for the suspect.
Source: Kuwait Times

80,000 ID cards issued to illegal residents

80,000 ID cards issued to illegal residents


KUWAIT: The Identification cards issued to illegal residents (bedoons) till end of 2012 had reached around 80,000, said a senior official at the central agency for illegal residents yesterday. Head of Information and ID Cards at the central agency Abduallah Al-Farhan said that procedures to obtain and reissue ID cards had been going on smoothly and according to plan. The agency will continue issuing the cards for bedoons as an implementation of the Cabinet decision no. 409 for the year 2011 that stipulates granting some facilities for this segment of the society.


Source: KUNA

Police bust vice dens in Khaitan, Farwaniya

Police bust vice dens in Khaitan, Farwaniya
KUWAIT: Forty five people were arrested in recent crackdowns which featured busting several brothels in Khaitan and Farwaniya. The operation went underway as per instructions of the Interior Ministry’s Assistant Undersecretary for Criminal Security Affairs, Maj Gen Abdul-Hameed Al-Awadhi, who ordered investigations to stop prostitution and other illegal activities around the country. Farwaniya officers arrested 45 men and women of Arab and Asian nationalities and referred them to proper authorities to face charges related to prostitution.
Source: Kuwait Times

Chennai Ratna Cafe Opens in Kuwait

Chennai Ratna Cafe, The Popular Indian Veg-Restaurant at Kuwait….in  Fahaheel!
Chennai Ratna Cafe serve the finest, most authentic Indian vegetarian food in Kuwait in  smart yet comfortable restaurant located in the Fahaheel, Kuwait. They are affiliated with the famous Ratna Café Restaurants in India which have been established since 1948 with so many branches.
Welcome to Chennai Ratna Cafe, the Indian Vegetarian Restaurant focused on delivering real Indian culinary excellence matched with knowledgeable, warm and intuitive service. Their  ethos and values are completely focused on your enjoyment, their customer.
They strive to bring you cuisine, the famous Idlis and Sambar tastes that your palate has never experienced and will never forget. They aspire to bring about the wow and all those lovely sounds associated with complete satisfaction
Chennai Ratna Cafe means blessed food, the chefs have a clear belief that their feelings and love are very much part of the food.
Chennai Ratna Café serves a variety of savory recipes from India's rich tapestry of culture and culinary traditions. Every dish is meticulously prepared in authentic Indian home-style, using only natural spices and ingredients. They never add preservatives or artificial colorings. As a result, Chennai Ratna Cafe Cuisine's many delectable dishes are lean, low in fat and healthy.
Address : Mubarak Abdullah Al Dabbous Building,
                  Bld no; 5,Block no;7, Mezanine floor,
                 Tel : 23926281 / 65974546
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Record traffic at Kuwait International Airport in 2012

Record traffic at Kuwait International Airport
KUWAIT: Air traffic at Kuwait International Airport grew six percent in 2012 compared to 2011, deputy director of civil aviation Nabil al-Zamel told KUNA on Thursday.

Concomitant with that, the number of passengers going through the airport increased five percent last year, he said as he noted that these increases occurred at a time when the air travel industry worldwide had experienced rough going due in the main to the global economic slump, particularly in Europe, and political turmoil in different regions of the Middle East.

However with Kuwait’s Open Skies policy and its continuing trend to sign bilateral agreements with more international air carriers and its constant streamlining of services directed at passenger and airlines alike, all converged to encourage air carriers to increase their flights to and through Kuwait last year, he said.

For instance Bahrain Air, Iran’s Zagros Air, and Thailand’s Jet Asia ramped up their flights through Kuwait’s major airport as did Qatar Airways, FlyDubai, Gulf Air, Turkish Airlines, Egypt Air and Emirates, to name a few.

Al-Zamel, further, noted that the number of air passengers using Kuwait airport last year topped 8.9 million compared to 8.5 million in 2011. Those numbers translated into over 85,567 flights in 2012 and 85,117 flights in 2011, he said. Air cargo also was quite brisk in 2012 where over 181 million kgs of merchandize were transported.
Source: Arabtimes

Kuwait to enjoy calm weather

Kuwait to enjoy calm weather
KUWAIT: Calm and moderate weather conditions in Kuwait are expected over the weekend, starting today through mid next week, according to a leading meteorologist. Director of the Air Navigation Meteorological Forecasts Department at the Meteorological Department of the Directorate General of Civil Aviation Ali Al-Mutawa pointed out that the maximum temperature will go up to in between 22-24 degrees Celsius. The wind movement will also be moderate as the dusty and cold northwestern winds will slow down. Though the temperature registered at dawn yesterday in different parts of Kuwait touched 1 degree Celsius, it took an upward trend in the day to reach 20 degrees Celsius, he added. Al-Mutwaa pointed out that the minimum temperature at night is expected to record 5 degrees Celsius on Friday and could go up to nearly 13 degrees Celsius mid-week. He expressed delight over the calm and sunny weather, urging the public to enjoy the favorable weekend conditions. 
Source: KUNA

Govt raises cap on subsidised LPG cylinders to 9

Govt raises cap on subsidised LPG cylinders to 9
The government on Thursday raised the cap on supply of subsidised LPG cylinders to nine bottles from six per year and allowed oil companies to hike diesel prices by a "small quantum" periodically.
There will be no change in LPG and kerosene rates, Oil Minister M Veerappa Moily told reporters in New Delhi after the meeting on Cabinet Committee on Political Affairs. "I am happy to inform the Cabinet Committee on Political Affairs has decided to raise the cap on subsidised LPG to nine cylinders per household in a year from existing six cylinders," he said.
Consumers will get a quota of five subsidised cylinders between September 2012 and March 2013 and from April 1, 2013, they will be entitled to nine cylinders per annum.
Moily said that the oil companies have been permitted to raise diesel prices by a small quantum periodically till such time that they are able to cover Rs 9.60 per litre loss they incur on the fuel.
Refusing to provide details of diesel price increase, Moily said the raise may taken place as early as Thursday night.
Source: PTI

Kuwait Tamil Sangam - Mega Musical Nite on 1st February 2013

Kuwait Tamil Sangam - Mega Musical Nite on 1st February 2013


Kuwait Tamil Sangam is organising a Mega Musical Nite on 01st February, 2013 at the American International School, Maidan Hawally. In this program KTS is hosting Renowned Singers Anuradha Sriram and Velmurugan accompanied by Robo Shankar and Priyadarshini. The Orchestra is from Sri Raaj Melodies.

Shifa Al Jazeera Medical Center to hold cervical cancer campaign

Shifa Al Jazeera Medical Center to hold cervical cancer campaign
KUWAIT: Shifa Al-Jazeera Medical Group, the leading conglomerate among premium healthcare providers in GCC in the path of expansion with the newfangled innovative systems, technologies and equipments along with a dedicated team of medical and paramedical staffs, has announced an outstanding healthy offer as their dedicated New Year Gift to the society “Cervical Cancer Prevention Awareness Campaign” providing Cervical Cancer Vaccine- “CERVARIX” at a discounted rate from 12/01/2013 till 24/01/2013 – a 12-day campaign targeting the improvement of women’s health and saving lives through Cervical Cancer prevention programs which mean the ultimate goal of caring and assuring their responsibility towards the society as a part of accomplishing their vision and mission of reaching new heights in the medical world. Apart from usual health campaigns held in the foregoing periods which was a form of socio awareness activity, this time it is against Cervical Cancer by which we lose a woman in every hour in Middle East.
Vaccination is preferred for girls and women from 10-55 years of age based on physician’s recommendation. It could be identified only with regular screening and vaccination. When we come to know that possibility is 50% for cervical cancer in a normal situation and that every woman is at a risk of cervical cancer throughout life, makes us realize the importance of vaccination and screening as a preventive procedure. Dr Rekha Thomas, one of the well known Gynaecologist &Obstetric Specialist in Kuwait and a part of Shifa Al Jazeera Medical Center says that the cervical cancer is a form of cancer effecting Cervix (the lower part of uterus also known as ‘neck’ of womb) which is having two parts, endocervix and ectocervix / exocervix, and functioning as a connecting agent of uterus to the vagina and makes mucus which facilitates sperm entry. Also during pregnancy it serves to keep infection outside the uterus, protecting the fetus , helping to keep the baby inside the uterus. During child birth it opens to allow the baby pass through the vagina.
The endocervix or the endocervical canal is lined by glandular cells and the exocervix is lined by squamous cells.The junction where the two cell types cells meet is called the Transformation Zone (TZ) where the two types of cervical cancers, Squamous cell Carcinoma (in the surface lining of the cervix) and Adenocarcinoma (from the glandular cells / columnar cells lining the endocervical canal) begins which is the second most common type of cancer deaths in women, worldwide and the third leading cause of cancer in women after breast and lung cancer. Malignancy or Cancer – normal cells of the body start to divide uncontrollably and form a tumor- of the cervix begins in the cells of the surface of the cervix and then invade deeply into the cervix-she added. Dr. Revathi – a reputed name in Gynaecology / Obstetrics & Infertility, working with Shifa Al Jazeera Medical Centre mentioned that the cause of cervical cancer is infection by the Human Papilloma Virus HPV, a group of more than hundred related viruses by which most adults have been infected in their lives and most infection clearup on their own. She also explained about HPV types which cause warts on skin, genital (HPV 6 and 11of Low risk types), anus, mouth & throat and are rarely linked to cancer.
Major cases of cervical cancers are caused by infections with oncogenic or high risk types of HPV that is 16 & 18 because of risky sexual practices like having sex at an early age or having multiple sex partners, weakened immune system, poor socio economic status, smoking. She preferred screening test / Pap smear test (an outpatient procedure in which cells are scraped from the cervix and looked at under a microscope) and HPV vaccine before becoming sexually active as protective factors because most of the time, early cancer has no symptoms and cervical cancer has a long precancerous phase. She pointed out some symptoms like abnormal vaginal bleeding, post contact bleeding, continuous vaginal discharge and increased bleeding at periods about which we have to be cautious.
Cervical cancer, in its precancerous stage which could be detected by a Pap smear is 100% treatable as it can take years for precancerous lesion to change to cancer.After doing a Pap smear, test like colposcopy & cervical biopsy could be advised as necessary. Liquid based Pap cytology tests are nowadays available too.PAP smear is repeated every 3 to 5 years from the age of 21 for sexually active women. It is better to be combined with HPV Testing. Also she explained the Pap smear results which could be reported as Inflammation, ASCUS (Atypical Squamous Cells of Undetermined Significance), LSIL (Low grade Squamous Intra epithelial Lesion-CIN-1- most common and benign usually resolves spontaneously), HSIL (High Grade Squamous Intra epithelial Lesion- CIN 2 or CIN 3-Moderate or severe dysplasia which can lead to cancer of cervix which could be treated by LEEP-Loop Electrosurgical Excision Procedure, Cryotherapy, Conisation, Laser Ablation), Squamous cell carcinoma and Adenocarcinoma. Treatments for cervical cancer are surgical removal of uterus, ovary tube and lymph nodes apart from radiotherapy or chemotherapy.
Developed countries which implemented similar programs have experienced dramatically reduced rates of cervical cancer due to well organized screening and treatment programs where as in developing countries in the cases cervical cancer occur, it remains a leading cause of death among women. A recent situation analysis documented that screening women with an accurate test and positive test results managed properly increased the count of cured. Best possible protection against cervical cancer is Vaccination (Cervarix- Women Only Vaccine against HPV 16 & 18 & Gardasil- against HPV 6, 11,16,18) other than Screening. Shifa Al Jazeera Medical Center Management also informed that the detailed brochure of the campaign for the public awareness could be obtained from their Farwaniya Branch located opposite Farwaniya Police Station and all were requested to utilize this opportunity to safeguard their health.
Source: Kuwait Times

New Labour code violators face law

New Labour code violators face law


KUWAIT: The Ministry of Social Affairs and Labor will impose two new codes ‘75 and 79’ on all companies that violate the Labor Law and others involved in visa trading, reports Al-Seyassah daily.

The daily quoted ministry sources as saying the new codes will be added to the existing 8 codes, and the files of employers violating the law will be suspended by a tripartite committee of the ministries of Social Affairs and Labor, Commerce and Interior, and Industry if employees are arrested while working at a company they are not registered with.

In that case, the ministry will suspend the company’s transactions under Code 76, the daily explained, adding the suspension code will be shifted to 75 and the company will not be able to renew or transfer residencies if violation is repeated. Then, the employee will be deported after the residence is canceled in the absence of a verified commercial foundation.

Visa traders

Some visa traders who are unhappy with the relentless efforts exerted by personnel from the Directorate-General of Immigration to track them down and refer them to the Public Prosecution have now begun a campaign against the securitymen to tarnish their image, reports Al-Shahed daily quoting reliable sources.

The visa traffickers are making use of their agents to file complaints against certain senior officers in the directorate by accusing them of arbitrariness and injustice to discredit them and stir public opinion against them through the media.

The sources added the directorate has foiled many such campaigns and is exerting efforts more than ever before to prosecute offenders and traders in visas.

It has been reported tough action will be taken against visa traders to protect the reputation of Kuwait and the rights of workers.

Meanwhile in other development, the new employment contracts signed by some workers in the banking sector will be cancelled soon because they do not include privileges stipulated in the previous contracts, says Chairperson of Bank Workers Union Mansour Ashour.

Ashour explained the new contracts were distributed recently by one of the labor departments in the country. He said the stipulations in these contracts will not be applied as they will be revoked soon to protect the rights of the workers in accordance with Article Six of Private Sector Labor Law number 6/2010.


Source: Arabtimes

Municipality campaign to ensure food quality

Municipality campaign to ensure food quality
KUWAIT: Launching a major campaign to ensure that only good quality food stuff is sold to consumers, the Kuwait Municipality today expanded its campaign to record samples of food from factories and food stores in areas from where food stuff is mainly distributed to central markets and food outlets. The campaign began at Mubarak Al Kabeer governorate to ensure that sellers abide by municipality regulations and only goods fit for human consumption are sold.
Sources at the Municipality said the drive will cover the key areas of Al Rai, Al Shuwaikh and Al Ardiya industrial area. The campaign which started at 9 am and lasted until noon was led by food supervisor Daidhan Al Adwani in cooperation with the public relations department of the Municipality.
Random samples were recorded for meat, pastries, juice and water. All the samples were securely kept in an ice box and were sent to the health laboratories for tests. Al Adwani said in a press release that the results will be available in less than a week, and based on these, necessary steps will be taken. He added that surprise and random sampling will be done periodically to ensure that products meet the specifications set by Kuwaiti authorities. Earlier samples were found acceptable and some observations were taken into consideration by factories and store owners.
Al Adwani said that a total of 1055 samples were sent to laboratories in the month of December while field campaigns resulted in 67 citations for working either without obtaining health certificates or possessing expired certificates. He underlined the importance of keeping valid health papers while dealing in food materials.
Source: Kuwait Times

Amir promises 5 hospitals, ‘touristic’ Failaka

Amir promises 5 hospitals, ‘touristic’ Failaka
KUWAIT: His Highness the Amir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Sabah assured a team of MPs he met on Tuesday that the government plans to build five new public hospitals, construct 80,000 houses on allocated lands, and transform the Failaka Island into a national touristic site, several local newspapers reported yesterday. MP Tahir Al-Failakawi briefed the media about the meeting which was attended by MPs Abdullah Al- Ma’youf, Khalid Al-Shulaimi, Badr Al- Bathali, Hammad Al-Dousari, Mohammad Al-Jabri, Saad Al-Bous, Nasser Al-Shemmari and Mubarak Al-Urf. “HH the Amir urged [the parliament to ensure] top focus on achievements, law enforcement and meeting the ambitions of the Kuwaiti people,” MP Al-Ma’youf told Al-Rai.
Source: Kuwait Times

Recruitment scam: Ex-Haryana CM Om Prakash Chautala convicted, arrested

Recruitment scam: Ex-Haryana CM Om Prakash Chautala convicted, arrested
NEW DELHI: Former Haryana chief ministerOm Prakash Chautala, his MLA-son Ajay Chautala and 53 others were convicted on Wednesday by a Delhi court for the illegal recruitment of over 3000 junior basic trained (JBT) teachers in the state.
After the court pronounced its judgement, all the convicts were taken into judicial custody. The court has fixed January 22 for pronouncing the quantum of sentence.
Special CBI Judge Vinod Kumar held Chautala, his son and others guilty of offences under the Indian Penal Code (IPC) and Prevention of Corruption Act (PCA).
Apart from the Chautalas, Sanjiv Kumar, the then director of primary education, Chautala's former officer on special duty Vidya Dhar and Sher Singh Badshami, political adviser to the then Haryana CM were convicted by the court in the case. The court has fixed January 17, 19 and 21 for hearing the arguments on sentence.
The court had framed charges against them under sections 120-B (criminal conspiracy), 420 (cheating), 467 (forgery), 468 (forgery for cheating), 471 (using as genuine a forged document) of the IPC and and provisions of the PCA.
The court had reserved its verdict in the case on December 17, 2012 after conclusion of final arguments by the CBI and the defence counsel. Out of the initial 62 accused, six had died during the trial while one had been discharged by the court at the time of framing of charges.
The court had earlier found prima facie evidence against Chautala, his son Ajay and 53 others, including IAS officers Dhar and Kumar.
Kumar was made accused by the CBI after he exposed the JBT recruitment scam.
Source: TOI

Indian robbed of cash, jewelry

Indian robbed of cash, jewelry


An unidentified Indian man working as director of a company has filed a complaint with the Fahaheel Police Station accusing an unidentified person of breaking into his apartment and stealing KD 9,000 cash and jewelry worth KD 1,200.

He said the theft occurred when he was away from home. Police have lifted fingerprints to identify the suspect.


Source: Arabtimes

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