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Bank ‘warning’ on e-mail fraud

Bank ‘warning’ on e-mail fraud
 
KUWAIT CITY, Jan 14: A bogus email notice fraudulently credited to Ahli United Bank is floating around informing customers that the bank has installed a new security verification system for 2013.

“Your account is disabled for verification,” the email states, requesting customers to activate their account by clicking on a link provided in the mail, https://ahliunited.com.kw/2013eBanking/Online-ActivateNow.

Bank denied sending out such a mail and warned customers never to reply to the mail.

This is the latest in a series of phishing scams where the email sender employs various ruses to extract bank account details from unsuspecting victims to misappropriate funds.

IT experts say the fraudsters operate from distant places, imitating websites of bona fide companies to convince naÔve customers.

Once they enter the bogus site, the customers will be asked to divulge their account details under a variety of pretexts. The facility to send millions of emails for free encourages these fraudsters as even a single positive response makes the venture worthwhile.
 
Source: Arabtimes

Newborn baby dumped near a mosque

Newborn baby dumped: Police looking for an unidentified woman for dumping her newborn baby near a mosque in Mubarak Al-Kabir, reports Al-Qabas daily.

The baby was found by a Kuwaiti man when he went to pray. Acting on information police and paramedics rushed to the spot and took the baby to the Farwaniya Hospital.
 
Source: Arabtimes
 

Sewage water makes life miserable for Jleeb dwellers

Sewage water makes life miserable for Jleeb dwellers
 
KUWAIT: The residents living in the vicinity of Al-Mukhtar Street (No. 125), Jleeb Al-Shuyoukh woke up to a nasty and nauseating surprise on Monday morning with a long stretch of road and adjoining parking area submerged with foul smelling sewage water.

The stench was so overpowering that many resident could not get close to take out their parked cars to go to work. Many vehicles were retrieved from the filthy mess using towing cars. For the school-going children it was tough ordeal as many of them walk to their schools.

Abbassiya in general has been enduring the sewage related problems since many years even as municipality motors (which pump out the water from one drainage to other) provide temporary solution at some of the problem prone spots. However, a long term plan to tackle this potential health hazard is yet to come from the concerned authorities.
 
Source: Arabtimes

Indian Doctors Forum (IDF) creates history

Indian Doctors Forum (IDF) creates history
 
 
Dr N. Nampoory received a hero’s welcome as he stepped down at the Kuwait International Airport, on Friday, 13th January 2013 at 22:00 hrs. He just arrived after returning form the 11th Pravasi Bhartiya Divas at Kochi, Kerala, India, wherein he received the prestigious Pravasi Bhartiya Samman Award at the precious hands of the President of India Hon. Sri. Pranab Mukherjee on behalf of Indian Doctors Forum – Kuwait.
 
The Pravasi Bharatiya Samman Award is the highest honor conferred on overseas Indians or an organization established and run by the Non-Resident Indians. IDF is the only association in Kuwait to receive this prestigious award.
 
It was indeed a moment of triumph and jubilations as he was surrounded by IDF members, well wishers, friends and relatives. His immediate reaction was to all present was “This award is a result of all the effort and hard work put in by each and every IDF member”. He said it was a moment of profound elation & pride, as IDF was praised at the event for all their community services & activities carried out.

 

Indian Embassy invites for Republic Day – Flag Hoisting Ceremony

Republic Day of India – Flag Hoisting Ceremony- Indian Embassy invites All..!
 
On the occasion of the Republic Day of India, a Flag Hoisting Ceremony will be held at the Embassy of India premises at 9.00 A.M. on Saturday, January 26, 2013. This will be followed by the reading of the message of Hon’ble President of India by the Ambassador, singing of patriotic songs, and an Open House Reception. All Indian nationals in Kuwait are cordially invited to attend the Ceremony.
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Sensex hits 20K-level after two years

Sensex hits 20K-level after two years
 
The BSE benchmark Sensex on Tuesday breached the 20,000-mark in the opening trade after two years on sustained buying by funds, driven by better-than-expected third quarter earnings by Tata Consultancy Services amid mixed Asian cues.
 
The 30-share index, however, immediately slipped to 19,938.01 on profit-booking, still up by 31.60 points, or 0.16 per cent, from yesterday’s close.
 
It touched a high of 20,007.09 by gaining over 100 points in opening trade, led by gains in IT, tech and consumer durables sector stocks.
 
Similarly, the wide-based National Stock Exchange index Nifty inched up by 3.35 points, or 0.06 per cent, to 6,027.40.
 
Brokers said sustained buying by funds and retail investors after country’s largest software exporter TCS posted 26.7 per cent jump in net profit for the October — December quarter buoyed the trading sentiment here.
 
Stocks of TCS shot up by 3 per cent to Rs. 1,374.35, while Wipro gained 0.67 per cent to Rs. 420.70.
 
Besides, a mixed trend in the Asian region also influenced the sentiment, they said.
 
Meanwhile in the Asian region, Hong Kong’s Hang Seng shed 0.26 per cent, while Japan’s Nikkei was up 1.26 per cent in early trade today. The US Dow Jones Industrial Average ended 0.14 per cent higher in yesterday’s trade.
 
Source: PTI

Indian Army Celebrates 65th Army Day

Indian Army Celebrates 65th Army Day
 
Gen Singh pays tribute to martrys : Army chief General Bikram Singh speaks to the nation on the 65th Army Day. The army chief paid homage to the martyrs who had laid their life down for the nation and died protecting our borders. "We will always be proud of their sacrifices," he says.
 
Army Day is celebrated on 15 January every year in India, in recognition of Lieutenant General (later Field Marshal) K. M. Cariappa's taking over as the first Commander-in-Chief of the Indian Army from Sir Francis Butcher, the last British commander, in 1948. The day is celebrated in the form of parades and other military shows in national capital as well as all 6 Army Command headquarters.

Mom tries to smuggle drugs to inmate son

Mom tries to smuggle drugs to inmate son

 

KUWAIT: A woman was caught smuggling drugs into the Salmiya police station where her son was incarcerated, and later claimed it was to alleviate his sufferings. Officers, who had found a syringe used by drug addicts from a cell where four young inmates were being held in a case connected with a scuffle, had kept the visitors under watch. When the middle-aged woman, mother of one of the four, came visiting, they searched her bag containing ostensibly some food and clothes for her son, but found some heroin, hashish and drug paraphernalia in it. The Kuwaiti woman was immediately arrested and admitted that she wanted her son and his friends to receive the contraband as it would have “alleviated their sufferings during imprisoned.” She was referred to the Drug Control General Department to face charges.

 

Source: Kuwait Times

Sub-zero temperature affects fish prices – Shrimping season officially closed

Sub-zero temperature affects fish prices – Shrimping season officially closed
 
KUWAIT: The ‘shrimping season’ is officially closed from today amidst sub-zero temperature, rendering the product even more expensive, an official at the Mubarakiya market said yesterday. The Public Authority for Agricultural Affairs and Fish Resources (PAAAFR) bans the sale of local shrimp every year to allow the shrimp to multiply and mature since the only source of shrimps is found about 20 miles from Kuwait Bay.
 
Kuwait bans harvesting local shrimp from Jan 15 till mid-August, but one can find shrimps from Iran, Saudi Arabia and other sources in the market during the period of ban, though in limited amount. Jalal Majid, an official at Mubarakiya Market, confirmed that the ban came into effect today. “The last day of selling local shrimp will be today. Starting tomorrow, we will have to display and sell shrimps from other sources,” he said. Majid also reminded customers to expect higher prices in the coming days due to cold weather prevailing in the past three to four days. “Everything has gone up compared to previous days.
 
Just two days ago, shrimps were selling at KD3.5 per kilo for jumbo size, compared to today’s price of KD5,” he said. “Same with the Zubaidi which till three days ago was selling for only KD10-12 but is now fetching KD14-15 already,” Majid disclosed. “There is a shortage of stocks but this is nothing new for the fish market. We usually have somewhat limited sources of marine products,” he added. About 20 percent of Kuwait’s market needs are obtained from Kuwaiti waters, while the remaining 80 percent are imported from neighboring countries such as Iran, India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Thailand.
 
Press reports claimed PAAAFR is contemplating a ban on fishing in the entire Kuwaiti water for at least two years to re-populate all its marine life which is currently being harvested by people. Fishermen in Kuwait have welcomed the suggestion while demanding to be ‘fully compensated’ if ever the ban is implemented. “While we do not know whether they are serious about the ban, but many of us in the Fishermen’s Union will abide by it if the plan was to be implemented. However, we will need a reasonable compensation if it happens,” a source from Fishermen’s Union told Kuwait Times when interviewed for the subject.
 
Source: Kuwait Times

Taal launches an exquisite revamped Menu

 


Taal launches an exquisite revamped Menu

 

Kuwait City, 14th January 2012:

 

The renowned Taal restaurant has officially launched it’s revamped A la carte menu as well as a new beverage and dessert menu, offering a wide array of delectable flavors of India, created by the internationally renowned Master Chef Judge, Kunal Kapur.

 

Chef Kunal Kapur has redesigned the menu, offering a wide variety of the best of seafood, meats and rice, all cooked to perfection. Taal’s skilled team lead by Executive Chef Suman Sarkar, will offer diners an exquisite variety of choices.

 

“When putting together my new menu at Taal, my thought was to combine the best and freshest possible ingredients that Kuwait has to offer to give our guests new dishes and flavors to tantalize their taste buds.”  said Chef Kunal Kapur.

 

Chef Kunal is one of the most celebrated faces of authentic Indian cuisine today. He is Chef extraordinaire, TV show host, winner of several culinary awards, judge on Master Chef India, author of upcoming cookbooks, and much more.

 

“Indian food is all about variation, spices and flavors. Our new menu will give a fresh, new experience while dining at Taal,”added Chef Kunal Kapur.

 

The revised a la carte menu still retains the traditional dishes that earned the restaurant it’s reputation today such as their luscious Butter Chicken, Biryanis and customary Indian Kebabs as well as their famous signature dishes like the Potli Kebab and Malai Prawns.

 

Some of the exciting new dishes include ‘Grilled Malai Lobster’, ‘Kabab-e-Barq’, ‘Grilled Baingan Splendor’ and many more which adds a remarkable twist to contemporary Indian Cuisine.

 

The new menu also includes a variety of tantalizing ‘skinny’ beverages, catering to weight watchers, inspired by Taal’s Hospitality & Marketing Manager, Nikita Kohli.

Some of these delectable beverages include, the delicious ‘Berry skinny’, made up of crushed raspberries muddled with sweet & low, lime juice and cranberry juice, another skinny beverage is the refreshing ‘skinny Mojito Wings’ , a mixture of lemon chunks, mint leaves, lemon juice and sugar free Red bull.

 

What better way to wrap up your meal than with Taal’s new dessert additions ranging from the delightful  ‘Green Apple & Cinnamon Flavored yoghurt’, made up of strained yoghurt flavored with green apple, served with cinnamon scented Indian pancake, or the delicious ‘ Orange Peel Kulfi’, consisting of a whole orange filled with homemade Indian frozen desert, as well as many more.

 

“Indian cuisine has truly become global and is enjoyed by one and all. The perfect blend of spices and herbs makes the food extremely enjoyable and suitable to all tastes,”said Nikita Kohli, Hospitality & Marketing Manager.

 

Come and enjoy a delightful and delicious meal at Taal restaurant.

 

About Taal

 

Established in 2006, Taal offers a blend of India’s rich traditional cuisine and Global culinary impressions, inspired by the people of India.

Designed to perfection, it justifies its rhythmic theme with a fusion of modern décor and Indian ornamentation, with its inscribed Hindi letters on the ceiling, a backdrop of ancient shields, massive beautiful chandeliers in cut crystal glass, and bangled tubes covering a vibrant spectrum of colors. Taal provides a fusion of visual Indian treat with a perfect ambiance and an extraordinary high level of gourmet selection, giving its diners a perfect balance of luxury and class.

 

 

Located at Al Bid’a, Al Arjan Complex, Al Ta’awun Street. Tel: 22253142 / 22253143

 

Taal Launches an Exquisite Revamped Menu

Taal Launches an Exquisite Revamped Menu

The renowned Taal restaurant has officially launched it’s revamped A la carte menu as well as a new beverage and dessert menu, offering a wide array of delectable flavors of India, created by the internationally renowned Master Chef Judge, Kunal Kapur.
 
Chef Kunal Kapur has redesigned the menu, offering a wide variety of the best of seafood, meats and rice, all cooked to perfection. Taal’s skilled team lead by Executive Chef Suman Sarkar, will offer diners an exquisite variety of choices.
 
When putting together my new menu at Taal, my thought was to combine the best and freshest possible ingredients that Kuwait has to offer to give our guests new dishes and flavors to tantalize their taste buds.”  said Chef Kunal Kapur.
 
Chef Kunal is one of the most celebrated faces of authentic Indian cuisine today. He is Chef extraordinaire, TV show host, winner of several culinary awards, judge on Master Chef India, author of upcoming cookbooks, and much more.
 
Indian food is all about variation, spices and flavors. Our new menu will give a fresh, new experience while dining at Taal,” added Chef Kunal Kapur.
 
The revised a la carte menu still retains the traditional dishes that earned the restaurant it’s reputation today such as their luscious Butter Chicken, Biryanis and customary Indian Kebabs as well as their famous signature dishes like the Potli Kebab and Malai Prawns.
 
Some of the exciting new dishes include ‘Grilled Malai Lobster’, ‘Kabab-e-Barq’, ‘Grilled Baingan Splendor’ and many more which adds a remarkable twist to contemporary Indian Cuisine.
 
The new menu also includes a variety of tantalizing ‘ skinny ’ beverages, catering to weight watchers, inspired by Taal’s Hospitality & Marketing Manager, Nikita Kohli.
Some of these delectable beverages include, the delicious ‘ Berry skinny ’, made up of crushed raspberries muddled with sweet & low, lime juice and cranberry juice, another skinny beverage is the refreshing ‘ skinny Mojito Wings ’ , a mixture of lemon chunks, mint leaves, lemon juice and sugar free Red bull.
 
What better way to wrap up your meal than with Taal’s new dessert additions ranging from the delightful  ‘ Green Apple & Cinnamon Flavored yoghurt ’, made up of strained yoghurt flavored with green apple, served with cinnamon scented Indian pancake, or the delicious ‘ Orange Peel Kulfi ’, consisting of a whole orange filled with homemade Indian frozen desert, as well as many more.
 
Indian cuisine has truly become global and is enjoyed by one and all. The perfect blend of spices and herbs makes the food extremely enjoyable and suitable to all tastes, said Nikita Kohli, Hospitality & Marketing Manager.
 
Come and enjoy a delightful and delicious meal at Taal restaurant.
 
About Taal
 
Established in 2006, Taal offers a blend of India’s rich traditional cuisine and Global culinary impressions, inspired by the people of India.
Designed to perfection, it justifies its rhythmic theme with a fusion of modern décor and Indian ornamentation, with its inscribed Hindi letters on the ceiling, a backdrop of ancient shields, massive beautiful chandeliers in cut crystal glass, and bangled tubes covering a vibrant spectrum of colors. Taal provides a fusion of visual Indian treat with a perfect ambiance and an extraordinary high level of gourmet selection, giving its diners a perfect balance of luxury and class.
 
Located at  Al Bid’a,
                Al Arjan Complex,
                Al Ta’awun Street.
Tel             : 22253142 / 22253143

St.Joseph's Group of Institutions Team in Kuwait...GET READY..!

 

St.Joseph's Group of Institutions Team in Kuwait

 

 

"  GET READY
St Joseph's College of Engineering &
St Joseph's Institute of Technology, Chennai.
 The college representatives are in Kuwait.
 
The dreams of engineering to get admission in Chennai?. .
What better way to spend a Thursday evening on discussion with the college team.
Come and join, Thursday, 17th Jan 2013 at 5.00 PM  in Indian Central School, Abbasiya.
Or contact in Kuwait 00965-55250033 / 00965-55562163"

 

 

 
 
 

Visa ban on six nationalities partially lifted – Increase in number of work permits

Visa ban on six nationalities partially lifted – Increase in number of work permits
 
KUWAIT: Citizens of six nations facing visa restrictions in Kuwait can now enjoy more flexibility as far as bringing their families to the Gulf state was concerned following new regulations released by the Interior Ministry and published by a local newspaper yesterday.
According to security sources quoted by Al- Rai, the citizens of Syria, Yemen, Iraq, Iran, Pakistan and Afghanistan can bypass an embargo imposed on their access to Kuwait under three conditions.
The first condition pertains to residents working in the public sector “who can bring their wives and children without restrictions.”
The second condition covers those private sector employees “who can issue dependency visas to their male children up to the age of 15 and female children up to the age of 18” as long as both the employee and his wife have valid residencies in Kuwait.
The third condition allows citizens of the aforementioned nationalities to obtain a commercial visa to work in a company in Kuwait classified under “first-class companies” or in any of the state-owned shareholding companies.
All other categories still remain under the ban which was imposed by Kuwaiti authorities for security reasons, the sources explained. In other news, a senior Ministry of Social Affairs and Labor official announced “an increase of nearly 8000” in the number of work permits issued last year compared to 2011, according to early results of the ministry’s annual year-end inventory.
Speaking to reporters during a recent tour of the Hawally Labor Department, Undersecretary Assistant for Labor Affairs Jamaal Al-Dousary also revealed the ministry’s plans to “reconsider the option of announcing a new time band to allow domestic workers to transfer their visas to the private sector as long as the same sponsor is retained.” At least 16,000 domestic helpers shifted to local companies owned by their respective employers during a similar six months’ period last year.
Meanwhile, the National Assembly Committee for Human Rights Affairs and for the Illegal Residents met several rights groups and committees to discuss the Human Rights situation in the country.
NA committee Rapporteur MP Taher Al- Failikawi said, “agreement was reached on several points, including organizing visits to confinement centers accompanied by public groups, to verify complaints of inadequate ventilation and lighting in some buildings, particularly in the women’s holding cells.” He added the committee also discussed the dossier of Kuwaitis in Guantanamo and would be issuing a statement in this regard soon, and would also address the Kuwaiti Foreign Ministry regarding Kuwaiti Adel Karam who is held in the Kingdom of Bahrain to ascertain the details regarding his situation.
The committee also received requests by public societies and committees on issues including civilian policing, centers offering refuge to victims of domestic violence, and procedures for release of patients from the psychiatric hospital.
 
Source: Arabtimes

Illegal residents arrested

Illegal residents arrested
 
At least 15 expats were arrested on charges of living in Kuwait on expired residency permits, violating labour laws or being fugitives in financial cases. The expats were caught during a security drive by Hawally security men led by General Director Brig. Ghloom Habeeb. The drive was carried out in Nugra and Salmiya areas. All the nabbed expats were sent to the concerned authorities. At the same time, Jahra security authorities arrested 32 expats of different nationalities for violating residency laws. The campaign was carried out in Amghara at dawn yesterday. Check points were set up to arrest the residency violators. Also, 60 traffic citations were handed out to vehicle owners for violating various provisions of the traffic law.
 
Source: Arabtimes

Interior Ministry warns against flying thermal balloons near oil facilities

Interior Ministry warns against flying thermal balloons near oil facilities

The interior ministry's security installations' department warned Thursday against using thermal balloons near petroleumfacilities or installations, particularly during night time.


In a statement, the ministry said that thermal balloons cannot be controlled once high up in the air, therefore it

can be dangerous near the facilities which can spread further heavy gases from oil refineries and storages. Those balloons can also form a dangerous threat of explosions to nearby facilities, the it noted. The statement also called on citizensand residents alike to cooperate and to protect such vital facilities.

January 24th Holiday

                January 24th Holiday 

Undersecretary of Civil Service Commission announced that January 24, Thursday, will be an official holiday on the

occasion of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) birthday.

 

 

Al Mulla Exchange picks winner of Remit 2 Win Pajero Promotion

Al Mulla Exchange picks winner of Remit 2 Win Pajero Promotion

 

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Al Mulla International Exchange had always been in the forefront when it comes to awarding their customers with free and enriching promotions throughout the year. Many lucky winners were given prizes of Gold and free tickets to Switzerland in the past. The year 2012 came to a close with the bumper draw for Pajero. Mr. Rajesh Gairola, General Manager and the AMIEC management team handed the keys of the bumper car prize of the “Remit 2 Win Pajero” promotion to Mr. Basheer Khan Allabakshi at the Fahaheel main branch of Al Mulla Exchange. Mr. Allabakshi’s name was selected from more than a million customers that had participated in the promotion by sending their remittances using AMIEC.

“It’s a wish come true,” said Mr. Allabakshi, adding that he could hardly believe he had won the bumper prize.  He further commented that he had been using the services of Al Mulla Exchange for a long time, especially since the services are efficient and competitively priced –“What can one wish for in this world but best of service and to have won a prize like this is an icing on top”.

General Manager of Al Mulla Exchange, Mr. Rajesh Gairola, commented, “Our ‘Remit 2 Win Pajero’ had a fantastic response from the customers. As always, in all marketing promotions, we have given customers top-end prizes like the Pajero SUV, ASX SUVs etc. Therefore a customer at Al Mulla Exchange can rest assured that they can only expect the best, be it the services or the prizes; quality is what we offer. I wish Mr. Allabakshi and his family all the very best.”

Al Mulla Exchange is the premier exchange company in Kuwait. With value added benefits like free loyalty points, free life insurance, free SMS feedback, split second credit to accounts, Al Mulla Exchange bundles lot of benefits to customers in their remittances at no additional charge.

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Farmers express fears - ‘Possibility of frost’

Farmers express fears - ‘Possibility of frost’
 
KUWAIT: Farmers have expressed fear over the possibility of frost in their farms due to the expected low temperature in the next few days, reports Al-Watan Arabic daily quoting sources.

Sources said some of the farmers experienced frost last year when most of the crops were destroyed, causing huge losses to the farmers who then demanded for compensation from the government.

Meanwhile, Director of the Public Relations Department at the Public Authority for Agricultural Affairs and Fish Resources (PAAAFR) Shakir Ewad confirmed several teams had been formed to follow up the case, monitor damages in the Abdali and Wafra farms if frost covers the crops, and report everything to the Kuwait Municipality Board of Directors that will study the condition of each farm to determine the appropriate compensation.

Ewad said the authority does not allocate a special budget for the occurrence of frost in the country since it is related to nature; hence, the situation differs every year in terms of damages to crops.
 
Source: Arabtimes

7,545 citations issued, 563 vehicles impounded

7,545 citations issued, 563 vehicles impounded
 
KUWAIT: The General Traffic Department (GTD) carried out surprise inspection campaigns throughout the country over the weekend, leading to the issuance of 7,545 traffic citations, as well as the impounding of 563 vehicles, 10 buggies and two motorbikes.

In a press statement Saturday, the department disclosed the traffic officers conducted the campaigns in compliance with the instructions of Assistant Undersecretary for Traffic Affairs Major General Mustafa Al-Za’abi. The officers issued 1,346 citations and seized 108 vehicles in the Capital Governorate; while those assigned in Farwaniya registered 972 violations and impounded 30 vehicles.

In Hawally, 1,923 citations were issued and two vehicles were confiscated; 60 citations in Ahmadi; 60 citations and one vehicle in Mubarak Al-Kabeer; and 495 citations and 13 vehicles in Jahra.

On the other hand, the General Operations Unit issued 1,924 citations and confiscated 172 vehicles and 10 buggies. The officers also registered 213 violations and seized two vehicles in Kuwait International Airport.
 
Source: Arabtimes

Expats registered under fake companies face deportation

Expats registered under fake companies face deportation
 
KUWAIT: The Ministry of Social Affairs and Labor will soon deport expatriate workers registered under fake companies proven to have no actual business activity or permanent headquarters, says Assistant Undersecretary for Labor Affairs Jamal Al-Dosari.

Al-Dosari will launch a series of surprise inspection campaigns in all governorates to track down visa traders and those who have been manipulating files of laborers. He explained the ministry uses eight codes in dealing with companies which violate the law. He said the expatriates working for fake companies under code 71 will be deported and those under code 72 include companies proven to have violated the law and the rights of their employees, leading to the suspension of the processing of their transactions. He went on to say files of erring companies can be removed from these codes only if they take the necessary procedures, such as deporting expatriates found to be working for other sponsors.

According to Al-Dosari, workers of companies under code 73 are allowed to transfer their residence permit or cancel it to return to their home countries for good. He said those under code 74 include companies banned from hiring new workers for violating the regulations for the recruitment of employees from abroad.

He added companies under codes 32 and 34 are punished through the suspension of procedures for finalizing their transactions without the need to cancel the residence permits of their workers or deport them; while the workers of those under code 33 are allowed to transfer to another company or cancel their residence permits and leave the country and those under code 31 are punished through the suspension of all procedures, including the renewal and transfer of their workers’ residence permits.
 
Source: Arabtimes
 
 
  
 
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