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Rare operation worldwide-- uterine resection on a male conducted successfully at Sabah hospital



A medical team at Sabah Al-Ahmad Urology Center, headed by the center’s Director Dr Fawzi Abul and urology surgeons Shubair Al-Musawi and Ali Al-Rasheed, conducted a successful surgery – a uterine resection on a male – which is a rare operation worldwide, during which sperm is collected from the patient. Rasheed said the operation on the Kuwaiti youth was conducted using an abdomen laparoscope, which is a rare procedure.

Rasheed said the medical team was able to freeze the sperm extracted by the surgical microscope, which is considered one of the most modern techniques in treating difficult sterility cases, to be used for IVF in the future, especially since the youth was complaining of impotence for many years, with diagnosis indicating he lacked sperm. “Following the diagnosis of the case, a committee was formed to set a treatment plan, which required coordination with all departments. The operation lasted four hours,” he said.

Rasheed said the external appearance of the patient is 100 percent male with complete external genitals, except for one testicle. He said this is a rare case and occurs in one out of 40 million persons. It is called Persistent Mullerian duct syndrome, a rare genetic illness that can be inherited. He said if the uterus is not removed, it can become cancerous.-A.T.


Indian Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman presented the Union Budget for 2020-21



Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Saturday announced cuts in personal income tax, extended tax benefits for affordable housing and gave relief to companies on payment of dividend in the Union Budget for 2020-21 as the government looked to boost consumption to bring the economy out of the worst slowdown in 11 years.

The minister proposed raising customs duty on a variety of products ranging from tableware and kitchenware, electrical appliances to footwear, furniture, stationery and toys to give a level playing field to domestic companies and boost 'Make in India'.

Offering an optional lower rate of income tax to individuals, Sitharaman in her Budget for 2020-21 proposed new tax slabs of 15 per cent and 25 per cent in addition to the existing 10 per cent, 20 per cent and 30 per cent. The new income tax slabs would be for individuals not availing certain specified deductions or exemptions.

Under the proposed I-T slab, annual income up to Rs 2.5 lakh is exempt from tax. Those individuals earning between Rs 2.5 lakh and Rs 5 lakh will pay 5 per cent tax. Income between Rs 5 and 7.5 lakh will be taxed at 10 per cent, while those between Rs 7.5 and 10 lakh at 15 per cent.Those earning between Rs 10 and 12.5 lakh will pay tax at the rate of 20 per cent, while those between Rs 12.5 and Rs 15 lakh will pay at the rate of 25 per cent. Income above Rs 15 lakh will be taxed at 30 per cent.

Individuals opting for taxation under new rates will not be entitled to exemption/deductions including under Section 80C and 80D, LTC, housing rent allowance, deduction for entertainment allowance, professional tax, and interest on self-occupied/vacant property.

"The new tax regime shall be optional for tax payers," she said."The proposed tax structure will provide significant relief to taxpayers and more so to those in the middle class," Sitharaman added.

To boost growth, Sitharaman announced higher spendings on infrastructure, rural development and agri sector.The finance minister said the government is proposing a 16-point action plan to boost agriculture and farmers' welfare. Agricultural services need copious investments, she said, adding government has insured 6.11 crore farmers under the Pradhan Mantri Fasal Bima Yojna.

With her post 2019-20 Budget corporate tax cut drilling a Rs 1.45 lakh crore hole in government revenues, the minister hiked the fiscal deficit target for current fiscal to 3.8 per cent of GDP, from 3.3 per cent.


IIT-Kanpur Alumnus,,Arvind Krishna, to Lead IBM



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Indian-origin technology executive Arvind Krishna has been elected Chief Executive Officer of American IT giant IBM after a "world-class succession process", succeeding Virginia Rometty, who described him as the “right CEO for the next era at IBM” and “well-positioned" to lead the company into the cloud and cognitive era.

The IBM Board of Directors elected Krishna as company CEO and member of the Board of Directors effective April 6. Krishna is currently IBM Senior Vice President for Cloud and Cognitive Software and will succeed Rometty, 62 who will retire after almost 40 years with the company at the end of the year.

Krishna, 57, had joined IBM in 1990 and has an undergraduate degree from the Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur, and a PhD in electrical engineering from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

“I am thrilled and humbled to be elected as the next Chief Executive Officer of IBM, and appreciate the confidence that Ginni and the Board have placed in me," Krishna said in a press statement released by IBM.

Krishna said “IBM has such talented people and technology that we can bring together to help our clients solve their toughest problems.

“I am looking forward to working with IBMers, Red Hatters and clients around the world at this unique time of fast-paced change in the IT industry. We have great opportunities ahead to help our clients advance the transformation of their business while also remaining the global leader in the trusted stewardship of technology," Krishna said.

Krishna’s appointment as head of the global IT giant adds to the growing list of Indian-origin executives at the helm of some of the biggest multinational companies. Krishna joins the club that includes Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella, Google and Alphabet CEO Sundar Pichai, MasterCard CEO Ajay Banga, PepsiCo’s former CEO Indra Nooyi and Adobe CEO Shantanu Narayen.

Rometty, who had been IBM’s Chairman, President and CEO, will continue as Executive Chairman of the Board and serve through the end of the year, when she will retire. She described Krishna as the “right CEO for the next era at IBM” who is “well-positioned to lead IBM and its clients into the cloud and cognitive era."


MoH :Kuwait is clear of any coronavirus case until this moment.



The Ministry of Health affirmed on Thursday that the country is clear of any coronavirus case “until this moment.” The MoH official spokesperson, Dr Abdullah Al-Sanad, said in a statement to KUNA that the ministry had taken all precautionary measures to keep this disease at bay.Dr Al-Sanad has also affirmed that the ministry’s all sectors are in a state of alert round the clock, also in coordination with other official departments to ensure the epidemic would not spill over to the country.

The MoH is abiding by international laws to maintain the national health security — namely in accordance with recommendations by the World Health Organization (WHO). He urged concerned bodies or persons to contact “our official channels” to reply to any inquiry in this regard.The new strain of coronavirus has recently broken out in China taking scores of lives and prompting authorities to enforce lockdowns on a number of towns and cities. Other nations have also reported cases — including the UAE that said four Chinese of a single family were diagnosed with the disease.-KUNA


Gang of Asians referred for investigations for allegedly forging driving licenses and selling for KD 400



Personnel from the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) have referred for extensive investigations a gang of Asians for allegedly forging driving license. Those who dealt with the suspect gang are being sought by the police in a prelude to arrest them, confiscate the licenses and deport them from the country.

Until yesterday, one Arab man was referred to the Deportation Center after investigations revealed he ‘bought’ the driving license from the gang for 400 dinars, a charge admitted by the gang members. Speaking of the forgery of the driving licenses, a reliable CID source said if it is proved any people from the General Traffic Department are involved in the scam, they will be severely punished.The arrest of the Arab expatriate came after an unidentified person informed the CID that the former had acquired the driving licence although he does not fulfill the conditions required for obtaining the licence as mentioned in the ministerial decision. Moreover, the issuance of the licence was not registered in the computer system of the GTD.-A.T.


Synergistic relationships prevail between Qatar and bangladesh

Synergistic relationships prevail between Qatar and bangladesh


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SYNERGISTIC RELATIONSHIPS PREVAIL BETWEEN QATAR AND BANGLADESH The Embassy of Bangladesh in Qatar and the Bangladesh Forum Qatar (BFQ) hosted the “Made in Bangladesh “exhibition on Tuesday, 28 January 2020 at Doha Exhibition and Convention Centre, Doha. Dr. R. Seetharaman, CEO of Doha Bank was a Keynote speaker at the Seminar on Bangladesh – Qatar Relations: Untapped Potentials which happened at the event He spoke on “Growing opportunities between Qatar and Bangladesh.” The dignitaries at the event include Mr. Iftekhar Ahmad, Group CFO, Ali –Bin Ali Group, Qatar, His Excellency Ashud Ahmed, Ambassador of Bangladesh to the State of Qatar Mr. Yousuf Al-Jaida, CEO and Board Member, Qatar Financial Centre (QFC), His Excellency Salman F Rahman, Hon’ble Adviser to the Prime Minister of Bangladesh and Mr. Yousuf Saeed, President of the Bangladesh Forum Qatar (BFQ).

Dr. R. Seetharaman gave insight on Global Economy. He said “According to IMF Jan 2020 outlook, Global growth is projected to rise to 3.3 percent in 2020. Advanced economies are expected to grow at 1.6 percent in 2020. The emerging market and developing economy group, growth is expected to grow by 4.4 percent in 2020. On the positive side, market sentiment has been boosted by tentative signs that manufacturing activity and global trade are bottoming out, a broad-based shift toward accommodative monetary policy, intermittent favorable news on US-China trade negotiations, and diminished fears of a no-deal Brexit. Downside risks, however, remain prominent, including rising geopolitical tensions.”

Dr. R. Seetharaman gave insight on Bangladesh Economy. He said “Bangladesh economy is expected to grow by 7.5% in 2020. In the 2019-20 fiscal year, the total budget was 62 bn US$. The overall budget deficit is five percent of GDP. Bangladesh gives priority to boost exports and at the same time also focus on its internal demand. About $15-$16 billion remittances come to Bangladesh per year. This is a major strength. Bangladesh always have foreign currency reserves of six to eight months. Qatar has about 400,000 Bangladeshis and are an important source of remittance to Bangladesh. Road, rail, river and air transport and telecommunication systems will be expanded according to Vision 2021. Bangladesh has done an impressive job in reducing poverty over the last decades and has the potential to end extreme poverty by 2030. ”


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Dr. R. Seetharaman highlighted on Qatar – Bangladesh bilateral trade relationships. He said “Qatar trade is above $1bn in 2018-19 and overall gulf trade is close to $5bn in 2018-19. Major export Item of Bangladesh to Qatar include Woven Garments, Knitwear, Home Textile, Agri-Product, Frozen Food, Leather and Leather Product, Footwear, Raw Jute, Jute Goods. Major import item of Bangladesh from Qatar include LNG,Live animals; animal products, Prepared foodstuffs, Mineral products, Plastics and rubber articles thereof , Pulp of wood products , Textiles and textile articles , Base metals and articles of base metal , Machinery & mechanical appliances; electrical equipment. In 2018, Qatar has begun regular shipments of liquefied natural gas (LNG) to Bangladesh, since April 2018 has been delivering 2.5 million tonnes per annum Sale and Purchase Agreement with Petrobangla. The recent bilateral trade between Qatar and Bangladesh has surged on account of LNG exports from Qatar.”

Dr. R. Seetharaman gave insight on Qatar – Bilateral investment relationships. He said “Bangladesh Forum Qatar (BFQ) has selected potential sectors to expand bilateral trade and investment relations between Bangladesh and Qatar. Bangladesh counterpart is working to increase the trade and investment relationship between the two friendly nations. They have already selected different potential sectors in this regard. The sectors are agro product, battery or cable or power, cement, ceramic, fashion outlet, fintech or ICT or software, fisheries and meat, food and beverage, furniture, leather, pharmaceutical, plastic, real estate, school or hospital or clinic, shipbuilding, textile or jute, toiletries and tourism. The current open market sourcing environment in Qatar poses a unique opportunity to Bangladeshi exporters to gain market share as well as getting investments back into country. The Qatari government is providing strong support for commercial activities and business through different agencies. Many Qatari investors are showing interest to invest in Bangladesh’s different sectors as the government of the country is providing all sorts of support to the investors.“


Infosys co-founder Narayana Murthy touches Ratan Tata's feet



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A video of Infosys co-founder Narayana Murthy with Ratan Tata, chairman emeritus of Tata Sons, has gone viral on social media. Murthy can be seen bending down to touch Tata's feet after presenting him an award during an event.The two industrialists shared the stage at the entrepreneurial leadership conclave TiECon Mumbai 2020 on January 28.

The heart warming photos were also shared on Twitter by the event organisers TiE Mumbai with the caption: "Infosys co-founder, Narayana Murthy seeks blessings from TATA sons, Chairman Emeritus, @RNTata2000 at #TiEconMumbai.A touching gesture of humility & a historic moment indeed. #WednesdayWisdom #narayanamurthy #ratantata"

As the photos went viral, Twitterati have flooded the social media with their reactions. A user wrote, "What a respect bestowed upon Shri Ratan Tata by another legend. The gesture touched our heart too. My heartiest respect to both of them.

Another wrote: "This is the culture of Incredible Indian upbringing, bhartiya sanskar value based inherited culture! Humility as it is @ it''s BEST, words fail to wrap gesture, these Amoments of respect will live for eons, Two Super Inspiring Souls of India, had the opportunity to meet both in person."

A post read, "A lesson for us all INDIANS, 2 great sons of our motherland, exceeding each other in achievements, and yet so humble. Proud of my Indianness because of people like them , and not by what we see in TV nowadays."

A Tweeple remarked, "The gesture of IT legend Mr.Narayana Murthy clearly exhibits "As person reaches the epitome of success, he will be filled with love and humbleness."Ratan Tata was honoured with the Lifetime Achievement Award at the 11th edition of TiECon Mumbai.


Kuwait announced travel ban to China amid coronavirus outbreak



Kuwait become one of the first Gulf countries to announce a travel ban to China on Wednesday.Kuwaiti Ambassador to China, Samih Johar Hayat, called on Kuwaitis to refrain from visiting China unless truly necessary, due to the spread of the coronavirus.

In a statement issued on Wednesday, the ambassador warned Kuwaitis against traveling to the coronavirus affected areas in China, especially Hubei province and its capital Wuhan.According to Chinese authorities' statistics, 132 people have died from the virus (so far) and around6,000 are infected, adding that the authorities expect the number to rise to 9,000 people by the end of the day.Hayat said there were also 65,000 cases of people coming in contact with the sick, and are currently being monitored.He advised citizens to immediately contact Kuwait Embassy in Beijing and Consul Generals in Shanghai, Quanzhou and Hong Kong in case of emergency, on the following numbers:


Many domestics and Article 18 visa holders arrested for practicing medicine without a license



Intensive campaign was carried out by the Public Authority for Manpower (PAM) in coordination with a specialized team from the Residence Investigation Department, the Ministry of Commerce and the Ministry Health as it resulted in the arrest of domestics working as support staff with a plastic surgeon who was practicing the profession without a license.During the raid medical clinics in Salmiya 10 workers found in 3 clinics were holding domestic visa and worked as support staff using lasers during cosmetic surgery and others were working as beauticians without a license.

The campaign also resulted in the seizure of another group of workers who held visa Article 18 but were found to be unqualified or worked without a licence. Legal measures were taken against them and they were referred for investigation. The inspection team monitored another set of violations in some medical clinics as some of them were holding family visa and had failed it to transfer to the company they worked.The sponsors were notified of the violation in addition to transferring the file of the clinics to the legal authorities to force them to correct the conditions of the violators. In one of the clinics, inspectors of the Medical Licensing Department of the Ministry of Health recorded a series of violations committed by doctors due to lack of the necessary licenses in addition to employing unqualified workers from India and the Philippines in nursing professions.-A.T.


New rule from Feb 2nd -- Do not remove bottom of car book as it is an integral part of the license itself



Often the owner of the vehicle rushes to “adjust” the car’s license book (notebook) once it is received by cutting off the excess parts of it, but this will not be allowed from next month (Feb 2nd), as the bottom part of it will include important information that makes it an integral part of the license itself.This comes at the request of the Ministry of Interior to the traffic sectors and service centers, to alert Kuwaitis and Expats not to remove the white bottom connected to the car’s notebook, after February 2, it will become an integral part of the notebook, and it will contain important data, which is the name of the owner and previous insurance company data.The Ministry stated in its circular that the issuance of vehicle driving licenses with new additions will start from February 2, including the name of the owner in English of the vehicle driving license (people only), in addition to the previous insurance company at the bottom of the vehicle book.-A.T.


MoH announced a plan to approve nursing staff increments with up to KD 500



Ministry of Health’s (MoH) assistant undersecretary for medical services Dr Fawwaz Al-Refae announced a plan to approve new nursing staff increments with up to KD 500 in raises according to the job title, adding Minister Sheikh Dr Basel Al-Sabah had personally contacted the finance ministry in this regard pending referring it to the Civil Service Commission (CSC) soon. Speaking yesterday on behalf of the minister on the sidelines of the International Nursing Conference 2020 in which over 1,000 nurses took part, Refae hailed Kuwaiti nurses’ skills and abilities, and stressed the need to develop them to international standards.-A.T.


Syrian arrested with forged KD 20 denomination worth KD 8960



Personnel from the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) have arrested an unidentified Syrian for forging the Kuwaiti currency in the KD 20 denomination inside his home in Ishbiliya.The Syrian was arrested after the concerned authorities received complaints that ‘someone’ was using forged money to buy things. CID personnel, acting on information began investigations and finally caught the man red-handed.

During interrogation the Syrian claimed he had been cheated by an unidentified African gang which allegedly sold him blank papers promising it turns into real currency after using a particular type of ink.However, the CID men refused to buy his story and continued their interrogation following which the man admitted that it is he who bought the tools to forge the currency. He also told police most of the forged currency in 20 dinars bills he spent in grocery shops and shopping centers, particularly in the Jleeb Al-Shuyoukh area given the vast expat population and in the belief he will not be caught.Police then armed with a search and arrest warrant from the Public Prosecution raided the man’s home in Ishbiliya and seized the currency forging tools including state-ofthe- art machinery and 8,960 forged dinars in 20-dinar bills.-A.T.


MP: Plan to lay off 25,000 expats and replace them with citizens



Chairman of the parliamentary manpower committee MP Khalil Al-Saleh said the committee discussed various proposals to be included in a single report on employing children of Kuwaiti women. “There is a plan to set a timeline to prioritize appointing Kuwaiti women’s children in various state bodies,” Saleh added, noting that their employment procedures and privileges will be set by each body.Saleh noted that the committee had been notified of the availability of 1,500 job vacancies for Kuwaitis in the banking sector. “We are in real trouble in view of the increasing number of unemployed graduates and the lack of clear policies to enroll them in the labor market,” he warned, noting that the total number of citizens registered at the Civil Service Commission (CSC) awaiting employment had dropped to 6,000. Furthermore, Saleh spoke about a plan to lay off 25,000 expats and replace them with citizens, without providing any more details. In addition, Saleh stressed that there are no Kuwaiti nurses because Shadadiya university does not have a nursing faculty.

Lawmakers have been pushing the government in recent years to create more jobs for national manpower in the private sector, which relies heavily on expatriate labor. Most government plans in this regard had failed to encourage citizens to leave the generally more rewarding and less demanding public sector job in favor of the commonly high demanding, less rewarding job in private companies. Expatriate make up more than 90 percent of the private sector’s workforce – a figure lawmakers usually blame for the country’s demographic imbalance and often demand reducing in order to rectify said imbalance while at the same time create more jobs for Kuwaiti jobseekers.-K.T.


Large number of absconding workers held in surprise raids in Jleeb



The campaigns that were organized by a joint committee formed by the Council of Ministers over the past few days in the suburb of Jleeb Al-Shuyoukh on the stores and restaurants resulted in the seizure of a large number persons reported absconding by their employers.

A few days after the committee’s crackdown on the Jleeb Al- Shuyoukh the shop owners and violating workers did not expect another similar campaign would follow within a short time, which created a state of confusion and did not give sufficient time for the shop owners and the violating workers to make a quick escape. The committee had earlier, targeted some sites in the area, after it had been previously monitored by inspectors from the Public Authority for Manpower (PAM), and it was discovered that there were many violating files hiring a number of bulk workers in the shops and commercial markets.108 violators were arrested during the two campaigns, including domestic workers and others who were reported absconding by their sponsors, in addition to a number of workers who were staying in the country after their residence permits had expired.The committee also discovered a number of shops were operating without a licence and some outlets such as eateries had employed workers who did not hold a ‘FIT” health card. -A.T.



Heguru Right Brain Development School Receives Award


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HEGURU RIGHT BRAIN EDUCATION SCHOOL, Chennai, has been adjudged among India's Top 5 pre schools amongst 750 assessed by the Education World Preschool Grand Jury Awards 2019-20.

The award was presented at a glittering function at Sahara Hotel, Mumbai. It was Received by it”s Chennai  Director Ms Jayashree R . These Awards have been instituted to felicitate preschools making Heguru centre extraordinary efforts to introduce innovative practices in early childhood education. 

Heguru is an educational program for young children, headquartered in Tokyo with centers spread across 13 countries. In India, the 1st center was established in Chennai  and is committed to providing ideal early childhood education and develop the bond with their parents in the early stages of their life.IFL 

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 Heguru classes start from the prenatal stage, when the baby is still in the mother’s womb. Next is the infant and toddler stage which is the most crucial for building“foundational strength” that starts with nurturing the “mind and heart”. 

Right brain development is not an overnight task and Heguru classes are available for your children from 6 months onward. Heguru is the best early childhood program as attested by our numerous parent testaments and the greatest gift you can give your child.

Visit  @ Heguru Right Brain Development School, Sucons Sivagami Square, 1st Floor, G.N Chetty Road, T. Nagar , Chennai-17. Mobile : 98846 20022

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Never put your feet on the car dashboard



A stern warning to the amateurs of putting the feet on the car dashboard while it was driving, after a lady was hurt by this reckless act.

A British woman was seriously injured after a terrible traffic accident, the consequences of which could have been avoided in a simple step.And the British police published an x-ray image showing that the woman's hips were severely broken, according to the British newspaper, "Metro".

The first hip of the woman, whose name was not mentioned, was completely dislocated, while the other suffered severe fractures.According to British police, the woman was lifting her legs over the car dashboard when the collision occurred, without giving further details about the accident.

Police say that the passenger in the front seat should put his feet on the floor of the car, not the dashboard, in order to avoid a terrible injury at the time of the collision, then the airbag does not help.


Protect your WhatsApp from hackers by following simple steps that do not take more than a minute



Sometimes the electronic WhatsApp attacks are not due to national security holes, or because of engineering errors in the application, but rather because of our ignorance of protecting our accounts on the application of the most famous messages in the world.

According to "Forbes", we can protect ourselves from account hacks on the WhatsApp application, by following simple steps that do not take more than a minute.When it comes to hacking the WhatsApp app, or other messaging platforms, the hacking methods and their impact on the user vary.

In the past year, we saw cyber attacks targeting spyware targets, the application also witnessed dangerous multimedia files, which are exchanged in conversations, and we have also seen cases where a user is banned from logging into his WhatsApp account.All of these problems were largely solved by the WhatsApp team, whose security system was repaired to protect users, but this did not prevent "hackers" from discovering new methods of attack.

To avoid a private account being "hacked" by hackers in the future, users can make a small change to their settings.The site says that the user can assign a personal identification number, which will represent an additional security cover, which the user will have to enter to use WhatsApp from a new device.

Hackers usually resort to obtain a message with a confirmation number, which is sent to a new phone number, in order to take over the WhatsApp account from their device, but the additional setup will prevent them from taking over the account.So even if you get tricked and send the code to the hackers, they won't have your PIN.The WhatsApp ID feature can be found under Account Settings from within the app, under the phrase "Two-Step Verification", and it takes less than a minute to set it up.


Visa trafficking company found hiring expat laborers for begging



Following the referral of an Arab mandoub and the owner of a company to the Public Prosecution for selling hundreds of commercial visas to expatriates, the Public Prosecution studied the company’s file and discovered that it had hired expatriate laborers for begging.As per the report, two expatriate beggars were caught, and they revealed during interrogation that they were brought by the company.Accordingly, a security block was placed on the company file in order to prevent the company from hiring any more laborers.

The security block was lifted, and the company sold commercial visa to hundreds of expatriates at sums ranging between KD 200 and KD 250.Ministry of Interior will summon for investigations the officers who lifted the security block on the company which enabled the latter to practice its suspected activity.-A.T.


Indian Embassy in Kuwait celebrated India’s 71st Republic Day

Indian Embassy in Kuwait celebrated India’s 71st Republic Day

Indian Embassy in Kuwait celebrated India’s 71st Republic Day at the embassy premises. At a colorful open-air ceremony, Indian Ambassador K Jeeva Sagar hoisted the national flag in the presence of embassy officials and a large crowd of Indian nationals who gathered at the embassy to celebrate the remarkable day in India’s history.

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His Excellency the Ambassador of India Shri. Jeeva Sagar unfurled the tricolor flag, the band played the National anthem with 1000s of Indians gathering at the Indian Embassy, Embassy Enclave, Kuwait.

His Excellency welcomed and thanked the gathering and read the message of Sri Ram Nath Kovind, President of India, which he had delivered to Indians yesterday on the eve of 71st Republic Day. His Excellency congratulated all Indians in Kuwait for the happy 71st Republic Day. The event was attended by many prominent Indians along with the community.

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Soon after his speech, various school students gave colorful entertainment which was enjoyed by the public. Many popular restaurants arranged their stalls in the embassy campus to provide breakfast, snacks and drinks to.

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On the special occasion of India’s Republic Day, various Kuwait media and web portals issued special supplement.  also brings out a special for celebrating republic day with valuable matters and potos..It can be viewed on this link;

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Jleeb violations clearing team resumes raids

The joint ministerial committee formed to follow up the situations in Jleeb Al-Shuyoukh yesterday toured the area where they raided unlicensed makeshift markets, arrested peddlers and tracked down violators.

In this regard, Farwaniya municipality manager Mohammad Sarkhouh said that a plan had been set to launch sudden inspection campaigns, adding that the most recent one resulted in confiscating eight truckloads of used clothes, six truckloads of scrap, used furniture and electric devices, and seven truckloads of fruits and vegetables, in addition to filing 38 peddler citations.

Meanwhile, Sarkhouh added that power supply was disconnected in 70 violating properties, and promised that more striking campaigns would be launched within the coming few days to put an end to violating stores in the area.


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