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- 06/10/15--14:00: _Scout and guide cam...
- 06/10/15--14:00: _Telangana formation...
- 06/10/15--14:00: _TNTJ holds blood do...
- 06/10/15--14:00: _Indian consular tea...
- 06/10/15--14:00: _Foolhardy
- 06/10/15--14:00: _Air Force chief die...
- 06/10/15--14:00: _University denies s...
- 06/10/15--14:00: _Responsibility in j...
- 06/10/15--14:00: _Umrah stay cannot e...
- 06/10/15--14:00: _Our small bombs
- 06/10/15--14:00: _Vaccinate against c...
- 06/10/15--14:00: _Yemenis trying to l...
- 06/10/15--14:00: _Study proposes new ...
- 06/10/15--14:00: _GOSI identifies mor...
- 06/11/15--14:00: _Friday sermons in T...
- 06/11/15--14:00: _Social Affairs to s...
- 06/11/15--14:00: _The Bujairi Quarter
- 06/11/15--14:00: _17 Chinese workers ...
- 06/11/15--14:00: _12 new coronavirus ...
- 06/11/15--14:00: _Female staff opt fo...
- 06/10/15--14:00: Scout and guide camp concluded
- 06/10/15--14:00: Telangana formation day marked in Riyadh
- 06/10/15--14:00: TNTJ holds blood donation drive for pilgrims
- 06/10/15--14:00: Indian consular teams to visit Yanbu, Tabuk
- 06/10/15--14:00: Foolhardy
- 06/10/15--14:00: Air Force chief dies of heart attack
- 06/10/15--14:00: University denies student was held captive by dean
- 06/10/15--14:00: Responsibility in joblessness
- 06/10/15--14:00: Umrah stay cannot exceed 15 days, says Haj Ministry
- 06/10/15--14:00: Our small bombs
- 06/10/15--14:00: Vaccinate against contagious diseases, pilgrims told
- 06/10/15--14:00: Yemenis trying to legalize status condemn banks’ witness rule
- 06/10/15--14:00: Study proposes new ways to apply the death penalty
- 06/10/15--14:00: GOSI identifies more unlawful social security beneficiaries
- 06/11/15--14:00: Friday sermons in Turkish, Hausa
- 06/11/15--14:00: Social Affairs to sponsor 1,000 students
- 06/11/15--14:00: The Bujairi Quarter
- 06/11/15--14:00: 17 Chinese workers catch dengue fever
- 06/11/15--14:00: 12 new coronavirus cases confirmed
- 06/11/15--14:00: Female staff opt for early retirement
DAMMAM — A three-day camp for scouts and guides troops of Al Khozama International School, Dammam, was organized here to instill practical learning in order to produce a world class learning community. The camp was held to promote human excellence by providing variety of opportunities and life experiences. The event ended with
Mir Mohsin Ali Saudi Gazette Riyadh — The Golden Telangana Welfare Association NRIs marked the first anniversary of the formation of Telangana state, along with NRIs from the region. Many NRIs from different parts of Telangana gathered here to take part in the celebrations with
Syeda Amtul Saudi Gazette JEDDAH — Tamil Nadu Thowheed Jamath (TNTJ) Jeddah Chapter organized a blood donation drive for the Ramadan Umrah pilgrims in coordination with King Fahd Medical City (KFMC) here recently. TNTJ is a social organization based in South Ind
JEDDAH — Two teams from the Consulate General of India will visit Yanbu and Tabuk separately on Friday to provide consular services to Indian nationals.
A team will be present at the Hotel Al-Higgi, Yanbu (014-3228842/3228831) from 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. The team in Tabuk will be available at VFS Center i
Endangering their lives, a group of young Saudis travel sitting on the boot of a car in Faiha District of Makkah. — Courtesy Makkah
JEDDAH — Lt. Gen. Mohammed Al-Shaalan, commander of the Saudi Royal Air Force, died of heart attack on Wednesday while making an official trip outside the Kingdom, the Saudi Press Agency reported quoting a statement from the Ministry of Defense. Al-Shaalan served the Royal Air Force in various capacities, including as deputy
Saudi Gazette report
ARAR — Northern Borders University denied on Monday claims that one of its students was held captive by a dean after an audio recording of the alleged incident was circulated on social media.
The clip apparently features the student being held by the dean of admission
Abdo Khal Okaz THE problem of unemployment has become a worrying headache for us all. In many areas there are human resources who have qualified in their specializations but have not been accommodated in any suitable jobs. There are hundreds of others whose specializations have not been recognized by the
Saudi Gazette report
MAKKAH — The Haj Ministry has informed 145 Umrah service-providing companies that the maximum stay on an Umrah visa in the Kingdom is 15 days.
Abdullah Marghalani, the ministry's undersecretary for Umrah affairs, told Makkah daily on Wednesday that
Qaisar Hamid Metawea Al-Madina THE recent security campaigns against terrorists have revealed to us that some of the apprehended suspects were young children who were barely 16. They have been nabbed on charges of belonging to Daesh (the so-called IS) despite their very young age. These terrorists are by
Ayman Hassan Saudi Gazette JEDDAH — Leading Saudi experts came together to raise awareness on the precautionary measures that should be undertaken by Umrah travelers with regard to infectious diseases, most notably vaccinations. Umrah, especially during the holy
TAIF — Illegal Yemenis wishing to correct their status have criticized a banking rule requiring them to bring witnesses to prove their identity before they can pay the fees for their new identity cards.
Mohammad Qader, a Yemeni hoping to correc
Saudi Gazette report
RIYADH — A researcher has proposed three new ways of carrying out capital punishment as an alternative to beheadings, Makkah daily reported.
Abdulaziz Al-Tuwaijri, a researcher at Naif Arab University for Security Sciences, said he conducted a study
JEDDAH — A total of 107,000 ineligible recipients of social security assistance have been identified only 24 hours after the Ministry of Social Affairs was electronically linked to the General Organization for Social Insurance (GOSI).
MAKKAH — With the consent of Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman, the Presidency for the Affairs of the Two Holy Mosques is to introduce simultaneous translation of the Friday sermon at the Grand Mosque in Turkish and Hausa. The presidency is currently testing prospective interpreters. The sermon is already interpreted in
RIYADH — The Ministry of Social Affairs is to sponsor 1,000 male and female Saudi students to study social development and special needs care, according to an agreement signed in Riyadh on Wednesday. The ministry will also employ the students once they graduate. The agreement was signed by Education Minister Azzam Al-Dakhil and Social Affairs Ministe
On the northwestern outskirts of Riyadh sits Diriyah, a site steeped in history. This is where, in 1744, Imam Muhammad Bin Saud founded the first Saudi State, after forming an alliance with Sheikh Muhammad Bin A
JEDDAH — Seventeen Chinese workers at the new King Abdulaziz International Airport in Jeddah contracted dengue fever and were taken to hospital where they are currently receiving treatment. The Department of Health Affairs in Jeddah said the workers are recovering well. The department also sent health workers to their accommodation to spray pesticide
RIYADH — The Ministry of Health said in its weekly bulletin that it recorded 12 confirmed cases of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus (MERS-CoV) from May 31 to June 6 in Hofouf, Jeddah and Riyadh. The ministry’s laboratories tested 839 samples during the week, the statement said, adding that 563 cases of coronavirus
RIYADH — A total of 42,452 female Saudi government employees applied for early retirement during 2014, a 17.8 percent increase compared to the previous year, according to a Saudi Pension Fund report published in the Makkah newspaper. Meanwhile, 10,067 female employees left their jobs after reaching the retirement age of 65, taking