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Saudi Gazette Newspaper

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    Hassan Cheruppa Saudi Gazette JEDDAH — All arrangements are well in place for ensuring flawless and complaint-free accommodation for Indian Haj pilgrims in Makkah and Madinah, according to E.T. Muhammad Basheer, member of Indian parliament. “We have refused hiring six buildings identified by the building selec

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    Nawaf Afet Okaz/Saudi Gazette RIYADH — The Philippine Embassy has taken a Saudi company to court for not paying 2,000 of its Filipino employees their salaries. Philippine Ambassador Ezzedin H. Tago said the relationship between Saudi Arabia and the Philippine has always been a positive one. “We

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    Saudi Gazette report JEDDAH — A Saudi woman accused director of Jeddah Health Affairs of forcing her to reject a job offer in Sharq Jeddah Hospital and reported her to police for her unwillingness to conform to his request, Al-Madinah reported. Sabah Al-Silmy said she is a Hospitals and Health Services Manag

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    Saudi Gazette report JEDDAH — Condemning the recent terror attacks in Kuwait, Tunisia and France and the bombing that killed Egyptian attorney general, the Council of Ministers described the events as contrary to all Islamic values and principles. It also reaffirmed Kingdom's condemnation and denunciation of

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       ARAR — A little girl died and her father was injured in a road accident on a highway. Northern Borders Red Crescent spokesman Musaed Al-Enizi said the car the father and daughter were traveling in was hit by a truck on the highway east of Arar. The injured victim was taken to hospital and the girl's body was shifted to the morgue.

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       AQEEQ, BAHA — A pregnant woman died and her husband and three children were injured in a road accident on Monday. Baha Red Crescent reported the family members were in one car when it toppled over. The injured victims were taken to Al-Aqeeq Public Hospital.

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       RIYADH — Two people were killed and two others injured after their vehicle toppled over on King Khalid Road in Riyadh on Wednesday. Riyadh Red Crescent spokesman Abdullah Al-Muraibidh said the injured were taken to hospital. Meanwhile, five people were injured in a road accident in Tabuk. Tabuk Red Crescent spokesman Khalid Al-Enizi said the

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       DAMMAM — The Prisons Directorate here released 302 inmates under a royal pardon. Director of Prisons in the Eastern Province Maj. Gen. Saad Al-Otaibi said the inmates were released in implementation of a royal decree issued by Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman pardoning prisoners of private rights during the fasting month of Rama

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       AL-TUWAL, JAZAN — A Saudi man and his wife were wounded in mortar shelling from across the Yemen border on Tuesday. Jazan Civil Defense deputy spokesman Capt. Mohammad Al-Samghan said one of the shells hit the house of a Saudi man, inflicting minor injuries to him and his wife. They were taken to hospital.

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       BAHA — A fight broke out among 30 expatriate workers at a construction site in Baha. Police spokesman Col. Saad Tirad said the fight broke out at the site of a project in Baha University. Police were called in to disperse the workers and resolve the issue. One worker suffered minor injuries during the fight and was taken to Al-Aqeeq Hospital

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       MAKKAH — Police arrested eight expatriates who were jointly running a warehouse of fake Zamazam water. Makkah Police spokesman Lt. Gen. Ati Al-Qurashi said police found over 16,000 bottles of water ready for distribution. Laboratory tests showed the water was contaminated. Police arrested seven Arabs and an Asian, who was the gang leader.

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      MADINAH — Customs officers at Prince Mohammad Bin Abdulaziz Airport in Madinah foiled attempts to smuggle 52,850 narcotic pills into the country. Director of Customs at the airport Faisal Al-Dabbagh said the pills were found in the possession of four women travelers in separate smuggling attempts. The women had hid the pil

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  • 07/01/15--14:00: Annual Iftar Party

  •    Indian Consul General B.S. Mubarak, flanked by Air India’s senior managers, Firoz Khan, to his left, and M.A. Noor Mohamed,  to his right, along with other consulate and Air India officials at Air India’s annual Iftar party at the Trident. — Courtesy photo 

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      Mir Mohsin Ali Saudi Gazette  Riyadh — The Riyadh Initiative against Substance Abuse (RISA), a campaign organized by the Riyadh wing of Subair Kunju foundation, a Trivandrum-based Charitable Trust in cooperation with the National Committee for Narcotic Control (NCNC), Kingdom of

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      E.T. Muhammad Basheer, member of parliament and national secretary of Indian Union Muslim League, receives the check from Ahmad Palayat at a recent function held in Jeddah. —Courtesy photo Hassan Cheruppa Saudi Gazette   JEDDAH &

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      Hassan Cheruppa Saudi Gazette   JEDDAH – A senior Indian politician allayed apprehensions of around two million Gulf expatriates from the northern Malabar region of Kerala about the possibility of Calicut Airport losing its international status in the wake of its partial shutdown for strengthening

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      Saudi Gazette report  MADINAH — The Health Affairs responded on Tuesday to complaints by angry social media users about a selfie posted by a teenage boy with his dead grandfather with the caption “Bye bye grandpa!”, Al-Watan daily reported Wednesady. Madinah

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      Badea Abu Al-Naja Saudi Gazette   MAKKAH — The Saudi Commission for Tourism and Antiquities launched the national marketing event to support Saudi women and their creativity in Thi Al-Majaz Center here on Tuesday. Hani Saedi, marketing head of SCTA in Makkah, said the products of the

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  • 07/01/15--14:00: 87 traders caught for fraud
  •   Saudi Gazette report  JEDDAH — A total of 87 Saudi businessmen will face trial after being accused of embezzlement and commercial fraud, Al-Madina newspaper reported. A source in the Commerce Ministry said the businessmen were accused of selling counterfeit products and running fake Ra

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  • 07/01/15--14:00: Is that it, Obama?

  •   Hamoud Abu Talib Okaz   WHEN Barack Obama took over the White House, a number of preachers and religious scholars celebrated the occasion in a big way. The preachers and scholars were particularly overjoyed when they came to know that Obama was a descendant of a Muslim family in Kenya. They

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