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Saudi Gazette Newspaper

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      Syed Mussarat Khalil Saudi Gazette    JEDDAH — Pakistan Writer Forum (PWF), a well known literary organization of poets and writers here, hosted a lecture on “importance of Ramadan” during a reception of former Saudi diplomat, scholar and renewed journalist Dr. Ali Al-Ghamdi at the res

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  • 07/06/15--14:00: BAZME ITTEHAD’s event

  •    Mohammed Farooqui Shabaz, General Secretary, Bazme Ittehad Riyadh hosted Iftar Dinner where more than 100 Indians attended at the Spice Village Olaya, Riyadh. — Courtesy photo

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  • 07/06/15--14:00: AMOUBA’s ANNUAL AFFAIR

  •    Dr. Mohammed Aleem, third secretary at the Indian Embassy in Riyadh, addresses the gathering at Annual Iftar Dinner by AMOUBA Riyadh. — Courtesy photo

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       JEDDAH — Karnataka NRIs conducted their Annual General Body Meet at a local restaurant here recently. Dr. Irshad Ahmed, Consul for Press and Information at the Consulate General of India, attended the function as chief guest, along with prominent personalities of Karnataka. Dr. Irshad appreciated the social activities, hard wo

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      Saudi Gazette Report   JUBAIL — The Jubail Toastmasters Club recently organized a three-month extensive leadership training program to celebrate its 13 years of empowering youth with effective communication and leadership skills through its Youth Leadership Program (YLP). In all 25 students

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       RIYADH — A total of 2.51 million amphetamine pills were seized at the Customs Control where officials suspected a car whose body was lower than the usual. The officials searched the car and found amphetamine pills stashed inside the back seats.  

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       RIYADH —The National Anti-Drugs Committee investigated a viral video posted on Sunday showing two young men with a large amount of drugs. The committee reported the video showed two young men in a car driving near the National Security’s location and one of the men’s name is Abu Faraj. The committe

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       DAMMAM — The Red Crescent acted on 2,088 reports since the beginning of Ramadan. Eastern Province Red Crescent spokesman Fahd Al-Ghamdi said 1,092 of these were reports of accidents such as road accidents, fire or falling. A total of 996 of these reports were of emergency cases as a result of an illness. About 870 of the vict

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  • 07/06/15--14:00: Alcohol factories shut down
  •    RIYADH — The National Anti-Drugs Committee has shut down four alcohol factories in different cities. The committee’s general secretary Abdulilah Al-Shareef said the factories were in Riyadh, Jeddah, Dammam and Al-Kharj. Alcoholic drinks produced in these factories were mixed with Dettol hygiene solution to change their

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  • 07/06/15--14:00: 50 Saudis fleeced

  •    ABHA — A Saudi man allegedly swindled 50 of his compatriots during the past six months by promising them housemaids. The culprit had opened a fake recruitment office for the purpose. Abdullah Al-Ghamdi said he paid SR8,000 out of SR16,000, including visa fees for a Filipina housemaid. He was promised to receiv

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      Badea Abu Al-Naja Saudi Gazette   MAKKAH — The municipality has closed down 25 permanent restaurants and temporary kiosks due to several health violations pertaining to the food, workers and hygiene of location. Makkah Municipality manager Khalid Basfar said restaurants and kiosks ch

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      Renad Ghanem Saudi Gazette   JEDDAH — During the past two weeks, Jeddah Municipality confiscated and destroyed more than 214 ton of foodstuffs. The food items became contaminated due to unhygienic storage. The municipality regularly makes inspection tours of food shops to ensure that

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  • 07/06/15--14:00: Renting an ambulance car

  •   Fahd Bin Jleid Al-Jazirah   THIS certainly is a 100 percent profitable business but it seems that the rent-a-car offices have not thought about before. If they did, they would have supported their car fleets with ambulance cars to earn more money. They would have also supplied the ambulance cars with medic

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       RIYADH — The fourth phase of the relief campaign for the Yemeni people will be launched on Tuesday. Dr. Abdullah Al-Rabeeah, advisor at the Royal Court and general supervisor of King Salman Center for Relief and Humanitarian Work will launch the campaign, according to Raafat Al-Sabagh, spokesman of the center.  — SPA

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      Hassan Al-Asiri poses for a selfi along with a Keralite friend during an iftar meet organized by the Jazan chapter of Overseas Indian Cultural Congress.  (Right) Kerala Chief MInister Oomen Chandy. — Courtesy photo   JAZAN — A Saudi Arabian national, who is a look-alike of Kerala Chief Minister Oommen

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      Saudi Gazette report   RIYADH — The Ministry of Labor is heading toward Uganda to import university graduate housemaids at a monthly salary of between SR800-SR1,000, Makkah daily reported on Monday quoting what it called a private source. A technical meeting between the Saudi and Ugandan si

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      Saudi Gazette report   MAKKAH – In view of the peak Haj season, the Supreme Committee for Municipal Elections has decided to start the procedures for municipal elections in Makkah one week ahead of schedule. According to the new schedule, announced by the local committee for the municipal

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      Badea Abu Al-Naja Saudi Gazette   MAKKAH — The Civil Defense is all set to tackle the millions of faithfuls thronging the Grand Mosque during the last ten days of the holy month of Ramadan. Makkah Civil Defense Director Maj. Gen. Salim Al-Matrafi said during this period priority will

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    JEDDAH — A man was sentenced to nine years in prison for ordering weaponry through an outlaw. Jeddah Penal court reported the man was convicted of paying SR56,000 to the outlaw so he could provide him with 100 rocket-propelled grenades and 40 boxes of bullets. The man also has a record of joining demonstrations chanting slogans against the Kingdom’s

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    TAIF — Police arrested 16 people for causing a ruckus inside King Faisal Hospital’s emergency ward and using weapons in the fight. Makkah Police spokesman Lt. Gen. Ati Al-Qurashi said the hospital reported the fight to the police as it was threatening the staff and patients there. The police were able to arrest all 16 men. Some of them suffered from

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