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- 09/01/15--14:00: _University bus catc...
- 09/01/15--14:00: _Female teacher dead...
- 09/01/15--14:00: _Fake cab driver arr...
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- 09/01/15--14:00: _Student run over by...
- 09/01/15--14:00: _Perilous pole
- 09/01/15--14:00: _Kashmir Committee h...
- 09/01/15--14:00: _Our beloved Prophet...
- 09/01/15--14:00: _First 3-language Ha...
- 09/01/15--14:00: _Community bid adieu...
- 09/01/15--14:00: _KSYC youth life ski...
- 09/01/15--14:00: _Emir of Qassim rece...
- 09/01/15--14:00: _25 hospitals availa...
- 09/01/15--14:00: _Textbooks won’t rea...
- 09/01/15--14:00: _Coronavirus: Confus...
- 09/01/15--14:00: _An English law fit ...
- 09/01/15--14:00: _Six fresh MERS case...
- 09/01/15--14:00: _Should fabricated r...
- 09/01/15--14:00: _SEC, STC and NWC bl...
- 09/01/15--14:00: _Reserving parking s...
- 09/01/15--14:00: University bus catches fire
- 09/01/15--14:00: Female teacher dead in accident
- 09/01/15--14:00: Fake cab driver arrested in Tabuk
- 09/01/15--14:00: Copper wire found in restaurant food
- 09/01/15--14:00: Student run over by speeding car
- 09/01/15--14:00: Perilous pole
- 09/01/15--14:00: Kashmir Committee holds meeting
- 09/01/15--14:00: Our beloved Prophet’s love can unite humanity: Farid Maharaj
- 09/01/15--14:00: First 3-language Haj app launched
- 09/01/15--14:00: Community bid adieu to Pakistan diplomats
- 09/01/15--14:00: KSYC youth life skills initiative on the cards
- 09/01/15--14:00: Emir of Qassim receives Indian charge d’ affaires
- 09/01/15--14:00: 25 hospitals available to serve pilgrims
- 09/01/15--14:00: Textbooks won’t reach schools before September 15
- 09/01/15--14:00: Coronavirus: Confusion compounds
- 09/01/15--14:00: An English law fit for us
- 09/01/15--14:00: Six fresh MERS cases, two deaths in 48 hours
- 09/01/15--14:00: Should fabricated reports be part of our daily diet?
- 09/01/15--14:00: SEC, STC and NWC blamed for damaging roads in Jeddah
- 09/01/15--14:00: Reserving parking spaces upsets Makkah residents
BAHA — A university bus caught fire on Monday, but there were no casualties. Baha Civil Defense said the fire was caused by an electric error in the engine of the bus. Firefighters quickly extinguished the fire.
TAIF — A female teacher died and another was injured as two vehicles collided on on Taif-Al-Mahd Road on Monday. Drivers of both the vehicles also suffered mild injuries. The dead teacher leaves behind four children.
TABUK — An undercover Traffic Department officer arrested a man for printing the logo of taxis on his white Lexus and advertising his transportation service on social media. Tabuk Traffic Department head Col. Mohammad Al-Aqeeq said officers arrested him after a thorough operation establishing his guilt. He is being detained for seven days and his vehicle
RIYADH — The municipality fined a restaurant for violating its health regulations. A customer of the restaurant said he bought a breakfast meal from the traditional food restaurant and found a copper wire in the food and reported to the municipality. The municipality investigated the report and found it to be true. A fine was imposed on the restaurant.
AL-DAYER BANI MALIK, JAZAN — A high school student was run over by a car on his way to school. Faisal Al-Khaldi, a friend of the victim Faisal Al-Shrahili, said Al-Khaldi was heading toward his car to go to school when another speeding car hit him from behind. The victim suffered various fractures but is currently in a stable condition. Jazan Education Af
An electricity pole dangles perilously on a street in Makkah’s Al-Naseem District. The pole was apparently damaged during the heavy rains that lashed the holy city on Sunday night. — Courtesy photo
Syed Mussarat Khalil Saudi Gazette JEDDAH — The international community must take serious note of the stubborn Indian position on setting conditions for dialogue appealed the newly formed Kashmir Committee Jeddah at a meeting held at the residence of Consul General of Pakistan Aftab Ahmed Khokher. Dep
Muhammad Mujahid Syed Saudi Gazette JEDDAH — “We, the Muslims, have a rich tradition of Naat poetry. Even many non-Muslim poets have composed famous Naats in India. Almost all the modern and classical languages have this glorious tradition. In the Arabic language, Naat is usually referred as Madih (prais
Saudi Gazette report RIYADH — First three-language Haj mobile application was launched here recently. The application, prepared by Dr. Najeeb Qasmi, was launched by renowned scholar of Hadith (sayings of Prophet Muhammad — peace be upon him) and King Faisal award laureate Dr. Muhammad Mustafa Azmi.
Waqar Naseem Wamiq RIYADH — Prominent Pakistani businessman Bashir Ahmed Chaudhary hosted a farewell dinner for the outgoing diplomats of Pakistani Embassy at his residence here. Defense Attaché Brig. Tahir Gulzar Malik and Head of Chancery Abbas Sarwar Qureshi, who have completed their tenure in the
JEDDAH — The King Salman Youth Center (KSYC) has launched a new initiative, called Khattet, that will see speakers address important life skills for young people.
The initiative, which will be launched at King Abdulaziz University on Wednesday, includes five sessions coveri
Qassim Emir Prince Faisal Bin Mishaal receives Indian Charge d’ Affaires Hemant Kotalwar and Second Secretary (Political, Information, Culture & Education) Hifzur Rahman at his office on Tuesday. They discussed bilateral ties and issues of mutual concern. Later Kotalwar visited the Qassim Chamber of Commerce and Industry where Indian Embassy is planning a catalogue sh
RIYADH — More than 5,200 beds across 25 hospitals in the Kingdom have been made available for pilgrims during this year’s Haj season, according to the Ministry of Health. “Out of these 4,200 beds are for patients, 500 for intensive care unit and 550 are for emergency wards.
The hospitals are located in several areas that cover
Muhammad Saeed Al-Zahrani
Okaz /Saudi Gazette
TAIF — Textbooks will not be reaching all schools in the Kingdom before Sept. 15, according to informed sources at the Ministry of Education.
The sources, wishing to remain anonymous, said printing of textbooks has completed and they have started reaching
Khaled Al-Solaiman Okaz Our health officials never cease to astonish us. The health minister, in a press statement published on Sunday, said only two cases of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus (MERS-CoV) were registered in the Kingdom during the past week. This was a clear indication that the deadly virus was rec
Khalaf Al-Harbi Okaz The English write from left to right, and drive their cars from right to left. So, understandably, we are frequently confused when in England. On the other hand, Englishmen are confused and find it difficult to understand what we do. In England, they speak another language, wear tight trousers and use d
JEDDAH — Six new confirmed cases of the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus (MERS-CoV) and two deaths were registered during the past 48 hours, the Health Ministry announced.
It said the new cases and the two deaths were registered in Riyadh which has the hi
JEDDAH — Social media, of late, has been instrumental in spreading rumors, fabricated stories and reports. Many social media users in the Kingdom depend on these platforms as sources of authentic and accurate reports, but they are disappointed to find out that what they initially believe
Saudi Gazette report
MADINA — Additional work on the roads in Jeddah carried out by contractors of Saudi Electricity Company (SEC),National Water Company (NWC) and Saudi Telecom Company (STC), is damaging the city’s transport infrastructure, a Jeddah Municipality study has said.
The study, carried out
MAKKAH — An overwhelming majority of people living near main streets and shopping centers in Makkah have denounced the behavior of some who would put cement blocks and metal chains in front of their buildings to take over parking lots for their cars and prevent others from using