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Saudi Gazette Newspaper

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    Ali Ahmad Sahfan Al-Madina Competition among telecom companies is getting fierce, especially with regard to which company will attract the largest number of customers through promotional offers. But what are these promotional offers? Are they real or fake? The telecom sector is a large sector in terms of consumer spending. According to a

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    Saudi Gazette report RIYADH — Rima Bint Sultan is the only Saudi woman architect working for the multibillion Riyadh Metro.“I work for long hours, whether in the office or in field, most often under the scorching sun or in the middle of rising dust,” Sultan said while explaining the nature of he

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    Aaliya Al-Shalhoob Al-Riyadh Newspapers recently published a report on fake electric products by the Saudi Specialized Laboratories Company which is a partner of the Saudi Customs department. The study showed that 80 percent of electrical products available in the Kingdom are fake and do not meet Saudi standards, let alone international s

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    Saudi Gazette report Last Ramadan, a middle-aged woman stabbed her husband to death, a crime that sent shockwaves throughout her native Jazan. In a more gruesome incident, a woman burned her husband to death and, most recently, a woman was beheaded for killing her stepdaughter. Stories about women committing murder have become reg

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  • 09/11/15--14:00: A woman with ambition

  • Saleh Fareed Saudi Gazette Dr. Abeer Al-Namankany is one of a new breed of Saudi women who have made scientific and cultural achievements both locally and internationally despite all the challenges that they face. Al-Namankany is a well-regarded paediatric dentist, hypnotherapist, expert in treating dental phobias, columnis

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    Layan Damanhouri Saudi Gazette Nada Nazer, the mother of a 17-year-old daughter with autism, casts a positive smile and a beam of optimism despite the challenges parents of autistic children constantly face. When her daughter Ghalia was little, Nazer could not find doctors to diagnose her child. She and her husband decided

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      Defense Attache at Indian Embassy Col. Gurºpal Singh (L) Chargè d'Affaires Hemant Kotalwal (R) with the ships' captains and a senior Saudi Navy officer on board INS Delhi during the reception Thursday night. — SG photo  Saeed Haider Saudi Gazette   ABOARD INS DELH

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  • 09/12/15--14:00: Some justice, please!

  •   Salem Sahab Al-MADINAH   TAKING maximum advantage of others in processing their affairs is completely unethical. The motive behind such behavior is the greed for money, which is the ugly, common truth. We all know the famous story of how a young woman who was desperate for money saved her dignity. Her cous

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      Saeed Haider Saudi Gazette   ABOARD INS DELHI, Jubail — Indian Navy warships INS Delhi and INS Trishul docked at Jubail Port on Thursday for a four-day stay during which the ships undertook various professional interactions with their counterparts in the Royal Saudi Navy, including exercises at sea.

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      Mohammad Makki Okaz/Saudi Gazette   JAZAN — Yemeni parents with visitor’s cards will be able to enroll their children in public schools in Jazan starting Monday. Education Minister Azzam Al-Dakheel said the decision was made by Crown Prince Mohammad Bin Naif, deputy prime minis

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      Saudi Gazette report   MADINAH — The Prophet's Mosque in Madinah is the second holiest place of worship in Islam. Even though a pilgrimage to the mosque is not a religious obligation on Muslims, millions of them from all over the world who come to perform Haj or Umrah in Makkah annually visit Madinah to p

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      Khalid Al-Humaidi Okaz/Saudi Gazette   MAKKAH — Seven bus drivers who were scheduled to take part in this year's Haj operations have been dismissed after testing positive for drugs. Poison Control and Forensic Chemistry Center’s General Department Director Mohammad Miryani said

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      Saudi Gazette report   RIYADH — The voting registration period for city council elections will end on Monday in all areas of the Kingdom, the Saudi Press Agency (SPA) reported. A source said citizens will not be able to vote in the elections if they have not registered in respective constit

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      Saudi Gazette report   MAKKAH — Schools and colleges in the holy city of Makkah will suspend classes this week due to crowding of pilgrims in the city. The city's director of education, Mohammad Al-Harthy, said Education Minister Azzam Al-Dakheel ordered the suspension of classes in 253 boy

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  • 09/14/15--14:00: Man shoots brother dead
  • HAFR AL-BATIN — A man shot his own brother to death after a fight broke out between the two. Eastern Province Police spokesman, Col. Ziyad Al-Raqiti, said the suspect, in his 30s, surrendered to the police and confessed to his crime. The victim was shot several times. The police arrested the suspect and forwarded his case to the Bureau of Investigation an

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    BAHA — An Asian worker has drowned while working on a water network project. A co-worker reported that the victim was welding a pipe underground as part of a desalination plant water network. The pipe burst and the expatriate drowned immediately due to the water pressure. The company reported the incident to police. It is the second incident where the com

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    TABUK — A total of 9,000 drug pills were seized at a border crossing between Saudi Arabia and Jordan. Jordanian police contacted Saudi police about a report they had received from the Jordanian Anti-Drugs Committee of a drug smuggling attempt from Jordan into Saudi Arabia via the border in Tabuk governorates. The committee discovered that the drugs were t

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    BURAIDAH — A school building was vandalized during the weekend. The principal of the school in the north of Buraidah reported to the police that he found classrooms and teachers’ offices vandalized Sunday morning. Broken furniture and papers were also found to be strewn all over the floor. The police and they are currently investigating the case.&nb

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    QASSIM — A total of 441 illegal expatriates were arrested on Sunday in different raids in Qassim, Dammam and Al-Khobar. The police netted 87 expatriates during an unannounced inspection campaign in Qassim.Officers also issued 20 traffic violations and arrested a number of individuals for possession of alcohol, weapons and an unspecified amount of untracea

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    Muhammad M. Syed Saudi Gazette JEDDAH – “Poetry is like air, water or fire. It makes its own ways. It needs warmth of heart. One doesn’t need to go through a lot of books to compose poetry,” said Naseer Badar in an interview with Saudi Gazette. Naseer Ahmad Badar is a Saraiki poet. O

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