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Saudi Gazette Newspaper

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      Syed Mussarat Khalil Saudi Gazette   JEDDAH — The Pakistan Welfare Society (PWS) will arrange its regular free medical camp on Friday, Sept.18 from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at the premises of Pakistan Consulate. Speaking to Saudi Gazette, camp-in-charge Mohammad Younus Sattar stated th

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      Saudi Gazette Report  DAMMAM — Tamil Nadu Thowheed Jamaath (TNTJ), a South Indian organization, Dammam Chapter has successfully organized a mega blood donation campaign last Friday aimed at helping the pilgrims for this year’s Haj. Two major hospitals in the Easter

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       JEDDAH — The Islamic Development Bank (IDB) has announced a new theme for the IDB Prize for Women’s Contribution to Development for the year 1437H (2016). The theme for the Prize is “Promoting the Rights of the Girl Child”. The Prize competition is now open for applications from both individuals and non-governmental organiz

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       RIYADH — Wipro Ltd., a leading global information technology, consulting and business process services company, organized the tenth edition of the ‘Spirit of Wipro Run’, on Sept. 12, its biggest global employee engagement event, where employees and customers come together along with their families and friends to celebrate the joy

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  • 09/16/15--14:00: The snowball of recruitment

  •   Khaled Al-Solaiman Okaz   THE contracts of my house helps will terminate in a few months. I will have to enter into difficult negotiations to convince them to renew their contracts or I will lose them, which is something I do not like. I have to succeed in my negotiations with them otherwise I will fall pr

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      Mariam Al-Sughair Okaz/ Saudi Gazette   RIYADH — Around 19,400 pilgrims from Yemen, representing the country's official quota, will arrive in the Kingdom in the next two days thanks to the immense facilities provided by the Kingdom, Yemeni Minister of Interior Fouad Omar said."

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      Mishal Al-Otaibi Saudi Gazette  RIYADH – The Passport Department is putting the final touches to a mechanism for delivering Saudi passports by post, which will begin on Oct. 14, said Maj. Gen. Sulaiman Al-Sehaibani, director of the Passport Department in Riyadh. A

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      Saudi Gazette report  RIYADH — The Saudi Food and Drug Authority (SFDA) inspected 2,266 food establishments in Makkah and Madinah during the past 27 days and recorded 3,052 health and technical violations, Makkah daily reported. SFDA reported on its website the food esta

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      Mohammed Sumaih Okaz/Saudi Gazette   MAKKAH — The first group of 319 Syrian pilgrims arrived in Makkah on Tuesday. They were welcomed in the holy city by the officials of the Tawafa Establishment for Arab Pilgrims with Zamzam water, flowers, meals and various other gifts. About 12,00

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      Saudi Gazette report   RIYADH — The unchecked influx of migrant workers to the Gulf Cooperation Council states will create demographic imbalances in the region, according to a study published by Al-Hayat newspaper. The chaotic inflow of foreigners might exacerbate the unemployment situation

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      Hassan Cheruppa Saudi Gazette   JEDDAH – Indian Deputy Consul General and Haj Consul Mohammed Noor Rahman Sheikh is leaving the Kingdom next month. He will be leaving behind an impressive legacy of serving hundreds of thousands of Haj pilgrims during a period of three and a half years. He will be j

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       JEDDAH — More than 30 Jeddah art aficionados and cultural cognoscenti gathered at the US Consulate General on Monday for a panel discussion on the topic of “Saudi Women in The Arts”. The gathering, part of the ongoing public affairs series “Friends of The Arts,” presented the work and perspectives of a

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      Badea Abu Al-Naja Saudi Gazette  MAKKAH — Commanders of the Civil Defense forces, working during the Haj, have warmly welcomed the inspection tour of Crown Prince Muhammad Bin Naif, deputy premier, minister of interior and chairman of the Supreme Haj Committee, of Makkah and the

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  • 09/17/15--14:00: Saudi executed for murder
  •    RIYADH — A Saudi national was executed in Wadi Al-Dawasir governorate in Riyadh Province on Wednesday for shooting to death compatriot, Wadaan Bin Ruwaidhaan Bin Wadaan Al-Dowsari, after a fight. According to the police, Shaawan Bin Kleib Bin Murait Al Ridaini Al-Dowsari shot the victim with a weapon kept hidden inside his ca

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       MAKKAH — Three emergency camps with a combined capacity of 60,000 have been prepared by the Ministry of Finance and are supervised by the Civil Defense as part of its integrated plan for transporting, evacuating and sheltering thousands of pilgrims in Mina, Muzdalifah and Arafat in cases of emergency situations. The plan, in

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       MAKKAH — The National Water Company (NWC) has that it has restored order at Makkah’s water distribution stations, after crowds gathered over recent days as citizens tried to get water before price adjustments on Sept. 15. Working shifts for employees at one of the Shuaibah 3 plants have also been increased. The NWC said

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       RIYADH — More than 130,000 Syrians are currently enrolled in schools and universities across the Kingdom, according to figures from the Ministry of Education. Almost 125,000 are studying in general educations schools, while around 6,700 are studying at university. An equal number of male and female Syrians are enrolled in ter

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       MAKKAH — Al-Noor Specialist Hospital in Makkah has set up a 10-bed center for treating sunstroke and heat exhaustion during the Haj. The center will handle expected cases this year due to high temperatures in Makkah and the holy sites. Hospital Director, Dr. Aiman Issam Yamani, said the center, which is the first of its kind

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      Saudi Gazette report   OFFICIAL statistics show an increase in the number of women who get divorced at a young age. Although the majority of them are educated and hold college degrees, society still looks down upon divorced women and holds them responsible for failing to make their marriage work, Al-Riyadh daily reports.

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      Saeed Al-Suraihi Okaz   Ironically, Jeddah Municipality, whose responsibilities include maintaining public parks and keeping them in good condition, has failed to keep the public park opposite its own building in a good condition. Until recently, the park’s benches were in a bad shape while the rides

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