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16 Saudi health facilities receive JCI accreditation

  Saeed Al-Khotani Saudi Gazette   RIYADH — Healthcare facilities accredited as quality health care institutions in the Kingdom for meeting local and international quality...

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‘Tamm’ saves 100,000 work hours

Mishal Al-Otaibi Saudi Gazette RIYADH — Tamm e-service, launched by the Traffic Department Sunday, would save 100,000 work hours. These hours would have been wasted if the motorists were...

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Companies use fraudulentmeans for insurance claims

Saudi Gazette reportDAMMAM — The Civil Defense has warned the companies suspected of deliberately setting their factories and stores on fire for insurance claims.Insurance companies feel that these...

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Expat women man the sales counters

AL-AHSA – Female expatriate saleswomen of various nationalities have increased in shops selling women’s lingerie and other items. The owners of these shops have ignored the...

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10-month jail for blackmailer

Mishal Al-Otaibi Saudi Gazette RIYADH — The Summary Court in Riyadh has sentenced a Syrian national to 10 months in jail for blackmailing a Saudi woman for sex. The judge also ordered his...

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Ihsan Education Award 2013 instituted for children

Laura BashraheelSaudi Gazette JEDDAH — In an attempt to promote better education for children and create better knowledge, a new initiative has been launched through a collaboration between the public...

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13 pvt schools in Jeddah shut down and lay off staff

Saudi Gazette report JEDDAH — Thirteen private schools have laid off their staff and shut down because they cannot comply with the Ministry of Labor’s decision to increase the...

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Heavy rains paralyze Tabuk

TABUK — Heavy rains accompanied by strong winds since Sunday evening have brought life in the region to a standstill. Major thoroughfares have been inundated with rain water causing lot of...

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Saudi men hesitate to seek help to end marital disputes

Shahd AlhamdanSaudi Gazette JEDDAH – Problems unwittingly occur in marriages. And among many ways to resolve the dispute between couples, one way is to seek the advise of an experienced marriage...

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Al Wurood marks Republic Day with patriotic fervor

JEDDAH — Al Wurood international school celebrated the 64th Republic Day of India with much fanfare in the special assembly held in the Boys’ Section on 26th January 2013. The...

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Does Saudi culture dictate the way we see love?

Joud Al-Amri Saudi Gazette JEDDAH – Women are generally expressive, caring, passionate and respectful in their relationships. With her husband as her focus, a wife seeks to please, satisfy...

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Land thieves adopt novel methods to cheat citizens

Saudi Gazette report JEDDAH — The Committee for Monitoring Lands and Demolishing Encroachments in Jeddah has disclosed that government land thieves have innovated new methods to cheat the...

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Congress needs to work on winning back Muslims’ trust: Azharuddin

  Hate speeches are not good for country, should be stopped A very positive message has come out of the Chintan Shivir Shams Ahsan Saudi Gazette JEDDAH — Violent protests for the...

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Prince Alwaleed receives Australian Ambassador

Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal, Chairman of Kingdom Holding Company, receives at his office in Riyadh Neil Hawkins, Australian Ambassador to Saudi Arabia. The meeting was attended by Dr. Nahlah Nasser...

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When parents also become victims of domestic violence

Asma Al-Muhamamd Okaz newspaper There are alarming stories appearing in local newspapers about domestic violence cases involving parents. These reports highlight the worst and ugliest forms of domestic...

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Abused girl refuses to return home

Yahya Al-Fifi Okaz/Saudi Gazette ABHA — A girl who was allegedly assaulted and battered by her mother is refusing to return home without protection. The woman was admitted to Khamis Mushait...

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Fighting undercover traffic police

Ibrahim Mohammed Badawood Al-Madinah newspaper SOME people consider undercover traffic police as hostile enemies. What such people do not realize is that traffic police in unmarked cars do not know the...

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‘King Abdullah’s initiative will boost Arab development’

   RIYADH — Crown Prince Salman Bin Abdul Aziz, Deputy Premier and Minister of Defense, emphasized that the initiative of Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah to...

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Filipino medical workers in Jeddah avail PAOS

Philippine Labor Attache Alejandro Padaen discusses the programs and services of POLO-Jeddah with the OFWs in one of the conference rooms of Dr. Erfan and Bagedo Hospital. — SG photo by...

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Expat traders circumvent Saudization rules with Saudis’ help

   Saudi Gazette report BAHA – Expatriates who run stalls at Al-Baha vegetable market are being accused of paying Saudi citizens a monthly stipend and including them on...

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