Saturday, September 22, 2018

Health & Education

Saudi Medical Students Allowed To Continue Training In Canada

More than 1,000 Saudi medical students ordered to leave Canada because of a diplomatic row have been granted an extension that would allow them...

Kuwait: 70% Of Private Sector Expat Employees ‘Not Qualified’

According to local daily Kuwait Times, 70% of expat employees in Kuwait’s private sector are not qualified, the country’s Minister of Social Affairs and...

Bahrain: Magnetic Beads Found In 14-Month Old Girl’s Stomach

A Bahraini child who swallowed magnet beads has today undergone a successful surgical operation at the Salmaniya Medical Complex.The girl, who suffered continuous vomiting,...

Air Pollution Shrinks Nearly 1.5 Years Of Average Saudi’s Life

Air pollution shortens an average Saudi’s life by nearly 1.5 years, according to a new report. The study by US-based scientists suggests that better air...

Bahrain: 66% Of Bahraini Employees Are In Private Sectors

Sixty-six per cent of Bahraini workforce is employed in the private sector, according to Labour and Social Development Minister Jameel Humaidan.Quoting ministry sources, he...

UAE: Fire Breaks Out In 52-Floor Tower; 20 Injured

Almost twenty people suffered smoke inhalation after a fire broke out late on Monday night in a high-rise residential building in Ajman.According to Civil...

Bahrain to take action against fake degree holders

Many prominent citizens including government officials have fake degrees, sources sayIn his upcoming play ‘Zamana Kharaab Hai’, Bahraini director Hussain Al Owainati highlights the...

Heart Attack Cases Among Bahraini Pilgrims On The Rise

Dr. Ibrahim Farouk Obaid, head of the medical committee, stressed that number of cases suffering heart attacks among Bahraini pilgrims increased to 4, adding...

Saudi Arabia Warns Possibility Of Floods In Makkah

Saudi Meteorology Authority announced on Sunday of the possibility of floods in the holy city of Makkah because of medium to heavy thundery rain, the...

Saudi: Japan-inspired ‘nap pods’ being introduced for pilgrims

Saudi Arabia plans to introduce sleep pods, reminiscent of Japan’s famed capsule hotels, in the western city of Mina in the coming days, as an...
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