Monthly Archives: September 2013

Over 30 Kuwaitis said to surrender US Passports

“More than 30 Kuwaitis have surrendered their American passports to the Citizenship and Passports Affairs General Department, reports Alam Al-Yawm daily quoting sources. Sources said the passports will be forwarded to the Foreign Ministry and then to the US Embassy, while the necessary legal action will be taken against the bearers of the passports in […]

Metal detectors to be installed at Kuwait malls

“Metal detectors may soon be installed at all mall entrances in Kuwait following the fatal stabbing of a man on Thursday. Minister of Interior Major Raed Buslaib said the ministry had agreed to increase security at malls after residents were shocked by the public killing. “The ministry is now discussing the security systems in the […]

Lowest Priced iPhone 5s on MrBabu at 270KD

Local (and international shipping) online retailer MrBabu are selling the iPhone 5s 32gb for 270kd, which is currently the lowest price for the iPhone 5s in Kuwait as of September 29, 2013. Here is the link:

Video: Speed Test Comparission Of All iPhones Ever Made

A great video showcasing the speeds of all of Apple’s iPhones ever made. Still Selling DOS Laptops

The online retailer is surprisingly still selling DOS laptops. DOS, or Disk Operating System, is a command line operating system by Windows that was popular in the 1980s and 1990s. It has long been extinct but still offers laptops with them. The most obvious reason for this choice is to reduce the cost […]

More Patrols Take To Roads In New Traffic Patrol Plan

“Assistant Undersecretary for Traffic Affairs at the Ministry of Interior Major General Abdul Fattah Al-Ali personally supervised a traffic campaign in Jahra, during which he organized the flow of traffic and issued citations. This is part of Al-Ali’s efforts to stress the importance of deploying traffic officers on the roads to regulate the movement of […]

MP Urges Government To Raise Rent Allowance to 250KD

“MP Abdullah Al Adwani urged the government to increase the rent allowance from KD 150 to KD 250 to help the citizens cope with the rising inflation and rental fees. In a recent press statement, Al-Adwani asserted the government should know that the salaries of most youths are not enough to cover their basic needs, […]