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Photos & Video – Kapil Sharma in Kuwait by IYS #kuwait #q8 #kapilsharma

Special thanks to Shabbir Qamar and whole team of INDIAN YOUTH SOCIETY in Kuwait for inviting the KUWAIT UPTO DATE and organizing to bring the King of comedy KAPIL SHARMA in Kuwait.

Photographer : Usman Choudhry
Instagram : usman_choudhry

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New traffic law updates #kuwait #q8 #traffic

new_nMaximum Speeds in External Roads and interlinking Roads is 120 Km/h and at a minimum of 80 Km/h, For trucks (80 km/h Max, 60 km/h Min). For all the roads leading between the 2nd and 6th Ring road the speed will be reduced to 100 Km/h, the minimum speed will be 50 Km/h. For Trucks (Max 60, Min 45). For All the roads between the 2nd Ring Road and the First, the speed has been reduced to 80 Km/h and a minimum of 40 Km/h. The Maximum Speed for the Fifth Ring Road will be decreased to 100 Km/h between the King Abdulaziz Road to Andalous. The Speed on the First Ring Road will be increased to 100 Km/h west around the city. The maximum Speeds from the First Ring Road until the Fourth Ring Road shall all be set at 80 km/h. In The city, the maximum driving speed would be 45 Km/h.

SOS Readers Theatre #kuwait #q8 #theatre #readers

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Horeca Kuwait 2014 #kuwait #8

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Road accidents in Kuwait – January to June – 2012

Road accidents in Kuwait - January to June - 2012

A total of 227 people were killed in more than 44,000 accidents reported in Kuwait during the first half of 2012, which saw the fatality rate increase by 25 percent compared to the first six months of the last year. This was reported by Al-Qabas yesterday quoting statistics released by the Department of Traffic Planning and Research in the Ministry of Interior. The report also showed that 4,895 people were injured during the first six months of this year, including 2,397 sustaining serious injuries or suffering disabilities. The number of injuries saw a whopping 900 percent jump compared to the same period of 2011.

Meanwhile, the statistics showed that 1,777,238 traffic tickets were issued during the first half of 2012, including more than 146,000 violations of crossing the red traffic light, and 668 tickets issued to drivers involved in racing on public roads. The ministry also collected an estimated KD20 million in fines, Al-Qabas reported. According to the same statistics, around 41,000 new drivers’ licenses were issued during the first six months of 2012, compared to around 38,000 during the same period in 2011. The total number of valid licenses in Kuwait as of June end stood at 1,282,714, while the number of registered vehicles stood at 1,680,830.

The statistics further indicated that Kuwait citizens accounted for 102 deaths or about 44 percent of total road fatalities during the first half of 2012, followed by 62 cases of Asian victims that accounted for 27 percent. They also showed that 223 accidents were caused by over speeding, 80 by driving under the influence of alcohol, and 15 due to crossing red traffic light.

Courtesy : KuwaitTimes