Qatari offer to host the Kuwait sets of the 2022 World Cup

  • Newspaper: Qatari offer to host the  Kuwait sets of the 2022 World Cup

The newspaper "Al-Jarida" quoted informed sources, that there are proposals reached the advanced stage, to host Kuwait groups of the World Cup 2022, scheduled to be held in the Qatari capital Doha.

The sources said that the meetings included officials from the two countries during the past months discussed the possibility of Kuwait's participation in the partial hosting of the World Championship in addition to the Sultanate of Oman, pointing out that the decision requires the approval of the International Football Association (FIFA), because the file did not include from the beginning division of groups On more than one state.

"There are positive signs from FIFA, but there are a series of measures that Kuwait must take, especially in terms of providing stadiums that meet the requirements of the International Federation, facilitating the entry of the masses and players to the country, moving between Kuwait and Doha and providing more than one flight Between the two countries, in addition to solving the problem of advertising in the stadiums, especially as some may not be authorized according to the laws of Kuwait, while the contracts have been agreed between the «Viva» and sponsors of the tournament, and companies announced and intermediate.

Kuwait, in turn, has begun to prepare for the possibility of partial hosting. Al-Jarida learned from diplomatic sources that Kuwait had asked Turkey about the possibility of establishing international stadiums in record periods.

The sources pointed out that the Turkish government informed Kuwait the possibility of building an international stadium, which can be 30 thousand spectators in two years only cost 20 million dinars, adding that Kuwait wants to build four international stadiums in cooperation with Turkey.

It expected the agreement to be between the Kuwaiti and Turkish governments directly to overcome the government bureaucracy in the country and the requirements of a local agent for Turkish companies.

There are technical comments at the Jaber Stadium to be repaired, to be among the venues that will host the event

3-mile-long 3200 Phaethon asteroid named after a Greek god who almost destroyed Earth will brush 'quite close' to our planet next month

A 3-mile (5 km) wide asteroid named 3200 Phaethon will brush past Earth just before Christmas.

The huge object is named after the Greek demi-god Phaethon, who according to legend almost destroyed Earth.

It will brush 'quite close' with Earth on December 17, Russian astronomers have shown.

A giant 3-mile (5 km) wide asteroid named 3200 Phaethon will brush past Earth just before Christmas. It will brush 'quite close' with Earth on December 17, Russian astronomers have shown (stock image)
 

Experts at the Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University in Konigsberg, Russia, have published a video that tracks the path of Phaethon. 

The object, which Nasa has previously described as a 'potentially hazardous asteroid', will pass 6.4 million miles (10.3m km) from Earth - relatively close in space terms.

At 3 miles (5 km) wide, the asteroid is roughly half the size of Chicxulub, the rock that wiped out the dinosaurs.

Its unusual orbit will see it pass closer to the sun than any other named asteroid.  

3200 Phaethon has puzzled scientists because it has features of both an asteroid and a comet.

In one of its previous close encounters with Earth, scientists spotted dust streaming from the space rock that resembles the melting ice tails seen tailing most comets.

But Phaethon’s orbit puts its origins in a region between Mars and Jupiter where asteroids commonly originate.

Typically, icy comets come from colder regions of space beyond Neptune. 

In a statement, Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University said: 'Apparently, this asteroid was once a much bigger object.

'But its many approaches to the sun have caused it to crumble into smaller pieces which eventually formed this meteor shower.

'If so, the asteroid itself could be the residue of a comet nucleus.

'The asteroid's extremely elongated orbit, thanks to which it sometimes gets to the Sun closer than Mercury and it sometimes moves away farther than Mars, is another argument in favour of this theory.'

The asteroid is named after the son of the Greek sun god Helios 'Phaethon' because it passes so close to the sun. 


Legend claims the young demi-god was challenged to prove he was related to Helios, who was said to pull the sun across the sky.

To prove his divine provenance, Phaethon rode his father's chariot, but was unable to control the horses, who then ran wild across the sky, dragging the sun with them.

Earth was almost destroyed in the ensuing chaos, which scorched the planet, burned vast amounts of vegetation and created the great deserts of Africa.

 

PHAETHON 

The asteroid is named after the son of the Greek sun god Helios 'Phaethon' because it passes so close to the sun.

Legend claims the young demi-god was challenged to prove he was related to Helios, who was said to pull the sun across the sky.

To prove his divine provenance, Phaethon rode his father's chariot, but was unable to control the horses, who then ran wild across the sky, dragging the sun with them.

Earth was almost destroyed in the ensuing chaos, which scorched the planet, burned vast amounts of vegetation and created the great deserts of Africa. 

Source: Mailonline

INDIAN MAID TORTURED BY EMPLOYER RESCUED

An Indian woman who went in 2010 to work as a maid at Kuwait has been reportedly tortured by her employer, Balla Padma, suffered horrific injuries as shown by the wounds, burns and scars on her body and endured 7 years of torture in the hands of Kuwaiti employer and not paid any salary, the woman was admitted to Adan hospital for treatment.

EARTHQUAKE IN SOUTH OF THE GULF OF AQABA

Geological: The seismic monitoring equipment of the Saudi authority recorded on Thursday morning a tremor of land south of the Gulf of Aqaba, 17 km north of the head of Shaikh Khalid, 3 degrees on the Richter scale and a depth of 15.7 km

Three ministries and the "Cooperatives Union" headed to import onions from India

High-level sources revealed that three ministries, including Trade and Affairs, as well as the Union of Cooperative Societies to import quantities of Indian onions to meet the increasing demand for this product in exchange for supply in the local markets, aimed at controlling prices and facing the high price of onions Domestic markets during the recent period, according to Al-Anbaa.

The sources added that there is coordination between these bodies to discuss ways and means of import, likely to be the means of transport through aircraft.

Dead and injured in a train accident in India

NEW DELHI: At least three persons were killed and nine others were injured when thirteen coaches of an express train derailed in northern India early Friday.

As per the Indian media the incident happened because of thick fog in the area when Vasco Da Gama Express flipped off the tracks after leaving Manikpur station in Uttar Pradesh state and was heading for the Bihar state.

Local police Chief, Pratap Gopendra Singh told Indian media that three passengers were killed including a six years old boy and nine others are injured.

He added that incident was happened because the region wore a blanket of fog and it creating problems in the rescue operations.

Traffic on the main rail link was disrupted for several hours. The accident is the latest disaster to hit India’s creaking railways.

The incident happened on the first anniversary of a derailment in the same state in which 146 people died.

 

guugigk.JPGgfgfhj.JPGfjgg.JPG

t7tity.JPGrytyu.JPGrtuytuy.JPGCapture.JPG

So THAT'S what it's for! FEMAIL reveals the brilliant and life-changing hidden uses of everyday household items you thought had no real use

Some of your everyday household items actually have hidden meanings and they will change your life. You are not going to believe these brilliant hacks.

SHARE THIS ARTICLE

Do you ever look around your house and see piles of useless stuff scattered everywhere and you don’t know what to do with all of it? Or even worse, do you not know what to do with some of the most basic household items you use everyday?

Prepare to have your mind blown, because some of the most useless things around your house are actually insanely useful.

Who would have thought that some of the most obsolete objects you own, such as a stapler, actually have more than one duty.

Did you know that a stapler actually has a built in staple remover? Or that you’ve been wearing bobby pins wrong your whole life? Neither did we.

Your life will be changed when you find out all of these simple yet ground-breaking product uses - some of which were originally shared by Buzzfeed. 

 
Remember having a five pound pencil case in elementary school because you had a clunky stapler and a staple remover? Well, there was no need because the metal tab on the back of the stapler is actually a staple remover
It seems as though ballpoint pens were created with the idea of chewing the cap in mind because the hole at the top of the cap prevents someone from choking on it and suffocating
Portion control: the hole in the middle of your spaghetti ladle is not just meant for straining water, it measures out a single pasta serving
This is riveting! The metal rivets around the pockets of your jeans aren’t decoration, they actually prevent your jeans from ripping at specific areas of pressure or straining. A tailor from Nevada, Jacob Davis, came up with the idea, presented it to Levi Strauss, who patented the idea and the patent was granted to Levi Strauss & Company on May 20, 1873
The unnecessary baby pocket inside the actual pocket of your jeans was designed to hold people’s pocket watches back in the day
Ever wonder why the ‘F’ and ‘J’ letters on your keyboard have bumps on them? No, it’s not braille, it’s meant for typists to know exactly where all the keys are
Ever wonder why the ‘F’ and ‘J’ letters on your keyboard have bumps on them? No, it’s not braille, it’s meant for typists to know exactly where all the keys are
Hit the hidden number 57 on the side of a glass Heinz ketchup bottle and never be stuck waiting for ketchup again
The flaps on the sides of an Apple MAC laptop charger are there to wrap your skinny cord around it to prevent it from tearing
The small hole at the end of a tape measure is meant to hook on to nails or screws so the tape doesn’t slip
You’ve been eating Tic Tacs wrong your whole life! There’s a little holster in the cap that dispenses a single Tic Tac serving at a time
TTT09.JPG
 
The tiny hole in the tab of soda cans is meant to fit a straw so you can drink from a straw and have it stay in place
 
Ever wonder why pots have little holes in their handles? It’s meant to fit a wooden spoon as a placeholder while you’re cooking
Ever show up to the gas station and completely forget which side your gas tank is on? There’s a little arrow next to the gas tank symbol on the dashboard of your car that points in the direction of your gas tank
YOUJ.JPG
This is going to blow your mind! Do you ever get overwhelmed by exit signs on the highway and not know where to exit? Whatever side the exit sign is on, is the side you get off at
If you thought your Chinese food came in those cute little white boxes for decoration, you thought wrong. They actually fold out into one big plate so you don’t have to dig for your noodles
Ever wonder why your fresh-baked cookies don't come out looking like the ones on the box? It's because your oven may be running too hot or too cold and you can manually adjust the temperature of your oven, just follow the directions in the manual
If you ever bought a piece of clothing but you’re too scared to wash it, have no fear, some clothes come with extra pieces of fabric so you can test how it will react with different detergents
Never lose a bobby pin again: the wavy part of the bobby pin that has groves isn’t for decoration – it’s actually a grip to hold your hair in place

IRAQ PLANS TO BUILD GAS PIPELINE TO KUWAIT

TYLIYUL.JPG

IRAQ HAS APPOINTED JAPAN’S TOYO ENGINEERING CO. TO HELP BUILD A GAS PIPELINE TO KUWAIT AND A PETROCHEMICAL PLANT LINKED TO BAGHDAD’S BID TO REDUCE GAS BURN AND PAY COMPENSATION DUE TO THE INVASION OF KUWAIT IN 1990, REUTERS REPORTED.

SOURCES IN THE SECTOR SAID TOYO PROPOSED TO BUILD A GAS PIPELINE AND START DELIVERY AFTER 2019.

TALKS ON THE PIPELINE AND THE PETROCHEMICAL PLANT ARE CONTINUING, BUT THE FINAL INVESTMENT DECISION HAS YET TO BE MADE, KINSUKE WAKI, CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER OF TOYOTA, TOLD REPORTERS.THE PROJECT WOULD BE A BLOW TO ROYAL DUTCH SHELL, WHICH SOUGHT TO DOMINATE IRAQ’S GAS, BEFORE ITS RELATIONS WITH BAGHDAD WERE DAMAGED FOLLOWING ITS WITHDRAWAL FROM MAJOR OIL PROJECTS.

“IRAQ NEEDS AN IMMEDIATE REDUCTION IN GAS BURN AS IT PURSUES THE GOALS IT HAS COMMITTED TO THE WORLD BANK,” SAID A SENIOR SOURCE IN THE OIL AND GAS SECTOR WORKING ON THE PROJECT, BUT NOT AUTHORIZED TO SPEAK ABOUT IT PUBLICLY.IRAQ RANKS 12TH IN THE WORLD IN TERMS OF ITS 3.7 TRILLION CUBIC METERS OF GAS RESERVES, BUT THIS FIGURE IS BACK TO 10 OF WHAT IRAN HOLDS THE WORLD’S LARGEST RESERVES.

IRAQ EXTRACTS LARGE QUANTITIES OF GAS ASSOCIATED WITH THE EXTRACTED OIL, AND YET, THIS GAS IS BEING BURNED NOW.IRAQ’S LONG-TERM GAS DEVELOPMENT PLANS HAVE FOCUSED ON BASRA GAS COMPANY, A 25-YEAR $ 17 BILLION PROJECT IN WHICH IRAQ HAS A 51 PERCENT STAKE, SHELL HOLDS 44 PERCENT AND JAPAN’S MITSUBISHI CORP. HAS A 5 PERCENT STAKE.

THE PROJECT AIMS TO COLLECT GAS FROM FIELDS IN SOUTHERN IRAQ, INCLUDING WEST QURNA 1 OPERATED BY EXXONMOBIL, ZUBAIR OPERATED BY ENI OF ITALY, AND RUMAILA OPERATED BY BP.

BREAKING NEWS: MORE THAT 184 DEAD IN SINAI Bomb and gun attack at mosque - 'many feared dead'

A state of emergency was declared across Sinai.

A BOMB attack at a mosque has left "many feared dead", with gunmen picking off survivors in horrifying scenes.

Be the first to know - Join our Facebook page.
 

Suspected militants have launched a bomb and gun attack on a mosque in Egypt's North Sinai province, killing 184 people, state media report.

Witnesses say the al-Rawda mosque in the town of Bir al-Abed, near al-Arish, was targeted during Friday prayers.

Local police said men in four off-road vehicles opened fire on worshippers, AP reported.

Egypt has been fighting an Islamist insurgency in the region, which has intensified since 2013.

There have been regular attacks blamed on militants on the Sinai peninsula, but this is the deadliest assault of its kind.

Pictures from the scene show rows of bloodied victims inside the mosque. More than 100 people were also wounded, reports say.

map

One report said the target appeared to be supporters of the security forces who were praying at the mosque.

President Abdul Fattah al-Sisi is to meet security officials to discuss the incident, Egypt's private Extra News TV reported.

It is not yet known who was behind Friday's attack.

Jihadist militants have been waging an insurgency in recent years, stepping up attacks after Egypt's military overthrew Islamist President Mohammed Morsi in July 2013.

Hundreds of police, soldiers and civilians have been killed since then, mostly in attacks carried out by Sinai Province group, which is affiliated to so-called Islamic State (IS).

In September, at least 18 policemen were killed in an attack on a convoy near al-Arish by militants affiliated with IS.

The jihadists have also killed dozens of people in attacks targeting Egypt's Coptic Christian minority elsewhere in the country, and claimed they planted the bomb that brought down a Russian plane carrying tourists in Sinai in 2015, killing 224 people on board.

Another 75 people are reported to have been injured, some of whom can be seen above alongside those who died at the mosque 

President Abdel Fattah al Sisi convened an emergency security meeting soon after the attack, state television reported. Pictured: Victims in the mosque 

Police said militants in four off-road vehicles bombed the mosque and fired on worshipers during the sermon segment of Friday prayers. Pictured: Al-Rawdah mosque 

GERMANY SHOULD BAR KUWAIT AIRWAYS

The law forbids any discrimination on the grounds of the citizenship or residence of the customers.

Adar M., an Israeli student who lives in Germany, bought a ticket from Kuwait Airways to fly from Frankfurt to Bangkok via Kuwait. The airline declined to honor the ticket and instead offered him a ticket to Bangkok on a different route.

 195_GE90_engines_on_wing.jpg


The German Air Traffic Act is very clear: Airlines that provide scheduled services, except in the case of unreasonableness, are obliged to conclude transport contracts with everybody and transport them within the published timetable. The law forbids any discrimination on the grounds of the citizenship or residence of the customers.

Be the first to know - Join our Facebook page.
 

Nevertheless, the District Court of Frankfurt am Main accepted the airline’s argument and found it unreasonable for Kuwait Airways to transport Israeli citizens.

This was due to the Kuwait Unity Act of 1964, which regulates the boycott of the Jewish state and sanctions any Kuwaiti contacts with Israelis.If Germany’s own recognition of Israel’s existence and security has any meaning, it must withdraw permission for Kuwait Airways to operate from the country. We cannot excuse Kuwait’s antisemitic boycott of the State of Israel.

Federal Minister of Transport Christian Schmidt should not hesitate any longer to act.

Germany’s message must be clear to Kuwait Airways: In our country an airline has to carry everybody or nobody.You have the choice! You do not recognize Israeli passports, so we do not recognize your right to operate from our country. It should be a simple choice for your state and its state-owned carrier.The writer was a German MP from 1994 to 2017. In 2015 the Central Council of Jews in Germany gave to him the Leo Baeck-Award for his support of the Jewish people.

 

BY VOLKER BECK

Source: jpost.com

Kuwait Photography
Web Designing
Dj Ben
Trainning Room

Classifieds

Hi All, I am searching for a part time job from 6pm to 9pm in Shuwaikh, Kuwait City or...
Tue 17 Oct 2017 10:01 pm

120.00 KWD

Studio flat availabe in salmiya Near sharre amman Rent 120 KD Haris Commission 50 KD Contact...
Sat 28 Oct 2017 9:37 am

100.00 KWD

Room for rent in maiden hawally near the roundabout (behind the new park hotel) for bachelors or...
Mon 06 Nov 2017 9:31 pm