The Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Public Authority for Communications and Information Technology (PACIT) Engineer Salem Muthaib Al-Athaina, has issued a decision listing the new rates for home internet subscriptions for individuals in Kuwait, reports Al-Anba daily. The decision No. 36 of 2021, a copy of which has been obtained by the daily, was published in the Official Gazette (Kuwait Alyoum) on March 14, states that it has decided to reduce the subscription fees for home fixed, lined and wireless internet subscriptions in Kuwait.
The annual subscription for 1 MB is of 20 dinars; for 2 megabytes 33 dinars, 3 MB 43 dinars, 4 MB 52 dinars, 5 megabytes 58 dinars, 6 MB 60 dinars, 7 MB 70 dinars, 8 megabytes 76 dinars, 10 MB 78 dinars, 12 MB 83 dinars, 14 MB 79 dinars, 16 MB 113 dinars, 18 MB 128 dinars, 20 MB 139 dinars, 22 MB 155 dinars, 24 MB 172 dinars, 30 MB 185 dinars, 40 MB 212 dinars, 50 MB 239 dinars, 60 MB 263 dinars, 70 MB 285 dinars, 80 MB 304 dinars, 90 MB 314 dinars, 100 MB 322 dinars.
HH the Amir of Kuwait Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah, the architect of the nation’s modern foreign policy and mediator in some of the worst crises to grip the Gulf, died on Tuesday, the Amiri Diwan announced. Sheikh Sabah had earned a reputation as an insightful, unshakeable leader who helped steer his country through the 1990 Iraqi invasion, crashes in global oil markets and crises in parliament and on the streets.
“With great sadness and sorrow, the Amiri Diwan mourns the passing of His Highness the late Amir of Kuwait Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah,” said Sheikh Ali Jarrah Al-Sabah, minister in charge of royal affairs, in a televised statement. State television had cut its regular programming and switched to a broadcast of Quranic recital before the announcement. HH the Amir had been receiving hospital treatment in the United States since July.
The 15th leader in a family that has ruled for over 250 years, Sheikh Sabah weathered Kuwait’s crises with shrewd judgment. As the country’s top diplomat for nearly four decades, he fostered close ties with the West, most notably the United States which led the international coalition that freed Kuwait from Iraqi occupation in 1991. He later emerged as mediator between the Gulf Cooperation Council and Iran, and between Saudi Arabia and Qatar following Riyadh’s 2017 decision to cut ties with Doha. Despite his advanced years, he remained deeply involved in global affairs.
In a sign of the respect that HH the Amir commanded across the region’s political divides, the UAE, Egypt and Qatar all declared three days of mourning. “The Arab and Muslim world has lost one of its most valuable leaders,” Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi said in a tweet. Bahrain said that Kuwait had lost a “wise leader, an emir of humanity who loved what is good for the people”.
Even Yemen’s rival sides – who have yet to reach a political solution to the years-long war – paid tribute to the Amir on Tuesday. Yemen’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Al-Hadhrami offered his “sincere, heartfelt, condolences to our brothers in Kuwait” on Twitter. Meanwhile, Houthi rebel spokesman Mohammed Abdulsalam tweeted that the insurgents “will never forget (the Amir’s) position in support of peace negotiations… love for Yemen and keenness to extinguish the fire of war”. – Agencies
As everything is moving towards online, so is the governmental procedures to ease the public getting legal with few clicks sitting at their own places. Though online procedures confuse some peoples, the ones who are not much into the technology. We are here writing about and covering each of these procedures to guide people how to get through. This guiding post is for booking online appointment to visit hospital through MOH website.
Visit the Site Ministry of Health Select the type of Appoint from E-Services Section, fill out the form that will appear and Book, Keep the QR Code that is displayed with you by either printing it or by capturing and keeping it save it in your Mobile Phones.
Let’s Book a New Regular Appointment to Your Area Clinic (Health Care centre)
Fill the appointment form
- Enter your Civil ID no located on front and back side of your Civil ID card
- Enter Your Serial no located on back side of your Civil ID card
- Select Period at which you want to visit the Clinic i.e. Morning / Evening
- Select the centre
- If you are visiting for any check-up or not sure about the options, select General
- If you are visiting for Diabetic check-up select Diabetic
- If you are visiting for getting your repeated Diabetic Medicine (Drug) select repeated drug dispensing (Diabetic)
- If you are visiting for Maternity check-up select the option Maternity Transferred To Naser Saod Al Sabah
- Select the suitable Clinic Type option from the drop down,
- Name will be auto filled when you enter your Civil ID and Serial No
- Enter your Mobile No
- Click Next
- Select Appointment date by Clicking the Calendar Icon on right side of the Appointment Date Form Field
- Now Select the suitable and available time slot from the drop down
- Click Submit
- You will see your appointment details and a QR Code Capture it using your mobile phone or print by clicking the Print button
- Don’t forget to take your KNET card with you, Hospitals are only accepting KNET Payments.