|The Embassy of India will remain closed on Thursday, 2nd for the Birthday of Mahatma Gandhi. Embassy will also be closed on Monday, 6th of October for Idu’l Zuha (Bakrid), However the date is subjected to change, embassy informed in a press statement.|
Indian Embassy will also be closed on 23rd of October for Diwali.
However, emergency and needed Consular, Labour & attestation services would be available at the Embassy during the holidays, the statement said.
Friday, September 26, 2014
Issuing visas for companies seeking to recruit manpower from abroad is currently closed pending new regulations to organized the process.
Dousary confirmed earlier this month that the recruitment door will be reopened early next year.
Via Kuwait Times
Thursday, September 25, 2014
AlSadu Society is proud to announce that they have been chosen for ((Craft Award of Excellence)) awarded by The World Craft Council.
Wednesday, September 24, 2014
India's low-cost mission to Mars successfully entered the red planet's orbit on Wednesday, crowning India as the first country to complete the trip at its maiden attempt.
The success of the Mars Orbiter Mission, lauded for its low price tag of Rs 450 crore, will boost India's five-decade-old space programme that newly-elected Prime Minister Narendra Modi aims to expand with better infrastructure and technology.
With a spacecraft around Mars, India joins a small group of nations - the United States, Russia and Europe - that have successfully sent probes to orbit or land on Mars. Others, however, failed several times initially.
After rotating the Orbiter towards Mars, the main engine was fired 24 minutes from Mars to enter the Martian orbit, which will be about 500 km from its surface and 215 million km away from the Earth in radio distance.
The spacecraft will consume about 250 kg of liquid fuel with oxidiser.
Scientists broke into wild cheers Wednesday morning as the orbiter's engines completed 24 minutes of burn time and maneuvered into its designated place around the red planet.
The success of India's Mars Orbiter Mission, affectionately nicknamed MOM, brings India into an elite club of Martian explorers that includes United States, the European Space Agency and the former Soviet Union.
The Indian Space and Research Organisation described the mission as flawless.
Modi hails India's Mars mission as historic
The success of India's successful mission to Mars "will go down as landmark in history", said Prime Minister Narendra Modi after Mars Orbiter Mission entered the orbit of the red planet.
"These are all accomplishments that will go down as landmarks in history," said a visibly happy Modi.
The prime minister said that the MOM was built "indigenously, in a pan-Indian effort, stretching from Bangalore to Bhubhaneshwar, and Faridabad to Rajkot".
He said: "India is the only country, to have succeeded in its very first attempt."
"With today's spectacular success, ISRO joins an elite group, of only three other agencies worldwide to have successfully reached red planet," he added amidst applause.
Modi, wearing a red coloured jacket, said that the "odds, were stacked against us".
"Of the 51 missions, attempted across the world so far, a mere 21 had succeeded. But we have prevailed," he said.
The prime minister said: "Travelling an incredible distance, of over 650 million or 65 crore kms,we have gone beyond boundaries, of human enterprise and imagination."
All you needed to know about India's low-cost mission to Mars
At just Rs 450 crore, ISRO’S Mars mission is the cheapest so far. The Mars Orbiter Mission is India's first interplanetary mission to planet Mars with an orbiter craft designed to orbit Mars in an elliptical orbit. After a nine-month long journey, the Orbiter is scheduled to enter Mars’ orbit on September 24. To reach Mars, the spacecraft had to enter three phases, the earth centered phase, the helio centric phase and finally the Martian phase.
The orbit insertion will take place when the spacecraft will be 423 km from the Martian surface and 215 million km away (radio distance) from the earth.
Just 21 out of the 51 missions launched to Mars by different countries have been successful and that too by only three space agencies — NASA, European Space Agency and the Russian Federal Space Agency. The launch gives India an entry into an exclusive club of nations with interplanetary travel capabilities.
The Rs 450-crore Mars Orbiter Mission is India's first interplanetary mission to planet Mars with an orbiter craft designed to orbit Mars in an elliptical orbit. The project, built over a remarkably short period of two years, is primarily a technological mission considering the critical operations and stringent requirements on propulsion and other systems of the spacecraft.
Launched last November, the Mars Orbiter Mission, called Mangalyaan, aims to study the planet's surface and mineral composition, and scan its atmosphere for methane, a chemical strongly tied to life on Earth.
If the spacecraft does manage to enter orbit around Mars on September 24, India would become the first country to succeed on its first try. European, U.S. and Russian probes have managed to orbit or land on the planet, but only after several attempts.
The Rs 450-crore ($70 million) ambitious Mars Orbiter Mission was launched Nov 5, 2013, on board a polar rocket from spaceport Sriharikota off Bay of Bengal, about 80 km northeast of Chennai.
The pay loads include Lyman Lpha Photometer to measure the relative abundance of deuterium and hydrogen from Lyman- alpha emission; Methane Sensor for Mars to measure methane in the Martian atmosphere, and thus determine past existence of life; Mars Colour Camera to capture images and information about the surface of Mars and its composition; Mars Exopheric Neutral Composition Analyser, which is a spectrometer; and Thermal Infrared Imaging Spectrometer to map surface composition and mineralogy of Mars.
The Mangalyaan has been configured to carry out observations of the physical features of the Mars and also to carry out a limited study of the Martian atmosphere.
The criticism of the Mars mission being ‘a waste of money’ appears to be misplaced too. If one monetises the worth of national services that ISRO satellites are providing — communications, broadcasting, broadband, weather forecasting, disaster warning, ocean monitoring, education, navigation — it would be several times the budget of the space agency. ISRO’s annual budget is about one billion dollars, compared to $ 17.7 billion for NASA, $7.9 billion for Russian agency, $5.6 billion for the European Space Agency and $ 2.5 billion for China. Unlike the Chinese programme which is completely focused on national pride and superpower dreams, India’s space programme is linked to broader national theme of national development.
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A friend enquired about violin classes in Kuwait and while searching found the following informations
Inaugurated by the Amir of Kuwait, His Highness Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah, on April 8, 2013, this Museum hosts rare historical items & antiques for old Kuwaiti houses. Decorating the walls of its Art Gallery are paintings & belongings of Kuwaiti Artists. There are also the crafts & Kuwaiti dhow models on display.
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After the grand success of multi talented king of comedy Kapil Sharma’s comedy show in Kuwait, Indian Youth society is bringing another one of its kind musical live in concert for the first time in kuwait, father & son on the stage to perform for their upcoming event "Papa Kahte Hain" on 26th September at American International School, Maidan Hawally at 6:30pm.
It is going to be unique experience for Kuwait audience to see Udit Narayan and Aditya Narayan performing live with their troops.
"Papa Kahte Hain" is an event to Showcase the Love & Unity of the family, a stage where the whole Narayan family will perform together, it will be an evening to witness with the full family and get influenced by the family bonding & love.
Padmashri Udit Narayan needs no introduction, a renowned legendary singer known for his unique style & entertainment with a line up of awards.He achieved the Padma Shri Award, 3 National awards, 9 filmfare & many other awards. He was also honoured by the Prabal Gorkha Dakshin Bahu Award by the Late Nepal King. He was the judge for reality shows like Indian Idol & family singing show Waar Parivaar.
Mr. Aditya Narayan - an actor, playback singer, music composer and TV anchor a big achiever at a young age is the latest heartthrob of Bollywood. He started his career as a child artist & playback singer for many hit films like Rangeela, Akelei Hum Akelei Tum and Pardes. He hosted the famous reality show Sa Re Ga Ma Pa and X-Factor. His latest hit song "Tattad Tattad" from Ram Leela is in records & on tips of every youngsters tongue.
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Kuwait declared the 9 days eid holidays from 3rd Oct Till 11th Oct to all ministries and state bodies.The Cabinet has decided to regard Wednesday and Thursday, which fall on Oct 8 and 9, as “days-off”, said Minister of State for Cabinet Affairs and Acting Minister of Justice Sheikh Mohammad Abdullah Al- Mubarak Al-Sabah. “Oct 8 and 9, which fall on Wednesday and Thursday, will be days-off for the employees of ministries and state bodies,” the minister said following a weekly cabinet meeting held at Al-Seif Palace on Monday under chairmanship of Deputy Prime Minister, Interior Minister and Acting Minister of Awqaf and Islamic Affairs.
The decided two-days off will be part of the official holiday of Eid Al- Adha, which falls on Saturday (Oct 4). Thus, the holiday of the festival will be nine days, beginning on Friday (Oct 3) and ending on Saturday (Oct 11).