First of all you should decide for yourself what are you here for. If you're here to complain, you've chosen the wrong place. All the helpers here are volunteers and most of them neither belong to Kaspersky lab's team nor use KAV/KIS. If you want to complain, you may use official KAV/KIS forums, or make a request to Kaspersky's support service - I don't care. But you may not complain here because of the reasons above. We are neither official forum nor the support service.
But if you're here for help, I'll try to give you some explanation.
First of all, let see what this Spyware Doctor has found. The dangerous malwares it has found are just tracking cookies and AVP tool's driver that Spyware Doctor has prevented to install and called "Trojan-Downloader.Bagle" for the reasons of false positive I suppose.
What you should do to restore KIS at your computer are the following steps:
Download fresh version of KIS from here - http://www.kaspersky.com/kis_latest_versions
If you're afraid to be connected to Internet without protection, disable your Internet connection (but you will have to enable it again to activate KIS).
Uninstall Spyware Doctor. You could try just to disable its resident monitor, but I think that will not be enough because of its hostile reaction on KIS drivers installation.
Reboot your PC and try to install KIS. If installation is succesful, register and update it and perform full scan. After that you may reinstall Spyware Doctor again, but keep in mind that two different antiviruses\antispyware with active resident parts could make your system's work rather unstable or even cause its crash.
Besides, your Internet Explorer's settings are rather unsafe. To make them safer, execute the script:
Your system will be restarted, so close all the applications and save all the insaved data before execute it.
RegKeyIntParamWrite('HKCU', 'Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Internet Settings\Zones\3\', '2201', 3);
RegKeyIntParamWrite('HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE', 'SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Terminal Server','fAllowToGetHelp', 0);