Tuesday , October 23 2018

Insight

Airport, morals and hospital

I posted a tweet, in which I told the officials of the Ministry of Health, the Kuwait Airways Corporation and Higher Education authorities whose views we respect. I firmly believe and I am convinced and my experience over the past more than half a century feel that there is not a …

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‘On the road to progress’

Lindsey Galloway published a research last September in the Economist Intelligence Unit, which follows the leading global Group ‘The Economist’. The topic of the research was about the most livable cities, a serious report published annually for almost the past two decades of 140 of the world’s largest cities taking …

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Be aware of issues surrounding on-demand guarantee

Issuing Bank Guarantees are very common in connection with international commercial contracts. Most prime contractors will demand their subcontractor to provide an on-demand guarantee to cover the prime in the event the subcontractor fails to perform its obligations as contracted. Oftentimes the prime contractor draws against an on-demand guarantee without …

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The mosquitoes and the conspiracy theory

There is no doubt that there is growing reluctance among young people of both sexes about religious issues, while a relatively small number of people embrace fundamentalism. This is due to the fatwas and the most irrational opinions that have been heard every day, which are being re-ignited and disseminated …

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Hindustan ‘zindabad’

Kuwait did not know anything about personal identity (ID) until the beginning of independence, issuing of citizenship cards to citizens until the beginning of the sixties and issuing civil cards twenty years later. The situation before the issuance of nationality cards was wavy where almost everybody chose the name they …

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‘Nobody is perfect … role model’

My colleague Sami KamalEddin penned a funny and logical article years ago under the title ‘I am the model’, and here is an extract from that article. We all consider ourselves to be the role model or an ideal example whether either in terms of worldly issues or religious because …

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‘Abusive role continues’

How can an individual with no official status cause a great political and sporting dilemma to his country? It seems strange, but look at the following details. The Public Benefit Organization Law stipulates that the establishment of any sports or social union requires the recognition of at least six recognized …

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‘It’s not roads, but people’

In spite of efforts exerted by the Traffic General Department and the Public Roads Authority to broaden the roads and streets, build bridges and new roads, the traffic problem continues to worsen and the victims of road accidents have increased, especially when we talk about deadly accidents which are on …

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From Jahra and Fahaheel…

I was very happy to attend the opening of the second season of the Opera House and see the ‘Magic Flute’, one of the world’s timeless masterpieces of opera by Mozart, the genius composer of classical music. The opera was performed by the Armenian National Theater and the Yerevan Opera Orchestra. …

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‘Right man in right place?’

Many people were pleased when they heard the news reports that the Public Prosecution had summoned for interrogation a number of suspects who were involved in the so-called ‘hospitality contracts’ of the Ministry of Interior for making deals in their favor. We mentioned in a tweet which has spread like …

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