Wednesday , December 19 2018

Insight

‘Look for the beneficiary’ – Charity funds trail unclear

On June 17, the Al-Qabas local news editor wrote: the Al-Qabas has learnt that the charity organizations have set three conditions for those in need …

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Musk and Caliphate capital

One fine day we will get up in the morning and discover that the price of a liter of oil is equal to ten liters …

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Innocent until proven guilty – ‘Not here to harm interests’

Writing to harm the interests or the reputation of others is not my objective, but sometimes some people do not like what I write or …

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Smile back on sad faces – Elderly expats get reprieve

After hesitation which did not last for long, the General Department of Residence Affairs has decided to cancel or, rather, amend its previous decision to …

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Revolution long overdue

The education in Kuwait needs complete overhaul through a qualitative revolution in the curricula. It is clear that all of our misfortunes, our backwardness, the …

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Giving … offers inner peace

For many years now I was under the impression that man lived to be happy and on this subject I have written a few articles …

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‘Learn from thy enemy’ – ‘Shun racism, sectarianism’

India, and certainly the United States or America, has one of the world’s most diverse religions, sects, faiths and languages. In an article written by …

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Pot calling kettle black – I am a denier …

A statement said to have been issued by the leaders of the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood movement in Cairo comes at a time when the region …

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Haunting ghost of Tesla – ‘Hard times ahead’

The late, Khamis Najm, teacher of English at the Al-Siddiq School in the mid-1950s was making fun of us (the students) and criticizing us because …

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The amazing American

SLOWLY, the train moved in and around Portland, Oregon, which is famous for its ethnic diversity. It slowed down and stopped at the next station …

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