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Monday , October 14 2019

Insight

Kuwait different today – ‘Thanks for breaking monotony’

An Egyptian satirist Jalal Amer once said, “Advanced countries place their citizens on the head but the governments of developing countries place their citizens inside …

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Slaves to technology

No doubt, most of us are being carried away by information technology and have become slaves to our smartphones. Our attention is often captured by …

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‘It takes two to tango’ – Moral degradation peaks

The efficient Minister of Social Affairs and Labor Hind Al-Sabeeh revealed that there are more than 57,000 cases of people in Kuwait who have been …

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‘Learn to do your own work’ – ‘Sacrifice interests’

We along with many others have been urging the government to rationalize expenditures, reduce salaries and allowances of major state officials, cancel tenders that are …

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Virtuous have peaceful sleep

Joe Biden is considered as a model of professional politician in the West. He started his political career at a very early age of 29 …

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Need green areas to breathe

Al-Seyassah daily published an article written by our friend (the gentleman) Fahd Al-Me’ejel in which he requested HH the Amir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah, …

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Gas stations and Failaka (II)

Failaka Island used to supply Kuwait with required quantity of vegetables, when it caught the eyes of archaeologists who were searching for ancient monuments. Danish …

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The roots of terrorism

There is a saying by Alija Izetbegoviç which goes like this — “Do not kill mosquitoes, but dry the swamps”. Our societies today are injected …

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Gas stations and Failaka

A few days ago, I went to a gas station, to fill petrol in my car and I felt I was in a totally different country. …

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‘Just a tip of the iceberg’

I always get many mixed feelings each time I read or hear reports about attempts being foiled to smuggle huge quantities of alcohol into the country. …

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