Sunday , December 16 2018

Insight

‘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 …

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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 …

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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 …

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Taking Gandhi to schools

KUWAIT CITY,Oct 1: India celebrates the birth anniversary of a great soul, the Father of The Nation on Oct 2, popularly known as ‘Bapu’. On …

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Where to invest your money?

Most sayings and proverbs look contradictory. For example the famous saying to like this. ‘Save a penny for a rainy day’; ‘Spend and God will …

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Need to amend Law No. 68/2015 to protect household workers

The Domestic Labor Law failed to protect the rights of domestic workers despite the fact that this is the latest law issued to regulate household …

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Darwin & the great scientists

A few years ago, many people including me were confused and mixed human evolution with theories that interpret evolution. Evolution encompasses all living things, and …

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‘Time to end differences’

‘Start building’ Mustafa Rashed says he lived for a long time in Al-Azhar, studying, learning and teaching Islamic sciences, and that he and others had …

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It took them 150 days to approve 150 pages

Inevitably, there is something wrong either in my thinking or in the thinking of those who believe that they have the confidence and knowledge, and …

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Regional tyrants and the stupid nostalgia

Many Libyans are yearning for the days of Muammar Gaddafi, and the Iraqis also are yearning for the rule of Saddam Hussein and other tyrants …

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