Saturday , February 23 2019

Yousef Awadh Al-Azmi

Morality first casualty

PRAISED be the One who makes similar incidents recur coincidentally, despite differences in details. We might have read, heard or even witnessed a certain event …

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Cough, poverty and love

TWO people in correspondence discussed the syndrome of obligation as to the distance covered in confusion while exploring the mind — in an attempt to …

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Hunt for speech appetizer

During a discussion with a specialist, he affirmed that the use of the expression “After that” is an ideal way of starting any speech, saying …

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The Arab culture crisis

SITTING with intellectual and cultivated people has a unique scent that the soul loves due to the benefits someone can get — whether in literature, …

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‘Smart phones shrink world’ – ‘Live and let live’

In a café located at Champs-Elysées in Paris, a young man is seated enjoying the cool breeze. He’s in a conference call via his smart …

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Politics minefield of risks – ‘Public opinion biggest lie’

Abdulrahman Al-Kawakebi once said, “Advice is nonsense if it is not accepted by ears that are looking forward to listening”. A politician is often suspected …

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‘Companies have vital role in development of society’ – ‘All must chip in’

We often hear about the non-profit projects carried out by companies based on their social responsibility. We sometimes read about companies offering donations and charity …

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Buying, selling real estate secure job despite hiccups – ‘Rent like obedient son’

Real-estate is the most secure investment with fixed or almost-fixed returns. It is described as a ‘haven’ for those who seek secure or low-risk investments. …

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Long-term strategic schemes vital to avoid crisis recurrence – Dipping oil stirs GCC ‘chaos’

Did you know that contracting companies represent the basic arm of countries’ developmental processes? Did you know that many of the outstanding contracting companies in …

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‘Degrees don’t make leaders’ – ‘Charisma, morals play vital role’

In life, a person experiences several defining moments. Sometimes, these defining moments are fateful and can affect that person. For a new start, a person …

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