Saturday , December 16 2017

Arab Times

Arsenal overpower Spurs in derby – United win 4-1

LONDON, Nov 18, (AFP): Controversial goals from Shkodran Mustafi and Alexis Sanchez gave Arsenal their first Premier League success against Tottenham for over three years as the Gunners won 2-0 in a heated north London derby on Saturday. Arsene Wenger’s side ended a six-match winless run against their hated rivals …

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NBK to award more than 100 participants during Walkathon – Event kicks off Saturday, December 9th

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 18: National Bank of Kuwait (NBK) will award more than 100 participants in the 23rd Annual Walkathon alongside the grand draw for two new Renault cars from Al Babtain Group. The Walkathon is scheduled to kick off on Saturday, Dec 9, 2017. Titled “We’re Stronger … With …

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ESF prove excellence in sports

The English School Fahaheel proved their excellence on a variety of sports once again. Last Friday At the Hilton run ESF sports captain Shujaa came 2nd and vice sports captain Ahmed came 3rd. Many ESF students also participated and did a great job. Congratulations for a job well done. Share

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Persian heretics back to life since the days of Haroun Al-Rashid

DURING the reign of Haroun Al-Rashid (the fifth Abbasid Caliph) when his empire was vast, the Byzantines and Persia had no way to weaken the empire except through a media campaign using methods at the time, which were based on baseless allegations and stories. These campaigns targeted the ruler by …

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Another way … it’s all about awareness – Positive effects on human health, animals and the environment

Veganism is both the practice of strictly abstaining from the use of all animal products, particularly in diet, and an associated philosophy that rejects the commodity status of animals. The vegan movement is flourishing in Kuwait. This five-part series takes a look at the creative Kuwaitis who have adopted the …

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‘Billboards’ timely portrait of outrage – Performance has made McDormand early front-runner for Oscar

NEW YORK, Nov 15, (Agencies): In “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri” or anywhere else, Frances McDormand means business. In Martin McDonaugh’s new film, McDormand plays a woman, Mildred Hayes, consumed with rage because the rape and murder of her teenage daughter has gone unsolved after a year. She embarks on …

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Wonder Woman can’t save ‘Justice League’ – Flash ‘hyper’

It’s hard not to feel a little bad for the DC Comics films at this point. They have the unenviable task having to form an identity in the shadows of the films of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, which are usually good and rarely unwatchable, and the continued glow of Christopher …

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No to dualism … yes to ‘respect’ for laws

LAWS were not enacted vainly. They were sanctioned, either unilaterally in some cases by the Executive Authority or in partnership with the Legislative Authority when considering national representation; hence, the operative law should be enforced, otherwise, it should be abolished. This is due to the fact that if a valid …

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Docs need legal protection against trumped-up cases

How will doctors feel secure while doing their work if they are afraid that arbitrary proceedings might be taken against them through the Criminal Law? Due to a legislative shortfall in laws regulating the medical profession, these laws cannot make doctors feel secure nor provide a suitable working atmosphere for …

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