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Well came to Kuwait in the year 1982 and thanks to Allah first and Kuwait who has served me as a second mother and has been kind to provide me a lot.... more
Its not a loan its an investment. I think done properly, crowd funding is the best and in many cases the ONLY way for entrepreneurs to raise money. more
Parents, I dont think moving the school timing from 8am to 9am will make such a huge difference to the children, but to traffic it will help tremendously... more
Oh Come on ...guys, I wonder how come this news became the most commented news headline...this isn't a social issue at all, this is just a news about... more
Whether the students misbehave is irrelavant. The fact is the teacher insulted Qatar and a billion people with his comments. He should be given very strict... more
Totally agree with 'Baiju' & 'Jay'!!!
What is the point in publishing all these glorified list.., How does this enrich our life? 'The Prince... more