Is Kuwait Happy?

A few days ago, Kuwait Times published a survey from Bayt.com entitled ‘Top Cities in the Middle East and North Africa Survey 2015,’ which...

Wanted: Life Skills

In the last few years we’ve noticed a growing trend of adult education-type courses and workshops being offered in Kuwait. The idea of adult...

$1million spent on chocolate daily

Nearly $1 million is spent on chocolate in Kuwait every day! This is what recent statistics on the state's growing chocolate market have shown....

Boot Camp

Dr Zaynab D'Elia As Laila put the finishing touches on the evening meal, she knew exactly...

Hunting for mistakes

The government of Kuwait does not have proven evidence on the involvement of Emad Mughniya in the hijacking of Al-Jabriya aircraft or any terrorist...

A Second Wife?!

The moment you ask a group of young people, assuming I am still one of them, about their opinion of taking a second wife...

Cyber crimes

The rates of crime overall in Kuwait is on a downward trend. This is not the case, however, when one considers e-crimes despite the...

The Pakistani man and the old lady

It was a sunny day in Central Park in New York, when a ferocious dog attacked a girl. A man rescued her from the...

Rampant abuse of workers’ rights

Workers' rights is not a popular topic here, but I will still keep talking about it even if I am sent to the moon....

The humble Prince of Madinah

Nobility comes as a package, charity cannot be paid by installments and princedom is not only inherited. These three simple phrases sum up what...

‘Abolish Article 153’

There has been increased interest in the importance of empowering women in Kuwait. This has included designating a national day to celebrate the achievements...

The National anniversaries

Kuwait recently celebrated its 56th National Day and 26th Liberation Day anniversaries, which are the two most cherished occasions to the heart of every...

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