After the start of the Saudi economic boom in 1973, there was an influx of expatriates into the Kingdom. They came from many different countries and spoke different languages.
British envoy to India Sir James Bevan’s politically significant decision to travel to Nagpur on Election Day in an apparent bid to enlighten himself to the nuances of voting system in the world’s
Times change, people change but acrimony in some relationships seems to last forever. A similar case is true for the turbulent relationship between the civil and military relationship in Pakistan.
Despite health problems and the fact that ailing Abdelaziz Bouteflika is confined to a wheelchair, he won a fourth term in the presidential elections conducted last week.
It is ironic that the regulator of charitable societies in the UK has now become aware of the hazards of activities carried out in the garb of “charity.” Many elements are using such noble fronts
I write this week from Amman, Jordan, where a high-level team of officials and experts met to explore new avenues for cooperation on trade and investment.
One of the pleasures of living in the West is that one doesn’t have to be bothered with bad news.
I was having a friendly discussion with a group of Americans in New York last month, when I brought up the topic of US politics.
The importance of scholarships for higher education was recently highlighted at an event in London in which the Ministry of Higher Education celebrated the graduation of 34,000 Saudi students.
When he felt death crawling toward his bed, he called for his sons and daughters to come.
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