Do not be misled by the depiction of Pakistani women in popular media. While the thought of Pakistani women may conjure a stereotypical oppressed and burqa-clad image, times are changing fast.
India, the largest democracy on earth, is in grip of election fever.
I still remember in my early teens some of my relatives or neighbors would ask me to accompany them to see their doctors in my hometown of Al-Ahsa.
The amnesty period is over and it is the moment of truth not only for the expatriates who have not been able to rectify their status but also for the officials involved in regulating the market and ab
Last week on “The 8 O’Clock” television show hosted by Dawood Al-Shraiyn, guests included several Saudi women having problems with the Social Affairs Ministry and the Civil Bureau.
In one of my previous articles, I remember whining about all the data collection exercises and how asking people to participate in your Ph.D. research feels like begging.
When the first development plan was announced in 1970, the Kingdom lacked the human resources necessary to carry out the plan. There were very few Saudi college graduates and skilled workers.
I arrived in Beijing last week to prepare for another round of the GCC-China Strategic Dialogue, which was launched in Beijing in 2010.
The more we (Arabs) relied on and trusted in the United States, the more the US failed us, sweet-talked us and — yes, let’s call a spade a spade — betrayed us.
BJP’s “mentor” L.K.
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