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By Ahmad Al-Khaled, Kuwait Times Aug. 6--KUWAIT -- Minister of Oil, Electricity and Water Mohammed Al-Olaim admitted yesterday that the state faces power problems, but explained the ministry was on-track with a slew of costly energy-related infrastructure improvements.
By Hussain Al-Qatari, Kuwait Times Jul. 29--HAMBURG: Emirates yesterday took delivery of its first Airbus A380 'superjumbo' at the planemaker's new Jurgen Thomas A380 Delivery Center.
By Ben Garcia, Kuwait Times Jul. 15--KUWAIT -- Award-winning 2007 documentary 'Autism: The Musical' was shown at Salmiya's Al-Fanar Cinema on Sunday evening.
By Hussain Al-Qatari, Kuwait Times Jul. 12--I have recently started, more often, to notice the way people speak about technology a lot -- more than they talk about their own lives. Surely you've noticed that too, with conversations revolving around websites, blogs and gadgets.
By Sawsan Kazak, Kuwait Times Jul. 12--One experience that truly brings me joy is when I get a massage. A sense of relaxation sweeps over me during a massage that is overwhelming. Every muscle in my body loosens and turns to butter and my nerves seem to fall asleep temporarily.
By A Saleh, Kuwait Times Jul. 6--KUWAIT -- The Public Utility Committee (PUC) will be a holding a meeting this week in order to discuss the Ministry of Electricity and Water's plan regarding power cuts.
By Hussain Al-Qatari, Kuwait Times Jul. 1--KUWAIT -- Kuwait university students staged an operetta Sunday evening in Shamiya theatre to promote peace in Palestine. An operetta is a musical stage production that contains many elements of opera but is usually comedic and lighter in content.
By Nawara Fattahova, Kuwait Times Jul. 1--KUWAIT -- Kuwait's environment is in danger and the government is not taking the necessary measures to protect it.
By Ahmad Al-Khaled, Kuwait Times Jun. 14--KUWAIT -- Dell announced its new service which offers customized packages with flexible support options. In the first offering of its kind in Kuwait, Dell will provide customers with a chance to customize and tailor services to fit their own specific needs.
- A person who stands up for something, as contrasted to a bystander who remains inactive.
- One of the upright handlebars on a traditional Inuit sled.