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New Colours

15 Apr, '073 Comments

Michael is out of it. So I suppose it’s high time I should be out of my sulking at his departure and get re-involved in the sport I love. Time to snap out of it! I’ve been prevaricating as to who should gain my support henceforth, the Prancing Horse has always been my favourite since […]

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We Own McLaren!

We Own McLaren!

11 Jan, '079 Comments

We, as in the “Royal” We, as in the Kingdom of Bahrain, as in Mumtalakat Holdings, the totally Bahraini government owned company which is supposed to also own all of the government companies and companies which the government has a better than 50% stake in, nows owns 30% of McLarren! How sweet is that? Here’s […]

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‘Bahrain Panoramas’ Flickr Group started

‘Bahrain Panoramas’ Flickr Group started

6 Jan, '072 Comments

And you’re invited to join. It’s free. It’s fun. And it’s free! (did I already say that?) I like taking panoramic photographs. I’m not good at it because I didn’t apply myself yet (I don’t carry a tripod normally!) but just looking at the 5 I’ve already done, I think a group effort would promote […]

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Wikipedia Bahrain Politics page is interesting

Wikipedia Bahrain Politics page is interesting

23 Dec, '0624 Comments

If you haven’t already, I encourage you to look at the Bahrain section of Wikipedia; the people maintaining that section have done a very good job, and especially about the recent elections with good background information and links that you might find useful. I find some of the entries a bit annoying as they seem […]

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Shaikh Abdulamir Al-Jamri passed away

Shaikh Abdulamir Al-Jamri passed away

18 Dec, '0621 Comments

It is with great sorrow that I learnt a few minutes ago that Shaikh Abdulamir Mansour Al-Jamri, one of the biggest personalities that helped shape the current era in Bahrain, has just passed away after a long illness. May Allah grant him peace and tranquillity and his children and family the patience and succour at […]

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