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Change at the GDN?

Change at the GDN?

11 Mar, '0833 Comments

You know how much I love the GDN, right? And hold it at the highest regards? Yes, I’m being sarcastic here, but even with that, I am really surprised by a few changes in their reportage I have witnessed over the last few weeks; one might even use the adjective “daring” to describe some of […]

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Lost in translation

Lost in translation

23 Oct, '074 Comments

Some words and phrases just can’t be translated properly from one language to another; take this for instance: One might be forgiven for thinking that there is a new brand of spirits announced and being actively marketed. But the truth (excusing the endemic ALL CAPS) is stranger still! Isn’t it time that the translators are […]

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Those dirty conspiratorial Americans!

18 Feb, '0715 Comments

Anwar Abdulrahman: Now that readers are fully in the picture about this Washington scenario, I ask them a few simple questions. Is this not an act of conspiracy? Is this not a betrayal of trust? Is this not an act of treason by any country’s standards? Or do we understand that under American globalisation such […]

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GDN Should be burned

9 Jan, '0556 Comments

An anonymous poster went on a rant about the GDN, and who could blame him? But in the interest of contiguity, I have removed that comment and posted it here, as a new article so we can all join in this over-due rant! The Gulf Daily News. I’d use it as toiletpaper if I ever […]

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