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Having made its first appearance on the Kuwait media horizon way back in 1996 as a weekly newspaper, The Times Kuwait underwent a major make-over in late 2012 and transformed itself into a full-color weekly newsmagazine. The newly shaped paper not only donned a reinvigorated look, with new management, more pages and a handy size, but its content and tone also reflected this fresh image.

Simultaneously, we supplemented our sizeable print circulation with an online pdf version that is distributed widely across the country and also abroad. In a relatively short span of time our independent editorial position coupled with our honest and impartial presentation of news, helped entrench our position as the premier weekly newsmagazine in Kuwait.

We have now taken the next logical step and launched our online presence with this interactive website.

TimesKuwait.com is our e-home and in addition to highlights from our print and pdf editions will also carry the latest local and international main news items, as well as happenings in and around town, upcoming events, feature articles and a whole lot more targetting every segment of our multifaceted society

TimesKuwait.com looks forward to becoming the go-to website for a wealth of relevant information delivered in a timely and concise manner. In addition, the highly interactive nature of this website means it can provide a platform to voice your opinions, suggestions and comments on issues that make news, or which impact your lives.

In consonance with our philosophy we are sure that together we can make a difference, even small one, in the lives of people and in the society we live and interact with on a daily basis.

 

Tareq Yousuf Al-Shumaimry                                        Reaven D’Souza
Publisher and Editor-in-Chief                                       Managing Editor
tareq@timeskuwait.com                                                reaven@timeskuwait.com               

 

 

 

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