Mr.Talal Al-Jeri is the name resonate around the education sector in Kuwait. Little we know that the visionary who owns more than 20 schools in Kuwait, owns two Indian schools too exclusively for the Indian curriculum. "The va...
--IIK Staff Reporter
Driving on 4th ring road to take road no 602 to Jleeb, I cribbed about the traffic, the rush, the madness and the undisciplined driving due to which I missed the turn on 4th ring road to enter road no 60 and was forced to go thro...
--Nancy Vijo
"I really miss those days I spent in India for my studies! We had nice fun eating Indian food, Watching Sharukh Khan and Rajnikanth movies...", Dr. Huda Aldhubaib goes nostalgic. Dr. Huda Aldhubaib, completed her Medicine from M ...
--IIK Staff Reporter; Photo: Gafoor Moodadi
IIK rendezvous with Mr. Mohammad J Alfawaz, CEO, Middle East Oilfield Services. Sovereignty is a fundamental right any country should have. If this is respected by all countries in this world peace shall remain in this ...
--Surya S Prakash
As a child when ever I heard about Gulf Countries, the picture that came to my mind was that of camels, deserts, oil fields, money, men in white long dress / rob and ladies wearing burkha, totally covered. I had never dreamt of coming to G...
--Parimita Barooah Bora
Kuwait and India had warm and healthy relationships when we look back to pre-historic days. The continuing long present friendly relations between India and Kuwait have been up and down by centuries of commercial ties, cultural compliance ...
--Prasida K maruthy
Kuwait starts its new year in a festive mood when she begins preparing herself for the National Day and Liberation Day celebrations in February. Even the landscape starts reflecting the flag colours. Expatriate community of Kuwait, which i...
--Reshmy Krishnakumar
Little did I know before leaving India in October 2017 that Kuwait would not only prove to be my second home but also a torch bearer lighting new paths. When husband informed that he had received a good job offer in Kuwait, I was sudden...
--Priyanka Baranwal

Supplement Cover Picture By: Santhra K Dineshkumar, Class - XII-B, Gulf Indian School.


The constitutional sovereign state which has high income economy backed by worlds sixth largest oil reserves, the country which has highest valued currency in the world, the country which has fourth highest per capita income that country...
--Dwiti Ponda, IIK Young Reporter
Ronald Reagan said, “We’re more than friends, neighbors and allies: We are kin,We together have built the most productive relationship between any two countries in the world today! “ It is always the little things which add up to make...
--Alfy Rachel Thomas, IIK Young Contributor
If u think Kuwait is a desert which looks forbidding, dry, seemingly uninhabitable landscape. You'd be wrong, If you know the right places, right event and be with the right people.you will enjoy your living in Kuwait. Kuwait interest...
--Maharam
We all are living in a world with people of different cultural and economical backgrounds. So it is a must for all countries to have a good relationship with each other and this bond can help them when they have any trouble. One good examp...
--Sarah Parvesh, IIK Young Contributor

It’s February, the month when Kuwait celebrates its National and Liberation Day. National Day and Liberation Day of Kuwait are celebrated on 25th and 26th of February. These days are public holidays in Kuwait. The National Day marks the d...
--Sona Subin , IIK Young Reporter
The relations between Kuwait and India goes back for many centuries and Kuwait has a long standing history of good, cordial and friendly relations with India. India and Kuwait had a very good trade relationship in the past. Before the disc...
--Safa Fhyrose, VI-A, ICSK Khaitan
It was a hot Saturday morning Raju a little boy who lives in Kuwait came crying to his grandma. She asked him why he was crying. He replied "grandma....(sob!) while I was playing in the ground a Kuwaiti boy shouted at me to go home and nev...
--Minnath Hafeez, VI-B, ICSK Khaitan
India is our mother land, our “Matrbhoomi” and Kuwait is our foster country, our “Karmbhoomi”. Blessed are we, who proudly and freely walk in this country which has embraced us just like our mother. Relations between India and Kuwait da...
--Mohammad Osman Mapkar, VI-C, ICSK Khaitan
A small emirate nestled between Iraq and Saudi Arabia, Kuwait is situated in a section of one of the driest deserts on earth. Its shore includes Kuwait Bay, a deep harbour on Persian Gulf. The country has an arid climate. The temperature ...
--Sahar Shuaib Surve, X-A, Kuwait Indian School
Kuwait now known around the world as the “Oil King” ,was once around 260 yrs ago was a barren land full of sand, lacking in greenery and development. Neither did they have oil nor did they have money. Prior to Kuwait’s oil discovery from t...
--Mohammad Abdullah , VIII-B, ICSK Khaitan
“It’s been so many years now, away from parents, relatives, and our own homeland. Now let us also go back to our roots, when Malu is leaving Kuwait”. Few months back, I was awake from a deep long sleep on my cosy bed, to this statement of ...
--Malavika Krishna, IIK Young Reporter
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--Hessa Hayat, III-C, ICSK Junior
Relationships between countries are usually symbiotic in which both benefit from being connected to each other. The relationship between India and Kuwait is the perfect definition of such an inter - country relationship. The Kuwait economy...
--Rahithya .K, VIII-D, ICSK Khaitan
A social, economic and mutual understanding between countries makes a good relation. A good example of this relation are the State of Kuwait and the Republic of India. Both countries have a different culture but it all started with “TRADE”...
--Aryan Nair, VIII-D, ICSK Khaitan
Relationships between two friends, families and countries etc. share friendly ties. However, countries like Kuwait and India extend support to each other during their troubles. Their warm friendship started from the past which remains in t...
--Ann Susan, VIII-B, ICSK Khaitan
“Where we love is home - home that our feet may leave, but not our hearts" This is quite true for many of us that live in the fruitful land of the Gulf - Kuwait. I use this platform to express my immense gratitude to this prosperous nation...
--Shereen Matli Shajahan, X-A, Kuwait Indian School
India is not only a land with various cultures But even a land with many trading partners And India ranked third among the commercial partners of India The...
--Albeya, VI-C, ICSK Khaitan
Kuwait is a place where generosity is common, the people are nice and the heat is hot often. There are rolling hills of desert that stretch for miles, the v...
--Zahra Jalil, X-A, Kuwait Indian School

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Nandhana S Ramesh
Posted on Sunday, February 24, 2019

Happy National and Liberation Day . Thank you IIK for encouraging the artistic talents of our Kids.

Raj
Posted on Wednesday, February 20, 2019

Great initiative

Nuha Habeeb
Posted on Sunday, February 17, 2019

Topic a drawing of liberation day of Kuwait and save water save nature picture

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