- dubai, United Arab Emirates
- member since June 19, 2009
ive returned ur talent and hessa's panic nation bk to nama
i think shell read it
overall it was a good book
currently i finihed coldtown (chk out my shelf) and im rereading jinns and devils
i lovvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvve it.better than twilight!
Yep Roudha! I was aspiring then to be a journalist. Little did my ambitions were encouraged and I was locked to the flock of youngsters choosing technical field. Now, the years have rolled down :).....even though it appears like crying over a spilt milk, it is difficult for lots of people to take the life as it comes.
So how about you Roudha? I presume that you wanna enter into the magical circile of management. Which field you would be associated with?
In real world! construction site is not fun to hang around. Believe me, these words of a man who's in this field for around 11 years by now. Never a single day had elapsed in my life, with out painting my regrets of selecting this field. To be honest, I do not have the nerve to change ma profession.....
Hi Roudha, back in 2000 / 2001 I was working with an Electro-mechanical Contracting company as Q. Surveyor. This Magrudy was then not existing and in that space, one Warner brothers Shop was there. It was removed, renovated and changed into Magrudys. So I was involved in post contracts activities of Electro-mechanical works; however I used to visit the site on daily basis... :)
So you are staying next door to Kinokuniya?? lucky you.. :)
Hi Roudha! Management books....still not urged to venture in this genre; however have read some books by the Indian authors who discusses about the leadership qualities.
Kinokunia! never visited so far! (have you read the small article with GM of Kinikunia last week in Friday, Gulf News?). Kinokunia was not there when I left UAE back in 2006 (am I right??!!). It should have been a new one. Earlier when I was here in UAE, I used to buy books from Magrudy! (City Center branch was my fav...as you know I was involved with construction of Magrudy @ City Center).
Now after I came back to UAE in 2008, I started buying books in Borders, Sharjah since it is nearer to my apartment. During my short visits to India, I used to scoop out the books from the second-hand book markets. The prices are cheap.
How about you? Where do you buy the books all the time?