AJM Kooheji art contest for pupils 16

Gulf Daily News
Tuesday, 21st October 2014
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AJM Kooheji art
contest for pupils
AN inter-school art competition got underway yesterday at
the AJM Kooheji showroom, in
The Alwany Inter-school Art
Competition saw students split
into four age groups: grades one
to three, grades four to six, grades
seven to nine and grades 10 to 12.
Grades one through to six took
part yesterday, with 214 students.
Zainab Fadhel from Musaiba
bint Kaab School came top in the
first group, followed by Khawthar Yasser from Al Quds School
in second and Zahra Saleh from
Al Daih School in third.
Rana Abdulkareem from Al
Manhal School came top in the
second group, followed by Hussein Ali from Al Munthair bin
Sawa Al Tamimi School in second and Najah Basam from Rabiya Al Adaweya School in third.
A further 153 students are expected to take part today.
The first prize winner in each
group will receive a 32-inch TV,
second place will receive a home
theatre system and third place a
docking station.
All artworks are published on
the Instagram accounts @buildingmaterials and @k_interiors
with winners chosen on the number of ‘likes’.
n Some of the students with AJM Kooheji director Saleem Abduljabar Al Kooheji and Education Ministry artistic activities head Abdullah Malik
n A collection of artwork by Bahraini artist Jaffar Al Oraibi went on display yesterday at Al Riwaq Art Space in Adliya. The ‘Clear - Unclear’ exhibition features oil paintings portraying generic misconceptions
shaped by an unstable personal state of mind. Above and centre, visitors look at some of the paintings on display. Right, Mr Al Oraibi with one is his paintings.
Two detained
in connection
with murder
TWO men have been detained
in connection with the suspected
murder of an Asian man yesterday.
The victim suffered fatal head
injuries and was taken to Al Hilal Hospital by two men who
claimed they found him lying in
the street in Tashan, near Khamis.
However, police have detained
the two based on questions surrounding their story.
“An Asian man was admitted
to Al Hilal Hospital in Muharraq
with serious head injuries and
died later in the morning,” said an
Interior Ministry official.
“Two people admitted him saying
they found him lying on the ground
in Tashan. The two were referred to
the Khamis Police Station.”
The official explained the two
men were taken in for questioning because they took the victim
to a private hospital far away
from where they claimed to find
the body.
31st Oct
Poll rights vow
JUSTICE, Islamic Affairs and
Endowments Ministry’s Political
Societies Office head Abdulla
Majid Al Shaikh stressed the right
of citizens to establish or join
political societies in accordance
with the law.
According to the constitution,
no political society is allowed to
deprive any candidate standing
for elections of its membership,
he said.
His remarks came after some
people threatened to strip candidates of their membership for
filing their nominations for the
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