Information protection law to secure privacy in Oman

by Times News Service
The law will serve as a complement to the existing laws and regulations in the context of IT and its related transaction including the Cyber Crime Law.

Oman mountain tragedy: Body of third worker trapped in debris retrieved

by REJIMON K
Body of the third expatriate worker who was trapped in debris from a mountain collapse in Qurum has been retrieved by the police

Undocumented Indian workers in Oman seeking amnesty asked to register at embassy

by Times News Service
Government of Oman’s amnesty will be effective for three months from May 3 to July 30.

Municipality shuts down 309 stores in Oman's Seeb area

by Times News Service
The municipality destroyed about 6,764 kilogrammes of fish, meat and poultry products; 1,329 kilogrammes of various other foodstuffs and 2,005 kilogrammes of vegetables and fruit

‘It’s time to go home’, illegal expats living in Oman told

by REJIMON K/FAHAD Al GHADANI
The Ministry of Manpower has announced the amnesty period for undocumented migrant workers in Oman from May 3 to July 30

Oman tourism: Barr Al Jissah ushers new era in luxury

by STAFF REPORTER
11 limited edition town homes, five luxurious cliff-top villas and 50 to 60 marina apartments will be developed to expand the residential area in Barr Al Jissah.
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What makes Goa a perfect holiday destination
by Mrudu Naik

Oman Air, the Sultanate’s national carrier recently launched direct flights to Goa, India’s popular tourist destination. Take this three-hour flight to discover the goodness of Goa, Mrudu Naik reports

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