Oil price decline will not affect citizens’ life in Oman: Fahd

by Staff Reporter
Plummeting oil price will not affect government policies, life of citizens, employment, training programmes, workers entitlements and Omanisation process, Oman’s deputy prime minister said Sunda

Tweets by Omani national a violation of cyber law

Tweets by Omani businessman alleging corruption charges against some government officials are breach of privacy law and moral orders of the country

$2.3b ‘Omagine’ project to create 1,000 jobs for Omanis

by Rahul Das
To be located in Al Hail and close to Muscat airport, ‘Omagine’ will have seven pearl-shaped buildings

Internet rules tourism market as agents pushed to back seat in Oman

Earlier, tourists used to choose destinations on the basis of what the destination managing agents used to say or market. Now, people’s reviews decide ratings of the destination

Oman weather: Jabal Shams freezes at -2 Celsius

As winter comes calling, Jabal Shams recorded minus 2 degree Celsius temperature.The maximum temperature at Jabal Shams was five degree Celsius

Oman vintage car rally to relive history

The Grand Tour will have owners of pre-seventies vintage and classic cars taking part in the 21-day trip across the country
OMR10 million slaughterhouse to have modern facilities in Muscat
by Ibrahim Al Hasni

The new slaughterhouse will cost OMR10 million and will be spread over an area of up to 100,000 square metres. It will integrate several facilities in accordance with modern requirements

Sony hack: Obama vows U.S. response to North Korea
by Reuters

Obama said the cyberattack caused a lot of damage to Sony but the company should not have let itself be intimidated into halting the public release of "The Interview"

Apple co-founder not a fan of smartwatches
by AFP

Apple has entered the smartwatch market much later than players such as Sony, Samsung, and LG and Wozniak cautioned industry watchers not to expect the company to always lead way

Oman golf: Get into the swing at Almouj
by Scott Armstrong

Running alongside a two-kilometre stretch of ocean, the 7,342-yard course of lush green grass is peppered with bunkers, water hazards and natural dunes.

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Has Cuba really won in the bargain? Well...
by Jorge G. Castaneda

Cuba seems to have given up very little in exchange. There are concessions, to be sure, but not large ones in view of what Cuba stands to gain with the resumption of diplomatic relations

Questioning an asthma risk - study
by Nicholas Bakalar/The

Studies have suggested that antibiotic use in pregnancy and childhood may increase the risk for asthma. However, a Swedish study has now found strong evidence that there is no such connection

Movie review: Lingaa
by Siddharth Akhouri

Superstar Rajni marks his return to live action cinema after a long 4 years of absence and his fans are nothing but ecstatic