Relocate bars from areas with families, says residents in Oman

People living in complexes near bars and liquor shops claim being disturbed by the shouts of drunks late in the night

Earthquake in Sea of Oman hits Muscat again

The epicenter of the earthquake is the same where it happened on Saturday

All 5,000 get seats in Oman's Indian schools

by Times News Service
The Indian Schools Board has accommodated every applicant after opening up afternoon shifts in Darsait, Seeb and Mabela

Lithuanian education minister holds talks with Oman's minister

by ONA
Rawya bint Saud Al Busaidiyah, Minister of Higher Education, received Dr Dainius Pavalkis, Minister of Education and Science of Lithuania on Monday

‘Ibn Battuta’ will end Royal Opera House Muscat show

The story is about a 21st century historian who is about to board a plane at Muscat Airport when she meets ‘Ibn Battuta’
Oman tourism: Escape to Turtle Beach Resort in Ras Al Hadd
by Sarah MacDonald

From the moment you arrive at the Turtle Beach Resort, following a narrow twisting road from the little town of Ras Al Hadd, a sense of calm will descend upon you, and time will seem to slow down.

Quick Poll

Do you think that Oman is in need of super speciality hospitals rather than more doctors?

Can orange glasses help you sleep better?
by Kate Galbraith/ New York Times News Service

Studies have shown that such light, especially from the blue part of the spectrum, inhibits the body's production of melatonin, a hormone that helps people fall asleep

Obama has failed in Afghanistan strategy
by Brahma Chellaney

With all the concessions, the US has revealed to the Taliban — and the world — its desperation to achieve a face-saving settlement that would enable it to escape the Afghan quagmire

Round Up
Qatar Airways is ‘world’s most dependable airline’
by Times News Service

Qatar Airways has been named the ‘World’s Most Dependable Airline’ in a comprehensive study of all major carriers, published by CBS Money Watch and conducted by recognised travel site WanderBat

Simple movements are all the exercise you need
by Rachel Carlyle/Daily

You may think a weekly hour or two of exercise with a capital E is enough to offset long hours sitting around, but here’s the bad news – it isn't.