Royal Decree declares Muscat's National Museum parkings a public utility project

by ONA
Public utility status granted to the National Museum's parking lots project in Muscat governorate

Eight under Ebola radar in Oman

by Rahul Das
The travellers from West African countries have not developed any Ebola symptoms so far

Sohar road accident: Body of Indian woman found in apartment sent for autopsy

The body of Indian woman who was found dead in her apartment in Sohar last Friday, has been sent to Muscat for an autopsy

Video: Ebola alert leads Oman's top news stories

by Times News Service
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Ibra road accident victims laid to rest

by Staff Reporter
Victims of the Ibra road crash were laid to rest Monday, said close friends. Eight Omanis and one Emirati woman who was married to an Omani were killed in the accident

Overseas training set to boost Omanisation

A bye-law has already been issued detailing all the rules and regulations — from getting licences to establishing a training centre and evaluating the quality of the training programmes
Oman Competitiveness Forum to deliberate on public sector innovation
by Times News Service

As many as 200 to 300 participants are expected to attend the OCF14, scheduled to be held on October 29 and 30 at the Al Bustan Palace Hotel in Muscat

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Facebook to introduce new advertising platform : WSJ
by Reuters

Facebook Inc is set to unveil a new advertising platform to improve effectiveness of online ads, the Wall Street Journal reported on Monday citing people with knowledge of the matter.

Not all marriages are made in heaven

Social pressures like unemployment and the need to acquire all the trappings of life force young people to do things a bit different than their parents

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Good Bye Marx! Hungary cleans up for Orban's revolution
by AFP

Budapest's Corvinus University is no hotbed of communist troublemakers and far from nostalgic for the old regime, but students are pining for a cherished bronze of Karl Marx removed last week

The cost of destroying Isis will be enormous
by Kate Allen

A new wave of attacks on Isis's roving bands of killers will surely displace thousands more local residents