Oman accident: Man dies after he falls into a well in Barka

by Times News Service
A man died after he fell into a well at Hay Assim wilayat of Barka on Thursday morning, according to the Public Authority for Civil Defence and Ambulance (PACDA)

Illegal expat workers still being hired on the streets of Oman despite mass arrests

by REJIMON K
Just days after the mass arrest of 1,000 expats on the Muscat airport project, the Times of Oman found hundreds are still queuing daily for illegal work.

Muscat water crisis: Public Authority for Electricity and Water postpones pipeline transfer

by Staff Reporter
The transfer of pipelines, which will connect the expanded parts of Barka plant, was scheduled to be carried out on Thursday.

Oman tourism: Six top places to visit in Dakhiliyah region

by Swati Dasgupta
Towering at around 3,000 metres, the temperatures in the Jabal Akdhar and Jabal Shams mountains are nearly 20 degrees cooler than in Muscat, making them perfect destinations for a summer weekend getaw

Oman government has spent OMR1.7 billion so far on Duqm infrastructure

by ONA
SEZAD is keen on providing facilities to investors, whether from inside or outside the Sultanate, said Ismail bin Ahmed Al Balushi, deputy CEO of SEZAD

Hard work pays, says Indian CBSE Class XII examination topper in Oman

by Rahul Das
Archana C M, an Indian School Sohar student who scored 491 out of 500 in CBSE Class XII examinations, believes consistent effort ensured her success
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Oman tourism: Six top places to visit in Dakhiliyah region
by Swati Dasgupta

Towering at around 3,000 metres, the temperatures in the Jabal Akdhar and Jabal Shams mountains are nearly 20 degrees cooler than in Muscat, making them perfect destinations for a summer weekend getaw

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