Peshawar attack: Prayers held in Oman for Pakistan terror victims

by Times News Service
As a mark of respect for those killed in Peshawar school, amidst official mourning, the Pakistan flag at the embassy will remain at half-mast until Friday

So to Speak: The Indian Street Theater

by Saleh Al-Shaibany
I remember my visit to India a few years ago. The land that has fewer surprises but many revelations

Christmas & New Year at top hotels in Oman

by T.A. Ameerudheen
The festive spirit is already in the air as hotels and restaurants make elaborate arrangements to provide their guests some mesmerising moments with entertainment and fabulous feasts

Dressing up for festive season: Christmas celebrations in Oman hotels

by Salim Joseph
Fresh poinsettias, coniferous trees bedecked with red and golden baubles and gingerbread houses have embellished the lobbies of major hotels in Muscat, heralding Christmas and spreading festive cheer

Food review: Sizzler Fiesta

by T.A. Ameerudheen
If you love to savour unique vegetarian sizzlers and hot chocolate desserts this winter, then Kamat Restaurant at Rex Road is the best place to be in for a dine out

In the Eye of Beauty - ceramic charm in Oman

by Dr. Patricia Groves
Dual, a stunning exhibition by Irish potter Michael Rice and his wife Zahra Jewanjee is on at Bait Muzna till January 15 next year
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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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