New city: Tenders for housing projects in Oman soon

by Staff Reporter
Ministry of Housing will build 2,500 to 3,000 housing units for the people affected by the activities of Sohar industrial port

Reduced taxi fares to boost Muscat airport services

by Fahad Al Ghadani/Fahad Al Mukrashi
Muscat Municipal Council will take a number of steps to regulate and improve taxi service at the airport

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

Oman health: Ailments trigger alarm as mercury fluctuates

by Times News Service
For the last few weeks Oman has been witnessing a gap between day and night temperatures. There is a word of caution from doctors for the elderly and youngsters

Peshawar attack: Oman, Indians express solidarity with Pakistani community

by Times News Service, ONA
Indian School Muscat, in a special assembly held on Wednesday in the school multipurpose hall, expressed shock at the attack that claimed lives of so many children

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
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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Six years after the start of the global financial crisis, many are beginning to ask uncomfortable questions. How can liberal democracies remain globally competitive?

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