Will mass arrests of expat 'delay’ the new airport in Oman?

by Yusuf Mohammed Balushi
As revealed by timesofoman.com on Sunday, more than 1,000 expatriate employees were arrested for working illegally on the new terminal being built at Muscat International Airport project.

CBSE results: Indian School Sohar student with 98.2% emerges as Oman topper

by Times News Service
A total of 70 students who appeared for the class XII CBSE Examinations 2015 in both Science and Commerce streams were all thrilled, registering 100% success.

Indian School Muscat students march ahead

by Times News Service
Indian School Muscat students performed well this year too, with 101 of the 470 students securing above 90 per cent.

Oman weather: Rain, hailstorm in Fanja

The Oman meteorological department had also predicted rain in eastern parts of Muscat and in Batinah.

Oman tourism: Sea turtles head to Ras Al Hadd beach for nesting

by Times News Service
The Ras Al Hadd sanctuary is the favourite nesting site for green turtles of the Indian Ocean.

SMS scams: What to watch out for in Oman

by Simon Baldwin
When I see an SMS or email telling me I’ve won 20,000 Rials when I haven’t entered any competitions, my curiosity never gets the better of me and I delete the offending message.
Behind the lens at Royal Opera House Muscat
by Sarah MacDonald

Khalid Al Busaidi, the chief photographer at the Royal Opera House Muscat (ROHM), reflects on his passion for capturing the operas, ballets, concerts and other performing arts

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How spoilt is your child?
by Rachel Carlyle/Daily Express

Overindulging our children is creating a generation of pampered princesses and princes. Take this fun quiz to find out if you're raising a little terror...

Kurdish forces count the cost of fighting IS
by Patrick Cockburn

The Syrian Kurdish experience is that IS can be defeated when an effective light infantry on the ground is matched with US air power overhead