Should the Oman government review its No Objection Certificate rule?

by Fahad Al Ghadani
One of Oman's most controversial labour policies has celebrated its first birthday.

80 killed in deadliest Saudi-led coalition bombings in Yemen's two months of war

by Reuters
Coalition warplanes and ships also attacked Yemen's largest military port in the Red Sea city of Hodeida at dawn on Wednesday, a local official said.

Oman transport: Main routes for new low-floor buses identified

by Elham Pourmohammadi
The first route will be from Seeb to Ruwi, the second route will be from Ruwi to Wadi Adai and then to Muttrah and back from Muttrah to Wadi Adai

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.

First part of Oman rail project tender later this year: Minister

Oman’s ambitious railway project is moving closer to reality as the Ministry of Transport and Communications is going ahead with the plans to float and award major contracts this year

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.
Libya PM Thinni escapes assassination attempt: Spokesman
by AFP

The prime minister's car was hit by bullets when armed men opened fire as it was leaving an area where a session of parliament was held in the eastern city of Tobruk

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...

Mobility remains an unresolved issue in EU
by Harold James

Britain's anti-European United Kingdom Independence Party (UKIP) performed poorly in the general election earlier this month, and then promptly fractured