Visa ban reprieve for expats in Oman welcome, say firms

by REJIMON K
Construction firms were facing shortage of skilled personnel and having difficulty in completing projects on time due to the visa ban on non-Omani workers

Oman's Ministry of Agriculture keeps tab on Crimean Congo fever

by ONA
Minister of Agriculture and Fisheries said that the department has been following the Crimean Congo Haemorrhagic Fever.

Oman's Ministry of Education to plug teacher shortage

by Fahad Al Ghadani
The ministry also mentioned in the announcement that it will contact applicants for the part time job in keeping with each governorate’s requirements.

Oman’s Council of Ministers discuss key issues

by ONA
Acting in accordance with the Royal directives of His Majesty Sultan Qaboos Bin Said to proceed with the march of economic and social development, Council of Ministers tackled various issues of concer

Oman entertainment: With Laserblast, it’s a thrill to fire at rivals

by ELHAM POURMOHAMMADI
Launched for the first time in Oman, Laserblast is a live laser tag gun combat,
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Singer Arijit Singh enthralls Muscat audience at City Amphitheatre, Qurum
by Staff Reporter

Accompanied by his 15-member troupe for a musical extravaganza 'Arijit Singh Live in Concert — Tum Hi Ho', he presented a brilliant potpourri of all-round stage performance during his over two and hal

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Kerry in Southeast Asia seeking support against IS
by AFP

US Secretary of State John Kerry arrived in Indonesia Monday to attend Joko Widodo's presidential inauguration and press Southeast Asian nations to step up their efforts in the fight against the Islam

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How to fulfill a poor child's needs in Oman?
by SALEH AL SHAIBANY

It was an embarrassing moment and a humiliating one, too. Everybody with small children would relate to such an incident

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China's middle class is turning restless
by PETER POPHAM

The Chinese never tire of telling anyone willing to listen that they have been around for 5,000 years