Juvenile crimes register decline in Oman

by HAMOOD AL ZIDI
In 2014, 247 crimes were committed by 635 juveniles, compared to 364 crimes committed by 502 juvenile delinquents in 2013, a dip of 20 per cent

Time to be calm and invest in Oman

by A. E. JAMES
Central Bank plans to float OMR400 million of government development bonds and sukuk in two separate issues

Hiring of Indian nurses for Oman set to be streamlined

by Rejimon K and Fahad Al Ghadani
Hiring of Indian nurses in Oman is set to become streamlined as the south Asian country has initiated steps to keep agencies out of the process

Dutch offer logistics, statistics training for Omani experts

by Sarah MacDonald
Dutch Minister of Foreign Trade and Development Cooperation Liliane Ploumen made the offer of training yesterday

‘Fast and Furious 7’ thrills fans in Oman

by Times News Service
On an average, six to seven shows are being screened in each location and in City Cinema Muscat Grand Mall which has gold class as well as regular screens there are 10 to 11 shows per day
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8 ways you may be encouraging your child to be a bully
by Ashley Trexler/The Washington Post

Maybe no one has told you to your face you're raising a bully, but sometimes you can't help but wonder if other parents are talking about it behind your back.

Columns
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by Yuriko Koike

Each of these politically tinged trials has different origins, of course. And each was or will be conducted in court systems that vary greatly in terms of their development and independence

Travel
Seville, beguiling Spanish city
by James Litston/The In

Spring brings this beguiling Spanish city to life, with a pair of flamboyant festivals, and thousands of orange trees in bloom