Royal Oman Police urge caution over summer thefts

by Fahad Al Ghadani
With the onset of summer, police have advised citizens and residents not to keep their cash and valuables in their houses while going on vacations

Oman's dates export to India on upswing

by FAIZUL HAQUE
Indian traders purchased around 300 tonnes of dates directly from Omani farmers last year

Indian School Darsait centre receives eager response

by Times News Service
The Omantel Times of Oman Inter School Quiz Contest (TOOISQC) at Indian School Darsait was witness to enthusiastic quizzing from students

Oman weather: Rain relief from scorcher

by Times News Service
Several governorates of the Sultanate soaked in sweat through the day only to be drenched in showers in the evening.

Oman eyeing Africa for non-oil exports

by Elham Pourmohammadi
The Sultanate is seeking to expand into new markets in Africa. Main non-oil export markets include GCC states, India, Iraq, China, Indonesia and Europe

Omantel allots 95% shares in its public offer

by Times News Service
Shares to Omani individuals was oversubscribed with a demand for nearly 75m shares against 71.25m shares on offer
Oman
Royal Oman Police urge caution over summer thefts
by Fahad Al Ghadani

With the onset of summer, police have advised citizens and residents not to keep their cash and valuables in their houses while going on vacations

Sports
Oman Sail ranking races on Thursday
by Times News Service

The first of Oman Sail’s 2014 season of ranking races to determine the best young Optimist sailors in Oman will take place this week in Mussanah as part of the Oman Sail Omantel Youth Programme

World
N. Korea finally offers condolences over ferry tragedy
by AFP

Heads of state across the political and geographical spectrum have sent personal messages, including US President Barack Obama, Russia’s Vladimir Putin and China’s Xi Jinping.

Thursday
Last day at work
by Saleh Al Shaibany

It is funny how you could clear your office station in five minutes with things you put there for five years.

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Features
More than just a moustache - Adolf Hitler vs Charlie Chaplin
by Pradeep Govind

I wonder how these two men with apparently nothing in common except a toothbrush moustache and perhaps a love for Wagner could have similarities just because their birth signs fell in the zodiac sign

Columns
Democrats need ethnic voters to win elections
by James J. Zogby

The ethnic voters were once core constituents of the Democratic Party, but along the way, the party stopped talking to them and directing its message to them. As a result, Democrats lost their support

Travel
Milan moments
by Aoife O'Riordain/The

Italy's fashion capital is also home to a network of canals perfected by Leonardo da Vinci

Round Up
ahlibank ranked No.1 in Oman... again
by Times news service

The award is the recognition of the trust and confidence that ahlibank has gained in the local financial services community with its dynamic yet prudent strategy of growth and diversification

Health
U.S. top court asks if Coca-Cola juice label is misleading
by Reuters

U.S. Supreme Court justices grilled a lawyer for Coca-Cola Co on Monday, asking why a juice label touting the presence of pomegranates and blueberries should not be considered misleading

Entertainment
Rani Mukerji, Aditya Chopra tie the knot
by PTI

Bollywood actress Rani Mukerji and filmmaker Aditya Chopra have tied the knot in a quiet ceremony in Italy, ending years of speculation about their relationship status.