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Oman
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  • Oman Briefs: Oman's Majlis Al Shura takes part in Arab meeting
  • Task force set up to monitor SMEs’ development
  • Omani nationals to fly back from quake-hit Nepal
  • Time to pay more for road offences in Oman, says ROP
  • COMEX to showcase latest IT gadgets in Oman
  • Passenger traffic at Muscat and Salalah airports grows
  • Muscat Media Group to launch news app today
  • Oman Air moves to Data Park for IT recovery set-up
  • Times of Oman declares lucky winners of its 40th anniversary celebrations raffle draw
  • Preservation Hall Jazz Band set to regale Muscat audience
  • Omani students build solar cooker that feeds 100 people
  • $25m project to showcase Oman’s marine, desert life
  • Do you need an NOC to re-enter Oman as a tourist? Our legal expert answers
  • VIDEO: Oman to enforce new traffic law soon & other stories
  • His Majesty sends greetings to world leaders
  • Oman coordinating with embassy to bring back citizens from Nepal
  • Oman tourism: Castles, towers add to Nakhal's attractions
  • Nepal earthquake: Oman Air resumes flights between Muscat and Kathmandu
  • Royal Oman Police inks pact with Russia on drug control
  • Sunday Beat: Need to attract foreign funds to diversify Oman’s economy
  • Oman Imagine Cup winners gear up for pan-Arab finals in Bahrain
  • Sultan’s School auction raises OMR18,000 for Dar Al Hanan in Oman
  • Steep rise in traffic violations in Oman last year
  • Omani workers in private sector rise
  • Earthquake warnings are just rumours, says director of SQU seismological centre in Oman
  • Quake destruction leaves Nepal expats in Oman shell-shocked
  • Students in Oman paint for love and peace
  • Spanish pianist makes his mark at ABA
  • It's dream come true for quiz champs of Oman
  • Double delight for Indian School Wadi Kabir students as they lift Times of Oman Quiz trophy
  • His Majesty sends greetings to Tanzania
  • VIDEO: Earthquake leaves Nepalese in Oman worried and other top stories
  • Fire in Oman's industrial area Ghala creates panic
  • Nepal earthquake: Oman Air delays flights
  • Double delight for Indian school Wadi Kabir students as they lift Times of Oman Quiz trophy
  • Oman's Ministry of Housing aims to check real estate price fluctuations
  • Oman to expand underground waste bin facility to new areas of capital
  • Feeny’s support for Oman Cancer Association
  • Oman ranks second in happiness index in GCC
  • Sultan Qaboos University workshop sheds light on disabled in Oman
  • Indian violinist Balabhaskar in Oman to perform for Indian School Darsait's fund-raising concert
  • Times of Oman Inter School Quiz: Crack this question and win a prize
  • Oman crime: Police arrest three national on charges of impersonating policemen and robbery
  • Oman crime: 3000 capsules of psychotropic substances seized at Muscat airport
  • Teams in Oman set for gripping Times Quiz finals
  • Rising heat prompts mid-day break calls for workers in Oman
  • Stage set for Oman Imagine Cup final
  • Oman's Alawi participates in Jakarta summit
  • Oman records population of 4.155 million
  • Winners of Ernst & Young's Omani student awards announced
  • World
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  • Serbia signs controversial $3b Belgrade development deal with Abu Dhabi-based developer
  • ASEAN members fail to unite in South China Sea dispute with Beijing
  • Aim to be first with aid in crisis: Parrikar
  • UK's Labour leader Miliband rules out any deal with Scottish nationalists
  • India will spare no effort to help earthquake-hit Nepal, says Modi
  • Slain Pakistan rights activist Sabeen a national hero, says Malala
  • Fresh tremors rattle several states of India, death toll rises to 62
  • At least 26 killed after heavy rains in Pakistan
  • Manisha Koirala thanks Indian governmentt, Modi for Nepal relief help
  • NDTV's Prannoy Roy bags RedInk award for lifetime achievement
  • Hindujas displaced from top spot of Britain's rich list
  • Nepal earthquake: Terrified survivors recount nightmare of devastation
  • Nepal earthquake: Residents camp in open, fend for themselves in Kathmandu Valley
  • New UN envoy to Yemen looks to revive peace talks as fighting rages
  • Bahrain extends rights activist's detention
  • Presidential elections: Two protesters shot dead in Burundi clashes
  • Volkswagen patriarch and board chairman Piech resigns
  • Asean Summit: Beijing poised to take ‘de facto control’ of South China Sea: Philippines
  • Earthquake death toll climbs to 2,400 as aftershocks rock Nepal
  • Nepal earthquake: Rescue plane reaches Kathmandu with Everest injured
  • Jakarta to execute death row drug convicts within days
  • Sharif orders probe into killing of Pakistan rights activist Sabeen
  • US seeks access to Philippine military bases to rotate troops
  • Brother says accused Tunisian was forced to captain migrant boat at gunpoint
  • Sporadic violence mars West Bengal civic polls, one killed
  • Earthquake leaves 44 dead in northern India
  • Former foreign minister of India Salman Khurshid, German envoy team up for video
  • Shah slams Congress, says it has no 'moral right' to talk about farmers
  • Assad regime's last stronghold of in Idlib province falls to militants
  • Rustom Ghazali, Syria’s last spy chief in Lebanon, dies: Report
  • 90 more killed in south Yemen clashes airstrikes amid growing calls for peace talks
  • Ferry disaster protesters march in Seoul
  • More than 1,500 lives lost in Nepal earthquake
  • Indian gvernment committed to bigger pictorial warnings on tobacco products: Nadda
  • Bihar storm death toll in rises to 57
  • Walkout in Indian parliament over GST bill move
  • Jilted lover who vandalised Agra church arrested
  • Family rebuffs apology over death of farmer in Delhi
  • MQM wins Karachi by-election, dismisses talk of troubles
  • Tearful, angry survivors mark Bangladesh factory disaster, protest against poor compensation
  • Sharif vows to protect Saudi territorial limits
  • Taliban launch spring offensive, attack US Bagram Air Base outside Kabul with rocket
  • Suspected Al Qaeda militants arrested in Italy for plotting attacks on Vatican, in Pakistan and Afghanistan
  • Libya militia 'launches air raids' against IS group militants
  • Countdown begins for execution of 10 foreign convicts in Indonesia
  • Yemen crisis: Fighting rages as civilian death toll climbs to 550
  • Al Qaeda, allies advance on regime bastion Idlib as UN aid chief urges sanctions and Angelina Jolie pleads for help to refugees
  • Seven billionaires in Britain's top-25 richest hedge fund managers' list
  • Saudi Arabia seizes three bomb-laden cars, accuse IS militants of killing policemen
  • Strong earthquake rocks New Zealand
  • Sports
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  • Oman golfers excel in GCC Cup Championship
  • Formula Four: Schumacher Jnr. claims maiden victory
  • Tennis: Germany’s Kerber shocks Dane Wozniacki in Stuttgart final
  • Premier League: Manchester United coach Van Gaal facing revival mission after Everton defeat
  • Athletics: Kenya’s Kipchoge adds London Marathon title to collection
  • Oman’s amateur karters impress at Red Bull Kart Fight World Championship in Austria
  • Hockey: Oman veterans team to tour Egypt
  • Premier League: Swansea make it seven straight defeats for Newcastle
  • Spanish League: Neymar, Messi guide 10-man Barca to crucial win
  • Tennis: Wozniacki in Stuttgart final after marathon match
  • Formula Four: Schmuacher Jnr best rookie, ninth on debut
  • Spanish League: Champions League easier to win than La Liga, says Real coach Ancelotti
  • Cricket: Bangladesh record first T20 win over Pakistan
  • Cricket: Wishes galore as Sachin Tendulkar turns 42
  • Europa League: Italian clubs kept apart in Europa League semifinals
  • Champions League: Pep Guardiola to return to Barcelona in Champions League semifinals
  • Cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar turns 42
  • Golf: Oman junior team in joint lead at GCC Cup Golf Championship
  • Tennis: Nadal gains revenge over Almagro in Barcelona
  • Cricket: Give new team, Ajmal some time to settle, says former skipper Misbah
  • Champions League: Coach Guardiola feels the love after Bayern’s ‘miracle’
  • Champions League: Bayern Munich and Barcelona cruise into semifinals
  • Asian Champions League: Qatar’s Al Sadd all smiles after reaching last 16
  • Motorsport: Ahmad’s Al Nabooda Racing set sights on more Porsche success
  • Basketball: Nizwa emerge Oman Basketball Association league champions
  • Football: Ooredoo celebrates MFA’s success at Dubai Super Cup
  • Cricket: England captain Cook wins toss, elects to field
  • Cricket: Pakistan’s spinner Hafeez get bowling action clearance
  • Cricket: Banned Butt to appear before International Cricket Council corruption unit
  • Cricket: Pakistan pacer Imran replaces Sohail for Bangladesh Tests
  • Champions League: Injury-hit Real tasked with breaking down Atletico wall
  • Champions League: Juventus have semis in sight against goal-shy Monaco
  • Motorsport: Oman's Ahmad left with unfinished business as Al Nabooda settle for second place
  • Tennis: Nadal targets further improvement in Barcelona
  • Champions League: Barcelona keen to show Paris Saint-Germain no mercy
  • Premier League: Liverpool’s veteran Gerrard slams nervous Reds after FA Cup exit
  • Champions League: Bayern must resist ‘kamikaze tactics’ for Porto, says Mueller
  • Champions League: Guardiola pledges next season to Bayern
  • Premier League: No fracture for Manchester City’s playmaker Silva
  • Champions League: Paris Saint-Germain tie not over, claims Barca striker Suarez
  • Cricket: Pakistan greats slam team over Bangladesh defeat
  • Cricket: Bangladesh clinch first series win over Pakistan
  • Formula One: Hamilton wins, Raikkonen steals second from Rosberg
  • Premier League: Aston Villa end Gerrard’s FA Cup dream
  • Tennis: Vesnina and Pavlyuchenkova put Russia into Fed Cup final
  • Premier League: Manchester City return to winning ways but suffer Silva scare
  • German League: Tuchel to succeed Klopp as Dortmund coach — club
  • Tennis: Kerber pulls Germany level with Russia in Fed Cup
  • Tennis: Kvitova takes Czechs past France to Fed Cup final
  • Oman's racing star Al Harthy scores but knows grip on Porsche GT3 Cup Challenge Middle East title
  • Business
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  • Cyprus keen to boost bilateral trade, woos Omani investors
  • Iran, Oman agree to launch shipping line next month
  • Oman Insurance Company unveils new brand identity
  • Key study reveals GCC executives are at high risk of privacy breaches
  • Low IT security spend in region leaves businesses open to cyber attacks
  • Long-term spending drives Bahrain’s economic growth
  • Energy industry’s talent hunt emerges as a chronic problem
  • Oman's share index ends lower
  • VIDEO: Cyprus keen to boost trade ties with Oman & other stories
  • UK eyes further investment in Oman’s free zones
  • Oman’s economy ‘stable’ despite drop in oil prices
  • MSM-listed banks’ first quarter profits rise 10 per cent to OMR81 million
  • National Bank of Oman wins two prestigious awards
  • Oman's Ominvest relocates its new corporate office to Al Shati Al Qurm
  • Oman: Meethaq signs pact for Zawaya projects
  • Software developers try on Apple watch, see more apps coming
  • Omantel to showcase innovative solutions and attractive offers at Comex
  • Oman: Weak software application security can lead to frauds
  • Fixed phone user base in Oman rises marginally
  • Oman to attend Expo Milan 2015
  • VIDEO: Oman woos British companies & other stories
  • Saudi Arabia’s answer to global oil glut: Pump more crude
  • Google’s stepping up investments pays off; advertisements rise 13 per cent
  • Facebook’s revenue growth misses estimates
  • Amazon’s sales exceed estimates in first quarter
  • Asian central banks set to further ease interest rates
  • Big manufacturers eye China’s booming used car market
  • ‘Research key to sustainable development’
  • Oman’s non-oil exports rose 8.4 per cent last year, imports drop
  • Rapid Access moves to new depot to expand its activities
  • Oman's Zubair Small Enterprises Centre inks pact with Sas Programme
  • Young professionals in Sultanate attain ACCA membership
  • Oman's share index ends higher
  • VIDEO: Oman's non-oil exports record 8.4pc growth & other stories
  • Take gas flaring issue seriously, Oman's Ministry of Oil and Gas tells companies
  • Oman's Al Yusr Islamic Banking meeting focuses on new policy, products
  • Malta’s Minister explores investment climate in Oman
  • Oman’s share index ends flat
  • Gold jewellers bet on Indian festival fortunes to buoy demand
  • VIDEO: Oman wants companies to cut gas flaring & other stories
  • ‘Oman seeks to utilise 10mbd of oilfield produced water efficiently’
  • Ithraa signs pact to attract inward investment in Oman
  • Central Bank of Oman to host three working groups
  • Aldar Properties launches next wave of development with 2,000 homes
  • China’s biggest auto show opens amid sharp deceleration in sales
  • BMW Group’s Oman sales soar by 76 per cent in first quarter
  • Oman's share index edges higher
  • VIDEO: Oman exploring better ways of utilising water & other stories
  • ‘Social entrepreneurship needs to be promoted to boost SMEs’
  • Cadillac Middle East sales grow 33 per cent in first quarter
  • Technology
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  • Technology helps families, friends locate loved ones
  • Apple watches go on sale at select upscale boutiques, department stores
  • Software developers try on Apple watch, see more apps coming
  • Japan’s maglev train breaks new world speed record
  • Mother of austistic child develops ‘universal language’ app
  • Germany still has some way to go to ‘smart factories’
  • Robot receptionist welcomes shoppers in Japan
  • Cybercrime now ‘number one’ threat: Europol chief
  • Tesla struggling to electrify China car market
  • VIDEO: Official preview of all-new BMW 7 Series
  • New Apple Watch: Bliss, but only after a steep learning curve
  • From now on sheep can also be connected to the Internet
  • Fancy a video game in Oman roads? Google Maps lets you play Pac-Man this April Fools' Day
  • Messaging apps offer to do it all, for more money
  • For blind bus riders, a new app boosts independence
  • Facebook admits communication error
  • Saudi mulls blocking WhatsApp, Skype on non-compliance of terms
  • Cellphone calls, even while wearing a helmet
  • Thursday
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  • Share and Care: Academic excellence is not the only way to succeed
  • So to Speak: When time ticks away
  • Geological richness of Oman: Unraveling the mysteries deep within
  • When a beauty queen turned to crime
  • Stranger Than Fiction: Could this machine really talk to the dead?
  • Weekly Recipe: Cottage cheese schnitzel burger with homemade barbecue sauce and baked sweet potato wedges
  • Romance: Why Cilla will always be Bobby’s girl
  • Book review: 'James Merrill', a poet captured in the fullness of complexityc
  • What makes Goa a perfect holiday destination
  • Share and Care: Position and power, not important in relationship
  • So to Speak: Reunion with my old teacher
  • Crime: When kindness to a stranger led to death
  • Stranger Than Fiction: Funeral service – for a ghost
  • Romance: The love story that ended in tears
  • Weekly Recipe: Spicy chicken wrap with cool mint chutney and refreshing pomegranate drink
  • Book Review: 'The Stranger' is an intriguing thriller
  • The Women’s Guild of Oman to be lifeline for newcomers
  • Oman tourism: Escape to Turtle Beach Resort in Ras Al Hadd
  • So to Speak: In another dimension
  • Think Blue: Volkswagen encourages environmentally conscious everyday driving
  • Oman cars: Double digit growth for Wattayah Motors in the Sultanate
  • Cosmetic surgery popularity surge in Oman
  • Crime: Mystery of the hog trail killings
  • Romance: The love story that had to end in grief
  • Weekly recipe: Pasta in Meatballs Sauce with Tuscan Croutons salad
  • Book review: 'World Gone By', Gangsters, Ghosts and Gravity
  • Share and Care: Role of money and qualification in a marriage
  • So to Speak: Academic sacrifice
  • Oman celebrates World Health Day: Towards a healthy platter
  • Weekly recipe: Chocolate cup cakes with toffee sauce butter cream frosting
  • Crime: The killing that shocked a nation
  • Stranger Than Fiction: Strange riddle of the phantom fire-raiser
  • Romance: The love Annie just couldn’t forget
  • Book review: 'Hausfrau' A Good Wife, With Caveats
  • Italian chef Giancarlo Morelli visits Tuscany restaurant in Oman
  • Pets benefits on health
  • Michele Morgan's love story: When the dream of love became a nightmare...
  • A brutal end of a young bride - Caroline Coffey murder case
  • Face at the Devon resort of Dawlish window
  • When Jackie Coogan and Betty Grable's love cost $4 million!
  • Is the Internet world eroding reading habits?
  • The evil of forced marriages
  • Travel
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  • Travel: Venice, queen of the seas
  • Travel: Jersey, the largest Channel Island
  • Travel: Guernsey celebrating 70 years since its liberation
  • Seville, beguiling Spanish city where travelers lose track of time
  • Hanoi - Vietnam's bustling capital charms
  • Barcelona: Catalan identity is more evident than ever in the region's beautiful capital
  • Washington tourism: The city named after the first US president
  • Travel: Havana - The Cuban capital
  • Travel: Dublin, the Irish capital is calling, with festivals and plenty of places to indulge
  • Bangkok - Thailand's capital deserves attention
  • Jakarta - The bustling Indonesian capital
  • Places to visit in Budapest
  • Istanbul: This city of two cultures is alive with variety
  • Baltimore tourism: Salute the 200th anniversary of America’s national anthem in its home city
  • Avignon tourism - The provencal city offers a busy cultural calender in early autumn
  • Bern - Switzerland’s graceful capital
  • City-West tourism - centre of former West Berlin
  • Toronto - Canada's largest city
  • Brussels - Belgium's capital blooms in summer
  • Scenic Sri Lanka - Dream destination for avid travellers
  • Lausanne - Small but lively French-Swiss town
  • Salalah: Oman's incredible tourism address
  • Glasgow - The host city of Commonwealth Games is all set for The Commonwealth Games
  • Windsurfing makes waves in Turkmenistan
  • Montreal moments in the French-accented Canadian city
  • Fort Lauderdale
  • Prague - City that bursts into life with art exhibitions and classical concerts
  • Bangkok and beyond
  • Monaco geras up for the summer season
  • Gateway to the iconic Pisa
  • Trip Tips: Brazil's retro-futuristic capital hits middle age
  • Where past meets present
  • The magic of Mauritius
  • Life is in Lisbon
  • Sydney sojourn
  • Magical Malta
  • A journey through Himalayan villages
  • Top 5 Eid destinations 2013
  • Edinburgh Athens of the North
  • Trekking amidst roses in Jabal Akhdar
  • Bandar Al Khyran: Get into rewind mode
  • Beaches viewing the richness of Sultanate
  • Nigeria's new train offers a long, strange and welcomed trip
  • Health
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  • Alzheimer’s breakthrough: Scientists may have found potential cause of the disease
  • Simple movements are all the exercise you need
  • Break out of the food rut
  • Swimming key to healthy living
  • Healthy eating plan to beat diabetes
  • Where does the fat go when you lose it?
  • Plant-based diet helps beat diabetes
  • Too much junk food leads to memory loss: study
  • Irregular heart rhythm during surgery tied to stroke risk
  • Reassuring news on cancer risk from IVF drugs - study
  • One foreign health worker dies, five infected with Middle East Respiratory Syndrome in UAE
  • Another Saudi MERS death raises kingdom toll to 67
  • Down Syndrome-hit children in Oman need support
  • Passive smoking causes irreversible damage to kids' arteries
  • Hookah is not harmless: experts
  • Tuna study reveals oil pollution causes heart problems
  • More evidence e-cigs may help in quitting tobacco
  • HIV drugs may get new role in fighting cancer
  • Experts urge renewed push on US-Thai HIV vaccine
  • Studies say Halal meat is healthier
  • Ten million more people advised to take HIV drugs: UN
  • People with HIV suffer increased risk of heart attacks
  • The fight against childhood obesity
  • Round Up
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  • Abrarul Haq show promises mega entertainment
  • Oman Arab Bank sponsors Omanisation Career Fair 2015
  • Ooredoo plans to make presence felt at Comex
  • Qatar Airways is ‘world’s most dependable airline’
  • VIDEO: Tata Motors makes Jaguar history with new car launch in United Kingdom
  • Bank of Beirut partners with New Metrics to enhance customer service
  • Al Injaz School in Oman holds open day, exhibition
  • Indian classical music moves audience
  • Orpic to tap local talent for employment prospects at OCF 2015
  • Oman tourism: Atana Musandam Resort wins Hospitality Project of the Year awards
  • LAU Alumni Association conducts Annual Ball event in Oman
  • Oman cars: Nissan Micra, small car with big value
  • Oman car: Ford now available with a bevy of benefits
  • Comex 2015 promises to be huge as industry leaders come on board
  • Ex- Pakistan School Muscat comedian Haris Khan chosen for Canadian broadcasting corporation award
  • Lulu celebrates His Majesty’s return to Sultanate by cutting ‘longest cake’
  • Bank Muscat Oman Air card offers special discount on airline tickets
  • Oman tourism: Shangri-La opens new rooftop lounge
  • Oman Air relishing unprecedented success as awards continue to rain
  • BMW i8 arrives in Oman
  • A’Saffa Foods' ‘Back to School’ campaign offers children a wholesome meal
  • Omantel starts new mobile broadband monthly package for Hayyak customer
  • Malabar Gold opens its 115th outlet in Oman
  • Oman Air wins Gold at Travelplus Airline Amenity Bag Awards
  • Majid Al Futtaim concludes 2014 Muscat Festival with Grand Prize Awards
  • Salam Stores, Dar Al Atta’a announce Talent for Humanity initiative
  • Sky Jewellery announces anniversary surprises
  • Malabar Gold & Diamonds opens outlet in Maliya
  • The Wave, Muscat kicks off Q1 2013 with new residential developments
  • MIND organises art exhibition to fight drug abuse
  • The Big Bus Tours is in Muscat now
  • Sky jewellery
  • Entertainment
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  • Trailer of ‘Dil Dhadakne Do’ takes social media by storm
  • Akshay Kumar releases title track of ‘Gabbar is Back’
  • Movie review: Big Game, awe-inspiring adventure
  • Nicole Kidman set for London stage return in ‘Photograph 51’
  • Ben Affleck says he regrets hiding his slave-owning ancestry
  • ‘The Avengers’ set for blockbuster return
  • Betty Willis, designer who left mark on Vegas with famous sign, dies at 91
  • It’s time to admit that Kristen Stewart is a good actress
  • 'Furious 7’ tops box office, racing past $1 bn in global sales
  • AC/DC drummer Rudd pleads guilty to kill threat
  • Press set to cover Britain's royal baby from a distance
  • You need to throw yourself a challenge every time: Mani Ratnam
  • Movie review: Fast and Furious (7), tribute to Paul Walker
  • 'Furious 7' destroys records with $143.6 million debut
  • Movie review: Ex Machina
  • Music is my first love: Hesham Abdul Wahab
  • ‘Fast and Furious’ franchise not just a guilty pleasure for boy racers
  • VIDEO: Expectations high as James Bond return in the first 'Spectre' trailer
  • Movie review: Amitabh Bachchan's voice powers Shamitabh
  • Movie review: Watch ‘I’ for Shankar's vision and Vikram's acting
  • Movie Review: The Shaukeens
  • Movie Review: Interstellar
  • Movie Review: Happy New Year
  • Movie review: Haider
  • Movie review: Bang Bang
  • My concept of filmmaking is to be loyal to the audience, says Shyamaprasad Rajagopal
  • Movie Review: Daawat-e-Ishq
  • Movie Review: Khoobsurat
  • Movie Review: Finding Fanny
  • I enjoy every bit of acting:Vidya Balan
  • Movie Review: Kaanchi
  • Movie Review: Revolver Rani
  • Movie Review: 2 States
  • ‘Godfather’ of house music Frankie Knuckles dead at 59
  • Movie Review: Queen
  • Movie Review: Total Siyappa
  • Movie Review: Gulaab Gang
  • A melodious rendezvous with legendary Pyarelal
  • Movie Review: Gunday
  • Movie Review: Hasee Toh Phasee
  • Taekwondo training comes to Madhuri Dixit’s aid in ‘Gulaab Gang’
  • Multi-screen cinemas to open at MCC, QCC
  • Kapil Sharma enthrals Muscat with rib-tickling comedy
  • Hrithik Roshan believes there is a hero in everybody
  • Besharam: Senseless and disastrous
  • Dear Liar – A stupendous success
  • Bigg Boss 7 started with a bang
  • India's first Photorealistic Performance Capture film - ‘Kochadaiiyaan — The Legend’
  • Movie Review: Madras Cafe
  • Inspired by true events
  • HI
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  • Punching Bag: Do we need taxi stands in different parts of the city and meters on every cab to regularise the tariff?
  • New two wheeler licence rules leave expatriates in Oman in a difficult situation
  • UEFA ready to support Gulf countries, says Gianni Infantino
  • Love vs Class: Universal Ballet of Korea charmed Muscat audiences
  • Muscat Bikers to set out on Euro Trip
  • Oman all set to get a dedicated court for sports soon
  • Sports conference in Oman is a huge learning platform: Fahad Al Raisi
  • Branded budget smartphones on a boom in Muscat
  • 'Colours in Harmony' - a painting exhibition featuring 24 artists from Pakistan in Muscat
  • ‘Around the World with Artists’ exhibition by the American Women’s Group in Muscat
  • Punching Bag: Should children of expatriates above 21 years of age be allowed to stay in Oman on a family visa?
  • Oman cabbies await a shed for shade in Ruwi
  • Farm houses in Oman continue to attract visitors
  • Help at hand: PACP reaches out to consumers in Oman
  • Gattinoni haute couture brings 'Made in Italy' Spring-Summer Collection to Oman
  • Oman's premier IT, telecom and technology exhibition from April 27
  • Will we ever see Oman in a cricket World Cup?
  • Food review: Delicious experience with Olivos Restaurant in Oman
  • International musicians Anne-Sophie Mutter, Maestro Riccardo Muti on Royal Opera House Muscat stage
  • National CEO Programme receives overwhelming response across Oman
  • Italian fashion designer Guillermo Mariotto inspire young Omanis to put personal touch to traditional outfit
  • Oman traffic: Young people pose great threat to road safety
  • 8 most visited tourist places in Oman
  • Donizetti's Don Pasquale plays in Oman
  • Oman tourism: 8 places you must visit in Muscat
  • Behind the wheel: Oman Association for Disabled pavilion at Muscat Festival draws crowd
  • In the Eye of Beauty: Bait Muzna celebrates its 15th anniversary with an exhibition by Iraqi artist in Oman
  • Student safety a top priority for Oman Transport Company
  • Adventure lovers abseiling in Oman
  • All roads to Muscat Festival 2015
  • A home away from home: Stories of blue collar labourers in Oman
  • Christmas & New Year at top hotels in Oman
  • The House with Dogs - Muscat's proud family's love for canines and other pet animals
  • Call of the road - Bikers gear up for Grand Oman Ride 2014
  • Muscat's Bausher Abattoir gets set for Eid Al Adha
  • No paths to walk in Muscat
  • Why airfares in Oman go SKY HIGH!
  • Oman tourism: Littering in Salalah
  • Oman cuisine: Down-to-earth shuwa bites
  • Why is it better to hire a taxicab when going to Muscat International Airport?
  • All in a Flash - Watch out for some of Muscat's 'offending' speed cameras
  • Oman tourism: Lap of luxury at Shangri-La’s Barr Al Jissah Resort
  • Diners’ Dilemma in Oman
  • Onus on NaMo
  • Cautions against coronavirus
  • Under Cover - Muscat to see new bins soon
  • Window on Oman's Art Scene
  • Silent Nights - Muscat night life after the ban
  • Hi Weekly bags a gold and a bronze at the 12th Asian Media Awards