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Are fertility rates declining due to global pollution?

by Salim Joseph
Photo - A. R Rajkumar
Infertility rate is on a rise across the globe and the main reason is pollution, says Dr. P. Rama Devi, an infertility and gynec consultant who runs one among the few infertility clinics in Oman

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So to speak: Many empty words
It was one of those annoying moments. The little circle started to disperse very quickly as this man, who thought a lot of himself, was bragging ceaselessly

Weekly recipe: Chicken Satay Stick with Spicy Peanut Butter Sauce
Chicken Satay is one of the most popular dishes of South East Asian cuisines. It is a very healthy dish in which chicken is first marinated in lots of flavors and then grilled

Dessange Paris brings French Glamour to Muscat
Dessange Paris salon and spa at Markaz Al Bahja has introduced a popular European brand and service in which luxury and pleasure go hand-in-hand to the Omani market, Sarah MacDonald found out

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