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$2.3b ‘Omagine’ project to create 1,000 jobs for Omanis
To be located in Al Hail and close to Muscat airport, ‘Omagine’ will have seven pearl-shaped buildings
Tweets by Omani national a violation of cyber law
Tweets by Omani businessman alleging corruption charges against some government officials are breach of privacy law and moral orders of the country
Is family status a must for family visit visa in Oman? Legal expert answers
The husband is free to approach any tourism agency to obtain visas for his wife and children to visit Oman
Oil price decline will not affect citizens’ life in Oman: Sayyid Fahd
Allaying fears about oil price fall impact, Sayyid Fahd said His Majesty’s vision of providing decent life to citizens would be maintained
Muscat Palm Mall plan to create 2,500 jobs in Oman
The project will launch the first snow village in Oman (Snow Park) and will include a cinema complex of 12 screens multiplex with 4D cinemas
Should pregnant staff pay OMR1,000 as compensation for resigning? Oman Legal expert answers
Times of Oman, in association with Khalifa Al Hinai Legal Consultants, will answer the legal queries of readers every Monday. Questions can be sent to readersclub@timesofoman.com
Oman weather: Jabal Shams freezes at -2 Celsius
As winter comes calling, Jabal Shams recorded minus 2 degree Celsius temperature.The maximum temperature at Jabal Shams was five degree Celsius
Oman Air’s economy class bags top award
Oman Air had earlier won World Travel Awards' Best Business Class Airline – Middle East and Best Economy Class Airline –
How can you avoid sudden water shortages in Oman
Citizens and residents have been urged by the Public Authority for Electricity and Water to install water tanks in their houses and buildings as a precautionary step
Internet rules tourism market as agents pushed to back seat in Oman
Earlier, tourists used to choose destinations on the basis of what the destination managing agents used to say or market. Now, people’s reviews decide ratings of the destination
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84% of Majlis Al Shura members approve ban on alcohol in Oman
Humaid Al Nasri, Majlis Al Shura member, told Times of Oman, members have supported a ban and punishment for anyone who manufactures, drinks and conducts business in alcohol
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Is Oman one step closer to alcohol ban?
A proposal from the Majlis Al Shura for a total ban on alcohol has won approval from members. But the move has already attracted critics who fear its impact on tourism and foreign investment
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Majlis Al Shura members vote to ban sheesha cafes in Oman
Majlis Al Shura members have voted for a ban on sheesha cafes in Oman in view of the health risks associated with them
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No two-month job visa ban for expatriates in Oman
There is no two-month ban in place while issuing fresh job visas for expatriates who are eligible to join a new employer, a reliable source in the Royal Oman Police (ROP) said.
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‘Genetic blood disorder affects all Oman tribes’
The high prevalence of blood disorders in Oman can be attributed to the practice of marrying a close relative, says an expert, urging prospective couples to take the premarital genetic tests
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Increase in gas price in Oman necessary
Initially, there may be a problem but in the long term the impact will be absorbed, say experts
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VIDEO: Majlis Al Shura votes for ban on alcohol and other top stories
Round up of local and other top stories in 60 seconds
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Oman's Majlis Al Shura to debate curbs on serving liquor to citizens
Shura members will also discuss whether the ban should include serving of liquor in public places like hotels
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Unified driving licence in GCC: Royal Oman Police
A unified driving licence will come into force from January 1, 2015, Royal Oman Police (ROP) said in a circular
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Majlis Al Shura seeks to host Oman's higher education minister
In accordance with Article 58 of the Basic Law of State, upon a request signed by at least 16 members of Majlis Al Shura, any of the serving ministers may be subject to interpellation
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