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Sohar accident update: Father, daughter die in road crash, mother found dead in apartment
An Indian father and his daughter were killed in a crash on the road near Wadi Hibi in Sohar today at around 10:30am today
Mixed reaction to Apple’s iOS 8 in Oman
Users in Oman termed iOS 8 as “incredible”, “amazing” and “disappointing”
Single red light violation can land you in jail, says Royal Oman Plice official
If a motorist has violated other traffic rules, he or she may be sent to court even for the first violation
Movie Review: Chennai Express
SRK unleashes all his charm and experience over the years into his character and comes up with a winning performance
Not all marriages are made in heaven
Social pressures like unemployment and the need to acquire all the trappings of life force young people to do things a bit different than their parents
Apple rolls out iOS 8 to iPhone users; bug delays HealthKit availability
Apple Inc said a bug in its HealthKit health and fitness application platform prevented its release along with the launch of its iOS 8 operating system for iPhones and iPads.
Bank Muscat Oman Air card offers special discount on airline tickets
Bank Muscat have launched an exciting joint promotion offering special discounts on airline tickets booked online
All in the name of love
Love stared at me for a long time. Then he blinked and looked somewhere else. The next time I met those eyes, things had changed.
Menopause survival kit
While each woman experiences menopause in a unique way, they need to plan their diet diligently during this transition
Dr Sheikha, Oman's State Council member among Forbes’ 200 Powerful Arab Women
Forbes Middle East has published its highly weighed and awaited 2014 ranking of the 200 Most Powerful Arab Women
Apple iPhone 6 with 16GB memory will cost OMR540 in Oman
Apple last week unveiled the two latest models in its iPhone series, both of which boast a larger screen
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Six-month visa restriction not for dependents, investors: Oman Legal Expert
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
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Calls to raise legal driving age in Oman
Raising the age for driving licence would help reduce road accidents, say experts
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Drive to make taxis appeal to passengers in Oman
Under the new guidelines, taxis are to be fitted with GPS devices and meters while drivers have to carry an identification card
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India's Mars mission completes 95 per cent of its journey
India’s state-owned space agency on Saturday said that its maiden Mars Orbiter Mission (MOM) has covered nearly 95 per cent of its 780-million kilometre (km) journey and is in the 'pink of health'
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Movie Review: Chennai Express
SRK unleashes all his charm and experience over the years into his character and comes up with a winning performance
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Two expats die after falling into sewage hole in Dhofar
Two people died after falling into an eight-metre deep sewage manhole in Uqad area of Oman's Dhofar governorate
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Sanskrit language makes a quiet comeback among expatriates in Oman
Sanskrit, once dubbed ‘a dead Indian language’, is staging a quiet resurgence in Oman among Indian expatriates
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Oman road accident: Expat jaywalker loses life in Al Hail
“He was hit by the car and thrown up in the air. Then he fell down on the car and was badly injured
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Islamic State video shows beheading of British hostage, Cameron vows action
The Islamic State claimed the beheading of a British aid worker on Saturday, an act slammed as "pure evil" by Prime Minister David Cameron
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South Sudan bans foreign workers, aid agencies staff
Authorities in war-torn South Sudan announced on Tuesday a ban on foreign workers, including aid agency staff, and ordered their jobs be given to locals
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Omani student jailed in US
An Omani student at the University of Colorado in Boulder, USA, has been arrested and jailed on two charges of sexual exploitation of a child and on one charge of Internet sexual exploitation
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So to speak - The battle of a common man
I am afraid, a common man has this type of experience more often. Who listens to the voice of a common man, anyway?
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Drive to make taxis appeal to passengers in Oman
Under the new guidelines, taxis are to be fitted with GPS devices and meters while drivers have to carry an identification card
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British School Muscat campus set for a facelift, work starts next year (video)
Phase one of a major redevelopment plan of the British School Muscat campus will begin in April 2015.
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Cricket: Doosra not illegal, says inventor Saqlain
The doosra, which means “the second one” in Urdu, turns from legside to offside — the opposite direction to orthodox off breaks.
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Sanskrit language makes a quiet comeback among expatriates in Oman
Sanskrit, once dubbed ‘a dead Indian language’, is staging a quiet resurgence in Oman among Indian expatriates
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Two expats die after falling into sewage hole in Dhofar
Two people died after falling into an eight-metre deep sewage manhole in Uqad area of Oman's Dhofar governorate
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Six-month visa restriction not for dependents, investors: Oman Legal Expert
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
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Apple iPhone 6 with 16GB memory will cost OMR540 in Oman
Apple last week unveiled the two latest models in its iPhone series, both of which boast a larger screen
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