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The event offers people with physical challenges to learn scuba diving. During the five-day programme which began on Sunday, more than 50 people with physical challenges are being trained. The trainees include those suffering from paralysis and
The team authorised by Majlis Al Shura's Education and Scientific Research Committee with the task of studying the status of teachers in the Sultanate held its meeting on Tuesday. The meeting discussed the draft on the status of teachers in Oman.
His Majesty Sultan Qaboos bin Said, the Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces, conferred medals of Excellent Service and Royal Commendation on commanders, commissioned and non-commissioned officers and personnel at the Ministry of Defence, the Sultan'
A five-member team travelling in two four-wheel drive vehicles are on a trip from Africa to Brazil, crossing 40,000 kilometres in 200 days through 26 countries, and will be visiting Oman and stay here for more than a week, according to partners of
William Hague, the visiting British Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, has hailed the efforts of the Sultanate in enhancing security and stability in the region, and solving many complex issues. In an interview with Oman News Agency (ONA), Hague
The US Embassy has issued an alert for its citizens informing them that it has deferred all non-essential travel for US Embassy employees to the Dhofar region in Oman. The warning has been issued due to a reported security threat. This limitation on
The Sultanate of Oman won seven awards at the 3rd GCC eGovernmentAward, Conference and Exhibition in Dubai on Monday. The awards were announced on the first day of the event honouring the leading eServices and the outstanding ICT solutions across the
Muscat's latest centre for visual arts, Stal Gallery, opened on Sunday evening with an exhibition by a group of leading Arab artists. Located in Madinat Sultan Qaboos, the gallery is funded by the Al Serkal family from Dubai, who are big supporters
In a final verdict issued by the Khasab Appeal Court, 30 Omani nationals accused of firing celebratory shots in the air at a wedding and later trespassing at Taybat and Khasab police stations, were awarded one-and-a-half-year long jail terms.
Abdul Kuddus Mizi, the injured Bangladeshi worker who has been bedridden in a hospital in a miserable condition for the last six months, would now be able to fly back home soon. The Times of Oman's story about him was picked up by the Bangladeshi