The ROP has said that 116 infiltrators of various nationalities were deported last week and 58 others arrested from across the country.
The ongoing Food Safety Week has affirmed the need to have stricter control over the market in the interest of public health.
Experts in Oman are conducting a study to find out if climate change over the Atlantic and Pacific oceans has any effect on Oman’s climate.
The Muscat Electricity Distribution Company (MEDC) has said that it will start imposing fines on electricians who don’t meet the guidelines on internal electrical work in new buildings.
A teacher of Indian School Sur, who had stabbed her husband leading to his death, will be deported to India on Thursday after serving a commuted sentence. The Court of Appeals in Sur, in its April 14 order, commuted her sentence to six months. A previous court had awarded the 40 year old teacher five years in prison.
Ernest & Young (EY) recently hosted its third annual Student Excellence Awards to recognise Omani students who have achieved outstanding results in the fields of accounting and finance, business management, and information technology (IT).
Representatives from various government and private institutions participated in the three-day symposium on Excellence in eGovernment which concluded on Wednesday.
The Oud Hobbyists Association of the Sultan Qaboos Center for Culture and Sciences recently organised a concert by renowned oud artiste Dr Ahmed Fathi, at the Diwan of Royal Court’s Oases Club in Azaiba.