OPINION

Word on the street: Developing taxi services

Word on the street: Developing taxi services

Public opinion on the streets of Muscat.

Commercial Fraud: Between exploitation and profit

By Taymora al Ghawi

Human life is a process of give and take. It is a relation between a buyer and seller, only for continuity. The seller has some products to sell it, he tries to enhance more consumer to buy from him using as many ways as possible. A new concept of selling goods appears which depend on giving fake and finished products. This concept called “Commercial Fraud”. Commercial Fraud is a problem which many companies and sellers have these days; it is the use of deception in the trade. Why they do it? No one knows except them. And what are the punishments for those who try to sell unusable products.

Towards finding a solution for unemployed youth

By Omeira al Hattali

The slump in oil prices has thrown up several problems especially for oil-exporting countries, the major one being unemployment. The Sultanate of Oman is no exception to this growing number of unemployed. Plummeting oil prices and declining revenues has put severe constraints on the employment front both in the government as well as the private sector. The worst-hit are the fresh graduates who would have otherwise dreamed of a world of opportunities awaiting them once they graduate.

Letter to the Editor: PAEW issues clarification

(Muscat Daily, February 15, page 3)

We would like to thank you and all the employees at Muscat Daily for the best efforts and continuous support to Public Authority for Electricity and Water (PAEW) by covering its events and publishing the press releases.

Letter to the Editor: The plastics calamity

Phobias are very common in human beings. I too have mine, the fear of lizards. The sight of even a tiny one anywhere, compels me to move away from that place. Once my dad noticed me doing so and said, “You are not only the living being on this planet.”

Citizen Journalist: Pipe burst in Azaiba floods street

Citizen Journalist: Pipe burst in Azaiba floods street

Water from this wadi in Azaiba has been overflowing onto the road for weeks. This is causing hindrance to both motorists and pedestrians.

Word on the street: Effects of fuel price rise

Word on the street: Effects of fuel price rise

Public opinion on the streets of Muscat.

Letter to the editor: War crimes should be stopped

According to a recent report released by Amnesty International, some 13,000 people have been tortured and hanged during the five years of continuing unrest in Syria.



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