OPINION

Letters to the Editor: Thank you Oman for being such a lovely host

The headline, ‘Oman among top five safest places in the world for tourists’ (Muscat Daily, April 23, page 1) made me feel very happy for this beautiful country. It helped me to get connected to this land blessed with peace and tranquility all around by the Almighty.

Word on the street: Workplace safety

Public opinion on the streets of Muscat.

Letters to the Editor: Blessed to be in Oman

This refers to the report ‘Oman among top five safest places in the world for tourists’ (Muscat Daily, April 23, page 1). It is really heartening to know that the sultanate is one of the top five safest places for visitors in the world.

No honor in murder

This past week, Twitter users all over the world rose in defence of Dina Ali. Dina was allegedly fleeing to Australia to seek asylum. While in transit in Manila, Philippines, she was held by airport officials on request of the Saudi embassy as they waited for family members to take her back. 

Word on the street: Government vs Private Sector jobs

Word on the street: Government vs Private Sector jobs

Public opinion on the streets of Muscat.

Sur CAS students organise events to create awareness on Down's syndrome

Sur CAS students organise events to create awareness on Down's syndrome

The public relations students of Sur College of Applied Sciences organised a series of events to raise awareness about Down's syndrome children and the need for society to embrace them.

The role of Nissan Patrol in promoting automotive culture in GCC

The invention of the car resulted in transport becoming easier, faster and more efficient, aiding economic and social globalisation. However, the automotive industry itself is not just a result of globalisation but also affected by it. Through global trading networks, automakers can export their cars all over the planet. One of the main players in the automotive industry is the Japanese automaker Nissan.

Letters to the Editor: Whatever happened, just happened

Whatever happened, just happened Over the past few days, I have been rewinding my memories to retrace the path my life has taken to bring me where I am now. It was very surprising to me how, ‘What if...’, The Daily Mood, (Muscat Daily, April 11, 2017), also turned out to be a very beautiful narration of how the writer let her life take its own course.



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