OPINION

Letter to the editor: Use of Internet and mobile phones, an obsession among students

The latest research indicates that the use of Internet and mobile phones has become an obsession with students and may be considered as one of the biggest non-drug addictions of the century.

Letters to the Editor: Inclusion important for peace

I am responding to a recent article regarding the EU court ruling headscarf bans as legal and upholding European values. The vision of the EU is an admirable one. It aims to create an environment where all citizens are equal and feel equal. Nations are strong and peaceful when everyone feels included and valued.

Word on the street: Technology and education

Word on the street: Technology and education

Public opinion on the streets of Muscat.

Letter to the editor: Kudos to Muscat

As my relationship entered the 16th year with this city of the Arabian Peninsula, I felt blessed and blissfully happy while reading the million-dollar news of the day ‘Muscat ranked third in Arab world in quality of life: Mercer’.

Global trade desperately needed a boost, and it just got one

Global trade desperately needed a boost, and it just got one

Article by Natalie Blyth, global head of trade and receivables finance, HSBC

Word on the street: Use of drones

Word on the street: Use of drones

Public opinion on the streets of Muscat.

Women’s rights are human rights

Women’s rights are human rights

Perhaps no issue on the global agenda is more susceptible to manipulation by grandstanding demagogues than refugees and migrants. ‘Us’ versus ‘them’ is a timeless if irresponsible unifier, used throughout history to obscure our common humanity by those with dangerously self-serving interests. The difference now is that more people are on the move than ever before, and in an era when storylines spread with viral speed, we see xenophobia rising and too often erupting into violence.

Word on the street: Increase in corporate tax

Public opinion on the streets of Muscat.



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