OPINION

Letters to the Editor

Kathua rape: A blot on Indian secular values

Word on the street: Littering in public places

Public opinion on the streets of Muscat

Oman tourism: 88% of the participants visited Oman for the first time

Oman tourism: 88% of the participants visited Oman for the first time

Officials of 200 French tour operators lauded Oman's tourism potential

ICRC: Why are chemical weapons banned

Johnny Nehme, a CBRN (chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear) advisor at the International Committee of the Red Cross, talks about issues related to chemical weapons

Word on the street: Improving public amenities

Public opinion on the streets of Muscat

Letters to the editor: Excessive usage of Internet

It is true that with the advent of Internet device/technology, our modern-day society has come closer, new horizons of knowledge have opened up and communication between people has become easier and faster. Facts reveal that the use of Internet by social media lovers, more especially the younger generation, over the years, has steadily gone up.

Word on the street: Health concerns in Oman

Word on the street: Health concerns in Oman

Public opinion on the streets of Muscat

Word on the street: Conserving environment

Public opinion on the streets of Muscat



Muscat daily recycle