OPINION

Word on the street: Drop in house rents

Public opinion on the streets of Muscat

The English Language

The British Empire, which once ruled the world, uses a language known as English. Former Prime Minister Winston Churchill wrote his memoirs using 1500 different words only. The usage of a relatively restricted language allowed the British government to ensure that in its colonies, people from an immense variety of origin, could communicate together.

Word on the street: Ban on private tuitions

Public opinion on the streets of Muscat

Word on the street: Counselling services in schools

Word on the street: Counselling services in schools

Public opinion on the streets of Muscat

Digital knights

Kerala floods - A true story

Letters to the editor: Spreading fake messages

A few days ago, a WhatsApp forward message alerted that flights from Kozhikode in Kerala airport are overbooked and the airport will be crowded for a few days.

Word on the street: Conserving energy

Word on the street: Conserving energy

Public opinion on the streets of Muscat

Choosing leaders - Think before you elect

Since the beginning of humanity, and the development of populations, people tried to get organised in order to make a decision. Rather than all talking at the same time, they decided to have representatives, talking on their behalf.



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