An online platform that is initiated and run by Omani youth in order to present Oman in different angles and time frames, it is meant to be an inspirational platform from which it expresses the unique historical, artistic and cultural diversity as well as the contemporary lifestyle, the structure of the society, events, activities and everyday news.
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The Ministry of Transport, Communications, and Information Technology has invited investors to submit their proposals to manage, operate and develop Port Khasab and Port Shinas.
Nasima bint Yahya al Balushi, head of the national campaign team at MCIIP, commented on the "Made in Oman" campaign, pointing out that Omani goods have earned a strong reputation abroad for their quality. Locally produced construction materials, food, and various other goods are currently exported to over 130 countries worldwide."
Saeed bin Abdullah Al-Hashami grew up in Wadi Mastal’s villages in the State of Wadi Al-Ma’awil. He spent his early life in the village of Baadia which lies between the majestic mountains, then he moved between the villages and decided to moved out of the village he grew up in; “to make a living between several villages close by and finally I settled in Al-Ghabara in Wadi Mastel.”View More