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Written By: Times of Oman Under the patronage of His Highness Sayyid Theyazin bin Haitham bin Tarik Al Said, Minister of Culture, Sports and Youth, Oman Post in collaboration with Oman Cricket, issued a new stamp commemorating Oman hosting its first ICC Men's T20 World Cup 2021. The historic occasion marks the Sultanate’s rise in cricket on-and-off the field after hosting the curtain raiser among other matches for this international event at the lush green field of the Oman Cricket Academy Ground at Al ...
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    By: Times of Oman  Muscat: After a difficult 2020, the outlook for Oman’s economy is improving, with gross domestic product (GDP) growth expected to rebound to 2.1 per cent in 2021 and to 3.1 per cent on average in 2022-24, according to a new report. This is on the back of a combination of higher oil and gas output as well as the government’s wide-ranging structural reform programmes, the National Bank of Kuwait (NBK) said in its report. Short-term headwinds are expected, however, from the large fiscal ...
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    By: Times of Oman BARCELONA: Al-Faisal Al-Zubair and Andy Soucek recovered well from first lap drama to finish the first of two International GT Open races in fifth place in Barcelona on Saturday. The Lechner Racing Porsche 911 GT3 R crew climbed two places from seventh on the grid to earn more valuable experience and championship points, but a sixth-placed finish for rivals Michele Beretta and Frederick Schandorff sealed the 2021 title for the Vincenzo Sospiri Racing Lamborghini crew. Omani Doctors:this Product Is Got ...
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    Muscat, 21 Oct (ONA) --- Acting in cooperation with the Ministry of Heritage and Tourism, the Archaeology Department at the College of Arts and Social Sciences, Sultan Qaboos University (SQU), discovered the most ancient Omani incense burner, dated more than 4,500 years ago. The antique was unearthed at the village of Dahwa, 24 kilometres west of Saham, North Al Batinah after eight years ofexcavation that led to the discovery of many relics, among them forts, aflaj "ancient irrigation system," cemeteries, mines and human settlements dating backing to ...
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    By: Times of Oman Research into the rock carvings left behind by ancient civilisations reveals interesting facets of lives in Arabia during those times. Muscat: Ancient rock formations and centuries-old artefacts found in the Sultanate of Oman point to the historical richness of the country that stretches across millennia. A group of Omani researchers has conducted investigations into the rock carvings left behind by ancient civilisations that once inhabited Arabia. Their findings reveal deep connections between the ...
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