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Friday, October 31, 2014  
Public sector told to keep pace with private sector
The public sector through innovation needs to keep pace with the rapid development happening in the private sector which was offering some high quality services. Public sector innovation is about offering better and more efficient services and improving lives, HH Sayyid Faisal Al Said, Ithraa director-general for marketing and media, said at the Oman Competitiveness Forum 2014 on Wednesday. more...
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Sunaidy, Rajnath sign judicial, legal cooperation agreement
A Judicial and Legal Cooperation Agreement on criminal issues was signed at the Home Ministry in New Delhi on Wednesday between the Sultanate’s more...
Fair trial forum starts today
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 MIDDLE EAST
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Factional warfare in Libya is pushing the oil producer “very close to the point of no return”, the UN special envoy to the country said on Tuesday with efforts to bring about a ceasefire and political dialogue showing no result. more...
24,000 Gaza workers get pay in boost to Palestinian unity
Hezbollah dug tunnels to Israel, says army general
House rejects Rowhani nominee for minister again
 BUSINESS
No need to panic, feels Opec
There is no need to panic at the recent drop in oil prices, the secretary general of Opec said on Wednesday, saying low prices more...
India retains top slot in most confident consumer market: Nielsen
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 SPORTS
Mario finally breaks goal drought
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Relief for Dortmund as they cruise through
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AS a Japanese schoolgirl in the 1970s, Kazumi Kaminaga had never seen something as cute as Hello Kitty when she first laid eyes on the moon-faced, mouthless character in a shop. more...
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White House computer system breached
US government buildings put on high terrorism alert
Iraq army closes in on militia-held Baiji refinery
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Obama calls on Americans to help check Ebola
Middle East
Violence pushes Libya to point of no return: UN
24,000 Gaza workers get pay in boost to Palestinian unity
Hezbollah dug tunnels to Israel, says army general
House rejects Rowhani nominee for minister again
Business
No need to panic, feels Opec
India retains top slot in most confident consumer market: Nielsen
Indian banks’ soured loans rise to 3-year high
Japan factory output records biggest jump in eight months
Japan factory output records biggest jump in eight months
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Enrique unaware of Messi’s painkiller
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