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Saturday, October 25, 2014  

Founder and Chairman

Mohammed Bin Suleiman Al Taie

 

Editor-in-Chief

Abdul Hamied Bin Suleiman Al Taie

 

Editor

Ajith Das

editor@omantribune.com

 

A note from the Editor

 

Dear reader

 

Oman Tribune is the No.1 English newspaper for decision-makers in Oman. Omani nationals and residents from different countries in the high-income bracket have consistently expressed their preference for Oman Tribune when it comes to quality and extent of news coverage, layout and, above all, availability at their doorstep every morning.


Since its launch on September 1, 2004, Oman Tribune has been giving readers top-of-the-line articles and graphics from exclusive services such as New York Times, Harvard Business Review, McClatchy Tribune News Service and Graphic News.


Oman Tribune is also the No.1 favourite of the diplomatic community in Muscat. Diplomats particularly like one of the USPs of the newspaper, its editorial and Op-Ed pages. Oman Tribune is the only paper in town offering an opinion to readers everyday on a topical international or local issue. These pages carry articles by leading columnists and also weekly columns by our writers in Islamabad (Pakistan) and Amsterdam and New Delhi.


For Indian investors, the Business Section offers a big spread, thanks to the tieup with the Hindu Business Line.


Oman Tribune recognises the need for readers to have a good laugh even as they are absorbing serious information. The most hilarious comic strips in town are found only in Oman Tribune.

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