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Hamad bin Mohammed Al Harthy, Vice President of Sales, Indian Subcontinent and Asia-Pacific, Oman Air, said that the needs of passengers are at the fore, according to the media. It has been decided to operate 122 weekly services from Muscat to eight Indian cities. 18 additional services per week have also been decided. There will be 10 services per week to Delhi, Kochi and Chennai. Seven services a week to Bengaluru, Mumbai, Kozhikode and Hyderabad and three services a week to Goa have been decided.
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Meanwhile, the Oman Telecommunications Regulatory Authority said in a statement issued yesterday that the Internet connection should not be shared with neighbors and others. Oman has come up with such a decision in a situation where it has been found that there is a possibility of many problems.
A young man’s exercise by climbing atop the dove of peace in the heart of Kannur city