Michael Sandel, a political philosopher at Harvard, known as the ‘moral rock star’ has written a new book “What Money Can’t Buy: The Moral Limits of Markets”, in which
Oman has a rich tradition in pottery and Bahla occupies a place of pride in the region.
Last year an exhibition showcasing Oman’s traditional irrigation method, called falaj system, which is still extant even today, was held at the Biosphere Center at Arizona University in the U
NEW YORK: Hundreds gathered in New York over the weekend for a convention celebrating origami, the ancient Asian art of paper folding, as the craft gains increasing recognition as serious art in th
GAZA CITY, Palestinian Territories: Tens of thousands of jubilant Palestinians celebrated into the early hours yesterday after a 23-year-old Gazan singer won the prestig
Tabuk is one of the leading tourist and commercial centers in the Kingdom.
TOKYO: American jazz legend Cecil Taylor was among three winners of an annual Japanese award for global achievement.
LONDON: Wimbledon, the world’s oldest tennis championship, is embracing new technology with an iPad app to appeal to a younger audience.
LOS ANGELES: “Jenny from the Block” has a spot on the most famous block of all — the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Growing up in Trinidad and Tobago, Makeba Gabriel imagined to be a part of Carnival activities. Running away with the circus never crossed her mind.
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