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Barka residents also complained of water shortage while speaking to the Times of Oman.

M U S C A T A I R P O R T F L Y O V E R P R O J E C T S QUEUEING FOR WORK: Workers board a bus in a hurry to reach their workplace in Muscat.

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������ ������� 48 THURSDAY, May 28, 2015 / 9 Sha’aban 1436 AH facebook.com/timesofoman twitter.com/timesofoman blog.ISO 9008 Certified Company 82 DIGEST VIDEO S CA N T H I S Q R CO D E TO I N STA N T LY L AU N C H T H E V I D EO Top stories in one minute with our new daily Digest It’s that time of the year again, when staying cool seems to be the main aim (or obsession) of Muscat residents.

KEEPING YOUR COOL THIS SUMMER Grab your THURSDAY MAGAZINE today for a refreshing weekend read HM sends greetings MUSCAT: His Majesty Sultan Qaboos bin Said has sent a ca- ble of congratulations to Presi- dent Dr Mulatu Teshome of the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia on the occasion of his country’s National Day.

Ismail Al Balushi said SEZAD is keen on providing facilities to investors, whether from inside or outside the Sultanate, and added that it has established two one- stop stations in the governorates of Muscat and Al Wusta.

He said that officials at Iskan Oman are in the final stages of constructing a private hospital, through an Omani-Kuwaiti joint venture, which is expected to open next year.

Only a few go for the jobs which are mentioned on the la- bour card. The agent who hires us keeps 400 baizas,” said the worker who was waiting to be picked by his agent.

Majority are ready to take up any kind of offer,” a Bang- ladeshi worker said on the condi- tion of anonymity. Meanwhile, another worker told Times of Oman, “I was told that it’s free visa.

- Photo: Cio Datan SCAN THIS QR CODE TO INSTANTLY LAUNCH VIDEO W W W. C O M A2 T H U R S DAY, M AY 2 8 , 2 0 1 5 OMAN SEND US YOUR VIEWS AND COMMENTS OMR1.7b spent so far on Duqm’s infrastructure MUSCAT: About OMR1.7 billion has so far been spent by the gov- ernment on the infrastructure of Special Economic Zone Author- ity Duqm (SEZAD), including the dock, the port and the internal roads of the region, Ismail bin Ahmed Al Balushi, deputy CEO of SEZAD, said in an interview.

This is in addition to the sums paid by Omran for build- ing A’Duqm Crowne Plaza and Al Madinah hotels, he added.

SEZAD was established in 2011 to regular- ise investments in the zone, which stretches over 1,745 kilometres.

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