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 • Indian American Rajiv Shah to head Obama's agro-research
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 • Two Malaysian Indian women in Karachi jail for drug smuggling
 • Indian immigrant reunited with wife, son, after 23 years
 • 'Canada's bureaucracy spoiling ties with India over Kashmir'
 • Lucknow and Brisbane to become sister cities
 • NRI arrested for raping minor daughter in Punjab
 • Don't blame us, Malaysian police tell people of Indian origin
 • India tops remittances in 2008, fall predicted in 2009: World Bank
 • Delay levy on firms for employing foreign workers: Malaysian minister
 • Indian American finds mastermind behind formation of our skin
 • Growing demand among NRIs to become overseas citizens of India
 • Indian-led study finds clues to sudden death of healthy people
 • Off duty woman cop crashes, killing 4 Indian students in US
 • Indian-origin woman jailed for benefit fraud
 • Britain confirms migrant tax amid anti-foreigner warning
 • Air India's Hyderabad-Chicago flight from March 29
 • Learn English or face denial of citizenship: Canada
 • No need to rename Little India, say Malaysian Indians
 • As US firms cut foreign hires, Indian, Chinese students plan return
 • US move to cut back foreign student hires to hurt economy: study
 • Malaysian police nab Indian man after finding drugs in TV set
 • Italy knights Indian wine expert Subhash Arora
 • Obama's Indian American info czar back at job
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The Sultanate of Oman, occupying the south-eastern section of the Arabian Peninsula, is a culturally rich country with some of the most magnificent natural scenery in the world. Its long history and ancient traditions are strengths that have underpinned its modern development guided by its Government, which is led by His Majesty Sultan Qaboos bin Said.

Oman's economy has been transformed from a modest economic base depending on exports of raw materials such as dates, dried limes, fish and leather into a modern and integrated structure that has enabled it to achieve one of the world's highest growth rates. A key to this success has been careful use of oil revenues for infrastructural projects together with development of its non-oil sector. Manufacturing is concentrated at six industrial zones where over 120 factories are presently in operation, involving aluminum, fertiliser, furniture, household utensils, building materials, glassworks and canning. Meanwhile Oman's tourism industry has been developing at a steady pace with visitors showing deep appreciation for the clean, safe, culturally rich and environmentally fascinating attractions of the Sultanate, not to mention the friendly and welcoming attitude of its people.

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