Brace yourselves, everyone! The excitement is building up. On June 11, the world's attention will be shifted to Johannesburg, South Africa, for the start of the most watched sporting competition in the world.
A few weeks ago, I received a frantic call from one of my colleagues asking me to come and pick her up at her bank immediately. Without asking any questions, I got into my car and drove to her rescue.
A few days ago, people gathered in thousands of cities around the globe to celebrate World Health Day. In Salalah, unlike most years, the event did not go by unnoticed.
Before I elaborate any further, I hope all the men reading this column are thanking their lucky stars and counting their blessings for being able to simply throw on a pair of shorts and go for a jog, or play soccer barefoot on the beach at sunset. Women can only dream of being so privileged.
It's no big secret that the number of people diagnosed with cancer nowadays in Oman and worldwide is increasing on a frighteningly rapid basis.