Sun Aug 28 2011
[Muscat: The Public Authority for Consumer Protection (PACP) yesterday seized a number of ready-made garments in the Governorate of Muscat which had ‘improper’ images imprinted on them, violating Islamic values.
PACP officials said the seizure of these items followed the inspections being carried out by the Authority’s inspectors.
The action was taken in response to the reports received via PACP hotlines. Legal measures were initiated against the violating shops, said senior officials, while adding that. PACP has been according top priority to fight all commercial activities that could harm the health or safety of the consumer by conducting inspection campaigns in the local markets.]
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[The Heritage and Culture Ministry is currently preparing to organise the Omani Cultural Days in Sydney from September 26 to 29 as part of the external cultural programmes of the ministry for this year. The ministry has prepared various cultural programmes, which will focus on the Omani cultural achievements, as well as the progress witnessed under the prosperous reign of His Majesty Sultan Qaboos bin Said.
Organising the cultural fiesta in Sydney follows the success achieved by the Omani cultural presentations abroad. Among these programmes was the Omani Cultural Days in Zanzibar staged last July. This cultural programme will also enhance the existing cultural relations between the Sultanate and Australia.]
More of the clothophobia and dawa at "Times of Oman"