CG Hospitality acquires The Farm at San Benito, launches $ 500 million fund for assets in Europe
The Farm at San Benito, a property located near Manila in the Philippines, was acquired from Avalon Holiday Resorts owned by Naresh Khattar.
Himalayas were born 47 million years ago: Study
The team of Australian and US scientists believe the collision occurred 47 million years ago ...
Challenging the limits: Identify a sport you like, and plan your next getaway at a tournament
Surfing is one of the best ways to enjoy the be...
Amarnath Yatra remains interrupted due to landslides and shooting stones
Three pilgrims died and four other persons suffered injuries when they came under a landslide between Brarimarg and Railpathri on Baltal route.
Government finishing Ganga in Himalayas itself: Sharad Yadav
"In the garb of Namami Gange and Ganga Rejuvenation programme, the government is planning to finish the Ganga in the Himalayas itself," Yadav said.
China says Nepal a natural area for cooperation with India
In 2016 Nepal's then prime minister, K.P. Sharma Oli, sealed deals with Beijing to use Chinese roads and ports, seeking to reduce Nepal's dependence on India.
Only 25% of original habitats have survived in East Himalayas: WWF
Only 25 per cent of the original habitats in the eastern Himalayas remain intact and hundreds of species in the region face threat.
Only 25 pc of original habitats have survived in East Himalayas: WWF
The latest regional species discovery report--'Hidden Himalayas: Asia's Wonderland', a World Wildlife Fund's (WWF) Living Himalayas initiative, while celebrating the discovery of 200 new species between 2009 and 2014, has also expressed concern over depletion of original habitats due to industrial growth, mining and climate change.
Rejuvenate yourself: Try the best getaways for girls on Women’s Day
More and more women are taking to solo explorations.
Sneezing monkey among 200 new species discovered in Himalayas
A snub-nosed monkey that sneezes when it rains, a walking fish and a jewel-like snake are among more than 200 new species discovered in the fragile eastern Himalayas.
Tourism in India is booming. But why is everyone so worried?
In less than 10 years, the World Travel & Tourism Council expects India to become the fourth-largest travel and tourism economy behind China, US and Germany.
Guitar gives CEO of Himalaya Drug Philipe Haydon a high
Haydon's journey both corporate (at Himalaya) and musical – started in 1980 in Ahmedabad. Then he played for a band called Hammersmith.
Himalaya plans scaling up e-com biz, targets Rs 100 crore by 2018
The Rs 2,000-crore company launched sales through its online portal himalayahealthcare.com in 2008, which it subsequently rebranded to himalayastore.com.
Controversies hurt Johnson & Johnson’s sales in India
Baby talc and medical device quality issues have finally taken their toll on Johnson & Johnson.
Not become a full-time politician: Rajinikanth
"I have not announced my party. I don't want to say anything about politics (now)," Rajinikanth told reporters at the Dayanand Saraswati Ashram.
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