China bookings hit amidst Coronavirus outbreak
“We are getting cancellations from business travellers. This is not the season for leisure travel to China from India, but even leisure travellers are apprehensive about future bookings,” Bigbreaks.com managing director Kapil Goswamy said. “It is not a positive signal.”
Surajkund mela in Feb, Tulips in April & Biennale in December: Here's a round-up of local fests happening in 2020.
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CM Yogi plans Ganga yatra to mark 3 yrs in office
Nearing the completion of three years in office in March, Uttar Pradesh chief minister Yogi...
Yashwant Sinha announces Yatra against CAA through six states
The campaign, organised under the banner of his organisation Rashtra Manch, will be called 'Gandhi Shanti Yatra', Sinha told. The Yatra will start at Mumbai's Apollo Bunder on January 9, pass through Maharashtra, Gujarat, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Harayana and Delhi and cover a distance of over 3,000 km, Yashwant Sinha said.
Centre standing on brink of bankruptcy: Yashwant Sinha
Former BJP leader Yashwant Sinha asserted that the economy was passing through its "worst-ever crisis" due to the "death of demand" in sectors. He was speaking on the sidelines of his "Gandhi Shanti Yatra" against Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) and National Register of Citizens (NRC). Sinha served as finance minister of India during 1998-2002.
Govt's 'dictatorship' should be fought with non-violence: Sharad Pawar
He was speaking after flagging of the 'Gandhi Shanti Yatra' of former Union minister Yashwant Sinha in the city, where former Maharashtra chief minister and Congress leader Prithviraj Chavan and state minister Nawab Malik were present.
IRCTC to run 2 Bharat Darshan special trains from Tirunelveli
Two Bharat Darshan Special tourist trains from here covering Jyotirlinga temples and Ramayana related places across the country would be operated by the Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation Limited (IRCTC), an official said on Tuesday.
Akhilesh Yadav to embark on statewide cycle yatra
Akhilesh Yadav had embarked on a cycle yatra in the state was in 2012 after which the party came to power with a comfortable majority. The former CM seems elated at the results of the recent by-elections where his party won 3 seats.
How the collapse of Thomas Cook UK and Cox & Kings helped India's travel businesses
Plenty of new entrants — some of them like FCM or TUI are foreign majors, others like Kesari and Club7 or Akbar Online are Indian companies — are stepping up the value chain, unveiling new foreign tour packages. And, by all accounts, many new entrepreneurs continue to flock to the outbound-travel business. All this, even as dark clouds hovered over the industry in the year gone by.
View: From protests to chai, facial recognition is creeping up on us
Just last month, newspapers reported that Delhi Police used facial recognition to identify “habitual protestors” and “rowdy elements”. At the PM’s rally on December 22, it was used to deny entry to “miscreants who could raise slogans and banners”.
Take up pisciculture, go for solar energy: Nitish Kumar to farmers
He said farmers should be motivated to do plantations on the borders or embankments of the ponds and other waterlogged areas
Bengal BJP to take out 10-day Gandhi Sankalp Yatra from October 15
In all, the rallies will cover a distance of 6,500 km in the state over a period of 10 days," Ghosh stated, adding the administration would be informed about the yatra and its course in advance.
UP sanctions Rs 30L for documenting Lord Ram’s global footprint
The Yogi Adityanath government has allotted Rs 30 lakh to a research institute in Ayodhya, the Ayodhya Shodh Sansthan, and released the first instalment of Rs 15 lakh for documenting ‘Ram Sanskriti Ki Vishwa Yatra’ (international journey of the legend of Lord Ram).
How Hemant Soren became the face of change against BJP’s Raghubar Das
JMM took on every policy of the BJP government. It effectively attacked the amendments in the Chhotanagpur Tenancy Act.
Good to see PM intervening in economy, we wait to see action: Ajay Piramal
A lot of changes have taken place in the environment for doing business in India. All of these measures are geared towards improving corporate governance practices. Sometimes, one may feel that the changes which are being suggested are much too rapid and these could have been put in place more gradually but this is the way the world will be.
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