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Jaipur's Rambagh Palace features in global top 10 heritage hot...

Jaipur's Taj Rambagh Palace hotel was featured in a list of top 10 heritage hotel properties in the world by a British magazine.Declared by the travel publication Travel Weekly on Wednesday, Rambagh Palace was ranked sixth and is the only Indian heritage ... Prokerala, 2 months ago

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The hotelier who broke the mould

Dominic Jose understood that luxury has a new definition.It's not ostentation, but the experience that matters.Anjuli Bhargava on the hotelier who made home-grown tourism a grand success.   Life usually refuses to go the way you planned it. Out of Loyola College in Chennai and working for A F Ferguson's in Mumbai, Jose Dominic had his life charted out. The West beckoned and he was set to leave for Dubai or the United States, with his wife in tow, to make a career for himself in consulting ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Footfall in Mysuru Palace, Zoo soars over long weekend

An extended weekend (April 29 to May 1) brought cheers to the tourism sector with lakhs of people thronging the heritage city to enjoy their vacations. The footfall was high due to public holidays on Saturday (Basava jayanti), Sunday and Monday (May Day).
 Deccan Herald1 month ago

Rajasthan saves 496 vends, seals 225 others

The state excise department has sealed 225 bars in hotels, restaurants and clubs after the Supreme Court's order. The government, however, had declared state highways as urban roads or district roads one week ahead of SCs order and managed to save 496 of its ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago

Muslim-majority Arab countries join yoga day celebrations

Muslim-majority countries Egypt and the UAE joined the world in celebrating the third International Yoga Day with a large number of people performing yogic asanas which have gained popularity in the two Arab countries over the years. In Egypt, the most ...
 Deccan Herald6 hours ago
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In ecologically fragile Himachal, NGT orders illegal Kasauli resorts to be demolished

The recent order by the National Green Tribunal (NGT) on the demolition of five illegal resorts in the tourist destination of Kasauli is simply an illustration of how policy makers have failed the people of the state by playing into the hands of those out to ...
 catchnews.com2 weeks ago

Brands Forever

When India opened up its automotive sector in the mid-1980s, the country’s largest scooter manufacturer, Bajaj Auto, confronted a predicament similar to what many companies in emerging-markets or EMs face. Global behemoth, Japan’s Honda, was entering the ...
 The Financial Chronicle2 weeks ago
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Mamata Banerjee has 'concrete' plans for Tagore's dream

During her visit to Birbhum district for an administrative meeting, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee visited the Khowai area in this land of red soil and announced that the picturesque beauty of Khowai, which attracts tourists from across the globe, ...
 DNA3 weeks ago
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Why giant hands are emerging from the water in Venice

Two giant hands support the façade of Palazzo Morosini Sagredo (also known as Ca’ Sagredo) in Venice, Italy. This is Support, a temporary artwork by artist Lorenzo Quinn that was inaugurated on May 13 and will run until November 26 2017. ‘Support’ sees two large hands emerge from Venice’s Grand Canal to protect, and as the name suggests, support the historic Ca’ Sagredo Hotel. According to the artist, the hands symbolise tools that can both destroy the ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

He knew what made India 'India'

Martand Singh, the master of weaves, took India to the world, notes Ritika Kochhar.Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com Design curator and writer Mayank Mansingh Kaul says Martand Singh 'Mapu' was foundational to his work. "For my generation, his work was the benchmark that brought the rigour of thorough research and expert execution together, with great imaginative and creative leaps," he says. It's hard to think of national icons outside politics, movies and sports, but in the passing of ...
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