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In FY17 hotel occupancies hit 9-year high of 65%
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In FY17 hotel occupancies hit 9-year high of 65%

Corporate clients form more than half of the business for most branded hotels, especially in cities. A double-digit tariff growth, the first after a nine-year gap, is welcoming branded hotels in 2018. Hotels have been able to negotiate a tariff increase of up to 15 per cent in their contracts with corporate clients for the calendar year 2018.   Corporate clients form more than half of the business for most branded hotels, especially in cities. “Hotels have successfully negotiated ... Rediff.com, 2 months ago

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Hitch-hiking with Salman

The lasting influence of Amitabh Bachchan's Supremo, a taste of Tom Alter, Padmaavat's best scene and more in Sukanya Verma's Super-Filmi Week.   Monday While searching for a file in the cabinet, I come across the husband's neatly bound copy of old comics. What catches my eye straightaway is an illustration of a masked man in a pink bodysuit sporting a kilt tucked under a belt holster. Any 1980s Indian kid will recognise this description. But for those who came in late, I am talking about ...
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The reality of Indian realty: More downs than ups

'Most real estate companies, were listed during the period of irrational exuberance. The sector at the time was at a peak after seeing steady growth over the last seven years. Hence, a correction was inevitable.' 'These companies listed at significant premiums to their future cash flows and net asset values. Analysts were valuing returns even on future cash flows.' Raghavendra Kamath reports on what ails India's real estate sector. The collapse of Lehman Brothers and the global financial ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago

Rajasthan Royals: New book reveals anecdotes of spot-fixing days

When a top official of Rajasthan Royals team management was informed about the arrest of three of its players in the wake of 2013 spot-fixing scandal, he thought someone was pulling off a prank but just that it turned out to be much more serious, reveals a ...
 Deccan Herald3 weeks ago
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Indians are so good at Maths, Physics, Stephen Hawking said in 2001

British physicist Stephen Hawking , who came to India on a 16-day long tour in January 2001, praised mathematical skills of Indians, but debunked astrology alongwith some of Albert Einstein’s theories. He told president K R Narayanan, “Indians are ...
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In Pictures: Shah Rukh Khan to Rekha: B-Town bids farewell to Sridevi

The mortal remains of Indian film icon Sridevi, whose sudden death triggered a frenzy of grief, was flown back to Mumbai last night after Dubai authorities determined that she had accidentally drowned in her hotel bathtub. Family members, including her ...
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I 'love' Indian media: Trump Jr.

[USA], Feb 25 (ANI): United States President Donald Trump's son Donald Trump Jr. has underscored that he "loved" Indian media as compared to the "aggressive and brutal" American media. Trump Jr. said, "I am the first person in the history of India to say I ...
 Sify1 month ago Easier to do business in India than China: Trump Jr.  Sify1 month ago Trump Jr. launches luxurious residential project in Pune  Sify1 month ago Trump Jr praises 'smiling' poor people of India  Rediff.com1 month ago
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This PadMan from Jharkand has a message for Modi

"Menstruation is not a disease. Every woman goes through once a month." "Think about your mother, sister, daughter and your wife. If they don't have access to napkins during menstruation, it could lead to urinary tract infections.""In villages, women die due to poor hygiene and no one talks about it. It's high time, we all came together and did something about it in our own little way." Rediff.com's Divya Nair finds out why Mangesh Jha, 29, is rightfully called the PadMan of Jharkhand. ...
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