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Shalini Dasgupta

Shalini Dasgupta

L’Inde s’ouvre au végétalisme

L’Inde s’ouvre au végétalisme

June 6, 2017

Le végétalisme, une pratique de consommation excluant les produits animaux, se popularise en Inde et le nombre des adeptes du « Mouvement végétalien indien » augmente.

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For the love of Chamba Lama

For the love of Chamba Lama

June 3, 2017

Silver junk lovers of Kolkata wade through the overflowing streets of New Market to reach this vibrant shop standing tall and proud in a dimly lit corner of Hogg Market. Yes, Chamba Lama is the one stop destination for all your junk needs.

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US laptop ban might expand across all international flights

US laptop ban might expand across all international flights

June 1, 2017

From what is being publicised as a means to ‘raise the bar’ on aviation security, the US Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly declared considering a ban on laptops in airline cabins across all international flights irrespective of the country, as an extension to the present...

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Shifting SME Financing Tectonic
Behen Hogi Teri’s Poster War

Behen Hogi Teri’s Poster War

May 31, 2017

Debutant director Ajay K Pannalal and producer Tony D’Souza were arrested for hurting religious sentiments amidst the buzz surrounding the release of their film Behen Hogi Teri. The bone of contention was regarding a digital poster that was shared on social media by the fi...

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Foreign Players owning Indian aircrafts can pose security threats

Foreign Players owning Indian aircrafts can pose security threats

May 30, 2017

The Federation of Indian Airlines (FIA) vehemently protested the government’s plan to allow 100 pc Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in scheduled Indian carriers as it could pose a serious security threat to the country’s national security.

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Indian outbound tourists grow in number

Indian outbound tourists grow in number

May 26, 2017

India is the fastest growing outbound market, ranked next to China with a prediction to grow 50 million by 2020 as per the United Nations World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO), despite the hurdles and challenges.

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Germany to conduct roadshow in India

Germany to conduct roadshow in India

May 24, 2017

The German National Tourist Office (GNTO) Director-India, Romit Theophilus confirmed the three-city road-show in India during the first week of September to commemorate the growing number of Indian travellers to Germany.

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Foods to avoid during the Indian summer

Foods to avoid during the Indian summer

May 20, 2017

The Indian Summers are hot, humid and long-lasting thereby demanding extra attention to what we put into our mouths. The healthiest way to survive the tropical summer is to eat light and stay hydrated.

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Himalayan Camps in India set to reopen

Himalayan Camps in India set to reopen

May 16, 2017

The Chamba Camp Thiskey and Diskit, introduced by the ‘Ultimate Travelling Camp’ in Ladakh, provide a perfect amalgamation between nomadic lifestyle and super-luxury stay.

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Four pocket-friendly wedding destinations in India

Four pocket-friendly wedding destinations in India

May 12, 2017

Destination weddings in India are sought after and affordable, providing the perfect platforms to get hitched amidst the colourful fusion of heritage and modern luxury.

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India’s first ATR simulators inaugurated in Gurugram

India’s first ATR simulators inaugurated in Gurugram

May 12, 2017

The Flight Simulation Technique Centre (FSTC) in Gurugram inaugurated two flight simulators recently, announcing them as the country’s first ATR simulators. The facility has also added its second Boeing-737 simulator to the existing three simulators, namely a B-737 simulator an...

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