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Trump’s trade terror tactics

Trump’s trade terror tactics

March 13, 2020

Hundreds of millions of the world’s poor could be badly hit by Donald Trump’s distorted vision of the global economy and trade. Last month, United States President Donald Trump abruptly ‘reclassified’ over half a dozen nations in terms of their economic status. Overnight,...

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Exodus of Kashmiri pandits

Exodus of Kashmiri pandits

January 24, 2020

In the year 1990, Kashmiri pandits had witnessed a hysterical, macabre night in the form of blaring threats and slogans, asking them to either convert to Islam or face death. Most of them fled their home for centuries to find shelter as refugees in other parts of India.

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Liberte: A Call to Spy brings the tale of bravery to limelight

Liberte: A Call to Spy brings the tale of bravery to limelight

January 6, 2020

There are some who are celebrated worldwide for their achievements and then there are those who go unnoticed. One such unsung hero is Noor-un-nisa Inayat Khan.

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Interview with Vishal Bhatia, VisitBritain
Traveller’s diary: in and around London

Traveller’s diary: in and around London

February 8, 2018

The memories of London induce nostalgia for the feeling of belongingness to a city which fuses modernity with age-old culture so neatly, that it appears to be a different era altogether.

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Ayurbodha launched at WTM London

Ayurbodha launched at WTM London

November 15, 2017

Kerala Tourism aims to tap state’s Ayurvedic culture to boost tourism

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How Airports Make Money in India?

How Airports Make Money in India?

October 31, 2017

The understanding of sustained financial health in the Indian aviation sector, especially at airports, still remains a challenge in India. With non-aeronautical revenue such as retail or advertising coming to rescue over the years, it is quite intriguing to appreciate how the Ind...

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AAI’s Hidden Tool:Marketing

AAI’s Hidden Tool:Marketing

October 31, 2017

Privatisation of airports has led to airport authorities all over the word stepping up their game when it comes to marketing, and Airports Authority of India (AAI) is no exception as they have been taking progressive steps in this department. In 1987 when the United Kingdom sold ...

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Where are Indians travelling for business?

Where are Indians travelling for business?

August 25, 2017

While India's tech sector is still the major driver of India's business travel; recent data by American Express Global Business Travel reveals the top destinations booked by Indians for business; domestically as well as globally.

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Speculation over Tata Group acquiring Air India

Speculation over Tata Group acquiring Air India

June 29, 2017

One of India's biggest conglomerates, Tata Group's acquisition of India's flagship carrier Air India is now a nationwide speculation; however, the odds of reclaiming a debt-laden company on top of Tata's existing dire ventures looks more fictional than enterprising.

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Ashwini Lohani

Ashwini Lohani

June 14, 2017

The airline is aiming to open new routes internationally and especially regionally, so as to compete with new players and satisfy increasing demand in the sector, says Lohani. Although Air India still has on-time performance issues and a massive debt, the chairman and managing di...

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Jerome de Chassey

Jerome de Chassey

June 14, 2017

Smiths Detection products are present everywhere in India, especially our X-ray scanners are likely to have been used by a number of people at some point or the other, however, we are looking to solidify and expand our operations in India, says Chassey. Operating in India for mor...

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