Hotels should look to lower their carbon footprint, and protect the ecology.
But things may be changing for the better: more millennials are opting for ‘greener’ holidays, and many resorts, homestays and hotels across the country from Gir and Bandhavgarh to Andamans and Kerala are working to build a conscious client base.
The Paris-based luxury perfume company, which originally began as a tailoring house in England in 1760s, will have two outlets here in the coming year. Erwin Creed, the company's seventh generation perfumer and owner said that the company is focusing on the Asia and Middle-Eastern markets in a big way but will only expand here gradually.
Demand for precious stones in jewellery is growing with urban buyers willing to pay top price for them.
From inhouse organic gardens, strict farm-to-fork policies and consumer awareness and education initiatives to menus built around local, seasonal produce and reducing food loss and wastage, some leading eateries have stepped up their commitment to sustainability, in the process changing the way well-heeled urban Indians dine out.
Two young Kasliwals now hold the reins of a ninth-generation business that counts monarchs, tycoons and celebrities among patrons.
The phenomenon of mini-sized versions has been gaining ground in high-end cosmetic products in India. Cos say the trickle of selling beauty products in mini size is now becoming a flood and brands are cashing in on the millions of Indians.
There are definite signs of a chill in sales this festive season, in line with the slowdown in consumption.
Speedx’s design highs also include creating seven bars in a building for a suiting fabric baron, each bar costing about Rs 9 lakh and one of them even sporting the body of a Lamborghini as bar top.
The NRAI said it continued to remain firm in its belief that Zomato Gold in its current form is an unacceptable proposition.
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