Jalesh Cruises to introduce second ship by October 2020
The growing segments for cruise tourism in the country are wedding, meetings, incentives, conferences and events, and young travellers, Jalesh Cruises Strategic Advisor Rajiv Duggal said. "Destination weddings are now slowly getting extended to cruise as we are witnessing growing interest in the segment and MICE is also a huge segment for us," he added.
Jalesh Cruises is proudly made for Indians
Cruising is a trending ‘Affordable Luxury’ for Indians.
Begging not an offence in Delhi as criminalising it violates fundamental right: High Court
The court further said criminalising begging was a...
How can begging be an offence if govt unable to provide food, jobs: HC
A bench of Acting Chief Justice Gita Mittal and Jusice C Hari Shankar also observed that a person begs only out of "sheer necessity" and not by choice.
Begging should not be a crime if done due to poverty: Govt
The central govt, in an affidavit, said that at present, 20 states and 2 Union territories have either enacted their own anti-beggary legislation or adopted the legislation enacted by other states.
Digvijaya Singh's daughter dies of cancer
She was admitted in Max Hospital, Saket, a few days ago and breathed her last at around 5 AM. She had undergone treatment for the disease in the US as well.
RBI curbs bring about crypto-to-crypto trade
The exchanges call trading between virtual currencies as ‘trading pairs’.
Companies outsource crypto marketing to India
As the agencies use platforms like messaging app Telegram, the ban on cryptocurrency ads by Google and Facebook will have little impact on companies planning for ICOs.
Sales of surveillance cameras are soaring, raising questions about privacy
CCTV clips circulating on Whatsapp have risen capturing incidents that would otherwise have gone unnoticed.
Slack demand, cheaper imports force steel companies like JSW Steel to cut prices
Steel companies have reduced or rolled over prices of commodity for October due to weak demand, fall in international prices and cheaper imports.
TCI may exit Coal India completely, criticised for not giving emphasis to shareholder value
TCI held 63.6 million shares representing a 1.01% stake in Kolkata-based Coal India as of March 2013, according to information on the BSE website
E-mage: a new tool to secure personal information online
An increasing number of internet users are now taking the help of a new online identity security system --e-mage, to secure their personal data over cyberworld.
E-mage: A new tool to secure personal information online
An increasing number of internet users are now taking the help of a new online identity security system -e-mage - to secure their personal data over the cyberworld.
Even without section 66A, India lags behind many nations in internet regulations for freer speech
Activists say India has taken a small yet firm step in the right direction, but even then, its internet laws have some catching up to do.
PC may make imported wine dearer by increasing duties to WTO levels
Prices of foreign wines may actually go up even as the government plans to do away with additional import duties on wines and spirits that have been disputed by the EU and the US at the multilateral trade forum.
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