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Rates of sevas, pujas to be hiked at Bhadradri temple

Temple EO, B Shivaji asked the devotees to submit their suggestions and objections in writing to the temple office within fifteen days and if no objections are received the proposed hike will be implemented

Hyderabad: Olive Hospital launches new emergency medicine dept

Syed Baqar Hasan, Chairman of Olive Hospitals, inaugurated the state-of-the-art emergency medicine department equipped with modern facilities at Olive Hospital

Australia Open 2021 to be held in February

Singles, doubles and wheelchair competitions will all be played as usual after agreement was reached to stage the event following eight months of talks between Tennis Australia and state authorities

Trivago loses appeal for misleading consumers over hotel ads

The court said the company had breached the Australian Consumer Law by making misleading representations about hotel room rates on its website and television advertising.

UK economy stutters in August despite dining discount

“There was strong growth in restaurants and accommodation due to the easing of lockdown rules, the Eat Out to Help Out scheme, and people choosing summer staycations. "

Indians rediscovered travel closer to home amid pandemic: Booking.com

When looking back at the same time last year, Indian travellers journeyed on average 1,786 km per booking.

Travellers to look for alternative accommodation post-Covid

Leisure travellers are looking at small homes and private houses as their stay option rather than opting for hotels which are still considered unsafe.

The whales of the ‘dead zoo’        

The Dublin museum has flown over two experts from the Netherlands to work with local staff who label every bone for storage, ready to be replaced after the renovation.

Covid fear: Hyderabad-returned family forced to live in fields in Nalgonda

None of the relatives or any of the villagers was ready to provide any accommodation the family that returned from Hyderabad

US job losses soar past 26 million as states move to reopen      

"While there is great uncertainty surrounding the magnitude of the job losses in April, we expect a total decline of around 24 million that will touch a wide range of jobs."

Harish Rao halts migrants march to Maha, gives them accommodation, food

The Minister along with MP Kotha Prabhakar Reddy and MLA Padmadevendar Reddy were on their way to Toopran when they saw the workers walking along the road.

Community Kitchens to be setup in Nalgonda for migrant labours

Collector asks managements of brick kiln units and rice mills to extend the ration and wages to their workers keeping in mind the troubled situation being faced by them

TS Minister comes to rescue of alms-seekers, gives food, accommodation

On Sunday, Goud himself distributed brand new clothes to the alms-seekers after they took a shower. The alms-seekers have been housed at Old Municipal Guest House

Coronavirus: Indian students seek refuge within UK mission premises

The students have been placed within a quarantined space, which houses the visa and consular section within the Indian High Commission building in Aldwych, central London.

China manufacturing index falls to historic low over COVID-19

"There was a plunge in demand for consumer industries involving gatherings of people, such as transportation, accommodation, catering, tourism, and resident services."

Telangana: Haj pilgrims asked to change accommodation category

The committee asked the selected pilgrims, who opted for NCNTZ category, to send their applications for change of accommodation category from NCNTZ to Azizia to the Haj Committee of India by fax or mail on or before May 17

Do not fall for ‘holiday fraud’

From fraudulent flights to non-existing accommodation, it is a big business and is most frequent during peak holiday times

NIT to mark diamond jubilee with research writing workshop

The workshop is open to UG/PG students, research scholars, younger faculty of academic institutions, and professionals from the industry

Free training camp for minorities in Mahabubnagar

Mahabubnagar: District Minorities Welfare Department has announced 45 days free training for minorities living across the district for various jobs including Indian Army (SSC...

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