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US imposing restrictions on travel from India starting Tuesday: Harris

We have announced that starting Tuesday on the advice of the CDC (Centres for Disease Control, our COVID-19 experts, medical experts and national security advisors -- travel restrictions will come into force for India

The Deunde Box lets you bring out the artist within

Deunde Box, a monthly subscription service, delivers art supplies along with motivation in the form of original art works, instructions

Sri Lanka reopens to tourists after 10 months

The government closed the country to tourists last March when an outbreak of the virus surfaced.

Zensar names Ajay S Bhutoria as CEO and Managing Director

"He has expressed his intention not to seek re-appointment as MD and CEO of the company and would thus accordingly cease to hold office effective from close of business hours on January 11, 2021," Zensar said.

Diamond jewellery see recovery in demand: De Beers

“I would certainly predict that we will be back to between 70-85 per cent, of 2019. We will certainly be lower than last year, but not to a tune that it is unrecoverable,” De Beers India Managing Director Sachin Jain has said.

India leads the world in AI adoption, thanks to Covid-19

According to a global study by PwC India, the highest increase in use of artificial intelligence (AI) during Covid-19 times has been witnessed in India.

Cooking is very dear to my heart: Drew Barrymore

At the moment, she is busy with "The Drew Barrymore Show", which she hosts and backs as producer.

Smartphone shipments to return to growth in holiday quarter: IDC

According to the IDC 'Worldwide Quarterly Mobile Phone Tracker', smartphone shipments are forecast to grow 2.4 per cent (on-year) in the fourth quarter of 2020, followed by 4.4 per cent growth in 2021.

Pandemic puts break on fitness ecosystem

Over 200 amateur running, cycling events cancelled; affects not only fitness enthusiasts but livelihoods of many

Amid Covid-19, 42% of early air travellers ready to go again: Report

The report revealed that safety and hygiene measures being adopted by airlines and various properties is the most important aspect for travellers during Covid-19.

A family that travels together stays together

Hyderabad-based couple Gangadhar and Ramya are weaving a life around travel and yoga as they roadschool their twin daughters Ananya and Amulya

European airlines cutting fares to woo back passengers     

European airlines earlier this month urged national capitals to coordinate measures to limit the spread of the virus. nm

Travel bug hits people, digital skills to boost recovery: Google

Google research, conducted with the Boston Consulting Group (BCG), showed that 31 percent of people hope to plan leisure travel once they feel safe enough to do so.

Travel trends in the post-Covid world

Looking at how badly the travel industry has been impacted, many of these startups are likely to be a travel startups

Yatra.com partners upGrad to enter edtech sector

"We are excited to join forces with upGrad to provide a platform to our clients who are looking to develop employees' potential specific to their businesses or a sector."

India’s GDP may contract by 6.4 per cent in FY21: Care Ratings

The rating agency, in May, had projected a decline in GDP growth of 1.5-1.6 per cent in FY21.

UK to ease restrictions on non-essential overseas travel

Holidaymakers are expected to be allowed to travel to certain European countries without having to spend 14 days in quarantine when they return, the BBC reported

TN stops inter-district public transport bus services for 6 days

The decision was taken after district collectors at a virtual review meeting chaired by chief minister K Palaniswami made the suggestion

Hiring activity dips 61% in May in India: Naukri.com

There was an across the board decline in hiring at varying experience levels with the entry-level experience bands (0 to 3 years experience) witnessing the sharpest decline of 66 percent.

Indians on H-1B with US-born kids feel being left out, plead for help

The Vande Bharat mission, launched last month, is the Indian government's largest-ever exercise to repatriate its nationals stranded abroad due to the coronavirus lockdown. Over 1.07 lakh people have so far returned to the country under the programme.

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