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1.4L gram panchayats connected with optical fibre cable under BharatNet: Telecom ministry

In a written reply in the Lok Sabha today, Telecom and IT Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said that 1.4 lakh gram panchayats have been connected with optical fibre cable (OFC) under the Bharat Net project till November 7. However, out of 1.4 lakh connected gram panchayats, only 1.2 Lakh gram panchayats are service ready, the […] ...
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3 reasons why you need to visit Malaysia

Malaysia is one of South-East Asia’s most underrated travel destinations. Often overshadowed by Singapore, Thailand and Bali, this unassuming country has slowly gained prominence as one of Asia’s must-visit travel destinations. Whether it’s the friendly people, delicious cuisine or even breathtaking vistas, Malaysia offers something for everyone. Blessed with a lovely tropical climate and highly developed infrastructure, tourists have slowly taken notice of this beautiful country Here are some ...
Tags: Travel, Asia, Bali, Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur, Sabah, Travel Blog, Penang, South East Asia, Cameron Highlands, Sipadan Located, Orient Penang, Singapore Thailand, Titiwangsa, Night Life Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Home


How to survive a blizzard in a car

As winter travel revs up this month, lots of us may find ourselves out driving through snow-filled mountains in conditions we’re not comfortable with. Not to say you’re going to run off the road in a blizzard, but if you do, there are some things you can do both before and during to help your chances of survival. Matt Napiltonia is a former Navy SEAL who spent over eight years doing rescues and evacuations in Afghanistan as both a SEAL and civilian. He’s now the Senior Operations Manager at G...
Tags: Travel, Navy, Blizzard, Afghanistan, All, Navy SEAL, Global Rescue, Survival Tips, Blizzard Tips, Matt Napiltonia, Napiltoinia, Napiltonia


Heading to the USA. Make sure you do not carry these items

For most of us, the USA is a preferred destination for travel. While some visit family, others want to regale in the beauty that the land holds. This dream of travelling to the USA is coming true for many thanks to easy to access travel loans. A loan for travel is the answer when you want to head out for a much-deserved holiday but are either short on funds or do not want to take a chunk out of your savings. Tata Capital to name an example, lets you avail travel loans at easy EMIs and affordabl...
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Don’t Do This When Leaving a Gratuity at a Restaurant

“You neglected to note that when the restaurant ‘calculates’ the tips they usually do it including the tax now which has nothing to do with the food purchased and simply pads the tip.” What you just read was... The post Don’t Do This When Leaving a Gratuity at a Restaurant appeared first on The Gate.
Tags: Travel, Advice, Food And Drink, Financial, Dining, Gratuities and Tips


Are Airport Baggage Scales Overcharging You?

A roundup of the most important stories of the day. I keep you up to date on the most interesting writings I find on other sites – the latest news and tips. Continue reading Are Airport Baggage Scales Overcharging You?...
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Our Last Two Days in France

Our last day in Nice was beautiful sunny and warm. Our goal today was to walk from Nice to Villefrance sur Mer. We started off around 10 AM through the streets of Nice toward the Port and then along the seaside all the way to Villefrance. It was a beaut
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Winners of TravelMole UK Awards revealedWinners of TravelMole UK Awards revealed

See who was voted best in the industry this yea
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Celebrity Cruises: First all-female command to set sail on International Women's Day

For the first time, an all-female bridge and officer team will sail a Celebrity cruise on next year's International Women's Day.          [Author: USA TODAY]
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Pre-Soviet-era Ukranian dishes

For too many people , Ukrainian cuisine boils down to borscht. And while the beetroot soup is hands down a staple, there’s more to the country’s cuisine, which was largely created by farmers and peasants in need of hearty meals. Down-to-earth and filling, Ukrainian food is rich in root veggies, grain, pork, and dairy. Stewed for hours in ceramic pots, sizzling in sunflower oil or lard, and baked in massive wood ovens, traditional dishes use little to no spices but come with abundant sour crea...
Tags: Travel, Europe, Ukraine, Hungary, Poland, Kiev, All, Kiev Ukraine, Carpathian, Ukranian Cuisine, Ukranian Food, Julia Baturina Shutterstock Kholodets, PhotoRR Shutterstock Uzvar, Hutsuls Western Ukraine, Bograch, Hutsul


ARTS & COMEDY AT FALLS! DISCOVER THE UNEXPECTED, TICKETS ON SALE NOW!

Not content with simply serving up a smorgasbord of the finest in national and international musical talent (see: Halsey, Disclosure, Peking Duk, Lewis Capaldi, Vampire Weekend and so much more), the party planning experts behind Falls Festival have offered up some delicious dessert, teeing up an impressive array of individual arts and comedy programs in Byron Bay, Marion Bay and Lorne! FALLS COMEDY CLUB Touring the East Coast and hitting the funny bones of Lorne, Marion Bay and Byron Bay audien...
Tags: Travel, Featured, Culture, East Coast, Byron, Festivals & Events, Lorne, Byron Bay, Marion Bay, Cameron James, Falls Festival, Lorne Marion Bay, Andy Mac, Duk Lewis Capaldi, Byron Bay Marion Bay, Rhys Nicholson


Virgin Voyages Announces the Name of Their Second Ship and Itineraries

Virgin Voyages has announced the name of their second ship – Valiant Lady.  Sister ship to Scarlet Lady that’s set to debut in Miami as her homeport in March 2020, Valiant Lady will instead call Barcelona, Spain her homeport. When Valiant Lady makes her debut Read More The post Virgin Voyages Announces the Name of Their Second Ship and Itineraries appeared first on .
Tags: Travel, Miami, Cruise News, Mediterranean Cruises, Barcelona Spain, Virgin Voyages


Three Members of Congress Just Re-Introduced the Non-Serious FAIR Fees Act

Travelers hate airline fees, whether it's checked bag fees or change fees, so it's a great issue for politicians to grandstand on. The FAIR Fees Act is not a serious proposal. Continue reading Three Members of Congress Just Re-Introduced the Non-Serious FAIR Fees Act...
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Hawaii economy sours, TMT reaches Canary Island land agreement, Honolulu may lift rent caps, millions pledged for Maui jail, more news from all the Hawaiian Islands

Endangered Koloa Maoli duck in Hawaii ©2019 All Hawaii News New study bolsters efforts to save endangered Hawaiian duck. New findings suggest conservation efforts aimed at protecting an endangered Hawaiian duck are working. Hawaii News Now.State Economist: Challenges Ahead As Visitor, Construction Sectors Soften. Total visitor spending declined and the value of private building permits decreased this year through September, signs that the Hawaii economy is ratcheting back. Hawaii Public...
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World’s tallest indoor climbing wall

In another superlative achievement, the United Arab Emirates will be home to the world’s tallest indoor climbing wall, as well as the biggest indoor skydiving flight chamber. Part of indoor adventure venue Clymb Abu Dhabi, the new experiences are set to open on November 29. The climbing wall, called The Summyt, will be 141 feet high, but there are five walls of varying heights to accommodate guests of all experience levels. At 104 feet high and 32 feet wide, the flight chamber will be the wo...
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Top 10 outdoor activities in Ecuador

If you’re looking for what to do in Ecuador, look no further. This petit country, has it all: mountains, rivers, diverse wildlife, the Amazon jungle, the Andes Mountains, the Galapagos Islands and a stunning untouched coastline. The best part? It’s all at a fingertips’ distance. From the heights of the capital city in Quito, lying […] The post Top 10 outdoor activities in Ecuador appeared first on A Luxury Travel Blog.
Tags: Travel, Amazon, South America, Ecuador, Galapagos Islands, Adventure Travel, Regions, Speciality Travel, Leisure Travel, Quito, Andes Mountains


The Climate Change Debate — Oh no, not again!

If you are not worried about the climate change hoax, you are not paying attention. It’s the biggest scam that’s going around. In a previous post I proposed that a simple test of the super loser — having a facebook account. Here’s another simple test to figure out if you’re a super retard. You might … Continue reading "The Climate Change Debate — Oh no, not again!"
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Oil jumps over 2% after U.S. inventory data, Russia OPEC comments - Reuters

Oil jumps over 2% after U.S. inventory data, Russia OPEC comments - Reuters:Oil prices surged more than 2% on Wednesday after a better-than-expected U.S. crude inventories report and as Russia said it would continue its cooperation with OPEC to keep the global oil market balanced.Prices pulled back slightly after Reuters reported that the first phase of a trade deal between Beijing and Washington might not get done this year, trade experts and people close to the White House said. The 16-month t...
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Rare wildlife in Ecuador’s highlands

When we think of environmental diversity, the Galapagos Islands and the Amazon Rainforest may come to mind. Ecuador is home to those islands and a portion of that rainforest, yet there is much more to the country than that. This equatorial nation includes the northern end of the world’s second-highest mountain range, and its highlands are filled with remarkable plant and animal life found nowhere else on Earth. In fact, Ecuador is home to more than 30 national parks and reserves, all in an ...
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Hotel Denied Stay to Couple Because of Where They Live

Work was being done in the home of a couple who lived in it for 15 years, so they decided to check into a hotel property located nearby for the night — only to be denied staying there solely because of where they live. After handing over their credit card and official government identification to the person behind the front desk... The post Hotel Denied Stay to Couple Because of Where They Live appeared first on The Gate.
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Big city vibes and a salty episode

For the most part just about all of what was in the original script had proven to be worth writing and also translated well into a reality that it could be deemed 'travel by numbers' were it not for the fact that such a widescreen ambition was worked i
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Why I Like Living Abroad

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Tags: Travel, Mexico, Family Travel, Long-term Travel, Guanajuato, Destination Reports, International Living/working, Work/life/travel Balance, Cheap Living Abroad, International Living, Living Abroad, Cheap North America Travel, living in Mexico


Does the New Tokyo Centurion Pop Up Signal A Second Asian American Express Lounge?

American Express is running a pop up Centurion lounge in Manhattan next weekend. They want to be where their customers are, and they want to be where their customers are shopping. Other pop ups have foretold where they wanted to offer a permanent lounge. For instance they had a pop up at LAX before getting a deal done to build a lounge there. They did a London pop up and then announced a London Heathrow Centurion lounge. Continue reading Does the New Tokyo Centurion Pop Up Signal A Second Asia...
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Only In SF - A 24 Hour San Francisco Itinerary!

So you've only got a short time in San Francisco? Fear not! This amazing city has so many things to do! Start with a gorgeous brunch, a food museum, a basketball game, a spooky ghost tour and of course a visit to the Golden Gate bridge.
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Booking.com Reveals Nearly 1 in 5 US Sports Fans Would Happily Cancel Their Honeymoon to Travel and See Their Favorite Team Play Live

Booking.com, the official Accommodation and Attractions Partner of UEFA EURO 2020™, and its latest global ambassador, football legend and UEFA EURO 2008 champion, David Villa, are sharing unique insights into how truly dedicated sports fans are to their teams.
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Whales back from near extinction

It’s time to celebrate for western South Atlantic (WSA) humpback whales. After being on the edge of extinction because of intensive whaling practices, the species is now projected to return to nearly 99 percent of its pre-exploitation numbers by 2030, according to a study published in Royal Society Open Science. Between the late 1700s and the mid-1900s, it is estimated that 300,000 humpback whales were killed. The study explains that the population of WSA humpback whales went from almost 27,0...
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Best neighborhoods in Tokyo

Tokyo is not an easy place to define. Even “metropolis” sells it a little short. In reality, it’s a megalopolis; a densely packed and towering urban sprawl home to over 38 million people. Yet in spite of Tokyo’s sheer size and scale, the same neighborhoods draw in tourists like the inexorable forces of gravity. While marveling at Shibuya Crossing or exploring the pop-culture towers of Akihabara are worthwhile endeavors, there’s a lot more to the Japanese capital. Venturing into less charted t...
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The Winelands

The roots of the South African wine industry can be traced back to the exploration of the Dutch East India Company when a supply station was established in Cape Town. Cape Town was then only a stop for ships and crew to pick up fresh produce during their j
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Get the AAdvantage Business Card While There’s Still 70,000 Miles Being Offered

Last month Citibank brought back their great 70,000 mile initial bonus offer for the CitiBusiness® / AAdvantage® Platinum Select® World Mastercard® ($4000 spend within 4 months of account opening, $0 annual fee the first year then $99). I applied for this card and was approved last summer because as many AAdvantage miles as I already have, this is a great offer. And at the end of the day there’s no mileage currency I’ve spent more often than my AAdvantage miles. Continue reading Get the AAdvanta...
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Escaping the cold: 5 Winter hideouts

Depending on where in the world you’re based, you may already be enduring cold bitter winds and inches of snow. It’s now that time of the year when the kids are out playing, enjoying the short days and snow, while us adults dread the bitter mornings and not having enough time in the day. With […] The post Escaping the cold: 5 Winter hideouts appeared first on A Luxury Travel Blog.
Tags: Travel, Asia, Africa, South Africa, Attractions, Morocco, Middle East, United Arab Emirates, Maldives, Bahamas, Caribbean, Regions, Going Out



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