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#UAE News: Government Seeks $100 Billion India Trade as It Deepens Ties - Bloomberg

UAE News: Government Seeks $100 Billion India Trade as It Deepens Ties - Bloomberg The United Arab Emirates is seeking to more than double non-oil trade with India to as much as $100 billion over five years as part of efforts to deepen ties with fast-growing economies beyond the Middle East.The two governments are set to start talks on an economic pact aimed at boosting business, investment and jobs, UAE Minister of State for Foreign Trade Thani Al Zeyoudi said on a visit to New Delhi for talk...
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Radisson Hotel Group announces 100 operating hotels in India

Radisson Hotel Group is proud to achieve a historic milestone of 100 operating hotels in India with the opening of Radisson Bhopal. With more than 20 years in operation, Radisson Hotel Group is one of the leading international hotel groups in the country with seven distinct brands and a presence across over 60 locations encompassing key business, leisure and gateway centers. Boasting one of the most widely connected domestic network in India, the Group has been growing at an exceptional m...
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My current position on ivermectin

I responded to someone by email. Copy below: Below, I’m sharing a REAL prescription in India for Ivermectin. I had another one (more formal) which I can’t readily locate – but I understand no one gives ivermectin 12 mg for more than 3 days consecutively. At this dosage it seems to be harmless – from […]
Tags: Travel, Science, India, Current Affairs

Is your hotel tech stack ready for ‘Covid revenge travel’?

The phrase ‘revenge travel’ was coined by India’s health ministry after the country’s tourist areas were inundated with people desperate to escape the confines of lockdown just weeks after restrictions were lifted. Despite the phrase being initially used to voice concerns around post-Covid tourism causing new waves of the disease, it can’t be denied that, as lockdown restrictions ease around the world, people are increasingly on the move.
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My current position on ivermectin #1

I responded to someone by email. Copy below: Below, I’m sharing a REAL prescription in India for Ivermectin. I had another one (more formal) which I can’t readily locate – but I understand no one gives ivermectin 12 mg for more than 3 days consecutively. At this dosage it seems to be harmless – from […]
Tags: Travel, Science, India, Current Affairs

HVS Monday Musings: Rebuilding the MICE Segment in India | By Mandeep Lamba & Dipti Mohan

If ‘virtual’ was the key trend in the meetings, incentives, conferences, and events (MICE) industry in 2020, ‘hybrid’ has been the buzzword in 2021, as in-person attendance made a comeback at large-scale events in various countries. All popular international MICE locations are taking measures to resurrect the segment, with Singapore and the UAE leading the way, having hosted multiple hybrid events successfully in the past year, with even international delegates in attendance.
Tags: Travel, Singapore, India, Uae, Dipti Mohan, Mandeep Lamba

#AbuDhabi’s ADQ acquires all of Swiss pharmaceutical company Acino | Markets – Gulf News

Abu Dhabi’s ADQ acquires all of Swiss pharmaceutical company Acino | Markets – Gulf News Abu Dhabi fund ADQ has entered a definitive agreement to acquire Swiss pharmaceutical company Acino. This marks ADQ’s largest deal yet in the healthcare and pharmaceuticals portfolio.ADQ will acquire 100 per cent of Acino from its current stakeholders, which include Nordic Capital and Avista Capital Partners. With this acquisition, the Abu Dhabi fund intends to create an integrated pharma platform with for...
Tags: Travel, India, Africa, Egypt, Middle East, Abu Dhabi, Uae, Gulf News, Rupert Neil Bumfrey, Nordic Capital, ADQ, Gulf News Abu Dhabi, Avista Capital Partners With, Steffen Saltofte, Acino, Pharmax

The Luxury Collection and Margherita Maccapani Missoni Collaborate on a Limited-edition Scarf Capturing the Beauty, Color and Textiles of India

The Luxury Collection, part of Marriott International, announces their third collaboration with celebrated fashion designer and Global Explorer Margherita Maccapani Missoni, unveiling a limited-edition scarf inspired by her travels to The Luxury Collection’s properties in India. A vibrant destination with endless discoveries, India is a kaleidoscope of craft and color, history and epicurean delights, and Margherita captures her transformative experience traveling throughout Goa and Delhi....
Tags: Travel, India, Goa, Delhi, Marriott International, Margherita, Margherita Maccapani Missoni, Collective Good Foundation

The Inspiring Story of Cindy Wasser

Cindy Wasser from Hope Springs Fertility is a leading Canadian surrogacy lawyer. A mum through surrogacy, Cindy has helped many Australian intended parents over many years with their Canadian surrogacy journeys. Transcript Intro: You’re listening to the Australian Family and Fertility Law Podcast. Here’s your host, Stephen Page. Stephen Page: Welcome to today’s podcast with the Australian Family and Fertility Law Podcast. My name is Stephen Page, and I’m a fertility lawy...
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#UAE’s non-oil trade surges in 2020 | ZAWYA MENA Edition

UAE’s non-oil trade surges in 2020 | ZAWYA MENA Edition The value of the UAE’s non-oil foreign trade surged to AED1.403 trillion in 2020, reflecting the robust business momentum of the country’s trade exchanges despite the pandemic's fallout.According to the data released by the Federal Center for Competitiveness and Statistics (FCSA), the UAE commands a coveted position globally and regionally in merchandise trade, with its non-oil exports growing 10.1 percent in 2020 to AED254.6 bn as compar...
Tags: Travel, Japan, Saudi Arabia, China, Germany, Iraq, India, US, Turkey, Italy, Switzerland, Oman, Uae, Rupert Neil Bumfrey

How a Young Guy from India Became A World Leading Surrogacy Physician

  Dr. Said Daneshmand is an internationally recognized fertility specialist with extensive experience in providing third-party reproductive services. In his second year of studying medicine, he had a profound experience that changed his life forever. Intro : You’re listening to the Australian Family and Fertility Law Podcast. Here’s your host, Stephen Page. Stephen Page: Good day. I’m Stephen Page from Page Provan. And this is another podcast in our series, Australian Famil...
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GII to Buy Health Company as Part of $1 Billion #Saudi Expansion - Bloomberg

GII to Buy Health Company as Part of $1 Billion Saudi Expansion - Bloomberg Gulf Islamic Investments LLC, a financial services firm that oversees nearly $2 billion, is preparing for what could be its biggest deal yet as it looks to grow investments in Saudi Arabia and India and considers a listing in the next three years.GII, as the firm is known, plans to buy a stake in a Saudi health-care company for around $600 million, co-founder Mohammed Alhassan said in an interview, declining to give sp...
Tags: Travel, Saudi Arabia, India, Bloomberg, Alhassan, Rupert Neil Bumfrey, GII, Buy Health Company, Bloomberg Gulf Islamic Investments LLC, Mohammed Alhassan

amã Stays & Trails crosses the milestone of 50 bungalows

amã Stays & Trails, India’s first branded homestay portfolio, today announced crossing the milestone of 50 bungalows, with seven new signings across India. This includes picturesque locations such as Alibaug, Jodhpur, Kolkata, Lonavala, Mahabaleshwar and Panchgani.
Tags: Travel, India, Alibaug Jodhpur Kolkata Lonavala Mahabaleshwar

India's Cordelia Cruises debuts this monthIndia's Cordelia Cruises debuts this month

It will start sailing short domestic itineraries
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HVS Musings: Indian Luxury Hotel Segment: The Competition is Heating Up! | By Mandeep Lamba & Dipti Mohan

The luxury hotel segment, which currently accounts for around 11% of India’s total quality hotel supply, has regained developer interest in recent years due to its tremendous potential on account of limited supply. Domestic hotel brands such as IHCL, Oberoi, and ITC traditionally dominated the luxury segment in India. However, in recent years, several international hotel chains, including Marriott, Accor, Hilton, and Hyatt, have entered the luxury and ultra-luxury hotel categories in the ...
Tags: Travel, India, Itc, Hyatt, Dipti Mohan, Mandeep Lamba, Marriott Accor Hilton

US officials helped an American citizen and their family escape Afghanistan across an overland route

Afghanistan refugees walking at dawn. Nicolas Economou/NurPhoto via Getty An American citizen and their family fleeing Afghanistan were helped across the border by the US, according to the Associated Press. The group fled the Taliban-controlled country via an "overland" route. Biden administration officials say "around 100" Americans remain in Afghanistan after the US pulled out troops. See more stories on Insider's business page. The Biden administration confirmed that it helped with...
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Vaccination against the Delta variant: the newest COVID-19 research

The Delta variant has upended the decline in COVID-19 numbers, but the most recent scientific reports indicate vaccination continues to be dramatically effective against it. The disease is changing with new variants, and the science is changing as more and more researchers report data reflecting the new dominance of the Delta variant. We reviewed the latest scientific studies, which reflect the presence of Delta. The general conclusions are: ❶ Delta is more capable of overcoming vaccinatio...
Tags: Travel, Technology, Government, Singapore, India, Israel, United States, Delta, Pfizer, British Medical Journal, Health/Medical, Moderna

India air pollution cutting years off life expectancyIndia air pollution cutting years off life expectancy

Nearly 500 million potentially affected in northern India
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India’s Different, Second Recovery

India’s progressive approach to vaccinations has led to an increase in travelers and hotel demand, especially in the leisure segment. Beyond the noticeable improvement, however, the country is showing a different trend in which markets are regaining occupancy.
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IKEA will sell renewable energy through an app, no solar panels required

This is The Climate Win, the most positive sustainability news around the world every week. Swedish home supply retailer IKEA announced that its Swedish customers can now purchase solar and wind power through a new service called STRÖMMA. The company is on a mission to become carbon positive by 2030. Customers will no longer need to have their own solar panels to power their homes sustainably. This new offering adds to the IKEA renewable energy offerings, which already include solar panels an...
Tags: Travel, Asia, Europe, UK, News, Sweden, Minnesota, India, US, Sustainability, Atlantic, United States, Ikea, Xcel, All, Xcel Energy

What did India’s 2019 pandemic plan say? Some hints

I’ve not been able to locate India’s original 2019 pandemic plan – the current version (No. 3) is a piece of garbage (copy on my server). But there WAS a 2019 plan (source: – around 50 minutes). We also know this paper exists: The 2019 novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic: A review of the […]
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What travelers with a bleeding disorder need to know before their trip

In addition to purchasing travel insurance, booking accommodations, and getting up-to-date on immunizations, people with a bleeding disorder, such as hemophilia or Von Willebrand disease, need to take extra precautions before setting out on a travel excursion. Whether it be a short business engagement or a multi-week escape from home, follow these tips to keep your travels safe and smooth. Talk to the Hemophilia Treatment Center There are over 140 federally-funded Hemophilia Treatment Cent...
Tags: Travel, Cdc, India, United States, Philippines, Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur, Htc, Tsa, SHARPS, All, United States of America, Don, Center for Disease Control, Alpa, Von Willebrand

what i'm reading: you could look it up: the reference shelf from ancient babylon to wikipedia

This must be the book-nerd-iest post ever, and unless books are your profession, possibly the biggest book geek-out you'll ever read. And I'm proud to bring it to you.You Could Look It Up: The Reference Shelf from Ancient Babylon to Wikipedia, by Jack Lynch, is a joy to read, endlessly fascinating, and for aficionados of books or history, extremely entertaining. YCLIU is organized in short chapters, each highlighting two related, contrasted, works of reference. Between the small chapters are e...
Tags: Travel, Wikipedia, India, Merck, History, Catholic Church, Johnson, Shakespeare, James, Allan, Aristotle, Adam Smith, Murray, Rutgers University, Lynch, Samuel Johnson

Oil steadies, Delta outbreaks cloud demand prospects | Reuters

Oil steadies, Delta outbreaks cloud demand prospects | Reuters Oil prices steadied on Wednesday after four days of declines with investors still worried about the outlook for fuel demand as the use of rail, air and other forms of transport remained constrained amid surging COVID-19 cases worldwide.After flitting around Tuesday's close in Asian morning trade, Brent crude was up 56 cents or 0.8% at $69.59 a barrel by 0649 GMT. U.S. oil gained 50 cents or 0.8% to $67.09 a barrel."In the short-ter...
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In Focus: Maldives | By Peggy Lee, Chariss Kok Xin & Hok Yean Chee

The Republic of Maldives is located in the Indian Ocean, southwest of Sri Lanka and India. The country comprises 1,192 coral islands, which are divided into 26 major island rings, known as atolls. For administrative purposes, these 26 atolls are organised into nineteen administrative districts across an area of 90,000 square kilometres in the Indian Ocean.
Tags: Travel, India, Sri Lanka, Indian Ocean, Republic of Maldives, Hok Yean CHEE, Peggy Lee Chariss Kok Xin

Paniyeli Poru: The Untamed Waters

It was my second visit to Paiyeli Poru, and luckily it was open. The earlier visit was futile as the place was shut, and I had to head to Inchathotty instead. The winding road after Perumbavoor takes you through rubber plantations to this popular spot on the tourist map. The road get shrouded by trees and lush greenery as you get closer to Paniyeli Poru. While there was no glimpse of waters or the cascade at the entrance, what greeted me were tall trees lined beautifully on either side of...
Tags: Travel, India, Cochin, R Niranjan Das, Ernakulam, Niranjan Das, River Periyar, Paiyeli Poru, Perumbavoor, Paniyeli, Poru, Paniyeli Poru Ernakulam

India set to approve Boeing 737 Max return to serviceIndia set to approve Boeing 737 Max return to service

Jet has been grounded in India for more than two years
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