Articles by COVID-19

‘The Meanest Of All The Fats’

Hydrogenated Trans Fats in our food cause irreparable harm to our cardiovascular system, killing more than 500,000 people every year. We need to cap it now.

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In God's Own Country, It's Reboot Time For Tourism Sector In Kerala

Bouncing back from odds is nothing new for Kerala. Even in these times of the Covid pandemic, the state is keeping its chin up

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Why Hotel Business In Rajasthan Not In The Pink Of Health

Rajasthan’s tourism industry will suffer a loss of approximately Rs 12,000-15,000 crore in the next three-four months

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And Quiet Flows The Ganges... No Divine Blessing For Devbhoomi As Tourism Suffers

It's Catch-22 situation for cab drivers -- either they stay safe and their children go hungry, or they risk their lives to feed the kids

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Covid Pandemic Washes Away Odisha's Tourism Business

Puri continues to wear a deserted look but the Rath Yatra minus the public was a massive setback to the tourism ecosystem

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Virus Keeps Nirvana-Seekers, Pilgrims Away From Buddha's Land As Hotels Languish

Tourism business in Bodh Gaya has taken a massive hit. Last year, more than 3.5 crore tourists visited the state. Of them, almost 11 lakh were foreigners

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Paradise Lost! Kashmir's Tulips In Full Bloom But Where Have The Tourists Gone?

Crippled by long periods of unrest, the hopes Kashmir’s tourism industry fostered for a full summer season were wrecked by the Coronavirus pandemic. Its deliverance now lies in the hands of the Centre and the local regime.

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Opinion | Long Lockdowns Have Only Boosted Interest And Aspiration To Travel

Domestic travel will recover faster with day-drive tours and see a boost as borders may take time to open up, says Amanpreet Bajaj of Airbnb

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Will Hotels Be The Same Again? Welcome To World Of Touch-Less, Contact-Less Hospitality

Hotels and resorts accommodate fewer visitors, reduce the number of tables in restaurants, and disinfect rooms for 24-48 hours before they are re-allotted—welcome to the new normal

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