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'Resort group with Hollywood clients endangering Indian tribe' 26.7.2009 New Kerala: Travel News
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Five held over Corsica forest fires 26.7.2009 The Guardian -- Front Page
Wildfires across southern Europe brought under control French police are holding at least five people suspected of starting forest island of Corsica as wildfires in southern Europe were brought under control. Three large fires that started on Thursday have destroyed some 15,000 hectares in southern Corsica, including some of the area's most spectacular forests. More than 400 firefighters, supported by helicopters, battled yesterday in an effort to finally put out the blazes that threatened the town of Aullène as temperatures and winds drop across the Mediterranean. According to police, the fire at Aullène may have started because of a spark during work on an electricity line that ignited a blaze that quickly grew out of control. ...
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Wealthy elderly turn backs on seaside havens 26.7.2009 The Guardian -- Front Page
Newly retired move to cultural cities or the shires God's waiting rooms are undergoing a transformation. For decades, many of Britain's coastal towns have been synonymous with blue rinses, bingo and tea dances. Places such as Bournemouth, Eastbourne and Worthing have been seen as retirement havens for generations of pensioners, keen to take the sea air just as their Victorian predecessors used to. But according to an analysis of demographic data, many of today's wealthier pensioners are turning their backs on traditional retirement destinations with a "grey influx" into upmarket towns and cities in some of the UK's most sought-after inland locations - such as in the Cotswolds, and parts of Hampshire and Kent. The shift is driven by an ...
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Holiday hit list 26.7.2009 The Statesman
Holiday hit list
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Almodóvar's Lanzarote 26.7.2009 The Guardian -- Front Page
Broken Embraces, which premieres in Britain this week, draws heavily on the dramatic landscapes of Lanzarote. Annie Bennett meets director Pedro Almodóvar and follows in his footsteps around the island A decade ago, film-maker Pedro Almodóvar took a photograph of El Golfo beach in Lanzarote. When he got the pictures developed, he could just make out two tiny figures standing on the sand. Intrigued, he had the shot enlarged, and revealed a couple locked in a tight embrace, lost in the landscape. The image, which he called The Secret of El Golfo, niggled away at him for years, eventually inspiring the story that would become Broken Embraces, his latest film, on general release here from 28 August. Although most of the action ...
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Taj's crorepati union boss 26.7.2009 Telegraph: Front Page
Mumbai, July 25: Labour union leaders around the country can eat their hearts out in envy.
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Alpine haven 26.7.2009 Hindu: Sunday Magazine
In the bosom of the high Alps in Tirol, Austria, KISHORE and SMITA IYENGAR discover the quaint, upper crust charms of ski haven Kitzbuhel.
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Vijayawada Today 26.7.2009 Hindu: Engagements
Social Sciences Trust: Discussion on Ram Manohar Lohia’s views, Indian Medical Association Hall, 9.30 a.m. onwards. Sumadhura Kalaniketan: State-level comedy play-lets competitions, ...
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Weather turns inhospitable for Four Seasons expansion 25.7.2009 DNA: Top News
Four Seasons, the luxury hotel chain operator, is facing problems with its expansion plans in India.
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ITC earmarks Rs 5k cr for new paper plant 25.7.2009 New Indian Express
ITC earmarks Rs 5k cr for new paper plant
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ITC to invest Rs 13,000 cr in paper, hotels business 25.7.2009 Sify Finance
Kolkata: Paper, hotels and fast moving consumer goods (FMCG) would be the key areas of focus for the tobacco major ITC Ltd. The company, according to its Chairman, Y. C. Deveshwar, would
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ITC bullish on hotels, paper businesses 25.7.2009 Financial Express
ITC bullish on hotels, paper businesses
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Dancing on the Danube 25.7.2009 The Guardian -- Front Page
Belgrade's clubs offer everything from Gypsy folk to Balkan bling, but whichever one you end up in, you're guaranteed a good time Saturday night and the boat I'm on is rocking, literally. Gypsy fiddlers leap on to tables and among dancers. As more people board the boat, moored on the Danube in Belgrade, one of the musicians launches through a window and towards the roof. For a moment I'm certain he will end up in the river but, no, soon he's dancing above us, calling to people on the shore: come join the party! Serbia's capital may never be celebrated alongside Prague and Budapest as a beautiful eastern city, but Belgrade is defiantly No 1 when it comes to clubbing. And with the rise of two (very different) Serbian festivals - the rock and ...
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ITC not to bid for EIH 25.7.2009 The Statesman
ITC not to bid for EIH
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'Are we here for your amusement?' 25.7.2009 The Guardian -- Front Page
Our increasing demand for adventure is pushing back the frontiers of tourism, but is it also posing a threat to tribal people? John Vidal investigates When the Jarawa tribe of hunter-gatherers began to emerge in ones and twos from the dense rainforests of the Andaman islands in 1997, it seemed that these mysterious, handsome people only wanted to take a brief look at the modern world and would soon return to the trees. But in the months that followed, shy Jarawa youths slowly gained in confidence and could be found hanging out on the side of a road recently built through their land. Then they started to stop cars and buses going by, and to beg for food. They even began to board ferries to travel between the islands. No one knows why these ...
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ITC woos rival hotel chains 25.7.2009 Telegraph: Business
Calcutta, July 24: ITC today invited hotel rival EIH to explore future development jointly, after toying with the possibility of a hostile takeover of the Oberoi company for years.
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Trade body on green mission 25.7.2009 Telegraph: North Bengal
Siliguri, July 24: Construct a green building, protect the environment, use less energy and emit less carbon.
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Belur will soon have a star hotel 25.7.2009 Hindu: Karnataka
BANGALORE: Tourism Minister G. Janardhana Reddy on Thursday told the Legislative Council that his department was considering a proposal for building a star hotel in the famous tourist centre of Belur in Hassan district. Replying to Mr. ...
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ITC bullish on hotels, paper businesses 25.7.2009 Financial Express: Front Page
The overall growth of the first quarter of 2009-10 may have been muted at 4.7%, largely because hotels and agri businesses have not done well, but ITC chairman Y C Deveshwar said the company was bullish about its hotels and paper businesses.
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Ingredients for fun 25.7.2009 Hindu:Metro Plus: Thiruvananthapuram
What’s to love: Does any campus offer their students lip-smacking continental cuisine for lunch? Or five-star ambience and soft music while dining? That too free of cost! And an opportunity to build up an appetite by taking a walk ...
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