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Vegas Couples Hope Sevens Will Be Lucky Wedding Day

...d the ceremonies for decades. Larger resorts and hotels that frequently host weddings designed elaborate marketing campaigns to lure couples to their venues on this historic day. The Little Chapel of the Flowers hosted around 115 weddings Saturday -- more than twice the usual number -- with the final we...

Indian Luxury Hotel Boss Calls for Major City Clean-up

...he added. The Oberoi Group also operates or owns hotels in Egypt, Australia, Bhutan and Cambodia among other countries....

Prostitutes Fume as Norway Bids to Criminalise Sex Purchases

..., with the rest occurring indoors, for instance in hotels or massage parlours. Among prostitutes working on the street, about 80 percent come from abroad, from countries such as Romania, Bulgaria and Nigeria, via trafficking. The rest are Norwegians who tend to be substance abusers. In recent years, str...

Wine Woos World as Trade Fair Opens

...tarted in 1981 with 6,885 square metres, and local hotels and restaurants are preparing to make a financial killing thanks to the 2,400 exhibitors and 45,000 visitors from 144 different countries. Vinexpo 2007 will officially be opened Monday June 18 by the newly-appointed French ministers for the Environ...

Volunteers Remove Garbage from Kashmir's Dal Lake

... fertilizers seep into the waters. The scores of hotels situated on the banks of the lake also contribute towards the lake's degradation as the affluents discharged from them finally find their way into its waters. Alarmed by the Dal Lake's degradation, the state high court has taken suo motu cognisance...

Scorching Heat in Rajasthan Has Pushed the Sale of Beer to a Record High

.... This is evident from the taverns in star-rated hotels in Jaipur which are packed with guzzlers. Over ninety percent of the bar occupants prefer beer with a mere ten percent opting for hard liquor. Customers feel that beer is apt for chilling as well as stimulating effects in sultry climate. "It is t...

Go for Russia, Not China, Wine Experts Say

... moment 80 percent of the wine in India is sold by hotels in Bombay and Delhi." All this could change next year however with the opening of Wal-Mart, Carrefour and Tesco outlets in 2008. "And that is because India's next boom is retail," he said. "Even if you are only selling to 10 percent of the Indian po...

'Lights Out' as London Does Its Bit for Climate Change

Some of London's key landmarks and top hotels are to go dark for an hour on Thursday evening as ...ff its lights. The Houses of Parliament, luxury hotels like the Ritz and key businesses have confirmed they will take part in the "Lights Out" campaign fro...

IVF Tourism Marred by Ethical Differences in EU

...ign patients by offering packages including visas, hotels and interpreters' National laws banning infertility therapies that are available elsewhere in the European Union are denying couples the chance to start a family and driving others to seek expensive treatment abroad, according to Professor Paul Dev...

Green Campaigners Concerned About Yamuna's Shrinking Floodplains

...alls, residential and commercial outlets and even hotels for the 2010 Commonwealth Games. This will furth...and residential and commercial establishments like hotels in the name of a mere 10-day-long sporting event called the Commonwealth Games (to be held in India ...

Introducing Thalasso, the Greeks Way to a Healthy Life

... therefore, has set criteria requiring centres and hotels offering Thalasso to be located near a coastline. The coast is important because sea air is considerably cleaner than air in the city, said professor Carsten Stick of the institute for medicinal climatology at the University of Kiel. Aside from tha...

A Welcome Initiative to Spread Awareness on Environment

...es. The ITCWelcome Group, which has 14 five-star hotels across the country, have phased out plastic bags and are using biodegradable bags for garbage collection. To become zero waste producers they are using recycled paper stationary and practicing paperless communication as far as possible. Dipak Haksa...

Bangkok Lures Visitors With Its Growing Gourmet Scene

...re keen to try the finest food and wines at luxury hotels and restaurants across the region. Michael Dreyer,...n and fusion fare offered at some of the five-star hotels and chic eateries. "Our clients prefer to 'do it local' so we?re more likely to hunt out a popula...

Japanese Flower Art Helps Calm a Frantic Moscow

...ize floral decorations for one of the first luxury hotels in the capital. Today she directs the Russian subsidiary of the Sogetsu school, which was founded in Japan in 1927 to free the art from its very strict rules, allowing the use of everyday objects: from nails to multicoloured coat buttons. With a ...

Northwest China Region Reports Six New Cases of HIV Daily

...t is planning to promote the use of condoms in all hotels and entertainment venues and also plan to set up more methadone treatment clinics and consulting offices in public hospitals this year, it is stated. According to China's Ministry of Health, the number of officially reported HIV/AIDS cases grew to ...

Flood Toll Rises, and Indonesia Braces for Disease

...ether like refugees in their own city. Five-star hotels were overbooked with well-to-do residents who had fled the flooding. Telecommunications and Internet connections were disrupted at several foreign embassies. Evacuations were carried out with rafts and dinghies as well as on high-wheeled, horse-dra...

Trans-fat Foods to Vacate Room from the World’s Leading Hotelier

...0// hotels. The company had already declared its hotels smoke-free last year and had since phased out trans-fats; partially hydrogenated oils that are known to clog arteries, from its cookies, breads, salad dressings, pasta and burgers. Following in Marriott International’s footsteps is the Omni chain ...

Free Condoms in a Flashy Wrapper

...are generally distributed to health clinics, bars, hotels and nightclubs to name a few. Los Angeles health department issues around million condoms every year. New York procures condoms for $ 720000 every year. AIDS is being rated as the third causative agent of death under the age group of 65 among New Yor...

Coal Stoves May Be Banned In 3 Himachal Towns

...wns due to the use of coal by households, offices, hotels and other commercial establishments. "In winter SPM count can go up by around 80 per cent," said an official of the pollution board. "We will launch a public awareness campaign in Manali, Dharamsala and Dalhousie telling them about the hazards of u...

Islamabad Bans Hookah Smoking in Public Places

...s 'sheesha' in Arabic, is now popular in all major hotels and motels in Pakistan, The Daily Times said. A hookah is a smoking contraption, the smoke being inhaled through a container of water. Besides tobacco, chemicals with flavour of different flowers are used for smoking. Some add illegal drugs. The ...

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