The airline, which started operations in India in 2005, will start a daily service between New Delhi and Chicago in December. This will be followed by a daily between Bengaluru and San Francisco in Spring 2021, or sometime between March 20 and June 20, 2021. … [Read more...] about United Airlines to connect Delhi-Chicago, Bengaluru-San Francisco with new flights
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“We of course understand the recent pandemic has had an impact on all cities and retail environments, but we are confident in our future,” a spokesperson writes. “Our strategy is to be close to where many people live and work, and we believe in the long-term potential for 6×6.” … [Read more...] about Ikea and Ingka Centres’ $260 million bet to rehab a mall in downtown San Francisco
Hegde also posted a video along with the tweet, in which she and her friends can be seen arguing with Reddy, who then can be seen purportedly rushing towards one of the girls to attack her, before stopping.The future of our country reflects on what we do today. We were abused and ridiculed by Kavitha Reddy at Agara [email protected] @CPBlr#thisisWRONGhttps://t.co/xZik1HDYSs pic.twitter.com/MZ8F6CKqjw … [Read more...] about Actress Samyuktha Hegde alleges abuse during workout in Bengaluru park
Some companies with leases that are ending this year or next appear to be kicking the can down the road, signing short-term extensions rather than committing to typical deals that last several years. In recent weeks, NBC Universal extended a lease for a secondary office at 1221 Avenue of the Americas and the Stroock & Stroock & Lavan law firm did the same for its office downtown. But they both did so for just a year, according to Colliers. A spokeswoman for NBC Universal declined to comment and Stroock & Stroock did not return a call and multiple emails. … [Read more...] about COVID-19 | Manhattan’s office buildings are empty. But for how long?
The immediate cause is a recent heat wave—temperatures reached 120 degrees in parts of California) and strong winds—but the deeper problem is a combination of three factors. First, climate change, which is increasing temperatures, resulting in drier fuel, which makes fires easier to start and more likely to expand. Second, the failure of the government to manage wooded areas through controlled burns of their own, which would mitigate the effect of naturally occurring fires. And third, the continued migration of people forced out of cities by high costs, who are moving further and further into wooded areas that are more likely to burn. Until all three are fixed, West Coasters might expect these remarkable skies to simply become their new late summer normal. … [Read more...] about Look at the West Coast’s apocalyptic hell sky