Khyati DharamsiZareena Mistry, a 34-year-old Mumbai-based lawyer and her group of six friends were on their way to their hotel in Paris for a two-day halt before returning to India. That’s when Zareena realised that she had forgotten her bag at the airport.Back at the airport, the missing bag had caused the authorities to panic. Paris was on red-alert at that time; the security personnel assumed that it was a threat. They just blew apart the bag. They didn’t even open it.Close Her woes didn’t end there. related news Insurers can invest in debt ETFs subject to some conditions, says IRDAI Climate change impact: Rising sea levels may impact property prices in coastal areas Life insurers April-November new premiums jump 37.2%; LIC holds the reins She had to spend around 300 Euros (Rs 24,000) the next day in Paris shopping for a new suitcase and clothes. Items and clothes worth Rs 20,000 were in the suitcase that was blown apart. Her total loss: around Rs … [Read more...] about Your travel insurance may not cover many losses while on tour
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The Internet–time suck that it is–also serves as an important source of creative inspiration. We asked Fast Company’s Most Creative People in Business of 2015 to point us to the Twitter and Instagram accounts they turn to the most when seeking insight, inspiration–or just a fun break in the middle of the day. Here’s what they said: advertisement advertisement Dao Nguyen, Buzzfeed, #3: “I kind of feel bad, but I love the BuzzFeed Food Instagram account. They’re really experimenting with a lot of new ways of talking about food and how to make food on Instagram. I’m kind of pitching my own company’s stuff, but I really think it’s great.” Rajan Anandan, Google, #2: “Marc Benioff (@Benioff). Marc is very broad, with a great grasp of social, tech trends, everything. He provides me a single window into cloud computing, San Francisco, and the Benioff magic.” Amazing good food manifesto about @hamptoncreek … [Read more...] about Who The Most Creative People In Business Follow On Twitter And Instagram
The experience, gushes the hotel website, will be delightful, with staff who will be your new best friends; luxuries beyond the dreams of Caligula. Just look at this shot of a couple lounging in bathrobes that are so fluffy they’ll have to sit on their suitcases when they steal them. advertisement advertisement Yet it’s not really infinity pools, spas, and marble staircases that create a hotel experience. Hotels could have risen to the challenge of designing for those of us mentally and physically incapacitated by long-haul travel, stress, alcohol or a day on the floor of CES. After all, designing for vulnerable people has led to some great breakthroughs. Oxo Goodgrips are a range of kitchen utensils created for arthritis sufferers. They became bestsellers because we can all benefit from a more comfortable potato peeler. That Aeron chair you’re probably sitting on was designed for elderly people. Nike’s Flyease, created for people with disabilities, is … [Read more...] about I’m Fluent In 5 Computer Languages. Why Can’t I Switch Off The Bedside Light In A Marriott?
It’s about to get a little easier to reenact the ice lake scenes from Game of Thrones thanks to more cheap flights to Iceland. WOW air is expanding to four new cities in the United States, and while their flights won’t be faster than one of Daenerys Targaryen’s dragons, they will offer direct service to Reykjavik from Detroit, St. Louis, Cleveland, and Cincinnati—an expansion that will give it a total of 12 U.S. destinations, USA Today reports. WOW’s new routes will launch this spring, with one-way fares to Iceland starting at $99.99 from all four cities. With fares that cheap, you’ll have plenty of money left over to spend at IKEA on your Jon Snow cosplay. If you want to continue your Game of Thrones tour, for $149, WOW will let you stop over in Iceland on your way to, say, Dorne (that’s Seville, Spain) or even King’s Landing (aka Croatia). advertisement advertisement … [Read more...] about WOW air is bringing its super cheap flights to four more American cities
The number of defunct companies in India increased by more than 22 percent in the first eight months of 2018-19, official data showed.The Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA) has struck off 6.07 lakh, about a third of the total 18.28 lakh registered companies, defunct companies from the official records, as of November 30 as a part of the plan to crack down on shell or paper companies.A total of 6.54 lakh companies that were closed, out of which 10,610 were dissolved, 6.07 lakh were defunct or struck off, 9,746 were converted into Limited Liability Partnership (LLP) firms, government data showed.Close In 2017-18, the MCA had identified and removed the names of 2.26 lakh organisations from the registrar of companies (RoC) directory for remaining inactive for two years or more. related news Independent Directors Rules: What are they and how do they help NCLT asks MCA to get SEBI, I-T Dept clearance on plea seeking recast of CG Power accounts MCA orders SFIO probe in Cox & … [Read more...] about One in three companies in India found defunct; struck off official records