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Leading Hotelier, Kapil Chopra’s Luxury Hospitality Brand, The Postcard Hotel, Opens with 3 Luxury Hotels in Goa

leading hotelier, kapil chopra’s luxury hospitality brand, the postcard hotel, opens with 3 luxury hotels in goa
Leading hotelier* Kapil Chopra* has announced the launch of his latest hospitality venture *The Postcard Hotel* - a brand of unique, intimate luxury hotels in India and the world. The hotels are aimed..
NewsVoir - Published

Chhatrapati Shivaji statue in Arabian sea to cost Maharashtra exchequer Rs 3643.78 crore

The construction of the statue would cost Rs 2581 crore, while Rs 309.72 crore would be the GST on the amount.
DNA - Published

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After gap of four years, Suniel Shetty is set to make onscreen return with Priyadarshan action packed period thriller ,' Marakkar: The Lion of Arabian Sea'.

IANS INDIA - Published

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Mumbai: Shiv Smarak pooja conducted in deep sea amid high tide

The actual work for the proposed Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj memorial at Arabian sea would commence in next 3-4 days.
DNA - Published

On eve of 26/11 terrorist attacks in Mumbai, Chabad House to be renamed 'Nariman Light House'

Mumbai's Nariman House, housing the Chabad House, was one of the main targets of 10 Pakistani terrorists who sneaked in through the Arabian Sea route and disembarked at a Colaba fishing jetty, barely a..
Firstpost - Published

Mumbai: Cause of boat mishap yet to be ascertained

Almost a month after a boat carrying 25 people onboard to the construction site of Shivaji Memorial off the Arabian Sea at Nariman Point capsised killing one due to drowning, the preliminary cause..
DNA - Published

Gaja may intensify into a cyclone again: IMD

While south Tamil Nadu is recovering from the aftermath of cyclone Gaja, the weather system has now left meteorologists puzzled as it is showing signs of intensifying again into a cyclonic storm in 12..
IndiaTimes - Published

Saturday was hottest day for Mumbai in November

Saturday earned the distinction of being as the hottest day recorded in November, in Mumbai, with maximum temperature touching 37.6 degree Celsius. The previous record was of 37.4 degree Celsius in..
DNA - Published

Bombay HC refuses to give interim stay for Chhatrapati Shivaji statue`s construction

The Bombay High Court on Friday refused to give an interim stay on the construction of Chhatrapati Shivaji statue in the Arabian Sea near Mumbai. 
Zee News - Published

Naval ship INS Tarangini returns after 7-month long voyage

The sail training ship of Indian Navy INS Tarangini returned to its base at the Southern Naval Command here Tuesday after a seven-month long voyage, covering 15 ports in 13 countries across the..
DNA - Published

No change in Shivaji memorial site, says Fadnavis

On October 24, one person had died when a boat carrying 25 people capsized in the Arabian Sea off the Mumbai coast when it was heading to the site of the proposed Chhatrapati Shivaji memorial, where..
IndiaTimes - Published

After Shivaji in Arabian sea, storm over Savarkar statue at Kala Pani

While the row over the Shivaji statue in the Arabian sea rages, a fresh row over another statue, this time of Vinayak Damodar Savarkar or Veer Savarkar on the Andaman sea, has flared up.
IndiaTimes - Published

On infra overdrive, China now launches rail-road cargo service linking Lanzhou with Islamabad

China has launched a new rail and road cargo service linking Lanzhou, capital of its northwestern Gansu province, with Islamabad in Pakistan, state-run media reported Wednesday. The first train..
DNA - Published

Mumbai: One killed as boat to Shivaji Memorial site capsizes

One person drowned after a boat carrying 25 people capsized when it hit a rock near a lighthouse off Mumbai's coast on Wednesday evening. The boat was carrying press personnel and Maharashtra state..
DNA - Published

US Navy, Indian Navy undertake anti-submarine exercises in Arabian Sea

The P-8A Poseidon arrived on its maiden visit to INS Hansa on October 22 for the two day exercise. The United States Naval Attaché to India Captain Ray Owens and detachment commander Commander Micheal..
IndiaTimes - Published

Pakistan arrests 16 Indian fishermen for allegedly straying into country's territorial waters

Sixteen Indian fishermen have been arrested by Pakistani authorities for allegedly straying into the country's territorial waters, a security official said Wednesday. They were arrested on Monday by..
DNA - Published

Pak agency detains 16 Indian fishermen: Fish workers' forum

Sixteen fishermen from Okha in Gujarat's Devbhoomi Dwarka district have reportedly been detained in the Arabian Sea by Pakistan maritime authorities, a fish workers' forum functionary said Sunday.They..
IndiaTimes - Published

Five Pakistani nationals apprehended off Gujarat coast

Five Pakistani nationals were caught by the BSF from Indian territorial waters in the Arabian Sea, an official said Tuesday.
DNA - Published

Mohanlal, Priyadarshan to reunite for Marakkar: the Lion of Arabian Sea; shooting will begin on 1 December

Mohanlal's Marakkar: the Lion of Arabian Sea tells the tale of Kunhali Marakkar, the famous naval chief of the Zamorin of Calicut, often known for organising the first naval defense of the Indian coast
Firstpost - Published

Rough seas, strong winds delay reopening of floatels in Mumbai

Weather depression over south-east and east-central Arabian Sea halts operations
DNA - Published

Rigid dress code put in place at K'taka temple

Considered one of the seven "Muktikshetras or Muktistala (places of salvation) in Karnataka, its location near the Karwar beach facing the Arabian sea has made it a tourist's delight. The dress code..
IndiaTimes - Published

Pak forces capture 11 Indian fishermen, 19 others saved by Coast Guard

Eleven Indian fishermen were Wednesday captured by the Pakistani maritime forces in the Arabian Sea but 19 others were saved from falling into the hands of the neighbouring country's forces, the Indian..
DNA - Published

Scarcity of Hilsa during Durga Puja upsets city Bengalis

Scarcity of Hilsa, a fish with distinct marine flavour and taste, has hit the city, upsetting many Bengali's during the festive season. The prized fish of Bengal is unavailable in the market, and fish..
DNA - Published

One man rising above all

Around 200 km from Ahmedabad lies a sea of construction material. From it rise a seige of cranes, carefully picking bronze parts – each weighing hundreds of kilos – high into the air, before..
DNA - Published

Cyclonic storm `Luban` intensifies over west central Arabian Sea

As Cyclone Titli weakens into a deep depression over Odisha, another severe cyclonic storm 'Luban' happens to intensify over west central Arabian Sea. 
Zee News - Published

Imran Khan bats for early implementation of CPEC projects

 Prime Minister Imran Khan said on Monday that the early implementation of the USD 50 billion CPEC projects will not only help realise the true potential of the economic relations of Pakistan and..
DNA - Published

IMD issues low-pressure alert over Arabian sea - Published Also reported by •DNA

Coast Guard on high alert over weather warning

Following a warning by the India Meteorological Department (IMD) regarding the formation of a deep depression in the South East Arabian Sea early this week, the Indian Coast Guard (ICG) formations have..
DNA - Published

Depression over Arabian sea to bring heavy rains in Kerala

IndiaTimes - Published

Deep depression over Arabian Sea to turn into severe cyclonic storm; bring rainfall to TN, Kerala

IndiaTimes - Published

CPEC projects being reviewed for interest of people in Balochistan : Imran Khan

The USD 50 billion CPEC, launched in 2015, is a planned network of roads, railways and energy projects linking China's resource-rich Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region with Pakistan's strategic Gwadar..
DNA - Published

Low pressure in Bay of Bengal likely to intensify into depression in next 36 hours

 A well-marked low pressure has formed in the Bay of Bengal and is expected to intensify into a depression in the next 36 hours, the Regional Meteorological Department said on Sunday. The weather..
DNA - Published

Delhi's air quality remains poor for second day: Officials

*Delhi's air quality remained poor for the second day due to change in direction of wind, which is now flowing from the stubble burning areas, authorities said Saturday.* The overall air quality..
DNA - Published

Red Alert in Tamil Nadu: Heavy rain lashes Chennai; schools, colleges to remain shut today

Chennai woke up to heavy rains on Friday. Apart from Chennai, several parts of Tamil Nadu also received heavy rains today. The downpour came a day after the Indian Metrological Department issued a..
DNA - Published

Kerala to witness very heavy rainfall for next 5 days, predicts IMD

The state of Kerala is expected to witness heavy to very heavy rainfall for the next five days and a district wise warning has been issued in this regard informed Director of Kerala Meteorological..
DNA - Published

Centre attempts to resuscitate Mumbai-Mecca sea route again

In a bid to revive the long-forgotten sea route for Haj, the Union Ministry of Minority Affairs had floated an Expression of Interest (EOI) earlier this year, but it elicited a dismal response (Just..
DNA - Published

Dam shutters open as Kerala braces for rains

Kerala, which is still struggling to cope with the effects of the devastating floods that hit the state in August, is bracing up for another spell of heavy rains over next five-six days. Shutters of..
DNA - Published

Heavy rains likely in Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka and Pondy

Kerala, ravaged by the south west monsoon in August, is bracing for more rains with a low pressure area likely to form over the Southeast Arabian sea, as the state government stepped up disaster..
DNA - Published

TN, Kerala may get 'very heavy rain' on Oct 7

he Indian Meteorological Department on Thursday issued a red alert for Tamil Nadu, Kerala and Puducherry stating that “heavy to very heavy rain with extremely heavy falls likely to occur at isolated..
IndiaTimes - Published

Red alert in three Kerala districts for heavy rain

A red alert has been issued in three districts of Kerala for heavy to extremely heavy rainfall by the India Meteorological Department. According to IMD, Thrissur, Palakkad, and Idukki are likely to..
DNA - Published

IMD issues `very heavy rain` warning for Kerala, CM seeks Centre’s help

Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan also announced that the IMD had issued a warning about a low-pressure area in the Arabian Sea close to Sri Lankan coast.
Zee News - Published

IMD predicts cyclone-like conditions in Arabian Sea in first week of October; warns Kerala fisherfolk to keep off sea

The IMD predicted the formation of a low-pressure system that could turn into a storm was predicted in the South East parts of Arabian Sea on Sunday.
Firstpost - Published

Fearing debt trap, Pakistan rethinks Chinese 'Silk Road' projects

After lengthy delays, an $8.2 billion revamp of a colonial-era rail line snaking from the Arabian Sea to the foothills of the Hindu Kush has become a test of Pakistan's ability to rethink signature..
DNA - Published Also reported by •Reuters India

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