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    Janhvi Kapoor shares swimsuit pics from Maldives vacation, fans say these pictures are ‘blessing my eyes’ | Bollywood

    Janhvi Kapoor has shared new pictures from the Maldives, much to the delight of her fans. UPDATED ON APR 09, 2021 11:42 AM IST Actor Janhvi Kapoor, who is in the Maldives on vacation, has treated fans to pictures of herself posing in a blue monokini. Janhvi’s pics also gave a glimpse of the sunset. Janhvi can be seen looking back at the camera, smiling, as she poses in a swimsuit in one of the images. She captioned the post as, “Iridescence” and added a rainbow emoji. Janhvi’s Roohi co-star Varun Sharma, among more than nine lakh fans, liked the post. Many of her fans took to the comments section…

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    No decision yet on Indian consulate in Addu Atoll: Solih

    The Maldives has made no decision on opening an Indian consulate in its southern Addu Atoll, President Ibrahim Mohamed Solih said on Tuesday, a fortnight after the Indian Cabinet cleared a proposal for it. The President remarked on the proposed Indian consulate, during a press conference on the COVID-19 situation in the country, spokesman Mabrook Azeez told The Hindu from capital Male. “He [Mr. Solih] pointed out that having multiple sites offering consular services in one country is quite common,” Mr. Azeez said. President Solih’s comments appeared to keep the option open, amid an ongoing “#SaveAddu” social media campaign by a section of Maldivians sceptical of another Indian mission presence,…

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    The airline making money off grounded Boeing 737 MAX jets

    The post The airline making money off grounded Boeing 737 MAX jets appeared first on TD (Travel Daily Media) Travel Daily. Low-cost Airlines have a simple formula for success: fill as many seats as possible, fly as many hours as possible, and maintain a young fleet. SpiceJet, India’s budget carrier, is taking a different approach to increase revenue: it is not flying. SpiceJet Ltd has not flown any of its Boeing Co 737 MAX jets in over 27 months, following two fatal crashes operated by other airlines that resulted in a global grounding. While most other major markets, with the exception of China, have cleared the MAX to fly again,…

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    Emirates And Etihad prepare for summer travel surge

    The post Emirates And Etihad prepare for summer travel surge appeared first on TD (Travel Daily Media) Travel Daily. Emirate’s airline is preparing for a summer travel surge over the next two weekends, despite growing concern over the delta coronavirus variant responsible for more than a third of infections across the United Arab Emirates. Emirates is expecting more than 450,000 passengers to travel from, to and through Terminal 3 at Dubai International Airport (DXB) on over 1,600 flights in the coming days. “The busiest days for the airline will be the next two weekends, 2-3 July, and 9-10 July, although high passenger traffic is expected to start today, and will…

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    Ahoy rains! Leisure Hotels predicts monsoon rush at Corbett

    The post Ahoy rains! Leisure Hotels predicts monsoon rush at Corbett appeared first on TD (Travel Daily Media) Travel Daily. Leisure Hotels has welcomed the government’s decision to open Corbett Tiger Reserve for round-the-year tourism. The hotel chain is preparing to host guests this monsoon season as it foresees an influx of visitors. Leisure Hotels is also the largest resort chain in Corbett, with two upper upscale and one luxury resort, that adds up to the maximum number of keys in the world’s second most popular Wildlife National Park. The Riverview Retreat, a wildlife resort spread across nine acres on the banks of the river Kosi, offers 90 well-appointed rooms,…