Taj Hotel Cape Town

Explore the city right from our doorstep… Originally home to the South African Reserve Bank and Temple Chambers and, later, the Board of Executors (BoE), Taj Cape Town effortlessly combines the legacy of… Continue reading

Discover Japan with T.A.S an inbound land operator

TAS Co.,Ltd. (also known as Tokyo Asean Service) is proud to be considered as one of the leading specialized inbound land operators in Japan. TAS has been operating in Japan since 1979 and… Continue reading

the palace of illusions by chitra banerjee divakaruni (Download PDF)

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Upland Restaurant (New York, USA)

About Built around a California-inspired culinary philosophy that takes heavy cues from the seasons, Upland balances a familiar rusticity with a smart global approach, all enhanced with a New Yorker’s eye for detail.… Continue reading

Canada’s Resilient Economy Enters 2019 With Signs Of Weakness

How long until the good times come to an end? The Canadian economy entered 2018 on an unexpectedly impressive run. The country begins 2019 on a healthy note but signs of weakness have… Continue reading

Studies relate the use of digital screens with slow development in children

In English: Psychologist Sheri Madigan published a study in which she began working for a decade. Its objective was to show how children spend time in front of the screens: television, computers, videogames,… Continue reading

Thailand’s Central Group investing US$200m in Grab

SINGAPORE: Central Group, which controls Thailand’s biggest shopping mall and department store operator, plans to invest $200 million in ride-hailing giant Grab, people familiar with the matter said. The deal seals a strategic… Continue reading

South Africa:SAPS bust pair attempting to smuggle R2m of rhino horn to Vietnam

Two suspects will be hauled in front of a judge in Kempton Park, Johannesburg, this week, after SAPS found 10 pieces of rhino horn in their possession. Two rhino horn smugglers were caught… Continue reading

After levying safeguards against China and Malaysia, India plans smaller solar plants

NEW DELHI: India will issue a new, smaller tender to encourage local manufacturing of solar energy equipment after scrapping a larger maiden bid that received poor investor response. State-owned Solar Energy Corp. of… Continue reading