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The Guardian Roaring crowds, roti and Rihanna: the view from a Delhi farm protest camp As rhetoric rises on both sides, Indian farmers at the Singhu camp say they are going nowhere Women shout protest slogans at the Singhu camp. Photograph: Adnan Abidi/Reuters Puffing out his chest, his lime green turban luminescent in the morning …

Exclusive Dustin Diamond‘s cancer diagnosis has been hard for him to deal with emotionally … and it has him questioning how this happened to him. The “Saved by the Bell” star’s rep tells TMZ … Dustin’s struggling to come to terms with having the type of lung cancer he has — stage 4 small cell …

People enjoy a drink outside a pub in Camden in central London on September 13, 2020. justin tallis/Agence France-Presse/Getty Images European stocks edged higher on Tuesday after their worst one-day performance in more than three months, as the Continent faces tighter economic restrictions due to rising cases of coronavirus. After a 3.2% nosedive on Monday, …

As hotels, shopping malls, commercial complexes and corporate offices resume business in an ambience of ‘new normal’, some technology powered start-ups are offering out of the box solutions to help them combat the fear of coronavirus infections. With new technologies and a bouquet of customised solutions, the start-up companies are …

Jordan Hollander, CEO at Hotel Tech Report, explains why hotels should adopt new technology to help them re-emerge stronger after Covid19. We’re seeing collaboration like never before in the hotel community. Competitive walls were broken down when major hotel chain CEOs addressed US president Donald Trump in their pleas for an industry bailout. Similarly, major …

A mass deployment is planned this morning to move perhaps 300 homeless residents off the streets of the Tenderloin and into unused hotel rooms, according to multiple city sources. DPH workers on the scene told Mission Local that they did not know how many hotel rooms would be used and that they were  surveying the …

With zero revenues, the worry of low demand and supply has shackled the hospitality industry and it is time to reinvent so that the industry can come out of this vicious circle and sustain itself. The latest BW HOTELIER webinar hosted stalwarts from the hospitality industry who discussed various challenges and opportunities in the forthcoming …

Alaska Gov. Mike Dunleavy speaks at a news conference in Anchorage about COVID-19, Thursday, April 9, 2020. (Creative Commons photo by Alaska Governor’s Office) Updated story — Tegan Hanlon, Alaska Public Media State officials on Monday announced a plan to use university dorms, hotel rooms and other buildings to temporarily quarantine and isolate health care …

Cibo Express Gourmet Markets will launch Amazon.com Inc.’s “Just Walk Out” cashier-less technology at its stores in Newark Liberty Airport on March 16, but experts say other retailers will take a pass on adding it to their stores. Cibo Express Gourmet Markets is part of OTG, a privately held travel hospitality group. The company will …

Condé Nast Traveler just released its annual Readers’ Choice Awards winners, where travelers rate the best destinations and experiences. 600,000 voters weighed in on nearly 10,000 rated hotels, resorts, and spas. Roughly 15% of their responses are represented on the final award winners lists.  Several unexpected destinations make multiple appearances on the list, like Jaipur, …