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This Mumbai travel startup will take you around the world with its DIY offerings

June 11, 2019

Travel plans can be both chaotic and fun. Whether you are travelling alone or planning a family vacation, you travel to relax and to create priceless memories without the stress of planning the trip. Besides, there is no one-size-fits-all approach when it comes to travelling. And offering this flexibility and personalisation to travellers is Mumbai-based Taxidio. Started […]

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Women in Delhi will be allowed free travel in public buses and metros: Arvind Kejriwal

June 3, 2019

Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal denied that the government’s initiative had anything to do with the election outcome.(Mohd Zakir/HT photo) Women in Delhi will be allowed free travel in public buses and metros, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said on Monday. Nearly 30 per cent of the 40 lakh commuters who travel in state-run buses […]

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Eurostar drops ‘no travel’ warning, but French unions insist protest will continue

April 3, 2019

Eurostar passengers have been facing long queues since March 4. Photo: AFP It looks like good news for weary Eurostar travellers as the company has finally dropped its warning to passengers to avoid all but essential travel due to industrial action by French customs officers. But it warned that there might still be some delays […]

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Hyundai Cars Will Now Be Available On Subscription Basis

March 10, 2019

Hyundai Motor India and self-drive car rental service provider- Revv have tied up to provide Hyundai cars on a subscription basis. On subscription, the customers could opt for a flexible ownership plan which includes both, short term and long term. The customers will also be able to swap cars across Hyundai range and can easily avail it without […]

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With the launch of TESS, NASA will boost its search for exoplanets

November 21, 2018

NASA is stepping up its search for planets outside our solar system. Its next exoplanet hunting telescope, the Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS), is due to launch from Cape Canaveral on the evening of April 16. Following the Kepler space telescope’s discovery of more than 5,000 possible exoplanets since 2009, TESS will continue the galactic census — flagging […]

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