Reema Lokesh

The story of Indo-Israel connect, from the Mumbai consulate office since 1961

Roshni Sinor, executive secretary to the consul general in Mumbai, (1961-2007), the lady who served the office for 45 years and with 18 consul generals during her interesting tenure, shares her thoughts and few anecdotes on I

Lifestyle News

Bene Israeli Jews to hold their first International Festival in Mumbai today

The Festival is scheduled to be a cultural celebration of everything that has been, and is Bene-Israeli

Lifestyle News

Rosh Hashanah 2017: Jews to say ‘Shana Tovah’ happy new year in Mumbai and globally

Jews in India and across the globe will unite in prayer on 20th September 2017 evening to celebrate the Jewish New year 'Rosh Hashanah'.

Rosh Hashanah, Rosh Hashanah celebration, Rosh Hashanah celebration in india, Rosh Hashanah in india News

Railway Board Chairman Ashwani Lohani: My people come first

What stops a high profile career bureaucrat from leaving the power corridor and step into the lucrative boardroom of the private sector?

Ashwani Lohani, Railway Board Chairman, ITDC, MP Tourism, Air India, Railways News

Narendra Modi Israel visit: The Namaste-Shalom ties strengthened post 1992

The Israeli consulate in Mumbai existed since the 1950’s on account of the existence of the Jewish community in India, especially Maharashtra.

Narendra Modi Israel visit, Namaste Shalom ties, india israel ties, Appasaheb Pawar, George Fernandes, india diplomatic ties, Leora Micah Joseph, Israeli Consulate, Mumbai News

After ban of Rs 500/1000 notes, Tourism sector predicts initial impact in business, especially high end leisure travel, but good for future

The surprise announcement made by PM Of India to fight corruption, to ban use of Rs 500 and 1000 notes havs send a panic wave across business, with the tourism industry being no exception. The tourism industry especially thos

Economy News

“First ever IATO convention in Chennai will do a lot of good for TN tourism”

Pandian K, chairman, IATO Andaman & Nicobar, Tamil Nadu and Puducherry Chapter, believes that the IATO Convention will help change the impression of Tamil Nadu, the host state, as being only a temple destination. By Reema Lok

travel News

It’s convention time again

Come September, and the travel and tourism industry, especially in India, gets into the convention and conferencing mode

It’s convention time again

FHW’s Goan flavour

The hospitality sector in Goa has its own set of rules and the dynamics of business within the industry is peculiar to its region

FHW’s Goan flavour

Driving in the right lane

The story of Madhav Bellamkonda, GM, Novotel Visakhapatnam, Varun Beach, is all about sheer will, faith and determination to fight against the tide and stand up strong. From driving an auto rickshaw in his early days to being

fhw News

‘Hotel rooms cannot sell on just price’

Anshu Sarin, CEO, Berggruen Hotels, is leading one of India's fastest growing hospitality brands with renewed dynamism and a firm vision By Reema Lokesh

‘Hotel rooms cannot sell on just price’

An August offer

In a world of complexities, it's always refreshing to receive a gift, especially from the government that can ease out few issues with taxation

An August offer

‘There is demand for more specialised and ambidextrous workforce’

Nishant Kolgaonkar, head HR, SOTC Travel, speaks about the HR best practices in his company and what are the challenges in the future By Reema Lokesh

‘There is demand for more specialised and ambidextrous workforce’

The Brexit impact

Four thought leaders of the travel and tourism industry share their views with Reema Lokesh on the immediate effect of the Brexit on the tourism industry

The Brexit impact

‘TraveLibro’s USP is the on-the-go feature in our app’

Monish B Shah, co-founder and CMD, TraveLibro Online, shares with Reema Lokesh, the vision of the company keeping in sync with the demands of the new age traveller

Management News

‘Travel agents should encourage use of credit cards by customers’

Praveen Chugh, president – Travel Agents Federation of India (TAFI), shares his views with Reema Lokesh on the current business scenario

‘Travel agents should encourage use of credit cards by customers’

Australia witnesses record tourism inflow from India in 2015

ITM 2016 to see largest supplier delegation from Down Under

Australia witnesses record tourism inflow from India in 2015

August dynamics

As per our tradition, the Express TravelWorld August issue celebrates the country’s Independence Day and salutes the spirit of national pride by placing in prominence the hidden jewels of our freedom struggle

August dynamics

The Goan food story

It is probably India's naturally sold out tourism destination and for most people Goa is the party destination of India

The Goan food story

Tamil Nadu probable host for IATO Convention 2016

The Indian Association of Tour Operators (IATO) may see their 2016 annual convention happen in South India in the state of Tamil Nadu

Tamil Nadu probable host for IATO Convention 2016

Success. 28 times!

The business of food is on an upswing and this observation was further strengthened at the recently concluded FHW 2016 exhibition in Bengaluru

Success. 28 times!

‘Bahrain Tourism Authority is working to appoint representation in India’

Jerad Bachar, executive director – tourism and leisure, Bahrain Economic Development Board (EBD), in conversation with Reema Lokesh, speaks about Bahrain's tourism potential and the importance of the Indian market for the r

‘Bahrain Tourism Authority is working to appoint representation in India’

Luxury learnings

India's outbound market has been proving to be a fertile ground for innumerable tourism boards since over a decade

Luxury learnings

Raining business

We have always heard the analysts say that the hospitality and the tourism sectors are highly volatile

Raining business

Enriching experiences

When you leave your very own city to explore newer regions, be it on work or leisure, you surely come back enriched with experiences that are either very good or not so good, but educational nonetheless

Enriching experiences

Bahrain slashes visa fee to boost Indian arrivals

Bahrain is all set to attract the Indian traveller into the country and the obvious sign for the same is the reduction in visa fee from 25 Bahrain Dinar (BD) to five BD, which was announced three days ago

Bahrain slashes visa fee to boost Indian arrivals

Bollywood Parks Dubai to open doors in October 2016

Promises to be a tourism game changer for the region

Bollywood Parks Dubai to open doors in October 2016
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