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Sterling Holiday Resorts to open 21 properties in first phase after it gets go-ahead from govt to resume services
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Sterling Holiday Resorts to open 21 properties in first phase after it gets go-ahead from govt to resume services

Currently, the company has around 41 resorts across the country and all of them are closed for guests currently on account of lockdown imposed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Sterling Holiday Resorts said.

Coronavirus Outbreak: Pandemic to inflict Rs 1 lakh cr loss on realty sector in FY21; long-term outlook may emerge positive: KPMG
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Coronavirus Outbreak: Pandemic to inflict Rs 1 lakh cr loss on realty sector in FY21; long-term outlook may emerge positive: KPMG

The short-term impact in coming 6 to 12 months may be a dampener for realty sector's recovery, forcing sector entities to contract operations, revisit planned developments, expansions, and investments across the sector.

Mahindra Holidays to first reopen resorts near metro cities post-lockdown; will ensure guest experience is contactless, says CEO
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Mahindra Holidays to first reopen resorts near metro cities post-lockdown; will ensure guest experience is contactless, says CEO

The Mahindra Group firm has currently suspended operations at its resorts in compliance with the government directives.

Coronavirus Outbreak: ICRA downgrades Indian hospitality sector from stable to negative outlook; hotel occupancy falls over 40%
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Coronavirus Outbreak: ICRA downgrades Indian hospitality sector from stable to negative outlook; hotel occupancy falls over 40%

ICRA expects the travel and tourism industry to witness one of the longest tail periods of impact, potentially running into multiple quarters, following the COVID-19 wave.

Oyo to expand footprint in Bihar, create 700 new jobs; room count in state to be increased more than 6,000 by year-end
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Oyo to expand footprint in Bihar, create 700 new jobs; room count in state to be increased more than 6,000 by year-end

Ghosh said Oyo's presence in Bihar includes 28 cities including Patna, Bodhgaya, Muzaffarpur, Purnea and Bhagalpur among others.

Economic slowdown: Online hiring slips 5% in Jan-June 2019; automotive, ancillaries, tyre sectors hard hit
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Economic slowdown: Online hiring slips 5% in Jan-June 2019; automotive, ancillaries, tyre sectors hard hit

Metro cities have shown a lower hiring demand like Delhi (3 percent), Mumbai (0 percent), Bangalore (1 percent) and Hyderabad (3 percent) showed a marginal increase in demand

InterGlobe Hotels plans Rs 700 cr investment to add 6 hotels in India by 2022
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InterGlobe Hotels plans Rs 700 cr investment to add 6 hotels in India by 2022

InterGlobe Hotels was established in 2004 for development of the 'ibis' network of hotels in India, Nepal, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh

Kumbh Mela to generate Rs 1.2 lakh crore revenue; hospitality sector aims at employing 2.5 lakh people: CII
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Kumbh Mela to generate Rs 1.2 lakh crore revenue; hospitality sector aims at employing 2.5 lakh people: CII

Although the Kumbh Mela is spiritual and religious in nature, the economic activities associated with it generate employment for over six lakh workers, CII said

OYO  to add up to 500 Townhouse hotels across India in 2019 as part of expansion plan
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OYO to add up to 500 Townhouse hotels across India in 2019 as part of expansion plan

Currently OYO has in all 68 Townhouse hotels in Delhi, Hyderabad, Bengaluru, Kolkata, Mumbai, Noida, Ghaziabad, Jaipur and Pune.

Tata Group defeats rival ITC in NDMC auction to retain Delhi's iconic Taj Mansingh hotel after years of litigation
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Tata Group defeats rival ITC in NDMC auction to retain Delhi's iconic Taj Mansingh hotel after years of litigation

The Taj Mansingh was given to the Tata group in 1978 on a lease for 33 years, which ended in 2011. The company was since given nine temporary extensions.

Russian hacking group is targeting hospitality sector across the globe; Indian hotels under threat
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Russian hacking group is targeting hospitality sector across the globe; Indian hotels under threat

A Russian hacking group "APT28" is targeting the hospitality sector globally. It uses various hacking techniques to sniff passwords from Wi-Fi traffic.

Liquor ban on highway: Hoteliers pin hopes on government to find a solution
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Liquor ban on highway: Hoteliers pin hopes on government to find a solution

The Supreme Court has ordered closure of the liquor vends within 500 metres along the national and state highways from 1 April. The SC, in its order on Friday, made it clear the ruling would also cover bars, pubs and restaurants as drink-driving leads to fatal road accidents

Highway liquor ban: Nirmala Sitharaman to discuss concerns of hospitality, tourism sector
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Highway liquor ban: Nirmala Sitharaman to discuss concerns of hospitality, tourism sector

"I know the tourism minister has expressed lot of concern about what impact this is going to have on tourism. I need to talk with some of the ministerial colleagues and see what is coming out of it," Sitharaman told reporters.

Travel and tour operators seek tax incentives for inbound trips
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Travel and tour operators seek tax incentives for inbound trips

India should be marketed as a top leisure destination, urged tour operators

OYO may see SoftBank investment, overseas expansion through acquisitions
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OYO may see SoftBank investment, overseas expansion through acquisitions

Oyo is the largest network of branded hotels today in India, a platform to search for budget rooms anywhere in the country which are clean and of reliable quality.