Oktober 10, 2022

We don’t want to add to air pollution: SC on Manoj Tiwari’s plea on firecracker ban

New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Monday refused to stay the Delhi government’s order banning storage, sale, and use of all types of firecrackers till January 1, 2023 to check pollution levels in the national capital. A bench of Justices M R Shah and Krishna Murari expressed concern over pollution levels during Diwali. “You’re a permanent resident of NCR, right? Have you seen the pollution? We do not want to

Japan promotes border mitigation PR G20 Tourism Ministers' Meeting in Bali

Promotion of tourism exchanges at bilateral meetings The G20 (20 countries/regions) Tourism Ministers’ Meeting was held on September 26 in Bali, Indonesia. From Japan, Mr. Satoshi Mizushima, Vice-Minister for Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism of the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism, and Mr. Mitsuaki Hoshino, Director General of International Tourism Department of the Japan Tourism Agency, attended the event, emphasizing the importance of sustainable management of tourist destinations

DUSIB reaching out to people deprived of basic needs: Sisodia

New Delhi: Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia on Monday said DUSIB is making efforts to reach out to those deprived of basic needs and help them have a better life. The minister made the remark at the inauguration of Delhi’s first slum festival on World Homeless Day at Sarai Kale Khan. Delhi Urban Shelter Improvement Board (DUSIB) launched the week-long festival to spread awareness on the issues surrounding homelessness

Abortion scandal deepens for Senate candidate Herschel Walker

(NewsNation) — With one more month until Georgian voters go to the polls in the state’s critical Senate election, abortion scandal deepening Republican Senate candidate Herschel Walker. According to new reports from The Daily Beast and the New York Times, the woman who claims Walker paid her to have an abortion in 2009 says she also urged him to have an abortion. ending second pregnancy two years later. He chose

Prime Minister Kishida's policy statement ``Make the most of the weak yen'' to target 5 trillion yen in inbound spending

Prime Minister Fumio Kishida delivered a policy speech at the plenary session of both houses of the Diet during the extraordinary session of the Diet convened on the 3rd. With regard to tourism policy, in the economic policy, we have set a goal of revitalizing inbound tourism through the drastic relaxation of border measures and increasing the annual consumption of foreign visitors to Japan to over 5 trillion yen. He

By the numbers: Over 12,000 migrants bused from Texas

(NewsNation) — The state of Texas has sent more than 12,000 migrants from the southern border to Democratic-led asylum cities, according to Governor Greg Abbott. On Monday, The Republican Governor of Texas said on Twitter that as part of Operation Lone Star, 12,300 migrants have been transported to Washington, DC, New York City and Chicago. DC received the most at around 8,200, followed by New York City with over 3,200.

Cong has come to power in Rajasthan because of strength of party workers: Pilot

Kota: The Congress came to power in Rajasthan in 2018 because of the strength of its workers who had struggled for five years, senior party leader Sachin Pilot said here on Monday. He said Congress workers and leaders are working collectively to ensure the party’s victory in the 2023 assembly polls. Pilot’s remarks came amid a turf war in the Congress state unit. Pilot reached Kota by train on Monday

Muslim NRI of Saudi Arabia cremated as per Hindu customs by mistaken identity

Jeddah: In a tragic mistaken identity, the bodies of two NRIs who died in Saudi Arabia got interchanged due to an alleged mistake that resulted in the wrong cremation of an Uttar Pradesh man in Kerala. The bereaved family in Uttar Pradesh was not able to have a glimpse of their loved one as it went to Kerala and cremated there while Kerala’s mourning family performed cremation twice for the

[Free Course]Diversity & Halal Learning Atomi Women's University Tourism Management Human Resource Development Course

Free course (for those who live or work in Tokyo) Atomi Gakuen Women’s University (Atomi Women’s University, President Nobutaka Konaka) recently opened a “Tourism Management Human Resource Development Course” to develop human resources and acquire basic knowledge of the tourism industry. The theme is “Thinking about the future of tourism in the corona crisis: Issues and human resource development in the second stage of inbound tourism – value creation, space