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 More than 10 coordinated shooting and bombing attacks by Muslim terrorists from Pakistan.

thousands and a population traumatised by fighting and fear. Our group believes the cause of the Mumbai attacks is territorial conflict. Impacts of the Mumbai Attacks  Dead: at least 173  Wounded: at least 308  Attacks: 8  All in South Mumbai Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus – Railway station Oberoi Trident – Hotel Taj Mahal Palace & Tower – Hotel Leopold Café - restaurant Cama Hospital - hospital Nariman House – Jewish outreach center Metro Cinema/


CHILD SLAVERY In India. BACKGROUND ABOUT CHILD SLAVERY It is wrong that a person works in forced hard labour, but for example if you have not enough money.

Taj Mahal is a mausoleum located in Agra, which was built under the Emperor Shah Jahan in memory of his favourite wife, Mumtaz Mahal/ Bihar, Vrindavan, Hamirpur, Agra) LEATHER GOODS: (Maharashtra, Jaipur, Bikaner, Chennai, Kolkata, Pondicherry) FURNITURE: (Mumbai, Jodhpur, Udaipur) JEWELLERY: (Rajasthan, Varanasi, Hyderabad, Ferozabad) MARBLE: (Agra) WHAT INDIA PRODUCES RELIGIONS Hinduism/teachings of Buddha, a prince from Nepal, who gave up palace life and started a life of meditation and spirituality. He /


Hotel and Classification of Hotels. HOTEL An establishment that provides lodging and usually meals and other services for travelers and other paying guests.

normally high due to their location advantages.They have high traffic on weekdays and the occupancy is generally high. Example: Taj Mahal, Mumbai Motels: They are located primarily on highways, they provide lodging to highway travelers and also provide ample parking space. / to season. Example: Raj Vilas, Jaipur Rotels: These novel variants are hotel on wheel. Our very own "palace on wheels" and "Deccan Odessey" are trains providing a luxurious hotel atmosphere. Their interior is done like hotel room. /


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largest city, by Islamist terrorists who came from Pakistan. – Killing 164 people and wounding at least 308 8 of the attacks occurred in South Mumbai: at – Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus – Taj Mahal Palace & Tower – Cama Hospital (a women and childrens hospital) – the Nariman House Jewish community centre – Metro Cinema – A lane behind the Times of India building and St. Xaviers College. – Also an /


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was the capital of Baekje Kingdom (18 B.C. ~ 660 A.D.) Marathi Mumbai (the former Bombay), capital of Maharashtra state, in India, port to the Arabian Sea/capital city, cultural and commercial center of Thailand. Asia’s Major Landmarks Taj Mahal, Agra, Uttar Pradesh, India The Taj Mahal is a monument of love, and a symbol for IndiaTaj MahalIndia Great / political and military ambitions.Great Wall of China ( 长城 )China Potala Palace, Lhasa, Tibet The Potala Palace at the peak of Marpo Ri, the "Red Hill" is the/


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Nelson, a division of Thomson Canada Limited 27 India (cont.) Agra  Taj Mahal Sunrise Sunset  Agra Fort Complex Jaipur  Pink City  Hawa Mahal 1000 windows  Amber Palace Elephant rides Copyright © 2007 by Nelson, a division of Thomson Canada Limited / a division of Thomson Canada Limited 29 India (cont.) Mumbai (Bombay)  Home of Bollywood  Elephanta Island 6 th C cave temples Ajanti & Ellora Caves  Temple ruins Udaipur  Lake palaces Wildlife Preserves  Bengal Tiger & Asiatic Elephant Copyright © /


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Kashmir” Sept 16, 2002 Elections were conducted in J&K Shazahan built Taj Mahal in memory of his wife Mumtaj mahal Mysore Palace Resources Natural Resources: Coal (fourth-largest reserves in the world), iron ore/% Industry – 15% Unemployment rate4.4% (1999) Industrial production growth rate 4.3% (2001 est.) Worli Sea face Mumbai Economic Profile …. Imports and Exports IndustriesTextiles, chemicals, food processing, steel, transportation equipment, cement, mining, petroleum, machinery Agricultural /


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of Colours - Holi Colours Of India Itinerary 2016 Day 1 : Arrive in India’s financial Capital Mumbai. This city is full of gems from modern India and is the centre for some of the /2 : Fly to one of the most romantic cities in the world - here beautiful palaces float on glistening lakes. Colours Of India Itinerary 2016 Day 3 : Enjoy Holi with / inlay of precious and semi precious stones in marble as is seen on the magnificent Taj Mahal. Colours Of India Itinerary 2016 Day 9 : Today we take train to Jhansi and/


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Final Report Project Athithi March, 2014 SETTING THE CONTEXT Meluha The Fern Taj Mahal Palace ITC Gardenia Fairfield Marriott Eros Hotel Crowne Plaza Bangalore Mumbai New Delhi    Female 4 Male 11 Indians 6 Foreigners 6 NRIs 3 /the requests to Concierge team (Concerned Department) Best Practice Proper grouping of often used apps to cater to guest requests effectively – Taj Group Guest View Hotel View Leisure & Entertainment Sreemathi Ramnath, Indian “There is no way of comparing the rates of hotel taxis/


 Maharashtra a state in the western region of India.  It is the second most populous state after Uttar Pradesh and third largest state by area in India.

, boasts of a rich cultural heritage.  The culture and legacy of the state is truly reflected though its numerous forts, palaces, caves, shrines and museum.  The saints and philosophers who have graced this great land have also added to its historical inheritance/ 1651 and 1661 A.D.  This mausoleum is a replica of the famous Taj Mahal.  The Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus, formerly known as Victoria Terminus Station, in Mumbai.  It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and historic railway station which serves /


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Madurai was built by the Pandiyan king Kulashekhara in the 14 th century. Monuments Jagannath temple at Puri Monuments The Taj Mahal was built by the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan in the 17 th century. It is considered to be one of/nature. Monuments The Hawa Mahal of Jaipur was built by Sawai Pratap Singh in the 18 th century. Monuments Karnataka State Assembly building, Bangalore. Mysore Palace. Gateway of India, Mumbai Festivals Ganesha Chaturthi is the most important festival of Mumbai. It is celebrated every/


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‘Crystal’ Edible Oil – ‘Crystal’ Foods – ‘Aashirwaad’ Foods – ‘Aashirwaad’ Ajit Kerkar Single Hotel: Hotel Taj Mahal Multiple Hotels India’s own MNC Hotels, motels, palaces, “indovilles” Those who forget history are condemned to repeat it - Georghe Santyana Managing the Internal Environment factors for International/e.g. Centre One, the mall that opened at Vashi, Navi Mumbai desires a catchment area of the whole of the seven nodes of Navi Mumbai). Selecting a location: A Clear idea of The volume of the /


South Asian Security India-Pakistan-China. Contents 1) The news 2) Brief history of the region 3) Terrorism in the region 1) War on Terror 2) India 3)

SupportPakistan, other terrorist groups China, Pakistan, Bangladesh Mainly domestic Attacks 2008 - Mumbai Bombings 3 days 10 Pakistani Lashkar-e-Tayyiba Pakistani Islamist Militant Group The Taj Mahal Palace Hotel, Chhatrapati Shivhai Terminus railway station, Leopold Café, Oberoi Trident Hotel, /attacks across the world including the 9/11 attacks in the United States, terrorism in Kashmir, Mumbai Train Bombings, Indian Parliament Attack, and Varnasi bombings The ISI is also accused of supporting Taliban /


Dr Amit Rangnekar www.dramitrangnekar.com. India’s services sector 2007- $600b Contributes 69% of GDP growth Services exports $9b in 1997 $19b in 2002.

critical Government leased India’s 4 principal airports to private players Foreign companies in consortia bid for Delhi & Mumbai airports 1994- Domestic air services liberalised, private carriers allowed 2006- Private carriers allowed to fly abroad, consolidation /India- worlds highest mountains, miles of coastline, forests and wildlife, ancient monuments, World Heritage Sites, forts and palaces, and the Taj Mahal India 2 nd in the value-for-money index N5Y travel & tourism- 6% to GDP Medical tourism- /


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many times over Responsibility The Tatas Tata’s Today – Market Value For more information visit www.tata.com Industry Pioneers 1902 : Taj Mahal Palace Hotel – Luxury Hotels 1907 : Tata Steel – Asia’s 1 st steel plant 1910 : Tata Power - Hydro Power 1932 /one-stop financial services provider catering to the diverse needs of retail, corporate and institutional customers. Headquartered in Mumbai with a wide network of physical touch-points spanning all critical markets in India. Corporate Structure Tata Sons /


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-Md Gazini -Chalukya -Chola (South) -Babur -Seashore Temple (South) -Tanjore Temple (South) -Taj Mahal -Khajuraho -East India Co -Brit India War -Free -India -Gandiji BCE: Before the Common Era/Expected February 15, 2007©2007 Thayumanasamy & Gnanabhanu Somasundaram19 Travel in India Mumbai (Bombay), New Delhi, Chennai (Madras), Kolkata (Calcutta), & /, 18 th Cent. Halebid, 12 th C., Sculptures Hawa Mahal, 18 th C., Palace February 15, 2007©2007 Thayumanasamy & Gnanabhanu Somasundaram23 Customs and Traditions/


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traditional garment A little more modern version PALACE ON WHEELS A luxury train operated by Indian railways – departs from New Delhi for an 8 day tour of Rajasthan, Agra and includes visits to Hawa Mahal, Taj Mahal, Jaisalmer, Ranthambore National Park and many other/ places. Prices are about $500 per night. railways … the british import INDIAN RAILWAYS And yet as the life blood of the transport it is also … ALL ABOARD! The Mumbai Metro/


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Taj Mahal Agra Fort Fatehpur Sikri London Business School - India Club JAIPUR 15 TH D ECEMBER (W EDNESDAY ) – 17 TH D ECEMBER (F RIDAY ) K EY A CTIVITIES Amber Fort City Palace Elephant Ride Traditional Evening Entertainment Local Handicraft Shopping London Business School - India Club MUMBAI/ - India Club Cost per person: £1300 INCLUDES: All domestic travel All accommodation in 5 Star hotels (Taj Group Hotels, ITC) Entrance Fees to all sites All breakfasts. Most lunches and dinners DOES NOT INCLUDE: /


Largest city and Capital of Uttar Pradesh. Second largest city on North, East and Central India- after Delhi. As reported by Census of India 2011, Lucknow.

connections are available in Lucknow to New Delhi, Patna, Kolkata, Mumbai, Bangalore, Thiruvananthapuram, Hyderabad, Dehradun and other major cities via /Constantinople. The Chattar Manzil, which served as the palace for the rulers of Awadh and their wives /Kukrail Reserve Forest and the surrounding picnic area, Begum Hazrat Mahal Park, Gautam Buddha Park, Qaisar Bagh, Rumi Park,/; cover the most prime locations of Lucknow. Hotels Vivanta by Taj – This 5-star hotel has been built with the sophisticated Indian/


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sector India’s first indigenously designed car World’s smallest and cheapest car Recent global acquisitions Over 425,000 employees Taj Mahal Palace and Towers TATA Steel TATA Airlines Indica NANO Corus, Jaguar and Land Rover Titans of the Group It is/ Mr. Govind Sankaranarayanan, ‘152’ Palm Court, 2nd Floor, Flat No 6, Opposite Oval Maidan, Maharshi Karve Road, Churchgate, Mumbai – 400 020 Tel.: 267459063 /9223332933. Violation of Code of Conduct Dear Colleagues, I urge you to read and understand the clauses/


1 Presentation by Mr. Anil Bhandari Chairman AB Smart Concepts 9th December 2013 Jagran LakeCity University, Bhopal Hospitality Industry Growth.

Hotel Industry Development in India 1900s: Among the first hotels to come up were The Cecil in Shimla, Grand of Kolkata, Taj Mahal in Mumbai & Maidens in Delhi. Later on came the Oberoi and Ashok Hotels 1966: ITDC was set up to work as a /catalyst and encourage private sector investment in hotels. ITDC built 36 Ashok Group of hotels in 3, 4 and 5- star categories and was a pioneer in building palace/


 Unsung Heroes are the courageous people of our country who made a substantive yet unrecognised contribution for our motherland.  Their bravery is hardly.

serving in the elite Special Action Group of the National Security Guards. He was killed in action during the November 2008 Mumbai attacks. He was consequently awarded the Ashoka Chakra, Indias highest peace time gallantry award, on 26 January 2009. He is/On the night of 26 November 2008, several iconic buildings in South Mumbai were attacked during 26/11. One of the buildings where hostage were held was the 100-year old Taj Mahal Palace Hotel. Unnikrishnan was the team commander of 51 SAG deployed in the/


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stations New York City “Thanksgiving” plot 2008 Long Island NY plot to attack commuter train foiled 2008 Mumbai 2008 and 2006 (350 killed) Madrid 2004 (191 killed, 1800 injured) Buses and bus stations /Mumbai India, hotel and other facilities (164 killed) July 2005: Sharm al-Sheikh Egypt, hotel and other facilities (88 killed) August 2003: Jakarta Indonesia, hotel (12 killed) May 2003: Casablanca Morocco, hotel and other facilities (41 killed) December 2002: Mombasa, Kenya hotel (13 killed) Taj Mahal Palace/


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many times over Responsibility The Tatas Tata’s Today – Market Value For more information visit www.tata.com Industry Pioneers 1902 : Taj Mahal Palace Hotel – Luxury Hotels 1907 : Tata Steel – Asia’s 1 st steel plant 1910 : Tata Power - Hydro Power 1932 /one-stop financial services provider catering to the diverse needs of retail, corporate and institutional customers. Headquartered in Mumbai with a wide network of physical touch-points spanning all critical markets in India. Corporate Structure Tata Sons /


Architecture of India © 2015 albert-learning.com ARCHITECTURE OF INDIA.

mosque built by Ahmed Shah of Gujarat, in Ahmedabad Chowmahalla Palace inHyderabad The North Block in New Delhi houses key government offices, built along with Lutyens Delhi. Chandigarh Secretariat designed by Le Corbusier. Akshardham Temple in Delhi, completed in 2005 and one of the largest Hindu temples in the world. The Taj Mahal in Agra, arguably the greatest example of Islamic architecture in/


Unit Three Notes WORLD HISTORY, 1450 - 1750. A. REVOLUTIONS IN EUROPEAN THOUGHT AND EXPRESSION THE RENAISSANCE WAS A PERIOD FOLLOWING THE MEDIEVAL ERA,

of morality for the clergy. Many Jesuits were appointed by kings to high palace positions because of their oratory and political skills. Church officials known as the Council/ and Islam were allowed to practiced openly. Akbar’s grandson, Shah Jahan, built the Taj Mahal, as a gift for his wife. After Akbar’s rule, however, religious toleration ended/East India Company, by 1661, controlled much of Bombay (Mumbai). By 1750, under Queen Victoria, Great Britain controlled all of India’s coastal cities./


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Back in October 1991 when Linus Torvalds posted to the comp.os.minix newsgroup with the words:. ”Hello everybody out there using minix-. Im doing a.

assignments started flowing in and the weekdays became involved in them. Within a week I was joined by another intern from IIT Mumbai who shared the house with me and I had found a partner for cooking, traveling, working and enjoying. Things would /with a message from the Aditya Birla Group informing me that I had been selected for the interview, to be held at the Taj Mahal Palace & Tower, Bombay, a fortnight after the date of the message. Then started serious preparations for the grand finale. A mock /


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culture really matter? Hotel service perceptions by Taiwan and American tourists. International Journal of Culture, Tourism and Hospitality Research, 3(1), 2009, 54-69. Do provider perceptions also impact? Taj Mahal Palace hotel, Mumbai, India. Source=Own work |Date=7th September 2007, 4.44 pm. |Author=Greg OBeirne This image is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution ShareAlike 2.5 License. What is the/


India’s First Civilizations Chapter 4-1 Page 239.

, narrow lanes Mud brick houses, courtyard in the middle Wells Drains, indoor bathrooms! Garbage chutes Granaries to store grain Harappan society –Writing not decoded –Royal palace, temple –Farmers –Traded with Mesopotamians –Harappan city ruined by earthquake and floods ***Aryans settled on the land They came from central Asia and raised and herded/in top Varnas Girls educated at home Arranged marriages Suttee – practice where wife leaped into the cremation flames of her dead husband Mumbai Taj Mahal


CH. 27- The Age of Imperialism: 1850-1914 Section 1- The Scramble for Africa Industrialization stirred ambitions in many European nations. They wanted.

died in 1566, he was followed by a succession of weak sultans. The palace government broke up into a number of quarreling, often corrupt factions. Weakening power / Indians. The British showed disrespect for Indian culture. For example, they used the Taj Mahal as a place of weddings and parties, even chipping off pieces of it to /-educated people who preferred reform over revolution. Many came from urban areas such as Mumbai (then called Bombay) and Calcutta. Nationalist Groups Form The slow pace of reform /


Structure your ideas!. Correction: photo p44 We are immediately struck by the desert, the sand dunes, the magnificent colours. We immediately notice three.

an impression of peace and quiet. It is a surprising vision of India. Indeed, India is usually associated with the jungle, overcrowded / overpopulated cities such as Kolkata or Mumbai, slums or shantytowns, white palaces (Taj Mahal), Hinduism, Gandhi and decolonization, Bollywood films, hi-tech (Bangalore = the Indian Silicon Valley), the Ganges, Bénarès in French (= Varanasi). People have stereotypes in mind. Correction de/


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