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How app cabs are changing transportation landscape worldwide

From USA to India, ride hailing app cabs like Uber has transformed the mobility landscape globally and opened the door for competitors such as Lyft in the U.S. and Ola Cabs in India. Rashi Shrivastava and Madison Hall in USA with  Suryodoy Mandal in India report on how it is poised to grow even more.   Full Article

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'Prabha Khaitan Foundation 500' lit event celebrations to draw performing art and literatu...

Kolkata: Litterateurs and bigwigs representing some of India’s most active literary organizations from more than 25 cities will converge in Kolkata on Wednesday for a two-day meet to be hosted by Prabha Khaitan Foundation. They would share their experiences and expertise to evolve ways and means to give more teeth to literary and performing art activities across India and beyond through collaborations. Full Article

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Wynwood: Where Walls Breathe Art

If you want to know how art can ignite an once shady neighbourhood and turn it into one of the world's most instagrammable spots, visit Wynwood in Miami. Back in the 1980s till 90s, Wynwood in Miami was synonymous with drugs, crime, and prostitution. Decades later now, this once-forlorn patch of Miami, which was primarily known as a working-class district inhibited by Puerto Ricans, is a street art bombed neighbourhood, you just cannot miss if you are visiting Miami. Full Article


Dubai delivers on tourist volumes again with a strong 8.36 million overnight visitors in first half of 2019

Dubai, Aug 20 (IBNS): Dubai welcomed 8.36 million international overnight visitors in the first six months (January-June) of 2019, posting a positive three per cent in tourism volume growth compared to the same period last year, according to the latest data released by Dubai’s Department of Tourism and Commerce Marketing (Dubai Tourism). Full Article

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