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Where in the World is the Times

Where in the World is the Times

The Times traveled recently to South Africa with the Prime Time Adventurers and Traveling Teachers. “Located between Johannesburg, South Africa and Cape Town, South Africa (and the Cape of Good Hope) was the most incredible Kruger National Park Safari imaginable! The whole trip far exceeded our expectations. Johannesburg was full ...

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Tourism development prospects in NE India: A critical review

Tourism development prospects in NE India: A critical review

Priyanku Narayan Baruah  (The writer can be reached at [email protected]) ‘‘North Eastern Part of India is rich in natural  beauty and bounties having enriched by its age-old repute as a historical place.” The north-eastern part of India comprising the states of Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland and Tripura ...

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Mike Yardley: Ngala Safari Lodge, South Africa

Mike Yardley: Ngala Safari Lodge, South Africa

Wrapped in the wide embrace of Kruger National Park, I was luxuriating at Ngala Safari Lodge, alongside a wedding confetti-like sprinkling of loved-up, dewy-eyed honeymooners. Kruger has become a tractor-beam for these well-heeled American millennials, doting on the wildlife, while doting on each other – in equal measure. What’s propelling ...

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The Importance of Post-Crisis Communications – Thu., Jan. 16, 2020

The Importance of Post-Crisis Communications - Thu., Jan. 16, 2020

Jill Allread Rarely is a crisis expected, but how well a business responds to the unexpected will reflect either poorly or positively on future public perception of—and confidence in—the organization. One determining factor is whether or not business leadership proactively uses post-crisis communications. Everything’s at risk of disruption when an ...

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Classic cartridge back in vogue – Arkansas Democrat

Classic cartridge back in vogue - Arkansas Democrat

The word is out. The .30-06 Springfield is back in vogue. Interaction with outdoors media organizations has taught me that coverage for themes and issues is often coordinated. This column isn’t about the .30-06 as much as a commentary on the forces that drive the news. Exhibit A is an ...

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