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Now, You Can Get Discounts At Restaurants Through Google Maps
« : Июль 14, 2019, 01:31:50 am »
Users will be able to find deals and claim them at restaurants across Delhi, Mumbai, Bengaluru, Pune, Chennai, Kolkata, Goa, Ahmedabad, Jaipur, Chandigarh and Hyderabad, Google said. The "Offer" feature is being launched in partnership with EazyDiner, where users can now find offers from over 4,000 restaurants, with more categories and partners coming soon, Google said. To use this feature, users can simply tap the "Offers" shortcut in the "Explore" tab or filter for restaurants with offers. Starting from Thursday, Google Maps users will get exclusive access to EazyDiner Prime offers for 15 days, across over 1,500 restaurants, with a guaranteed discount of at least 25% on all of them, Google said.


The other two new features introduced by Google Maps include a redesigned, India-inspired "Explore" tab and a new "For You" experience. "We’ve heard that Indian Maps users prefer a more assistive and visual browsing experience that is easy to access. To reflect this, we have a redesigned, India-focused Explore tab, the For You feature, and dining Offers," said Krish Vitaldevara, Director, Google Maps. "This will help Google Maps users discover a new side to their city, whether looking for things to do around town, getting offers on dining out, or getting recommendations that are personalized to their unique tastes," Vitaldevara added.


The "Explore" tab has been a one-tap route to getting suggestions on dining, events, and things to do in the area being viewed in Google Maps. Now, based on top queries and the way people interact with Google Maps in India, seven new shortcuts have been added to the Explore tab: restaurants, petrol pumps, ATMs, offers, shopping, hotels, and chemists. Using Machine Learning, Google Maps automatically identifies the top suggestions across these categories in every city. Users can now explore popular neighbourhoods in their city by simply tapping the arrow beside "Explore Nearby" and making a selection. Apart from exploring their own city, users can also look up other Indian cities by searching the city name.


This is a historic day for India. A historic day, which will be marked in navigation history and globally,' said Sitharaman after the vessel embarked on its global journey. During their voyage the crew will make four stops in different countries. The first stop would be in Free- Mantle in Australia, New Zealand and then to Falklands before reaching their final stop in Cape Town, South Africa. Share The mission will see the 6-women crew pass through the Indian, Pacific and Atlantic oceans. During their journey, INSV Tarini will be monitored by a Naval command center, apart from the Indian embassies in the countries from where these lady officers would be passing. The rescue zones of the different countries have also been appraised. Senior Navy officers said that the crew would not be passing through piracy hot spots and are prepared for meeting any eventuality in the sea. The crew have established a close bonding with each other in the run up to the mission.


An appeal has been lodged in the case of a Devon teenager killed in India in 2008, her family's lawyer has said. Scarlett Keeling was 15 when she was raped and killed while on the "trip of a lifetime" in Goa. Vikram Varma, who represents the teenager's family, said the India's Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) had appealed the decision. He said a hearing was scheduled for Monday and once all the requirements had been met, a notice would be sent to the accused to secure their presence at Bombay High Court. The men denied charges of culpable homicide, grievous sexual assault, destroying evidence, assault with criminal force with intent to outrage a woman's modesty and administering drugs with intent to harm. But they were acquitted by judge Vandana Tendulkar at Goa Children's Court in September. Scarlett's mother Fiona MacKeown said the legal process was like "a game of cat and mouse". She said news of the appeal was "great" but that she still wanted a fresh investigation. The police in Goa initially concluded the teenager died accidentally but, after a campaign by her family, a second post-mortem examination in March 2008 revealed she had been drugged and raped before drowning in seawater.


It's a no for India's first Playboy club, proposed to be set up in Goa. The state government has rejected a plan to set up a Playboy facility on one of its beach belts at Candolim, 20km from Panaji. Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar told a state assembly session that Playboy's application had failed because it did not meet the requirements to set up a beach shack. The state had received an application from former Congress legislator Agnelo Fernandes seeking permission to set up a Playboy shack in Goa. Share PB Lifestyle, Playboy's Indian franchise, had in November announced plans to open 120 clubs, hotels, fashion cafes and shops in India over the next 10 years. Parrikar had faced opposition from his own party colleague from Calangute, Michael Lobo, who had threatened to go on hunger strike if the proposals went ahead. Lobo had alleged that the club would promote vulgarity.


The timing of him taking charge was apparently decided after some brainstorming. The date, reports say, had to be after International Film Festival of India (IFFI) in Goa ended on November 30 so that protesting FTII students don’t have any major government-sponsored film events to jeopardise. Even as Chauhan settles into his cushy chair, talk has been rife that Pahlaj Nihalani will be booted as chief of Central Board of Film Certification. Like Chauhan, Nihalani has lately emerged one of Indian film scene’s most resented names. His wayward censorial excesses have drawn everything from witty memes on social media to scathing intellectual ire in comment columns. If ever there was a Bollywood award for Newsmaker of the Year for Wrong Reasons, these two gents would have jointly won it hands down.


Share Anyone with a basic know how of Indian cinema would be aware Chauhan is grossly incompetent to head a prestigious organisation as FTII. An actor of little or no standing, he drew vehement FTII students’ protest that was backed sizeably by the film fraternity as well as social media. The agitation that started at the Punebased institute hit the shores of Goa during IFFI in November, with demonstrations threatening to hijack the festival. Yet the stir against Chauhan fizzled out, with students ending their 139-day strike and agreeing to return to classes under his administration. This, even as Nihalani is probably looking to wind up at office. Where did Chauhan find an escape that Nihalani fail?


The first reason is attitude. Powers that be who appointed Chauhan and Nihalani (for whatever agenda) couldn’t care less about protests. The difference lies in the manner in which Chauhan and Nihalani reacted to the objections coming their way. Chauhan mostly preferred lying low till it all blew away. Nihalani took to arrogance. Worse, Censor Board colleagues turned against Nihalani for his high-handedness. Several members have spoken in the press how he would take unilateral decisions, not consulting them often enough. But Nihalani’s death blow probably sprung from the arrogance that he could get away making a tacky music video to tout achievements of the very government that propped him. When you pass off visuals of NASA’s Atlantis space shuttle (with the NASA logo showing), a Dubai expressway and a US Tomcat aircraft as mascots of India’s accomplishments, the joke is on you.


Nihalani and his video have been the butt of mockery in cyberspace for weeks. Of course, the people they had to fend against also made a difference. An FTII appointment affects the students of one institute. A censor chief’s decisions hamper the filmmaking experience of an entire nation. Nihalani should have known. When one promotion plan isn’t enough, try a little bit of a lot of things. The Bajirao Mastani PR Machinery would perhaps vouch for the idea. The song-dance promos have seemed enchanting, but they somehow indicate more of the same is coming from Sanjay Leela Bhansali. So, focus turned to Ranveer and Deepika, real-life lovers playing Bajirao and Mastani. The problem as ever is the duo seems a mismatch. From massive song unveiling to quaint trailer launch, from reality TV trips to random PDA for press shutterbugs, Deepika’s intrinsic poise seems way too hot for Ranveer’s plastic machismo. Controversy over historical inaccuracy in the film followed. Problem is, these days no one really cares. Then the new brainwave struck. All this noise about Deepika starring in the next XXX film seems smartly timed. The guy ‘outing’ the scoop was Irrfan, our man in Hollywood. That spells credibility, right? Notice, though, Deepika herself has carefully been "unavailable for comment".


An Indian court on Thursday charged the former editor of a renowned news magazine with raping a female colleague four years ago, the prosecutor said. Tarun Tejpal pleaded not guilty to charges of rape, sexual harassment and wrongful restraint, the public prosecutor Francisco Taviera told reporters outside the court in the western state of Goa. The case hit the headlines at a time when sexual assault was under the spotlight following the fatal gang-rape of a student in New Delhi in December 2012 that sparked widespread protests and resulted in the strengthening of anti-rape laws. Tehelka magazine had reported forcefully on gender inequality in India, highlighting police and judicial insensitivity to rape victims as well as the misogynistic attitudes of many Indian men. The woman, who has since quit the magazine, cannot be named for legal reasons. The trial in the long-delayed case will start on November 21, the Press Trust of India news agency reported. Tejpal has consistently denied the allegations and has suggested that the ruling right-wing Bharatiya Janata Party was orchestrating the case to punish him for his magazine's critical coverage.


These are the last known photos of a British backpacker showing her holding hands with a local man just hours before she was brutally raped and murdered in Goa. The photos show Danielle McLaughlin in a bikini top standing behind a group of tourists in a bar at the popular beach resort of Palolem. An hour later she is believed to have left the party on a scooter with her alleged killer. Her stripped and beaten body was found the next morning in a field four miles away. The two pictures, in which the faces of everyone apart from Danielle were pixelated before being released to MailOnline, show the backpacker linking hands with someone sitting in the background - believed to be a local man.


Today a friend who was with the 28-year-old revealed a group of men appeared to be 'glued' to Danielle on Monday night, when the pictures were taken. Another holiday-maker, named only as Susan, said she was left stunned when one of the men groped her breast. Susan, from London, said: 'One of these guys smiled at me and then came up and groped my breast. I was stunned. I have been coming back to India for some time. It is a beautiful place and people are generally friendly. Officers have arrested a local man, Vikat Bhagat, who they say has confessed to the killing - but local investigators this morning came under fire amid claims they had made a series of blunders in the investigation.
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