Suved Lohias journey from acting in a Salman Khan film to becoming

first_imgSuved Lohia with Salman Khan.PR HandoutActor Suved Lohia has been a part of Bollywood films like Aryan: Unbreakable (2006), directed by Abhishek Kapoor, and Jai Ho (2014), directed by Sohail Khan. In Jai Ho, he shared screen space with Bollywood superstar Salman Khan although in a small role.Suved Lohia, after having had a decent journey as an actor, ventured into business. He is currently one of the successful entrepreneurs in the hospitality industry. However, the journey wasn’t a cakewalk for him. He worked hard in many different companies to reach the position he is in, in his professional space right now.In 2017, Suved Lohia became a Director at Dailly Bread & Butter Hospitality Private Limited. By 2019, the entrepreneur has achieved great heights in his career and he is a partner at Manu Restaurants and Clubs.With his hard work and determination, Suved Lohia has truly set an inspiring example to those who dream big. We wonder if he is going to turn to act again or film production, too. Maybe with Salman Khan again?last_img read more

Full Show Building Homes in the Flood Plain and Understanding Your DNA

first_imgOn Monday’s Houston Matters: A report from the Houston Chronicle says more and more new homes are being built in flood plains. The Chronicle says one in every five home construction projects given a permit are in these areas. We learn more from the reporters involved in the findings.Also this hour: With the rise of DNA testing services to determine one’s ancestry, a local expert helps us make sense of what listeners have found in their results. And we learn about a surprise some South Texas residents are finding in theirs.Also this hour: Veterinarian Dr. Lori Teller of the Meyerland Animal Clinic answers your questions. And we get an update on the Astros-Indians playoff series and the Texans-Cowboys game from sportswriter Jeff Balke.We offer a daily podcast here, on iTunes, Stitcher and other podcasting apps. This article is part of the Houston Matters podcast Share X To embed this piece of audio in your site, please use this code:center_img 00:00 /50:24 Listenlast_img read more

Did you know Why flights are longer now than they were in

first_img Travelweek Group Posted by Wednesday, January 11, 2017 TORONTO — The 1970s will always be remembered for disco music and platform shoes, and not so much for technological advances. Back then, computers were big and clunky, phones were still of the rotary kind, and the Walkman was considered a breakthrough achievement. It was not a time known for science and technology, but then how do you explain the fact that commercial flights were actually faster back then compared to those today?According to Business Insider, a flight between New York and Houston took just two hours and 37 minutes in 1973, compared to three hours and 50 minutes today. The reason? Today’s high price of fuel.As it turns out, airlines today are instructing pilots to fly at slower speeds in an effort to save on fuel costs. Business Insider reports that between 2002 and 2012, the price of fuel increased from US$0.70 per gallon to more than $3.Flying slower has paid off for many airlines, including Northwest Airlines, which in 2008 was able to trim 162 gallons of fuel off a flight between Paris and Minneapolis after the pilot cut his average speed by two miles per hour. This reduction in speed resulted in an additional eight minutes to the total flight time, but also saved the airline about $365, reports the Daily Mail.More news:  Universal enhances popular Harry Potter vacation package with new perksSo there you have it. Now when your flight runs over on time, rather than blaming the airline you can actually blame inflation. Did you know? Why flights are longer now than they were in the 1970s Share << Previous PostNext Post >>last_img read more

Spring is coming in hot with Sunwing savings of up to 50

first_imgSpring is coming in hot with Sunwing savings of up to 50% off Share Posted by Travelweek Group TORONTO — In celebration of the first day of spring, Sunwing is offering value added ‘Spring Loaded Savings’ on top-rated resorts across Mexico, the Caribbean and Central America.Clients who book by midnight on March 24 can take advantage of up to 50% off vacation packages. The tour operator encourages clients to book quickly to avoid disappointment.The promotion applies to a wide range of resorts and destinations, including Grand Memories Varadero, an all-inclusive beachfront property where kids can meet Toopy and Binoo at the Memories Fun Club and where parents can lounge by the pool or relax at the on-site spa. Other perks include catamaran rides, windsurfing and a selection of à la carte restaurants serving varied cuisines.Also included in the promotion is Tropical Princess Beach Resort and Spa on Bavaro Beach, which is consistently popular among families. Features include spacious accommodations that can sleep a family of up to five, complimentary water sports and an on-site ‘Calle Caribeña’ for avid shoppers.More news:  Hotel charges Bollywood star $8.50 for two bananas and the Internet has thoughtsAll Sunwing packages include return flights on Sunwing Airlines where passengers can sit back and relax while onboard, with award-winning inflight service that includes a sparkling wine toast, complimentary non-alcoholic beverage service and buy-onboard selection of light meals and snacks with choices inspired by Food Network Canada Celebrity Chef, Lynn Crawford. Passengers also benefit from a generous complimentary 23kg checked luggage allowance.center_img Monday, March 20, 2017 Tags: Sunwing << Previous PostNext Post >>last_img read more