“The Art of Weddings’ across India: A Radisson BLU initiative

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India is a very important market for us where we are committed to strengthening our brand presence. The ‘Art of Weddings’ taps on the huge potential of the wedding market in India and is unique in its targeting, delivery and reach. The campaign is designed to create personalised wedding experiences and we are confident that the campaign will resonate strongly with consumers in the country. -Sandy Russell, vice president, commercial operations, Asia Pacific, Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group

Indore: ‘The Art of Weddings’, a campaign created exclusively for the India market, is being launched by Radisson Blu, the iconic hotel brand driven by innovation and design.

‘The Art of Weddings’ campaign that will run across all of India’s 34 Radisson Blu hotels – will revolve around the brand’s global ‘Something Blu, A Wedding of a Kind’ concept.

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The event is aimed at establishing the upper-upscale brand as the venue of choice for weddings and bridal related events, ‘The Art of Weddings’ is targeted at new age Indian couples and brings together the finest names in wedding services uo-for a truly elegant, stylish and sophisticated wedding experience. Special privileges such as food and beverage discounts and a bonus of 25,000 Club CarlsonSM Gold Points, will be extended to all wedding bookings made at Radisson Blu hotels across India during the campaign period.

‘The Art of Weddings’ rolled out in the form of a two-day lavish experiential ‘Wedding Fair’ at Radisson Blu Hotel New Delhi Paschim Vihar on August 25 and 26.

The grand event will be held at Radisson Blu Hotel Indore on September 2 and 3. Partnering with the campaign are – India’s finest couture designer, Payal Singhal, who will present ‘The Azure Collection’, an exclusive line designed for Radisson Blu; renowned celebrity chef from Radisson Blu, Rakesh Sethi and his specially curated signature dishes; Ramit Batra, acclaimed destination wedding photographer and storyteller, who ties together vibrant and colourful memories of weddings through his photography; Puneet Gupta and his fashionable, bespoke wedding invitation designs; Jewels D’Allure that will bring together personalised, high-end jewellery and Eclairs Cakes; a specialist in designer wedding cakes. Leading make-up artist Kangana Kochhar will also participate in the New Delhi Fair to help would-be brides look their best on their special day.

Bespoke wedding packages include Silver and Gold Tier options with highlights such as signature dishes by Rakesh Sethi, a complimentary upgrade to Club Carlson SMSilver/Gold status and exclusive offers with local sari houses, jewellers and florists. Couples who book a wedding at either Radisson Blu Hotel New Delhi Paschim Vihar or Radisson Blu Indore Hotel during the ‘Fairs’ also stand a chance to win specially crafted Payal Singhal outfits worth INR 50,000 each.

 

Experiential workshops are also a key feature at the ‘Wedding Fairs’. Attendees will learn how to create an unforgettable destination wedding, select an ideal wedding invitation, trousseau and other gift packing techniques and latest trends, styles and flavours in the world of wedding cakes and much more. An exclusive session with Payal Singhal on a bride’s trousseau is also open for first 20 registrations in each city.

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Raj Rana, chief executive officer, South Asia, Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group said, “We are excited to launch The Art of Weddings in India where we have Radisson Blu hotels located in primary and secondary cities. We believe that Radisson Blu with its service philosophy of ‘Yes I Can!SM is uniquely positioned to deliver a one-stopdestinationforallweddingneeds of the Indian consumer. By introducing this campaign across all Radisson Blu hotels in India at one-go, we have ensured an inclusive, consistent and seamless experience for all guests looking to book their special occasion with us and we hope to leverage our strong brand presence across the country to maximise guest service.”


Entrance is free and open to the public at the ‘Wedding Fair’. For additional information on ‘The Art of Weddings’, please visit:
Website: http://www.artofweddings.in/home/
Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/artofweddingsIndia/
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/artofweddingsindia/

About Radisson Blu®
Radisson Blu® is one of the world’s leading hotel brands with 300 hotels in operation in 69 countries and territories.

Radisson Blu is a part of Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group, which also includes Quorvus Collection, Radisson®, Radisson RED, Park Plaza®, Park Inn® by Radisson and Country Inns & Suites By CarlsonSM.

 

Looking for office space in Indore – Go grab it at Bhadaas Café

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Indore: If you are engaged in marketing, running a business enterprise, or heading a not-for-profit organisation but lack the essential office space where you can work, have business meetings, strike deals and entertain prospective clients then we can surely provide a solution.
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Bhadas Café is offering a “Co-working space“ in the heart of the city. This unique space, which is airconditioned and equipped with a television set, printing equipment, multimedia facilities, computers and a wifi system, is a modern day smart office. It can be used for office purpose as per the needs of individual clients on a daily and hourly basis. Available would be facilities and infrastructure needed to execute entire jobs without any hindrance or disturbance. These facilitiea are being offered at the rock bottom rate of Rs. 999 per month.
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Get in touch with us at Bhadas Café, 27-A, Chandra Nagar, near Syndicate Bank, MR-9, Indore. To explore all about the workspace solution, just pick you handset and contact Atul Malikram at +919755020247. Simple -isn’t it?

Mumbai reels under the impact of heavy rains

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Mumbai through the windshield (Photos: courtesy Sawan Dutta)

Mumbai: Mumbai on Wednesday reeled under the impact of yesterday’s torrential rain.

Tuesday’s downpour, a record 298 mm of rainfall, was highest since August 1997.

Three persons were killed in separate house collapse incidents in the suburb of Vikhroli. The situation also got aggravated yesterday due to heavy tide.

Reservation and the little schoolboy who sells newspapers in running trains

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The reservation system or quota in jobs and educational institutions as guaranteed under the Indian constitution coupled with the benefit of reservation in promotion for the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes as introduced and perpetuated by several State Governments, including the central Indian State of Madhya Pradesh, is playing havoc with the lives of millions of people who do not fall in the reserved category.

The reservation system provides an opportunity to the well-off among the reserved category to enter the portals of higher learning, get the best of government jobs and rise the ladders of success without hurdles, while the poor among them continue to languish in poverty and utter backwardness. The reservation system,initially introduced for ten years in 1950, has got institutionalized as all political parties treat it as an instrument to keep the SCs and STs on their side when it comes to the politics of vote.

The little schoolboy in this video is from the unreserved category. He lost his father when he was just 2 or 3 years old. He sells newspapers in running trains to earn some money to support his family needs. He has two brothers. His eldest brother, who secured 95 per cent marks in high school has got the merit scholarship but unlike the SC and ST students, neither he nor his other brother who got 85 per cent marks in his last exam receive any help. When asked whether he would like to seek help from State Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, the boy replied with a human touch and said: “I am not alone. There are hundreds of thousands like me who are suffering.”