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Places to Visit near Chicago for those Looking for a Quick Getaway

Chicago is one of the top tourist places in USA and boasts beautiful architecture, a strong cultural scene, and a rich history. It is...

International Yoga Festival 2024 to Take Place in Rishikesh from March 8-14

The popular International Yoga Festival 2024 is all set to come across the serene lands of Rishikesh, situated between the majestic Himalayas. From March...

Explore Lesser-known Beaches in Karnataka

Karnataka, a state in India, is well-known for a lot more than its rich history and beautiful scenery. It also has a stunning 320...

United Airlines Increases Checked Baggage Fees, Following American Airlines and JetBlue

United Airlines has started the new year by making a lot of changes; be it in its fleet, services or baggage fees. A new...

US Elections 2020: Joe Biden Wins Presidency; Kamala Harris is the new Vice President.

Joseph Robinette Biden Jr. of the Democratic Party has been elected the 46th President of the United States! In what seemed like a cliffhanger...

The latest update on travel restrictions in the Philippines

The outbreak of the COVID-19 at the start of this year has caused many countries to self-impose lockdown at once and implement strict measures to contain...

Sarah McBride becomes the 1st transgender state senator in the history of US politics

While the world keeps a weather eye on the nail-biting vote-counting of the US Election 2020 for the outcome of a tight electoral battle between Republican...

A brief introduction to the Double Ninth Festival in China

The Double Ninth Festival, also known as Chongyang Festival, is a traditional Chinese festival whose origin dates to the Han Dynasty. Celebrated on the...

American and Qatar Airlines Rekindle Their Codeshare Agreement

After a two-year strained relation, American Airlines and Qatar Airlines have decided to renew their codeshare agreement. This new agreement shows the two airlines...

Taal Volcano Eruption Update 2020: The Island Remains Closed For Tourism

The Taal Volcano may be small with just 47 craters but remains the most active in the world. The recent January 12th Taal Volcano...

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