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Alibaba’s Jack Ma, China’s Richest Man, to Retire From Company He Co-Founded

HONG KONG — Alibaba’s co-founder and executive chairman, Jack Ma, said he planned to step down from the Chinese e-commerce giant on Monday to pursue philanthropy in education, a changing of the guard for the $420 billion internet company.A former English teacher, Mr. Ma started Alibaba in 1999 and built it into one of the world’s most consequential e-commerce and digital payments companies, transforming how Chinese people shop and pay for things. That fueled his net worth to more than $40 billion, making him China’s richest man. He is revered by many Chinese, some of whom have put his portrait in their homes to worship in the…

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Travel Agency and Tour Operation Business

TRAVEL AGENCY A travel agency is a travel consultant, tour organizer and a middle-man between the tourism service suppliers (hotels, car rentals, cruises, airlines, buses etc.) and the travelers. They are a one-stop travel solution provider who provides information on anything related to travel like information about travel formalities, visa information, accommodation, accessibility and other recreational facilities etc. They work on a commission basis and are an important establishment as they help provide business to the suppliers of services. Today’s Men are too busy to organize their travel itineraries personally. For example: A person wanting to travel to Thailand has to book tickets for airlines, sightseeing, hotels,…

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Learning Tourism Basics – PART I

What is Tourism? Tourism is an activity where tourists visits from his place of origin to a different destination staying at least 24 hours for leisure, business, mission, VFR (Visiting Friends & Relatives) or meetings and conferences. INTERNATIONAL TOURISM It is of two types: Inbound and Outbound. Inbound Tourism Tourism activities taking place from the visitors who are visiting a particular country/ destination which is outside from their original country. Example: A traveler visiting India from Japan is an Inbound Tourist and He is performing Inbound Tourism. Outbound Tourism Tourism activity taking place from the visitors who are visiting outside their original place of stay to other…

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CBSE UGC NET Dec 2014 Paper 1 Answer Key for all Sets

This year’s NET/JRF is conducted by the CBSE and not by UGC. Here is an improved list of answers for your December 2014 Paper I for all Paper Sets (W, X, Y & Z). The Exam was conducted on 28th of Dec 2014 all over India. We highly recommend you to kindly participate in the discussion with your valuable comments along with the justification for your answer. Paper Set: Z HINT: Correct Answers are marked in Blue Color   1. Which of the following institutions are empowered to confer or grant degrees under the UGC Act, 1956? (A) A university established by an Act of Parliament. (B)…

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Tour Itinerary – Definition and Types

What is an Itinerary? Well it is a fundamental component of a tour package. In fact, itineraries are step by step plans of the tour which includes the origin, destination and all the en route places bundled along with travel basics like accommodation, sightseeing, transportation, and other kinds. Itineraries are designed depending on type of trips pursued by the tourists. Transportation can be air, surface or water. Accommodation can be guesthouses, hotels, motels, youth hostels, pent houses and so on. It has two segments viz. Inbound and Outbound. A few journey types can be – One Way Trip, Round Trips, Circle Trip, Around the World Trips and…

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Java questions

1. What is 'Java Native interface'(JNI)? Java Native Interface (JNI) allows Java programs to use functions written in other (low-level) languages such as C. Java produces code that can be executed by a virtual machine and hence it is a protable code. But it is typically slower than equivalent code written in a language (such as C) in which the code is compiled to native code or machine code. Also, it is not possible to write very low-level code (such as writing data or communicating directly to a peripheral device), and cannot be implemented in plain Java code. With Java Native Interface(JNI) we can use native methods that are written in the languages like C…

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How To Write Unique And Smart Articles on the Web?

  Nobody is perfect! It is not a simple task to write down smart content likewise as ensuring the content is free from grammatical errors and plagiarism. Even the skilled author also generally encounters errors in his/her writing. It is natural to make mistakes and people learn from mistakes. I'm not an immaculate author here however still I’d like to share a couple of things to writers who are searching for tips about the way to write or present a piece with smart content and additionally plagiarism free. I've gained good remarks from various sites applying below mentioned fundamentals and hope these will benefit you too. 1. Initially…

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UGC NET June 2014 Tourism Administration and Management Paper II Answer Key

Here is the Solved question paper of June 29th UGC NET 2014, Paper-II TOURISM ADMINISTRATION AND MANAGEMENT by the Zinyor Team. We believe the solved answers are the best we could provide with our knowledge and expertise. However, we cannot assure a complete guarantee of the answers. These answers were gathered after a comprehensive research by our expert. If you have any queries of the questions, we are free to discuss and rectify just in case you have an opinion to share. 1.       Assertion (A): To curtail the crime against women, Goa’s Tourism Department has prohibited drinking alcohol on its beaches. Reason (R): Drinking alcohol is not…

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Socio-Cultural Impacts of Tourism

Tourism Impacts on the Culture and Social Environment of a place is by far mostly viewed on the more brighter side because of the foreign economy and the expenses that the tourists spend during their tour. Being the largest industry in the world, it is needless to mention the huge potential it has in developing a place in all aspects. Tourism can improve the quality and enhance the lifestyle of a local community through the active guest-host interaction. Infrastructure improvements like utilization of public spaces, transportation, and recreational  facilities are enjoyed by international, domestic tourists and the local people as well. Another positive impact is the generation…

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Fastest Bird in the World – The Peregrine Falcon

The Peregrine Falcon is the fastest bird in the world and is known for its amazing speed and agility. They are sometimes called as Duck Hawk and are known to perform steep dives at incredible speeds and catch prey mid-air. Fastest Bird - 'The Peregrine Falcon' Interesting Facts: These birds can reach up to 322 kph (242 mph) : National Geographic Source They have strong talons and hooked beaks with amazing aerodynamic body build. They feed other birds. Their amazing speed chases other birds and tires them. Apart from only birds they also feed on reptiles, insects, rabbits, fishes and even rodents. They are found in every…

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