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ISSUE OF FEBRUARY 2004  
 Cover Story
And the reader's choice is ....
It was an evening of high-voltage drama and anticipation. The J W Marriott hotel, Mumbai, was awash with colour and excitement: serious-looking black suits were set off against glittering sequins and vibrant silks, as the who’s who of the Indian corporate travel and hospitality world filed into the hotel’s opulent banquet hall.
 Roving Eye
Culture Curry
The first thing that I noticed about Mangalore was its cleanliness. It was cleaner than any city I had seen in recent times. The streets are neat, shop-fronts have no traces of garbage and there is a pleasant green cover throughout.
 Globe Trot
Shopping and More Dubai
Five thousand years ago Dubai was on the trade route between Mesopotamia and our Indus Valley civilisation. We believe that traders and travellers in pursuit of commerce evolved into tourists.
 Vanity Fare

Italian Sole || Life Uncommon With Samsung || Tantalising ‘Ten Tation'

 Visa Tips
Austria || Canada
Edit Gourmet Corner
Deserving Winners
It's official now. Business travellers all over this country have clearly indicated their preferences in hotels (business & leisure), airlines (domestic & international), MICE destination (international) and car rental agency at the first-ever popular choice awards in the business travel segment in India.

Rashmi Uday Singh’s Good Food Guide
The Gallery Café A Lankan Masterpiece
Sanjeev Kapoor's Khazana
Vishalla – Gujarati Goodies Galore

High Profile GetAway
Banking on adventure
Papiya De finds that being a busy investment banker has not dampened Lazard India chairman Udayan Bose’s urge to explore
Spanish Sojourn
I have always thought that if I could choose any culture in the world (other than Indian, of course), I would want to be Spanish.
News Station Hotel Watch

Full House For WTI 2004 In Mumbai
Maharashtra State, MTDC To Propel India’s First Powerboat World Championship

Exotic Hideaway
Luxury By The Sea

WildSide Spotlight
Tigerless in Ranthambore
Oh for a tiger! A tight knot of anticipation and yearning churned my stomach as I stepped out of Sawai Madhopur station. Even though I knew it was a ‘game of chance’ I had pinned all my hopes on finally sighting a full grown tiger in Ranthambore National Park and Tiger Reserve.
Tee Time
It’s an incurable epidemic that’s sweeping across corporate India. Susan George gets swinging on the green to find out just why businesspersons are hooked on golf
U Matter EnVogue
Zen and the Art of Stress Maintenance
Murli Menon takes you through a few techniques to beat stress, an ailment which is more common than the common cold
Spaces That Work
Once upon a time, when one thought of the ‘office’, the image that came to mind was a staid ambience, rows of desks and chairs, steel and wooden racks with files, a typist or two at the employee’s zone and a cabin for the ‘Boss’.
AskBT Readers’ Response
feBUSINESS TRAVELLER has PLAUSIBLE SOLUTIONS to your travel queries & options
Vijay Chadda - Chief Operating Officer, BTI-Sita, India answers your queries...

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