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ISSUE OF JUNE 2004  
 Cover Story
Crime And The Traveller
Obviously, the pun here is on Johannesburg, but the joke is also a reckoner about petty crimes in airports all over the globe. And, business travellers, being the fraternity which is most often on the move, are the specific victims of most airport and hotel crimes.
 Roving Eye
Vizag Blues
To a person who last visited Visakhapatnam five years ago, the city would be almost unrecognisable today. Where bare buildings stood, there are smart call centres or department stores sporting neon hoardings which has Katrina Kaif smiling down at you.
 Globe Trot
Indian hues In New York
The sidewalks are rumoured to be soiled with vermilion paan stains. Although I'm not sure that's entirely true, Jackson Heights in Queens, NYC, can make you forget homesickness in a hurry.
 Vanity Fare
Foto Talk || Longines Evidenza || Sweet Dreams || Ethnic Elegance || Road Rage || Celebration Time ||
Edit Gourmet Corner
The Complacency Factor
Your lap-top sir," said a panting lounge executive at the Johannesburg airport just as I exited the South African Airways business lounge.

Rashmi Uday Singh’s Good Food Guide
Coastly Fare
Sanjeev Kapoor's Khazana
In Rome, Eat As Romans Do!

Arabian Bites

High Profile News station
The World is not Enough
For Anand Sudarshan, CEO, Netkraft, the world is a small place interspersed with a large number of jet lags. Not only is he always on the move, but his office goes along with him, in the form of the laptop.

Amex Dining Experience On Offer
New Marriott In London
CAFÉ Plus Holidays From Club Mahindra

GetAway Hotel Watch

Monsoon Magic in Mandu
As raucous day trippers from Indore and Dhar thin out on an Independence Day evening, we turn into a by-lane of Mandu. A languor of dusk leavens from the grass-green quilt.

Lap Of Luxury
Boom Town’s Latest Hotspot

Wild Side Spotlight
Knocking on heaven’s door
Straight in your face, the striking facade of Mt. Kinner Kailash (6050 metres), a towering mass of black and grey, capped with snow, bathed in soft golden reddish early morning glow, peeping through the mist, left me transfixed.

Internet Hotel Reservations Untangling the Web of Confusion
If you are a business traveller in India and you are asked to travel to an unknown city for the first time …the very first question you would ask yourself is, ‘Where would I stay?’ Usually, you would ask someone.

U Matter EnVogue
First Aid In A Bottle
There are hundreds of different ‘essential oils’ to choose from and from every corner of the world, all offering different therapeutic properties.
Digital Passion
Photography used to be the affluent man's hobby. Even if, say, one managed to buy a good camera, every time you finished with your 24 or 36 photographs, you had to pay for the development of the films and then spend some more to buy new reels.
AskBT Readers’ Response
feBUSINESS TRAVELLER has PLAUSIBLE SOLUTIONS to your travel queries & options
Vijay Chadda - Chief Operating Officer, BTI-Sita, India answers your queries...

Readers’ Response

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