Marriott International today announced the opening of its brand new Fairfield by Marriott hotel in Coimbatore offering 126 guest rooms.
"We believe the market is ideal for Fairfield, which is a brand that enables purpose driven travel and delivers optimised value at a great price.
"As Marriott further expands its brand portfolio across the growing tier II markets in India, we definitely see great potential and the opportunity for Fairfield By Marriott becoming a favourite with the business and leisure travellers in the city," Marriott International Area Vice-President, South Asia, Neeraj Govil said in a release here.
Fairfield by Marriott has nearly 850 properties around the globe.
US college admission test to expand in India through MeritTrac Assessment company MeritTrac today said it has joined hands with ACT that will make the ACT test available to more students in India.
Under the agreement, ACT will reach more students in India who wish to pursue their higher education in the US, a release issued here said.
"We are thrilled to be joining forces with MeritTrac so that more students in India are able to benefit from the ACT test and use their results to apply to US colleges and universities," ACT vice president for international Jacqueline Krain said.
Currently, ACT test centres are available in 20 locations across India, including Mumbai, Kolkata, Hyderabad, New Delhi, Chennai and Bangalore.
Govt needs to review GST, take remedial measures: CAIT The Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT) today said the government needs to review the GST structure and take remedial measures.
"Now the time has come when the government should move forward to make GST a stable taxation system by conducting an overall review of GST structure and take remedial measures.
"No direct communication of the government with the trading community so far is the root cause for chaos and confusion," CAIT National President B C Bhartia said.
He said a permanent mechanism needs to be formed to make regular inter-action both at the Central and state levels.
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