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A Food And Beverage News Special
December 31, 2005

Hoteliers ask Govt to rationalise taxes
The hotelier community in India has urged the Union Government to rationalise the rates of luxury tax.

15% growth in hospitality industry
The Indian hospitality industry is growing at a rate of 15 per cent annually.

Angsana gets honour for green initiative
Angsana Oasis Spa and Resort has bagged the environment champion award in the Small Hotel category for 2005.

AHAR calls for VAT relief, solving other problems
"With the government authorities it is always the case of who will bell the cat.

India has arrived
Kamlesh Barot, Hon. Secretary of Hotel & Restaurant Association (Western India) - HRAWI

Safe and convenient can opener
Remington Steel Arts are well known for their Remington Knives which are used by quality conscious establishments all over the country.

Open air heating comes to India
Allied Metal Works, a well know kitchen equipment manufacturing company in India has introduced a brand new way to tackle the problem of chilly winds and cold atmosphere in garden parties and outdoor banqueting during the winter months.

DuPont™ Corian®: Solid surfaces for food service applications
Pleasurable dining experience, for certain, depends on service, food quality and ambience.

Shrilalmahal to market branded processed food
Shivnath Rai Harnarain (India) Ltd, one of the largest exporter of rice from the country is planning to bring in branded processed food to meet the growing demand.

Nammura Hotel unveils novel concept of food service
Nammura Hotel Pvt. Ltd., part of the Mayura Enterprise has an innovative concept of selling 180 varieties of fresh food in kilograms and litres at wholesale prices.

MMP focuses on filtration and pollution control
MMP Filtration Pvt Ltd. has a wide range of products for almost any application that requires filtration so that industrial liquid and air pollution can be controlled.

Indian hospitality sector needs 60,000 new rooms
Indian hotel industry would require an additional 60,000 hotel rooms within the next three to four years to cater to the high growth of foreign tourist arrivals and the growing number of domestic tourists in the country.

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