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Vietnam is a country with astonishing and breathtaking natural beauty with a unique heritage. Every visitor leaves the country with unforgettable experiences. Sail over the seascape of Limestone islands from the deck of a traditional junk boat in Halong Bay to worlds most spectacular cave systems in Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park to witnessing a solitary grave in the cemetery of thousands of war victims to walking through the evergreen hills and scenic villages of Sapa Mountains, Vietnam offers different experiences.

Top 5 places to visit in Vietnam
1. Halong Bay was designated a World Heritage site in the year 1994, it is located in north-east Vietnam and is known for its emerald waters and thousands of towering limestone islands topped by rainforests. The bay is dotted with 1600 islands and islets and covers an area of 1,500 Sq Kms. Typically visited by Junk Boats; one can either do a day trip or an overnight trip. Ideally a overnight trip is highly recommended.

 

2. Hanoi the capital City of Vietnam. The city blends with the new vibe and offers a charm of old Asia. Chaotic Old Quarter is at the heart of Hanoi with its narrow streets and local vendors set up shops near the street. One will find the locals in conical hats pass by on their bicycles, or a tourist enjoying a Cyclo ride in the old quarter. Hanoi is where the paradox of modern Vietnam comes alive and the capital has a ancient history, colonial past and a modern outlook.

3. Hoi An is located in Central Vietnam and known for its well-preserved ancient town, cut through the canals. Hoi An a former port city reflects the same in its architecture with mix of eras and styles from wooden chinese shops and temples to colourful French colonial buildings, ornate Vietnamese tube houses ana a iconic Japanese covered bridge with its Pagoda.
4. Ho Chi Minh (earlier known as Saigon) is a city in southern Vietnam and played a very criticial role in the Vietnam War. Famous for the French colonial landmarks including the Notre-Dame Cathedral, 19th Century Post office and the food stalls lined in the streets around the famous Ben Thanh Market. Independence palace known is Reunification palace is also a important landmark of the city.

5. Sapa a mountain town in North Western Vietnam is a popular trekking base. The town overlooks the rice fields of Muong Hoa Valley. Sapa offers spectacular mountain views on clear days. Fansipan Legend Cable car near Sapa offers breathtaking views of Hoang Lien Son Range and Muong Hoa Valley.

Jay Kantawala, Founder of WIYO travel said, there are endless reasons to travel to Vietnam, the country has fascinating history, picturesque landscapes, lip smacking food, a trip to Vietnam can be serene, thrilling and relaxing.

Culinary Paradise
Vietnamese food offers incredibly subtle in its flavors and outstanding in its diversity, the local cuisine is a fascinating draw for travellers. One can enjoy the local street food or try their hand at learning the local cuisine at one of the many cooking schools. Chinese flavors influence the soups of the north and the spices add flavours to the southern cuisine along with the herbs adding flavors to the central coastline. One can visit the countryside, mingle with villagers, sample local dishes and sip rice wine in Vietnam’s many local markets.

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National Milk Day: Know history, significance of this day; Interesting facts about milk here

National Milk Day was established in 2014 by the Food and Agriculture Organisation to commemorate Dr. Verghese Kurien, who is considered the father of India’s White Revolution.

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Every year, National Milk Day is celebrated on November 26 across India. The largest milk producing country celebrates this day to demonstrate the importance of milk in everyone’s life. It is worth noting that National Milk Day and World Milk Day are two different events, observed on different dates with different significance.

National Milk Day was established in 2014 by the Food and Agriculture Organisation to commemorate Dr. Verghese Kurien, who is considered the father of India’s White Revolution.

Why is National Milk Day Celebrated?

National Milk Day is celebrated on November 26 all over India, and it was established by the Food and Agricultural Organisation in 2014.

The day is dedicated to honouring Dr. Verghese Kurien, who is considered to be the father of India’s White Revolution. November 26 is also his birth anniversary, which is why this day is even more important as it also highlights his contribution to the country’s dairy farming and production.

First National Milk Day:

The Indian Dairy Association (IDA) in 2014, took the initiative to celebrate this day for the first time. The first National Milk Day was marked on November 26, 2014, in which various milk producers from 22 states participated.

Kerala-born, Dr Verghese Kurien is known as the ‘Milkman of India’ and the father of the 1970s White Revolution. He came with the one billion litre idea of turning a milk-guzzling country into world’s top dairy producer.

National Milk Day: Interesting facts about milk here

Milk is one of the best sources of calcium and the only drink in the world that contains such a large amount of natural nutrients.

Dr Verghese worked towards enabling the country to have its own production centres of milk. His support was crucial in making the Amul girl ad campaign-which is one of the longest-running campaigns for decades.

His accolades include Ramon Magsaysay Award, World Food Prize, Padma Shri, Padma Vibhushan, Padma Bhushan and Wateler Peace Prize.

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Global availability of Covid vaccine for public only by mid-2021: Moody’s

The report said mass vaccination that significantly reduces individual and public health concerns would lift sentiment and present a significant upside to global growth.

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New Delhi: While recent news about the high effectiveness of two coronavirus vaccines is a promising sign in the effort to combat the pandemic, a vaccine for Covid-19 will not be widely distributed before mid-2021, Moodys Investors Service said on Tuesday.

“However, these developments do not change the assumption underpinning our economic forecasts that widespread, global availability of the vaccine to the general public is only likely by around mid-2021,” Moody’s said in a report.

It added that the recent positive news about the effectiveness of vaccines under development will do little to ease the immediate concern that the current rise in coronavirus cases across the US and Europe will dampen sentiments and economic momentum in these regions this quarter and the next.

“Our baseline economic forecasts balance the downside risks of increasing infections and new lockdowns in the next two months, against the potential for widespread vaccinations over the next 12 months. If lockdowns are more severe than we expect, the negative effect on GDP could be offset if a coronavirus vaccine is available quicker and uptake is wider than we had expected,” it added.

Although successful Phase 3 trials of vaccines are a big step, there are numerous hurdles ahead, including satisfying approval requirements by regulators in individual countries, production of the billions of doses required for mass vaccination, ensuring proper storage and building distribution networks.

Distribution will likely occur in phases once regulators approve a vaccine, with health officials prioritizing access for healthcare workers and those in other high-risk professions, as well as for people who are most vulnerable to COVID-19, such as older people and individuals in care homes.

Moody’s said two important variables in overall success of vaccines in curbing the pandemic will be the public’s willingness to get vaccinated and what percentage of the population will need to be vaccinated in order for the spread of the virus to be brought under control. Vaccine availability likely will vary across countries, with cost and access major hurdles in particular for less-developed economies.

Many advanced and a handful of middle-income emerging market countries have already secured contracts for hundreds of millions of doses of the vaccines. Residents of these countries will be among the first to get the vaccinations, with their economies benefiting from the associated easing of the public health crisis. The earlier the health crisis in a country subsides, the stronger the country’s economic recovery will be, it added.

The report said mass vaccination that significantly reduces individual and public health concerns would lift sentiment and present a significant upside to global growth.

As long as the coronavirus remains a health risk, social distancing restrictions and the reluctance of consumers to engage in high contact social and economic activity will mar the recovery of services sectors. As vaccines become broadly available, health fears and concerns about an uncertain economic and financial outlook should recede, allowing for a quicker resumption of activity in high contact sectors such as hotels, restaurants, theaters, mass transit, airlines and travel and tourism.

Moody’s said the pandemic has already inflicted enormous damage on the hardest-hit sectors and will continue to undermine their financial condition and prospects, with repeated virus outbreaks and lockdown measures suppressing demand. The risk of business failure increases exponentially the longer the pandemic prevents a return to some semblance of normal activity.

A vaccine will help accelerate the recovery. But for many of these businesses, survival will remain challenging until the virus is no longer viewed as a significant public health threat. It is difficult to know how many businesses will survive several more months of below-normal revenue, it added.

Small and midsized businesses across advanced and emerging market countries are at risk and more of them will undoubtedly close on account of the prolonged cash flow shock. And those that do survive will have the long and arduous task of rebuilding their balance sheets while also, in many cases, facing significant changes in consumer behavior and demand patterns. “Therefore, even if economic activity returns to healthy levels once a vaccine is widely available, the detrimental economic impact and transformed operating environment will be felt for years to come”, Moody’s said.

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Guru Tegh Bahadur Martyrdom Day: J-K Lt Governor Pays Tribute To Sikh Guru

Manoj Sinha noted that the pious day is a reminder to respect and uphold the ‘faith, belief and rights of people’.

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Jammu and Kashmir Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha paid rich tributes to Guru Tegh Bahadur, the ninth Sikh guru, on his martyrdom day on Tuesday.

“The teachings and martyrdom of Guru Tegh Bahadur underline one of the most fundamental principles of human existence, which is ensuring the right of everyone to breathe free and live unshackled,” Sinha said.

Guru Teg Bahadur’s sacrifice is an important reminder for the future generations to be committed towards upholding the faith, belief and rights of people, he added.

On this pious day, everyone must resolve to dedicate themselves to selfless service of others, the LG said.

“Peaceful co-existence, mutual respect for each other’s religious beliefs go a long way in uplifting individual lives and achieving harmony and compassion in the society,” he added.

Guru Tegh Bahadur was born on April 1, 1621. He resisted forced conversions of Hindus, Sikhs, Kashmiri Pandits and non-Muslims to Islam and was killed on this day in 1675 on the orders of the then Mughal emperor Aurangzeb in Delhi.

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