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Lobbying group: Two-thirds of Indiana’s hotels face closure

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — About two-thirds of Indiana’s hotels could be forced to close permanently in the coming months if Congress doesn’t provide more financial relief to the beleaguered hospitality industry that’s been hard-hit by the coronavirus pandemic, a national lobbying group says.

The American Hotel & Lodging Association, estimates that nearly 700 of Indiana’s 1,042 hotels will permanently close within the next six months if they don’t obtain additional funding, based on numbers from a national survey of its members earlier this month.

Nearly half of the state’s hotels could also face the risk of foreclosure, the survey found.

The conclusions highlight what the lobbying group says is a crucial need for more financial support from Congress to aid the nation’s hospitality industry, the Indianapolis Business Journal reported. “It’s time for Congress to put politics aside and prioritize American workers in the hardest-hit industries,” Chip Rogers, president and CEO of

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Two-thirds of Indiana’s hotels face closure

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — About two-thirds of Indiana’s hotels could be forced to close permanently in the coming months if Congress doesn’t provide more financial relief to the beleaguered hospitality industry that’s been hard-hit by the coronavirus pandemic, a national lobbying group says.

The American Hotel & Lodging Association, estimates that nearly 700 of Indiana’s 1,042 hotels will permanently close within the next six months if they don’t obtain additional funding, based on numbers from a national survey of its members earlier this month.

Nearly half of the state’s hotels could also face the risk of foreclosure, the survey found.


The conclusions highlight what the lobbying group says is a crucial need for more financial support from Congress to aid the nation’s hospitality industry, the Indianapolis Business Journal reported. “It’s time for Congress to put politics aside and prioritize American workers in the hardest-hit industries,” Chip Rogers, president and CEO of

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American Could Face Prison Time in Thailand for Posting Negative Tripadvisor Reviews of Resort

An American living in Thailand says he could face up to two years in prison for posting negative reviews of a resort, multiple outlets report.



a bridge over a body of water: Getty Koh Chang island in Thailand


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Getty Koh Chang island in Thailand

According to The New York Times, Wesley Barnes, a U.S. citizen who lives in the Asian country, posted a series of Tripadvisor reviews slamming the Sea View Koh Chang resort located on the island of Koh Chang, prompting the hotel to take action against him. The resort issued a complaint to local police citing Thailand’s defamation laws.



a bridge over a body of water: Koh Chang island in Thailand


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Koh Chang island in Thailand

Barnes was taken into custody earlier this month and stayed behind bars for a weekend as he was booked on a Saturday and couldn’t post bail until that Monday, the outlet reports.

It was not immediately clear if Barnes has an attorney.

Both parties issued statements to travel blogger Richard

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Priority for India to face England on home soil

Sourav Ganguly says the BCCI will do all it can to ensure India have home advantage against England next year.

England are scheduled to travel to India for five Tests, three ODIs and three Twenty20 International matches between January and March.

There has been talk of those encounters being staged in the United Arab Emirates due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The Indian Premier League was moved to the UAE, but BCCI president Ganguly hopes international cricket can take place on Indian soil early next year.

“Priority is to make this happen in India. We will try to make this happen on Indian grounds,” said the former India all-rounder.

“The advantage in UAE is they have three stadiums [in Abu Dhabi, Sharjah and Dubai],

“We also have the same facility in Mumbai – CCI, Wankhede and DY Patil. We also have Eden Gardens. We have to create a bubble.

“We want

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American Could Face Prison in Thailand After Posting Negative Reviews of a Resort

An American man who lives in Thailand was unhappy that a resort hotel wanted to charge him a $15 corkage fee for bringing his own bottle of gin to the restaurant. He argued with a manager and then later did what has become second nature for disgruntled tourists: He posted negative reviews of the resort online.

The hotel, the Sea View Koh Chang resort on the island of Koh Chang, was equally unhappy with the guest and what it saw as his one-man campaign to damage its reputation. Unable to reach him or halt his posts on TripAdvisor, the resort filed a complaint with the Thai police under the country’s harsh defamation law.

As a result, the guest, Wesley Barnes, was arrested this month and spent a weekend in jail. If convicted of criminal defamation, he faces up to two years in prison.

If the Sea View was hoping to

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J.J. Watt to face off against brothers in Texans-Steelers game

Sunday’s Texans game in Pittsburgh has plenty of story lines, including a historic family matchup.

For only the second time since 1927, a trio of brothers will play in the same game. (The Edmunds brothers did so in 2019.)

Eldest brother J.J. will face younger brothers Derek and T.J., who play for the Steelers.

Competition is nothing new for the family.

“They were doing some sort of sport,” said Connie Watt, the boys’ mother, “and as soon as they finished one, they’d run to get another ball.”

‘We had a full on hockey net,” said TJ.

“A legitimate hockey net with pucks and big sticks,” added Derek.

“We’d shoot actual pucks in the basement,” said TJ, and the boys recalled leaving marks on their parents walls.

All three are excited for Sunday’s unique opportunity.

“Just to have all of us playing in the NFL was really cool,” said J.J., “to

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Crowds in face masks pack China auto show

Crowds in face masks pack China auto show

10-day Beijing extravaganza opens five months after original date

Tickets were limited this year in a bid to reduce crowds, although crowds surged through the exhibition centre shoulder-to-shoulder. (AFP Photo)
Tickets were limited this year in a bid to reduce crowds, although crowds surged through the exhibition centre shoulder-to-shoulder. (AFP Photo)

BEIJING: Crowds packed a mega motor show in Beijing on Saturday — the only major international auto event this year — as manufacturers hope to boost the world’s biggest car market despite the coronavirus battering demand.

Delayed for five months because of the pandemic, the 10-day event opened as China has largely brought the virus outbreak under control, although travel restrictions mean most overseas executives appeared virtually to introduce their new motors.

But this did not stop a packed audience in mandatory face masks from cheering as new cars were driven on stage to be shown off.

The fact the glitzy gathering was going ahead marked “a symbol of hope” in the

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The Queen And The Royal Family Face $44 Million Shortfall But Palace Claim ‘No Intention’ Of Asking Public For More Money

The Royal Family has hinted at belt-tightening years ahead after revealing the impact of the pandemic on its income, and the cost of Royal travel, in its financial accounts for 2019-20. The Queen’s chief finance officer has warned the Royal balance sheet faces a potential $45 million shortfall as the cost of the pandemic takes its toll on Royal spending.

Yesterday, during a briefing before the official release of the accounts, Sir Michael Stevens, Keeper of the Privy Purse (the official name for the Queen’s chief finance officer) warned of a significant $25.4 million (£20 million) blackhole to emerge in the $468 million (£369 million) needed to complete the ten-year refurbishment to Buckingham Palace.

A further “significant reduction in income” from visitors to Royal landmarks like Windsor Castle will slash $6.3 million (£5 million) “per

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Asia’s coronavirus ‘travel bubbles’ fail to form, and travelers face a long winter at home

With the end of the year approaching, travelers holding onto hope they may still get to enjoy a quick winter escape in Asia are facing some hard truths right now.



a small boat in a body of water: In this photo taken on August 18, 2020 a taxi boat is anchored along an empty beach in Chalok Baan Kao Bay in Koh Tao island in the Gulf of Thailand.


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In this photo taken on August 18, 2020 a taxi boat is anchored along an empty beach in Chalok Baan Kao Bay in Koh Tao island in the Gulf of Thailand.

Christmas on the beach in Phuket? Highly unlikely — unless you’re willing to quarantine in a hotel for two weeks first.

Lunar New Year in Bali next February? Don’t book those flights just yet.



a group of people lying on a sandy beach: Though closed to international tourism, Bali remains open to domestic tourists.


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Though closed to international tourism, Bali remains open to domestic tourists.

The list of countries in the region that are off limits to most leisure travel remains long and, according to the experts, is likely to remain that way for some time yet.

In early

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