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first_imgLetterkenny will once again wow the rest of the country when the all new Voodoo lounge and Tessie’s Bar opens its doors this Friday evening 8th March from 6pm.An extensive renovation has seen the whole venue stripped back to the bare walls and completely transformed into something that wouldn’t feel out of place in the luxurious surroundings of Dubai or the entertainment capital of Las Vegas.No expense has been spared, extravagance has been promised – and it’s extravagance in abundance customers will definitely get. All New Voodoo Lounge & Tessie’s Bar Re Opening This Friday 8th March 6pmWayne Martin Design, the design company behind this very unique space, wanted to bring together all the aspects needed to create the perfect hospitality package under one roof, and it has certainly paid off.Certain key factors have been kept, the emphasis on quality entertainment remains firmly intact.A brand new acoustically designed stage has been created in an area that will maximize the customer experience, plus there a state of art Harmonic Design Sound System and a lighting concept that will again leave you speechless – live music will be taken to a whole new level.Not one, but two purposely built and meticulously designed cocktail bars will offer a huge range of fresh, handmade craft cocktails put together by nationally trained mixologists, there is something to match every taste on offer. All New Voodoo Lounge & Tessie’s Bar Re Opening This Friday 8th March 6pmThe injection of sport is a whole new angle for Voodoo, not previously known for its sports viewing. This has been completely flipped on its head with the investment of 3 state of the art 85in HD4k televisions and a total of 11 screens in total. Sport has now become extremely serious at Voodoo.All live sporting events will be shown on some of the largest screens in Donegal. With cutting edge technology and a red hot atmosphere, Voodoo lounge will become the top spot to experience all live sporting events.All New Voodoo Lounge & Tessie’s Bar Re Opening This Friday 8th March 6pmDue to the overwhelming success of House Wine and Tap Room’s gourmet rustic stone baked pizza service, the all-new Voodoo lounge will be providing a large range of gourmet pizzas throughout the evening. These can be sampled 7 days per week – Keep an eye out for the all new party package pizza deals and match day meal deals, guaranteed to not only fill you also impress you.No stone has been left unturned within this extra special venue, the attention to detail is breathtaking – The new Voodoo Lounge and Tessie’s Bar has been said to be a true testament to the already mind blowing standard of hospitality offered in Letterkenny.Yet again Letterkenny has raised the bar to a whole new level. All New Voodoo Lounge & Tessie’s Bar Re Opening This Friday 8th March 6pmVoodoo Lounge opens up this Friday evening from 7pm, we are all formally invited to experience the next chapter in entertainment, nightlife and luxury. Want to win a €50 voucher for Voodoo Venue? Click here to enter our Donegal Daily Facebook giveaway: www.facebook.com/donegaldailyFirst Look: See inside new Voodoo Lounge re-opening this Friday was last modified: March 7th, 2019 by Staff WriterShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:reopeningtessie’s barVOODOOlast_img read more

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first_imgEurekAlert summarized a paper in Science1 that confirmed an earlier claim (02/10/2005) that intact mangrove forests along the Asian coastlines would have prevented the bulk of damage and death from last year’s mega-tsunami.  A large, diverse research team from seven nations estimated that more than 90% of the damage could have been prevented by the buffer effect of mangrove forests absorbing the wave energy.  See also Science News,2 that said that in areas of maximum tsunami intensity, little could have prevented catastrophic destruction; but areas hit by 4- to 5-meter waves were modest enough for vegetation to make a difference.    Mangroves grow naturally in coastline thickets about 30 trees per 100 square meters, but have been drastically reduced by business interests to the point of becoming an endangered species.  The cleared coastlines were among the hardest hit by the waves.  For instance, two shoreline villages unprotected by mangroves in India were obliterated, whereas three other villages behind a screen of mangroves hundreds of meters thick survived.    The affected nations are now looking again at restoring this natural protection zone, this “living dyke,” realizing that mangroves will not only provide defense from the next extreme storm surge, but also enrich local fisheries and habitats of many native species.1Danielson et al., “The Asian Tsunami: A Protective Role for Coastal Vegetation,” Science, Vol 310, Issue 5748, 643, 28 October 2005, [DOI: 10.1126/science.1118387].2Ben Harder, “Breaking Waves: Mangroves shielded parts of coast from tsunami,” Science News, Week of Oct. 29, 2005; Vol. 168, No. 18, p. 276.Famous last words: “Look at this mess of trees blocking our view of the sea.  How are we supposed to get our boats on the water through all that tangled up wood in the way?  Those mangroves are such a pain.  Cut ’em all down.  I’ll start a fishery, and Sam, think of all the money you could make with a beach resort hotel over there.”(Visited 6 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0last_img read more

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first_img{loadposition tc}Click on a thumbnail for a low-resolution image, or right-click on the link below it to download a high-resolution copy of the image.» Download Countryside contact sheet (1.6MB) » Download full image library contact sheet (10.5MB) KwaZulu-Natal province: The luxury Didima holiday resort in the Drakensberg range of mountains.Photo: Hannelie Coetzee,MediaClubSouthAfrica.com » Download high-res image KwaZulu-Natal province: The luxury Didima holiday resort in the Drakensberg range of mountains.Photo: Hannelie Coetzee,MediaClubSouthAfrica.com » Download high-res image KwaZulu-Natal province: The luxury Didima holiday resort in the Drakensberg range of mountains.Photo: Hannelie Coetzee,MediaClubSouthAfrica.com » Download high-res image KwaZulu-Natal province:Sugarcane Fields in the north coast region.Photo: Hannelie Coetzee,MediaClubSouthAfrica.com » Download high-res image KwaZulu-Natal Midlands: Dairy goat on Swissland Cheese Farm. Photo: Hannelie Coetzee, MediaClubSouthAfrica.com » Download high-res image KwaZulu-Natal Midlands: Dairy goats on Swissland Cheese Farm. Photo: Hannelie Coetzee, MediaClubSouthAfrica.com » Download high-res image KwaZulu-Natal Midlands: Dairy goats on Swissland Cheese Farm. Photo: Hannelie Coetzee, MediaClubSouthAfrica.com » Download high-res image KwaZulu-Natal Midlands: Dairy goats on Swissland Cheese Farm. Photo: Hannelie Coetzee, MediaClubSouthAfrica.com » Download high-res image KwaZulu-Natal Midlands: Dairy goats on Swissland Cheese Farm. Photo: Hannelie Coetzee, MediaClubSouthAfrica.com » Download high-res imageCOUNTRYSIDE 23: {loadposition cs}Having trouble downloading high-resolution images? Queries about the image library? Email Janine Erasmus at janinee@mediaclubsouthafrica.com.last_img read more

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first_imgA happy mini-cacher making the find. Photo by geocacher Fee&meGeocaching can be a bit like searching for hidden treasure. For instance, just like having an X on a map, we have satellites that tell us exactly where the “booty” is hidden. And just like a treasure chest filled with gold doubloons, we have ammo cans that are filled with…Well maybe that’s a bad analogy. Anyway, it’s no secret that geocachers have a certain affinity for seafaring, treasure-hunting, patch-and-parrot-adorned pirates—so finding a pirate-themed geocache like this week’s Geocache of the Week should be on every geocacher’s to-do list.Geocacher Nashuan‘s first geocache, creatively named Nashuan’s First Cache (GC1D56C), is an extraordinary pirate-themed geocache located in New Hampshire, USA. While this is a two-stage multi-cache, the difficulty and terrain ratings are only 1.5, so the journey shouldn’t be too taxing. However, be sure to pay attention to the geocache description—without it, you’ll be left locked out of the geocache.The pirates trying to figure out how to access the booty. Photo by Frau PotterOnce you’ve arrived at the final location and unlocked the final stage, this geocache shows the true reason why it’s being awarded Geocache of the Week. You unveil the scene of, “Captain Jack, his first mate Arthur and his second mate Nate in the dungeon of the Castle Waltraud; trying to get into the treasure room in search of gold doubloon sig. item coins that they can use to place in caches throughout the area.” The scene is complete with a goblet that tilts down to reveal travel bugs and a leather-bound logbook.The geocachers who have earned their smiley on this geocache agree: the craftsmanship and creativity that went into creating this geocache is incredible. In a recent trip to the area, Geocaching HQ staffer Frau Potter had the opportunity to find this geocache. In her log, she writes, “Wow! I have found many geocaches. This one is near the top of the heap. The kids were delighted since they are often disappointed that other geocaches don’t have “treasure”. It was a dream come true to find the “x” marks the spot. Thanks to the cache owner got the great effort it took to construct and maintain this one. You sure set a high standard for others.”For a closer look at the geocache and how it was made, check out this video Nashuan made of the creation process:  (Warning: Spoiler Alert)We’re continually blown away by geocachers who push the limits of creativity with the geocaches they publish. What geocacher has hidden geocaches that totally blow your mind? Let us know in the comments.Continue to explore some of the most engaging geocaches around the globe. Check out all the Geocaches of the Week on the Geocaching blog or view the Bookmark List on Geocaching.com.If you would like to nominate a Geocache of the Week, send an email with your name, comments, the name of the geocache, and the GC code to pr@geocaching.com.Share with your Friends:More SharePrint RelatedCelebrate International Talk Like a Pirate Day — Pirate’s Quest Stolen Treasure (GC28T4Y) — Geocache of the WeekSeptember 18, 2013In “Community”When a geocache is more like a theme park. — Dead Men Tell No Tales (GC46ZT4) — Geocache of the WeekJanuary 29, 2014In “Community”Geocaching with Zorro – A Literary ChallengeMarch 21, 2012In “Community”last_img read more

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first_imgMassive Non-Desk Workforce is an Opportunity fo… Tags:#enterprise#Products Cognitive Automation is the Immediate Future of… 3 Areas of Your Business that Need Tech Now Google announced today that everyone using Google Apps enterprise or education editions can now use their organization’s domain as a federated single sign-on. That means that millions of schools, businesses and other organizations can now use their Apps accounts as an OpenID. For a movement that has seen adoption held back because of confusion or just plain unfamiliarity among consumers, this should be a huge boost. However, a few prominent developers and advocates feel that Google’s approach is not entirely acceptable. They are critical of the use of vendor-specific extensions and APIs instead of the open standards that are so important to OpenID.The Sound & FuryThe concern that some OpenID developers have expressed publicly is in regard to the way that OpenID discovery occurs. The crux of their concern is not whether Google’s solution will work; it’s about whether Apps OpenID will function as a provider that gives people full control of their online identity. Independently of the OpenID Foundation, Google has rushed to use their own methods. Unlike OAuth, the discovery is currently a part of the OpenID core, even if it isn’t related to how the actual authentication functions. In order to be redirected from their domains to Google’s OpenID service, relying parties will have to use an extension developed by Janrain, despite work that is well underway by the Foundation on a standard independent of any one vendor. Google, Your New Identity HubNow that the Apps OpenID has been released, another issue has arisen. It’s related to how Google will become an identity hub for SaaS partners which want to let their users login with their Apps accounts. Early partners in this program that were announced in the blog post by Google today include Ping Identity and Manymoon. Some have taken issue with Google’s API even being the fallback system should a normal request fail. But for these partners, it looks as if the API is not the fallback system: it’s the default. By cutting corners and not using a more neutral method, Google is unlikely to get the support from the OpenID Foundation they want. In a phone call today, Google’s Eric Sachs said that though the company has no control over how partners choose to implement the system, it was necessary to use the API if they choose to present it to users as a way to log in directly with Apps. Thin IceIt would seem that despite best intentions for an exciting project, there are some issues that could curtail support for the initiative. The announcement of the plan was accidentally leaked to the public earlier this month, and it revealed fears at Google that the project could be viewed by the community as an attempt to co-opt OpenID.To Google’s credit, they’ve been talking with the OpenID Foundation to try and address any concerns. “We definitely do want to work with the community on this.” said Sachs. Still, any opposition from the OpenID Foundation or the community at large about how Google is implementing OpenID could damage its “don’t be evil” credibility, at the very least. center_img steven walling Related Posts IT + Project Management: A Love Affairlast_img read more

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first_imgadriana lee Given that battery drain is one of the top nuisances of smartphone usage, and that GPS is often a primary culprit, it would be great if users could actually control the function. Right now, we can go into Location Services (in Settings) and turn it on or off—across the board or on an app-by-app basis. But frankly, it’s still a pain in the neck.Apple gives app makers the ability to adjust GPS and location services through its Core Location framework. This lets developers decide whether their apps will engage the GPS antenna consistently—essential for functions like navigation—or just occasionally.But not all apps use this tool efficiently. And rather than forcing me to delete them or block them completely, let me choose which apps can occasionally hit up the GPS. That way, I can still use them without sucking my battery dry.5. Tighter Integration Between OS X And iOS Tags:#Apple#iOS 8#iPhone#WWDC 2014 Digging into my iPhone’s inbox for a specific message—a friend’s list of recommended Napa wineries—I can only think of one thing: I could really use a glass of pinot right now. Searching within the Mail app is clumsy, broken and frustrating. And it’s not the only annoyance in Apple’s mobile operating system.When iOS 7 came along, it was a major software upgrade, both visually and functionally, offering the most changes users have ever seen in one fell swoop. But it didn’t solve everything. The 2-year-old Maps app, though evolving, still has plenty of room for improvement. The lawsuit-inspiring iMessage debacle also clearly needs some urgent attention, especially if a user’s friends have switched from iOS to Android. And there are other fundamentals in the operating system that sorely need a revamp.Where Apple Should Cast Its “i” Next If there’s a top priority, it has to be fixing iMessage. When users leave iOS, iMessage doesn’t realize they’ve left and attempts to deliver iPhone texts to them through Apple’s system. This, of course, doesn’t work. And the intended recipient—now on Android or another platform—never gets the message.Apple pledges to fix this, but its past attempts haven’t squashed the bug yet. Granted, the solution may be trickier than it seems. It might even require carriers reporting in whenever iPhone users jump ship to another handset. Or even doing the unthinkable, like looping in Android to ensure cross compatibility.Regardless, Apple has to sort this out and fast. The fundamental part of a smartphone is not the “smart” part; it’s the phone. Making sure that a core communications feature—i.e., SMS texts—”just works” is non-negotiable. Too many people rely on it.2. Fill In Obvious Gaps In Apple AppsSearching Mail is a horrid experience, with no way to filter or sort results. And it’s rather obvious that the app is not searching the messages on the server, no matter what it tells you.See also: How iOS 8 Will Fix Apple MapsMaps has come a long way since it launched. At least you don’t hear about people being navigated into lakes anymore, which is good (though it’s hardly anything to write home about). The app, though, is still missing a core function: transit info. Apple acquired Hopstop last year, so there’s really no excuse not to integrate that data right into Maps in iOS 8.Meanwhile, over in Safari, I’d love to save webpages to Pocket or Evernote. There’s simply no straightforward way to do that without emailing links.3. Let Users Change Default Apps Role of Mobile App Analytics In-App Engagement When I interviewed LastPass founder Joe Siegrist, he mentioned something that stuck with me: His app—which saves and protects passwords—can’t function the way he wants it to in iOS. The reason? Sandboxing.“Basically, sandboxing means that apps are isolated and can only play within their own sandbox,” he said. “LastPass is special, in that it needs to interact with other sandboxes. It needs to interact with other apps.” This is why you can’t just access an account in Safari, and have LastPass auto-fill your username and password, like Android users can. And although Apple offers its own built-in password manager for Safari, neither that nor LastPass can fill in logins for your banking, Facebook or other dedicated apps.Apple has always held an iron-fisted grip on its ecosystem, largely to ensure a smooth experience for its users. But continuing to isolate apps—during a time when software development is all about integration—could wind up making iOS feel hopelessly out of date.Turns out, Apple may know that all too well. Rumor has it that the company has been developing an API to let apps share data with each other. Hopefully iOS 8 will benefit from all that work, and actually let apps communicate directly.One More Thing …Some of these issues are longstanding complaints about the experience with the iPhone and its iOS cousins, the iPad and iPod Touch. And in the past, the odds that Apple might actually address such fundamental issues were next to nil.But that was then. Apple during Steve Jobs’ reign was steeped in technological righteousness. (If you couldn’t get a signal, it’s not the phone’s fault. You’re just holding it wrong.) It was easy to overlook the company’s control freak personality, because it kept many sketchy developers and poorly written apps at bay. But now, it just feels limited. Even old-fashioned.Current CEO Tim Cook likely knows that. At the very least, he seems to be running a different joint than his predecessor. Cook’s Apple admits failures. It recognizes bugs and pledges to fix them. It might even reverse course and buck the departed Apple co-founder: Jobs once told journalists that no one would buy big smartphones. Now, some sites believe a 4.7-inch iPhone 6 is in the works. If true, that would be the largest iPhone that has ever existed.In years past, the company would have never considered the wish list items mentioned above. It still might not. But times have changed. Some may not like this kinder, gentler Apple, but in that, others might see hope for more flexibility. It’s something Apple greatly needs, if it wants to cast its “i” to the future.Sandbox image by Flickr user Ben Dunham The Rise and Rise of Mobile Payment Technologycenter_img If Apple can’t (or won’t) fix its stock apps, at least let people switch them out.iCab Mobile is an extremely useful, adaptable mobile Web browser capable of handling plugins and other features. It’s an app I wish I could use more often, but I can’t. Every time I click a link in an app, it fires up Safari. The Mailbox app from Dropbox has helped me tame my inbox, but when I need to email a link, pic or other item, I don’t have an option to use it; I always get Apple’s inbuilt Mail app instead.I’d also love to ditch the default Calendar and Camera, not to mention Apple’s stock keyboard. Every time I see an Android user zooming through text entry with a Swype gesture-based keyboard, I can hardly contain my jealousy.And after years of issuing iOS releases, it’s mind-boggling that users still can’t delete the Stocks app. It’s a minor grumble in light of the rest, but its persistence is simply inexplicable and frustrating.4. Allow More Control Over GPS To Help Battery Life Related Posts Next week, the company kicks off its Worldwide Developers Conference, where it’s expected to unveil iOS 8. This is a prime opportunity to address a few ongoing issues for users and developers alike.It’s good timing, too. Apple devices may still account for the biggest market share globally, but according to data from Net Applications, its slice of the pie is shrinking. Last month, worldwide iOS share on tablets and smartphones slumped from 53.29 percent in March 2014 to 51.11 percent in April 2014. That was its lowest point in a year. In April 2013, iOS accounted for 59.04 percent.Here are some of our hopes for things the iPhone maker could do to make users and developers happy—including fixing its own Apple-made apps, letting users replace them, and allowing apps to talk directly to each other.1. Fix iMessage—And Stat! Why IoT Apps are Eating Device Interfaces Apple has clearly brought its mobile operating system and desktop OS X closer together in numerous ways, thanks to updates in iOS 7 and Mavericks. Reminders glide easily between devices and laptops, as do notifications, notes and other apps or features.Things break down when you get to AirDrop, though. The native Apple utility, which allows the sharing of docs between iOS devices or between Macs, could have been an incredibly handy feature. Unfortunately, there’s a weird disconnect in that mobile and computer users can’t reach out and share with each other.So you can AirDrop a photo from your phone to your iPad, but to have it on your Mac, you have to sync it to iTunes, email it to yourself or use a third-party app. This just doesn’t make sense.Another candidate for the “enigmas of iOS” pile: Mail (again). Some people rely on the range of flag colors in the desktop version to prioritize their messages. In the mobile Mail app, all those color-coded flags all combine into one single orange heap.6. Loosen Sandboxing Restrictions On Apps What it Takes to Build a Highly Secure FinTech …last_img read more

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first_imgPerhaps it took India going nuclear, but Americans seem to be warming up to India. The “Global Thermometer” index by Quinnipiac University Polling Institute, measuring the warmth U.S. voters have toward various foreign countries in November, found the rankings of China and India improved most since its previous survey in August.India ranks fifth among all the countries measured, behind only England, Canada, Israel and Germany.1 England   78.9 (78.3) 2 Canada   73.4 (71.7) 3 Israel   68.2 (65.9) 4 Germany   58.1 5 India   56.6 (53.4) 6 Mexico   51.4 (51.4) 7 United Nations   50.4 (49.2) 8 Russia   46.2 (45.5) 9 France   44.6 (43.2) 10 China   44.2 (39) 11 Saudi Arabia   40.4 (38.2) 12 Venezuela   30.9 (35.9) 13 Iraq   25.9 (27.7) 14 Syria   24.3 (21.7) 15 Palestinian Government   23.8 (22.8) 16 Cuba   24.1 (24) 17 Iran   15.5 (13.9) 18 North Korea   13.5 (15)Source: Quinnipiac University Polling Institute Related Itemslast_img read more

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first_imgFor decades now, thousands of idols of the elephant-headed god have been seen across India on the occasion of Ganesh Chaturthi. The extent of celebration of the festival has been increasing every year, not just in India, but abroad as well. With the expanding Indian population outside the country, the business of Ganesha idols has boomed as well.Idols are shipped from most small towns of India to some of the largest cities in the world, thousands of miles away. Orders from foreign countries mean huge business for idol makers and sellers, since NRI buyers are willing to spend as much as 10 times of the selling price of a statue in India.Orders from Overseas“A customer based in California last month ordered a 5-ft idol,” Vikas Singh, a leading idol maker in Dhoolpet, Hyderabad, told the Times of India. The idol was priced at Rs 30,000, but since the cargo charges amounted to about Rs 2.5 lakh, the customer ended up paying nearly Rs 3 lakh for the idol, Singh added.This year, he has received four orders from Telugus settled abroad — two each from US and Australia, he told the publication.Another idol-maker Baboo Singh, son of the renowned artisan Sundar Kalakar, recalled how last year he got a contract for a Ganesh idol measuring 11 feet in height from Australia. It was shipped from Chennai.Eco-friendly GaneshasThe changes in the raw material being used and the visual appeal are some factors that are drawing the NRI devotees to place orders for the festival in India. In the recent times, eco-friendly Ganesha idols are finding a place in the international market. A Pune-based enterprise, eCoexist, has been shipping Ganesha idols made of papier-mache to different countries since 2013.“For years, we received requests from devotees abroad who celebrate the festival and would like to have our eco-friendly idols sent to them,” Lolita Gupta, who leads the Ganesh campaign for eCoexist, told TOI. “But our clay idols are heavy and fragile and we were not sure they would survive the journey.”Business in IndiaGanesh Chaturthi has always brought good business for idol-makers in India. They are involved in the preparation throughout the year.The festival is estimated to generate about Rs 20,000 crore business across the country with 20 per cent Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR), particularly in Maharashtra and Telangana, according to a report released by The Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India (ASSOCHAM) in 2105. The paper, ‘Analysing economic boom around Ganeshotsav in India,’ said about 2,000 registered and unregistered Ganpati pandals are set up during the festival in Ahmedabad, while those in Pune are estimated to be over 5,000. In Mumbai, 15,000 small and large pandals and idols are installed, many of which are decorated with real gold and diamond ornaments.“These pandals draw contributions, donations in various forms like cash including foreign currency, jewellery, sponsorships, paid requests to perform puja by people not only from across India but also overseas,” according to the Assocham report.For instance, in Hamrapur and the town of Pen in Raigad district of Maharashtra, around 2,500 people work all year in making the idols. They create rubber moulds, fill them with Plaster of Paris, paint and embellish them, and then send them to buyers and vendors.Hyderabad alone is estimated to generate about Rs 5,000 crore business during the nine-day festival and provides employment to over 20,000 families throughout the year, with the total number of people earning from jobs in unorganised sector such as transportation and associated manufacturing is three times  more.Effect of GST The implementation of the Goods and Services Tax (GST) by the present government led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi seems to have affected the idol-making business too. With GST, the cost of raw material such as PoP, which is one of the main substance used, has gone up.“We are forced to increase the prices of Ganesh idols in the new tax regime. Otherwise, we may incur losses,” an artisan told The New Indian Express. Another idol-maker, Bolanath, said the income they get from these idols under the new tax regime is insufficient for them to make a living.Despite all the hurdles, the fervour of the Ganesha festival seems to remain intact, with people looking forward to the grand processions across India. Related ItemsGanesh ChaturthiGanesh Chaturthi NRIsGanesh idols eCoexistGanesh Utsav businessGanesha festival abroadGanesha idols shipped abroadLittle IndiaNRI Ganesha idolslast_img read more

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