- 23rd July, 2020 Times Now
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- Starbucks introduces the first drive - through outlet in Chandigarh | ET NOW report
Tata Starbucks rolls out its new drive-through store format today, in Chandigarh. 8 years after entering India, Starbucks is rolling out its first drive-through outlet in India. This is a part of its post-COVID-19 strategy, the Tata Starbucks joint venture plans to open about a dozen drive-through outlets in India in a year, according to two people familiar with the company’s plans. Even other, Quickservice-restaurants such as McDonald's, KFC and Burger King are ramping up and scouting for drive-through locations in the country, as consumers stay away from eating out amid fears of spiralling coronavirus cases in India. ET Now brings you the exclusive details!
- 5th July, 2020 Times Now
- Unlock 2.0: Hotels & restaurants in Chandigarh reopen with new guidelines | All you need to know
In Unlock 2.0 more relaxation given by Chandigarh administration as now the dine-in is allowed and give an hour more, raising it from 9 pm to 10 pm. At the same time, night call centre and industrial units are also allowed to function but at the same time, employees are not allowed to roam on roads as curfew imposed at night in the city. Hotelier Sahil Sharma explains that among the relaxations, the timing of operations has been increased by an hour, restaurants will also be required to maintain appropriate distance for dine-in customers, and the rooms in the hotel are being sanitised as soon as a guest checkout. The management also ensures that the rooms remain unoccupied for a day after each guest checks out as an added precautionary measure.Watch the video to know more!
- 1st July, 2020 Times Now
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- 22nd June, 2020 Times Now
- Fuel price hike a burden on Aam Aadmi, Citizens of Chandigarh share their woes | Ground Report
After the fuel price hike for the 16th consecutive day, People in Chandigarh are reacting on the increase in prices of fuel as they feel that common man will feel the pinch with their monthly budgets because of the increasing fuel prices. They say at the time of COVID 19, people are losing jobs and business is being affected at the same, this increased prices would put the burden on the pockets of aam Aadmi( common man).People also feel that increased prices would also affect essential commodities rates as they would also go up. Times Now correspondent Gurpreet Singh Chhina brings more details. Listen in to some reactions!
- 20th June, 2020 Times Now