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VISHAKAPATNAM: Chief minister N Chandrababu Naidu, Union minister P Ashok Gajapathi Raju along with Eastern Naval Command Flag Officer Commanding-in-Chief HCS Bisht received TU-142M, the long range maritime patrol aircraft of Indian Navy at INS Dega, here on Saturday.The Indian aircraft has landed in Vishakapatnam for the last time after it was decommissioned on March 29 at INS Rajali at Arakkonam, Tamil Nadu, rendering 29 years of service to the defence forces. Connect with your perfect one here, on Jeevansathi.While you do so, we take utmost care of your Privacy & Security.Armed with a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from Wellesley College, USA, she returned to India in 1988 to join her father as Marketing Manager of The Park Hotel, New Delhi. With this creative young entrepreneur leading the reins, the hotel chain soon underwent a transformation.With a vision of turning the hotel into a space where guests did not just stay confined to their rooms but indulged in an experience of luxury and comfort throughout the hotel, she set about creating a hotel that was architecturally unique.While the online matrimonial site connects millions of people directly, Jeevansathi also maintains a dedicated Customer Care team and offers offline Match Point Centers across the country, for deeper and personal interaction with prospective brides, grooms and /or families.
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A decision, which in retrospection, was the perfect career choice for this creative and sociable woman. After her father’s untimely death in 1990, with just two years of experience in the hospitality industry, Priya Paul stepped in to fill her father’s (rather large) shoes as the Chairperson of The Park Hotel chain and there has been no looking back since.
Chief minister N Chandrababu Naidu had given cheques of Rs 5 lakh to kin of missing persons on board the Indian aircraft AN-32, on July 22, 2016, in the Bay of Bengal, off the coast of Chennai.
The family members also requested Naidu for government jobs which the CM promised to respond to positively.