In continued efforts to further promote Indian weddings to Thailand, Tourism Authority of Thailand-New Delhi & Tourism Authority of Thailand-Mumbai along with THAI Airways International recently took selected wedding planners to Thailand to promote it as a great destination for Indian wedding celebrations. There were about 30 top Indian wedding planners from Pan-India. TAT hosted the group in Thailand while THAI Airways International was the airline partner.The wedding planners were given a choice of 3 routes to choose from.Route 1: Koh Chang – Pattaya – BangkokRoute 2: Rayong – Pattaya – BangkokRoute 3: Hua Hin – Pattaya – BangkokAll three groups of wedding planners met at Pattaya for the Wedding Symposium, where the Thai private sector was briefed about Indian weddings and best ways to handle the celebrations and live up to expectations of the Indians. In Bangkok a table top session was organised for the group, where they got an opportunity to meet and interact with service providers of various segments in Thailand for Indian weddings.The purpose of this trip was to acquaint and familiarise the top wedding planners of India, with various hotels and facilities available in different destinations of Thailand to host grand Indian weddings and celebrations. This trip covered the inspections of a few world-class hotels and resorts as well as tourist attractions.Post the trip, all wedding planners that participated were given ‘The Thailand Specialist Wedding Planner Certificate’.
Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact Every day, we at ArizonaSports.com ask our readers a question. It’s the Sanderson Ford Poll Question of the Day, and it can be found midway down the right side of our home page.On Friday, March 14, we asked our readers who should return punts for the Arizona Cardinals in 2014. We narrowed it down to three options to choose from: Patrick Peterson, the newly signed Ted Ginn Jr. and “Other.”With 963 votes in, the overwhelming response was Ginn, the seven-year return specialist. Seven-hundred-fifty-nine people (79 percent) said he should become the punt returner. Comments Share Top Stories Eighteen percent (270 total votes) said Peterson should return as the Cardinals’ featured return man.Only 34 voters (4 percent) chose the “Other” option. Cornerback Javier Arenas was the team’s primary kickoff returner in 2013, so perhaps some voters had him in mind. Two backfield players — Alfonso Smith and Andre Ellington — are also listed on the team’s site as backup kickoff return men, but neither returned a punt in 2013. Safety Tyrann Mathieu could also be in the mix as a punt returner in 2014, depending on how he comes back from injury.Playing for Miami, San Francisco and Carolina before joining the Cardinals, Ginn has returned 156 punts in his career for 1,741 yards and three touchdowns. His longest return — 87 yards — came in his rookie year with the Dolphins. Besides kickoff and punt returning, the 28-year-old Ohio State product boards the Cardinals with a chance to also become the team’s No. 3 option at wide receiver. The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling