A collapse could leave around 150,000 travelers from Britain stranded, along with hundreds of thousands of travelers from other countries. Cabinet maker Thomas Cook created the travel firm in 1841 to carry temperance supporters by train between British cities.
Post-transfer of its entire stake in Thomas Cook (India) Limited to Fairfax, Thomas Cook UK ceased to be the promoter of Thomas Cook (India) Limited from the said date and since then, Thomas Cook UK has had no stake in Thomas Cook (India) Limited, the statement said.
Thomas Cook India is a completely different entity post the acquisition in August 2012 and the United Kingdom operator does not hold any stake in the company in India, he said. The scheme covers refunds for future holidays people have booked that are cancelled. Another traveller said: "We can't leave the hotel". That has sparked fears among customers on social media that some hotels, yet to be reimbursed by Thomas Cook, could ask holidaymakers to leave if the company collapses.
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Taking on a much more amiable tone, Rouhani said the Tehran government is focusing on improving regional relationships and wants to "extend the hand of friendship and brotherhood" to its Persian Gulf neighbors. "Your presence has always brought pain and misery for the region". US Defence Secretary Mark Esper said the move was the first step in beefing up security in the region, but would not rule out further moves.
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