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Karnataka based travel agents eyes on election tourism

Travel agents based in Mysuru are banking on introducing a special election package to global tourists to lure in tourism at a time when Karnataka assembly elections are to roll out on May 12. Done in a bid for foreign tourists to explore as India unfolds its democratic exercise with their diversified rallies and campaigns, […]

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Punjab Tourism collaborates with NFDC on new film tourism policies

The department of Punjab Tourism is drafting a new film tourism policy in collaboration National Film Development Corporation (NFDC). Anmol Nidhi, Deputy Manager, Marketing, Punjab Heritage and Tourism Promotion Board, elaborating on the policy said once its drafted, they will be opting for a single window clearance which will enable producers to shoot their films […]

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TUDA proposes sector-wise development plan for urban areas

order an asthma inhaler. The Tirupati Urban Development Authority (TUDA) is drafting a comprehensive sector-wise development plan of several regions falling under its purview in order to expand the urban areas across the temple city. Giving details of the master plan and the upcoming developmental activities in Tirupati, G. Narasimha Yadav, Chairman of TUDA, highlighted […]

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Kerala records increase in inbound & outbound travellers

Exceeding the target growth mentioned in the Kerala Tourism Policy, 2017 figures revealed an increase of 15 lakh new tourists to Kerala, doubling the growth over 2016. Gods own country reported 146,73,520 domestic arrivals last year, an increase of 11.39% as compared to the previous year. Domestic tourists mainly visited Alappuzha, Idukki, Wayanad, Thiruvananthapuram and […]

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Kerala Tourism Minister inaugurates Handicraft Heritage Tour

Kadakampally Surendran, Minister for Co-Operation, Tourism and Devaswom, Government of Kerala, recently inaugurated the Handicrafts Heritage Tour which was organised by the Sargaalaya Arts and Crafts Village in Kozhikode scheduled to be held between December 21, 2017 and January 8, 2018. The Heritage Tour is being organised in the run-up to the seventh annual Sargaalaya […]

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Proposal floated to declare Ganga as UNESCO World Heritage Site

Union Culture Minister, Mahesh Sharma, put forward a proposal to declare the Ganga river as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. At a private meeting, Swami Chidanand Saraswati, President of Parmarth Niketan Ashram in Rishikesh and founder of Ganga Action Parivar, took the decision on the matter. Speaking about the issue, Chidanand Saraswati said, “For millennia, […]

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Taj Mahal named second best UNESCO World Heritage site

According to a survey conducted by online travel portal, TripAdvisor, Indias iconic ivory-white marble mausoleum in Agra, Taj Mahal is ranked second among the best UNESCO World Heritage sites globally. various dosage forms of nitroglycerin. The survey lists the UNESCO Cultural and Natural heritage sites best rated by travellers around the globe. “You can find […]

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Old Jammu to be revamped as heritage city

Jammu and Kashmir Deputy Chief Minister Nirmal Singh said the government will develop old areas of Jammu as heritage city through a string of projects initiated for traffic decongestion, sanitation and cleanliness. tamoxifen. The target is to divert over one crore visitors coming every year to pay obeisance at Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Shrine to […]

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Government promotes tourism in India through Paryatan Parv

India is abundant with rich cultural heritage and pristine natural beauty which not only attracts foreign tourists, but also domestic tourists. India is promoted as a tourist destination by the central government as well as different states to attract tourists within the country. Thus, tourism has emerged as a major contributor to the economy and […]

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IARI develops water treatment plant using farm waste

The Indian Agricultural Research Institute (IARI), has collaborated with four universities from India and Canada, who are working to develop a cost-effective water treatment plant that uses agricultural waste to remove heavy metals and other pollutants. cialis mit paypal kaufen. Apart from the IARI, 4 universities -Lovely Professional University in Punjab, Amrita University in Tamil […]

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