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To deal with the frequent traffic jams in Nainital, Uttarakhand HC on Monday directed the regional and state transport authorities to not issue any further permit for plying taxi in the town.
South Australia continues to attract Indians witnessing 30 per cent growth in arrivals at 13,000 visitors from the sub-continent during the financial year 2016-17
The masterchef is partnering with Tourism Australia for the web series.
The National Medical and Wellness Tourism Board was constituted under the Chairmanship of the Minister for Tourism in October 2015.
The GJM agitation in Darjeeling has come as a boon to the neighbouring state of Sikkim as tourists, who had planned to visit the Darjeeling Hills, are now turning to Sikkim.
Administrative reforms commission (ARC) chairman V S Achuthanandan demanded the government to ensure that Halcyon Castle at Kovalam here remains with the government.
Jammu and Kashmir Chief minister Mehbooba Mufti describes Ranjit Sagar Dam as the local Disneyland, says the place has to be promoted for water sports.
Andhra Pradesh is all set to host Punnami Orvakal, the first ever full moon festival at Orvakal, 215 km away from Hyderabad in Orvakal Rock Garden at Kurnool.
Kerala’s centuries-old ayurveda heritage proved the main draw for Russian and other East European travellers at the 24th edition of Moscow International Travel and Tourism Exhibition.
Canada has seen a surge of visitors from Mexico since December, when it lifted a visa requirement that had been imposed in 2009.
Tourism ministry officials said that Tamil Nadu and Uttar Pradesh top the list of states visited by Indian tourists last year.
To attract Indian tourists, Israel plans to ease visa norms for India and hiked its marketing budget for the country by ten times in the last two years.
The bitter remarks came at a time when parties are racing to the finish line of the state polls described by many as the semi-final before the 2019 Union election.
Data also revealed that overall worldwide, Dubai attracted 14.9 million overnight visitors in 2016, recording five per cent increase over 2015.
The centre is set to spend over Rs 2000 crore for different tourism projects in Jammu and Kashmir for a turnaround of tourism in the state.