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New Director for the Department of Tourism, GoK

Dr. N. Manjula, IAS has joined as The Director, Department of Tourism and Government of Karnataka. Dr. N. Manjula, an IAS officer from Batch 2002 had earlier held the posts

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Honorable Shri. Jaykumar Rawal has been appointed as Tourism Minister, Government of Maharashtra

The Honorable Shri. Jaykumar Rawal is appointed as the Tourism Minister, Government of Maharashtra on July 8, 2016. Shri. Jaykumar Rawal took oath as Cabinet Minister and will also be

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The biggest threat of Brexit is not to the UK but to the rest of Europe

Although Britain has given itself an almighty shock, the visionary outcome of this leave vote ought to start a grand debate across the continent. A silly question was asked and

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Cabinet approves signing of Air Services Agreement between India and Taiwan

The Union Cabinet under the Chairmanship of Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi has approved the signing of Air Services Agreement between India-Taipei Association in Taipei (India’s representative office in Taiwan)

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Double-digit growth for Indian visitor arrivals

Country sees 12% jump in visitor arrivals in March, and 10% rise in Q1 India’s tourism industry continued to thrive in the opening months of the year, with double-digit growth

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Union Education Secretary for introducing heritage education in school curricula

At the inaugural session of 3rd International Conference on Living Heritage in Udaipur, Vinay Sheel Oberoi, Education Secretary, Government of India suggested to introduce heritage education in school curricula. “The

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Odisha Tourism Road Show held at Mumbai to attract Domestic Tourists

The Department of Tourism (DoT), Government of Odisha, in it’s bid to attract domestic tourists from an important source state and commercial capital of India – Mumbai is organising its

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Making an exceptional endeavour

For smart travellers with an inclination to wellness tourism, Kerala Tourism is into standardizing the Ayurvedic system in the state. The topmost tourist destination of current India is undoubtedly Kerala

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Tourism First

Recognising tourism’s massive social and economic impact is key, and this needs to be followed with the sector being accorded top priority by the states. Rest will follow in due