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‘Tiger safari’ in Madhya Pradesh’s three reserves

Tiger Safari will be launched in three reserves in Madhya Pradesh to promote tourism, a move which is being opposed by wildlife activists.The three...

Traditional festivals to attract tourists in Goa this monsoon

With the arrival of rains making beaches less attractive among visitors, Goa tourism department is banking on its traditional monsoon festivals to increase footfalls...

Kerala Tourism Minister wants to re-look on closure of liquor bars

Kerala Tourism Minister AC Moideen today sought a ‘re-look’ on closure of liquor bars in tourist hotspots in the state which has seen a...

Mumbai gets a new beach

The Maharashtra Tourism Development Corporation (MTDC) has now split the old Versova beach into two, and the southern end has been named the Andheri...

Gujarat to become a medical tourism hub

India - With a view to develop Gujarat as a medical tourism destination, the state government will soon announce a new medical policy, a...

Madhya Pradesh government develops Hanuwantiya Island to promote water tourism

The Madhya Pradesh government has developed Hanuwantiya Island, located in the reservoir of Indira Sagar Dam on river Narmada, as a tourism destination to...

West Bengal ‘’The Sweetest Part Of India’ poised to become the...

With tourism being the priority area of the present government, there has been an overall effort to give the Tourism Department a makeover. Host...

MP to celebrate India’s first Jal Mahotsav

Madhya Pradesh is all set to become India’s first state to organise ‘Jal Mahotsav’ or ‘Water Tourism’ next month with a view to attract...

Kerala tourism to get global audience

Kerala’s nature, culture and cuisine are set to receive a global audience with two leading television channels deciding to air shows dedicated to the...

Ramayana circuit: 11 destinations proposed, 4 in poll-bound Uttar Pradesh

The twin proposals came up during the first meeting of the National Committees on Ramayana and Krishna circuits held under the chairmanship of Tourism...