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Mauritius expects 89,000 Indian tourists in 2018

Island nation Mauritius is expecting about 89,000 Indian tourists this year and several Indian movie makers to take advantage of its expense rebate scheme for shooting there, said a top official of Mauritius Tourism Promotion Authority (MTPA) here on Monday.   He said one the latest Indian movie projects to ...

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Amazing Thailand Roadshow to India 2018

Tourism Authority of Thailand organized the “Amazing Thailand Road Show to India 2018″ in Kolkata on 31st August 2018 at ITC Sonar. Around 30 sellers and representatives of Hotels, Resorts, Attractions, DMCs and Airlines from Thailand were present to showcase and promote their products to the travel trade in Kolkata. ...

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Train from Yiwu: Connecting the world

In 2016, the Trans-Siberian railway completed 100 years. Constructed amid the excitement of a world war, it was the first train to bridge Europe and Asia overland, connecting towns of the Russian Far East, on the fringes of the Sea of Japan, to Moscow. As a journey, it has long ...

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Malcha Mahal, Jamali Kamali and more: The truth about 5 haunted places in Delhi | travel

Djinns, house spirits, the woman in white and a British officer from the 18th century- these are just some of the ghosts that are associated with Delhi’s most haunted places. But how much of this is true and are there actually places in the nation’s capital where you can feel ...

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Train from Yiwu: Connecting the world

In 2016, the Trans-Siberian railway completed 100 years. Constructed amid the excitement of a world war, it was the first train to bridge Europe and Asia overland, connecting towns of the Russian Far East, on the fringes of the Sea of Japan, to Moscow. As a journey, it has long ...

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Foreign tourist arrival to touch 20-mn mark soon: Official

The Union Tourism Ministry expects the number of inbound tourists to touch the 20-million mark in the next few years, given the “rapid development in infrastructure and the growing interest about India” among foreigners, an official said here today. The 2017-18 fiscal has been “exceptionally good” for the country in ...

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In the river of dreams: exploring the Amazon river

The dark waters of the Rio Negro swirled with the strong breeze as I peered excitedly out of the open motor boat along the fringes of the Amazon forests. We had left the harbour at Manaus more than an hour ago, with the rain drumming over the stretched tarpaulin overhead. ...

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Next Summit of Association For Asian Union on Tourism

The members of Association For Asian Union & Asia Pacific Cooperation met at India International Centre to give their consent to the forth coming International program and summit on tourism.   “We have created some interesting and powerful committees which can bring unity and closeness between the Asian countries that ...

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GoAir to launch int’l ops; first flight on Mumbai-Phuket route

Wadia group-owned budget carrier GoAir is all set to fly international from October, with the first flight to operate on the Mumbai-Phuket route, a source privy to development said. The bookings for the maiden international flight will commence soon and an announcement to this effect is expected to be made ...

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Sushi and Sambar on their cycling trip around the world

The way celebrity couples have conjoined names, Yuka Yokozawa and Sunil Kaushik have named themselves Sushi And Sambar. And it’s the name of their website too, which extrapolates their journey from Bangkok to Portugal on bicycle. South Indian Sunil and Japanese Yuka met in a share-auto in Ladakh; it’s a ...

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