Policy and law

Policy and law

New home-stay policy on the anvil

DELHI: The Union Tourism Ministry is working on a new home-stay policy that aims to open up room supply for travellers while ensuring quality. “After Start...

Hospitality sector investors jittery over liquor ban

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Investors who had pumped in their money and are keen to invest in the hospitality sector of Kerala are jittery over the Supreme Court...

Liquor ban: High Court dismisses writ petition by Chandigarh hotels

DELHI: The Punjab and Haryana High Court on Tuesday dismissed a writ petition filed by hotel association members in Chandigarh for denotification of Madhya...

Tourism Ministry discusses liquor ban with law, highway ministries

DELHI: The tourism ministry is consulting the road transport & highways ministry and the law ministry, among others, on options for the hospitality industry...
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Foreign tourists with e-visa can stay up to 2 months

DELHI: Foreign tourists visiting India on e-visa can now stay up to two months, instead of the earlier one, and enjoy double-entry benefits while...
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Malaysia announces multiple-entry e-visa for Indians

DELHI: To enhance inbound tourism from India, Malaysia announced the launch of multiple-entry e-visa valid for 15 days. This was announced by Mohammad Najib bin Tun...

e-Visa at Kozhikode airport takes off

KOZHIKODE: Kick-starting the visa-on-arrival (e-Visa) facility for foreign tourists in Kozhikode, the first batch of five UAE nationals flew down at the Calicut International...

Restaurants, bars go dry as highway liquor ban kicks in

DELHI: From beach side restaurants in Kerala and watering holes on the Mumbai-Pune highway to nightlife hotspots in Gurugram’s Cyber Hub, the Supreme Court...

New visa regime finally becomes reality

DELHI: India’s new liberalised visa structure will kick off from Saturday, months after it was cleared by the Union Cabinet chaired by Prime Minister...
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India, Serbia sign revised ASA

DELHI: The Indian Union Cabinet chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi has given its approval for updating the existing Air Services Agreement (ASA) between...

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