Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Inbound Travel

Inbound Travel
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China issues safety advisory for citizens travelling to India

BEIJING: Amid bilateral tensions over the Sikkim standoff, China today issued an advisory for its citizens travelling to India, asking them to take necessary...

Australia advisory discourages India travel

DELHI: Australia may be considering India a priority country in its international relationship as the two nations move towards closer strategic and security cooperation...
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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...

Rajasthan looks to attract more Korean tourists

JAIPUR: Triggered by Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to South Korea and massive media campaign to attract Korean tourists' Rajasthan has registered a 17...
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13% growth in foreign tourist arrival in February

KOLKATA: The number of foreign tourist arrivals (FTAs) recorded in February, 2017 stood at 9.56 lakh f 8.47 lakh in February 2016 and 7.61...
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8.9 million foreign tourists visited India last year, up 11%

MUMBAI: About 8.9 million foreign tourists visited India in 2016, up 11 per cent from the previous year, reveals a study by travel company...

Kerala Tourism to conduct ‘Explore Kerala’ in Abu Dhabi

THIRUVANANHAPURAM: The Kerala tourism department in association with global retailer Lulu group will be organising a four-day-long travel and tourism event in Abu Dhabi...
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FTAs to India rise 16.5% in Jan 2017

DELHI: Foreign Tourist Arrivals (FTAs) & FTAs on e-Visa to India in January 2017 grew 16.5% as compared to January 2016 as per figures...

Bad roads cost Khajuraho foreign visitors

BHOPAL: Khajuraho, famous the world over for its erotic sculptures, is losing its charm, thanks to the bumpy ride to the temple town that...
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Free SIM cards at airports for foreign tourists

DELHI: Foreign tourists arriving in India will get free SIM cards from the government. Union minister Mahesh Sharma launched the initiative on Wednesday saying...