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Rickshaw ride for Rs 6,756: Travel agencies ready to fleece tourists during Jaipur Lit Fest

Jan 05, 2015

Rickshaw ride for Rs 6,756: Travel agencies ready to fleece tourists during Jaipur Lit Fest

With the Jaipur literature festival all set to begin on 21 January, travel agencies are all set to fleece foreign tourists. #Life #India #BeatThis #Tourism #Rickshaw #Jaipur Literature Festival #Jaipur #Travel agency #Pink city
Medical tourism boom in developing countries: Market will rise to USD 32.5 billion by 2019

Jan 03, 2015

Medical tourism boom in developing countries: Market will rise to USD 32.5 billion by 2019

Today more Americans fly out to places like India, China, Malaysia, Thailand, Singapore among others to get themselves treated in the high-tech hospitals at a fraction of costs demanded by hospitals in US, the research said. #India #China #NewsTracker #Tourism #Dubai #Thailand #Developing countries #Americans #Global medical tourism
Milestone for e-governance: Govt issues 22,000 online visas in one month

Jan 01, 2015

Milestone for e-governance: Govt issues 22,000 online visas in one month

The provision of online visas launched by the government on 27 November has proved to be a huge success. #travel #India #NewsTracker #Tourism #e-governance #E-visas #ETA #online visas #visas on arrival #electronic travel authorization
Tourism ministry reviews schemes, directs officials to avoid delays

Dec 31, 2014

Tourism ministry reviews schemes, directs officials to avoid delays

Reviewing the progress of two new schemes PRASAD and Creating Tourist Circuits around Special Themes in New Delhi, a statement said that he directed that land clearances and other statutory approvals must be obtained in a timely manner to avoid any litigation or complication at a later stage to avoid inordinate delays. #NewsTracker #Prasad #Mahesh Sharma. Ministry of Tourism #Creating Tourist Circuits
Citing lack of evidence, S-African court lets Dewani murder accused walk free

Dec 08, 2014

Citing lack of evidence, S-African court lets Dewani murder accused walk free

Dewani walked out of the dock and down the stairs to the holding cell without any expression on his face. His family burst into tears and embraced each other after the verdict. #Tourism #Extradition #IndiansAbroad #Shrien Dewani #Murder Case #Cape Town