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Why killing of three cops in Srinagar hurts Jammu and Kashmir tourism

May 23, 2016

Why killing of three cops in Srinagar hurts Jammu and Kashmir tourism

The state government, according to officials, has been working hard these days to persuade tourists and filmmakers to return to Kashmir Valley. #Business #BJP #Jammu and Kashmir #Omar Abdullah #ConnectTheDots #Tourism #National Conference #Srinagar #PDP #Jammu and Kashmir police #Zadibal #Burhanuddin Wani #Tengpora #Hizb-ul-Mujhadeen
Egypt must work harder to revive tourism following plane crash: Tourism ministry

May 23, 2016

Egypt must work harder to revive tourism following plane crash: Tourism ministry

Egypt will have to work 10 times harder to revive its tourism industry, Tourism Minister Yehia Rashed said on Sunday, after a series of setbacks including the crash of an EgyptAir flight into the Mediterranean three days ago. #Egypt #Tourism #Tourism Minister #Abdel Fattah al-Sisi #EgyptAir #Yehia Rashed
Tourism industry leaders and workers protest Centre's denial of airport in Agra

Apr 22, 2016

Tourism industry leaders and workers protest Centre's denial of airport in Agra

Tourism industry leaders and workers here held a demonstration against a move by the central government to locate an international airport project at a place other than Agra. #NewsTracker #Agra #Tourism #Protests #Taj Mahal #airport #terminal #Kheria #tourism workers
Tunisia sees tourism figures steady despite attacks | Reuters

Apr 21, 2016

Tunisia sees tourism figures steady despite attacks | Reuters

TUNIS Tunisia expects to attract 5.5 million foreign tourists this year, about the same as last year, after increasing security at hotels and focussing on new markets to counter the fallout from militant attacks, the tourism minister said. Salma Elloumi Rekik told Reuters she was urging European leaders to support Tunisia's young democracy by lifting warnings against travel to the North African state issued after a gunman attacked a Tunisian resort hotel last June. She said there were positive signs that airline bookings were beginning to recover, and Tunisia was hoping to lure additional travellers with new holiday tours such as desert safaris and cosmetic medical tourism #India #Europe #Tourism #United Kingdom #Foreign policy #opinion
Thailand Deputy PM meets Devendra Fadnavis to discuss bilateral cooperation in tourism sector

Mar 08, 2016

Thailand Deputy PM meets Devendra Fadnavis to discuss bilateral cooperation in tourism sector

Thailand Deputy PM Prawit Wongsuwo met Maharashtra CM Devendra Fadnavis in Mumbai on Tuesday and discussed ways to boost bilateral cooperation in the tourism sector. #NewsTracker #Mumbai #Tourism #Thailand #Devendra Fadnavis #Prawit Wongsuwo
British tourist trampled to death by elephant in Thailand

Feb 04, 2016

British tourist trampled to death by elephant in Thailand

A British tourist has been trampled to death by an elephant on the Thai tourist island of Koh Samui, police said, the latest deadly attack by animals used to entertain holidaymakers. #NewsTracker #Tourism #Thailand #Elephant #Gareth Crowe
Welcome to Nevada! US state to open new tourism office in New Delhi

Jan 27, 2016

Welcome to Nevada! US state to open new tourism office in New Delhi

The US state of Nevada will open a new tourism office in New Delhi to promote its travel and tourism sector in India, an official said. #travel #India #US #New Delhi #NewsTracker #Tourism #Nevada
Indonesia braces for tourism hit after Jakarta attack | Reuters

Jan 15, 2016

Indonesia braces for tourism hit after Jakarta attack | Reuters

SINGAPORE Indonesia faces a drop in tourist numbers, at least in the short term, following Thursday's attack in central Jakarta claimed by Islamic State, in a blow to Southeast Asia's biggest economy already growing at its slowest pace since the financial crisis. An Indonesian and a Canadian were killed, along with five attackers, while 20 people, including a Dutchman, were wounded. Two of the militants were taken alive, police said #United States #Economy #China #Tourism #United Kingdom #events
For Indians travelling abroad this century, local culture is more attractive than landmarks

Dec 31, 2015

For Indians travelling abroad this century, local culture is more attractive than landmarks

Indians' travel preferences are changing: from insisting on 'bang for my buck' thought process, it is now all about experiencing local culture #travel #ConnectTheDots #Tourism #Culture #Cox & Kings #Expedia #foreign locales #FRewind