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Despite protest by fishermen, Goa govt goes ahead with sea plane trials

May 23, 2015

Despite protest by fishermen, Goa govt goes ahead with sea plane trials

The Goa government on Saturday went ahead with its tourism proposal amid protests by fishermen community and conducted trial of sea plane landing on Mandovi river in the heart of the state. #NewsTracker #Goa #Fishermen #Goa tourism #Hot Air Ballon #Goenchya Ramponkarancho Ekvott President
China pleased with Modi's E-visa grant, but is the 'Dragon' willing to reciprocate?

May 18, 2015

China pleased with Modi's E-visa grant, but is the 'Dragon' willing to reciprocate?

Welcoming Prime Minister Narendra Modi's decision to grant e-visas to its citizens, China on Monday said it was willing to make joint efforts with India under the Chinese laws to facilitate people-to-people exchange. #India #China #NewsTracker #Tourism #Beijing #Modi #E Visa #ModiInChina
Top that! Chinese firm sends 12000 employees on Thai vacation

May 15, 2015

Top that! Chinese firm sends 12000 employees on Thai vacation

A Chinese company is sending more than 12,000 people on a holiday to Thailand, tourism officials said Thursday, with one resort hosting a series of back-to-back banquets catering to thousands of guests at a time. #NewsTracker #Tourism #Thailand #Bangkok #Holiday #chinese #Infinitus China
Delhi: Minor fire at Transport Bhavan, no injuries

May 11, 2015

Delhi: Minor fire at Transport Bhavan, no injuries

A minor fire broke out on Monday at capital's Transport Bhawan housing offices of three Union Ministries. #India #Delhi #NewsTracker #Fire #Shipping Ministry #Transport Bhavan #Road Transport Ministry #Union Tourism
Nepal earthquake: Billion-rupee tourism industry hit hard, expected to lose 2 lakh visitors

May 04, 2015

Nepal earthquake: Billion-rupee tourism industry hit hard, expected to lose 2 lakh visitors

Nepal's devastating earthquake that has claimed nearly 7,300 lives so far is likely to hit the 10 billion-rupee tourism industry - the country's main forex earner - hard, losing as many as two lakh international tourists, including many Indians, in the immediate future. #India #NewsTracker #Nepal #Tourism #Himalaya #Pacific Asia Travel Association