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MoT mulls Mega Tourism Investment Meet this year in July/August

The Ministry of Tourism, Government of India is planning a ‘Mega Tourism Investment’ Summit in Delhi this year. According to Vinod Zutshi, Secretary – Tourism, Government of India more>>

Thailand celebrates 1,000,000 arrivals from India; targets 8% increase in 2016

Reiterating India’s importance for Thailand, its Minister for Tourism & Sports, Kobkarn Wattanavrangkul visited Mumbai to announce the statistics to travel agents, wedding planners more>>
Ministry of Tourism launches ‘Swachh Paryatan’ mobile app covering 25 ASI monuments

The Ministry of Tourism has launched a mobile application for the public to raise cleanliness related issues at the 25 ASI monuments covered under the ‘Adarsh Smarak’ more>>

Air India to launch direct flights on New Delhi-Vienna route on April 6

Air India Ltd announced the launch of non-stop flights to Vienna from New Delhi following the Austrian Airlines' decision to opt out of the route for unspecified reasons. Starting more>>

Mauritius targets 100,000 Indian tourists by 2017

The island nation of Mauritius has recorded 72,145 Indian tourists from January to December 2015, which is a year-on-year growth of 18%. "We have set a target to achieve more>>

TAAI signs bilateral tourism agreement with Rwanda

TAAI signed a bilateral tourism agreement with Rwanda’s New Dawn Associates to promote the destination amongst Indian tourists, on the first day of OTM Mumbai. Jay Bhatia more>>

Japan Airlines to fly Boeing 787-900 on New Delhi-Tokyo route from March 1

Following the annual increase norm, the UK Visas and Immigration (UKVI) would be increasing the visitor, work and study visa fees by 2% starting from April. On the other hand,, more>>

J&K to communicate improved tourism infrastructure through ‘See J&K in a New Light’ campaign

Jammu & Kashmir (J&K) Tourism has launched a brand communication campaign – See J&K in a New Light – to convey the rapidly improving tourism more>>