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» Tourism Ministry has sanctioned Rs. 5638 crore under Swadesh Darshan Scheme over last 4 years

Under the PRASHAD scheme, 23 pilgrim projects have been sanctioned to 15 States for a total amount of Rs.687.92 crore till date ... Read more

» Maharashtra Govt. & MTDC to organize World Orange Festival from 16 to 18 December at Nagpur

The city will come alive with multiple activities, including thinktank & technical conferences, trips to orange orchards, orange installations by art students, recipe contests, music festivals, cultural parades and lots more. ... Read more

» Domestic Airlines offer discounts to woo flyers in the lean season

Vistara, GoAir, IndiGo, JetAirways offer plenty discounts on flight tickets in Delhi, Mumbai, Bengaluru, Goa and more routes ... Read more

» Airbnb signs MoU with MTDC

While Airbnb will share a portion of its booking revenue in Maharashtra with the MTDC, The MTDC will support the partnership by identifying high-quality homestays and helping hosts to list on Airbnb ... Read more

» Domestic airline to increase air fares due to GST

The government will levy tax on any import of spare components by airline companies under GST, which is not taxable under the current regime. Similarly, aircraft lease rentals will also attract GST ... Read more

» Tadoba to be closed for Tourists in Monsoon from this season

NTCA had put set of conditions including vehicle carrying capacity and stopping tourism in the park during monsoon ... Read more

» Kashmir Tourism Department to promote Kargil for Adventure Tourism Activities

Kargil is acting only a transit point for the travelers and locals are not benefiting much ... Read more

» SpiceJet to launch flights from Mumbai to Porbandar & Kandla under Udan scheme in July

The government had in March awarded 128 regional routes to five airlines—Alliance Air, SpiceJet, Turbo Megha, Air Odisha and Air Deccan—for launching flights under Udan (Ude Desh Ka Aam Naagrik) scheme ... Read more

» Agitation in Darjeeling to hit tourism

Most of the tourists are either going to Sikkim while many have moved to Dooars ... Read more

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