travel

Poor Eyesight of Taxi Drivers

Have you ever wondered why nearly all cab drivers don’t wear eyeglasses? It is time to encourage them to go for an eye test. Recently a leading Indian automobile manufacturer conducted a health check-up among taxi drivers at a major

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A New Definition of Gifts

When it comes to gifting something special to their loved ones, millennials are opting for non-conventional items in a break from tradition. The joy of unwrapping a large box with bare hands while in your pajamas is a moment of

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Charges on Airline Seats

Currently, there is a debate on whether the charges by some airlines on online checked-in seats are justified. Recently, when a prominent low-cost carrier in India started charging for all its seats if one checked-in online, it set off a

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Tips on Budget Travel

Don’t let rupee depreciation upset your travel plans. Opt for a cheaper destination, try homestay, and stay on the outskirts to save money. It hasn’t been long that the rupee was found to be the worst-performing currency in Asia this

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Manipur Sangai Festival

The Manipur Sangai Festival is set to be held from November 21 to 30, and the Manipur Tourism Corporation is actively promoting it all over the country. An unexplored tourism paradise—Manipur, has a lot to offer to every tourist to

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Flying Getting Costlier

The Competition Commission of India is right to think that the rising airfares needs to be justified. Every time there is a natural disaster or other unforeseen event, airfares seem to shoot up. As the floods devastated central Kerala a

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Oman’s Tourism Relation with India

Acknowledging India as the leading source of tourists, Oman is promoting its latest multiple offerings to Indian travelers. Steadily increasing their tourism market share, the Sultanate of Oman is marketing its new tourism products in the Indian market. In the

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Bhutan: Tourists’ Paradise and a Symbol of Sustainable Living

The Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan is an enchanting spot for tourists with gross national happiness as it index for growth and development. Bhutan, also known as Druk-Yul (meaning the land of the thunder dragon), the closest neighbour and a time-tested

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Morocco to Promote Tourism With India

The Kingdom of Morocco expressed its interest in increasing the number of Indian tourists by next year. It will soon be launching its first tourism office in the capital. The Minister of Tourism, Air Transport, Handicraft and Social Economy of

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Himachal Pradesh Sets the Stage for More Tourism

Himachal Pradesh is gearing up for more tourism-based activities by promoting unexplored destinations and transforming the state to an adventure hub. Additional Chief Secretary, Tourism, Ram Subhag Singh talks about new infrastructure projects in the state. Some of the popular

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