travel

Bubble of hope

As the world grapples with the Corona pandemic, travel bubbles may be the way ahead to open international tourism At a time when tourism, which was considered to be a growth engine of the new economy and a defining lifestyle

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Sun will shine, again

With more than 20,000 deaths, Spain, which used to be a tourism hotspot, has turned into a contagion hotbed. But hopes are high that it will soon be able to return to normalcy In Europe, Spain, with a population of 46

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No more welcome

Following internet shutdowns, the tourism sector is the latest victim of the Government’s high-handedness The Government may be consistently playing down the countrywide protests over the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) and the National Register of Citizens (NRC) as a conspiracy of intellectuals

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Tourism potential still untapped

For a sustained and all-round economic growth, there is need for an integrated sectoral approach to ensure the ease of doing business  Discussions on the performance of the Indian economy have been taking place for months now. The many years

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Magnificent Seven

There is an adage, where there is a will, there is a way. It stands true for seven girls who decided to take the road less travelled. MUSBA HASHMI catches up with the youngest trekkers to scale Mt Kilimanjaro to bring you

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Demand of Environment Grant

The Himalayan States have demanded that the Centre give them an environment grant, not really an unfair demand India’s extremely fertile plains are nourished with water and nutrients from its mountains, like a bloodstream disseminates life force across the human

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Pressure of over-tourism in the Himalayas

The closure of the Lakshman jhula is another warning sign on the pressures of over-tourism in the Himalayas Perhaps a great way to rewind family histories in India would be to turn the pages of a photo album and find

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Climate Change:Northern Hemisphere Experiencing Heat waves

As record heat waves strike across the northern hemisphere this summer, climate change seems beyond our control The northernmost US state of Alaska is not a place where you would expect temperatures to exceed 30 degrees celsius or people to

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Spending Joyful Weekend at Aerocity

Jayesh Pawar embarks on a journey that takes him through a world menu Of late, Aerocity has evolved as Delhi’s favourite party spot, which perfectly caters to those who are looking for a place to simmer down over weekends. An

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Redefining Thailand using Tourism

Young social entrepreneurs are using the language of tourism to redefine the contours of the Thai economy, identity, outlook and culture They could be rebels but they chose to be who they are, not ashamed or diffident or overtly proud,

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