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Amarnath pilgrims stranded on Jammu-Srin...

Amarnath pilgrims stranded on Jammu-Srinagar National Highway

Rains played havoc on Thursday and led to several landslides stranding Amarnath pilgrims, travelling to Kashmir, on Jammu-Srinagar National Highway. In precautionary measures, the highway was closed for vehicular traffic following heavy landslides at several places due to overnight rainfall. “The... read more »

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How Delhi will be developed into a touri...

How Delhi will be developed into a tourism hub?

Delhi will soon be developed into a tourism hub at par with developed global cities, chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said here today. “In the coming five years we will work towards developing Delhi into a tourism hub at par with developed global cities. Various festivals held to celebrate our... read more »

Kidzania London celebrates official open...

Kidzania London celebrates official opening

To mark the official opening, KidZania Global president Xavier López Ancona was joined by KidZania London president Joel Cadbury in welcoming 300 local children who charged onto the streets of the child-size city. The first experience of its kind in the UK, KidZania London is designed to empower... read more »

Skal slams Phuket dolphinarium plan

Skal slams Phuket dolphinarium plan

The tourism industry body’s Phuket and Southern Thailand chapter has called on its members and the broader travel industry to protest against the project, saying that any educational aims the attraction may have would be outweighed by “circus-style performances”.Dolphins are highly... read more »

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top 50 packing tips

Know the rules 1. Note the number of bags you can check in. In most cases it is one piece per person. You can check up to eight on easyJet but don’t get caught out: their combinied weight still... read more »


Five ways to save money when travelling

Top tips for saving money while traveling. 1. Meal plan If you’re booking a resort holiday, it’s essential that you buy a meal plan. I... read more »

Solo travel : the best tour operators for singles


The travel industry has been slow to catch on to the single-traveller market; this year though, there are more opportunities than ever to strike out on your... read more »

Thailand unrest likely to hit travel companies

Thailand unrest likely to hit travel companies

Mumbai – Travel companies and airlines are anticipating a major slowdown in travel to Thailand, after the government late Tuesday declared a 60-day... read more »

Travel advisory for foreign tourists a worry for Easter...


Siliguri – Unfavorable travel advice issued by many western countries following sexual harassment to tourists in India has come as a major worry for the... read more »

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