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Rising Indian millennials impacting corporate travel

Santosh Kumar, director of Corporate Solutions for HRS in India, sheds light on how the rise of Indian millennials has changed the face of business travel

India, US ink MoU to facilitate hassle-free entry of Indians into US

India and th USA have signed an MoU, providing for expedited security clearances, and amied at faclitating hassle-free entry of Indians into the US, at selected airports

Jordan promotes food and culture in India

The Jordan Tourism Board recently launched a month-long festival and photo exhibition in New Delhi. The festival starts on June 3, 2016 at Zerzura,Qutub Hotel till July 2, 2016

Cabinet gives nod to India-Qatar MoU for tourism

The Union Cabinet chaired by the PM Narendra Modi has given its approval to an MoU between India and Qatar for strengthening co-operation in the field of tourism

ITDC posts profit for 4th consecutive year

The corporation recorded a turnover of Rs 465.69 crore whereas, profit before tax (PBT) stood at Rs 32.42 crore and profit after tax (PAT) was recorded at Rs 22.55 crore

CM Fadnavis inaugurates MTDC’s Infosys Tourism Pavilion

Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis inaugurated India’s first-of-its-kind project, MTDC’s Infosys Tourism Pavilion at Infosys, Hinjewadi

Four Seasons announces new private jet culinary discoveries

The itineraries are headlined by Culinary Discoveries, a journey developed in partnership with Copenhagen-based Noma, and its acclaimed head chef René Redzepi

Four Seasons announces new private jet culinary discoveries

UNWTO Europe meeting discusses digitalisation and new business models

Vilnius, the capital city of Lithuania, hosted representatives of 34 countries for the 60th meeting of the United Nations World Tourism Council (UNWTO) Commission for Europe

Indian visitor arrivals to UK sets record

The latest International Passenger Survey figures show visits from India to the UK in 2015 are up eight per cent, from 390,000 to 422,000, setting a new record

Bahrain reduces visa fee from 25 BD to 5 BD to attract Indian travellers

Bahrain is all set to attract the Indian traveller into it's country and the obvious sign for the same is the reduction in visa fee from 25 Bahrain Dinar (BD) to 5 BD

Bahrain reduces visa fee from 25 BD to 5 BD to attract Indian travellers
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