Dec 072012
 

Government of India, offering good news to holiday makers seeking flights tickets for the country, have eased restrictions on visas which required a two-month gap between successive tours by foreigners. Foreign Tourists Rejoice As India Eases Visa Norms In some highly delightful news to tourists who were always keen on booking flights tickets to « Continue Reading »

Feb 042011
 

Travellers to India are heading to the northern city of Chandigarh. NDTV reported that more than 39,000 foreign tourists from countries such as the UK, Canada, France and Germany visited the destination in 2010. The data, from the Chandigarh tourism department, showed that this is an increase from the 37,900 and 32,000 foreign visitors who came to the city in « Continue Reading »

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