Jan 172013
Significant Rise of 6% in Indian Tourism in 2012

The number of foreign tourist arrivals in India witnessed a significant increase of about 6 % in 2012 till November as compared to the same period last year. Around 5.899 million tourists booked flights tickets to the country till November 2012. Significant Rise of 6% in Indian Tourism in 2012 India witnessed an increase of about six per cent in « Continue Reading »

Oct 102012

There has been a rise in the number of foreign tourists taking tickets on flights bound for India in September 2012. Compared to same month last year, there has been a rise of 3.2 per cent. Official figures released by India’s tourism department reveal that a more number of foreign tourists are now taking flights tickets to India. In the « Continue Reading »

Jul 102012

The number of people visiting India has increased over the past 12 months, according to new figures. New figures have revealed that India is becoming an increasingly popular destination for overseas tourists. The latest statistics from the Tourism Ministry show that 432,000 people landed on Indian shores last month – a 4.8 per cent year-on-year rise. In the first six « 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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