Aug 082012
 

With popular Indian festival, Durga Puja slated to be celebrated in October, authorities are expecting a spurt in foreigners taking flights to India connecting West Bengal, an eastern state that is considered the hub of festivities for the event. With India’s major religious and cultural festival of Durga Puja just around the corner, the authorities are planning hard to lure « Continue Reading »

Jun 252012
 

India tourism sector is growing India has set out its goals for boosting tourism, as it targets a one per cent share of the world’s tourist arrivals. At a meeting of the Tourism Advisory Council, union tourism minister Shri Subodh Kant Sahai said that Foreign Tourist Arrivals (FTAs) to India during 2011 were 6.29 million, up 8.9 per cent on « Continue Reading »

Jan 122012
 

India has been given a top award at an international ceremony, beating competition from many other high profile destinations. There could be more people planning to take flights to India in the coming months after the country was given a top award at the recent World Travel Awards. The country was given the honour of world’s best tourism brand « Continue Reading »

Nov 162010
 

India is set to see a boom in visitor numbers following the success of the Commonwealth Games, claims the secretary of India’s tourism ministry. India is set to see a boom in visitor numbers following the success of the Commonwealth Games, claims the secretary of India’s tourism ministry.RH Khwaja explained the Indian tourism sector will experience a rise in demand « Continue Reading »

Sep 082010
 

There has been a growth in the use of India’s online travel resources, claims a new report. There has been a growth in the use of India’s online travel resources, claims a new report.According to Netscribes, the online travel market in India has developed significantly in recent times and is now attracting both domestic and international holidaymakers. Those planning a « Continue Reading »

Mar 222010
 

Members of the Pacific Asia Travel Association in India have received an award from the organisation. People who have booked flights to India may be interested to know  that the Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) has honoured its members in the country. Members of the PATA chapter in India were given the Spirit of PATA award for 2010 following the way « Continue Reading »

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