Tourism

Gateway of Gateways

Gateway of Gateways

January 8, 2020

Overlooking the Mumbai harbour and bordered by the Arabian Sea in the Colaba district, the Gateway of India is located at the tip of Apollo Bunder in the commercial capital of India. As the top tourist destination in Mumbai, here are some of the several reasons for tourists to no...

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A solitary welcome to the New Year

A solitary welcome to the New Year

December 27, 2019

Looking for an escape from the rumpus of the shimmery manner of modern New Year celebrations? Media India Group brings to you a combination of four calm yet enticing places that one can choose to celebrate the arrival of New Year.         1. Khajjiar Looking forward to s...

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Hidden treasures in Himachal

Hidden treasures in Himachal

December 23, 2019

A vacation in the mountains typically brings about a feeling of being close to nature and away from the conundrum of chaos and crowds. However, with the growing number of tourists, the feeling is somewhere lost. So take the road less travelled and discover the hidden treasures of...

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Spiti valley: the many shades of paradise

Spiti valley: the many shades of paradise

December 13, 2019

Even a drive along the winding roads of Spiti valley presents the travellers with a canvas of nature where the water changes colour as the day progresses. A break from the hustle and bustle of the daily city life, it helps one rejuvenate amidst nature. We are back with the last i...

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INFOCOM 2019 organises state forums to showcase their potential

INFOCOM 2019 organises state forums to showcase th...

December 9, 2019

The three-day conference INFOCOM in its 18th edition has adopted the theme of facing the challenges of VUCA world and winning. VUCA is an acronym that stands for volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity, a combination of qualities that, taken together, characterise the n...

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CO2 emission from transport-related tourism, a threat: report

CO2 emission from transport-related tourism, a thr...

December 5, 2019

Transport-related emissions from tourism are expected to account for 5.3 pc of all man-made CO2 emissions by 2030, up from 5 pc in 2016, a landmark new report from the World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO) and the International Transport Forum (ITF) shows. At the same time, as touri...

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Maharashtra promotes itself with ‘a country in a state’ model

Maharashtra promotes itself with ‘a country in a...

December 2, 2019

Maharashtra Tourism has been vigorously promoting tourism in the state and in order to strengthen their outreach in east India, they conducted a roadshow in Kolkata.

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Spiti valley: adventure alongside snow-crowned mountains

Spiti valley: adventure alongside snow-crowned mou...

November 28, 2019

Travelling along the winding roads of Spiti with glimpses of the cold desert and snow-covered mountains is a lifetime experience in itself. The Spiti valley, where the name ‘Spiti’ means ‘the middle land’, ie the land between Tibet and India, is an adventu...

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Spiti valley: exploring along the lap of Himalayas

Spiti valley: exploring along the lap of Himalayas

November 25, 2019

A journey to Spiti valley is an experience to be cherished for lifetime. We are back with the second installment of our episodic account of a trip to the Spiti valley. When we set out from Delhi to Himachal Pradesh, Spiti was a beautiful but uncharted land that bikers and extreme...

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Embracing the cold desert mountain valley

Embracing the cold desert mountain valley

November 22, 2019

No guide or article can ever do justice to a journey through Spiti valley, which needs to be lived and experienced first-hand.  Here is the first part of an episodic account of our trip to the valley. When we set out from Delhi to Himachal Pradesh, Spiti was a beautiful but un...

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