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Disappearing arts of India

Disappearing arts of India

February 22, 2020

India’s art heritage is as diverse as its people. India is known for its rich cultural heritage from the ancient times, yet amidst all these there are art forms that are dying

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Indian tourists in France

Indian tourists in France

September 19, 2019

Long a must destination for Indian leisure travellers on their European sojourn, France is now becoming important even for other segments of tourism business, thanks to continuous innovations and niche activities.

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Karnataka Tour : Mysore Palace

Karnataka Tour : Mysore Palace

December 20, 2018

Situated in the centre of Mysore, the palace faces the Chamundi hills. Founded in 1423 AD, the Wodeyars had a long reign, with 25 kings ascending to the throne by the time of Indian independence in 1947. Today, the descendants of the royal family live in 40% of the palace, with t...

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Biometric self-boarding systems to chip in at Bengaluru airport

Biometric self-boarding systems to chip in at Bengaluru airport

October 9, 2018

Indian flyers will soon find shorter queues and have a seamless journey without obstacles or hassles from stepping into the Kempegowda International Airport (KIA) up to the boarding point.

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Stree fights patriarchy with chilling horror and comedy

Stree fights patriarchy with chilling horror and comedy

September 13, 2018

The real ghost in the film is the partriarchal mentality, which is seeped deep within men in India. The witch on the other hand is instead the ‘hero’ fighting male domination.

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Flowers that bloom every morning in Madiwala market, Koramangala, Bengluru

Flowers that bloom every morning in Madiwala market, Koramangala, Bengluru

March 25, 2018

  Madiwala, meaning the washerman Kannada, is a locality in southern Bengaluru, the Silicon valley of India and capital of the southern state of Karnataka, was home to the washermen of the city. Today, Madiwala is famous for other things, notably hosting the largest market ...

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Bengaluru designs the bilingual ‘Be U’

Bengaluru designs the bilingual ‘Be U’

December 29, 2017

Bengaluru, capital city of the south Indian state of Karnataka, has become the first Indian city to have its logo. A reflection of culture and heritage, the logo is intended to promote tourism in the city, which is often traversed only for professional reasons.

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Karnataka assembly passes anti-superstition bill

Karnataka assembly passes anti-superstition bill

November 23, 2017

In the midst of protests, Karnataka legislative assembly passes the popular anti superstition bill, listing the banned superstitious practices.

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Indian airline takes delivery of its first ATR aircraft

Indian airline takes delivery of its first ATR aircraft

November 22, 2017

IndiGo, a lost cost airline from India has taken its first delivery of aircraft from France based ATR from its headquarters in Toulouse.

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Airport Modernisation India Summit 2017

Airport Modernisation India Summit 2017

October 31, 2017

Keeping in view India’s vision of becoming the largest aviation market in the world by 2030, TraiCon events developed the Airport Modernisation India Summit 2017, which looked at methods to develop the Indian aviation sector. Aimed at developing a programme that will help moder...

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Ozer Guler

Ozer Guler

October 31, 2017

With the number of Indian travellers consistently growing, Turkish Airlines hopes to develop its operations further to tap the potential market. Ozer Guler, general manager of Turkish Airlines (north and east India) talks about the success of the airlines in India. Since Turkish ...

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Tag-less Airports

Tag-less Airports

October 31, 2017

In a bid to avoid harassment and hassles at airports, the Airports Authority of India (AAI) has taken the initiative to reduce management friction by removing the requirement for hand baggage tags at airports. There have been instances where passengers are queuing to board their ...

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