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FTAs to India increase by 1.7 per cent in April 2010
  According to a PIB release, the Ministry of Tourism (MoT) has compiled monthly estimates of Foreign Tourist Arrivals (FTAs) and Foreign Exchange Earnings (FEE) on the basis of data received ...read more>>
MoFPI to facilitate setting up of laboratory for wine testing and certification
  According to a PIB release, Subodh Kant Sahai, Minister of Food Processing Industries (MoFPI), said that Indian wine sector requires a long-term commitment, as it is a very capital intensive ...read more>>
Maharashtra Govt decides to use No Development Zones to Tourism Development Zones
  The Maharashtra Government has decided to turn several No Development Zones (NDZ) to Tourism Development Zones (TDZ). Moreover, it has also decided to double the existing ...read more>>
Delhi govt to work on single window clearance for restaurants
  The Delhi government will seriously explore the possibility of putting in place single window clearance for all permits related with restaurants in the capital city. This was informed by P K Tripathi, ...read more>>
CCTVs made mandatory in Delhi guest houses approved for Commonwealth Games
  According to a report in PTI, to ensure foolproof security during the Commonwealth Games (CWG), close circuit televisions (CCTVs) have been made mandatory in approved guest houses ...read more>>
IRCTC bags catering rights for CWG
  According to a PTI report, Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation Limited (IRCTC) has bagged the rights to provide catering service to sportspersons at the Commonwealth Games ...read more>>
DLG Ranch, ‘agri-tourism’ project, underway in Mysore
  The opportunity to experience India’s agrarian society and its rustic livelihood resonates fittingly with an ‘agri-tourism’ venture like DLG Ranch, which is gearing up to start its operations in the next six ...read more>>
Bardiya Group to foray into hospitality sector
  Jaipur-based Bardiya Group plans to foray into the hospitality sector by opening two hotels in Jaipur by September 2012. The 91-room business hotel will be located at Malviya Nagar, Jaipur and ...read more>>
Sarovar Hotels forays into Chandigarh with ‘Hometel’ brand
  Sarovar Hotels & Resorts has forayed into Chandigarh with their budget brand Hometel and has launched the 114-room Hometel Chandigarh. The hotel is the second owned and managed property by ...read more>>
Lemon Tree Hotels wins accolades from Expedia and TripAdvisor
  Lemon Tree Hotel, Ahmedabad; Lemon Tree Hotel, Aurangabad; Lemon Tree Amarante Beach Resort, Goa and Lemon Tree Hotel, Hinjawadi, Pune have been placed in the top two per cent of hotels ...read more>>
ZEUS Restaurants & Allied to open its first restaurant ‘Indian Harvest’ in Mumbai this month
  Mumbai-based ZEUS Restaurants & Allied Pvt Ltd (ZRAPL) owned by Satyen Dasondi and his wife, Meher will launch their first restaurant brand ‘Indian Harvest – Luxury Dining’ at The Acres Club, ...read more>>
 E-MAGAZINE
 INTERVIEW
‘The corporate traveller has simple but non-negotiable need'
As InterContinental Hotel Group gears up to launch its first managed hotel in Delhi, Barun Jolly, General Manager, Crowne Plaza, Okhla, New Delhi speaks with Hospitality Biz about the opportunities in the Delhi market and his plans with the new hotel.
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 DAY IN THE LIFE OF
Radhika Shastry - Managing Director, RCI India Pvt Ltd
Having worked with RCI India Pvt Ltd for the past 18 years, Radhika Shastry, Managing Director, RCI India Pvt Ltd still finds that every day is different, every customer is different and every location is unique. Hospitality Biz unwinds the driving force behind the growth of RCI India
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 ACTION CAPTURE

Marriott International Inc during the inauguration of Courtyard by Marriott Mumbai International Airport

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