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Ministry of Tourism seeks tourism industry’s views on holding Travel Mart

After a while, Ministry of Tourism, Government of India, has once again started exploring the possibilities of a Travel Mart for India in the lines of other international travel marts. more>>

Marriott International clinches the Starwood deal with a revised merger agreement

Putting to rest all speculations about ‘Superior Proposal’ presented by a consortium led by Chinese Insurance company, Anbang Insurance Group Co., Ltd., to supersede Marriott more>>

Swiss International (India) and Innovest Ventures to invest nearly Rs 700 cr in Haryana’s tourism sector

Swiss International (India), a subsidiary of Switzerland based Swiss International hotels, together with Gurgaon-based Innovest Ventures announced the signing of an MoU with more>>

Indian Hotels to exit another Gateway Hotel

As per a report in The Economic Times, the Tata group controlled Indian Hotels Company, which owns and operates the Taj Hotels Resorts and Palaces, has decided to more>>

FICCI to encourage travel start-ups, digital tourism and IT-based infrastructure development in Travel & Hospitality sector

Federation of Indian Chamber of Commerce & Industries (FICCI) will encourage and assist travel start ups, digital tourism, and IT-based infrastructure development of the more>>

Foreign Tourist Arrivals to India register 11.3% growth in February, 2016

As per the monthly estimates, the foreign tourist arrivals (FTA) to India in the month of February, 2016 has shown an increase of 11.3% over the same period last year. As more>>

Domino’s to increase its e-catering partnership with IRCTC to more stations

Domino’s Pizza while completing one year of association with Indian Railways Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC) on e-catering initiative, Food on Track, has decided to more>>

Heritage education should be made compulsory in school curricula

Inaugurating the third International Conference on Living Heritage in Udaipur, Vinay Sheel Oberoi, Secretary-Education, Government of India suggested that heritage more>>
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