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Thursday, December 01,  2005


 

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 From November 20,  2005 - November 27,  2005

Enjoy The Best Of Both Worlds
five hour drive from Bangalore and you can be transported to India’s own ‘Switzerland’ alias Chikmagalur.

Culture Fest At Ellora

The Ellora Aurangabad Festival begins this November 25 and goes on till 28. 

Take A Roman Holiday

There is something for everyone at Rome — the art lover, the fashion aficionado, the diehard romantic, the history buff and even the child in you.

Tourism As An Engine Of Growth

The example of Hue, Vitenam's imperial capital, could hold a message for India about what can be done to boost tourism.

Temple Journeys

Kodaganur near Davangere offers a glimpse of 10th Century life

Elephants Arrive At Rejuvenation Camp

Arrangements made to ease their journey from various parts of Tamil Nadu 

25 Apparel Parks To Be Set Up In Two Years

MoU signed with Infrastructure Leasing and Financing Society 

Homes For Tourism

Model tourism village now offers home stay facilities 

Chill Freezes City

According to the Meteorological Department, the biting cold that has been pervading in Bangalore for the last 24 hours will continue to make its presence felt for a couple of days more. 

Plan For Eco-Tourism Project At Thusharagiri

Trekking tours through forests to be highlight of programme Joint initiative of Tourism, Forest departments and VSS Priority to conservation of forests Work on project to begin next month.

Goa Expects Record 8 Lakh Tourists In Christmas Season ........

The sandy beaches, verdant countryside and cobbled alleys of Goa are expected to draw a record eight lakh tourists to the state this Christmas. 

Paradise Revisited

J Kamath returns to Gulmarg and is enamoured by the sights and sounds of the place, which was the favourite haunt of the Mogul Emperor Jehangir. 

Mementos To Promote Tourism

Project to refurbish Bharati museum and Keezhur monument.

More Heritage Walks

After taking Bangaloreans down memory lane in the Victorian Bangalore Walk, BangaloreWalks is back with The End of the Empire walk. Starting today, the walk will take you through Bangalore from the late 1800s to 1947. 

A Piece Of History

Visit Anekonda near Davanagere before it vanishes in urban sprawl.

 

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