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Thursday, December 22,  2005


 Tourism Articles


 From December 07,  2005 - December 14,  2005

New Tourism Initiative: Homemakers As Guides

Even as the Centre proposes policies to downsize the bureaucracy, the latter finds ways of springing back in full force. This time, the bureaucracy has found ways of employing ‘‘idle wives’’ of service officers going by the scheme to be launched by . . .

Railcar, Baskets And Babies

The metre gauge railcar connecting Shimoga and Talguppa might not be heritage but it does a good job in slowing down the scenery and highlighting contrasts between urban and rural life.

Land Of The Fusion God

Harihara may not pull many tourists but pilgrims consider it the Kashi of the South 

Project To Promote Cultural Tourism At Kottakunnu

Malayalam-2005 begins today Literary discussion to be held in the morning Poets' meet to be held in the afternoon Cultural conclave in the evening 

A Touch Of Glamour To A Primate Existence!

Hugh and Colleen Gantzer live it out in a tree house in Wayanad. 

Yercaud: The Poor Man’S Hill Station

For a nature lover, this is a perfect getaway, says Marianne de Nazareth. 

Beypore Boats Sail Into Oblivion

The boat yard in Beypore, once famous for supplying hand-crafted boats to the Gulf, has now fallen silent, thanks to its inability to keep step with changing market demands, says M. A. Siraj. 

Tourism Zone At Kundli-Palwal Expressway Soon

A new tourism policy for promotion of religious, cultural and archaeological tourism to be unveiled More tourist circuits to be established ISCON temple to be built in Kurukshetra 

Enjoy The Best Of Both Worlds

five hour drive from Bangalore and you can be transported to India’s own ‘Switzerland’ alias Chikmagalur.





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