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Thursday, February 16,  2006


 

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 From February 10,  2006 - February 16, 2006

15 Lakh Pilgrims, Tourists Visit Shravanabelagola
Over 15 lakh pilgrims and tourists have visited Shravanabelagola since January 22 for the Mahamastakabhisheka, according to Sri Charukeerti Bhattaraka Swamiji. 

Singapore Holding Talks On Tourism Promotion

Efforts on to augment budget accommodation About 1,400 Indian companies have establishments in Singapore Among the Asian markets, India contributed 42 per cent of the total 5.8 lakh visitors

Tourism Promotion Activities Should Be Eco-Friendly: Collector

Efforts will be made to promote adventure sports 

Festival To Promote Tea And Tourism Begins Today

An exhibition will also be conducted Elaborate arrangements have been made by the district administration in association with the Department of Tourism for the 2006 Tea and Tourism Festival to be organised at the Breeks Open Air Stadium here . . .

Promoting Medical Tourism

Awareness needed for tourists to take Ayurveda seriously Only few tourists know that Ayurveda is not just massage spas but a full-fledged medical treatment system. 

A Day Of Worship In Temple Of The Destroyer

The Kalighat temple in Kolkata is believed to have been built at the site where the toes of the right foot of Sati fell. Bala Chauhan visits the temple, which attracts thousands of devotees every year.

Life After Death In Mammalapuram

The tsunami, last year, left Mahabalipuram in Tamil Nadu with infinite death and destruction. The town has fast recovered, writes Rachna Bisht Rawat. 

Glacier's Edge

The trek up to Gangotri is through beautiful mountains and valleys. 

Map Products To Benefit Tourism, Business Sectors

Kapil Sibal releases new Road Atlas developed by Survey of India 

A Journey Through Coorg

Silent Sentinels, A HECAR Foundation (Heritage Education Conservation Architecture Restoration) publication, is a book that provides an insight into the architectural heritage of Coorg and is the first of its kind book in the true sense. 

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