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Thursday, October 26,  2006

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 From October 20,  2006 - October 26, 2006

Major Tourist Attraction

A view of the Athirappally-Chimni dam where a Rs.5-crore tourism development project has been envisaged. The Union Government will give Rs.2 crore, while the State Government will contribute the rest of the amount. Photo: H. Vibhu.

Ode To The Sun In Stone

NANDINI NAIR takes a look at a fine architectural example on the outskirts of Ahmedabad.

To The Mountain Of The Gods

Adi Kailash is practically a replica of the Manasarovar.

A Romantic Holiday

Taj Hotels is offering a range of packaged holidays called Taj Romance Holidays.

Travel Deal

Taj Hotels Resorts and Palaces gives you a chance to put the sounds of the world at bay, and revive the romance in your life at spectacular leisure destinations in India and abroad this winter.

Bandhavgarh National Park

Bandhavgarh National Park lies in the heart of Madhya Pradesh the traditional tiger country. Once the hunting ground of the Maharajas of Rewa, an alarming number of tigers were hunted down here during the pre-independence era.

Where Animals Make A Splash!

Nature's orchestra at work, writes Subha J Rao.

For A Memorable Trip

If you are a senior citizen or are travelling with older people, some sensible planning can go a long way in making it a memorable trip for them.

Some Thrills, Some Frills

It's not a small country with one set of images that you can bring back home. It offers a range of experiences, says serish nanisetti.

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