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Thursday, December 14,  2006

The Indian Analyst


 Tourism Articles


 From December 08 ,  2006 - December 14, 2006

Bangkok Specials

If you're planning to visit Bangkok, the JW Marriott has a number of ways to do so in style.

Five Best: Indian Heritage Hotels

The Writers' Bungalow is one of two 19th-century bungalows built in Ramgarh - in the foothills of the Himalayas - for British and Indian officers.

Enjoy Thrill Of Highest Golf Course In Gulmarg

Looking at the spectacular beauty of Jammu & Kashmir, the Mughal Emperor Jehangir was prompted to remark that it was "a paradise on Earth". And that is exactly what it is.

Study New European Flight Rules

Q I have an eight-hour layover at Paris’ Charles de Gaulle airport (CDG). I’d like to leave the airport and go into Paris to visit with a friend before boarding the connecting flight. Security being what it is these days, will I be allowed to . . .

Stirred By Shakey Isles

Travelling is my passion and visiting new countries and understanding their cultures, people and history is an education that never ends.

The Sitamata Sanctuary

The sanctuary in Chittoregarh, is located in a forest rich in bamboo, teak and dry deciduous vegetation, and abounds with legends.

Oh, What A Fall It Was!

A tryst with Nature, writes Pankaja Srinivasan.

Is Your Home Safe When You Are Away?

During the last minute rush to leave on a vacation, many travellers are so focussed on their travel that they fail to ensure the security of their homes when they are away.

Deal Of The Week

Want to spend Christmas in Singapore? Well, here's an opportunity.

Where The Tuskers Roam

You can sight elephants, leopards and tigers at close quarters.

Holidays Just Right For The Family

For those planning a vacation during Christmas and New Year, there are plenty of exciting packages to choose from, says PRINCE FREDERICK.

The Peregrinating Statue

When the 3rd Baron Cornwallis of Linton, an 8th generation descendant of the 1st Marquess and 2nd Earl Cornwallis whom India better knows, visited Madras recently, I wonder what he thought of the scene depicted on the circular base of the statue of . ..

A Night On Horsely Hills

You can be forgiven for not having heard of Horsely Hills. Or for mistaking it for some English countryside.

Power To Dream

The almost impossible structures of Antonio Gaudi, in the Sagrada Familia Cathedral and other projects he undertook, are inspired by nature.

Everybody's Favourite Holiday Spot

There's more to Goa than beaches and churches. It's up to you to hop on that bike, take off and explore.

Are You A Vegetarian?

With a little planning, sticklers for a vegetarian diet need not starve.

An Island Of Tranquillity

You can watch the Cauvery in all its moods at Nisargadhama.

Go Goa? If Your Dil Chahta Hai

There's more to this holiday destination than beaches and churches, says SUDHISH KAMATH.

Of Leisure And A Landmark

Bharathi Park, which wears a new look, will reopen soon. DEEPA H RAMAKRISHNAN takes a look.

Where Misty Mountains Beckon

You are never out of touch with Nature.

Naveen To Inaugurate Biju Park

Spread over 7 acres, the facility will sure attract visitors.

Hastinapur Sanctuary

Founded in 1986, the Hastinapur sanctuary spreads over Muzaffarnagar, Meerut, Ghaziabad, Bijnore and Jyotiba Phule Nagar. The Ganga flows through the sanctuary.

Favourite Haunt For Many

For many, let alone the tourists, the Beach Road is high on the agenda when it comes to chilling out, writes SUMIT BHATTACHARJEE It is preferred to movies and game centres. One can go with friends and just laze around, that's the funda.

Save Periyar

A seminar on Save Periyar will be held at the Priyadarshini Municipal Town Hall, Aluva, on December 10 at 10 a.m. Prof. M. K. Prasad will be the moderator for the technical session in which . . .

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