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Thursday, January
 25, 2007


 Tourism Articles


 From January 19, 2007 - January 25, 2007

Save The Forest!

Environmentalists are up in arms against the move to set up windmills for power generation on the ridges of Bababudangiri and Manikyadhara mountain ranges.

The Spice Of Real Life

Farming communities in northern India are opening their homes to tourists.

Top Drive

Where weariness melts away, writes Pankaja Srinivasan "Aiyyo Veerappan territory!" is mom's involuntary response.

Cotigao Wildlife Sanctuary

The dense forest that makes up most of the Cotigao Sanctuary in Goa hardly allows any light to trickle down to the jungle floor.

Breathless In Barcelona

"Welcome to my beautiful city, Barcelona," trilled the enthusiastic guide in the open-bus tour and all of us tourists promptly collapsed into giggles.

Textured Palimpsest

In Turkey, one can see how the centuries have added to the existing structures without destroying any of them.

Parade Of Fairy Penguins

As the suns sets, a spectacular show unfolds every evening at Phillip Island.

Harvesting Rainwater For A Better Landscape

Where natural options are not present, creation of an artificial lake will be a better option when designing the buildings and the drains and gradients around it, care must be taken to make certain that all rainwater is channeled into drains . . .

Nurture Your Bonsais Carefully

How should a bonsai look? It entirely is your decision on how you wish to shape and have it develop, but then there are certain basic rules that guide the effort.

Designed To Make Learning Fun

The Gurukul is a departure from the conventional school and is known for its unique architecture.

Parade Of Fairy Penguins

As the suns sets, a spectacular show unfolds every evening at Phillip Island.

Winging It In The Andes

Say Peru, and you picture Lima, city of kings, birthplace of the New World; or the intricately joined stones of Cuzco; or Machu Picchu, that magical aerie, poised precariously between earth and sky.

A Blueprint For Industrial Growth

Rajasthan is all set to witness a boom in industrial growth as a result of its government's efforts.

Hirakud Dam A Big Boon To State, Says Expert

The 50-year-old structure needs proper maintenance' The multi-purpose dam has checked floods 24 times It has changed life in urban centres in sixties

Islands In The Sun

As the plane touched the airport at Athens and our group (belonging to the International Women’s Association, Chennai) emerged into bright sunshine, blue skies and invigorating air, I was transported back to a day 20 years ago, when I had arrived at . . .

The Streets Of Saigon

Good morning, Saigon: Another shopping day is breaking on the wide, tree-lined boulevards of the city’s central business district.

Women Travelers

Travelers, especially women, have to carefully plan their trip to ensure their health. and safety. Women have a few extra concerns.

The Land Of Blues & Greens

The district of Dakshina Kannada, with its palm fringed beaches and lush green fields, is also a commercial centre.

Great Escapes

Luxury travel is specifically designed for the sophisticate whose prime aim when travelling is to experience the very best away from the teeming masses.

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