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The Med’s moment comes

Now the inflow of foreign ... Inflation has come down from an average above 20% to around 5%. Debt has come down from 80% of GDP to around 60%, budget deficits from 5% to 3%. This has been fuelled by rises in receipts from tourism and remittances from ... read more

It’s not so green for Kerala on tourism rankings

A 5.67% increase in domestic tourist inflow in 2016 compared to the previous year has not helped ... did not go for a total survey as Kerala Tourism had done. Total survey is the collection of tourist arrivals both domestic and foreign by the Department ... read more

How can Modi manage to make an upset Nissan happy? Here's the answer

Despite India jumping 30 ranks in World Bank's Ease of Doing report this year, Prime Minister Narendra Modi still has miles to go on this count. Foreign companies have been dragging Indian government to international arbitration courts for not enforcing ... read more

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‘We don’t take cash’: Is this the future of money?

Sourdough bread is stacked on shelves, baskets brim with oranges and avocados, and tables are abuzz with young professionals on laptops and a smattering of foreign visitors who have strayed off the main tourist ... banker who has worked in India for ... read more

Small island for sale

About 40km (25 miles) to the north ... from clear that Britain is a net loser. Purchases go both ways—and many British firms have found new strength under foreign owners. For 30 years the consensus has been that Britain has more to gain than to lose ... read more

Booming tourism to Antarctica blamed for spreading deadly diseases that kill thousands of penguins

A rise in the numbers of tourists visiting the Antarctic is increasing the chances of penguins catching deadly diseases. With humans only having started to travel to the continent ... can be attributed to catching foreign diseases. Avian pox was ... read more

Miles to go in the fight against tuberculosis

The world over, despite better reporting of the disease due ... which does not respond to first-line of drugs is on the rise worldwide. The MRD-TB burden largely falls on China, India, and Russia, which account for half the number of global cases. read more

Out of India

The rise of the right wing globally — not just in India — has eroded restraint and civility ... “Many Africans travel abroad for medical treatment. I thought, ‘Why not go to India, get the knowledge and a correlation with Indian doctors so that ... read more

The holiday-at-home nation: One in five Britons has never been on a foreign break

Britain is a nation of travel-phobic homebodies who like nothing better than the familiar comforts of their own country, according to a new survey. The study reveals that one in five Britons has never been on a foreign ... to go away was down to a hatred ... read more

Market may trade in a range, but FIIs seen sold on India

Despite the overall rise, the domestic market has been under ... still bullish about the India growth story and a sustained inflow will help the market to bounce-back,” said Geojit BNP Paribas research head Alex Mathews. Foreign Institutional Investors ... read more


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