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Despite rise in foreign tourist inflow, India has miles to go

Foreign tourists are swarming like locusts on India but the country’s travel and tourism industry which can’t hold a candle to even Morocco and Mexico has miles to go. Even Indian tourism minister K.J. Alphons asked tour operators at their just ... 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

City stays centre of attraction for tourists

Chandigarh: Despite ... tourism and cultural affairs, Chandigarh has observed a surge in both international and domestic tourists. The city administration credited numerous avenues of hospitality, good roads and infrastructure for the hike in tourist inflow. read more

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