Thursday, 21st January 2021
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India grants e-visa to private conferences

The Indian government has extended its e-conference visa programme to foreign attendees of private conferences. Previously, the e-visa was only accessible to foreign attendees of...

India publishes first MICE study, considers industry roadmap

India’s Ministry of Tourism has released its first-ever MICE Study Report which spells out business events' contribution to the Indian economy and will help...

Trade relations boost business travel traffic between Taiwan and India

Warm trade relations between Taiwan and India are helping to spur demand for corporate travel and business event exchanges. Taiwan is currently the 16th largest...

Indian trade mourns sudden passing of Praveen Chugh

Praveen Chugh, a veteran of India's tourism industry and president of Travel Agents Federation of India (TAFI), suffered a fatal heart attack on Tuesday,...

Taiwan steps up incentive push into India’s outbound market

The Taiwan Tourism Bureau (TTB) is working to promote Taiwan as a top-of-mind destination to incentive groups from India, as part of its overall...

In India, Uttarakhand revs up efforts to lure more international arrivals

A recently unveiled state tourism policy, coupled with the hosting of PATA Adventure Travel And Responsible Tourism Conference And Mart 2019 in Rishikesh last...

India raises adventure tourism profile but perceived cultural destination image lingers

Recent efforts by India's Ministry of Tourism and state tourism boards to promote adventure tourism are expected to drive more international arrivals and promote...

Taiwan has 2 20:20 vision for Indian market

Taiwan Tourism Bureau (TTB) is stepping up its marketing and trade efforts in India as it sets a 20 per cent growth target from...

Getting back up again in Kerala

Tourism in flood-battered Kerala is rebounding, but the promotional momentum gained while driving its recovery is not about to slow

An open invitation

Travellers can now legally crash an Indian wedding, thanks to a startup connecting potential guests with couples-to-be .

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