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Goa Considers Ban On Liquor Consumption In Public Places

A senior official says the state tourism department has already amended the Goa Tourist Places (Protection and Maintenance) Act to curb the nuisance of drunken people at tourist places

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Goa Clears Proposals To Have More Starred Resorts, Malls

Goa-based Models Leisure Ventures' project of a five star hotel with investment of Rs 105.23 crore was also approved by the board.

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Foreign Tourist Arrivals Rise 4.4 Per Cent In 2015

Incredible India campaign attracted 9.13 lakh foreign tourists in December 2015 as compared to 8.85 lakh during the same period previous year, a growth of 3.2 per cent

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High Court Bans Construction Work In Gulmarg Ski Resort

Former chief minister Omar Abdullah last week tweeted that illegal constructions were taking place under the garb of minor repairs in the famous tourist resort in Gulmarg

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Indonesia Aims To Double Tourist Arrivals From India By 2019

Indonesia included Indians in its free visa on arrival scheme from October this year as part of its efforts to become a major Asian holiday destination

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AirAsia Indonesia X Plans Direct India Service

AirAsia restarting its Kuala Lumpur-New Delhi service, which was discontinued in 2012 due to high operating costs, from February 3 next year

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ISIS Activities Disrupting Global Economy: Jaitley

Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Tuesday (24 November) warned that disruptive ISIS activities could impact the world economy.

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Mauritius Targets 20 Per Cent Growth In Indian Tourists

Mauritius recorded 61,157 Indian visitors in 2014, making India its sixth largest source of foreign tourist arrivals, reports Shakir Husain Mauritius is looking for a 20 per cent annual growth in tourists from India and remains focused on attracting high-end travellers. Between January and July this year the country received about 45,000 tourists, representing an increase of 21.5 per cent over the same period in 2014.

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