Uttar Pradesh to link key pilgrim centres with four-lane highways: CM Yogi Adityanath

In his maiden speech on the Independence Day, as the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, Yogi Adityanath outlined key initiatives, already undertaken and in the offing, ...

Posted in Tourism Currents | By TF Bureau

India must become a year-round destination to attract investment: Rashmi Verma

Perhaps in her first media address after joining the Ministry of Tourism as Secretary, Rashmi Verma laid out the vision of the ministry, outlining some of the challenges faced by stakeholders. She noted that to drive ...

Posted in Shashank Shekhar | By Destination India

Air India Express, the low-cost arm of the national carrier Air India, plans to operate 46 additional flights for the Gulf travelers to operate 46 additional flights for the Gulf travelers to clear the heavy rush during Onam and Bakrid. 44 services would be operated from Sharjah to Kochi, Kozhikode, Thiruvananthapuram, New Delhi and back and 2 services on the Riyadh-Kozhikode route.

The Sharjah- Kochi service will be on August 25, 31 and September 2.  The flight from Sharjah on August 25 will start at 7.05 am and will reach Kochi at 12.35 pm. On August 31 and September 2, the flight will begin service from Sharjah in the evening at 6.20 and reach Kochi midnight 11.50 pm. Of the 40 flights to Sharjah and back, 36 will be from the airports in the State. As many as 16 flights will be from Thiruvananthapuram, 6 from Kochi and 14 from Kozhikode.

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Fresh political alignment an opportunity to revisit the Buddha Circuit

Bihar has been the subject of media discourse and remained in the spotlight for political churnings and changing alignments. BJP is back in the saddle in the state. It was Uttar Pradesh and now Bihar, both, have BJP governments at the helm. One in total domination and another with an alliance partner – JD(U) – with Nitish Kumar’s homecoming to the NDA fold.
Uttar Pradesh and Bihar are two adjoining states; both are extremely richly endowed in tourism assets. Both have been languishing. ...

Posted in The First principle | By Navin Berry