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About 20 results for "atithi devo bhava"

Untapped potential of geo parks, geo tourism

India at least three decades behind in recognising geo tourism potential STATESMAN NEWS SERVICE Bhubaneswar, 14 September Odisha has abundant potential in developing Geo Parks and Geo Tourism. But when India does not even have a mechanism ... The Statesman, 3 days ago

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Daily Bhaskar, 1 month ago

Ray urges stake holders to contribute their mite to tourism promotion in Isles

Vexing eloquent about the great potential that the tourism sector holds in A&N islands, the Member of Parliament, Mr. Bishnu Pada Ray has called upon the tour operators and other stake holders to make the best use of the opportunity offered by the ...
 The Echo Of India3 days ago

Institutional reform of the state's police and intelligence agencies need of the hour

CBI director Ranjit Sinha has been making the wrong kind of news since the Supreme Court called the agency a Caged Parrot. The latest bit is, of course, a long list being leaked to the media, of visitors to the CBI director's home who also happen to ...
 Economic Times1 week ago

Answers to last week's quiz (#372)

Connect actors Margot Kidder, who played the role of Lois Lane in the first Superman movie released in 1978 and Timothy Dalton, who acted in the 1989 Bond film Licence to Kill, to a strange commercial proposition. Philip Morris paid the makers of ...
 Business Standard India1 week ago

We are loud, and we don't care

Prev By Fiona Fernandez | Posted 2 hours ago A few weeks back, yours truly was able to escape the bustle and din of the city for a quick dash to a seaside retreat. Peace of mind and some much needed me-time amid monsoon-blessed green environs ...
 Mid Day2 weeks ago

The Strategist Quiz (#372)

Whose words are these: "And there was Jack Welch. I got him into India because GE was not known in India and Pakistan. I pressed upon him to come. Rajiv Gandhi, who was a high-tech guy, had admiration for Jack. India was a closed economy and I ...
 Business Standard India2 weeks ago
IndiaPost

Pay homage to ancestors on Pitru Divas

Shraddha Tarpan in India Pitru Paksha (fortnight of theancestors) is wrongly considered by Hindus to be inauspicious, given the death rite performed during the ceremony, known as Shraddha or Tarpan. By and large, people consider that these days ...
 IndiaPost2 weeks ago
Mid Day

Chhodo kal ki baatein

As you know, we all have to pull together to make this a shiny, new country, by shirking off old attitudes. For instance, discussing gender inequality is so yesterday, yaar. Hence, our Finance Minister, speaking at a tourism conference, appealed to ...
 Mid Day3 weeks ago
NDTV

Gluten-Free India Ready to Welcome Novak Djokovic!

Serbia's Novak Djokovic eats the grass as he celebrates winning his men's singles final match against Switzerland's Roger Federer on day thirteen of the 2014 Wimbledon Championships at The All England Tennis Club in Wimbledon, southwest London, on ...
 NDTV3 weeks ago

Tourism can counter Naxalism

Driving on NH43 takes you through some of the most pristine landscapes of the country — down Bastar plateau past villages with neat rows of mud houses tucked inside lush groves. As you head towards the Kanger Valley National Park, sunlight weaves ...
 Hindu Business Line4 weeks ago
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