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About 21 results for "forest and tourism minister of assam"

Railways begins work on Kaziranga Express connecting New Delhi...

NEW DELHI: There is a good news for those who are charmed by the northeast and want to explore its rich wildlife: The Ministry of Railways is working on a proposal to roll out a 'Kaziranga Express' for Assam. Minister of State for Railways Rajen ... Economic Times, 2 weeks ago

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Global consultation to focus on tourism in Assam, NE

BY OUR STAFF REPORTER GUWAHATI, Sept 22: To focus upon tourism potential of the Northeastern region in general and Assam in particular, and to discuss possibilities for investment in this sector, a 3-day international consultation will be held at ...
 SentinelAssam.com1 month ago Govt to turn State into tourism hotspot  Assam Tribune2 months ago

Assam wildlife parks open to visitors

Guwahati: All the national parks and wildlife sanctuaries in Assam including Kaziranga National Park (KNP), Manas National Park (MNP), Rajiv Gandhi (Orang) National Park have been thrown open for the visitors and wildlife buff on Saturday for the ...
 ShillongTimes.com3 weeks ago

Intelligence Bureau, CBI among 32 Government Bodies Yet To Digitise Work

The petroleum, corporate affairs, AYUSH and skill development ministeries have also not started e-office. New Delhi: Central police organisations like IB, CBI and NIA are among 32 government entities which are yet to implement e-office project. ...
 NDTV1 month ago IB, CBI, NIA among 32 Govt organisations yet to start e-office  Daily Excelsior.com1 month ago IB, CBI, NIA among 32 government organisations yet to start e-office  Financial Express1 month ago

China's National Day Holiday Expected to Boost Tourism

New Delhi, Sep 27 (IANS) Most Indians prefer to travel abroad during Eid, Dusshera, Christmas, New Year or summer vacations and youngsters are now going solo to explore newer places, a survey ... Calcutta News.Net - Tuesday 27th September, 2016 ...
 Calcutta News.Net4 weeks ago

Why monuments would be worse off without the World Heritage status

The World Heritage status does not mean much financially nor does it give UNESCO serious powers, but monuments and national parks would be worse off without it. The monsoons months are a tricky time to visit the Elephanta Caves, located on an ...
 Economic Times2 weeks ago

Paul Biya - Cameroun - dossier_de_presse_71e_ag_onu_en

Upcoming SlideShare Loading in … 5 1. I) Landmarks • 20 September 1960: Cameroon's admission into the United Nations (UN). • President of the Republic: His Excellency Paul BIYA. • Minister of Foreign Affairs: H.E Lejeune MBELLA ...
 SlideShare.net1 month ago

Flight of Freedom: Meet the Lady Who Saved Nagaland's Amur Falcons

In October, one of nature's greatest spectacles unfoldsin the breathtakingly beautiful state of Nagaland. Thousands of Amur falconscongregateat the Doyang reservoir in Wokha district, having flown thousands of kilometres from Mongolia andSiberia.
 Yahoo! India1 month ago

Big-budget projects promises to add some sheen to PM Modi's constituency

Very soon, teams of veterinary doctors will scout for a desi elite cow breed named Gangatiri in the villages of eastern Uttar Pradesh. Their mission: to purchase 100 such cows, as part of a cow conservation project launched by the Union agriculture ...
 Economic Times1 month ago It's projects galore in Varanasi, the PM Modi's constituency  Economic Times1 month ago

Plethora of promises to Majuli

Artistes perform at the inauguration programme in Majuli on Thursday. Picture by UB Photos Majuli, Sept. 8: Religion is the opiate of the masses, Karl Marx had said. The Sarbananda Sonowal-led cabinet today played this card to the fullest, ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago CM inaugurates Majuli as first island district  SentinelAssam.com1 month ago
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