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Smart city shortlist to represent all six regions of the state

MUMBAI: As Maharashtra prepares to shortlist 10 cities for the Centre's smart city mission, the state cabinet has mandated that all six regions in the state be represented. This means that the government will shortlist six cities within the Nagpur, ... Times of India, 2 days ago

State's first book town looks set for a November launch in Malgund

The town Hay-on-Wye in Wales, UK Maharashtra's first town of books, inspired by the Welsh town Hay-on-Wye that is famous for its book stores and literary festivals, will come up by November, most likely in the coastal village of Malgund — the ...
 Indian Express2 weeks ago
Hindustan Times

Six must-see monsoon destinations that you shouldn't miss

The sun is tired of spewing fire and it's pouring in many parts of the country. If you haven't yet, this is your chance to escape to one of these hand-picked destinations to unwind like never before, and enjoy the rains without all the irritants ...
 Hindustan Times1 month ago
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Chasing the monsoon

There's something about the rains. It's magical and mesmerising. The smell of the wet earth when the rains first hit it, the landscape that turns almost silver-grey and the weather that becomes misty and cold. It's also when India turns into a land ...
 Mid Day1 month ago
Hindustan Times

Soon, fly to Nashik in 50 minutes for 5,999

PUNE: Come June 15, Puneites will be able to travel to Nashik in just 50 minutes via sea plane provided they are willing to shell out Rs 5,999 for a one-way journey. The Maritime Energy Heli Air Services Pvt Ltd (MEHAIR) will start its airport to ...
 Times of India1 month ago Pune-Nashik seaplane service to begin from June 15  Press Trust of India1 month ago

Summer holiday rush fuels travel business

Indian tours have seen an upswing partly because Nepal packages have been cancelled after the recent earthquake Tour companies have witnessed 20-25 per cent growth in domestic and foreign bookings in summer as holiday-goers are exploring newer destinations and taking advantage of exchange rate gains to travel to Europe. Domestic tours have seen an upswing partly because Nepal packages have been cancelled after the recent earthquake. Tour operator Thomas Cook said bookings for domestic and ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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