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Suspected Maoists attack govt-owned hotel in Kerala's Wayanad district
Indian Express

Maoists Vandalise State-owned Hotel

MANANTHAVADY: A group of gun-wielding persons, suspected to be Maoists, vandalised a hotel run by the Kerala Tourism Development Corporation (KTDC) at Thirunelli, located about 30 km from here, in the wee hours of Sunday. The group, reportedly ... New Indian Express, 1 day ago
KTDC hotel attacked in Wayanad News on Air, 1 day ago
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Vigil up in The Nilgiris

Comment · print · T T T+· T- In the wake of attack on a hotel run by the Kerala Tourism Development Corporation (KTDC) at Thirunelli in Wayanad by a group, suspected to be Maoists, in the early hours of Sunday, vigil has been stepped up ...
 The Hindu1 day ago KTDC to brand its beer parlours  Times of India2 weeks ago

INDIA TOURISM DEVELOPMENT : Kovalam Palace: Govt plea dismissed

KOCHI: The Kerala high court on Monday upheld a single bench order that declared as unconstitutional and void a 2005 law, The Kovalam Palace (Taking over by Resumption Act). The order by a division bench comprising of acting chief justice Ashok ...
 4 Traders1 month ago HC Nullifies Takeover of Kovalam Palace  New Indian Express1 month ago Kovalam Palace: Govt plea dismissed  Times of India1 month ago
DNA India

Maoists attack resort

Suspected Maoists attacked a state-run tourist resort in Wayanad in north Kerala today and escaped into forests after vandalising the premises and writing slogans against US President Barack Obama's visit to the country. The six-member group ...
 The Echo Of India1 day ago Maoists attack resort, write slogans agst Obama visit  Press Trust of India1 day ago Maoists in Kerala write slogans against Obama visit  DNA India1 day ago PTI - MAOISTS - Maoists attack resort in Kerala,write slogans agst Obama visit  Namibia Press Agency1 day ago
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Two Awarded IAS

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: U V Jose, project director, Kerala Sustainable Urban Development Project (KSUDP) and R Girija, District Planning Officer, Alappuzha have been awarded IAS in the non-state Civil Service category of the select list 2014.Jose has ...
 New Indian Express2 days ago IAS for two state govt officials  Times of India1 day ago
Manorama Online

Kerala to launch year-long programme to revive tourism

Thiruvananthapuram: The Kerala government plans to overcome the recent setbacks in the tourism sector by luring travellers with discounts and other incentives. A year-long campaign to develop and promote Kerala tourism will start from April, Tourism ...
 Manorama Online6 days ago Kerala Tourism to woo more tourists to the State  The Hindu2 weeks ago

KASE-NSDC Tie-up: MoU Signing Today

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: In an effort to strengthen the skill development initiatives, the Kerala Academy of for Skills Excellence (KASE) is entering into a partnership with the National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC) for various activities ...
 New Indian Express2 weeks ago

Government Forms Panel to Boost Eco-tourism

BHUBANESWAR: The State Government on Tuesday constituted a committee to prepare a master plan for promotion and development of eco-tourism destinations in Odisha. The committee will be headed by Development Commissioner UN Behera. Secretaries of ...
 New Indian Express1 month ago
EGov Online

Dr. Suman Billa appointed Joint Secretary, Ministry of Tourism

illa has been appointed as Joint Secretary in the Ministry of Tourism, Government of India. A 1996 batch Kerala cadre Indian Administrative Service (IAS) Officer, Dr Billa was Secretary Tourism, Kerala, prior to this appointment. An M. Phil by ...
 EGov Online1 month ago Dr Suman Billa joins MoT as Joint Secretary  Hospitality Biz India1 month ago

Link Bengal to Asian nations for Buddhist tourism circuit

Kolkata, Dec 20 Twenty-three Buddhist sites have been identified in West Bengal and the focus is to develop the state as the prime link to south and southeast Asian countries as part of the Buddhist tourism circuit, an official has said here. ...
 ProKerala.com1 month ago 'Link Bengal to Asian nations for Buddhist tourism circuit'  Daijiworldcom1 month ago
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