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Delhi: Mehrauli Park to be restored
IBN Live

Mehrauli Park to be restored

Delhi government has decided to restore the ‘Mehrauli Archaeological Park’ to attract the tourists coming to Qutab Minar. Times of India, 1 month ago
Delhi: Mehrauli Park to be restored IBN Live, 1 month ago

Mehrauli archaeological park to be restored for tourists

In a bid to attract tourists coming to Qutab Minar, the city administration has decided to restore and beautify the long-neglected Mehrauli Archaeological Park at Mehrauli village. Spread over an area of 199 acres, the park is abutting the World Heritage site ...
 Asian Age1 month ago
India TV

Qutub Minar, Lal Quila and other Delhi monuments just a click away (see pics)

IANS [ Updated 07 Jul 2014, 15:18:42 ] New Delhi: Seeing his son download apps on his mobile phone, this Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) officer had a brainwave - to create an app for Delhi's monuments, both well-known and obscure, so that ...
 India TV1 month ago Here's the App to Guide You to Delhi's Monuments  India-West1 month ago Now Find Monuments at the Click of a Button  NDTV1 month ago Find Delhi's monuments at click of a button  ProKerala.com1 month ago
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Calligraphy fans come from Jaipur, Japan to hone skills

In a bid to revive the glory of dying art of calligraphy, youngsters from Jaipur to Japan have assembled here to receive training of the art from Hyderabad-based artist Mohammad Nayeem Sabri. Majority of them do not are experts in Urdu, still they ...
 Times of India5 days ago

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India struggles to attract tourists Why India is struggling to attract tourists By Shilpa Kannan BBC News, Delhi Being a tourist in India isn't always easy - the streets can be noisy and chaotic. With three Unesco World Heritage sites in Delhi - ...
 Yahoo! UK and Ireland Eurosport1 week ago Advantage Athletic after draw in Naples  Yahoo! UK and Ireland Eurosport1 week ago Bees heap misery on Tangerines  Yahoo! UK and Ireland Eurosport1 week ago
BBC

India struggles to attract tourists

Being a tourist in India isn't always easy - the streets can be noisy and chaotic. But many come here looking for this colour and rich culture. With three Unesco World Heritage sites in Delhi - the tomb of the Mughal emperor Humayun, the Qutab ...
 BBC1 week ago

Foreign tourists okay with paying more for monuments preservation

Comment · print · T T T+· T- While foreign tourists to the Capital on an average pay almost 100 per cent more for entry to Delhi's ancient monuments than Indian citizens do, many visitors are receptive to the dual-pricing system which ...
 The Hindu1 week ago
Samaylive

Metro to run over 400extra train trips on RakshaBandhan

New Delhi: Delhi Metro will run over 400 extra train trips on Sunday to cope with the extra rush of commuters expected on the festive occasion of Raksha Bandhan.The DMRC will also deploy additional staff to cater to people and handle the increased ...
 Punjabkesari2 weeks ago Metro to run 600 trips on Raksha B..  Samaylive2 weeks ago Metro to run extra trips ahead of Raksha Bandhan  Indian Express2 weeks ago Delhi Metro Rail Corporation to run over 400 extra train trips on Raksha Bandhan  Economic Times2 weeks ago
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Travel News

Taj Mahal generates twice the revenue generated by other Indian monuments through tourist visits

One of the world's renowned monument, Taj Mahal and its integrated complexstructure located in Agra, in the state of Uttar Pradesh, has raked in Rs21.84crore (US$3.54 million) in revenue, mostly in entrance fee. (One crore: tenmillion) The ...
 Travel News2 weeks ago Taj Mahal rakes in US$3.54 mln in revenue, mostly in entrance fee  The Malaysian Times2 weeks ago Revenue Generated By Monuments  Noodls3 weeks ago
Times of India

Nirbhaya effect? 30% drop in Delhi's foreign tourism

Delhi comes into sight to see a drop of around 30% in foreign tourists. According to the Archaeological Survey of India's latest footfall figures based on ticket sales at the three world heritage sites in the city - Humayun's Tomb, Qutab Minar ...
 Siasat Daily2 weeks ago Nibhaya effect? Delhi sees 30% drop in foreign tourists  Times of India2 weeks ago Nirbhaya effect? Delhi sees 30% drop in foreign tourists  Economic Times2 weeks ago
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