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Budget 2015: Funds for infrastructure is key to drive tourism, says Yatra's Dhall

Budget 2015: Funds for infrastructure is key to drive tourism,...

Sharat Dhall, president, Tourism boost. Reuters "This is probably the most awaited budget that India has seen in the last decade. The expectations from this budget for every individual and Indian industry alike, are very high. The ..., 1 month ago

Indians make a dash for grand finale Down Under

NEW DELHI: The Men in Blue's dream run has sent Air India's cash registers ringing. The airline's daily service between Delhi and Sydney/Melbourne - the only nonstop flight between India and Australia by any airline-is going nearly full. India's ...
 Times of India4 days ago Airlines hike India-Aus fares as Team India enters World Cup semifinal  Economic Times5 days ago World Cup tracker: McCullum writes letter of excuse for ...  Firstpost.com5 days ago Team India effect: Hike in airfares to Australia  Bangalore Mirror5 days ago
Digital Market Asia

From ecommerce to m-commerce in India: bumps on the way

Related Items Ad:Tech 2015 Arjun Ravi Kolady eCommerce Facebook India Flipkart Groupon India m-commerce Sachin Kapur Saran Chatterjee Sharat Dhall Yatra Online As ecommerce players and research agencies continue to release data ...
 Digital Market Asia5 days ago

Drop in tourists leads hotels to slash rates in Goa

MUMBAI: Russia's annexation of Crimea and the sharp decline in oil prices are reason for cheer among local visitors to Goa but they worry Krishani Chhatwal. These two developments have combined to put a dent in the number of people coming to Goa ...
 Economic Times1 week ago Bonanza for Goa travellers: Drop in Russian tourists leads 5-star hotels to slash rates  Economic Times1 week ago Hotel tariffs in Goa drop 10-15% as Russian tourist arrivals see slowdown  Economic Times1 week ago Hotel tariffs drop 10-15% as foreign tourist arrivals see slowdown  Economic Times1 week ago

Corporate travel picks up, agencies see 15 per cent uptick

NEW DELHI: The sharp fall in business travel in the country might have bottomed out with travel agencies reporting close to 15 per cent uptick in corporate business over last year, thanks to signs of economic recovery and increased availability of ...
 Economic Times1 week ago

Amusement in the sky: Getting rid of boredom at 40,000 feet

It's not clear if the Wright Brothers took any entertainment devices along on their first flights, but it can be safely said that they wouldn't have felt the need for them. However, with the growth of aviation and the novelty of flying wearing ...
 Hindu Business Line2 weeks ago

Hotel room rates slip

Comment · print · T T T+· T- For the second consecutive year, room tariffs in Asia decline, as per the latest hotel price index of If you feel like holidaying within the country or travelling in Asia, there's no better time ...
 The Hindu3 weeks ago

High-flying Indians now travelling far & wide, says study

MUMBAI: In the fight for global travellers, tourists from India are getting noticed, with more countries making special efforts to ease visa formalities for its citizens. The Visa Openness Report 2014 by the United Nations World Tourism Organization ...
 Economic Times3 weeks ago From hiking marketing budget to waiving visa fees, tourism bodies try all tricks to lure travellers  Economic Times1 month ago

On a high, STAR bets big on today's India-West Indies clash

Friday's World Cup cricket match between India and the West Indies, at the WACA stadium in Perth (which has a capacity of 24,500), is expected to be a hit. STAR India, which has had a dream run so far, with 257 million viewers watching the ...
 Business Standard India3 weeks ago

Cricket fans head Down Under to cheer team India

India's emphatic victories in the first three group-level matches in the cricket World Cup are leading to a surge in travel to Australia and New Zealand. Tour operators are facing demand from customers keen on watching the quarter-finals, semis and ...
 Business Standard India3 weeks ago Team India revives demand for travel, TVs  Times of India1 month ago Kolkatans lead fan brigade Down Under  Times of India1 month ago
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