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Visitors at Taj forced to wait for over 5 hours in queue due to VVIP visit
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Visitors at Taj forced to wait for over 5 hours in queue due t...

News #queue #Taj Mahal #visitors News18 | Sun Dec 21, 2014 | 20:00 IST #Agra #Uttar Pradesh Barring entry to the Taj Mahal, the monument witnessed over 1-km long queue of visitors waiting to visit the ... IBNLive India News, 2 hours ago

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When it comes to toll tax on Taj Mahal, the ADA listens to no one

Historic Taj Mahal in Agra. (Reuters) It never made the Taj Mahal, but the Agra Development Authority (ADA) is the only local body in the entire country, that has arm-twisted millions of tourists, both from India and abroad, in shelling out billions ...
 India Today20 hours ago Bangla President M Abdul Hamid's visit: Taj Mahal to close for two hours on Saturday for public  Economic Times2 days ago Bangladesh President visit: Taj Mahal to close for 2 hours tomorrow for public  DNA2 days ago Hamid to visit Shantiniketan  Financial Express Bangladesh1 day ago

Bangladesh president's delayed arrival leads to Taj Mahal chaos

Agra, Dec 21 (IANS) Hundreds of tourists who had purchased entry tickets to visit the Taj Mahal were left in the lurch, when they had to return without being able to view the monument due to the delayed arrival of the Bangladesh President M Abdul ...
 Mangalorean12 hours ago Bangladesh president's delayed arrival leads to Taj Mahal chaos  Zee News10 hours ago Bangladesh presidents delayed arrival leads to Taj Mahal chaos  Calcutta News.Net11 hours ago
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Atlantic City's Taj Mahal Safe for Now

Atlantic City will not witness the shutdown of another of its famed casinos …for now. Despite failing to negotiate on a $100 million settlement deal to save the floundering boardwalk fixture, billionaire investor Carl Icahn assured Taj Mahal ...
 Austin American Statesman2 days ago Icahn Offers $20M to Keep A.C. Trump Casino Open  FOXBusiness.com2 days ago Icahn lending $20M to Trump Taj Mahal to avoid shutdown  New York Post2 days ago Carl Icahn Offers To Keep The Trump Taj Mahal Open (IEP)  Business Insider2 days ago
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ASI to introduce online booking for Taj

Summary Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) is launching online booking of entry tickets to Taj Mahal. This Christmas onwards you won't have to stand in long queues to buy tickets to enter Taj Mahal as the Archaeological Survey of India ...
 Financial Express6 days ago Taj Mahal ticket booking to go online from Christmas  Deccan Chronicle1 week ago From December 25, online ticket sale for Taj Mahal  Asian Age1 week ago Book tickets online to visit Taj Mahal  Hindu Business Line1 week ago
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Agra prepares for US president Barack Obama's visit next year

Politics #Barack Obama #Bill Clinton #Taj Mahal News18 | Thu Dec 18, 2014 | 11:10 IST #Agra #Uttar Pradesh On March 20 in the year 2000, the thenUS President Bill Clinton arrived in Agra and he was surprised ...
 IBNLive India News3 days ago Will Barack Obama visit Taj Mahal  Hindustan Times4 days ago Obama may visit Taj Mahal during Republic Day trip  Economic Times1 week ago Barack Obama may visit Taj Mahal during Republic Day trip  Economic Times1 week ago
Business Standard

Highway terror fear may hit Taj tourist count

The Taj Mahal is among the most attractive tourist destinations in India
 Business Standard2 days ago Terror threat on highway to Delhi likely to hit Agra tourist numbers  Business Standard3 days ago

ADA proposes hike in entry fee for Taj Mahal

The Agra Development Authority (ADA) has sent a proposal to the Uttar Pradesh government, demanding hike in the entry fee for Taj Mahal. As per the proposal,foreigners would have to shell out Rs 1,000, whereas locals would have to pay Rs 50 ...
 NetIndia123.com4 days ago Agra civic body clears proposal to hike Taj Mahal entry fee  ZeeNews.com5 days ago
Financial Express

Taj Mahal is a "hindu temple"

After Azam Khan's demand of handing over the Taj Mahal to UP Waqf Board, the state's BJP chief Laxmi Kant Bajpai today sought to drag the famed mausoleum into another row by claiming that it was a part of an ancient temple. Bajpai told reporters ...
 Siasat Daily1 week ago Shahjahan purchased temple land to construct Taj Mahal: BJP leader  Times of India1 week ago BJP invokes the British, says Taj Mahal is ASI property  Financial Express1 week ago After usurping Waqf property, Azam Khan now eyeing Taj Mahal, says UP BJP chief  Indian Express1 week ago
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TMC, SP Members Against 'Politicisation' of Taj Mahal

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 Outlook1 week ago Don't politicise Taj Mahal, say Trinamool, SP members in RS  Business Standard1 week ago MPs against politicising Taj Mahal  Chandigarh Tribune1 week ago Don't politicise Taj Mahal, say TMC, SP members in RS  Economic Times1 week ago
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