Tourism sector in Kashmir has suffered a loss of around Rs 3,000 crore as the 77-day ongoing unrest in the valley resulted in sharp decline of tourists. According to preliminary estimates, tourism department officials said the key sector of ... Traveltechie.com, 7 hours ago
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Srinagar [India], Sept. 25 (ANI): It is not only that people in the Kashmir Valley are suffering from the prolonged shutdown, but also the tourism sector that has been massively affected by the two-month-long unrest. The quaint and serene town of ...Yahoo! India, 3 days ago
Unrest has blown a Rs. 3,000-crore hole in Kashmir tourism industry's earrnings As Kashmir's peak tourism was engulfed by street protests and unprecedented anti-government rallies this year, tourist arrivals have gone down from the figure last ...The Hindu, 3 days ago
Arrivals dip, tourism infra takes big hit GKNN Srinagar, Publish Date: Sep 24 2016 12:44AM | Updated Date: Sep 24 2016 12:44AM File Photo While tourist arrivals to Kashmir have witnessed sharp decline in the wake of ongoing crisis, ...Greater Kashmir, 4 days ago Tourist arrivals, tourism infrastructure take big hit in Kashmir 5 Dariya News - English, 4 days ago Tourism sector in Kashmir worst affected by unrest Greater Kashmir, 1 month ago
The tourism sector, which is a major contributor to employment and economy in Kashmir, has been the worst-hit in the ongoing unrest with even film stars changing their shooting plans. According to a Tourism Department spokesman, actor Salman Khan, ...Chandigarh Tribune, 1 month ago Film-makers keep off restive Kashmir Deccan Herald, 1 month ago Tourism sector worst affected by unrest: Tourism Deptt 5 Dariya News - English, 1 month ago
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