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Travel agents get Rs 500cr Covid-19 blow in Guj
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Travel agents get Rs 500cr Covid-19 blow in Guj

Amid nationwide lockdown, blockage of funds with airlines and hotels is giving sleepless nights to Gujarat's tourism industry. Times of India, 1 month ago

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After Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat MLAs herded to Rajasthan

Political tourism is at its peak in Rajasthan. After Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh, it is now the turn of Gujarat Congress MLAs.
 Times of India2 months ago

Post-coronavirus, Himachal Pradesh stares at tourism whitewash

Its economy dependent on tourist arrivals, the hill state is looking at a summer of discontent. Not that the rest of the year promises to be any different.  Ashwani Sharma reports from Shimla.  The novel coronavirus pandemic, which has shaken the world like never before, has wrought havoc on the economy of Himachal Pradesh, with tourism, one of its key sectors of growth and livelihood, in complete shutdown for more than a month. What’s more, there’s no chance of ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

INDIA TOURISM DEV. Plunges by 5%; BSE 500 Index Down 2.7%

Posted by Equitymaster INDIA TOURISM DEV. share price has plunged 5% and is presently trading at Rs 196. Meanwhile, the BSE 500 Index is at 14,159 (down 2.7%). Among the top losers in the BSE 500 Index today are INDIA TOURISM DEV. (down 5.1%) and SCHAEFFLER ...
 Equitymaster.com2 months ago INDIA TOURISM DEV. Plunges by 6%; BSE 500 Index Down 1.9%  Equitymaster.com2 months ago

Shramik trains ferried 44 lakh migrants since May 1

The Indian Railways has ferried over 44 lakh migrant workers on board 3,276 'Shramik Special' trains since May 1, according to official data.   THE MIGRANTS' STORIES Of the total trains, 2,875 have terminated, while 401 are in transit. On May 25, 223 'Shramik Specials' ferried 2.8 lakh passengers, the railways said. The Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC) has distributed over 74 lakh free meals and more than 1 crore water bottles to travelling migrants so far. "Over ...
 Rediff.com5 days ago

Ticket counters to open at select railway stations from May 22

In a significant move, the railways on Thursday allowed select reservation counters to open at stations from Friday, nearly two months after they were shut due to the coronavirus lockdown, with Railway Minister Piyush Goyal saying 'we have to take India towards normalcy'.   He also said that an announcement on resumption of more trains will be made soon. In an order, the railway board said that such counters along with the common service centres can open from May 22 for booking reserved ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

PHOTOS: Train services resume after nearly 2 months

As the railways on Tuesday cautiously resumed its passenger service after over 50 days, three trains chugged out of New Delhi and five others left for the national capital, each carrying around 1,100 passengers who first underwent screening and followed other norms necessitated by the COVID-19 pandemic, under the strict vigilance of authorities. THE WAR AGAINST COVID-19 IMAGE: Workers disinfectant the doors of a special train for Delhi at Howrah station following the resumption of passenger ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago

Bengal, Centre clash over central teams' visit amid pandemic

The face-off between the Centre and West Bengal over the visit of two central teams for an on-the-spot assessment of the COVID-19 situation escalated on Tuesday as the panel members lay confined to guest houses for most part of the day before the state relented following a stern letter from the Union home secretary. IMAGE: Inter-Ministerial Central Team being escorted by state police and BSF during area visit, in Kolkata. Photograph: ANI Photo The arrival of the teams in Kolkata without prior ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Meet an IAS officer COVID-19 Warrior

'Villages are much better prepared than towns as far as COVID-19 is concerned.' IMAGE: Women in a Bihar village queue up to access their bank accounts during the national lockdown. Photograph: PTI Photo   "The lockdown has taught us many things. It has hit all of us hard, especially the poor. But it has prepared all of us for a long battle till the vaccine comes," Pratyay Amrit, the senior-most bureaucrat in charge of disaster management in Bihar, tells Archana Masih/, ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Focus shifts to rapid testing as India's COVID-19 tally rises to 2,547

Ramping up their efforts to contain the COVID-19 outbreak, authorities on Friday announced exclusive isolation wards and initiated rapid tests in areas identified as hotspots of the infection while a record of more than 8,000 samples were tested in 24 hours. CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC: Full Coverage   IMAGE: A homeless woman holding a child waits to receive food during a 21-day nationwide lockdown to slow the spreading of COVID-19 in Kolkata. Photograph: Rupak De Chowdhuri/Reuters In its ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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