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Madhya Pradesh Tourism signs MoU with MakeMyTrip & redBus

Madhya Pradesh Tourism signs MoU with MakeMyTrip & redBus

In a significant move to boost tourism in the state, the Department of Tourism, Madhya Pradesh, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with MakeMyTrip and redBus. This strategic partnership aims to foster sustainable tourism

Ministry
UP CM unveils Divya Ayodhya mobile app

UP CM unveils Divya Ayodhya mobile app

In a significant move to bolster tourism in Ayodhya, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has launched the Divya Ayodhya mobile app. This innovative application serves as a centralised hub catering to the diverse needs

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TAAI, West Bengal sign MoU to boost tourism

TAAI, West Bengal sign MoU to boost tourism

The Travel Agents Association of India (TAAI) and the Department of Tourism - Government of West Bengal have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) in Kolkata at the ITC Royal Bengal. The MoU was signed

Hotels & Resorts
India aims to attract more tourists by implementing hygiene ratings for hotels

India aims to attract more tourists by implementing hygiene ratings for hotels

Hotels and homestays in India will be ranked for sanitation and hygiene in the first such exercise by the Union Tourism Ministry. The idea behind the proposal is to give tourists more comfort and choices.

Domestic
West Bengal to unveil app ‘Home away from home’  for homestays

West Bengal to unveil app ‘Home away from home’ for homestays

The West Bengal Tourism Department is going to come up with an app —“Home away from home” — to boost tourism through homestays reports Tamaghna Banerjee for TOI. Tourists can book homestays by using the

Domestic
Kashmir sees record-breaking 20.5 lakh tourists in 8 months of 2022

Kashmir sees record-breaking 20.5 lakh tourists in 8 months of 2022

A record-breaking 20.5 lakh tourists, including 3.65 lakh Amarnath yatris, visited Kashmir in the first eight months of this year, drawing visitors from all over the nation to the Valley. After three decades, Kashmir is

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