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Aviation Top Stories
As per a latest development, the Karnataka state government has now made home quarantine mandatory for seven days for passengers arriving at the Bengaluru airport from six countries, China, Thailand, Hong Kong, Japan, South Korea, and Singapore. This move comes in the wake of rising COVID cases in other countries. Meanwhile, the Centre has already […]Continue Reading
Hotels & Resorts Top Stories
Lemon Tree Hotels announced its latest signing – Lemon Tree Hotel, Hubli, Karnataka. This property is expected to be operational by May, 2023, and shall be managed by Carnation Hotels Private Limited, a subsidiary and the management arm of Lemon Tree Hotels Limited. Located in Dharwad District, Hubli is one of the commercial hubs of […]Continue Reading
Top Stories Trade Associations
Understanding the need to keep the travel & tourism industry united in Southern India, Siraj Ansari,  former President of the Tour Operators Association of Telangana felt the urge to bring the industry of the 5 Southern states – Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and Kerala together under a common umbrella and founded the United Federation of […]Continue Reading
Hotels & Resorts Top Stories
Indian Hotels Company (IHCL), India’s largest hospitality company, today announced the signing of a new Taj resort in Bengaluru. This development project, under management contract with Sattva Homes Private Limited from the Sattva Group, will also feature branded villas as part of the complex in the second phase. Commenting on the signing, Mr. Puneet Chhatwal, […]Continue Reading
Inbound Top Stories
In a bid to make travel convenient for all, the government of Karnataka has decided to end RT-PCR checks at airports for international travellers coming to the state. The government made the announcement on October 18 and said that the RT-PCR certificates will no longer be checked. All flyers need to do is upload their […]Continue Reading
Domestic Top Stories
The sudden enforcement of new COVID-19 guidelines, requiring a negative RTPCR report, by the Karnataka government resulted in confusion at the inter-State check posts particularly along the border with Maharashtra with long lines of vehicles piling up. The revised guidelines were issued in the wake of a surge in cases in neighbouring States. The new […]Continue Reading
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