RECENTLY, the Rajasthan High Court, concerned about lesser tigers in the Ranthambore tiger reserve, directed that all vehicles should be denied entry into the park. The response was immediate and

according to recent media reports, the Union ministry of finance is set to notify a list of infrastructure facilities eligible for tax concessions. The concessions may be extended to the hospitality

Illegal structures around the Ranthambore national park

Think tourism in India and the first images that will flash through your mind is the Taj Mahal and the Indian tiger. Tigers, and the protected areas created for their conservation, are the dominant motif of the picture postcard from favourite holiday de

• Kochi has been selected as one of the centres for a major study, undertaken by the US-based Oakridge National Laboratory, to measure the phenomenon of global warming. • An

The Bombay High Court's Panaji bench has stayed the construction of a Rs 25-crore five-star hotel project on the Nagorcem-Palolem beach in south Goa. It is one of the many hotels in Goa that has been

The Taj group of hotels has been under fire for the past year due to its decision to construct a three-star hotel resort at Murkal, in the heart of the Nagarhole national park

Caught in a paradoxical situation, Hotel Maurya Sheraton retracts its plan of installing a pyrolator

UNRELENTING pressure from environmentalists in Udaipur finally seems to have forced the Rajasthan government's environment department to take action to stop the pollution of the city's lakes. After