PANJIM: Setting up of golf course, convention center, theme parks and encouraging wedding tourism were the major demands placed by the legislators in the State Legislative Assembly today, in promoting Goa as a major tourist hub in the world, apart from being highlighted as a beach tourism destination.

A need for formulating a comprehensive tourism policy, giving direction to state’s tourism, was also raised on the floor of the House. Speaking during the demand for grants for tourism, the legislators cutting across party line pointed towards government’s failure in promoting the state’s hidden tourism sides including its heritage, hinterland, historical monuments, and others as major tourist attractions.

JAIPUR: The Supreme Court on Friday allowed preservation and restoration work of Jaipur's Man Sagar Lake by the private firm to which the 17th century monument Jal Mahal has been leased out.

In the last hearing of the matter on May 25, the court had allowed the firm to carry out preservation and restoration work of just the Jal Mahal that stands in the lake. During hearing of the litigation disputing the monument's lease agreements on Friday, a bench comprising Justices Deepak Verma and Gyan Sudha Mishra observed that the lake was part of the monument.

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JAIPUR: The Jal Mahal land lease agreement dispute reached the Supreme Court on Thursday, as was widely anticipated.

The private company, the Jal Mahal Resorts Pvt Ltd that was to lose the lease after the Rajasthan High Court declared the agreement illegal, filed a special leave petition (SLP) before the apex court, challenging the verdict passed on May 17. The SLP was mentioned before a division bench of Justice Deepak Verma and Justice SJ Mukhopadhaya that directed that the case to be listed again on Friday.

New Delhi: Next time you visit Qutub Minar, take care not to litter. Or you may just find yourself being forced to pick it up and junk it in the bin by a volunteer.

Order of the High Court of Rajasthan in the matter of K. P. Sharma & Others Vs State of Rajasthan & Others dated 17/05/2012.

The writ petitions have been filed in the public interest to quash Jal Mahal Tourism Project and cancel Mansagar Lake Precinct Lease Agreements dated 22nd November, 2005 giving 100 acres of land on lease for a period of 99 years to Jal Mahal Resorts Private Limited and Jal Mahhal Leave & License Agreement dated 22nd November, 2005.

Delhi Metro’s ‘Heritage Corridor’ has hit a roadblock once again.

KOLKATA, 26 APRIL: The compliance report of the Kolkata Municipal Corporation (KMC) was conspicuous by its absence among similar reports of different state government departments concerning Victori

Avoids Giving National Monument Status To Geographical Feature In Palk Strait.