Local residents feel the Tribunal order will spell doom for the tourism industry

With no provision to run the Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) or electric buses and taxis, the Manali Hoteliers’ Association (MHA) and the Manali Paryavaran and Vikas Mandal (MPVM) have requested National Green Tribunal (NGT) chairman Swatantra Kumar to review the order of banning the entry of vehicles beyond Vashisht Barrier.

The Karnataka Tourism Policy 2014-19 aims to position Karnataka as a visible global brand in tourism for visitors as well as investors by encouraging development of relevant infrastructure through partnerships between private sector, government and the community.

Thiruvananthapuram : In an apparent bid to protect the tourism industry, 20 legislators and five bishops, including a Catholic cardinal, have sent a petition to the Chief Minister stating that the

The disease, like SARS which had its origin in south-east Asia some years ago, has already claimed close to 90 lives.

The devastation caused by torrential rains that lashed Uttarakhand earlier this month is expected to cause a loss of Rs 12,000 crore to the state's tourism industry in the current fiscal, says a PH

Chief Minister Omar Abdullah today ordered the formulation of a comprehensive tourism-development policy which would govern and guide the growth of tourism in the region. The Chief Minister ordered the formulation of the policy while chairing a meeting of the State Tourism Advisory Committee here.

Omar said the comprehensive policy would govern and guide the growth of tourism and take necessary care for protecting and conserving the environment of the state. He said the policy should be formulated while taking all stakeholders on board.

Kashmir valley to be promoted as golfing destination

Aitken Spence Travels Ltd (ASTL), Sri Lanka’s largest inbound tourism operator, was awarded the ‘Carbon Neutral’ Certificate at a formal ceremony held at the Central Environmental Authority last we

After Peaceful Ways Fail To Yield Results, Villagers Threaten To Intensify Protest

Alwar: The ongoing agitation of villagers has spelled doom for the tourism industry at Sariska tiger reserve with mass protest against relocation entering the 13th day on Tuesday. Nearly 2,500 villagers who stay around the park have been blocking its main entrance since February 28. They threatened to intensify the stir on Monday as their peaceful agitation has failed to create any impact on the administration officials.

PANJIM: While the Regional Plan 2021 for Goa is yet to be finalized after the ensuing Budget Session, the tourism industry in a pre-budget memorandum to the Goa government submitted Monday, has rec

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