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India Tourism Road shows in Saudi Arabia

India Tourism Road shows in Saudi Arabia

18 January 2012 Press Release Tourism News

The Ministry of Tourism with the objective to tap the high end tourists from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) organised Tourism Road Shows in the cities of Dammam, Riyadh and Jeddah. The shows were held from 7th to 11th of this month.

Rajasthan Rural hinterland tourism may receive unprecedented impetus

Rajasthan Rural hinterland tourism may receive unprecedented impetus

15 December 2011 Press Release Tourism News

As the Indian Government has shown its intentions in the recent past to consolidate the rural tourism, the current approach, by the Rajasthan Government, to reach remote villages, tribal belts, and deep rural areas, in order to understand them at deeper level, seems to result in providing a solid boost to the tourism opportunities out there.

Explore never seen India with Erco Travels

26 November 2011 Press Release Tourism News

India offers amazing tourism and travel packages and wonderful experiences that reflect its rich cultural and historical heritage, wildlife, architecture and a prosperous knowledge of traditions and festivals.

Ten dead following Delhi bomb attack

Ten dead following Delhi bomb attack

7 September 2011 Tourism News

As many as ten people have been killed in New Delhi following a bomb attack on the Indian High Court. A further 61 people are believed to have been injured in what Indian prime minister Manmhan Singh branded a “cowardly act”.

Mumbai hit by new terror bombings

Mumbai hit by new terror bombings

13 July 2011 Tourism News

Three simultaneous explosions have rocked Mumbai nearly three years after militants killed over 164 people in an assault on the Indian city. The financial heart of the city was attacked during rush-hour, with eight people feared dead and over one hundred injured.

Navi Mumbai airport given green light

Navi Mumbai airport given green light

26 November 2010 Airline News

Building work is set to begin on a second international airport in Mumbai following an agreement between the City Industrial & Development Corporation and the Environment Ministry. This being India, however, there are strings attached, with backers of the airport forced to acquiesce to a number of strict environmental conditions in order to get plans for Navi Mumbai airport off the ground.