Indian students attacked in Italian city, Sushma monitoring situation

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New Delhi-- Amid reports of attacks on Indian students in Milan, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj on Tuesday said she was personally monitoring the...

Abu Dhabi Eases Covid-19 restrictions and protocols for Inbound Travellers

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New Delhi-- Abu Dhabi has revised its Covid travel restrictions and protocols in response to positive indicators that the emirate has entered the pandemic...

Travel with a focus on wellness

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New Delhi-- Westin Hotels & Resorts, a member of Marriott Bonvoy's international portfolio of 30 extraordinary hotel brands, launched a wellness-focused campaign, Let's Rise,...

Hemis monastery decked up for famed mask dance

By Vishal Gulati Leh--Ahead of a grand congregation of Buddhists next month, the 17th century Hemis monastery of Drukpa lineage, the largest such in Ladakh,...

New Delhi to Agra: India’s fastest train and tourist packages

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New Delhi-- Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC) on Saturday announced tour packages for passengers travelling to Agra via the newly-introduced Gatimaan Express,...

Disney to build 1,900 homes for fans to ‘be part of Disney all of...

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San Francisco-- If you can't think of leaving the pristine world of Disneyland theme park resorts, the company is now planning to build villas,...

A small Himachal village that’s taking art to nature

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Bir, Himachal Pradesh--Art is not a commodity but an experience, say connoisseurs, and this experience can take an entirely new form when it interacts...

Foreigners return home with ‘mudra and meditation’

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BY ARCHANA SHARMA Jaipur-- Foreign tourists visiting the Rajasthan capital are not just city hopping but have a definite purpose of late -- they are coming...

Air carriers operating ‘ghost flights’ amid Covid-19 turbulence

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London--Several international airlines are now operating 'ghost flights' with more and more air travellers cancelling their plans owing to the new coronavirus outbreak. Virgin Atlantic...

Multi-cultural set-up makes Dubai exciting

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By Nivedita Dubai has multiple nationalities from different parts of the world living together, including from India, the Caribbean and South Africa. The "multi-cultural" trait...
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