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Tourists dancing inside Atal tunnel lands in jail on Christmas Eve

Manali: Kullu police on Thursday had arrested seven tourists dancing inside the newly inaugurated Atal tunnel. Travelers have kept on

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Restrictions to Reduce Indian Coronavirus Cases

Before the world was rocked by the coronavirus pandemic, which has indefinitely closed nearly every international border on the planet,

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Tourists are Welcome Even in New Normal Times

It has been several months now that ardent travelers are eager to leave home and wander about.  Don’t fret, because

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How to Plan a Vacation When the Budget is Tight

When your budget is tighter than it has ever been before, it is easy to consider giving up on planning

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IndiGo and AirAsia start refunding money to passengers for cancelled flights

Aviation Industry’s leading airlines Indigo and AirAsia have started to refund money to passengers who don’t want credit shells for

Tourism Industry in India
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Covid-19 Impact- 40% Travel and Tourism companies might shut down in 3 months

According to reports, nearly 36% to 40% of such travel and tourism companies are likely to witness a temporary shutdown,

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Ahead of Resumption of Flight Operations, confusion grips passengers

On May 23, a day before Air Flight may resume their operations after getting permitted by the central government, a

Ajay Singh, CEO Spice Jet
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Covid-19 : Spicejet plans to operate 150 flights on day one post extended lockdown

CEO of SpiceJet, Ajay Singh said , “Hope to operate 150 flights on Monday; significant demand in the short term.

Hardeep Singh Puri
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Domestic Flights to resume operating by May 15, says Civil Aviation Minister

Civil Aviation minister, Hardeep Singh Puri, has informed that domestic flight services in India is likely to resume from the

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COVID-19 Lockdown: SpiceJet pilots to not get salary for April-May

KOLKATA: India-based budget airline company, SpiceJet, has informed its pilots that they will receive no salaries for the month of