Tag: Jharkhand

OTM 2019 emerges as the largest travel trade show in India again

Participants from 50+ Countries and many Indian States and Union Territories exhibited their destinations at OTM 2019, held at the Bombay Exhibition Centre from January 23 to 25. OTM 2019 had 1,000+ exhibitors, including National and State Tourism Organisations, State Tourism Boards, Hotels, Airlines, Destination Marketing Companies and other suppliers serving leisure as well as […]

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India’s biggest travel show network TTF concludes Chennai & Bengaluru editions successfully

Facilitating the trade to meet and market their products for 29 years, TTF – the biggest travel show network in India, recently provided the much-needed opportunity to the travel industry from across India to connect and conduct business in Chennai and Bengaluru. Chennai edition of TTF garners accolades The opening event of TTF 2018 series, […]

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India’s biggest travel show network TTF opens in Bengaluru

Facilitating the travel trade to meet and market their tourism products, TTF, the biggest travel show network in India for 29 years, is all set to provide the right opportunity to the travel industry from across India to connect and conduct business under one roof. Inaugurated today, the 3-day TTF Bengaluru 2018 is being held […]

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India’s biggest travel show network, TTF 2018 series kicks-off from Chennai

  Facilitating the travel trade to meet and market their travel products, TTF, the biggest travel show network in India for 29 years, is all set to provide the right opportunity for the travel industry from across India to connect and conduct business under one roof at Chennai. Inaugurated at the Chennai Trade Centre, the […]

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Rs 100 crore ‘Shakti circuit’ project envisages of developing tourism at Jharkhand

Bordering Chatra in Jharkhand, the ‘Shakti circuit’ is expected to give a big fillip to tourism in the region. Efforts are on to connect the three ‘Shakti circuit’ shrines of Kauleshwari and Bhadrakali (Itakhori) in Chatra district and Chhinmastika at Rajrappa in Hazaribagh. All three shrines fall in red zone and most parts of the […]

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Jharkhand to develop mining tourism

Jharkhand, in its bid to attract greater number of tourists, is planning to promote mine tourism by developing mines into tourist spots. Jharkhand has considerable mineral resources and is a major storehouse of iron ore, coal and copper mining, along with gold and silver. Closed and abandoned mines will now be redeveloped and made available […]

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Jharkhand to promote tourism through airport advertising campaign

The state government of Jharkhand, in an effort to promote state tourism, plans to advertise some of its prominent locations across different airports of the country to attract national and international tourists. According to Amar Kumar Bauri, Minister for tourism, art, culture, sports and youth, Jharkhand, the plan, that was formulated after the release of […]

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Jharkhand Khadi Board plans to build parks to promote handloom products

With an aim to promote its handloom products and generate employment, the Jharkhand State Khadi and Village Industries Board will set up six khadi parks in the state. These parks will feature all the manufacturing activities, such as processing of raw material, washing and dyeing, designing, cutting, stitching, branding and packaging of khadi clothing items, […]

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Jharkhand set to improve forest spots, promotes eco-tourism

In its bid to promote itself as an eco-tourism destination, Jharkhand is utilising its existing infrastructure at popular forest spots. The vast spread of forests in Dalma, Betla, Netarhat and Behragora in Hazaribag, with their wide range of flora and fauna, are among popular tourist draws. “Dalma is a beautiful place, and the best forest […]

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Bengal to develop Buddhist tourism circuit

West Bengal’s ongoing efforts to promote state tourism among foreign tourists has received another impetus with the Buddhist trail project up for discussion next month. Tourism officials from the state will meet their counterparts from Jharkhand, Odisha, Bihar and Uttar Pradesh to plan the journey that will take tourists to places where Buddha left his […]

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