Tag: Indian government

Indian Government imposes restrictions on Indian passport holders from EU, Turkey and the UK

In light of the recent detection and spread of COVID19 in many parts of the country, the Indian Government as a precautionary measure has imposed new travel restrictions. Along with the foreign nationals, this time the ban has been imposed on Indian pass holders residing in the United Kingdom, Turkey and European Union and its […]

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MoT to provide preloaded SIM Card for tourists arriving on E-visa

Dr Mahesh Sharma, Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Tourism and Culture, recently launched the initiative of the Ministry of Tourism, Government of India for providing preloaded SIM Card to foreign tourists arriving  through e-Visa. Speaking on the occasion, the Minister said that this unique initiative would assist the foreign tourists to communicate with their […]

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Tourism Minister inaugurates Bharat Parv to mark Republic Day celebrations

Bharat Parv, a national festival showcasing the country’s diverse culture, cuisines, handicrafts and catch glimpses of a progressive India was inaugurated by Dr Mahesh Sharma, Minister of State (Independent charge) for Tourism and Culture at Red Fort, Delhi. Bharat Parv event was organised by the Government of India at the Red Fort, Delhi from January […]

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Indian government approves bids for Navi Mumbai International Airport

The Indian government has given its approval to four bids for the planned Navi Mumbai International Airport. The country’s Aviation Ministry recently met with the City and Industrial Development Corporation (CIDCO), where it gave “in-principle” approval for proposals from four bidders. CIDCO had invited global tenders for the long-delayed airport project in February 2014. It […]

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Govt of India proposes 3D panoramic Google Street View of sites

The Indian government has proposed plans of exploring Indian cities, tourist spots, hills and rivers by covering such locations through the Google Street View with certain riders to facilitate a 360 degree, panoramic and street level imagery. The permission is to be granted to the internet services giant to cover most of the Indian Territory […]

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Visa-on-arrival facility for South Koreans visiting India

The Indian Government is now allowing tourist visa-on-arrival facility with a maximum validity of 30 days for South Korean citizens. The External Affairs Ministry announced that these will be offered at the airports in Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Chennai, Thiruvanthapuram and Kochi and will be priced at U.S. $60. The facility of obtaining a […]

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