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Aadhaar must for sr citizen rail tickets

NEW DELHI: Come April 1, 2017, reservation of rail tickets for senior citizens will be directly linked to Aadhaar or Unique Identification (UID) cards on a mandatory basis for availing

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Dwarka

Where Lord Krishna established his earthly kingdom A great devout centre with much mythological relevance, Dwarka is the epitome of spiritual enlight enment. To the devotee, Dwarka is synonymous with

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Dungarpur

Famous for its unique style of architecture Dungarpur is a small city located in the western Indian state of Rajasthan and is famous for its temples and palaces. The district

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India to fly 442 mn passengers by 2035

NEW DELHI: Global airlines body IATA has said it expects India’s air passenger traffic to grow to 442 million by 2035 with 322 million new air travelers, amid the domestic

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Putin visit to boost Russian tourism in Goa

PANAJI: “We can expect more Russian tourists this time, but economic situation in Russia should improve,” said Travel and Tourism

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Andaman & Nicobar Islands

 Be escorted by dolphins, spot giant tortoise In Andamans one should let oneself go completely, to recharge the body and collect new

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ISRO to launch two satellites in September

BENGALURU: Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) that had braced itself for one satellite launch every month is planning two launches

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Munnar

Breathtaking scenery amid thriving tea plantations Munnar is a haven of peace and harmony. This incredibly beautiful hill town is

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Parsekar firm on Chapora eco-tourism project

PANAJI: Notwithstanding opposition from the locals, Goa Chief Minister Laxmikant Parsekar has announced that proposed Rs 100-crore eco-tourism development project

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Historic sites get visitors thanks to ‘Hamilton’

NEW YORK: Historic sites connected to Alexander Hamilton are getting a lot more visitors than they used to, thanks to

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