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A Minister in a Hurry ?
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A Minister in a Hurry ?

Our Minister wants to implement his vision both on Tourism and Sericulture but who is going to implement his vision? The same tired lot of government servants who do not have any new ideas or vision !   First and foremost, the Minister should form a Core Team of officials, starting from a dynamic Secretary (Tourism). The…

Tent Tourism
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Tent Tourism

Hundreds of illuminated tents to be pitched in front of Lalitha Mahal Palace this Dasara, says Tourism Minister Mysuru: The Heritage City of Mysuru will soon be counted among the most sought-after places for ‘Tent Tourism’ in India as the State Government has plans to develop such tourism in Mysuru in front of the iconic…

Push for tourism?
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Push for tourism?

By N.K.A. Ballal, Retd. Sr. Vice-President, ITDC The tourism industry has something to cheer for in this year’s budget.  Our Finance Minister Arun Jaitley, in his budget speech, made a mention on the subject of tourism, a very significant step indeed. Presenting the budget- 2018, Jaitley said “India is blessed with abundance of tourist attractions,…

Department washes its hands off Tonga Tourism
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Department washes its hands off Tonga Tourism

Mysuru: At a time when almost every tourist attraction in Mysuru is being fully utilised to attract hordes of visitors for Dasara to project the city as a place with a host of tourist activities, the Tourism Department has washed its hands off the historic Tongas and Sarots, an integral part of Mysuru tourism industry….

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