#saveTourism rally in Delhi on Wrold Tourism Day

“Tourism needs immediate government intervention” –Shiv Raj Singh

While most shared memories of their trips on World Tourism Day (September 27), the people who are the backbone of the industry held a peaceful car rally in Delhi to #SaveTourism. The impact of COVID-19 has been felt deeply and most in this industry as travel is at a standstill. Around 300 tour operators and agents participated in this rally. An industry veteran, Shiv Raj … Continue reading “Tourism needs immediate government intervention” –Shiv Raj Singh

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5 Ways Paytm App Makes Your Travel Easy

The answer to every problem is a smartphone! So when you are on the move and want things to be done in a jiffy, a good app can sort out all the issues. Paytm offers multiple cashback offers and facilitates money transfers. So when you are travelling, you don’t need to carry cash with you all the time and there is a solution for practically … Continue reading 5 Ways Paytm App Makes Your Travel Easy

restoration of Cheonggyecheon in 2005

India-Korea relations: A new model for Asia

May 18, 2015 was when the Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi visited South Korea and here are my three articles which were published in The Times of India supplement on that day. Breathing life into the congested city of Seoul was a dream which became a reality with the restoration of Cheonggyecheon in 2005 words: Ambica Gulati Once I had taken photographs of myself near … Continue reading India-Korea relations: A new model for Asia

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India-Korea relations: Indian connection

May 18, 2015 was when the Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi visited South Korea and here are my three articles which were published in The Times of India supplement on that day. A divine dream united two souls and two nations. The Karak clan was born when Indian Princess Suri Ratna sailed in a ship from Ayodhya to marry Korean king Kim Suro. words: … Continue reading India-Korea relations: Indian connection

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India Korea relations: The tree that ties

May 18, 2015 was when the Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi visited South Korea and here are my three articles which were published in The Times of India supplement on that day. Cultural and economic ties to strengthen just as the Bodhi tree keeps growing in South Korea words: Ambica Gulati The roots of peace and harmony lie deep within the souls of nations. And these … Continue reading India Korea relations: The tree that ties