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Foreign Tourist Arrivals also goes up by 7.9% during the Month

Foreign Exchange Earnings (FEEs) from tourism in Rupees terms in July, 2013 rose by Rs.531 crore in comparison to July, 2012.  Foreign Tourist Arrivals (FTAs) in July, 2013 was 5.24 lakh which was 4.86 lakh in July 2012 with a growth of 7.9%. The following are some important highlights regarding FTAs and FEEs from tourism during the month of July, 2013:  Foreign… Read More

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Forex Earnings from Tourism Rise

Foreign Exchange Earnings from Tourism Increases by Rs. 551 Crore in June 2013 Foreign Tourist Arrivals also Goes up by 2.5% During the Month Foreign Exchange Earnings (FEEs) from tourism in Rupee terms in June, 2013 rose by  Rs. 551 Crore in comparison to June, 2012. Foreign Tourist Arrivals ( FTAs) in June, 2013 was 4.44 lakh… Read More

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Forex Earnings from Tourism increases

Foreign Exchange Earnings from Tourism Increases by More than Nine Percent in May 2013  Foreign Tourist Arrivals also Goes up by Three Percent During the Month Foreign Exchange Earnings ( FEEs) from tourism increased by more than nine percent in May 2013 over May 2012.Foreign Tourist Arrivals ( FTAs) also went up by more than 3.2… Read More

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Forex Earnings from Tourism increases by more than 7%

The Foreign Exchange Earnings (FEEs) from tourism in Rupee terms in April, 2013 rose by seven percent in comparison to April 2012.The Foreign Tourist Arrivals ( FTAs) in April 2013 was 4.52 lakh which was the same in April 2012. However, FTAs during the period January-April 2013 were 24.80 lakh with a growth of 1.9%, as compared to the FTAs… Read More

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Changing Role of Government in Tourism Sector from Regulator to Catalyst

The role of Government in tourism development has been redefined from that of a regulator to that of a catalyst. Apart from marketing and promotion, the focus of tourism development plans is now on integrated development of enabling infrastructure through effective partnership with various stake holders. As per the working strategy for the 12th five… Read More

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