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Tourism ministry focusing on wooing millenials: KJ Alphons

The ministry is now planning to launch advertisements on Ayurveda and Kaziranga on the lines of the “Yogi of the Racetrack,” which will be translated “into all global languages.”

Haat of the Matter

The INA Dilli Haat, one of Delhi’s popular public spaces that revered handmade crafts for over two decades, has become a traders’ hub.

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Hands of India

Dastkar Design Fair promises to tickle the aesthetic taste buds of craft lovers with an elegantly curated exhibition

Coming soon: ‘Noida in a nutshell’ experience for tourists

The project has been officially approved, but there is no timeline yet as to when the circuit will become operational.

Budget hotels to come up at DTC depots

DTC has initially identified bus depots at Vasant Vihar,Sarojini Nagar,Sriniwaspuri,Kalkaji,Nehru Place and Raja Garden.

In the pipeline,a wellness centre for alternative medicine

A wellness centre will soon be built in the heart of the city.

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Around Town : Suicide bid in front of South Block

A 29-year-old woman fell unconscious in front of Gate no 2 of South Block on Tuesday evening,after allegedly consuming poison.

Canoeing for medals,J&K girls dream of govt jobs

Most of the participants played the game of canoe polo for the first time during the national championship held at a rather unusual venue.

Airport Metro to have tourism kiosks at two stations

Tourists who take the high-speed Airport Express Metro will now have easy access to information about tourist attractions in the Capital with the Delhi Tourism setting up kiosks at the New Delhi and the Shivaji Stadium Metro stations.

Not partying at home,women hop onto HoHo buses instead

Delhi women are now holding their kitty parties on Delhi Tourism’s Hop On Hop Off (HoHo) buses.

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Delhi's lost scenic beauty comes to life: Sunder Nursery debuts as heritage park

Delhi is blessed with several historically significant sites and monuments. Adding to the list is the 90-acre Sunder Nursery in Nizamuddin area which has been renovated into a new heritage park and gifted to the city.

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