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Goa to launch new travel booking portal Rohit Kaul, New Delhi, February 1, 2016
THE Goa Tourism Development Corporation (GTDC) will soon be launching a multi-lingual e-portal for travellers to book tourism products found within India. Travel agents will also be able to list their offerings on the site.
 

Indian agents welcome joint bank guarantee scheme Rohit Kaul, New Delhi, January 15, 2016
IATA's Passenger Agency Conference has approved the return of the joint bank guarantee (JBG) scheme for accredited Indian agencies, effective since January 1. The scheme was discontinued in 2013.
 

Kuoni India brand to be abandoned Rohit Kaul, New Delhi, January 11, 2016
FAIRFAX Financial Holdings, which owns Thomas Cook India, will discontinue the Kuoni brand name in India in the coming months.
 

Carlson Rezidor expands India portfolio Delhi, December 15, 2015
CARLSON Rezidor Hotel Group is expanding its India foothold with seven new properties under the Radisson Blu, Radisson and Country Inns & Suites by CarlsonSM brands.
 

VFS' new centre to boost India outbound Rohit Kaul, New Delhi, December 8, 2015
VFS Global opened its largest visa application centre in Asia in New Delhi last week, equipped to process 12,000 visa applications per day for 31 countries including Japan, Australia, Austria, Belgium and the UK.
 

Beyond Travel unveils India-Thailand road trip Bangalore, December 3, 2015
INDIA-BASED Beyond Travel is inaugurating a road trip package which brings travellers from India to Bangkok via Myanmar.
 

Chinese and Indian corporates rule Asian corporate travel Singapore, November 27, 2015
RESEARCH by East & Partners Asia (E&P Asia) shows a consistent increase in China and Indian corporates' travel budgets but static spending in the mature markets of Singapore and Hong Kong.
 

China and India's common tourism goal S Puvaneswary, reporting from China International Travel Mart, Kunming, November 16, 2015
BILATERAL efforts to build stronger partnerships and tourism development between Asia's two largest countries were unveiled during the China-India Tourism Forum yesterday, with 2015 and 2016 having been designated Visit India Year and Visit China Year in China and India respectively.
 

More Indians are travelling to Munich, staying longer Munich, November 13, 2015
MUNICH has seen a 22.4 per cent growth in Indian arrivals and an increase in average length of stay to 3.8 days by this segment, in the first five months of 2015, over the same period in 2014.
 

Taiwan offers simplified visa procedures to five key markets Prudence Lui, reporting from Taipei International Travel Fair, November 9, 2015
TAIWAN has relaxed visa regulations and waived visa fees for high-end tour groups hailing from its five new source markets, Thailand, Indonesia, Vietnam, Philippines and India, in hopes of enouraging arrival growth.