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Kaziranga’s Gabbar dead

A male elephant named Gabbar, who worked in the Kaziranga National Park in Assam in north-east India, ferrying tourists, died today following a prolonged illness, Park officials said. The 50-year old elephant, named after the villain ‘Gabbar Singh’ of mid seventies Bollywood film ‘Sholay’, was injured following a fight with a buffalo in the Park […]

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A space shutle for tourists!

Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex in Florida has now opened the doors to the world’s most comprehensive and interactive attraction devoted to NASA’s 30-year Space Shuttle Program – Space Shuttle Atlantis. Of the three space-flown orbiters distributed by NASA to science centers and museums throughout the country, only Atlantis is the focal point of a […]

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Magnificent Maldives

A sea plane ride over Maldivian sea can be one of the most cherished travel moments for any travel enthusiast. For me it certainly was. Watching coral islands, different hues of ocean and ever-spreading resorts, hovering in the sky as if sitting on a birds wings- is an experience certainly not to be missed.

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eat BRUSSELS

Over 4 days, from 12 to 15 September, more than 30 restaurateurs from the 19 municipalities of the Brussels Capital Region as well as various Brussels Capital Region partner regions come together in the Bois de la Chambre/Ter Kamerenbos park during eat! BRUSSELS to share their knowhow and passion for delicious products with connoisseurs and […]

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Authentic Countryside

Ever fancied a short break or a longer holiday in a hideaway tucked away in a beautiful part of Mid Wales that has no electricity and relies on gas for cooking and water heating. Lighting in Straw Cottage is provided by candles and lanterns, rechargeable gaslights and a solar light. Not all mod cons are […]

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Sea of Surprises at SeaWorld

SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment announces a multi-park celebration to commemorate a key event in the company’s history. The original SeaWorld® park opened its gates for the first time in March 1964 on Mission Bay in San Diego. SeaWorld’s 50th Celebration will feature a Sea of Surprises starting March 21, 2014. SeaWorld parks in San Diego, […]

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Bodh Gaya Temple reopens after blasts

Mahabodhi temple at Bodh Gaya in Bihar province of India, reopened Monday evening. This world famous UNESCO heritage site was rocked by series of explosions on Sunday early morning, which left three people injured. Visitors were allowed in the temple after thorough search by security agencies. Thousands of people thronged the temple immediately after the […]

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Never a dull morning in the Dal

Dal Lake is the heartbeat of Srinagar in Kashmir. It’s enjoying a full house this season. Dal isubbling life centre of all tourists activities in Srinagar. All the Mughal gardens are located around the lake. Dal has hundreds of tourists houseboats, more than that shikaras to take tourists on a ride on the lake, and a […]

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Cruisefly for Royal Caribbean Cruises

Royal Caribbean Cruises has recently launched the CruiseFly facility, offered by Marina Bay Cruise Centre Singapore, on its cruises disembarking at Singapore. CruiseFly is the region’s first sea-to-air baggage transfer service that allows guests an early check-in for flights departing within the same day of the ship’s arrival into Singapore. This is an exemplary service […]

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1.1 Lakh evacuated from Uttarakhand

Seventeen days after the Uttarakhand disaster, the mammoth multi-agency rescue operations to evacuate all stranded pilgrims and tourists concluded on Tuesday, 2nd July 2013 with a group of 150 people being taken to safety from Badrinath. In all, around 1.1 lakh people stranded by flash floods and landslides after monsoon rains pounded the hill state […]

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