The travel and tourism industry in India seems to be in a constant state of flux
The month of March witnesses the globe's largest travel and tourism gathering – ITB Berlin
On February 1, 2017, from 11 am to almost 1 pm, the country's Finance Minister (FM) did what he does best.. building hopes and expectations...
It is always inspiring to write the first edit of a new year
After the initial chaos, following the surprise announcement made by PM Narendra Modi to demonetise Rs 500 and Rs 1000 denomination notes, things seem to...
India truly has a unique story to share in its tourism space
A trip to the capital of India seldom lets you down especially when it comes to understanding the meaning of being connected and to be...
Come September, and the travel and tourism industry, especially in India, gets into the convention and conferencing mode
As per our tradition, the Express TravelWorld August issue celebrates the country’s Independence Day and salutes the spirit of national pride by placing in prominence...
India's outbound market has been proving to be a fertile ground for innumerable tourism boards since over a decade
Bollywood, the buoyant and buzzing Hindi film industry is 100 per cent Indian but has undoubtedly made a global impact
Think India and what may probably follow is a list of adjectives to describe its essence
The situation looks rather challenging especially for Indian tour operators working as inbound tourism consultants and experts
It is the Big B, which we all wait for on the last day of February
2016 brought with it a certain momentum especially for those associated with the travel trade primarily as travel agents
When the going gets tough the tough gets going', this phrase fits quite well to those who belong to the travel and tourism fraternity especially...
It is that time of the year when there seems to be a natural feeling of happiness in the air
Come November and Excel London suddenly gains prominence and be it so as travel professionals all over the world arrive primarily into Heathrow to connect,...
Prime Minister Narendra Modi's stand and position on the vitality of the tourism sector was declared loud and clear at the recently held townhall tete-a-tete...
It will not be wrong to say that India runs on steel
When you open the pages of this Independence Day special issue, you will be transported into a setup that celebrates India’s glorious past
Does your hand phone have the chirpy bird on it yet? Is the Big F a part of your every day work updates
If one has to go by the sentiments of travel and hospitality industry professionals, June 1 proved to be an absolute spoiler
The industry seems to be gaining back its momentum after a period of tardiness
2015 surely brought with it action on the tourism circuit. The year opened up to a series of events, both national and international, in the...
This month seems to be truly action packed. From Berlin to Bali, tourism experts seem to be on the roll
Tough times don't last but tough people do' or 'when the going gets tough, the tough get going' are strong statements with profound meaning