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Authorities fail to control homebound passengers, allow ferries to operate

More emphasis on transportation, health and education in the new fiscal year

38 die with Covid-19 within 24 hours

Crowded Eid procession equals suicide: Health Minister

Sheikh Hasina prays for India as Covid situation worsens

Maldives to present singing competition 'Maldives Idol'

Male, Sept 1 : American Idol became one of the biggest singing competition in the United States over the years, with millions following, loving it and talking about it every year. When the new season begins in January of 2016, it will mark the 15th and final year of this iconic program. But, Idol fans have something to look forward to as a new Idol show will make its debut that same year.

International investors gather in Sydney for HotelsWorld 2015

Sydney, Aug 13: Approximately 400 hotel investors, owners and operators gathered at HotelsWorld in Sydney recently, an annual conference held over three days covering a range of topics from travel trends to investment.

Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo production to commences

Edinburgh, Aug 8 (NITN): The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo is quite simply one of the greatest shows on earth.

Australia pops-up at Chengdu Airport in Western China

Sydney, July 29: Tourism Australia and Sichuan Airlines have launched a pop-up-shop showcasing iconic Australian images and the products of Sichuan Airlines in the Terminal 1 departure hall of Chengdu International Airport in Western China.

Maldives wins Best Beach Destination at World Travel Awards

Male, July 21: Maldives has won the award for the 'Best Beach Destination' at the World Travel Awards, Africa and Indian Ocean Gala Ceremony 2015.

Bollywood love story to draw special attraction in Edinburgh Mela 2015

Edinburgh, July 20: Scotland's annual fiesta-the Edinburgh Mela-has announced its 2015 programme, running on August 29 and 30, with a very special project called 'A Bollywood Love Story' to add to the attraction of the revellers.

International tourist arrivals up 4% worldwide in first four months of 2015

Washington, July 14 : International tourism demand continued to be robust between January and April 2015 with tourist arrivals increasing 4% worldwide according to the latest UNWTO World Tourism Barometer.

Tourism Australia deepens China partnerships

Sydney, July 8: Tourism Australia recently signed three important strategic marketing deals in China aimed at promoting Australia to high yielding travellers and business events professionals in an overseas tourism market now valued at $5.7 billion annually.

Taiwan's off-shore islands offer unique scenery and culture

Penghu, Taiwan, July 3: Being blessed with with nature's bounty-clear waters, blue skies and billions of shimmering stars-Taiwan has much to offer to the visitors especially with it offshore islands.

Step into Wonderland with Mad Hatters Tea at The Athenaeum Hotel & Apartments

London, June 19: Since it was first published in 1865, the story of Alice in Wonderland has captivated audiences across the globe and remains a classic tale that still enchants audiences today.

Yas Island offers hot deals for a cool summer

Abu Dhabi, June 16: In an attempt to make summer holidays (from June to September) even more sizzling, Yas Island offers several hot deals for families and kids with experiences tailored just for them.

JetPrivilege teams up with Vietnam Airlines for frequent flier partnership

Mumbai June 15 : JetPrivilege, the frequent flyer programme of Jet Airways, has entered into a reciprocal frequent flyer partnership with Vietnam Airlines.

Rail Canada offers hassle free, comfortable travel option

Ottawa, June 12: Traverse through Canada with the most hassle free and comfortable travel option-via Rail Canada.

Poland to celebrate Feast of Corpus Christi adorned with flowers

Warsaw, June 5 : The Feast of Corpus Christi always falls on a Thursday 04.06.2015, sixty days after Easter. In Europe, this tradition dates back to the mid-thirteenth century. In Poland, Corpus Christi is celebrated in a particularly ceremonious setting.

Australia records highest arrivals growth in 10 years

Sydney, May 27: The latest international arrivals data for the year ending December 2014 released on Friday by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) reveal a 7.6 per cent rise in short-term visitors to Australia to 6.9 million – the highest visitor arrivals growth the country has seen in a decade.