Unveiling its new brand logo, HAI underwent a facelift to give its website a completely new look by emphasizing more on customized travel solutions for India. The website is all set to focus on sustainability with user-friendly searching, tagging and navigation. The new site hints at having a diversified range
of travel booking and package offers.

Aimed to provide a virtual tour of India to all its visitors, HAI is touted to make travelling in India more affordable and accessible at the click of a mouse. The portal plans to offer an interactive
platform for all types of travelers and backpackers clubbed with a plethora
of travel guides, images and reviews…
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Gulmarg

Kingfisher Airlines- Still the King of good times?

Kingfisher Vijay Mallya's hurried statement to the press and the bailout request to the Government was a clear indicator to the banks to flexi their working capital arrangements. Mallya's rant that the fuel costs were over 50% of their airlines cost, justified his move at the cancellation of many Kingfisher flights and its closure of Kingfisher Red. Many opine that the Government is also mea culpa to the whole issue as it has a flawed aviation policy that does no one any good. Isn't it time for the Government to invite foreign direct investment, upgrade or privatize the Indian airports so that the already tattered Indian pride breathes a sigh of relief?

J&K Tourism- A mere appetizer or a full meal?

With the Ministry of Home Affairs sanctioning mere Rs.40 crore to J&K for the development of tourist spots, can this be a sign of good times for the tourism industry? Clubbed under the PM's reconstruction plan for J&K - a resort to be developed in Gulmarg, Sonmarg Bowl to be given a facelift, Kargil to be promoted as a tourist destination and a lake circuit to be developed in Leh to attract and revive the sagging tourist industry of J&K. Can other States too expect peanut-goodies from the Ministry or is the Centre merely playing its appeasement card?

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