Tourism

Tourism is travel for pleasure or business; also the theory and practice of touring, the business of attracting, accommodating, and entertaining tourists, and the business of operating tours. The World Tourism Organization defines tourism more generally, in terms which go "beyond the common perception of tourism as being limited to holiday activity only", as people "traveling to and staying in places outside their usual environment for not more than one consecutive year for leisure and not less than 24 hours, business and other purposes". Tourism can be domestic (within the traveller's own country) or international, and international tourism has both …

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1953 English

NOTE : —Passengers may undertake any one of the Four tours by starting the journey from any station on the Southern Railway situated on the route of the tour but …

exhibits is that such exhibits greatly stimulate tourism. The Indian as well as the foreign tourist wants


Eastern Economist, Ltd. · 1953 English

Another apparently insignificant but really impotant development in recent months has been the growth of the idea that the Corporation.which was announced simultaneously with communique on the conclusion of the …

Coal Mines Pro- vident Fund; Progress of Tourism; 205 Salt-emphasis on Quality; Exports of Yarn


Information Service of India · 1953 English

The year 1953 will be mainly noted as the year which saw the positive results of the Five Year Plan — a notable improvement in the food situation greater industrial …

PLAN 53 THE FILM INDUSTRY 139 SOCIAL WELFARE 63 TOURISM 143 GANDHIAN PHILOSOPHY AND LABOUR WELFARE SCHEMES


Eastern Economist, Ltd. · 1953 English

No method has yet been found for the wise delegation of the Prime Mjnister's responsibilities; and yet the opportunities for such delegation should be large: For example he should be …

Establishment of special conventions to stimulate tourism. (8) Setting up special schedules and conse- quential


Manager of Publications · 1953 English

The purposes are to construct and maintain projects and facilities rquired for the conservation of the forests and the protection of the watersheds in the Eastern Rockies Area from undue …

publicity in the Mainland, and this continues. The Tourism programme was initiated with the completion of (vii) Industrial and Engineering Research (viii) Tourism Promotion. PRIDCO and the Puerto Rican Transportation


Eastern Economist, Ltd. · 1953 English

THE EASTERN ECONOMIST 315 The Private Member LAST Friday was the second-day on which the last twu-and-a-halhours of the sitting of the House of the People was set apart for …

motorcycles. This year's extra- ordinary amount of tourism by Germans, travelling noticeably in all Europe


Eastern Economist, Ltd. · 1953 English

The most significant gain of the Coference of the Consultative Committee of the Colombo Plan is the value added by this highly qualified advice to the raw material of many …

First Centenary'; Mr. S. C.hakr:+- varty, on 'Tourism in India'. The total effect is apt to be staggering


Eastern Economist, Ltd. · 1952 English

This will be the distinctive feature of today's Presidential Eletion on. the system of weighted vote by the electoral college consisting of members of both House of Parliment and the …

expenditure' is to come from the invisible items—tourism, shipping freight and government expenditure abroad


Kasturi & Sons Ltd. · 1952 English

They carry the nation's food from the surplus to the deficit areas and from the ports to the interior they transport raw materials and fuel from their sources to the …


1952 English

Speech delivered by His Excellency at the opening ceremony of the preview of the Exhibition to be sent to the U. S. A. under the joint auspices of the Academy …

Every country has come to realise the value of tourism not only as a very import- ant source of foreign a sound basis, it must not be forgotten that tourism has vast possibilities in India with her picturesque fraught with constant threats of devastating war, tourism offers a great opportunity of friendly inter- course


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