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Karnataka plans Tourism Trade Act 9.6.2012 Business Standard: Today
In an attempt to woo investors and speed up investment processes in the tourism sector the state government is planning to come out with a Tourism Trade Act.
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Karnataka showcases tourism at GIM 8.6.2012 deccanherald.com
Karnataka, trying to hard sell its tourism sector globally, did some aggressive marketing of its heritage sites, coastal lines, religious places and wildlife spots to the prospective investors at the second edition of the Global Investors Meet on Friday. The State government inked agreements promising private investment of about Rs 35,000 crore. Karnataka, in terms of tourist inflow, occupies fourth position in the country, while Andhra Pradesh stands first. In 2010, Karnataka witnessed 3.85 crore tourist footfall, while it went up to 8.46 crore in 2011 due to aggressive marketing of tourism sector. The aim is to reach 10 crore by in the next couple of years. If the promises made at the GIM over the last two days stands true, seaplane service, an international golf course in Mangalore, an ayurvedic health resort in Hampi and more will come up. Maritime Energy Heli Air Service of Mumbai signed an MoU with the State tourism department to invest Rs 96.50 crore to introduce seaplane facility. ...
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In Brief 8.6.2012 Deccan Herald - Supplements
In Brief
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Companies assure big deals as Karnataka looks beyond Bangalore for growth 8.6.2012 HT: Corporate
Companies assure big deals as Karnataka looks beyond Bangalore for growth
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Karnataka looks beyond Bangalore to promote tourism 8.6.2012 New Kerala: Karnataka
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Karnataka expects Rs 35,000 cr investment in tourism sector 8.6.2012 HBL: Industry & Economy
The Karnataka government expects investment of over Rs 35,000 crore in the tourism sector through the Global Investors' Meet 2012. Addressing a session on tourism, Ms Latha Krishna Rao,...
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Living on lime green 8.6.2012 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Living on lime green
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Karnataka looks beyond Bangalore to promote tourism 8.6.2012 deccanherald.com
Karnataka looks beyond Bangalore to promote tourism
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Tourism sector attracts Rs 35,000 cr investment at GIM 8.6.2012 Top Headlines
Tourism sector has attracted Rs 35,000 crore investment in the ongoing Global Investors Meet in Karnataka.
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Tourism sector attracts Rs 35,000 cr investment at GIM 8.6.2012 deccanherald.com
Tourism sector attracts Rs 35,000 cr investment at GIM
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Appachu qualifies for Jumping Finals 7.6.2012 deccanherald.com
Appachu qualifies for Jumping Finals
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Bid it, buy it and don’t look at quick returns 7.6.2012 DNA: Top News
Walk in to an auction house with a free mindset and auctioning will be lot more than an just bidding says Ankush Dadha, director of Bid & Hammer, who spoke to DNA about their upcoming auction.
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Living on lime green 7.6.2012 Hindu: Home
Designer Anuradha Ramam believes the world needs vivacity, and more weavers
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‘Govt should support startups with loan guarantees’ 7.6.2012 TOI: All Headlines
‘Govt should support startups with loan guarantees’
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Testing time for schools as textbooks fail to arrive 7.6.2012 deccanherald.com
Testing time for schools as textbooks fail to arrive
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Blood test to predict post-surgery death risk 7.6.2012 Telegraph: Nation
New Delhi, June 6: A simple blood test may predict the risk of death from unexpected heart attacks after non-cardiac surgery and allow doctors to initiate appropriate precautions for patients at risk, a new study has suggested.
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Satyamev Jayate: Doctor hits out at Aamir Khan 6.6.2012 CNN-IBN Top Stories
A still from Satyamev Jayate of Pankaj RaiNephrologist R Sreedhara, accused in a case of medical negligence that was highlighted on Satyamev Jayate, said Aamir Khan failed to get his side of the story.
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'Foreign body can't dictate on heritage tag' 6.6.2012 deccanherald.com
With the decision by the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) to "defer" the recognition of 39 sites in the Western Ghats as world heritage area, the Ministry of Environment and Forests has suffered another setback. The Ministry of Environment and Forests (MoEF), which has actively pursued world heritage site status for the Western Ghats, is deeply disappointed with the decision and seems particularly offended by IUCN remarks that the sites were still unprepared for official consideration this time. According to officials, IUCN also recommended that India invite an IUCN advisory mission to implement steps to better support local State conservation organisations in a "collaborative and constructive manner." In addition, the IUCN also recommended that India establish an "overarching management authority" to manage the 39 sites. This is the second year in which the Ghats have failed to be accepted as heritage sites. Despite being denied recognition in 2011, the Indian ...
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Karnataka Biodiversity Board 5.6.2012 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Karnataka Biodiversity Board
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Dams, power plants huge threat to Western Ghats 5.6.2012 Asian Age: Bengaluru
We may be looking at climate change and all the resulting hardships, but Bengaluru continues to lose its trees to subways and signal-free corridors while the authorities show little concern for the damage they are doing to its environment. For a while there was hope as the eighties saw widespread chanting of the mantra of sustainable development, but the change , if any, has only been for the worse as natural resources continue to be plundered everywhere in total disregard for green concerns. Karnataka which translated sustainable development to mean allowing mini hydel projects to come up in the core areas of the Western Ghats, is today paying the price in more ways than one. Worse, at least six major projects including dams, roads and power plants are threatening the sanctity of the ghats which will fortunately soon be declared a World Heritage Site by the United Nations, giving conservationists hope that this will take the pressure of them and protect the rivers they are home to. But there is ...
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