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‘Showcasing lesser known rajasthani destinations a priority’

'Showcasing lesser known rajasthani destinations a priority'

The tourism landscape in Rajasthan is flourishing and with the launch of new media campaign “Jane Kya Dikh Jaye” many more domestic tourists are visiting Rajasthan to explore the lesser known destinations, says Pradeep Kumar Borar, Special Secretary and Director, Tourism, Government of Rajasthan, in conversation with Elets News Network ...

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Belgian airspace closed as flight data issue clips wings of flights

Belgian airspace closed as flight data issue clips wings of flights

Brussels: Air travellers are facing disruption on Thursday after flight space over Belgium was closed due to a problem with a flight data processing system at Belgium air traffic controller Belgocontrol, Reuters reported. “Due to an exceptional situation air traffic is temporarily suspended. Belgocontrol is looking in to it. We ...

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‘Terrorism Doesn’t Go on Summer Break’: Safety of Top Holiday Spots in Europe

'Terrorism Doesn't Go on Summer Break': Safety of Top Holiday Spots in Europe

It was just last year that the popular Spanish seaside resort of Cambrils came under attack in 2017, mere hours after a man plowed into a crowd in Barcelona, killing 13 people.  : Van Attack in Barcelona Kills 13 People, Similar Attack Attempted in Cambrils Now, allegations have surfaced that British born terrorist Samantha Lewthwaite, also known as the ‘White Widow’, is ...

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Number of migrants detained in Libya doubles says UN agency

Number of migrants detained in Libya doubles says UN agency

Migrant numbers in Libya’s official detention centres have doubled over the last three months after a crackdown on arrivals in Europe, the UN’s migration agency has said. The number of people detained in conditions that leave them susceptible widespread human rights abuses has surged from 5,500 to 9,300, the International ...

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Measles: why it is necessary to eliminate the disease in Europe

Measles: why it is necessary to eliminate the disease in Europe

Several measles outbreaks are ongoing in Europe and until the disease is eradicated worldwide, cross-border transmission between countries is possible and will likely continue to occur. The President of the Italian National Health Institute, Walter Ricciardi, and the Director of PHE, Duncan Selbie, have stressed that measles elimination in Europe ...

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Will hydrogen-powered cars gradually become mainstream in Europe?

Will hydrogen-powered cars gradually become mainstream in Europe?

The role of fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs) in the transition to a clean, low-carbon energy system is increasingly recognised worldwide. Yet, their mass roll-out is still years away. This is not surprising because high costs, efficiency issues and the limited number of hydrogen refuelling stations (HRSs) affect the business ...

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