Aussie man in intensive care after mob beating in India
Local police are trying to establish whether the 35-year-old Melbournite was “misbehaving” as locals have alleged.
Young man snagged at Indian airport after impersonating 81-year-old to enter US
In all honesty, Travel Weekly thinks this man’s disguise was pretty convincing.
Essential India: A&K’s latest chapter in the Golden Triangle
For a cultural, culinary and spiritual journey with a luxury travel expert, Abercrombie & Kent’s new ‘Essential India’ itinerary is a streamlined, private experience of the country’s famed Golden Triangle.
Hotel owner charged after seven die cleaning septic tank
The tragic event comes as campaign groups call for a crackdown on ‘manual scavengers’ who often die clearing septic tanks across India.
How to sell a low-cost, flexible tour of India to solo travellers
Solo travel doesn’t have to mean self-booked. Here’s a great way for agents to book a safe, flexible and affordable tour of India for solo travellers.
Amazon has another crack at travel with launch of flight bookings
Well, well, well. It appears another tech giant is putting their finger the travel pie. Cue the fear.
What you didn’t know about the most diverse country in the world
by Harriet Morris
To be fair, what we don’t know could fill several libraries. But here’s what you may have missed about the country that was just crowned as the world’s most diverse.
Traveller busted smuggling human embryo into India
by Christian Fleetwood
A man has been busted for smuggling a human embryo into India… and he claims this isn’t the first time.
Holi: Hindu festival of colour’s springtime celebrations are underway around the world
by Christian Fleetwood
Happy Holi everyone! Here’s a rundown of how to make the most of the holi-day. Sorry, we can’t resist a good pun.
Wendy Wu offers travellers opportunity to take part in Indian Wedding
Bollywood fans rejoice! Now’s your chance to strap on your dancing shoes and take part in the pinnacle of Indian cultural experiences.
Tourists unaccounted for as hotel fire kills least 17 people
The safety standards of budget accommodation providers in India have been called into question after a hotel fire killed at least 17 people in the country’s capital.
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