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Lakshadweep administration imposes travel restrictions to the mainland in view of rising COVID cases in Kerala

The Lakshadweep administration has imposed curbs on the movement of people traveling to the mainland from the islands in view of the COVID-19 situation prevailing in neighboring states, especially Kerala. “Considering the circumstances, local residents of Lakshadweep islands are hereby advised to avoid all unnecessary …

Indian government working to make international travel easy: S Jaishankar

Given the current COVID situation, the Indian government is working on making overseas travel easy for Indians. India’s External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar said that it is his top priority to make travel convenient for Indians with fewer restrictions in place. The Minister also said …

Over 50 lakh domestic air passengers in July, 61% higher than June: DGCA

Around 50.07 lakh domestic passengers travelled by air in July, 61 per cent higher than the 31.13 lakh who travelled in June, the country’s aviation regulator said on Friday. According to the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA), 21.15 lakh people and 57.25 lakh had …