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Travel Agency Role and Importance

Role of a Travel Agency (a) Inbound Tourism Most of the travel companies are in private sectors and their main objectives is to earn profit; in spite of this they play a key role in the promotion and development of international tourism. In India about 50 percent the established travel companies handle foreign tourists and […]

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Exploration and Exploitation in India – Advent of Europeans -2

CARNATIC WARS   First carnatic war(1746-1748): The cause of the carnatic wars is the question of succession to the Austrian throne.  French was defeated.  Treaty of Ai la Chapelle signed. Second carnatic war(1749-1756): The main cause of the second carnatic war is the question succession to the throne of Hyderabad. Treaty of Pondicherry signed. Third […]

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The World Tourism Organization (UNWTO)

The World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) is the United Nations agency responsible for the promotion of responsible, sustainable and universally accessible tourism. As the leading international organization in the field of tourism, UNWTO promotes tourism as a driver of economic growth, inclusive development and environmental sustainability and offers leadership and support to the sector in advancing […]

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THE REVOLUTION OF 1911 – Part 3

Economic domination of the West The country was partitioned into so many spheres of influence by the Western powers.  In their respective spheres of influence each of the powers opened mines, constructed railways, etc., and started exploiting the region as if were a colony.  This economic domination of the West resulted in the impoverishment of […]

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THE REVOLUTION OF 1911 Part 2

6. Modern communication system and press The improved means, communication, the extended posts, telegraphs and railways helped the rapid spread of revolutionary ideas throughout the empire.  Added to this was the Chinese vernacular press which now included a number of reformist and revolutionary papers, carrying the new ferment far and wide. 7. Indifference of provincial […]

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