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Earlier it was red tape, now tourists get red carpet welcome in India: Vice President Venkaiah Naidu at National Tourism Awards

PTI | New Delhi | Updated: 27-09-2019 11:32 IST | Created: 27-09-2019 11:30 IST
Earlier it was red tape, now tourists get red carpet welcome in India: Vice President Venkaiah Naidu at National Tourism Awards
Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu (File Photo) Image Credit: ANI

Earlier it was red tape, now tourists get red carpet welcome in India: Vice President Venkaiah Naidu at National Tourism Awards.


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