However, ‘regional tourists’ from India, Bangladesh and Maldives were not subjected to the SDF and visa fee. Bhutan is now going to introduce SDF and a permit processing fee for the regional tourists as well and a draft policy on the matter may be receive approval by the end of December.
Currently, Bhutan charges every foreign visitor $ 250 per day including $65 ‘Sustainable Development Fee (SDF)’ and $40 visa charge. But ‘Regional Tourists’ from India, Bangladesh and Maldives need not to pay SDF or visa fee. Now Bhutan is going to introduce SDF and a “permit processing fee” for the regional tourists too.
Lonely Planet kept Bhutan at the top most position in its annual publication ‘Best in Travel 2020’ that highlights the top 10 countries, cities, regions and best value destinations among near 200 countries.
Commercial organizations in the Himalayan foothills in West Bengal are reconsolidating with their old demand for favoured industrial policy like adjacent North East Council states.
The initiative is aimed towards deeper penetration into the non metro areas of Bengal that comes under RoWB) circle.
The countrywide stir during peak festive season may cause deep impact on national economy.
BOI came out of RBI's PCA framework in January
Tourism, a major economic pillar of J& K, has stated facing the heat of uncertainty that can generate extra gain for other tourism destinations like Darjeeling or Sikkim in Eastern Himalayan region.
Asking for a change in the whole system, joint forum demanded wage as per Minimum Wage Act. replacing negotiable wage.
Top brasses at Indian state-owned major telecommunications company BSNL are apprehending major service disruption to take place soon due to ongoing movement of contractual workers on demand of pending wage.
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