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G20 meets across 59 locations show India’s potential to host excellent conferences: Arvind Singh

Arvind Singh, Secretary Tourism, stated that convention centers in India were previously limited to big cities, but now they are emerging in various major centers across the country. With G20 meetings happening in 59 locations, it shows India’s capability to host excellent conferences, showcasing India’s potential as a M!CE destination.

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India to promote green tourism, open 50 new destinations & launch overseas campaign during G-20: Arvind Singh

Arvind Singh, Secretary, Tourism, has said that during G-20 Presidency, MOT has planned a number of events, engaging not only government stakeholders, but also travel trade and hospitality sector. “We plan to promote green tourism, open 50 new tourism destinations and soon launch a publicity campaign in overseas markets during our presidency,” he informed.

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Arvind Singh to superannuate on 31 May, DG-ASI to take over as Secretary, Tourism on special duty

Arvind Singh, Secretary, Tourism, will be superannuating on 31 May, 2023 and the position will be taken up by V. Vidyavathi, lAS, who is currently serving as Director General, Archaeological Survey of India, Ministry of Culture. She has been appointed as Officer on Special Duty, Ministry of Tourism in the rank. Vidyavathi is an IAS officer of Karnataka Cadre, 1991 batch and joined as DG-ASI in May 2020.

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Adventure tourism can be a positive cause for achieving 2030 sustainable development goals: Arvind Singh

Speaking at the side event of the 2nd TWG meeting in Siliguri, Arvind Singh, Secretary, MOT, said that the event is a great occasion to discuss, ideate possibilities to achieve the SDG’s. “The deliberations reiterate the notion that Adventure tourism can be a positive cause for achieving the 2030 sustainable development goals,” he said.

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‘Next tourism working group meeting to draw roadmap for deliberations on 5 key priorities’: Arvind Singh

Arvind Singh, Secretary, Tourism has said that  based on the discussions at the last G-20 tourism working group meeting,  the members will distill the proceedings and draw the roadmap for further deliberations  on the 5 priorities at the next working group meeting which will be held in April at Siliguri.

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