Indian travellers becoming more spontaneous: Study
22 Feb 2017
Prefer going solo while travelling? Think again
21 Feb 2017
Tribal tales of exotica
18 Feb 2017
French kiss in Paris
11 Feb 2017
In the dusty bustling little market town of Nawalgarh, I am vowed by the vividly colourful frescoes casually popping up on the walls of havelis.
The Green Planet in Dubai transports visitors to the world’s oldest ecosystem
04 Feb 2017
Scientists have confirmed the existence of a "lost continent" under the Indian Ocean island of Mauritius that was left-over by the break-up…
01 Feb 2017
Lakshman Sagar in Raipur, Rajasthan, is like a mystery book, tucked away in oblivion, only to be found, read and rejoiced in, where dreams and possibilities merge
28 Jan 2017
Within the confines of a Ladakhi folk house on the slope of the Murtsey colony outside Leh lie the formidable outdoors.
21 Jan 2017
The ancient Masada plateau citadel in Israel is a constant presence in the Jewish consciousness and a symbol of their downfall.
The real escapade begins where stereotypical depiction from a Hindi film ends
14 Jan 2017
Vembanad lake’s canals snake into Kerala’s dust-free boondocks abuzz with markets, boats and toddy
07 Jan 2017
It is a tranquil environment: a rolling green lawn, leafy trees, the buzz of bees and the occasional cawing of a crow.
24 Dec 2016
Although Shillong seems like another noisy town, it needs a scratch under the surface to see its innate beauty.
With its bazaars, Turkish baths, tunnels and architecture, the World Heritage Site of Akko offers a glimpse into Israel’s medieval kingdom.
17 Dec 2016
The Indonesian government is now developing 10 new tour destinations across the nation, dubbed as New Bali, which is expected to compare with Bali in terms of attracting tourists.
Nan Lian Garden’s elegance and serenity is a contrast to its celebrated skyline, fashion streets and swanky malls
10 Dec 2016
Here is a few tips to offer on how to travel hassle-free.
27 Nov 2016
Cycling, hiking, angling, local sight-seeing, heritage walk and night trekking makes Assam's picturesque hill station Haflong worth the trip.
Burbling rivers, faint rustling of leaves, the humming of a water mill and whistling wind in Uttarakhand’s Darma Valley sing a song of nature.
26 Nov 2016
Scientists surveying the plants in Laos say extensive mapping and proper inventorying of the species in India is the need of the hour to save them.
21 Nov 2016
Hampi in Karnataka is not only about temple ruins but also about the splendid rocks in its backyard.
19 Nov 2016
27-year-old Cassandra De Pecol on her way to make history is bound to make you envious.
17 Nov 2016
It’s rare that an Indonesian can’t sing, and though karaoke bars here have a social stigma attached to them, they serve a great social function in the island nation
12 Nov 2016
About 9,000 people live in Bora Bora, which is an island set in a lagoon.
Malaysia warns N Korea to aid in investigation
30 pregnant minors missing from shelter home post delivery, claims CID
DMK objects to Jaya's portraits in government offices
American Centre attack suspect arrested in Gaya
CPI lawyers take on CPM-led government
Pulsar Suni remanded to 10-day police custody
School bus turns over in UP, children rescued by BSF
Afghan official: IS militants kill 11 in mosque ambush
30 pregnant minors missing from alleged trafficker Chandana Chakraborty’s shelter home post delivery, claims CID
Sena candidate who lost in 'lottery' says court can do justice
French President Hollande asks Trump not to disparage Paris
Malaysia to check airport for possible traces of toxic chemical
10-nation ECO summit to focus on connectivity: Sartaj Aziz
Samsung heir grilled again in ongoing corruption scandal
Loss against Australia a big learning for me, says Virat Kohli
Second-seeded Thiem reaches semifinals of clay-court Rio Open