India has approved a wide-ranging policy to create international and regional aviation hubs to encourage the development of local airlines and airports. With the policy, an inter-ministerial committee will be established to suggest measures to “remove bottlenecks to the coordination and promotion of the tourism sector, like issuing visas on arrival, currency exchange rules, immigration, and security checks,” says government Information and Broadcasting Minister Manish Tewari. The ...


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