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The data refers to nationality-wise (North America, Central and South America, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, Africa, West Asia, South Asia, etc.) listing of the number of foreign tourists to India from 2001 to 2010.
This is cool. It can be put on other travel portals.
Ministry of Tourism has voluntary scheme for Classifying/ Re-classifying Hotels under various categories at project level. The aims and objectives of this scheme is to provide world class standard services to the tourists.
Ministry of Tourism has a scheme of approving the service providers of Travel Trade. The aims and objectives of this scheme are to encourage quality, standard and service in these categories. This is a voluntary scheme open to all bonafide agencies to bring them under organized sector.
Non-lapsable Central Pool of Resources scheme is to ensure speedy development of infrastructure in the North Eastern Region by increasing the flow of budgetary financing for new infrastructure projects/schemes in the Region. Both physical and social infrastructure sectors such as Irrigation and Flood Control, Power, Roads and Bridges, Education, Health, Water Supply and Sanitation - are considered for providing support under the Central Pool, with projects in physical infrastructure sector receiving priority.
Foreign tourist arrivals refer to the number of arrivals of tourists/visitors. An individual who makes multiple trips to the country is counted each time as a new arrival. Foreign Exchange Earnings from tourism are the receipts of the country as a result of consumption expenditure, i.e. payments made for goods and services acquired, by foreign visitors in the economy out of the foreign currency brought by them. The number of Domestic Tourist Visits to different States and Union Territories (UTs) are being compiled based on the information received from them.
Domestic tourism in a country has both economic and social importance. In order to understand the various aspects of domestic tourism and its contribution to the economy, the NSSO conducted a survey during its 65th round (July 2008-June 2009).The survey was designed to collect detailed information on 'domestic tourism' in India through a household survey to provide a comprehensive assessment of household characteristics, visitor characteristics, trip characteristics and expenditure characteristics.
Can you publish the hospitality database, i.e., hotels, restaurants and attractions in India?

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