Wednesday, October 18, 2006

Indian travel entrepreneur bags award

Kathmandu: A travel agency run by an Indian entrepreneur was today given Nepal Tourism Board's award for earning highest foreign exchange.
Nepal's Culture and Civil Aviation Minister Pradeep Gyawali presented the award to Jyoti Lal Khanna, Managing Director of Yeti Travels at a function here for its outstanding performance.
Awards were also given to best hotel, best trekking agency, best airlines and travel writers who contributed for growth of tourism in Nepal.
On an average Nepal receives 740 tourists by air and 200 of them are Indians, according to data released by the NTB.
17/10/06 PTI/The Hindu

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