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Madhya Pradesh Tourism once again bags 10 national awards

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Bhopal: Madhya Pradesh has bagged 10 national awards in tourism sector for two years in a row. In the national awards announced in New Delhi by the Ministry of Tourism, Government of India, Madhya Pradesh has bagged 10 awards in the tourism sector. The state has retained its Hall of Fame national award for the second year apart from being the Best Tourism State for the third consecutive year. The Hall of Fame award will be effective for three years.
mp270918n9The award was presented by Union Minister of State (IC) Mr. K.J Alphons at a prestigious ceremony organized at Vigyan Bhavan in New Delhi on the occasion of World Tourism Day.
mp270918n8Minister of State (IC) for Tourism and Culture Mr. Surendra Patwa, Chairman of Tourism Corporation Mr. Tapan Bhoumik, Principal Secretary, Tourism and Managing Director Tourism Board Mr. Hari Ranjan Rao, Managing Director Tourism Development Corporation Mr. T. Ilayaraja and Additional Managing Director Tourism Board Smt. Bhavna Valimbe were present on the occasion.
It may be noted that in the awards announced by the Ministry of Tourism Government of India on the occasion of World Tourism Day the national award for Excellence in Publishing in Foreign Language other than English for publication corporate brochure in German language to Madhya Pradesh, Best Heritage Walk to Indore city, Best Heritage City to City of Joy Mandu, Best Adventure State award to Madhya Pradesh and Uttarakhand jointly, Excellence in publishing in English language to Coffee Table Book Kanha Tiger Reserve, National award for cleanliness to Indore city, Best Civic Management to Omkareshwar, Best Wildlife guide to Panna national park guide Shri Rashika Prasad, Best Airport to Devi Ahilya Bai Holkar Indore and Best Heritage Property to Devbagh Gwalior.
mp270918n10Terming the achievement of the state as a matter of pride, Chief Minister Mr. Shivraj Singh Chouhan, Minister of State (IC) for Tourism and Culture Mr. Surendra Patwa and Chairman of Tourism Board Mr. Tapan Bhoumik expressed joy. Congratulating the entire tourism team, concerned department and institutes for the achievement, they hoped the team continues to work with the same spirit and brings pride to the state.


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