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Ayurvedic Therapies Cashing In On Medical Tourism

...cy of 60 percent now. This year we got quite a few tourists from Australia. Our regular clientele is from Europe, mainly Germany," said Mr. Narayanan. The packages can cost anything between about 60 euros and 180 euros a day. However, two-week packages carry discounts compared to daily packages. And hence th...

India – Haven Of Medical Touris

...ies. The government would facilitate and help both tourists and the hospitals to make medical tourism a huge success," he added. --IANS...

Our Gain US’s Loss in the Health Care Facility

...r by 2012. In many foreign hospitals the medical tourists are asked to sign documents waiving their right to...t are not covered by US insurance that the medical tourists are coming in search of India. Rather interestingly the medical centre at Los Angles has announce...

Medical Tourism To India Hurts US Hospitals

...e in-house. It is reported that 1.5 lakh medical tourists went to India last year. This number is expected to surge by 15 percent this year and by 2012 it could net $2.3 billion annually for India. Richard Merli, managing editor, Health Care Insider, KPMG notes that consumers in the low to middle income bra...

Russia warns against travel to Turkey, Iran closes border

..."For the time being it is not worth asking Russian tourists to refrain from trips to Turkey," a spokesman told Interfax. Russia battled with its own outbreak of bird flu last year. Onishchenko has previously warned that although the virus seemed to be dying out, migratory birds could bring it back to Russia...

Briton tourists warned of Bird flu threat in Turkey

...n in Turkey had led to researchers warning British tourists to keep away from turkey this summer to avoid spre...te these warnings of a possible spread of bird flu tourists are booking holidays in Turkish resorts.// The Association of British Travel Agents had reported tha...

Tourism Industry Affected By Bird Flu

...za, which also happens to be a place which British tourists visit in large numbers. The actual state of affairs of the country’s tourism industry will be known only after 16 January 2006, at the end of the Muslim Feast of the Sacrifice. Istanbul, which is a top historical site has not been spared either, as t...

Germany could start indoor poultry to avoid bird flu infection

...tion for Germans and the ministry has asked german tourists not to visit poultry markets in Turkey and many states in Germany has restricted the entry of Turkey travelers to their city. ...

Turkey becoming epicenter for bird flu

... Turkey is a beautiful place and attracts lot of tourists from the European Union and the authorities feel that there is no reduction in tourists coming to Turkey but has urged the people from not going to bird markets and avoid contact with bird...

Exclusive Health Care Packages To Be Launched By Ayurveda Hospital

...s been promoting ayurveda treatments among foreign tourists from the late 1990." C.S. Vinod, tourism consultant to Somatheeram, who is based in Germany, said: "The hospital has been working on these exclusive packages for the past four years. These packages will be of three or four week duration. "The thr...

Cyprus Reports H5N1 Strain In Birds

...as detected attracts as many as 1 million UK based tourists annually. The strain of the virus is said to be the same that claimed four casualties in Turkey. Animal products imports from Turkish Cyprus have already been banned by the EU. Authorities on both the sides of the divided island are taking active ...

Tourism not to be affected by bird flu affected areas!

... human world as well. The fear is so intense that tourists wanting to visit // countries with bird flu like China, Vietnam, Turkey and Croatia want an advice from doctors. At the moment the unanimous voice is to take the plunge as bird flu is an animal disease and not a problem for humans to worry. The inf...

Tsunami Unplugged: Natural Disasters Favor the Under-privileged

...y images of tsunami arrived, it appeared as if the tourists were tsunami’s hot favorites. Upon intent observation, it dawned that they were perhaps the only ones to sport a video camera at the time! Infact the poor fisher folk were among the majority who met a watery grave, away from the eye of the camera. Si...

Threat from Chikungunya, No Longer a Fear

... The World Health Organization (WHO) said that the tourists are safe when they are traveling to the Indian Oce...ourism for foreign revenue, with more than 700,000 tourists flocking to its white sand beaches every year, generating around $800 million annually. The governme...

Disney’s New Attraction Showcases the Discoveries of the Himalayas Expeditio

...ich is causing habitat loss, also is bringing more tourists to the area, which in turn has created a market for wildlife products. br>...

'Expedition Everest' Finds New Species

...ich is causing habitat loss, also is bringing more tourists to the area, which in turn has created a market for wildlife products. Contact: Jason Anderson j.anderson@conservation.org 202-912-1464 Conservation International Source: Eurekalet...

Kerala Food Festival Spicing up Delhi

...Friday. "Kerala has been able to attract so many tourists because of the variety it has to offer. International tourists also visit other spots in India but they keep coming back to Kerala because of its rich variety," Mi...

Birds of a Feather: Children, Activists and Bird Lovers Join To Celebrate World Migratory Bird Day in Kenya

...sphere. What used to be a welcome sight attracting tourists in huge numbers, is now wearing a jaundiced fa?ade, the flip side to the migratory birds that they could serve as messengers conveying the avian flu infection. Robert Hepworth, the executive secretary of the Convention on Migrating Bird Species...

World-class Facility A Must To Boost Medical Tourism In India

...agent with Akbar Travels in Gujarat that caters to tourists coming to super-specialty hospitals located in Ahm... hospitals the ability to evacuate injured foreign tourists from adventure sports and trekking sites and transport them to a hospital,' he added. --Edited IAN...

India is the "IT" destination for obesity cure: med tourism

... B. Ramana in Kolkata. In the words of these med tourists it says it all. "I am looking for a hospital that does good quality, affordable laparoscopic gastric bypass surgery. Please tell me if this is possible in your hospital," asks Christine. Amir says: "I have minor diabetes, blood pressure, choleste...

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