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      Delhi has been one of the most populous cities in the world but thanks to a recent study by United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs, the city is also set to break records. With an estimated population of 19 million, the capital city of India is set to take over Tokyo (37 million) in the next 10 years (by 2028). Read more

      The good news is, Chandigarh International Airport is undergoing a quick revamp thus enabling people to travel to more international destinations. The bad news is, the airport remains closed for 20 days, i.e. May 12-31 because of runway repair. The peak holiday season looms and by now, you might have been done with packing your bags, here's a news that will make you reconsider your travel dates or flight boarding destination (assuming it to be Chandigarh). And we are very sorry for the inconvenience caused! Read more

      Norwegian land is vast and mostly untouched towards the North Pole. 48 km to the north of Oslo lies Harestua, the place with the captivating countryside. It is from here that tourists find the maze of road running into the woods with dark decorated corridors made up of imposing trees. If you happen to cross this stretch at night, the quietude, darkness, and pristine nature around would leave you charmed. Read more

      Out of all the foreign tourists that visited Indonesia in 2017, India had the second largest number, just behind China. As per the minister of tourism, Arief Yahya, Indian tourists accounted between 30 - 40% and many of them preferred to visit Bali for its yoga centric experiences and food. Read more

      The world's largest Victorian glasshouse, the Temperate House, at the Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew opened its doors following a 5-year restoration project costing £41 million. First opened in 1863, the reopening of the Temperate House marks the 155th anniversary of this iconic structure. Read more

      In a world where everyone is now competing to set and break world records, this pop-up restaurant being set up at the Everest Base Camp seems to be stealing the spotlight. A group of chefs is planning to set a world record for establishing and running the highest ever pop-up restaurant where they’ll serve dinner at the Everest Base Camp 11,600 feet above sea level. Read more