Daily Current Affairs 2022, Monthly/Weekly Current Affairs | One liner current affairs in hindi

Get the Daily and Latest Current Affairs 2022 on our website. These current affairs are Updated by our specialists and are relevant for all competitive tests UPSC, SSC, IAS, Railway-RRB, UPPSC, and Other State Government and Central Jobs/Exams.


WEF Travel and Tourism Development Index 2021

Category : National
Published on: May 27 2022 Share on facebook

  • In the WEF Travel and Tourism Development Index 2021, India has been ranked at 54th place. In 2019, India had ranked at 46th position. 
  • However, the country still topped within the South Asia region. 
  • This index is the Travel and Tourism Competitiveness Index’s direct evolution, having been published biennially for the last 15 years.
  • In the 2021 index, the top place has been grabbed by Japan. The country is followed by the United States, Spain, France, and Germany respectively. The score of India in this list is 4.2
Recent Post's
  • Union Minister Anurag Thakur inaugurates India's first Drone Skilling & Training Conference and Drone Yatra in Chennai

    Read More....
  • Hrishikesh Kanitkar appointed batting coach of Indian women's cricket team: BCCI

    Read More....
  • Fiji to host World Hindi Conference for first time in 2023

    Read More....
  • Eminent economist and Planning Commission member Yoginder K Alagh passes away at the age of 86

    Read More....
  • World Bank raised India's GDP growth forecast for FY 2022-23 from 6.5% to 6.9%

    Read More....
  • Cyclone 'Mandas' likely to form over Bay of Bengal: IMD

    Read More....
  • Adani Green commissions third hybrid plant in Rajasthan, becomes "world's largest wind-solar hybrid power company"

    Read More....
  • Cristiano Ronaldo to play for Saudi Arabian club Al-Nasr after Manchester United break ties

    Read More....
  • Shafali Verma to lead India in women's U-19 World Cup and SA U-19 bilateral tour

    Read More....
  • IIT Madras Researchers develop ‘Sindhuja’ which generates Electricity from Sea Waves

    Read More....