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IDYLLIC EXPERIENCE: The State's tourism sector is expecting a private investment of nearly Rs.1,000 crore in the short term and the Government wants to use the investment in areas like this one in Varappuzha so that natural heritage is preserved and the local people benefit from it. Photo: H. Vibhu
IDYLLIC EXPERIENCE: The State's tourism sector is expecting a private investment of nearly Rs.1,000 crore in the short term and the Government wants to use the investment in areas like this one in Varappuzha so that natural heritage is preserved and the local people benefit from it. Photo: H. Vibhu

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