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Places with better healthcare infrastructure will attract more tourists: PM Narendra Modi

IndiaTimes Monday, 27 September 2021
"It is a coincidence that today's programme is being organised on World Tourism Day. Some may wonder what a healthcare programme has to do with tourism, but healthcare has a very strong relationship with tourism," PM Modi said.
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