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30 March 2013

Mumbai: The Maharashtra Tourism Development Corporation (MTDC) yesterday launched an electronic information kiosk at Nariman Point in Mumbai. The kiosk will make available information about popular tourist destinations to visitors, as per a TOI report. The touch screen machines were inaugurated by JK Banthia, Chief Secretary, Government of Maharashtra and Dr Jagdish Patil, Managing Director, MTDC. Banthia said that 300 such kiosks will soon be set up at various tourist destinations in Maharashtra, at government offices, railway stations and airports. Within Mumbai, the kiosks will be put at CST, Dadar, domestic and international airports, Sanjay Gandhi National Park, etc.

"The kiosks are touch screen and user friendly giving away all important information about the tourist destinations in English and Marathi. It also enables to book MTDC resorts and railway tickets," said an official.