A slew of new visa perks will soon be available to Indian travellers.

While most of them are in the form of perks such as a cheaper travel visa, free holidays, a reduced booking fee and better online services, the government has now announced another big perk that will help those looking to earn their first few thousand rupees by opening up shop at a local hotel.

As of March 1, the Visa Rewards Program (VSP) will allow a guest to earn up to $1,000 a day by staying in a hotel that earns a minimum of 4.5% on its earnings.

VSP is a major step forward in the government’s efforts to boost business and tourism in India.

Last year, India ranked among the top 10 countries in terms of hotel occupancy, with more than 2 million hotels operating in India, according to the World Tourism Organization.

The country’s tourism industry is also booming.

The tourism industry has witnessed a sharp increase in the past year.

In 2016, there were 2.5 billion visits to India, a 22% increase from 2015, according the World Economic Forum.

This growth has led to an increase in hotel occupancy across India.

According to the tourism ministry, this increase is due to the government and hotel owners offering a range of incentives to encourage guests to stay in hotels.

For instance, hotels have been offered a reduction of 50% or free meals at their properties and a one-time bonus of up to 100,000 rupees, and discounts for booking through a hotel booking portal, including free flights to and from the country, a one year supply of a gift card, and free use of the hotel’s facilities, including internet access.

The government has also announced that hotels will be allowed to accept a 50% down payment on their properties, and to have a minimum deposit of Rs 25,000 ($1,100).

The government also announced a new credit card, called the VSP Card, that will allow an eligible guest to spend up to 500,000 Indian rupees ($7,300) per year on eligible goods and services.

These benefits include a reduced online booking fee of 3% on hotel bookings made through the VPS card, up to one year of free use at the hotel, up a one lakh rupees (about $11,000) voucher for the purchase of goods at the Hotel, and an up to 10,000 Rupees ($2,000.50) credit card at any time for the hotel.

The card will be available for a one month period from March 1.

The Visa Rewards program is part of a broader push by the government to attract foreign investment and investment to the country.

Since the beginning of the year, the central bank has been working on a $1 trillion plan to bring in foreign direct investment (FDI) by 2017, and the country’s central bank also announced plans to raise the capital requirements for foreign investors.

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