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(From Business Line)
from BUSINESS LINE, September 19, 2005 New Delhi, Sept. 18 - RAJASTHAN, which traditionally accounted for nearly half of the foreign tourist share in the country, has seen a fall in its quota in the foreign tourist pie. According to a study by Crisil, Rajasthan's share has fallen from 48.4 per cent in 1991 to 28.7 per cent in 2004. The story of the State's woes does not end there. The average length of stay of a foreign tourist in India is 31.2 days but it is only around 2.5 days in Rajasthan, while it is in excess of five days in Goa and Kerala, as per 1998 data
Even the per day spend of both foreign and domestic tourists is less than …