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Indian tier-2 city uses digital map to boost tourism

Ludhiana, India
Graduates Welfare Association of Fazilka town in the Indian state of Punjab have joined hands with Guru Nanak Dev Engineering College, Ludhiana (GNDEC) to prepare a digital map of the town and make it available to the public, through the Internet. The effort is aimed at promoting tourism in this town.

Fazilka will thus be the first among tier-II cities to have a digital map, claimed authorities at Graduates Welfare Association Fazilka (GWAF). GWAF and GNDEC’s joint efforts will place India’s smallest big town on global map network. The project would be using open street maps.

Source: Indian Express