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Duo attempts world record by traversing country using public transport in 70 days

Chennai:

The tourism industry has seen a vast change due to the pandemic. To rebuild the Indian tourism industry, two members from the tourism fraternity — Dheleepan G V and Adamsonraj J — have started a campaign called Travel for Tourism. The duo is also attempting a Guinness World Record title, Longest Journey by Scheduled Public Transport in a Single Country. In the trip that covers 34,500 km, they will be travelling in 34 trains, 18 buses and 8 flights covering 23 states and four Union Territories in India in 70 days.

“We started our journey on February 7 from Puducherry and were supposed to complete the trip on April 7. But due to certain unforeseen circumstances, we had to take a three-week break in between. Now, we are in…

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