The capital of Kerala, where most people live on the outskirts of the city, has been one of the most visited in India. 

But this year, the capital’s spa has seen an unprecedented decline in visitors, leaving the city’s visitor numbers in the toilet. 

The city has seen a decline in visitor numbers, as well as a reduction in the number of spa facilities, in what is the most dramatic decline in the city since the city was founded in 1832. 

It is not only the number that has fallen.

The city has also seen a dramatic decline, as visitors have chosen to go elsewhere. 

“We’ve lost the tourist business,” said K. Rajendra, a local resident who is the owner of the hotel where the spa is situated. 

 “Our spa has not been doing well for the last few years, but the people here are desperate.

They’re not going back to the city because they are afraid of losing the business.

The hotel has seen its income fall to zero.

The owners have lost their job.

There is no income coming in,” he said. 

Kerala Tourism Secretary P.S. Venkatachalam told The Times that tourism is an important sector in the state and that there are some measures that will help in restoring the business in the tourism sector. 

On Tuesday, the state government issued a circular to all hotels and other tourist accommodation to install CCTV cameras in all their rooms.

The department said that the state tourism department will also launch a pilot project to install the CCTV cameras at the hotels of the state. 

A few days ago, Kerala Tourism Secretary said that CCTV cameras would be installed at all hotels in the capital. 

In January, the Kerala government had decided to impose a moratorium on new hotel expansions in the district.

This moratorium has now been extended for one year.

The city, however, has seen the decline in tourism as well, as it has been unable to attract foreign tourists to Kerala due to the recent drought.

According to a survey conducted by the Tourism Development Corporation, the city saw a fall of 3.7% in the total number of visitors from the previous year to March 31.

The drop was particularly pronounced in the hotels that are owned by foreign individuals, which have seen a fall in visitors from 6.7 to 2.8%. 

According to the Kerala Tourism Department, foreign nationals were the main reason for the drop. 

In January 2018, the tourism ministry had estimated that over 4.4 million foreign tourists visited Kerala in 2018.

However, in the same month, it has estimated that foreign tourists had only visited 2.3 million. 

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