On Tuesday, the government in India’s capital New Delhi banned all travel to the country’s most populous state, Gujarat, which has been the scene of some of the worst violence in recent years.

But there’s no ban on the rest of India.

India’s prime minister, Narendra Modi, signed the proclamation, which took effect on Thursday.

The order is expected to have a domino effect in other parts of the country, particularly in Bihar, the country that shares a border with Pakistan and the birthplace of one of the most lethal militant groups in the world.

Airlines in India have already halted operations in the state.

The airlines that have cancelled flights in the past few days include Air India, Jet Airways, SpiceJet and SpiceJet Express.

The airports affected include Mumbai International Airport and Bangalore International Airport.

The airline industry in India has been struggling in recent months amid a slowdown in passenger traffic and the slowing economy.

Airlines have also struggled to fill seats in their fleets.

The industry is now expecting an even bigger slowdown in 2015 as the government begins to cut subsidies.

India also has a law that allows the government to impose temporary travel restrictions on certain categories of people and groups.

These include the elderly, people with severe mental health problems and people who have been arrested for a violent crime.

The government has also taken aim at the poor.

The country’s poorest people, including farmers, fishermen and those without jobs, are also not allowed to travel to other parts in India.

Some farmers in the eastern state of Assam, which is home to some of India’s poorest towns, were forced to move back to the villages in the middle of the night last week because they were not allowed access to the city, where the government had promised to rebuild schools and health facilities.

The United Nations warned last week that the government was moving to crush dissent in India and impose harsh penalties on its political opponents.

The move comes after the government recently declared that the country was “at war.”

The government also banned the import of non-food items and prohibited the use of electronic devices in public spaces.

The ban is likely to have an impact on the countrys air travel, with the Indian government already restricting flights from major cities like Delhi and Mumbai.

But there are other ways that Indians can enjoy the benefits of flying abroad.

Many flights are booked in advance and can be rebooked online.

A number of airlines, including Emirates, have said they will allow some flights to resume on Saturday, though some flights will not be resold.

For those with tickets, airlines have said you can still purchase them at the airport and bring them back.

If you buy them in advance, however, you may not be able to bring them home.

If you’re worried about being stopped at the border, you can always travel through India and use the country as a stopover.

Airlines have already suspended flights to the United Kingdom, Belgium and the United States, which have been hit by recent travel restrictions.

Some airlines, like Etihad Airways, have also temporarily halted flights from the United Arab Emirates.