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5 safety tips for surviving civil unrest

Get Indoors Right Away : If you remain calm and patient, the opportunity to get indoors should eventually present itself. If you are lucky, you will already be inside a building once the riot starts. Either way, get inside the nearest building, lock the doors and windows if you can, and stay there. Keep away from windows and exterior walls ...

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Ganesh Chaturthi : Places to head out for celebrations in Delhi & Gurgaon

Huge pandals are set-up in various neighbourhoods, and temples have incorporated special rituals and cultural performances. Individuals are also bringing home Ganesha, and embellishing him with ornaments, and offering modaks and laddoos. If you want to experience the true spirit of the festival, here’s the lowdown on the celebrations across Delhi-NCR, where you can sing along to Ganapati Bappa Morya! ...

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Rakhi ready ? 5 ideas to relive childhood sibling moments!

If breaking rules has strengthened your #siblinglove, then its time to relive those #childhoodmemories . We’ve got some cool ideas of what should you be doing this year : Remember those younger days, those sibling fights, where you used to call each other names. Relive that moment. Begin your day with tying a quirky and fun Rakhi by Owl’s affair. ...

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6 start-ups travel start-ups to ease travel woes

If you are looking for traveling and gathering experiences as a ‘local’ versus a ‘vacationer’, we have these companies who can sort these out for you, ranked on popularity by categories and demand: Hand-picked Experiential: From boutique hotels to mud huts to tree houses, Wandertrails can be your problem solver. They claim to be an experience first company, and they provide unique ...

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5 things that can spoil your Pondicherry trip

Team Travel Samosa visited Pondicherry / Puducherry and based on first hand experience. Here are some tips to ensure you have a great vacation: Off – season is definitely not the time to go. The weather is so scorching hot that you will get roasted and wont be able to do much. Weather plays a critical role in your overall ...

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Indians With US Visas To Receive Visa On Arrival In UAE

The UAE Ministry of Foreign Affairs this week circulated a letter to all authorities to grant Indians with US visa or green card to get UAE visa on arrival following a Cabinet decision last month. Indian nationals who hold a valid US visa or a green card will get a two-week UAE visa on arrival in the country from May ...

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Gurugram’s Sector 29 outlets get final nod to serve liquor

The outlets given relief include 15 in Sector 29, and 11 in Ambience Mall, as well as the two five-star hotels in the area — Westin and Crowne Plaza. Twenty-four days after they were directed to stop serving alcohol in the wake of the Supreme Court order prohibiting sale of liquor within 500 metres of highways, 30 hotels, pubs and ...

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Summer Tips: 8 Easy Ways to Beat the Heat

Here are some tips to keep in mind to beat the heat and stay safe : Avoid Direct Sunlight: Avoid or minimise exposure to sunlight from 10 AM to 3 PM. Those are the peak hours of the sun’s strength. Limit your time in the direct sun to no more than half an hour. Avoid Sudden Temperature Changes : Avoid ...

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Top 3 budget friendly European destinations for June

School’s out for summer—which means it’s time to start planning a getaway. If Europe is on your agenda, then Travel Samosa has you covered with top three places to visit in the month of June: Destination: Dubrovnik / Game of Thrones. Cheapest month to go: June Best for: Families Why book it: While Europe’s who’s who spend their summers yachting up ...

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Diplomats go treasure-hunting on Tuk-Tuk in Delhi

Over 40 expats and diplomats from Canada, Mexico, Germany, Kyrgyzstan, China and Uzbekistan participated in a “Tuk Tuk Rally treasure-hunt” organised by Travelsamosa.com and Routern.com on 9 April 2017. Participating teams had to navigate through the streets of Delhi, find clues, and ride on the “tuk tuks” or auto-rickshaws. This was first of its kind event where participants not only ...

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