India’s First Double Decker Train gets The Green Signal

Indian Double Decker Train

Indian Double Decker Train After two long years, India’s first double decker AC train was flagged off by the railway minister Mukul Roy and chief minister Sheila Dikshit on Friday evening. The red and yellow double decker train started its first journey from Delhi to Jaipur. The double decker train will have 12 coaches with 120 seats in every More...

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Salar de Uyuni
By Vipul Kumar On Saturday, July 28th, 2012
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Salar de Uyuni: Natural Mirror Of The Earth

Salar de Uyuni Salar de Uyuni is the world’s largest salt flatland as vast as 4,086 square miles (10,582 kilometers). It is an interesting place in southwest Bolivia which gets covered with a thin layer of More...

Western Ghats
By Vipul Kumar On Tuesday, July 3rd, 2012
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UN: Western Ghats, A World Heritage Site

Western Ghats United Nations has added India’s Western Ghats to the prestigious list of UNESCO’s world heritage sites.Western Ghats are rich in biodiversity and natural beauty. And its splendor has made More...

IndianRailways
By Vipul Kumar On Sunday, July 1st, 2012
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Indian Railways Revises Tatkal Booking Timing

The time of booking of Tatkal tickets is revised by the Indian Railways. The changes will take effect from 10 July. This has been done in order to prevent touts from cornering tickets. Now the booking of Tatkal tickets More...

*The Chandni Chowk from the top of the Lahore Gate of the Fort, the canal depicted running down the middle, by Sita Ram, 1814-15
By Shashank Agarwal On Sunday, June 17th, 2012
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The history of Asia’s oldest market : Chandni Chowk

*The Chandni Chowk from the top of the Lahore Gate of the Fort, the canal depicted running down the middle, by Sita Ram, 1814-15 With time the enigmatic Chandni Chowk has amassed a plethora of anecdotes and facts More...

Entrance to the high tech villae punsari, Gujrat
By Shashank Agarwal On Tuesday, May 22nd, 2012
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The hi-tech Gujrat village Punsari

When we think of an Indian village it gives us an image of a filthy place with mooing cows, open drains and children playing ants and frog games. But, Punsari, a motley village in Himmatnagar, talks about wi-fi More...

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By Vipul Kumar On Wednesday, May 16th, 2012
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Dubai’s latest gift to world: Underwater Hotel !!!

Dubai Underwater Hotel Skylines are so passed. In an attempt to give travelers better—or at least closer—ocean views, Dubai-based construction company Drydocks World and Swiss consulting, engineering, and More...

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By Vipul Kumar On Friday, May 11th, 2012
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Blueseed Floating City to come up until 2013

Blueseed Floating City Earlier Blueseed came up with the idea to create a seaborne startup community in international waters off the coast of northern California. A new report released by the company says More...

Oprah Winfrey_Anupam Kher's Book Launch at Jaipur Literature Festival
By Vaibhav Agarwal On Sunday, January 22nd, 2012
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Anupam Kher’s book “The Best Thing About You ….Is You” launched at Jaipur Literature Festival

Oprah Winfrey_Anupam Kher's Book Launch at Jaipur Literature Festival At 3rd day of Jaipur Literature festival  2012, front lawns of Diggi Palace witnessed Shashi tharoor launching Anupam Kher’s book “The More...

Chandni Chowk
By Vani Verma On Sunday, January 15th, 2012
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Chandni Chowk, that’s it!!

Chandni Chowk The heart of India lies in Delhi, whose heart beats at Chandni Chowk! The place makes an unbeatable market for clothes, electronic items, shoes, bangles and what not. But that stands out here is its More...