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... told me that the wealthier patients paid for interventions done (i.e. changing catheters), while the poorer patients had discounted rates. All the houses we visited had family carers for the patients. We finished early on Friday as there was a big event in the afternoon at the hospital for the farewell of the Hospital's CEO, who was retiring after 9 years in the job. I felt totally underdressed in my clinical clothes, while all the other staff were in sari's ...
... of being chosen as the venue for the inauguration of Project Tiger in India; earlier part of Uttar Pradesh now comes under Uttaranchal, the newly found state. Jim Corbett National Park India is home to a variety of flora and fauna, Corbett park is famous for its wild population of Tigers, Leopards and Elephants. Corbett Tiger Reserve has a great variety of fauna on account of habitat diversity. In the Jim Corbett National Park are found 110 tree species, 50 ...
... dwelling !!
The next morning we set out to the Lalbagh Botanical garden where the bi-annual floral exhibition was on. Every year, for a week around the Independence day and the Republic day, this exhibition is held in the Botanical gardens, which has floral arrangements as well as plants and seeds and related products on sale.
It was heartening to see the ...
... begining of the week. I was also looking forward to reach home so that i can start the count down to our trip.
Today, i woke up late, but still the fog was still dense, it once again reminded me that December and the Winter are here. My brother in law who had dropped in the previous evening along with my daughter started decorating the X-mas tree, I also chipped in to ...
... which negotiating with foreigners is obviously bound to be too expensive. So, until I get around the city more to see how much it costs to get from place to place by meter, I am in no condition to start bartering with the drivers yet. Longer drives around the city, like to the airport and back if I travel by plane ever (which I will do for Nepal for sure), it is easiest to go by taxi. They are just as cheap as rickshaws, but can't move ...