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... her motorcycle. We though she would be a good bargainer for shopping. She guided us through the hectic market packed with people. Boy were we right! You guys do not know what power shopping is until you've been shopping with this young lady. She bargained down our prices like a pro. It was the best part about shopping. And as she bargained the price lower, the volume of the conversation went up. Fabulous! My favorite shop was the glass bangle booth. The men who sold these ...
... I can find a better selection of sandals at less than half the price somewhere else? It may only be a few bucks, but these women are my kinda bargain shoppers! I was really touched she had my back. I guess shopping is a universal bond women share ;) I cannot wait to go to the market with them tomorrow. You will get a full update! Off to bed, I get to lecture tomorrow. Not so nervous now considering they have all seen me look pretty ridiculous on a ...
... and conductor gather for conference under the light drizzle that just started. The officers voice raises at the conductor as he smacks him a *******e in the face. I move up next to the conductor hoping my presence might inhibit more violence. The policeman glares at me at blurts out in Hindi "What nationality are you?" Avoiding a political problem I just point at the sign atop the bus that says "Tourist". Disgruntled, his attention ...
... girl child, which have been there down the centuries, are now found to begin in the womb itself. The girl child in the womb faces the peril of prebirth elimination i.e. female foeticide.
The latest advances in modern medical sciences - the tests like amniocentesis and ultrasonography are being abused. The tests which were originally designed for the detection of gender related congenital abnormality of the foetus are now being ...
... service covers 303 km in 4 hours! As
you pull out of the chaos of New Delhi station a rather smartly
dressed gentleman hands you a rose, and for the next few hours
provides a seemingly endless supply of food and beverages –
possibly the longest breakfast I have ever eaten. Highlights were the
croissants (according to L&R), the lowpoint was the cornflakes
doused in warm milk. By the end of the journey I ...
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