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Our first stop of the day was at the Multinational Service Center from BCD Travel in Bangalore.
So far we have met with several BCD professionals and every of these meetings have been very productive. We don't just learn about a job position, but about the culture of the organization itself and the role it plays in all the different countries where they are present. This morning we met with Kishore Kumar, Senior Analyst ...
... full-service flights, was actually going bankrupt and going out of business. This has made the market for air fare very interesting. Buyers view this as an opportunity for air carriers to raise prices; however, Elizabeth ensured that this movement in the market is actually good and after some shifting around, things will be back to normal.
Knowing that Dnata is a partner of Emirates Airline, I was curious as to what influence this played ...
... canteen at work and get lunch for 25 INR which is a great deal.
Bangalore is a great place and I can't wait to explore this weekend. Our driver is going to take us around to many things. One more thing... I watched Football played by two Indian teams on television today. There is an American Football league (The AFLI) that started here in India. I guess it wouldn't be Saturday with out it
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... managed to negotiate a Biryani and Fried Rice with an overpriced Kingfisher thrown in which arrived soon enough after we'd checked in with Mr Sleepy Hotel Manager. Not long after there was a knock at the door and Stockport Gareth appeared, he was staying at the same hotel with Mad Dog (aka Mark) We made arrangements to meet in the morning for pre match breakfast.
... we parked last time), the villagers created drama, saying that we are not supposed to park the vehicles. If we park the vehicles, the police will come and smash the bikes. After arguing for half and hour, we went back and parked the vehicles in village. The villager who is telling that he is going to take care of bikes demanded for Rs. 30 for bike. This time is very surprise, there were no bikes, hardly 10-12. Where as last time, the bikes count is more than 100.