Royal Orchid Suites
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... flat, and the charge, it is unbelievable. Always keep an emergency fund with you. We can never predict what happens the next second. Try to avoid riding at night. Get a shelter within 7 in the evening.
On my way to Delhi, I planned to stop at Mathura, birth place of Lord Krishna. To be a great Devotee of Lord Krishna, the enchanting feel that I got from visiting "JANAMBHOOMI" cannot be described. The ambience and the mantras’ which filled up ...
... to see the dances again and even the other volunteers admitted that the Koramangala Dancers were really good!
Then I got called up to collect a card from the students at Parikrma and also to talk to them about my time there and how I felt. It was a bit emotional, but I managed to hold off the tears, though the card is going straight on my wall when I get home. Then it was time to go home and after calming down two of the girls who had started ...
... that solidarity was the order of the day - farmers in a
movement don't commit suicide, and are less likely to fall subject to gm
corporate lies. he started the KRRS (Karnatake State Farmers
Association) and the organisation steadily gained thousands of members.
soon he had spread information about the dunkel draft, and the
illiterate impoverished farmers were discussing the modes of their
exploitation and the injustices to such an extent that they came ...
... Canucks. It was the last game of the Cricket World Cup to be hosted at Chinnaswamy Stadium so that probably helped fill some seats. Our seats were wonderful with a beautiful shaded view of the action and easy access to the beer and restroom facilities (always a plus in India). It would have been a perfect afternoon if it wasn't for the fact that one couldn't actually watch the game with a cool Kingfisher Draft in hand. Instead those who chose to imbibe were ...
... they told me he had collapsed while going for lunch. I checked pulse and breathing frequency but the blood pressure was really low as I could hardly feel the pulse. Therefore I wanted to put him in shock position, i.e. patient on back, legs on chair so that blood will flow to the heart. I tried to communicate this manoeuver to the surrounding persons but the man didn't want to be put on the floor. So Varun got a mat but he still refused any of this.
I asked if somehow had ...