Sai Vishram Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... them to please SHUT UP. It has to be said that different rules apply in a country of over a billion people although I think the sheer masses wanting to see the display would have kept everyone moving without the need for continuous whistling.
Monday 26th January was Republic Day – a celebration to commemorate the beginning of democracy in India. Being a Government holiday this meant no work. The media were all banging on about Obama’s visit ...
... and everyone else works with it.
Let me give an example. A student is far too loud every lesson, because of this he gets send out regularly and gets detention regularly. Because his behaviour stands out his mentor invites him for a talk. After hearing the student out the mentor decide to look for possibilities of finding out if the student maybe has ADHD. The diagnose gets taken care of and paid for by ...
... from a Fulbrighter who was in Bangalore last year. Having to apartment hunt in an unfamiliar city of 4 million people, many of whom who don't speak English, would have been quite stressful and challenging. Our apartment is in a relatively new 4-story building and located within 5 km of both the research institute I’ll be based at and the school where Shira will be a volunteer teacher.
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... an agreement in the fare for our destination before we even board the Auto. We are prime targets for unnecessary detours to run the meter. Following this, the drivers actually may or may not know how to get to your destination; if this is the case, you are expected to direct the driver. This has definitely been a point of struggle when it is just the 3 of us together. Once thrown into the absurd ...
... was a Scottish dance, a dance to Bollywood song 'Senorita', and a dance to Lou Vega's 90s hit 'Mambo No. 5'. Emily and I had teamed up to perform a song and dance to the hit Bollywood song 'Teri Meri', for which we learned to sing the Hindi lyrics! We learned them using a romanization of the words, and using a teacher's English translation of the lyrics we choreographed a dance that would make sense with the song. It was a huge hit, and at the end we were ...