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... law that for the first time created specific criminal charges for stalking, voyeurism, acid attacks and the forcible public disrobing of women, an act sometimes carried out in rural areas to cause humiliation. Under the new law, a person convicted of an acid attack faces a minimum of 10 years in prison and a maximum life sentence.
The fatal gang rape in Delhi in December of the young woman in Delhi generated an unprecedented outcry on ...
... fighting and jostling like a swarm of ants clambering over one another to get ahead. The noise of the horns was deafening, the fumes - intoxicating and the heat (a balmy 46c) was oppressive. I loved it. It was so new, unlike anything i'd seen before and I didn't care that it took twice as long to get to the apartment than expected. After meeting Jen's cousin Ine we all had some lunch then headed out to book train tickets for our trip to Agra and Jaipur. Again, this was ...
... as it turns out Ghandi had coined a lot of quotes in his lifetime, all very profound and so there was heaps to read and there was also a lot about how India became independent of those rogues the British. It was also at this point we realised Ghandi liked to talk about how one should never take more than one needs and simplicity is best etc. meanwhile ole kit and Robbo have just checked into their most expensive hotel yet and plan to go out for a giant expensive meal ...
... He was originally from India, but moved to
Cameroon to work. Although the flight was late, Bhupi and I spent about 3 hours
chatting about religion, immigration, economy, and sooo much more. He was quite
the man! So kind, intelligent, and remind me a lot of Mister Michael St.
George. Michael - Sorry brother, I got to Addis before you!!
I got out of the airport,
and as if on cue my luggage popped up side by side. I quickly exchanged some
Today we woke up and had breakfast at the hotel and then departed for a subtle day which ended in us flying to Hyderabad in the evening. The weather was quite hot today and just my
luck, I decided to wear a black t-shirt. I am hoping for a nice downpour and for
the clouds to cover the beating sun but I doubt that will happen. We started
our journey off by driving through the India Gate which is a red ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking