Category: Living in India

19 February 2014 - 9:23, by , in Living in India, No comments
India, known as the world’s most populous democracy has struggled very hard to establish emergency medical services. The journey for them was not easy. Now in today’s time, we can certainly see a good amount of development in this field. Emergency medical services are only available in the big states and cities, you cannot even...
12 January 2014 - 11:29, by , in Living in India, No comments
Street food in India is part of the culture, we have corner shops, vendors on 4 wheel hand carts, to the cycle vendor and even the hand carry vendor available in all parts of the city and country, the better ones are called Dhabas (Mud built shops mostly on Highways, factories and industrial complexes). The...
15 July 2013 - 6:46, by , in Living in India, No comments
India is one country with many traditions and practices and so even an Indian sometimes gets confused over these. If you are travelling in India, avoid looking at the person of the opposite sex, because this doing this might get you in a serious problem and before complementing or shaking hands with the person of...
17 June 2013 - 9:06, by , in Living in India, No comments
Till few years back in India, paying the utilities bills was one hectic task, you had to stand in long queues and could spendmore than a hour for your job to be done.  Now with the advancement in technology, things have changed considerably, paying all your utilities bills like electricity bill, gas bill, telephone bill,...
8 June 2013 - 7:11, by , in Living in India, No comments
Unlike most parts of Europe and America, the Indian public transport is mainly based on buses followed by taxi and auto-rickshaw. The down town areas are supported with railway services whereas rapid transit and trams are also being developed. Unfortunately, these facilities are not within easy access and one has to live in major cities...
11 May 2013 - 10:20, by , in Living in India, No comments
Due to the increased number of vehicles on the roads, the traffic hazards in India have grown considerably. If you are driving in Delhi, you ought to be careful from the overgrown grasses, shrubs, and trees which occupy more than half of the pavement, road signs, it gets difficult to see the pedestrians and animals...
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