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Haryana ex-DGP S P S Rathore Convicted

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It took the legal system 19 years and 400 hearings to convict and sentence the former DGP to 6 months imprisonment and fine of Rs. 1000 for molesting a teen……..who was driven to commit suicide  S S Rathore, (who retired Read more ›

Flamingoes in Mumbai – December 2009

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After the monsoons, Flamingoes – the lesser and the greater ones – and a lot of other migratory birds come to the coastal mudflats of India from the North.They feed on the mudflats during the next five or six months Read more ›

Travel India Jogeshwari Caves

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Jogeshwari Caves in Mumbai Jogeshwari Caves, dating back to 520 to 550 AD, are some of the earliest Hindu cave temple sculptures located off the Western Express Highway in Jogeshwari (East) in northern Mumbai (Bombay). They are a 45-minute journey Read more ›

Travel India Dalchini (Cinnamon)

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  Spices of India Spice Gardens If you visit tourist places in Goa and Kerala, you can visit spice gardens. Some plantation owners have improvised their spice gardens into tourist attractions. You can see a variety of plants where different Read more ›

Travel India Mirchi (Chilli)

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       the World’s Most Used Spice If you visit tourist places in Goa and Kerala, you can visit spice gardens. Some plantation owners have improvised their spice gardens into tourist attractions. You can see a variety of plants which give Read more ›

Travel India Elaichi (Cardamon)

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                                         the Queen of Spices     If you visit tourist places in Goa and Kerala, you can visit spice gardens.Some plantation owners have improvised their spice gardens into tourist attractions. You can see a variety of plants where different Read more ›

Travel India Ratnagiri

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the land of the Golden Haapus                 or Alphonso Mangoes                                Ratnagiri is a small idyllic coastal town – 330 kilometres south of Mumbai. It is famous for golden Haapus or Alfonso mangoes and for the horse shoe shaped fort. Haapus Read more ›