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I don't see why the Indian authorities would care about your status in the US, but if they do, explain this (which also explains why you wouldn't have a problem in the US airport): In the US, a visa is only required as an entry document. Continued stay in the country is not conditioned on the possession of a valid visa. One official source for this is ...


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Driving to Leh in your own vehicle can be dangerous. Have a read through this post about how people are being attacked in Leh for bringing their own cars. Leh is not a safe place even for those who go in their own cars. Self drive rental cars are being lined up and burnt on road sides with occupants left stranded and any opposition is met with violence. ...


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Here are a couple of maps showing normal onset and withdrawal dates of Southwest monsoon. Also useful to see withdrawal of monsoon: This map shows 2015 current progression day by day. Maybe more helpful for planning purposes is average historical precipitation (follow the link and click on the month on the left under "Normal Rainfall Maps" to see ...


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Children under the age of 6 are carried without any charge on Indian Railways. Though, it is always better to give details of children while booking a ticket, you will not run into any problem while traveling. You will not be able to add the name of the child after booking the ticket. Changing the name of the passengers is allowed in certain cases with a ...


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Air China seems to have a policy in place for the batteries (or generally termed power banks) 10000mAh should amount to 36WH or 50Wh depending on whether the batteries are rated 3.6V or 5V. However still, policy says that 2 batteries are allowed that shouldn't exceed 160Wh. EDIT: As identified by @DCTLib below, only two spare batteries are allowed in cabin ...


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Weather department in India publishes a map every year like it has this year but if you base your travel completely on this, you'd be making a mistake. Lookout for the monsoon section on the site. The onset of monsoon season in India, typically early June on the southmost tips and mid to late July to the north most corners is how it is predicted, the ...


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Refer to this official information from Indian customs: http://www.cbec.gov.in/trvler-guide_ason22may2013.pdf Export of Indian Currency is strictly prohibited. However Indian residents when they go abroad are allowed to take with them Indian currency not exceeding Rs. 7,500.



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