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You can use this app, to see the routes: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.appsimplify.delhidtcbus
Mefloquine (tradename Lariam) is easily available at medical stores as well as Malarone is available at least in some places is India (e.g. Connaught Place in Mumbai). Or maybe you catch a foreign traveller with extra to sell. But I wouln't recommend Mefloquine (Lariam) as antimalarial medicine, because there is controversy over it. Since its introduction, ...
I think this is quite common in some Asia countries. For example here in Thailand it is the same, even though my parents are now long dead I have to list them on various forms. In the case of India I think they love bureaucracy, it is an old habit and keeps lots of people in jobs I guess. Blame it on the Brits I suppose, though overall I think they helped.
If your connecting flight is not on the same itinerary as your flight from NZ, you will need to go through immigration. In order to pass through immigration you will need to apply for a transit visa before arriving in India. The details of which can be found here. This visa gives you upto 72 hours of transit time in India but you must have proof of onward ...
I am based in Bangalore, India and when I click on the link in your question, I see this: I guess if Amazon is allowed to ship it to India, then you are allowed to carry it with you. If you have any concerns, then you can order it on Amazon and request delivery in India. BTW, this item is widely available in India, at least in the larger cities. I have ...
As others have noted, the chances of contracting Ebola in India are so close to zero that they are literally not worth worrying about. Even closer to zero if you practice hygiene precautions at a paranoid level already, as you suggest that you do. There are worse places to be overall-health-wise than India, I suspect. I've visited LA, New Delhi and ...
Based on your comment you should be scared to go back home because if i compare to current situation, India don't have a Ebola case yet but USA have. Jokes apart i think you are safe to go to Delhi, Just make sure you drink packaged drinking water and you should be fine. Stay and eat in any 5 star hotel if you don't like local food and its hygiene.
I am currently in Hyderabad,India (making some business) and it is quite safe here related with Ebola. Less secure currently is in USA and EU.
According to the latest news there no problems reported with Ebola in India. There are only a few cases outside of the African continent itself, e.g. in Spain and the United States, but not in India.
I wouldn't worry about Ebola in India, and neither does the Economist. There is a small Indian diaspora in West Africa (far smaller than the one in East Africa, mind you), but compared to India's sheer population the amount of passengers traveling between the two is pretty minuscule. Now add in that Ebola transmission requires direct contact with a ...
No, when you book a ticket from point A to B then you have the right to travel only from A to B. That is because you pay only for the journey from A to B and not O to T. If there are other passengers who book tickets from O to A or B to A, the same seat might be allotted to them for those legs of the journey. In case there are no bookings for those legs, ...
I don't know why India asks for it - but I do know that in some countries the name of the guardian (either the husband for women or father for males and unmarried girls) is part of your passport identification page. This is checked when you are traveling - for example, if I am to sponsor my wife's visa, her passport must state my name under ...
You'll be allowed to take the seat at Ratlam. When the reservation chart will be generated, you will be listed as passenger boarding from a different station than the starting point. Someone else might be at your set from Jaipur to Ratlam. TTE has the reservation chart which has all the information about passengers boarding from non-starting point ...
There is a new service in New Delhi called Floclo. They provide luggage storage and delivery options to the railway station and airport. Moderately priced and great staff! Have a go! Www.floclo.in is their website!
Its a risky proposition. Depending on which Airport you are landing in, customs can scan your bag before exiting the airport and any electronics inside will be visible to them. E.g. in Mumbai, they actually scan ALL check-in bags BEFORE they reach the baggage belt and if its suspicious they mark a big "X" on with with white chalk. Thats a the flag for the ...
Reading through the actual CBEC documentation (trigger warning: PDF), it looks like you could be liable for 12%, though there doesn't appear to be a specific tariff listed for computers or consoles (that I can find). Non-electrical toys (chapter 95) also seem to be taxed evenly at 12%.
Dhruv bedi is a professional sitar artist and also provides lessons of sitar in different parts of world. He stays in Delhi . You can contact him . You can see his videos on YouTube also, just search ,'Dhruv Bedi' on YouTube. You can also check his web page at www.dhruvbedi.com
On NHS Fit for travel we can find the following information about immunisations for India: Courses or boosters usually advised: Hepatitis A; Tetanus; Typhoid. Other vaccines to consider: Cholera; Diphtheria; Hepatitis B; Japanese Encephalitis; Rabies. You should also consider suitable antimalarial tablets, if travelling to high risk malarious areas, ...
Malaria is a serious and sometimes fatal disease transmitted by mosquitoes. The risks to health whilst travelling will vary between individuals and many issues need to be taken into account, e.g. activities abroad, length of stay and general health of the traveller. So it is recommended that you consult with your General Practitioner or Practice Nurse 6-8 ...
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