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My question is that i hve make e ticket from barddhwan to ndls and now i want to board the ticket to jasidih how can i make it is tatkal and it is 3 station before jasidih ?


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Some of it comes down to the hotel chain. For example Hanting 汉庭 at most can accept foreigners. Sometimes if they do, they have some weird policy about no free breakfast or something. However some can not 接待外宾 receive foreign guests. 如家 Home Inn, is hit or miss in mainland cities. Some take you, some don't. Best to call ahead of time and ask in ...


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It's possible. You will need to both meet the airline's terms and the TSA's requirements. Most airlines require you to provide your ID in the conditions of carriage, though many don't enforce this consistently. While neither of your documents meet the TSA's ID requirements you can hope to convince them who you are based on information on you they find in ...


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You may be able to, but I wouldn't recommend it. The TSA website lists the types of identification that can be used for domestic flights - and the only one you're likely to own is your passport. If you do not have acceptable identification then that doesn't immediately mean you can't fly, but it will at best mean additional time in security whilst they ...


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Immigration officials do not have access to your debt information, they only have access to immigration info provided on visa forms or entry forms or court actions against you (and this later is only for serious offenses, not minor things like parking tickets). As you are on terms with the medical service and making payments, there is no reason for this to ...


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From personal experience, yes. I once received a replacement battery as I was leaving on a trip. I replaced the battery, but the old one was stuck with me for the remainder of the trip. It was just in my backpack, in a box, and it passed though without comment on the way there, and on the way back.


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Unless you mean something different by 'resort', you are usually paying for more than just sleeping accommodation - food, use of beach, sports etc. Generally in such places you get a wristband that entitles you to access facilities and they will definitely notice and refuse to give out six wristbands. If there are no facilities other than the room they may ...


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You should think of the regulation allowing you to sail within 20 miles from a safe haven, rather than offshore. In nautical terms, a safe haven is a port, harbour, or any other sheltered place suitable for mooring. A flat coast constantly subject to strong winds and strong currents and waves might not be considered a safe haven. Thus the distance is not ...


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It also says "in coastal waters." I would take this to mean that sailing from small islands in the ocean is not covered. As for where to measure the 20 miles from, it's from the shore, not from the marina.


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You ask if it's legal. Yes, otherwise as for the reasons explained in the other answers, airlines could not operate delayed or multi leg flights using the number, To expand on the other answers you need to remember that each plane has its own identifiers, so when an airline books a slot with air traffic control it will be saying,for example, Plane GB-AAA , ...


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The flight number has basically two parts, the first two characters identify the airline selling the flight and the remaining digits are the airline's flight identifier. The first two digits are the IATA assigned airline code, which were originally based on the airlines name, ie: BA - British Airways, DL - Delta, etc. But due to the proliferation of ...


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Yes, and No. Flight numbers do frequently get used for multiple flights on the same day. For example today UA712 is used for both a Chicago to San Diego flight and a subsequent San Diego to San Francisco flight. In this case, both of these flights used the same aircraft (an Airbus A320, United "ship" number 4616). On Saturday, UA338 will fly from Salt ...


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It's fairly common for a single flight number to cover multiple flight segments (legs): for example, Qantas flight 1 (QF1) is both Sydney to Dubai and Dubai to London. In the US, it's apparently common to use the same flight number on separate services flown by separate planes, leading to situations like yours. I don't think this serves any practical ...


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That is definitely still a valid sign, although a lawyer could probably use the fact that the sign was damaged to avoid a related traffic ticket. It's also a yellow warning sign, which means that the speed limit is still that which was posted on a white sign. You cannot be ticketed for going the speed limit, although the implication is that if you do hit a ...


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Yes, any sign posted in the US is intended to be followed unless it explicitly has an X over it or it is covered up. Most likely the top screw of this sign has come loose and no maintenance has been done to fix it. Typically signs that are meant to not be respected are covered with black plastic or a board so they aren't even legible. However, yellow signs ...



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