Yes, you can exit the airport freely. You will clear Indian immigration & customs at Delhi, after which you can choose to stay in the terminal (both your arriving and departing flights are to/from Terminal 3) or continue anywhere else in Delhi.
As of July 2019, at the Intl Terminal, the Wifi is FREE, available for Passengers only -- after they complete the Security and wait at gates.
There is a wi-fi desk which helps all irrespective of the cellphone SIM they have, to get their OTPS and use the wifi.
Following are are 2 websites which I found very accurate and they refresh the status frequently:
Official PNR enquiry website:
After entering your PNR, you can check live running status, seating charts etc. Here PNR (short for Passenger Name Record) is kind of an itinerary id and printed on ...
There is no reason why a titanium miniature that small would raise any eyebrows. Titanium & titanium alloy are used to manufacture golf clubs, eyeglass frames, water bottles, etc., and it is hard to imagine that titanium alone would cause any suspicion.
Generally, the GST rate is 5% (2.5% state and 2.5% center) as you noticed.
In November of 2017, the GST council met and decided to make changes
to the original restaurant tax rates. During this meeting, the council
set the GST rate at just 5% for most restaurants, regardless of AC and
I'm not sure about the 9.5% number, but ...
I did the crossing. They looked confused with the situation, fiddled with my passports for 2 hours, made phone calls and scanned them countless times but then they let me through in the end. Hope it is useful for someone.
From the airport's website:
The 2 terminals are in fact two separate airports 5km one from other
If you have a flight connection landing in T2 and departing from T1, take in mind that the transfer process will take 2-3 hours
Domestic Terminal is busiest during the day while International Terminal is busiest during night
Is not allowed to check in ...
You don’t say where you’re applying from (and I don’t know if it matters), however this is the site linked from the gov.uk travel advice page for British citizens: https://indianvisaonline.gov.in/evisa/tvoa.html
You should check with the security. I had to throw my guitar key when is used to tighten the guitar neck in trash. When they found in scanning machine that there was some metal inside my bag. so double check before flying there can be some restrictions to metal objects.
Only one e-visa required. You enter India at the port of Mumbai. The ship STAYS in India (within territorial waters) for the subsequent stops in Cochin and Goa. Again, you ENTER India at Mumbai and you EXIT India at Goa. One entry, one exit, one e-visa.