Frantic calls and endless chains of messages are exchanged to find blood donors in unfortunate circumstances such as a family member or friend, going in for a surgery or had an accident or some medical condition that has and/or will cause the loss of blood and can lead to anemia. In these cases it is imperative for blood to be transferred.
College application time is here! Most students at this juncture feel a mix of both anxiety and excitement. To help you save time we have put together a list of all documents required to help you check and prepare a documents set in advance. The papers needed are listed below:
Every year we celebrate World Environment Day on, 5 June. This day is to recognise the growing global environmental concerns and to take a step towards making a positive impact on our planet. Each year there is a different theme. The slogan for this year is ‘Go Wild for Life’.
If you have ever wondered what Mumbai was like before it grew into this bustling metropolis, then visit Khotachi Wadi. This old Portuguese style heritage village is remnant of a time gone by.
A quiet, away-from-it-all, little holiday resort, with lovely picnic spots. Arthur Lake set amidst scenic forests affords many hours of entertainment. The streamlet from the lake cascades down 45 m. as the Randha Falls. The Wilson Dam at a height of 150 m. is yet another lovely sight. Overlooking Bhandardara is Mt. Kalsubai, the highest […]
If you have three days in Mumbai, you can try this itinerary. DAY ONE Gateway of India This of course, is the logical place from where to begin your tour. After all, you’re following in the footsteps of royalty! The English King George V landed in India in 1911 at this very spot.
If you have 2 days in Mumbai, you can try this itinerary. DAY ONE Gateway of India This of course, is the logical place from where to begin your tour. After all, you’re following in the footsteps of royalty! The English King George V landed in India in 1911 at this very spot, and the […]
If you’re in Mumbai for a day, and wondering what to do, here’s a list of must-see places! Gateway of India Walk around the Gateway of India complex. Pass through the security check on the Northern end to enter the complex. On weekends and public holidays the lines (especially the men’s line) to enter the […]
For suburban bound traffic, Mumbai has two excellent lines that serve the eastern and western suburbs. They are literally the city’s lifelines: everyday, over half a million commuters from Mumbai’s far-flung suburbs make their way to downtown offices to earn their living. Trains on both lines run every couple of minutes round the clock (except […]