Friday, September 09, 2005

 

Backpacking India Traveller News: 10 September 2005

Pakistan, India to free hundreds of prisoners early next week
India and Pakistan announced they would release hundreds of civilian prisoners next week as peace moves continue between the South Asian nations.
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India favorite among tourists
NEW DELHI: It's coming of age for India on the world tourist map. Overseas holidayers have put India in the Top Five list of most attractive and satisfying holiday destinations in the world, ahead of developed and traditional hotspots like US, France, Singapore and South Africa.
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India to free 152 Pakistani prisoners
PTI New Delhi Sept 9: Continuing to build on confidence building measures, India would free 152 civilian Pakistani prisoners, while Pakistan would release 371 Indian prisoners on September 12.A home ministry spokesman said here today that the 152 Pakistani nationals to be released include 51 fishermen.
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Cops caution travellers of gangs using soporific drugs
Panaji Sept 9: The state police have alerted the common people, particularly the persons travelling in trains and buses on the Goa-Mumbai, Goa-Kolhapur, Goa-Pune, Goa-Miraj routes about the surfacing of the gangs which rob cash, valuables and belongings by administering soporific drugs (sleep-inducing drugs) to the victims.
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Thursday, September 08, 2005

 

Backpacking India Traveller News: 08 September 2005

We look at the newest crop on sale
Cookbooks, cookbooks, cookbooks! Although the biggest crop of cookbooks is usually released in the fall/holiday season to capitalize on the gift-giving market, there's a flood of new titles this spring and summer, many designed for leisurely, fun, warm-weather eating.
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Awareness helps guard against deadly blood clot
Detroit teenager Megan Morgan received an unkind present three days before her 18th birthday: pain and swelling in her leg.
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Many Asian countries making price adjustments -Oil prices extend record-breaking run above $66
LONDON (AFP): World oil prices advanced for the fifth straight day, hitting new heights above 66 dollars on massive global demand and continued refinery production problems, dealers said.
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William F. Buckley Jr.; Watergate; 'Our Bodies, Ourselves'
Thanks to Charlie Rubin for the trouble he took to unearth the strengths of my novel ''Last Call for Blackford Oakes'' (July 17). But damned if he didn't go and ruin it all with utterly confusing asides touching on sex and idiom.
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Friday, September 02, 2005

 

News for Backpackers in India: 02 September 2005

We look at the newest crop on sale
Cookbooks, cookbooks, cookbooks! Although the biggest crop of cookbooks is usually released in the fall/holiday season to capitalize on the gift-giving market, there's a flood of new titles this spring and summer, many designed for leisurely, fun, warm-weather eating.
Read More...

Awareness helps guard against deadly blood clot
Detroit teenager Megan Morgan received an unkind present three days before her 18th birthday: pain and swelling in her leg.
Read More...

Many Asian countries making price adjustments -Oil prices extend record-breaking run above $66
LONDON (AFP): World oil prices advanced for the fifth straight day, hitting new heights above 66 dollars on massive global demand and continued refinery production problems, dealers said.
Read More...

William F. Buckley Jr.; Watergate; 'Our Bodies, Ourselves'
Thanks to Charlie Rubin for the trouble he took to unearth the strengths of my novel ''Last Call for Blackford Oakes'' (July 17). But damned if he didn't go and ruin it all with utterly confusing asides touching on sex and idiom.
Read More...


Thursday, September 01, 2005

 

Backpacking India Traveller News: 01 September 2005

We look at the newest crop on sale
Cookbooks, cookbooks, cookbooks! Although the biggest crop of cookbooks is usually released in the fall/holiday season to capitalize on the gift-giving market, there's a flood of new titles this spring and summer, many designed for leisurely, fun, warm-weather eating.
Read More...

Awareness helps guard against deadly blood clot
Detroit teenager Megan Morgan received an unkind present three days before her 18th birthday: pain and swelling in her leg.
Read More...

Many Asian countries making price adjustments -Oil prices extend record-breaking run above $66
LONDON (AFP): World oil prices advanced for the fifth straight day, hitting new heights above 66 dollars on massive global demand and continued refinery production problems, dealers said.
Read More...

William F. Buckley Jr.; Watergate; 'Our Bodies, Ourselves'
Thanks to Charlie Rubin for the trouble he took to unearth the strengths of my novel ''Last Call for Blackford Oakes'' (July 17). But damned if he didn't go and ruin it all with utterly confusing asides touching on sex and idiom.
Read More...


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