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Another Way to Support Nepal as a Traveller
The Nepal Earthquake has ravaged the mountain country, but not its spirit. Here’s how you can support Nepal in its quest to normalcy as a traveller.
National Museum Delhi to lose Dr. Venu Vasudevan?
“Delhi’s National Museum was lucky to get IAS officer Dr. Venu Vasudevan, under whom it has transformed into a buzzing institution. In 2013, when he took over as Director General, the museum, which has 2.10 lakh artefacts representing 5,000 years of Indian art, saw a 30 per cent increase in visitors. Last year, it saw a 112 per cent increase in merchandise sales”
Here’s How You Can Support People Stranded in the Nepal Earthquake
Want to lend a hand in the Nepal Earthquake Relief, but not sure how to? Here’s what you can do from anywhere in the world, with a laptop & internet.
Nepal Earthquake Relief – What Can You Do?
Nepal Earthquake Relief – What Can You Do? STAY CALM: This applies irrespective of where you are. This isn’t a time to have an adrenalin rush. Seeing all those sufferings, we are tempted to get into action to support fellow human beings. It’s natural. But stay put. Get a sense of what’s going on. Especially …
Artisans Along The Nila
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Tracks we leave…
<h1>Tracks we leave…</h1> Today is the World Hospice and Palliative Care day. 9th October 2010 is a unified day of action to celebrate and support hospice and palliative care around the world. The theme for World Day 2010, is “Sharing the care”. This Day is for people to engage in events and activities to raise …
Disaster prevention in tourism
<h1>Disaster prevention in tourism</h1> “In May 2007, BBC world was making a programme called Climate Watch where they were collecting information on the impact of global warming on local population and destinations in different parts of the world, including India. They got in touch with us and told us they wanted to document the impact …
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