Wedding and Cricket

There are few things you can’t miss for example India vs. Pakistan. That is a contest which can’t be missed. But with the busy schedule you tend to lose out on such matches as well.

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Business in Delhi

There is our friend who had a first hand experience in the wheeling and dealings of the worldof business in garments who happened to visit the wholesalers of Delhi. Mumbai trader is no novice and well equipped with the knowledge and the machanics of trade pricing etc.

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God’s Ambassador

The boy and girl were grown up and had their schooling and college together at the local institutions.Both were bright and both had  a common competitive spirit to share.

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Shave it, or keep craving

It pricks, it hurts, it cuts, it reddens,
Against stubble, we women take an action!

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Kuelap

Have you heard of the fortress of Kuelap? If not, continue reading.

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Kinshasa

Kinshasa (formerly French Léopoldville, and Dutch About this sound Leopoldstad (help·info)) is the capital and the largest city of the Democratic Republic of the Congo. The city is located on the Congo River.

Once a site of fishing villages, Kinshasa is now an urban area with a population of 9 million inhabitants. It faces the capital of the neighbouring Republic of Congo, Brazzaville, which can be seen in the distance across the wide Congo River. The city of Kinshasa is also one of the DRC’s 11 provinces. Because the administrative boundaries of the city-province cover a vast area, over 90% of the city-province’s land is rural in nature, and the urban area only occupies a small section in the far western end of the city-province.

I had an amazing time at this place. It is a perfect place to retire and live happily. I particularly liked the The Boulevard du 30 Juin which links the main areas of the city.

Several private companies whose Urban Transport Company (STUC) and the Public City train (12 cars in 2002) serves the city. The bus lines are:

  • Gare centrale – Kingasani (municipality of Kimbanseke, reopened in September 2005);
  • Kingasani – Marché central
  • Matete – Royale (reopened in June 2006);
  • Matete – UPN (reopened in June 2006);
  • Rond-point Ngaba – UPN (reopened in June 2006).
  • Rond-point Victoire – clinique Ngliema (opened in March 2007)

More such places later.

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