Friday, February 22, 2008


A lot of outsiders look at Delhi and feel there are no rules in this city and people do, as they want. This is not true. We have a strict code of conduct.Here are the 15 rules or laws that Delhi lives by-

  1. The Other Side Law: If my side of the road has a traffic jam, then I can start driving on the wrong side of the road, and all incoming cars will be rerouted via Meerut.
  2. The Queue Nahin Rule: If there is a queue of many people, no one will notice me sneaking into the front as long as I am looking the other way.
  3. The Mind Over Matter Law: If a red light is not working, four cars from different directions can easily pass through one another.
  4. The Auto Axiom: If I indicate which way I am going to turn my auto rickshaw, it is an information security leak.
  5. The In Spit Of Thing: The more I lean out of my car or bus, and the harder I spit, the stronger the roads become.
  6. The Cinema Hall Fact: If I get a call on my mobile phone, the film automatically goes into pause mode.
  7. The Brotherhood Law: If I want to win an argument, I need only to repeatedly suggest that the other person has illicit relations with his sister.
  8. The Baraat Right: When I'm on the road to marriage, all the roads in the city belong to me.
  9. The Heart Of Things: If I open enough buttons on my shirt, the pretty girl at the bus stop can see through my hairy chest into the depths of my soul.
  10. The Name Game: It is very important for the driver behind me to memorise the nicknames of my children's.
  11. Parking Up The Wrong Tree: When I double-park my car, the road automatically widens so that the traffic is not affected.
  12. The Chill Bill Move: When I park and block someone else's car I am giving him a chance to pause, relax, chill and take a few moments off from his rushed day.
  13. The Brrrrp Break: The louder I burp in a public place; the more it helps other people digest their food.
  14. The Bus Karo Law: If I stop my bus at the correct place near the bus stop, the city will explode into million pieces.
  15. The VIP Rule: I M VIP.

Thursday, August 16, 2007

Bol Delhi Launched

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Saturday, July 14, 2007

Forex Dealers In Delhi

Following is the list of few forex dealers in New Delhi.

LKG Forex

E-35, Lajpat Nagar. 1
Phone: 2981-7722/4466

Personnel Network
405 Saraswati House27, Nehru Place.
Phone: 2647-1745

Corporate Consultants
108 Madhuban 55 Nehru Place., Nehru Place.
Phone: 2629-1036

R R Sen & Brothers Pvt Ltd
50 & 68 World Trade Centre Ground Floor, Babar Road
Phone: 23412180/3044, 41606791-2

Deutsche Bank
28 ECE House, KG Marg
G-26 Main Ring Road, South Ext.Part 1
Batra Car Care Centre C/o HPCL, Humayum Road
Phone: 6601-6601

Varun Forex
326, Ansal Chambers-II, Bhikaji Cama Place
Phone: 9810010773, 26182848, 26106280

Wiseman Forex & Services (P) Ltd
2481-82/9 Gurudwara Road Karol Bagh, Delhi-05
Phone: 9810278488 ,25744566, 42542366

United Bank Of India
Oberoi Hotel, Dr. Zakir Hussain Marg, New Delhi
Phone: 011-24360133

Fincap Financial Corporation Ltd
G9, Aashirwad, D1, Green Park
Phone: 011-26856671

Frontline Forex (P) Ltd
78-79ScindiaHouse, Connaught Place
Phone: 011-23356080

Kwick Foreign Exchange Bureau
Shanker Mkt

Lkg Forex Ltd
E-1/35, GroundFlr, LajpatNgr
Phone: 011-26925252

Overseas Consutancy Services
T-2397, FaizRoad, KarolBagh
Phone: 011-25725716

Tuesday, May 29, 2007

Museum In New Delhi

National Museum, New Delhi

The National Museum in New Delhi is the largest museum in India. It holds variety of articles ranging from pre-historic era to modern works of art. It is run by the Ministry of Culture, part of the Government of India. The museum is situation on the corner of Janpath and Maulana Azad Road.

The museum has in its possession over 200,000 works of art, of both Indian and foreign origin, covering more than 5,000 years of Indian cultural heritage. Its rich holdings of various creative traditions and disciplines which represents a unity amidst diversity, an unmatched blend of the past with the present and strong perspective for the future, brings history to life. The collections cover archaeology, arms, armour, decorative arts, jewellery, manuscripts, paintings, etc.

National Rail Museum, New Delhi

The National Rail Museum is a museum in Chanakyapuri, New Delhi which focuses on the rail heritage of India it opened on the Ist of February, 1977. It is located in over 10 acres of land[1] with both indoor and outdoor exhibits. A toy train offers rides around its site on regular days. The Museum houses the worlds oldest operational steam locomotive the 1855 built Fairy Queen certified by the Guinness Book of Records

Shankar's International Dolls Museum

The International Dolls Museum is a large collection of dolls in Delhi, India. It was setup by K. Shankar Pillai, a political cartoonist.

The museum is located in the Children’s Book Trust building on Bahadur Shah Zafar Marg, New Delhi. It occupies a floor area of 5184.5 square feet on the first floor. A separate entrance with a winding staircase leads up to a foyer.

Inside, the Museum is divided into two equal halves. The two sections have over 160 glass cases, 1000 foot long, mounted on the walls. One section has exhibits from Europe, the U.S., Australia, New Zealand, Common Wealth of Independent States and the other from Asian countries, the Middle East, Africa and India.

Besides, dolls representing various countries, there is also a special display of over 150 kinds of authentic Indian costume dolls. These were made at the Dolls Workshop attached to the Museum.

The museum is open from 10 a.m. to 6.00 p.m. without any lunch break. The ticket counter closes at 5.30 p.m.

Areas And Zones of New Delhi