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Why to Register Newsletter - January, 07

Wishing you and your family a very happy & fulfilling New Year. On this New Year, we present to you our newsletter, packed with interesting and useful information in an all-new format, themes and exclusive offerings. Every month our newsletter will bring to you three special themes focusing on the interests of executives, researchers, and tourists. Secondly, we will be presenting a downloadable calendar of the month, which you can save and use as wallpaper on your desktop. Also, our newsletter would carry a 'Value Offer' and a preview of our products and services from our associate We look forward to your inputs, suggestion and participation all through the year.

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An interactive application offering variety of thematic maps of India . The software allows you to customize map, plot points, zoom in, zoom out, and pan to a particular area of interest. You can also search, save at various DPI levels, and print maps in HTML format with or without overview map.
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Delhi has always been at the helm of historical moments that caressed or charred its soul since time immemorial. This is a city deep with history, rich in culture, adorned with splendid ancient and modern architectural marvels, and brimming with human diversity.

The capital of the state of Karnataka, Bangalore has earned the sobriquets "Silicon Valley of India", " Pub Capital of India", and "City of Gardens" among others.

The "Queen of the Arabian Sea"-Kochi is a beautiful natural harbor in India's "God's Own Country"-Kerala. If you are looking for succor for your harried bodies and souls, Kochi is the place to be.

The capital of Andhra Pradesh, Hyderabad represents a confluence of the old and new-it is known the world over for its 400-year-old Charminar as well as for its pearls, bangles, silks, I-T companies and mouth-watering cuisine.
Mumbai conjures up in our minds several images, where on the one hand it is a place rich in history, while on the other we are dazzled by its glitz and glamour. Mumbai is as much the land of Chatrapati Shivaji as it is the city of the fashionable celebrities and some of the biggest business houses.

In Focus
What's in a Name? What's in a Name?
What's in a name? You may wonder, but going by the naming (or rather renaming) spree in India, it seems there is so much to a name. 2006 saw a slew of Indian cities and states being renamed. To begin with, on February 27, the Assam Cabinet took a decision that Assam would henceforth be known as Asom, as Assam was an Anglicized version of the name Asom. October 13th saw the Uttaranchal Assembly approving a bill to change of name of the state to Uttarakhand. On November 1, India's very own Silicon Valley, Bangalore was renamed Bengaluru, which historically means "a town of boiled beans".
Rajasthan- The Tourist Hotspot Rajasthan- The Tourist Hotspot
Majestic palaces, miles and miles of desert, rich cultural traditions, mouth-watering food, a colorful, friendly and warm people-Rajasthan has all these and much more….whether it is the Pushkar Mela or the camel ride in the Thar desert, a visit to romantic Udaipur or a luxurious ride in the Palace on Wheels, Rajasthan takes you on a time travel to a bygone era. If you are a wildlife enthusiast, Rajasthan has many national parks and sanctuaries to mesmerize you. And, surprisingly, it has a hill station too. Mt. Abu, famous for its exquisitely carved Dilwara Jain temples.
India: The Emerging Capital of the World India: The Emerging Capital of the World
From a land of snake charmers and maharajas to an IT powerhouse, if there is one industry that has single-handedly changed the image of India, it is the IT and ITeS (IT-enabled Services) industry. India's IT industry has taken the world by storm, so much so that the word Bangalored is now used as a verb to denote a layoff due to corporate outsourcing of businesses to lower wage economies. Indian companies like Infosys, Wipro and TCS(Tata Consultancy Servives) have made a name for themselves not only in India, but across the globe and are giving foreign companies a run for their money.

Watch out in February Edition - Assembly Polls, Budget 2007