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Old May 13th 2019, 1:57 am
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Originally Posted by EMR
You turn every thread into one of your silly off topic rambles..
It's time you took a rest.
Read your own post EMR---you introduced the topic of clean water and traffic congestion. Didn't you realise for once I agreed with you ---about traffic congestion!
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Old May 13th 2019, 7:05 am
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Originally Posted by Bipat
Read your own post EMR---you introduced the topic of clean water and traffic congestion. Didn't you realise for once I agreed with you ---about traffic congestion!
Once again, more rambling from you.
Try following threads , then you would not post so many silly stupid posts.
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Old May 13th 2019, 7:38 am
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Originally Posted by EMR
Once again, more rambling from you.
Try following threads , then you would not post so many silly stupid posts.
EMR this is not TIO, it is concerning topics related to India.
People such as PrestonJohn, scot 47, myself, who do know what they are talking about.

Your holiday impressions are interesting and important but no excuse for the rudeness that you habitually use elsewhere particularly about anything to do with India.

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Old May 13th 2019, 7:46 am
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EMR this is not TIO, it is concerning topics related to India.
People such as PrestonJohn, scot 47, myself, who do know what they are talking about.

Your holiday impressions are interesting and important but no excuse for the rudeness that you habitually use elsewhere particularly about anything to do with India.
More silly stupidity from you and I expect a lot more to come.
India is a fascinating country with some of the most polluted rivers and cities in the world.
Millions living in appalling conditions in those polluted cities.
Those are facts and as we all know the last thing you are interested in are facts.
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Originally Posted by EMR
More silly stupidity from you and I expect a lot more to come.
India is a fascinating country with some of the most polluted rivers and cities in the world.
Millions living in appalling conditions in those polluted cities.
Those are facts and as we all know the last thing you are interested in are facts.
Do you think that I don't know that EMR? (About India that is!!)

The FACT is it takes more than one three week visit to know the amazing differences north/south, east/ west of the 29 States.

Also the differences between cities, ten major (depends on definition), about 40 with more than a million citizens.

I think the Kerala citizen posters conveyed this to you on other threads. People living here will give you information, why not make use of it.
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Old May 13th 2019, 8:45 am
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Do you think that I don't know that EMR? (About India that is!!)

The FACT is it takes more than one three week visit to know the amazing differences north/south, east/ west of the 29 States.

Also the differences between cities, ten major (depends on definition), about 40 with more than a million citizens.

I think the Kerala citizen posters conveyed this to you on other threads. People living here will give you information, why not make use of it.
Why do you avoid any discussion on the issues that are negatively affecting 100s Millions Who live in India .
7 of the world's ten most polluted cities are in India.
There will never be change if people adopt your head in the sand atitude .
There is nothing I have posted that you can dispute ..
They are facts.
This year we will see more of India visiting at least 4 more cities as well as time in Delhi , no doubt as usual you will dispute anything we see during our travels ..

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Why do you avoid any discussion on the issues that are negatively affecting 100s Millions Who live in India .
There will never be change if people if people adopt your in the sand atitude .
There is nothing I have posted that you can dispute ..
They are facts.
This year we will see more of India visiting at least 4 more cities as well as time in Delhi , no doubt as usual you will dispute anything we see during our travels ..
EMR, those here do not avoid discussions. You get a lot out of context.
Any information, you ignore, or you call it rambling as you just have. Do you have any idea of the number of road deaths in India???

I have no idea where you got the army barracks on every street corner story!!!!
When I explained police wear a similar uniform as army and you may have mixed them, again the usual offensive reply.
Which cities will you be visiting next hols?


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Old May 13th 2019, 9:07 am
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EMR, those here do not avoid discussions. You get a lot out of context.
Any information, you ignore, or you call it rambling as you just have. Do you have any idea of the number of road deaths in India???

I have no idea where you got the army barracks on every street corner story!!!!
When I explained police wear a similar uniform as army and you may have mixed them, again the usual offensive reply.
Which cities will you be visiting next hols?
Even more rambling
Are you capable of a serious discussion. .
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To get a good idea of the air quality in rural India travel from Aurangabad to Mumbai by train. You travel across the Deccan and through the Western Ghats downwards to Mumbai. Its possibly one of the most beautiful journeys you can take on Indian Railways. The journey takes roughly 6 to 7 hours and the coaches are all seating.You leave at 6 am and arrive in Mumbai around 12.30 pm give or take 30 minutes.Starting in Aurangabad the air is quite clear but as you leave it becomes pristine and the Ghats are something else.You notice the contrast as you approach Mumbai-the smell from creeks and the rubbish dumps.Best way to see India is by train.
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Originally Posted by prestonjohn
To get a good idea of the air quality in rural India travel from Aurangabad to Mumbai by train. You travel across the Deccan and through the Western Ghats downwards to Mumbai. Its possibly one of the most beautiful journeys you can take on Indian Railways. The journey takes roughly 6 to 7 hours and the coaches are all seating.You leave at 6 am and arrive in Mumbai around 12.30 pm give or take 30 minutes.Starting in Aurangabad the air is quite clear but as you leave it becomes pristine and the Ghats are something else.You notice the contrast as you approach Mumbai-the smell from creeks and the rubbish dumps.Best way to see India is by train.
Agree with you about train. Trivandrum to Mumbai, or even the Konkan to Mangalore.
Good journeys, although first can be boring (too much beauty)

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Old May 13th 2019, 9:42 am
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Originally Posted by prestonjohn
To get a good idea of the air quality in rural India travel from Aurangabad to Mumbai by train. You travel across the Deccan and through the Western Ghats downwards to Mumbai. Its possibly one of the most beautiful journeys you can take on Indian Railways. The journey takes roughly 6 to 7 hours and the coaches are all seating.You leave at 6 am and arrive in Mumbai around 12.30 pm give or take 30 minutes.Starting in Aurangabad the air is quite clear but as you leave it becomes pristine and the Ghats are something else.You notice the contrast as you approach Mumbai-the smell from creeks and the rubbish dumps.Best way to see India is by train.
We will be taking our first train journey in India this year , on the high speed from Delhi popular with tourists heading for Agra for the day , although we are continuing South.
The skies in rural rajahstan were clearer than any we have seen for years.
With the aid of a telescope we could even see the rings of Saturn.
Very different to Delhi .
India is becoming a suburban, industrialised nation , the trend that all developing nations take, new mega cities with all that goes along with that..
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