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distant_memory

Member Since 04 Sep 2003
Offline Last Active Apr 04 2008 08:31 PM
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In Topic: BLOOD DONATION CAMP

08 February 2008 - 10:06 PM

Thank you. I think it's good for the general public to know about the process of screening that takes in Nepal and that certain protocols are adhered to.

In Topic: Visa to go to india?

06 February 2008 - 11:12 PM

QUOTE (chamatkaribaba @ Feb 6 2008, 06:01 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
There is no train discount for a student if u are not studying in any Indian Institution. If u are studying in any indian institution, then, there is special form that will be issued by that institution and you get around 50% discounts in Sleeper Class.

I think the 90% discount that Dipeshmnm is talking is only to Indian Tours by Nepalese Students studying in Nepal. Such tour should be authorised by ur institution in Nepal and you should get prior permission from Indian Embassy, Kathmandu. This is not the rule that always give u but as a benevolent Concession which so far my knowledge, are being used by IOE, Pulchowk Students.

Nepalese Passport is more than enough and in fact the best source to show that u are nepalese national.

If u have master/vissa/credit card, u can buy ticket online. that's not a problem at all and u do not get any concessions as ur facts senario tells that.

Plus, If there is no train, u can take Bus Service. Just google for Indian Railways and there u can get trains list as ur needs.

I travelled whole of rajasthan by Bus last year and have really no idea how train service is there.

Udaipur is amazing place, u would really enjoy!


i am a little disappointed with not being able to claim the discount though...since it's going to be quite an expensive trip, i have to be tight fisted. i found a train from baroda to ahmedabad which is 2.5 hrs and then an over night train to udaipur...i'm still on the look out for a train from udaipur to jodhpur...i think there is a change at Marwar. and i am able to purchase the tickets online, unfortunately i need a delivery address in india...anyway i'll sort something out. thank you for help.

In Topic: About A level!

06 February 2008 - 10:26 AM

QUOTE (Saurav @ Feb 1 2008, 01:30 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
in 2008 is there any institude or school or college for o level plz i want the school man...............&


I think a lot of schools offer O levels. Shuvatara, Rato Bangalal, Malpi...

In Topic: BLOOD DONATION CAMP

06 February 2008 - 10:24 AM

I know Nepal is quite short of blood and blood donation camps are a fantastic way of getting that resource. However, I am a bit concerned as to whether you do any tests to see whether the donor is safe or not. Like the donor could have many diseases such as Hep B, C, HIV...

How do you guys go about screening people in a proper ethical manner? And also here, in the UK, only people of certain weight are allowed to donate to prevent anysort of problems to themselves,...do they do that in Nepal or you guys just glad of the free blood coming your way.

In Topic: Visa to go to india?

06 February 2008 - 10:18 AM

QUOTE (chamatkaribaba @ Feb 3 2008, 01:27 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Nepalese People do not need even Nepalese Passport to travel to India but it is advised to have something with you as an identity card which shows that U are a Nepalese National.

oh ok...I'm planning to go to India for two weeks, I dont have a nagarikpatra but a Nepali passport, guess that would be suffice. I dont have anything to state I'm a nepali student other than my profession in my passport.

Also I plan on ordering all the rail tickets online, so that I dont have the hassle of it there, so how do I get my student discount?

And does anyone know how to get from Baroda to Udaipur and Udaipur to Jodhpur...there doesnt seem to be a train service.

thanks.