The pictures on this Instagram page will inspire you to travel by train again

Indian Railways — one of the world’s largest railway systems that runs over 12,500 trains every day — is more than just the country’s transport lifeline. For the 23 million passengers who use it daily, it is almost a way of life — with a unique charm and special rhythm of its own. Capturing the nostalgia associated with the train travel in India is a crowd-sourced community page on Instagram titled Window Seat Project which has been ruling the social media platform for quite some time now. The pictures and…

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Reasons to Stay in the UK for Your Holiday This Year

There are plenty of wonderful travel destinations globally that offer visitors an exciting experience. From the Far East to beautiful Latin America, anyone who travels around the world can see diverse and interesting cultures, historical landmarks or simply relax on a sunny beach. However, a lot can also be said for spending your holiday where you live, especially if you live in the UK. With the Peak District, Snowdonia and National Parks, there is a lot to see and do in the United Kingdom. Even if you enjoy spending time…

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What’s on in Cheshire this Summer?

Cheshire has a great deal to offer the prospective tourist.It’s home to a wealth of rolling green countryside, and there’s plenty to see and do.It boasts excellent transport links with the nearby urban areas of Liverpool and Manchester, and it’s home to several high-quality hotels.With that in mind, let’s take a look at some of the things that we might get up to in the county this summer! Golfing break Summer is the perfect time to play a few rounds of golf.Fortunately, Cheshire is home to many high-quality golf courses.Of…

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The gut-wrenching moment whale-watchers missed this spectacle

THIS is the moment a boatload of whale watchers became the unluckiest tourists in Australia. An adult humpback whale put on a spectacular show off Sydney’s northern beaches earlier in the week — but right at the moment the mammal majestically breached high in the air, each of the tourists’ heads were turned the other way. Here’s a closer look. The gut-wrenching moment was captured by British photographer and whale watching “addict” John Goodridge, who told the Daily Telegraph the tourists were a mere five metres from the whale. “You…

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Tourists are obsessed with this small English village and no one knows why

AN ORDINARY English village is dealing with an extraordinary mystery. Asian tourists are flocking to Kidlington, Oxfordshire, by the busload — and none of the locals can understand why. It was about a month ago residents first noticed packed tour buses arriving in the village — which has a population of about 13,700 — and they’re continuing to arrive in droves. The village doesn’t have a particularly unique history and it has no obvious attractions, locals say. Still, packs of curious tourists pour out of the buses each week, peering…

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Could the iPhone 7 come with an edge-to-edge display, like this?

Apple’s brand new iPhone SE only officially went on sale today, but the iPhone 7 rumors keep rolling in with the latest reported leak suggesting it may have an edge-to-edge display. A photograph of the reported handset has appeared on Chinese social networking site Weiboand shows a potential new design. It suggests there will be larger bezels at the top and bottom of the phone, but the screen will reach both the left and right hand edges of the phone. Don’t get your hopes up The rounded corners of the…

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Take a Back-up of Your Device with this Back-up Software

These days, work is carried more on laptops and desktops instead of pen and paper. Using and maintaining physical files has reduced as people prefer to store all their important files and documents on their laptop or desktop. Since computer is a machine, a fault may crop up anytime which might result in loss of all your data. This does not mean that you should stop saving your important data on this machine. This simply suggests that you should maintain a backup of all your important files and other relevant…

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This monolith is an intriguing and strange sight

IT’S millions of years old, weighs in at an estimated 10 million tonnes, is more than 200m high and has a curious history. But it’s unlikely you would have ever heard of — let alone seen — this intriguing giant. That’s because the Rock of Guatapé monolith (also known as El Peñol) is far removed from the typical “attractions” on offer at the well-trodden tourist trails of our favourite destinations such as Bali and Thailand. Due to its far-flung location in Guatapé, Colombia, the fascinating rock is well-known amongst locals…

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IBPS clerk results: No interviews this year after main exams?

In all likelihood, the Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) won’t conduct any interview for clerk posts this year. According to media reports and sources close to banking sector, IBPS is all set to scrap the interviews this year. Also, there is a possibility that IBPS may introduce psychometric test for the IBPS clerk aspirants. Moreover, IBPS is set to declare the scorecard soon on its official website after they get final nod and clarification from the concerned authorities. The director has requested to follow IBPS website for further information…

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