Metro Tourism Part IV Delhi

This is Part IV in a 5 Part Series on Metro Tourism. In the first three parts we covered Mumbai, Chennai and Bangalore. Today we go to Delhi. The links are indicative only and will, hopefully, take your thoughts to areas of your interest. Last few weeks, we have rushed through different subjects. Those who missed earlier Series, please access my Face Book page or blog@ Some friends were enquiring about absence of C V Subbaraman's mails/response in groups. Babusenan hàs informed me that CVS was away in interior Udupi (where communication links are weak) attending a Yoga camp. M G Warrier New Parliament House Delhi Metro Tourism Part IV Delhi A Delhi : National Capital B New Parliament House C Delhi : History Delhi, the capital of India has a strong historical background. It was ruled by some of the most powerful emperors in Indian history. The history of the city is as old as the epic Mahabharata. The town was known as Indraprastha, where Pandavas used to live. In due course eight more cities came alive adjacent to Indraprastha: Lal Kot, Siri, Dinpanah, Quila Rai Pithora, Ferozabad, Jahanpanah, Tughlakabad and Shahjahanabad. D Tourist places in and around Delhi E Restaurants in Delhi F Leisure Returns to Goa from Delhi to crack a joke... In India jokes are yet to be taxed, despite taxing jokes. But in New Zealand, all tax avenues are dried up, and... Hope we'll consider taxing at least barking and biting. G Quotes on Delhi H Bonus : 1) Warrier's Views Have compassion towards professionals M G Warrier Through this blog post, I am sharing a writeup received through social media. I’m honouring the writer’s request not to edit before sharing. The writer is not known to me personally. Sharing his concerns, because I am convinced that today many professionals irrespective of their background and skills are facing similar dilemmas. Many of them do not have the time or inclination or resources to withstand and fight the kind of allegations and attacks they face in the course of performance of their assigned duties. Admitted that no rules or regulations can insulate a professional from consequences of mistakes or errors in judgement. But, as individuals, each one of us can refuse to add insult to injury when we come across a genuine mistake or error of judgement on the part of a trusted professional, leaving the law to take its course. Read on : 2) Media Response October 12, 2022 Speed matters This refers to your editorial "Bubble economics" (October 12). In administration of justice, the saying is, "Justice delayed, is justice denied". The principle holds good in governance and economics and any other field where time matters. In reward and punishment also when things get unduly delayed their role as incentive and disincentive gets diminished. When experts judge works done decades ago and rate for rewards, others do not get an opportunity to assess the value. Research about the pros and cons of action taken decades ago would be like postmortem of bodies buried years before. Many of the factors weighed then would be judged irrelevant with passage of time. Just as all equations and values in the global economy have undergone changes post-pandemic. M G Warrier Mumbai Published on October 13, 2022 :


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