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Saturday, June 30, 2007

1.3 Million Affected By Floods In Pakistan

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Villagers flee after their homes were destroyed by flood in Pakistan's tribal area of Khyber near Afghanistan's border, Friday, June 29, 2007. Hungry victims of monsoon-spawned floods rioted Friday, protesting slow, meager aid reaching their marooned villages where many feared the receding waters would yield numerous corpses. (AP Photo/Mohammad Zubair
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Friday, June 29, 2007

Monsoon death toll rises

clipped from www.itv.com
Monsoon death toll rises

Tens of thousands of people on the east coast of India are clearing out of the path of a storm approaching across the Bay of Bengal
Monsoon death toll rises

2.27, Fri Jun 29 2007

The monsoon season has brought storms and floods to much of South Asia, killing more than 500 people in Afghanistan, India and Pakistan over the past week.

Hardest-hit has been Pakistan. Rescuer workers in the country are struggling to reach communities cut off by floods affecting 900,000 people.

In India, tens of thousands of people are fleeing an approaching storm.

A cyclone struck Pakistan's southwest Baluchistan province on Tuesday, killing about at least 230 people.

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Sunday, June 24, 2007

How much sleep do we need..........

How Much Sleep Do We Need?

Between the seventh and eighth hour is when we get
an hour of REM (rapid eye movement) sleep, the time when HGH is released,
the mind repairs itself, grows new connections and puts it all together.
REM sleep occurs about every 90 minutes,
the periods of REM sleep get longer as the night progresses.
If you're a six-hour sleeper, you're missing that last,
opportunity to repair and to prepare for the coming day.

Lack of sleep has recently been linked to the rise in obesity;
loss drives down the growth hormone (HGH)
which controls the body's proportions of fat and muscle, as well as the hormone, leptin.
With lower leptin levels your body will crave carbohydrates even though you've had enough to eat.
(University of Chicago)

Establish a regular, relaxing bedtime routine that will allow you to unwind
send a "signal" to your brain that it's time to sleep.
Follow a sleep routine as regularly as possible, even on the weekends.

Don't read, eat, or watch television in bed.
Your bed should be associated with sleep.
If you can't fall asleep after 30 minutes, don't stay in bed tossing and turning.
Get up and do something that relaxes you,
as listening to soothing music or reading, until you feel sleepy.
Try to clear your mind; don't use bedtime to solve your daily problems


By Asha ArorA










Saturday, June 23, 2007

"How to disable a STOLEN mobile phone?

To check your Mobile phone's serial number, key in the following digits on your phone:

* # 0 6 #

A 15 digit code will appear on the screen.

This number is unique to your handset.

Write it down and keep it somewhere safe.

Should your phone get stolen,

you can phone your service provider and give them this code.

They will then be able to block your handset so even if the thief changes the SIM card,

your phone will be totally useless .

You probably won't get your phone back,
but at least you know that whoever stole it can't use/sell it either.

If everybody does this, there would be no point in people stealing mobile phones."

Taipei Times - archives

Taipei Times - archives: "Tens of thousands flee violent storms in Andhra Pradesh

Sunday, Jun 24, 2007, Page 5

Three days of heavy rain and flash floods has left 41 people dead and forced more than 55,000 from their homes in India's southern Andhra Pradesh state, officials said yesterday, sparking a major relief operation.

'We have opened up 95 relief camps ... for 56,000 displaced people and also brought in 200 medical teams to contain the spread of water-related diseases,' said Preeti Sudan, the state's disaster management commissioner.

At least 45 people were reported dead and officials said many others, including fishermen out at sea, were missing after the tropical storm hit coastal regions of the state on Friday.

Coastguard boats were looking for the missing fishermen, who went to sea despite weather warnings, and were distributing food, fresh water and medicine to a huge rural population, some stranded on the roofs of houses and vehicles or up trees."

© 2007 AFP - Noah Seelam

Indian villagers in a flood-affected area in Andhra Pradesh. Three days of heavy rain and flash
 floods killed 57 people across several Indian states and forced more than 100,000
from their homes, officials said Saturday.

© 2007 AFP - Noah Seelam

57 die in rain, floods in India

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Three days of heavy rain and flash floods killed 57 people across several Indian states and forced more than 100,000 from their homes, officials said Saturday.

The southern state of Andhra Pradesh was the worst hit with 32 dead, down from the previous official toll of 41 as missing people thought to have perished were found.

More than 100,000 people had been evacuated to 95 relief camps, officials said.

Some people feared dead were "traced stuck in trees half-a-kilometre away and have since been rescued in boats," the state's chief minister Rajasekhar Reddy told a news conference in its capital, Hyderabad.

Incessant rains since Thursday night dumped almost 200 millimetres (eight inches) on low-lying areas in three districts, causing rivers and streams to flood.

Most of the deaths took place in the southwestern district of Kurnool.

A disaster management official told AFP there was concern about the situation in Kurnool, where the Kundu River has overflowed and marooned Nandyal, a town of approximately 150,000 people.

Rains had weakened but were expected to continue through Saturday.

State officials said the flooding had disrupted road, rail and air traffic, and caused power and telecom failures.

In neighbouring Maharashtra state, 15 people died in house collapses from heavy downpours and lightning strikes, the Press Trust of India reported.

Another 10 deaths were reported from coastal Kerala state.

Hundreds of people die every year in India due to extreme weather. More than 100 people perished in a heatwave across northern India earlier this month.

Friday, June 22, 2007

six [6] glasses of water (1.5 liter) everyday. ..

six [6] glasses of water


(1.5 liter) everyday .. 


Drink six [6] glasses of water (1.5 liter) everyday and avoid medicine,


tablets, injections, diagnosis, doctor fees etc. You can never believe


before practicing. 


1.    Early morning, after you get up from bed, (without even brushing

your teeth) drink 1.50 litters of water i.e. 5 to 6 glasses. Let us all

know that ancient Indians termed this therapy as

 " USHA PAANA CHIKITSA ". You may wash your face thereafter.

2.    Here it is very essential to note that nothing else, neither
nor solid food of any sort should be taken within 1 hr. before

 and after drinking these 1.5 litters of water.

3.    It is also to be strictly observed that no alcoholic drinks shall

be taken the previous night.

4.    If required, boiled and filtered water may be used for this purpose.

Is it possible to drink 1.50 litters of water at one time? This is a BIG QUESTION?

 To begin with, one may find it difficult to drink 1.50 litters ofwater at one time,

 but one will get used to it gradually. Initially, while practicing you may drink four

 glasses first and then the balance two glasses after a gap of 2 minutes. Initially

 you may find the necessity to urinate 2 - 3 times within an hour, but it will

become normal after quite some time.

By research and experience, the following diseases are observed to be cured

 with this therapy within the indicated days as below:
Constipation      --  1 day
Acidity          --  2 days.
Diabetes          --  7 days.
Cancer            -- 4 weeks
Pulmonary TB      -- 3 months
BP & Hypertension -- 4 weeks

Here is the list of diseases that can be cured by this water therapy:

1.Head Ache
2.Urogenital diseases
3.Blood Pressure / Hypertension
4.Hyper acidity
5.Anemia ( Blood shortage)
6.Gastro - entities
7.Rheumatism (Pain in  joints/muscles)
9.General Paralysis
10.Rectal Piodapse
18.Eye diseases
20.Ophthalmic Hemorrhage & Opthalmia|
22.(Reddish eye)
24.Irregular Menstruation
27.Pulmonary Tuberculosis
28.Uterus Cancer
30.Breast cancer
31.Kidney stones

It is advised that persons suffering from Arthritis or Rheumatism should

 practice this therapy thrice a day i.e. morning, mid day and night, 1 hour

 before breakfast, lunch and dinner for one week and twice a day

subsequently until the disease disappears.


Consuming ordinary drinking water by the right method purifies human body.

 It renders the colon more effective by forming new fresh blood, known in

medical terms as Haematopaises. That the mucousal folds of the colon and

intestines are activated by this method, is an undisputed fact, just as the

 theory that new fresh blood is produced by the mucousal fold.  If the colon

 is cleansed then the nutrients of the food taken several times a day will

be absorbed and by the action of the mucousal folds they are turned in to

 fresh blood. The blood is all-important in curing ailments and restoring

health and for this water should be consumed in a regular pattern.


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Thursday, June 21, 2007

Aga Khan University supporting ‘green’ initiative - ‘An Inconvenient Truth’

Aga Khan University supporting ‘green’ initiative - ‘An Inconvenient Truth’: "Subah-e-nau (SN) (www.greenpakistan.org) and The Monthly Subh-e-Nau have been working on raising awareness, advising policy and conducting practical programmes for improving the environment and public health in the country for more than a decade now.

For improving tree cover in the country, SN has planted over 50,000 trees with a survival rate of over 80 per cent. Some of the projects SN is actively involved in include Legislation for Organ Transplantation, Consumer Protection Law, and the Karachi University City Forest Project.

From the hottest year in 2005 to disasters such as the Tsunami and South Asian Earthquake in the last few years, global warming is making its effects felt, claiming a heavy toll on life and livelihood of the people. This Oscar winning movie is considered an 'eye opener' for people from all walks of life. With newly emerging diseases and natural disasters predicted to result in millions of 'environmental refugees,' this movie holds special significance for the development community including medical and allied sciences.

Aga Khan University (AKU) and Subh-e-Nau, an Environment and Public Health Concern are pleased to invite all to the screening of Al Gore's Oscar winning movie 'An Inconvenient Truth'"

Tuesday, June 19, 2007


Ensure that this handbook is in the glove box at all times.
A well equipped first aid kit with bandage,
pain relief spray, antiseptic cream, anti-allergic like Avil, Aspirin,
mosquito repellent cream or spray like Odomos.
Car drivers with diabetes, blood pressure, asthma or illness for
which they take prescription drugs , should keep a stock of their
medicines in the car.
In a disaster- like situation instead of trying to reach home,
first reach the nearest acquaintance. Try to minimise travel.
Lower your window panes while driving through water logged areas.
Carry out pre-monsoon checks of batteries, tyres, electrical
wiring, engine, maintenance of your car including wipers
and top -up the fuel of your car during the monsoon.
Initial light rains will mix with the dust and oils on the road to produce
a very slippery surface. Such conditions must be treated with extreme
caution as tyres tend to have less grip on slippery surfaces.
Ensure that your tyres have the recommended air pressure and
sufficient tread depth.
Install in your car mobile battery charger and ensure your FM Radio is
in working condition to tune into announcements. Ensure that you
have at least one CDMA cell phone in the car. It seems that CDMA
phones worked more effectively than the GSM phone during an

Afghan officials: Over 100 killed in southern battle - CNN.com

Afghan officials: Over 100 killed in southern battle - CNN.com:
"'Tornado of flames' kills nine firefighters

Fire swept through a furniture warehouse, collapsing the
building's roof and claiming the lives of nine firefighters
in a disaster the mayor described Tuesd ..."

Monday, June 18, 2007

GIS News:The new German radar satellite, TerraSAR-X launched

GIS News:The new German radar satellite, TerraSAR-X launched: "The new German radar satellite, TerraSAR-X launched
Google Earth urged to blur images of potential terror targets
Infotech gets five major contracts in the first quarter of 2007
MAPPS vs US, MAPPS loses lawsuit
Leica Geosystems to Open 'Geomatics Center of Excellence' in Texas
Thinking About GIS: Geographic Information System Planning for Managers- 3rd edition released
Greenwich GIS data goes online
NVision, Magellium, and Pole Star sign marketing agreement
Quantum GIS 0.8.1 Released
GeoLytics releases Geocoder version 4
Spy satellite Ofek7 launched"

Thursday, June 14, 2007

Blood Donation and its Importance ( Practical )



The earliest documentation of blood transfusion is found
in the religious text of many civilizations. The first documented
demonstration of blood transfusion was between two dogs by
Richard Lower in 1665.
Landsteener discovered the ABO Blood Group system in 1901,
which is one of the most important landmark discoveries in the
Transfusion Medicine. In the 1970s voluntary donors were
accepted as blood donors. These donors were later on found to
 people having high-risk activities and the recipients were found
to be suffering from liver diseases. This lead to another
discovery of Hepatitis B transmitted by donated blood. Since
then testing for the hepatitis B antigen was implemented and
 this together with cessation of paid donors reduced the
incidence of post transfusion hepatitis. Further studies also
made us to include tests for Malaria, Syphilis, AIDS, and
Hepatitis C to make the donated blood as safe as
 possible to the recipient.
 What is blood?
One can almost say that blood is that magic potion which gives
life to another person. Though we have made tremendous
discoveries and inventions in Science we are not yet able
to make the magic potion called Blood. Human blood has
 no substitute. Requirement of safe blood is increasing and regular
 voluntary blood donations are vital for blood transfusion services.
 Who can donate blood?
Eligibility criteria for blood donation
Donor should be between 18-55 years of age with a weight
of 50 kg or above with pulse rate, body temperature and blood
 pressure should be normal. Both men and women can
donate. There are only few conditions in which donors are
permanently excluded. The donor with history of epilepsy
, psychotic disorders, abnormal bleeding tendencies, severe
asthma, cardiovascular disorders, malignancy are permanently
 unfit for blood donation. Donors suffering from disease like
 hepatitis, malaria, measles, mumps, and syphilis may donate
 blood after full recovery with 3-6 months gap. Also people
who have undergone surgery, blood transfusion may safely
donate blood after 6-12 mths for woman donors who are
 pregnant or lactating blood is not taken as their iron
reserves are already on the lower side.
 How much blood can be taken?
Our body has 5.5 ltr of blood of which only 350 ml - 450 ml
of blood is taken depending upon weight of donor. Majority
 of healthy adults can tolerate withdrawal of one unit of
blood. The withdrawn blood volume is restored within 24
 hours and the hemoglobin and cell components are
restored in 2 months. Therefore it is safe to donate blood every three months.
 What is done with the blood collected?
The blood collected in sterile, pyrogen free containers with
anticoagulants like CPDA or CPDA with SAGM. This
 prevents clotting and provides nutrition for the cells.
This blood is stored at 2-6 C or -20 C depending on the
component prepared. Donated blood undergoes various
tests like blood grouping antibody detection, testing
of infections like hepatitis, AIDS, Malaria, syphilis
and before it reaches the recipient it undergoes
compatibility testing with the recipient blood.
 Modern Blood Transfusion Practice:
Modern blood transfusion basically deals with the optimal
 use of one unit of blood. One unit of whole blood is
separated into components making it available to different
patients according to their requirement. Thus one unit of
blood is converted into packed cell volume, fresh frozen
plasma, platelet concentrate, cryoprecipitate and
granulocytes concentrate.
Another important practice is apheresis. This is separation
of only desired component from the donor and return the
 remaining constituent back to donor. This technique
 is also used for remaining pathological substance in patients.

Withdrawal of blood for transfusion is regarded as a safe
procedure now and blood donor has emerged as the single
most vital link
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So this year my dear friends 'Donate Blood ' and give somebody a GIFT OF LIFE . 

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Tuesday, June 12, 2007

Global Platform for Disaster Risk Reduction Bulletin June 12, 2007

Aga Khan Development Network, Princess Zahra. trackback

The first session of the Global Platform for Disaster Risk Reduction (Global Platform) was held from 5-7 June 2007, at the Centre International de Conférences de Genève, in Geneva, Switzerland. Approximately 1200 participants attended the session, including representatives from over 120 governments, 64 UN specialized agencies and observer organizations, and 54 non-governmental organizations (NGOs). The meeting represented the primary multistakeholder forum for all parties involved in disaster risk reduction and aimed to raise awareness on reducing disaster risk, share experience, and guide the International Strategy for Disaster Reduction system. The meeting was preceded by a day of preparatory meetings, also held in Geneva.


Princess Zahra Aga Khan, Aga Khan Development Network (AKDN), outlined AKDN’s disaster risk reduction activities, including its actions following the 2005 Kashmir earthquake, and called for greater access to earth sciences skills and technology in developing countries. Michel Jarraud, Secretary-General, WMO, outlined the human and economic cost of disasters since 1980, noting that 90% were weather-related. He said WMO has worked towards improving early warning capacity and reducing loss of life. Jeff Gutman, Vice President, World Bank, noted the Bank’s emergency response programmes were increasingly emphasizing disaster risk reduction activities. He outlined how the Bank’s Global Facility for Disaster Risk Reduction, launched with ISDR and global donors, ensured disaster risk reduction elements were incorporated into reconstruction following disasters, and said the meeting should identify tangible Hyogo Framework results.

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What happens to Pepsi or Coke with Mentos or Polo

What happens to Pepsi or Coke

with Mentos or Polo

Last week a
little boy died in Brazil
eating MENTO S
drinking Coca-Cola / PEPS I together.

One year before the s
ame accident happened
with another boy in Brazil .
Please check the
t that has been done by mixing
ola (or Coka-Cola Light) with MENTOS .

So be careful with your self eating
d drinking COCA-COLA or PEPSI

For Health eating visit Health is Wealth



Thursday, June 7, 2007

Important Information For Disaster Relief (ICE - In Case of Emergency)


Dear Friends,
We all carry our mobile phones with hundreds of names/ numbers stored in its memory but yet nobody, other than ourselves, know which of these numbers belong to our near and dear ones?
In case we are involved in an accident and the personnel attending to us have our mobile phone but are unable to know which number to call to inform our near & dear ones or family members.
For this reason, we must have one or more telephone numbers stored under the contact name of 'ICE' (In case of
Emergency) in our mobile phones.
The concept of "ICE" has now started to catch up quickly. It is a simple, an important method of contact during emergency situations. As cell phones are carried by a majority of the population, just store the number of a contact person or persons who should be contacted in the event of an emergency under "ICE" (short form for In Case of Emergency).
The idea was thought up by a paramedic who found that when they went to the scenes of accidents, there were always mobile phones with patients, but they did not know which number to call. He therefore thought that it would be a good idea if there was a nationally recognized name for this purpose. Following a disaster in London, the East Anglican Ambulance Service has launched a national "In case of Emergency (ICE)" campaign. In an emergency situation, Emergency Service personnel and hospital staff would then be able to quickly contact your next of kin, by simply dialing the number stored as "ICE".

For more than one contact name simply enter ICE1, ICE2 and ICE3 etc in your contacts / phone book.
To propagate this useful idea please spread this email. It won't take too many "forwards" before a sufficient number of people are aware of ICE and are using this as well; which could ultimately save ones life, or put a loved one's mind at rest.

A great idea that will make a difference!
Let's spread the concept of ICE by storing an ICE number in our mobile phones today and making all our colleagues, friends and dear ones aware as well.



Saturday, June 2, 2007




Disaster Awareness: IMPORTANT: Watch Out


Disaster Awareness: TOLL FREE NUMBERS


Air-Lines In India
Indian Airlines - 1600 180 1407

Jet Airways - 1600 22 5522

SpiceJet - 1600 180 3333


Mahindra Scorpio - 1600 22 6006

Maruti - 1600 111 515

Tata Motors - 1600 22 5552

Windshield Experts - 1600 11 3636


ABN AMRO - 1600 11 2224

Canara Bank - 1600 44 6000

Citibank - 1600 44 2265

Corporatin Bank - 1600 443 555

Development Credit Bank - 1600 22 5769

HDFC Bank - 1600 227 227

ICICI Bank - 1600 333 499

ICICI Bank NRI - 1600 22 4848

IDBI Bank - 1600 11 6999

Indian Bank - 1600 425 1400

ING Vysya - 1600 44 9900

Kotak Mahindra Bank - 1600 22 6022

Lord Krishna Bank - 1600 11 2300

Punjab National Bank - 1600 122 222

State Bank of India - 1600 44 1955

Syndicate Bank - 1600 44 6655

Cell Phones

BenQ - 1600 22 08 08

Bird CellPhones - 1600 11 7700

Motorola MotoAssist - 1600 11 1211

Nokia - 3030 3838

Sony Ericsson - 3901 1111


Adrenalin - 1600 444 445

AMD - 1600 425 6664

Apple Computers - 1600 444 683

Canon - 1600 333 366

Cisco Systems - 1600 221 777

Compaq - HP - 1600 444 999

Data One Broadband - 1600 424 1600

Dell - 1600 444 026

Epson - 1600 44 0011

eSys - 3970 0011

Genesis Tally Academy - 1600 444 888

HCL - 1600 180 8080

IBM - 1600 443 333

Lexmark - 1600 22 4477

Marshal's Point - 1600 33 4488

Microsoft - 1600 111 100

Microsoft Virus Update - 1901 333 334

Seagate - 1600 180 1104

Symantec - 1600 44 5533

TVS Electronics - 1600 444 566

WeP Peripherals - 1600 44 6446

Wipro - 1600 333 312

xerox - 1600 180 1225

Zenith - 1600 222 004

Couriers/Packers & Movers

ABT Courier - 1600 44 8585

AFL Wizz - 1600 22 9696

Agarwal Packers & Movers - 1600 11 4321

Associated Packers P Ltd - 1600 21 4560

DHL - 1600 111 345

FedEx - 1600 22 6161

Goel Packers & Movers - 1600 11

UPS - 1600 22 7171


Edu Plus - 1600 444 000

Hindustan College - 1600 33 4438

NCERT - 1600 11 1265

Vellore Institute of Technology - 1600 441 555


Best on Health - 1600 11 8899

Dr Batras - 1600 11 6767

GlaxoSmithKline - 1600 22 8797

Johnson & Johnson - 1600 22 8111

Kaya Skin Clinic - 1600 22 5292

LifeCell - 1600 44 5323

Manmar Technologies - 1600 33 4420

Pfizer - 1600 442 442

Roche Accu-Chek - 1600 11 45 46

Rudraksha - 1600 21 4708

Varilux Lenses - 1600 44 8383

VLCC - 1600 33 1262

Home Appliances

Aiwa/Sony - 1600 11 1188

Anchor Switches - 1600 22 7979

Blue Star - 1600 22 2200

Bose Audio - 1600 11 2673

Bru Coffee Vending Machines - 1600 44 7171

Daikin Air Conditioners - 1600 444 222

DishTV - 1600 12 3474

Faber Chimneys - 1600 21 4595

Godrej - 1600 22 5511

Grundfos Pumps - 1600 33 4555

LG - 1901 180 9999

Philips - 1600 22 4422

Samsung - 1600 113 444

Sanyo - 1600 11 0101

Voltas - 1600 33 4546

WorldSpace Satellite Radio - 1600
44 5432

Hotel Reservations

GRT Grand - 1600 44 5500

InterContinental Hotels Group - 1600 111 000

Marriott - 1600 22 0044

Sarovar Park Plaza
- 1600 111 222

Taj Holidays - 1600 111 825


AMP Sanmar - 1600 44 2200

Aviva - 1600 33 2244

Bajaj Allianz - 1600 22 5858

Chola MS General Insurance - 1600
44 5544

HDFC Standard Life - 1600 227 227

LIC - 1600 33 4433

Max New York Life - 1600 33 5577

Royal Sundaram - 1600 33 8899

SBI Life Insurance - 1600 22 9090


Kurl-on - 1600 44 0404

Sleepwell - 1600 11 2266


CAMS - 1600 44 2267

Chola Mutual Fund - 1600 22 2300

Easy IPO's - 3030 5757

Fidelity Investments - 1600 180 8000

Franklin Templeton Fund - 1600 425 4255

J M Morgan Stanley - 1600 22 0004

Kotak Mutual Fund - 1600 222 626

LIC Housing Finance - 1600 44 0005

SBI Mutual Fund - 1600 22 3040

Sharekhan - 1600 22 7500

Tata Mutual Fund - 1600 22 0101


Asian Paints Home Solutions - 1600 22 5678

Berger Paints Home Decor - 1600 33 8800


Asian Sky Shop - 1600 22 1600

Jaipan Teleshoppe - 1600 11 5225

Tele Brands - 1600 11 8000

VMI Teleshopping - 1600 447 777

WWS Teleshopping - 1600 220 777


Club Mahindra Holidays - 1600 33 4539

Cox & Kings - 1600 22 1235

God TV Tours - 1600 442 777

Kerala Tourism - 1600 444 747

Kumarakom Lake Resort - 1600 44 5030

Raj Travels & Tours - 1600 22 9900

Sita Tours - 1600 111 911

SOTC Tours - 1600 22 3344


APC - 1600 44 4272

Numeric - 1600 44 3266


Consumer Helpline - 1600 11 4000

L'Or e al, GARNIeR - 1600 223 000

KONE Elevator - 1600 444 666

Indane - 1600 44 51 15

Aavin - 1600 44 3300

Pedigree - 1600 11 2121

Kodak India - 1600 22 8877

Domino's Pizza - 1600 111 123

World Vision India - 1600 444 550

Telecom Monitoring Cell - 1600 110 420
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