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A culinary journey and wellness quest in Thailand Print E-mail

March 15, 2009
by Suvendu Banerjee/IANS (From Chiang Mai)

 

Four seasons hotel Chiang MaiNow is one of the best times for Indians to travel to Thailand. The Royal Thai government has exempted the fee for tourist visas for a three-month period beginning March 5.

And Thai Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajwa is personally heading efforts to revive the tourism industry and boost the country’s competitive position to offset the impact of the global economic meltdown.

A literal war has sparked off in the skies with Cathay Pacific announcing a promotional return fare of Rs.7,999 including taxes for its direct flight in the Delhi-Bangkok sector.

Taking full advantage of some of the special offers, I decided to embark on a culinary journey even though I have never really cooked in my life! The outstanding spas and wellness centres were another major attraction. On my arrival in Bangkok, by a comfortable three-hour-fifteen-minute Thai Airways flight, I connected straight to Chiang Mai, the beloved northern city of the Thais.

The range of experiences offered, apart from the good quality, low-cost accommodation, spanned from Thai cooking, Thai language and Thai massage classes. A lot of foreigners live in Chiang Mai part-time or all year round because of the extreme friendliness of the people. Located about 675 km north west of Bangkok, Chiang Mai has over 300 temples.

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Tourist and Expats home in Bangkok - Sukhumvit Print E-mail

July 23, 2008
by Amrit Rashmisrisethi

 

Sign of Sukhumvit RoadSukhumvit district is not only a commercialized place , it is Bangkok expat's home. Sukhumvit area is a hectic downtown and with luxouries hotels and condominiums. A large expat community and many tourists, means foreigners of all descriptions are especially well catered for when it comes to things to see and do here, day or night. And yet the bustle of the streets - especially the abundant pavement vendors and snarled traffic - still offers the relentless sensory bombardment that is so typically Bangkok.

Today, Sukhumvit is heart of the city , plenty of entertainment for all ages. Most of the embassies is located at the downtown. 

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Meet the Red Bull billionaires! Print E-mail

June 26, 2007

By Satya Adhar 

Red BullThe Forbes' list of billionaires has two gentlemen Chaleo Yoovidhya on the 279th position and Dietrich Mateschitz on 287th position who owe their fortune to Red Bull or Krating Daeng as we know it in Thailand.

Red Bull is the brand name of an energy drink that originated from Thailand and is now popular throughout the world. Sold as an energy drink to combat mental and physical fatigue, it contains caffeine twice as much as found in a can of Coke.

The person who made Red Bull famous in the world was Dietrich Mateschitz, an Austrian entrepreneur. Before launching, Mateschitz hired a market research firm to test Red Bull's acceptance. The result was a catastrophe. "People didn't believe the taste, the logo, the brand name," he recalls now with a smile. "I'd never before experienced such a disaster."

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Bangkok International Film Festival unfurls in July - focus on Asian Cinema Print E-mail

June 19, 2007

By News Desk 

BIFFMore than 100 films from about 30 countries including India will feature in the fifth Bangkok International Film Festival (BIFF) that is scheduled to be held from 19-29 July, according to the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT).

The festival, which was to be held in January, was postponed due to the unavailability of screening theatres. “But we are all set to go now,” said Chattan Kunjara Na Ayudhya, Chief Officer of the BIFF, who will be overseeing the festival, this year.

He stated that it would be a “streamlined festival, where we’ve trimmed off the excesses and added, “The focus will be on quality films which is really the heart of any film festival.” “This year, our main focus will be to provide the movie-loving audiences of Bangkok, with the films they’ve been waiting to see."

While there would still be a Red Carpet Opening night, it would be on a more modest scale as compared to previous festivals, in keeping with the Sufficiency Economy Theory of His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej. 

 

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Thailand Festivals: Royal Ploughing Ceremony Print E-mail
May 9, 2007
By Karun S.
 
Royal Ploughing CeremonyEvery May, the Kingdom of Thailand celebrates the Royal Ploughing Day in the Royal Field or Sanam Luang near the Grand Palace. While the religious rites welcoming the new planting season has remained unchanged since ancient times, the actual day of the ceremony varies from year to year as the date and time are set by Royal Brahmin astrologers.  This year, the ceremony falls on the 10 th of May 2007.

This Hindu rite reflects the Brahmin influence in Thailand and has been practiced for thousands of years in India, even before the origin of Buddhism. As Prince Siddhartha, Lord Buddha also took part in this auspicious ceremony.
 
Their Majesty the King and Queen are also present in this auspicious ceremony. His Majesty the King appoints the Ploughing Lord as his representative to carry out the holy rites. The ceremony not only marks the start of the new rice-growing season but also assures a successful planting season and an abundance of crops.
 
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Kingdom of Thailand celebrates Coronation Day Print E-mail

4th May, 2005

By Karun S. 

Holy Water for King Bhumibol's Coronation Ceremony May 5,2006Saturday, May 5 marks the 57th anniversary of the Coronation of His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej the Great. The day is celebrated as a national holiday.

Although Thailand is now a democratic nation, the people still holds the highest reverence for the Kingdom's Royalty. This can be seen as the nation comes together on the 5th of each year to celebrate the Coronation Day of the ninth King of the Chakri Dynasty.

Although His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej assumed his kingship on June 9, 1946; he was officially proclaimed the ninth monarch of the Chakri Dynasty in accordance with the ancient royal tradition on May 5, 1950. The anniversary of this day has been observed as a public holiday ever since. Every year, Thai people rejoice and express their affection and loyalty to His Majesty the King by organizing a celebration on his coronation day. On this day, His Majesty the King also presents royal decorations to those who have made valuable contributions to the country.

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Thailand Hinduism Print E-mail

By Rajiv Malik 

TempleHundreds of thousands of devotees participate every year in the nine-day Navaratri festival in honor of the Goddess at the Sri Mariamman temple in the heart of Bangkok, Thailand. The rush is so heavy that the adjacent Silom Road, a major thoroughfare, is closed to traffic for hours at peak times. This would all be quite typical for a Hindu temple in Delhi or Calcutta during any of our major festivals, but this is Thailand, and the Thai Buddhist devotees at this Navaratri festival outnumber Hindus ten to one. There are just 100,000 Hindus in Thailand, mostly relatively recent immigrants, with about eleven Hindu temples. But Hinduism, which first arrived here from South India over 2,000 years ago, permeates Thai religion and culture. Consider, for example, that the King has his own brahmin priest of Thai ancestry, or that the Thai script is based upon the South Indian Grantha script.
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Happy Songkran! Print E-mail
Songkran
 Sawasdee Pee Mai
Songkran" is a word from the Sanskrit language which means to "move into" and refers to the orbit of the sun moving into Aries. It marks the end of a 12-month cycle and the beginning of a new solar year. Songkran is therefore the Thai New Year celebrations.

This traditional Thai custom of merry-making is the Kingdom's most 'sanuk' (fun-filled) festival, celebrated with tremendous enthusiasm, nation-wide, once a year. In most parts of the country, Songkran extends over a period of 3 days.
 
Known the world-over for its characteristic tradition of water-throwing ranging from a courteous sprinkle or a polite splash, to harmless water pistols and showers from garden hoses to the well-aimed bucket or water-cannon delivered in a festive spirit. Without a doubt, on the practical side, Songkran is a refreshing solution to "beating the heat" in the hottest season of the year. There is a however a much deeper significance to "Songkran". 
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Reading Paint @ Gallery Soulflower launched in Bangkok Print E-mail
Gallery SoulflowerThe best way to describe “Contemporary Art’ is art produced in the present to depict this very moment in time.  Yesterday marked a significant first in Thailand’s art world as Gallery Soulflower launched the Kingdom’s first modern Contemporary Indian Art exhibition entitled Reading Paint.

H.E. Latha Reddy, Indian Ambassador to Thailand was the Chief Guest of the Opening Reception and truly appreciated the paintings displayed in the gallery.
 
Natasha Tuli of Gallery Soulflower describes the gallery as a place where you can see ‘good art from new and upcoming artists from all over India.’  
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How Darlie toothpaste got its name? Print E-mail
DarlieWe have seen Darlie toothpaste in almost all the shopping places in Thailand. It was never available in India but has been pretty popular in South East Asia, Hong Kong and China. It has an interesting story related to its name.

Darlie (Traditional Chinese: 黑人 hēirén, or "black man")
is a toothpaste brand of the Hong Kong based company Hawley & Hazel. It was bought in 1985 by the US corporation Colgate-Palmolive. At that time the original name was "Darkie". Darky, or darkie, is a racist term used primarily in the Southern United States to refer to black people. The package featured an image of a wide-eyed, smiling dark-skinned African male wearing a top hat and tie.
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The ISKCON Controversy Print E-mail
ISKCON LogoIt all started with a post on the Thaindian forums here from Mr. Souvik Datta who mentioned that the ISKCON temple in Bangkok is actually not a part of ISKCON as we know it and the president of the temple falsely claims it to be an ISKCON temple. He also showed a letter from Governing Body Council member of ISKCON, His grace Kabichandra Maharaj which can be accessed here .

This was echoed by several others forumists and it seems that there is something wrong in the entire scheme of things. Thaindian did some research and found something worth sharing:
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"Inheritance" presents the legacy of Rabindranth Tagore to Indians in Bangkok Print E-mail
By  Joyeeta Ray
Dhritiman in Bangkok
On March 2, 2007, eminent Indian Actor Dhritiman Chaterjee (best known for his performances in some of Satyajit Ray’s films and the most recent Indian production ‘Black’ where he played the physically handicapped protagonist’s father) together with the talented singer Shreyashi Mitra, hosted a riveting bi-lingual (Bengali and English) show in Bangkok, ‘Inheritance’, quenching the thirst of a select group of Indians seeking traditionally rich cultural programs in Bangkok.
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Ranga-Rang Print E-mail
Ranga Rang
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Results of the HoliBolly contest Print E-mail

The time to announce the winners of HoliBolly contest has come. The response was overwhelming and almost 70% of them were correct. Yes, the Media Partners of the HoliBolly show are indeed www.thaindian.com and Sawasdee India Radio FM 98.75!

The winners are:

1. Nini Chawla

2. Sweety S

 

Congratulations to the winners and to all those who participated. A few surprise gifts may be in store for some of you!

Keep clicking!

 

 
Indus adjudged the best Indian Restaurant for 2006 Print E-mail

February 21, 2007

Indus made a history of sorts by grabbing the award for "Best Indian Restaurant in Thailand" at the Annual Bangkok Dining & Entertainment Awards 2006 event held at the Shangri La hotel. 

 

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Nagesh Kukoonoor announces Bombay to Bangkok Print E-mail
Bombay2Bangkok “When I have eight original scripts, I don’t think I’d be interested in making a remake,” said new-age director Nagesh Kukoonoor at the launch of his romantic comedy film Bombay to Bangkok under the banner of Mukta Searchlight yesterday. (Ironically not many know that his last film Dor was a remake of a Malayalam film Perumazhakkalam).
 
The film stars Shreyas Talpade and Thai actress Lena Christianson. Speaking at the occasion, producer Subhash Ghai adjudged Nagesh as a “great director” with whom he had delivered a quality film in Iqbal that raked in the moolah at the Box Office besides winning many awards.
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Eminent Actor/Artiste Shri Dhritiman Chatterji in Bangkok Print E-mail
Dhritiman Chatterjee Shri Dhritiman Chatterjee, has been a prominent contributor in the parallel or independent cinema in India, with filmmakers such as Satyajit Ray, Mrinal Sen and Aparna Sen, among others. He has also worked in English with well-known filmmakers such as Jane Campion and in Hindi with Mani Ratnam and Sanjay Leela Bhansali. He has received several acting awards and has been on the jury of the National Film Awards. Some of his notable film includes Black, 36 Chowringhee Lane, 15 Park Avenue, Guru, The Holy Smoke, The Perfumed Garden, Agantuk (The Visitor ) are to name a few.

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HoliBolly's two pair of tickets up for grabs Print E-mail
Here's something exciting for you. Just answer this simple question and win a pair of tickets for the HoliBolly Party @ Conrad .

Q.  Who are the media partners of HoliBolly Night?

Send your answers along with your phone numbers by e-mail to This email address is being protected from spam bots, you need Javascript enabled to view it
 
Kindly note that the winners will be selected by random picking and the decision of thaindian.com will be final and binding. The last date for sending your answers is 28th February. 
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Who is more mentally challenged - them or us? Print E-mail
the performers February 18, 2007 - It was an enlightening experience.  For the first time in life I came across mentally challenged children.  And I was into tears, those of happiness, seeing them dance with such energy and sing from their heart.  You were introduced to the performers in an article here . Now, I will tell you about the show ‘Big Wonders’ that could have stirred you and touched your soul.

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A unique chance to win an autographed cricket bat! Print E-mail
cricketersJogani Entertainment is running a charity auction to raise funds for the unprivilegded children.

Former Indian wicket keeper Farokh Engineer has kindly donated this bat for auction. The bat has been signed by some of the world Famous Cricketers like Andrew Flintoff, Sachin Tendulkar, Rahul Dravid, Clive Llyod, Shane Warne, Anil Kumble and Virendra Sehwag.

The auction will be conducted at the Charity Indian Bollywood Concert at Chalermkrung Theater on 18th February.
 
Specially gifted kids perform in Bangkok Print E-mail
Take a look at these kids and you will know why they are so special. They are of the ilk who have never complained but have strived to make their lives beautiful. A bright spark in their little eyes so much full of hope, courage and calmness will make you forget their disabilities.
 
It is called "BIG WONDERS" and rightly so - a Hi-technical variety entertainment programme presented by special children is quite spectacular, amazing and thrilling. As they say "The programme once seen is remembered forever". 
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Dabur acquires oncology unit from Biosciences in Thailand Print E-mail

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9-Jan, 2007

Dabur Pharma Limited announced today that it has acquired the entire oncology (anti-cancer) sales & distribution business from its partner Biosciences Co. Ltd in Thailand for an undisclosed amount. The acquisition has been done through its wholly owned subsidiary in the country.

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Sania is out of the Pattaya Women's Open Print E-mail
Sania Mirza
Sania Mirza lost 6-4, 7-5 to Gisela Dulko of Argentina in the semi-finals of the USD 170,000 WTA Tour event in Pattaya on Saturday.
Dulko won the first set after breaking Sania's serve at 4-4 and then there was no looking back for her.  Dulko took the first set 6-4 then had to battle hard to win the second 7-5.
Dulko said she was delighted to have made it through.''It was a very tough match because Sania is a very good player,'' she said. ''Sania hits hard with her whole body but I got the right result and it is very good to be in the final."
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Guru appeals to all sections of the community! Print E-mail
Already a big hit in different parts of the world, Maniratnam’s Guru did exceedingly well in Thailand also. The shows were full and the reactions from all the quarters were positive.

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Bollywood Quiz II Results Print E-mail

The winners of the Bollywood Quiz II are:

First Prize:

Vikas Kongwad

Second Prize:

Nisha Malani

Santosh Singh 

 

Congratulations to all the winners! 

 
Bollywood Quiz II Print E-mail
Here comes the Bollywood Quiz II with attractive prizes to be won. Start cracking now!
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Thaindian proudly announces special discount offer on "Guru" movie tickets! Print E-mail
 Abhishek in Guru
Guru is being touted as a one of the best movies of the year wherein the Little "B" comes out of the shadow of the Big "B". Rediff says "Guru is fuelled by a slew of strong performances. Abhishek Bachchan owns the movie, forcing audiences to sit up straight as it begins and making us laugh and applaud as he carries on."

Film Critic Naresh Kumar goes on to say "What words shall be used to describe a cinematic masterpiece like ‘Guru’. Mani Ratnam’s flawless direction and Abhishek Bachchan’s superlative performance simply leaves you speechless by the end of the film."

Avail the special discount offer from thaindian.com and check out the movie for yourself.


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The Quest Foundation in Thailand: Promoting J. Krishnamurthy's teachings Print E-mail

JK stampJiddu Krishnamurti was undoubtedly one of the greatest philosophical minds of the 20th century. His entire adult life was spent giving passionate discourses on the myriad ways the human mind turns to self-delusion in its never-ending search for psychological fulfillment.

Few people know that an organization exists in Thailand whose objectives are inspired by the teachings of J Krishnamurti.

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58th Republic Day celebrated in Bangkok Print E-mail

Jan 26, 2007 Ambassador's Speech

Indian Ambassador to Thailand H.E. Ms. Latha Reddy hoisted the Indian national flag at the Indian Embassy this morning before a large gathering of Indians on the occasion of Republic Day of India.

The ambassador then read out the President's Republic Day eve address in both Hindi and English.

Children from MIS, Bangkok and members of the Indian Women's Club rendered Indian patriotic group songs in Hindi and Telugu. The photo gallery can be accessed here.

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The American School of Bangkok (ASB) organizes Sukhumvit Fair 2007 Print E-mail

J anuary 20, 2007 

It was certainly a Fun Filled Night with lots of activities to enjoy. There were stall games, raffles, wheel of fortune and many others.

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Jet Airways implements aggressive expansion plan Print E-mail

January 9, 2007 jetlogo

Jet Airways (India) Ltd. today announced aggressive expansion plans for 2007 and beyond, which will propel it into one of the world’s leading airlines, in Bangkok, Thailand. 
          “It is indeed apt for us to be holding Jet Airways’ first international press conference of the year here in this beautiful capital city, because as you already know, Bangkok will become the 50th destination on Jet Airways’ network in exactly two weeks’ time”, stated Jet Airways’ Chairman, Mr. Naresh Goyal, who flew into town especially for the event. 

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...and the fun continues Print E-mail

Another wonderful meet up full of fun, food and games, comes to an end. Kudos to all who attended and the voulunteers especially Saybill & Nisha, who made it happen. We also thank our sponsors Indian Garden Restaurant (Complimentary meal for a couple) and Mrs. Balbir's Indian Restaurant (20% discount coupons for the winners).

 The attendees are talking and lets just listen to them on the forum . Pics are available here.

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Narayanamurthy's talk on corporate governance & social responsibility Print E-mail

NR NarayanamurthyThaindian.com proudly presents the video of the talk delivered by Mr. N R Nrayanamurthy, Chief Mentor of Infosys on September 7th, 2006 at Grande Sheraton Sukhumvit, Bangkok. This has only been possible by kind permission & support of ITBF (India-Thai Business Forum) & AIT (Asian Institute of Technology)

The video can be watched here. You will need to sign in to view it.


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Meet up # 3 Print E-mail

It’s time for meet up # 3 which is the first meet up of 2007. Anyone following the forums knows that something has been cooking for sometime and is official now!

So that's going to be the first fun-filled, super rocking get-together of This New Year 2007 to be held at Lumphini Park @ 3:00 p.m. on January 14, 2007 (Sunday).
 
Its going to be different in many ways:

a) The lead organizers are volunteers and anyone interested can join them.
b) It’s a casual, picnic kinda stuff – may remind you of your college days.
c) No Invitations will be needed or sent out – people interested in joining may just go to the forum here and post their names. This is needed to ensure that we can have a proper estimate of numbers.

To check out the format of the meet up, updates and contribute your ideas, kindly visit the forum here.

 

Meetup # 2

Meetup # 1 

To become  a member of the thaindian.com, kindly REGISTER

yourself here. Its fast, easy and free!

 
Pravasi Bharatiya Divas (PBD): Where does Thailand figure? Print E-mail

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A lot of interesting things happened during PBD 2007 which came to an end on 9th January. As was expected the Prime Minister and the Finance Minister did lot of talking, praising the NRIs, urging them to invest more, declaring some favors for them and giving Pravasi Bharatiya Samman to the chosen few.


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Announcing the Launch of Education Section Print E-mail

 Thaindian.com is pleased to announce the launch of its “Education Section”. Right now we start with two sections viz. Information Technology and Management. The IT section has been started in association with Aptech, Thailand (www.aptech.co.th) and we thank them for sharing their knowledge with us.

We will add more sections and other relevant information subsequently. As always, we actively look forward to your feedback & contributions.

Click here to read more.

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1 killed, several wounded in string of Bangkok blasts Print E-mail

CNN Reports :

At least seven explosions have ripped through several areas of downtown Bangkok, killing one person and wounding at least 11 others, police tell CNN.

The Associate Press reported that a second person had died in Sunday's blasts, which came as residents prepared to celebrate New Year's Eve at midnight (noon ET).

Chief government spokesman Yongyud Maiyalab warned people to be cautious but not to panic.


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Attractive Discount offers for thaindian.com members! Print E-mail

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We present a unique discount offer only for the members of www.thaindian.com. Get attractive discounts for celebrating the New Year's eve at Indus – the renowned Indian Restaurant.

As you party with some of the well known names including DJ Varin, DJ Jimmy & Belly Dancer Kanari, get an authentic Indian feel with the trendy and hip crowd.

Check out the offer:

Buffet Dinner + Open Bar (11 PM to 3 AM)
Normal Price: THB 2,500
For thaindian.com members: THB 2000

Party Ticket (Open Bar)  (12 AM to 3 AM)
Normal Price: THB 1,500
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Normal Price: THB 1,500
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Drop a mail to us requesting for bookings. Following terms & conditions apply:

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6) In case of any dispute, the decision of thaindian.com management will be final.

 
Earthquake in Taiwan disrupts internet service Print E-mail

Telecommunications across Asia were disrupted on Wednesday after an earthquake off Taiwan damaged undersea cables, jamming Internet services as voice and data traffic vied for space on smaller cables and slower satellite links.

The quake disrupted services in Taiwan, Singapore, Hong Kong, South Korea and Japan, but a ripple effect was felt in other parts of the world. Many phone subscribers could not get through to Europe, regional telecommunications operators reported, as they raced to reroute their traffic to alternative lanes.

We are seeing really massive outages in a spread of countries in East a nd Southeast Asia,” said Todd Underwood, chief operations and security officer at the Internet monitoring firm Renesys. “This is a much broader effect than you see in most natural disasters.”  

Financial companies and businesses in the region were hit hard, as online banking and communications between financial markets and traders were affected. The stock exchanges in Tokyo and Hong Kong said they were working without problems, and traders found ways to complete their transactions.

The earthquake, which Taiwan authorities said registered a magnitude of 6.7, struck off the island’s southern tip Tuesday evening. Several major cables were cut, according to telecommunications executives, including the Asia Pacific Cable Network, which links North and Southeast Asia, and the SEA-ME-WE-2 link, which stretches from South Korea around the Eurasian land mass to the Netherlands.

 

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Grand opening of "Tikki - Flavors of India" Print E-mail

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It is being touted as a much needed hang out for the "chat-starved" Indian community in Bangkok. Located just adjacent to the Indian Hut, Tikki is a  perfect escapade for people who adore the authentic Indian chat taste. It opens from 8 AM to 7 PM and offers Aloo Tikki, Dahi Bhalla, Paani Puri, Paneer Cheela, Kanji Vada, Papdi Chat and more. "We also plan to bring "Jalebis" for the residents of Bangkok" says a visibly enthusiastic General Manager Mr. C J Singh.

The "Tikki" can accomodate 35-40 people at any point of time and will be available for chat parties also.

The "Tikki" was inaugrated on 17th December by Mr. Mahendra Singh Daga, Chairman of Allied corporation (Thailand).
pic2The who's who of the community were present in the inaugral ceremony. The owner Mr. Amorn and his son-in-law Mr. Christian Muller were also present to grace the ceremony and welcome the guests.

They guests included Mrs. & Mr. Neel Kothari, Mr. Hare Ram, Mr. A Jaleel, Mr. Dinesh Agrawal, Mr. Atul Baxi , Mr. Anil Modani , Mr. Avinash Patel, Mr. Hemant Jain , Pol Col Rachapol Thongon ,Mr. Surendra Daga , Mr. Gulzar Sharif , Mr. Alok Khurana, Mr. Sanjeev Bilala , Mr. JR Jain , Mr. Rajnikant Patel , Mr. S. Kumar , Mr. Jameel Buksh , Mr. Nirmal Jain, Mr. Sanjay Shah, and Mr. Parambir Singh Makhni. 

 

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Farewell 2006 & Welcome 2007! Print E-mail

Its time to bid adieu to 2006! It was a wonderful year although I had my share of ups and downs. But isn't this what life is all about? Walking down the memory lane I think of incidents which would change my course of life in time to come.

F ew of my  dreams were fulfilled while some are still waiting divine approval - In any case, God can see farther than I can. In the year bygone, I have grown old for sure but to be true to myself I have grown up also. Nothing to complain and no hard feelings. I can go on and on but let me draw a line here and anyways who cares of my musings!

Well, we do!

Yes, we invite you to pen down your "musings" and send to us at This email address is being protected from spam bots, you need Javascript enabled to view it . Tell us how do you feel at the end of the year and what do you expect from the coming year. Share your dreams, aspirations and resolutions with us.

Shortlisted "musings" will be published and Top two "musings" will receive prizes worth upto THB 500 each! The word limit is 100 to 200 words and the last date for sending your entries is January 10, 2007. Any queries can be directed to This email address is being protected from spam bots, you need Javascript enabled to view it

 
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