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Dollar vs rupee quarrels in foreign officials' households
But she was told that doing so would violate the rules under which she was employed with the consular official. Because the domestic helps travel with the diplomatic officials on an official passport, their seeking employment outside that household …
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Discovery's 'Dude, You're Screwed'
Survivors must push themselves harder to generate the same thrill level and the line between a test of skill and outright danger is getting blurred. In the movies, blood lust as entertainment is old hat, from “The Hunger Games” to “Surviving the Game …
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Twelve Days of Drag: Miss Richfield 1981
Where else can you buy a calculator, a gallon of milk, an artificial Christmas tree, a car deodorizer, and feminine products, while you're waiting to have your passport photo taken? Really … It's all about me getting a dog and meeting Mr. Right Now …
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UK Programme to Assess Visa Feedback

UK Programme to Assess Visa Feedback
The British Deputy High Commission in Chennai has announced that it would implement a pilot programme to gauge reaction and operability of the 'Passport Pass-Back Service'. The programme is aimed at simplifying the application process for visas to the …
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Online applications for UK's E-Visa Waiver from January 1
There is no need to provide biometric information (photo and fingerprints), attend a visa application centre or hand in the passport in advance of travel. Those intending to study or stay in the UK for more than six months, work, get married or …
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Canada plans to charge foreign tourists electronic application fee
Visitors would apply through the Citizenship and Immigration website by entering biographic details, passport and background information — the kind of data now requested by officers at Canadian entry ports or in a visa application, says a recently …
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There have been way too many things that could have gone wrong recently, things that if chance had been against us, could have ended our circumnavigation adventure. We’ve had to grapple with the beurocrats to get the last of our visas, get a replacement for my broken frame and I had to cycle while trying not to cause further harm to my legs, having crashed a few weeks ago.

I managed to get my Iran visa pretty swiftly though, and did the initial part of the appliation for the Turkmenistan transit visa, so with that all sorted, I hopped on my damaged bike and pedalled with my swollen legs towards the fabled silk road city of Samarquand. Each time I bent my knee at the top of the pedal stroke, I would get a pain in my quad muscles which made the cycle a cumbersome affair. Normally in such circumstances, I would put ice on the swelling. Of course I had no ice packs, but nature provided suitable cold, with the air temperature dropping down to around -3 degrees C or so. The weather wasn’t great for my bike though, as on a pretty miserable rainy day, some water had managed to get into the bearings of my bottom bracket (the bit that allows the cranks to spin), and each time I stopped, the water would turn to solid ice which prevented the cranks from spinning. I had to stamp on the pedals to break up the ice and get the whole lot
moving again. The water thrown up from my wheel also froze around the front chainrings and dereilleur which left me only able to use my big chainring, making the climbs a slow grind and putting even more strain on my knees. I arrived in Samarquand after an unplanned 165km days cycling, in the freezing rain, at night, and with the roads beginning to resemble an ice rink.

By then my new frame had been sprayed by KTM in Austria, which was then routed to Damian from Freewheel, where he popped in a lovely new Catlike helmet for me, my last lid being cracked after smashing my head off the road. The whole package was then FedEXed to Tashkent for me to collect when I returned to pick up my Turkmen visa. I was told the package would arrive on the 18th, but with my Uzbek visa expiring on the 22nd, I only had four days to get back to Samarquand, reassemble my entire bike and cycle the 350km to the border. It was very tight!

I met up with Fearghal in Tashkent where we both waited apprehensively outside the unnecessarily large and opulant Turkmenistan embassy. Fearghal had been up at 5 to put our name on the queuing list, which you would think is supposed to give some order to the proceedings. It didn’t though as the guard first let in his mates and the people who shouted the loudest and pushed the hardest. Eventually though, after 3 hours of waiting, we got in. I got a fright when a Japanese guy who was in front of us was told to come back in a week, his visa wasn’t ready. If that happened to us, we’d be truely stuck, as both our Uzbek visas would have expired by then. Luckily though, both of us got the required permission slips that had been approved by the ministry in Asgabat and we walked out with the last of our visas in our hands, we were both elated!! A serious celebratory piss-up followed, drinking a bottle of Champagnski and a litre of local vodka between us. We’re
both absolute lightweights these days when it comes to drinking and so it was a loud, short and very messy affair indeed!

The good fortuned continued and my frame arrived in Tashkent on time, so I jumped on the first train back to Samarquand, put my bike together and headed off towards the border. It was a very boring cycle, the road was flat, the weather was grey and murkey, and the scenery was dull and monotonous. I enjoyed the last of the Uzek hospitality though, each night staying overnight in the restaurant where I had eaten, and in some cases not being allowed to pay for my food. The problem with staying in a restaurant though, is you need to wait until all the clients leave, and many of them enjoy the vodka too much. One local insisted that I drink some vodka with him and despite the resistance from my stomach that was still very objectionable to alcohol after the aforementioned drinking session, I managed to down a couple of big shots. It was only after hiding my cup in my handlebar bag and by feigning nausea, that the guy stopped trying to ply me with booze.

I made it to the border on the 22nd with my legs feeling much better, a new frame on my bike and the last of the visas in my passport. Chance was with us and everything had gone according to plan, I just hope our luck continues.

Judith Kerr and the story behind The Tiger Who Came To Tea
"He'd been warned by somebody he'd never met, a policeman, that they were trying to take his passport away. A crowd of … He wanted us all out of Germany before the elections because he thought they'd hang on to us to get him back," says Judith Kerr.
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China's World: Why the Electric-Car Market Is Low Wattage
All that's required is a valid driver's license and a passport. And it's surprisingly cheap: eHi Car Service Ltd. charges the equivalent of just $ 25 a day for a Chinese-built Roewe with … On the supply side, state carmakers dropped the ball, says …
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Nepal deports foreign tandem paraglider pilots in clampdown in Pokhara
… seasonally in the country, many have worked under a tourist visa, which costs about $ 2US a day. However, at the start of October this year the Nepali Airsports Association (NAA) asked all overseas tandem pilots working in Pokhara to submit their …
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Travel and Tourism: Small Investments, Big Returns
Whenever I fly back from a trip outside the country, I'm always relieved to be carrying a U.S. passport, because the customs and immigration inspection lines for those who are not Americans or permanent residents always look an awful lot longer …
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US Travel urges Congress to speed up entry for foreign visitors
The report said that peak wait times for Customs processing this spring spiked as high as three hours and 20 minutes at Los Angeles and four hours and 40 minutes at Miami, according to data from Customs and Border Protection. The report said staffing …
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AngelList may expedite mainly seed rounds, but it's creeping into later and later stage financing. With its new … Gee and one of his co-founders jumped on a plane — the third co-founder couldn't come because he didn't have a passport (oh, America …
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38000 Passports Issued In 2013; LoC Permit Forms Available Online
Expediting disposal of pending passport applications, the Passport Office Kashmir has issued 38000 passports in nine months since January this year. Moreover, to ease up the cumbersome process of collecting Line of Control Permit forms from the office …
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How to get an American passport when you're a foreign citizen
A: Normal processing time for a US passport application is currently around 4-6 weeks, according to the State Department. There is an expedited processing option available, which is estimated to take 2-3 weeks. This option can be used for new passports …
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What services are affected when the US government shuts down
The State Department will continue processing foreign applications for visas and US applications for passports, since fees are collected to finance those services. Embassies and consulates overseas will continue to provide services to American citizens.
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Today is the last day to register to vote
Monday is the last day residents can register to vote in the November election. Registration application forms can be downloaded online or picked up at a variety of locations, including any Harris County Tax Office location or U.S. post office. For …
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CAIR collects millions from foreign donors thanks to non-profit shell game
“In addition to violating its 501(c)(3) regulations, CAIR's undisclosed and hidden foreign donations amount to violation of the Foreign Agent Registration Act as well,” Reaboi continued. CAIR formed in 1994 by filing with the Department of Consumer and …
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Dichotomous Cuba: A THonline extra
We were instructed to store our travel license with our passports for five years and to anticipate having to explain to agents at passport control how it happened that our passports bear stamps from Cuba. LIFTOFF. Our departure point was the Miami airport.
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You cannot attack Nigeria while on diplomatic passports – FG tells foreign

You cannot attack Nigeria while on diplomatic passports – FG tells foreign
For instance, here in Nigeria, human rights groups are very strong and vocal which is good for democracy because these are the institutions that will sustain democracy for us. And we also know that foreign missions have been supporting … If any …
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Italy's interior minister survives vote over Kazakh deportations
Give us the truth,” Mr Casson appealed. Breaking … head of state, made a forceful intervention on Thursday, warning all sides not to “pull the plug” and risk damaging Italy's renewed confidence on international markets less than three months after …
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Julie Wassmer: Speak up if you want your Crown Post Office to stay
IF YOU think politicians are out of touch with the rest of us, then maybe it was no surprise this week when our MP stated that there would be 'no harm to the consumer' if our Crown Post Office service transferred into a shop. 'Harm' seemed an odd word …
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