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  Dalhousie, named after Lord Dalhousie, is an enchanting little town, with a colonial hangover. Thick forests, wildlife, tranquil ambience and refreshing views of the far mountains draped in snow, attract nature-lovers and tourists alike. Set on five hills and facing the Pir Panjal range, one can catch spectacular views of the Ravi, Beas and Chenab rivers, from certain vantage points. Fold after fold of mountains, snow-capped and pristine, and spectacular landscape of Dalhousie sure warrants a visit. HISTORY When the British annexed Punjab in 1849 their Chief Engineer, Lt. Col. Napier was inspired by the surrounding natural beauty and aptly chose the land at the foot of the Dhauladhar range as a place to carve a town out of a hillside. Thirteen square miles were marked out and rented from the Raja of Chamba in 1853. Sir David McLeod (of McLeodganj fame) named the hill station after Lord Dalhousie,… Indian teen sex videos Honeymoon in Dalhousie Himachal PradeshRead more

Vegas: Ramping up slowly sanghoki

  “I equate gambling with being an asshole. If you don’t have a life, go to Las Vegas, you dick.” –Henry Rollins I should take offense to that. Instead, I laugh every time I hear it. I received a dubious reprieve this year. Questions were hashed and rehashed, decisions were made and remade, and when it all came out of the oven, I was “granted” a four-week leave from covering the World Series of sanghoki . This life change caused no small amount of consternation for this humble writer. More than half of my pscyhe was comforted by the change. It meant four more weekends to take my family on weekend day trips. It meant I got to watch my boy really swim for the first time. It meant I got to enjoy all of those comforts of home, carnal and otherwise, that I just don’t get in Las Vegas.… Vegas: Ramping up slowly sanghokiRead more

Mortgage approvals above average in February in race against stamp duty hike

  The number of mortgages approved to home buyers was higher than average in February as buy-to-let landlords rushed to beat a stamp duty hike. Bank of England figures showed that 73,871 loans for house purchase with a total value of £13 billion were approved in February – compared with an average of 70,991 over the previous six months. February’s figure was slightly down on the 74,085 mortgages given the go-ahead for house purchase in January. Some 40,749 loans worth £7.3 billion collectively were also approved for re-mortgaging in February, which is broadly in line with the six-month average, the Bank said. From Friday, people buying second homes, including buy-to-let landlords, will pay three percentage points above previous stamp duty rates when they buy a property. If you are looking forward to translate this content, contact Translation Agencies UK Earlier this week, the National Association of Estate Agents (NAEA) reported that… Mortgage approvals above average in February in race against stamp duty hikeRead more

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