September 20th, 2014 moiblog
Keeping up with our tradition of helping people to stay updated with the recent changes and development in society, this week we created and revised content for several pages. We updated maps on Assembly polls to highlight the polling dates in the poll-bound states. In the education section, content was updated on pages like top MCA and LL.B institutes in India. Google maps were added for BBA colleges in different cities. Besides, maps related to Delhi metro were also updated and many assembly constituency maps were also created. In My-India section, 34 new articles were added, such as excise duty concession on consumer goods, advantages and disadvantages of social media, junk food vs healthy food, tax filing for NRIs, etc. Also 7 articles and 2 blog articles were added in ....Read More →
September 6th, 2014 moiblog
This week content was updated on Andhra Pradesh and Telangana index pages, Mars Mission of India and also 4 hotel content was added on hotels pages. Besides, new city maps were added for Nohar, Merta and Sojat City. A new page on Onam festival was also made live. The site hindi.mapsofindia has new pages on Delhi metro and also 15 videos were added in universe section. A page on yoga exponent B. K. S. Iyengar was also added. Here is this week’s selection of interesting reads: Mars Mission Major Attractions of Onam Celebrations B.K.S. IYENGAR : The King of Yogis
August 30th, 2014 moiblog
Finding your way could be tough, more so when you are charting a new route or embarking on a journey to explore a new destination. Losing your way could make you face many unforeseen circumstances ranging from running out of your precious time to getting exhausted to the hilt! But you need not worry; true to its name, mapsofindia keeps you updated with the new routes and maps of all the destinations. Keeping this in mind, last week 11 maps were updated. Also, content was updated on several states for assembly polls and district level maps. 9 new pages, including Mumbai metro map, were also added on the site. Here is this week’s selection of interesting reads: Flood Affected Areas in Assam Maharashtra Districts Mumbai Metro Map
August 9th, 2014 moiblog
“Where to stay?” is a question that always looms large on any traveller’s mind while he decides to chart a new route and explore a fresh destination. Even if one is visiting a place that he has been familiar with, the question still needs a re-visit, for the simple reason that just like a place, the hotels there may change for better (or for worse). The regulation, the management, the menu, the facilities, the service and what not, anything can change without even giving you a trace of it. But you need not worry, keeping up with the tradition, mapsofindia keeps you updated with the hotels in different regions of India. Keeping this in mind, last week content was updated for ‘Hotels in India’ in different states, where hotels in Tirupati ....Read More →
August 2nd, 2014 moiblog
Elections epitomise the quintessential spirit of democracy. In India, people look forward to electoral battles with as much zeal and fervour as they celebrate festivals. At MapsofIndia (MoI), it has always been our effort to keep you posted of the latest developments in the life of the nation. We were happy and excited to treat our visitors to a sumptuous coverage of the mega event of General Elections 2014, and bye-elections to the three Assembly seats held in Uttarakhand, where Congress made a clean sweep, in a major boost to the Harish Rawat government in the state. After these events that caught the imagination of the people in recent months, the team MoI is all set to cover every aspect of the bye-elections for the Assembly seats in Bihar, and the ....Read More →
July 26th, 2014 moiblog
Travelling to newer places could be enjoyable only if you know them well in advance. But it’s not true for the places you are visiting without having any knowledge about them, for there may be uncharted routes, adverse climatic conditions, unpredictable laws and customs, and many other unforeseen situations waiting for you to unfold. To help travellers around the globe, we always try to make things easier and more approachable for them. Keeping this in mind, last week we updated content under tourism section, where, travel to Jabalpur, travel to Kedarnath, travel to Udaipur, travel to Almora and several others content was updated. Several maps like that of Uttar Pradesh, Gujarat, including Google Maps for Hotel Management Colleges and B. Ed Colleges in different cities of India were updated. Besides, 13 ....Read More →
July 23rd, 2014 moiblog
This is the season when new session begins in colleges. As usual the tussle to choose between the college and the courses offered remained the same. To ease this out, we updated the cut-off lists for admission to various colleges, including Bharati College, Daulat Ram College, Deen Dayal Upadhyaya College, Dayal Singh College, Gargi College, Hans Raj College, Hindu College, Kirori Mal College, Miranda House and many more. My-India section got updated with 26 new articles. Also, this week content on numerous pages like chief ministers & governors of Indian states, Ministry of Home Affairs, Prime Minister’s office was updated. Under the tourism section, travel to Kerala, travel to Karnataka and Meghalaya tourism content was updated. Several maps like that of Delhi, Surat, Rajkot, Jamnagar and Gandhinagar also got modified. Several river ....Read More →
April 30th, 2014 moiblog
Despite extensive spread of higher educational institutes in India, there still needs a lot to be said about the overall quality. The problem is reflected in low employability despite the large number of graduates and post-graduates being churned out by the educational machinery. Also, Indian universities seldom make it to among the top rated ones in the world. What have we overlooked? Read more here.
April 24th, 2014 moiblog
Based on the bestselling novel 2 States, a movie by the same name was released recently. But for the average movie-goer, there is confusion because of the highly polarised reviews. Some praise the movie for capturing a sensitive story, while others slam it for sheer pedestrian production. Here's our take.
April 17th, 2014 moiblog
With the election to India's 16th Lok Sabha--and thus, the next prime minister--in full swing, we thought to being some interesting posts to your attention this week. A stable India under Modi? Different Prime Ministers of India Election roundup: Modi's interview, and more With Congress on the back foot and missing a strong PM candidate, it looks like Modi is taking up more and more attention of the nation!