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Chicco Cortina Travel System

by on Jul.28, 2011, under Travel

For those who are looking for travel system for their babies, Chicco Cortina travel system is the right thing to try. Chicco, the largest baby item manufacturers of Europe has introduced a wide range of travel systems with different features. They come in different shapes and colors.

As the car seat and stroller of the Chicco Cortina travel system are integrated well, they are very easy and convenient to use. These handy travel systems help to move your toddler easily from place to place. Of all the available travel systems, Chicco Cortina Travel System has been able to make its stand because the first and foremost thing that it focuses on is your baby’s safety. Chicco knows that, the first thing that comes in every parents’ mind is keeping the loved one safe, be it their first child or fifth child. Different consumer reports and reviews have ranked the Chicco Cortina Travel system as one of the top most safety provider. The car seats of all the Chicco Cortina Travel System has a 5-point harness that helps the baby to stay secured in the car. Chicco has done extensive researches to ensure safety to your toddler that is of the same level as race car drivers. You can rest assured about your baby’s safety once you tuck him or her to the stroller or car seat.

All the Chicco Cortina Travel system comes with ‘Memory Recline’ in their seats that helps it to remember the way the position it has been placed before even after the travel system has been fold up. It allows the seat to pop up into the previous comfortable position for your baby without you having to rummage the seat. The travel systems of Chicco are available in affordable prices and as they are really durable, you do not need to think about having to frequently buy the travel system. The leg rest of the Chicco Cortina Travel System can be adjusted for maximum comfort and as all the wheels of the strollers have special suspensions in them, the ride for your baby is bump free and smooth. The Chicco Cortina Travel System has a laminated canopy that can be adjusted according to the need to protect the baby’s eyes from the sun’s rays.

Most of the products either prioritize looks or comfort and in most cases if you have one, you have to compromise the other but Chicco has been able to prove this theory wrong. They offer designer travel systems and you can choose your one from the varied range of colorful travel systems. They also come in different sizes for different sized babies so you do not have to worry about whether your baby would fit in comfortable in the travel system. Chico has a ‘Happiness Laboratory’ that observe the things that babies like and they implement those in their travel systems. For this reason, you can be sure that your baby would be comfortable in the travel system. The car seat of the Chicco Cortina Travel Systems are plush cushioned that gives the toddlers a comfortable place to ride with you. Also, as the car seats of Chicco’s travel system are narrower than that of other travel systems, there is no chance of your baby sliding around as your baby would snugly fit inside the seat. It is also easy to put the travel system together as it comes with illustrated instructions. All in all, the Chicco Cortina Travel system is the best travel mate for your baby.

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    What Is Indian Standard Time (IST)?

    by on Jun.17, 2011, under Travel

    Originally, all time on Earth was some local apparent solar time, the time on a sundial, so every city had its own time. When well-regulated mechanical clocks became widespread in the early 19th century, each city began to use some local mean solar time. The first time zone was created in 1847 by railroads on the island of Great Britain using GMT. Sandford Fleming of Canada proposed worldwide hourly time zones in 1879. By about 1900, almost all time on Earth was in the form of standard time zones, only some of which used an hourly offset from GMT. Many applied the time at a local astronomical observatory to an entire country, without any reference to GMT. It took many decades before all time on Earth was in the form of time zones referred to some “standard offset” from GMT/UTC. Nepal was the last country to adopt a standard offset, shifting slightly to UTC+5:45 in 1986. Daylight saving time or Summer Time, an advance of one hour, is mandated by many countries between spring and autumn. Computer operating systems use either UTC or a local time zone to time stamp events.

    Indian Standard Time is the time observed throughout India and Sri Lanka, with a time offset of UTC+05:30. India does not observe daylight saving time (or other seasonal adjustments, although DST was used briefly during the Sino-Indian War of 1962 and the Indo-Pakistani Wars of 1965 and 1971.After independence in 1947, the Indian government established IST as the official time for the whole country, although Kolkata and Mumbai retained their own local time for a few more years. Indian Standard Time is calculated on the basis of 82.5 E longitude, which is just west of the town of Mirzapur, near Allahabad in the state of Uttar Pradesh.

    The country’s east-west distance of more than 2,000 km (1,200 mi) covers over 28 degrees of longitude, resulting in the sun rising and setting almost two hours earlier on India’s eastern border than in the Rann of Kutch in the far west. Inhabitants of the north-eastern states have to advance their clocks with the early sunrise and avoid the extra consumption of energy after daylight hours. In the late 1980s, a team of researchers proposed separating the country into two or three time zones to conserve energy. The binary system that they suggested involved a return to British-era time zones; the recommendations were not adopted.

    In 2001, the government established a four-member committee under the Ministry of Science and Technology to examine the need for multiple time zones and daylight saving. The findings of the committee, which were presented to Parliament in 2004 by the Minister for Science and Technology, Kapil Sibal, did not recommend changes to the unified system, stating that “the prime meridian was chosen with reference to a central station, and that the expanse of the Indian State was not large.”

    Though the government has consistently refused to split the country into multiple time zones, provisions in labour laws such as the Plantations Labour Act, 1951 do allow the Central and State governments to define and set the local time for a particular industrial area.

    Want to know the time in india? Visit us at www.timeinindia.org.

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