Category Archives for tisya

Passport for minor in India

online passport application form for minor

As promised I am back to lock horn again with the Passport office. Three years back I had a tough time to reissue passport after expiry of 10 years. But this time its for my sweetheart little baby. She now has a Date of Birth Certificate , a Pan Card and a Postage Stamp of her own 🙂 Next target to get her the passport. Though the best & most authentic source for information on procedure, … Continue reading

13. June 2011 by Amit Gupta
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My Stamp for my daughter

My Stamp - Panchatantra - Indipex 2011

This is super cool. Better late than never. I was super excited by the anouncement of India Postal Department to launch My Stamp this year at INDIPEX 2011 (Held at Pragati Maidan, Delhi). The scene there was chaotic there with hundred of philatelic enthusiasts  wanting to grab chance of lifetime. So how could I miss it 🙂 So I went there on the first day of the exhibition. And here are the stamp sheets for Tisya.

09. April 2011 by Amit Gupta
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love you facebook

tisya & papa

Love the facebook’s tagging feature with face detection.  It identifies tisya and my face as one.

14. December 2010 by Amit Gupta
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Pan Card for Minor in India

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My Daughter got her Pan Card issued on  at the age of Four Month and Nine Days (09 June 210). By far this has has been the most wonderful experience of mine dealing with any government agency or should I say the only agency which offered a truly world class service experience. I applied pan card for my four month old daughter (Tisya Singhal) online through NSDL. The form seems to be very simple and … Continue reading

15. July 2010 by Amit Gupta
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Birth certificate for minor in Gurgaon

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The Cradle provided a birth certificate for my daughter. Little did I realized that it only has a emotional and ornamental value and no legal validity. So we got it framed it nicely (Thanks to Tushina) and it occupies a place of pride in our bedroom. I was told that as a procedure hospital has already send the notification to the municipal authorities about child birth. The birth certificate can be collected after 21 days from the MCD office, … Continue reading

14. July 2010 by Amit Gupta
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