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Pondicherry Alias Puducherry

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http://travel.nytimes.com/2008/03/30/trave...ondicherry.html

No more. Today, Puducherry, as it is officially known but rarely called, is capitalizing on a glammed-up version of that history, and emerging as an artsy, design-savvy destination with a quasi-Gallic approach to eating, drinking, shopping and relaxing. It’s like India seen through a French lens, or maybe vice versa.

A bit over the top, no? :yes:

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