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Reliance GSM | R Com GSM Mobile  

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Anil Ambani-led Reliance Communications (RCom) has announced the launch of GSM mobile services.The service will be available in 11,000 towns and 340,000 villages next year onwards.

According to Anil Ambani, Reliance Communication has spent 100 billion rupees on expanding GSM services across India. Chairman Anil Ambani further added that R Com plans to spend a further 20-40 billion rupees on building 3G networks.Reliance GSM Mobile Services will be available in 11,000 towns/cities from Wednesday and the Reliance GSM network will reach around 24,000 towns in a few months.

Chairman Anil Ambani, who launched the services from the Reliance Centre here, said the rollout happened six months ahead of schedule, with the company having secured the frequency spectrum for the services only in January.

'What has taken other companies 15 years to achieve, we have completed in less than 15 months,' Ambani said, adding that the GSM telephony will complement the group's CDMA offering to give customers a wider choice.

'This massive GSM rollout marks the completion of our over Rs.10,000 crore worth of investment programme,' he said. 'We will be doubling our coverage to 24,000 towns and 600,000 villages over the next few months.'

The CDMA network of Reliance Communications, the country's second largest mobile phone company in terms of subscriber base, spans over 20,000 towns and 450,000 villages with 60 million clients, as per the company's website.

'Now, CDMA and GSM will be one integrated operation, one integrated brand,' Ambani said.
The launch of GSM services came just two days after the 76th birth anniversary of the company's late founder Dhirubhai H. Ambani. It was on his 70th birth anniversary Dec 28, 2002 that Reliance had launched its mobile phone services.

Soon after the services were launched, the shares of Reliance Communications were the second-best performing among the 30 scrips that go into the sensitive index (Sensex) on the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE), up 7.12 percent at Rs.228.

According to Ambani, the group is now gearing up for the launch of third generation services (3G) for which a capital expenditure of Rs.2,000-Rs.4,000 crore (Rs.20-40 billion) will be set aside.

The 3G mobile services allow not only much faster communications but also a wide range of applications such as high-speed Internet access, video calls, fast music and video downloads, interactive gaming and global positioning over the web.

'Our strategy has always been to serve all customers on a nationwide basis,' Ambani said, when asked if his group proposed to bid for pan-India 3G radio spectrum or four-five cities.


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Karnataka Election Results and News  

The counting for by-elections held for eight assembly constituencies has begun amid tight security.

It is estimated that around 74 percent of the 1.3 voters have cast their votes.

This election is very critical for the prestige of BJP as the four defectors Balachandra Jarkhiholi, K. Shivana Gouda Naik, Umesh Katti (all formerly of JD-S) and Anand Asnotikar (formerly Congress) are contesting as its candidates.

The BJP had won 110 seats in the May assembly polls, three short of a majority. But it formed its first government in south India with the support of six independents. Five of them were made ministers.

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www.apspsc.gov.in Group II result Group-2 Results APPSC  

APPSC Group II Results December 2008-apspsc--II
Andhra Pradesh Public Service Commission-APPSC has released Group 2 Results on December 29,2008 at 5 PM.The Results of the Group-II Services Recruitment (Advt.No.32/2007) is available simultaneously on the Notice Board of APPSC and in APPSC Website www.apspsc.gov.in.
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MHADA Application Forms The Maharashtra Housing & Area Development Authority (MHADA)  

Things you wanted to know about MHADA flat

1. The Maharashtra Area and Housing Development Authority (MHADA) has decided to release as many as 3,863 of its newly constructed flats in Mumbai in January 2009.

2. Application forms for buying these houses will be available at selected 15 HDFC branches from January 12 to January 30

3. MHADA forms for Tenements & Plots are available on MHADA website online at the following link:

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ptet 2008 Results Declared , www.ptet2008.org  

ptet 2008 results of 3rd counselling of Pre Teachers Entrance test declared.

Jai Narain Vyas University, Jodhpur, PTET-2008 Results (Pre Teachers Entrance test) declared its results for Science Faculty, Commerce Faculty and Arts Faculty.
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37 great inspirational quotations  

When I am down, depressed I search for great quotes for getting inspiration.
Here is a list I compiled today. Read and get inspired!!!

1. You can do anything you wish to do, have anything you wish to have, be anything you wish to be. - Robert Collier

2. Somebody should tell us, right at the start of our lives, that we are dying. Then we might live life to the limit, every minute of every day. Do it! I say. Whatever you want to do, do it now! There are only so many tomorrows. - Michael Landon

3. Rarely is anything a matter of being able to do it, yet more often than not it’s a matter of just doing it. - Miles Baker

4. “The trouble with the world is that the stupid are cocksure and the intelligent are full of doubt” - Bertrand Russell

5. Money was never a big motivation for me, except as a way to keep score. The real excitement is playing the game. — Donald Trump

6. “success Is 90% Starting And 10% Not Stopping” - a.d. Kessler

7. “Whatever you can do or dream you can, begin it. Boldness has genius, power and magic in it” - Goethe

8. “Never give in, never! Be it concerning large things or small things, never, never, never!” - Winston Churchill

9. “Only those who risk going too far can possibly know how far they can really go.” - T.S. Eliot

10. Tell me, what is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life? - Mary Oliver

11. "This is the beginning of a new day. You have been given thisday to use as you will. You can waste it or use it for good.What you do today is important because you are exchanging a dayof your life for it. When tomorrow comes, this day will be goneforever; in its place is something that you have left behind...let it be something good." -- Author Unknown

12. If you want a place in the sun, you have to put up with a few blisters.” Abigail Van Buren

13. "The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy."Martin Lurther King Jr.

14. If you think you can or you think you can't either way you are right.-Henry Ford

15. Success is something you attract by the person you become.-by Jim Rohn

16. The best way to predict the future is to create it.-by Peter F. Drucker

17. If you can dream it, you can do it.-by Walt Disney.

18. What the mind of man can conceive and believe, It can achieve-by Napoleon Hill

19. The greatest glory in living lies not in never falling, but in rising every time we fall.-Nelson Mandela

20. Believe in Yourself and there will come a day when others will have no choice but to believe with you.-by Cynthia Kersey

21. It is never too late to be who you might have been-by George Elliot

22. What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us.- Walt Emerson

23. If you want it badly enough, there are no limits on what you can achieve.- Brian Tracy

24. All our dreams can come true - if we have the courage to pursue them.- Walt Disney

25. "Our attitude toward life determines life's attitude toward us."Earl Nightingale

26. Time can't be managed. I merely manage activities. Each night, I write down on a sheet of paper a list of the things I have to accomplish the next day. And when I wake up ... I do them.-by Earl Nightingale

27. "Be the change you wish to see in the world." Gandhi

28. Obstacles are those frightful things you see when you take your eyes off your goal.-by Henry Ford

29. The world cares very little about what a man or woman knows; it is what the man or woman is able to do that counts.- Booker T Washington

30. "Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn't do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover." Mark Twain.

31. "If you don't design your own life plan, chances are you'll fall into someone else's plan. And guess what they have planned for you? Not much."- Jim Rohn

32. We cannot live only for ourselves. A thousand fibers connect us with our fellow men; and among those fibers, as sympathetic threads, our actions run as causes, and they come back to us as effects.Herman Melville

33. Yesterday does not equal tomorrow. Forget the past and move towards your goals.- Tony Robbins

34. "There are two primary choices in life: to accept conditions as they exist, or accept the responsibility for changing them."by Denis Waitley

35. You will be amazed at how much free time you actually have when you never have to think about or worry about money. Bob Proctor

36. "Tough Times Never Last, Tough People Do"Robert Schuller

37. Pain is temporary. It may last a minute, or an hour, or a day, or a year, but eventually it will subside and something else will take its place. If I quit, however, it lasts forever.Lance Armstrong

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State Bank of India : Clerical Staff in Associate Banks :

Eucational Qualification : A degree from a recognized university (graduation level) with a minimum of 40% marks (35% for SC/ST/PWD/XS)

Age : a. Minimum Age : 18 years ; Maximum Age : 28 years (as on 31-12-2008.)

Scale of Pay : 4410-215/3-5055-335/3-6060-470/4-7940-500/3-9440-560/4-11680-970/ 1-12650- 560/1-13210

Application Fees and / or Postal Charges:1. SC / ST / PWD / XS Rs. 50/- (Postal Charges only)2. All others Rs. 250/- (App. fees plus postage charges)

How To Apply:Candidates are required to go to any Branch of State Bank of India and pay the amount of fees and get receipt from the branch. The candidates are required to apply on-line through website www.sbi.co.in .

No other means/mode of application will be accepted. The last date of registering applications is 31-12-2008.

Application registration on sbi website will be open from 01-12-2008 to 31-12-2008.

Guidelines for filling application are as under:Candidate should have a valid email id. This will help him/her in getting call letter/interview advices etc. Candidates should have the Deposit Journal No. and depositing branch Code No. (receipt of payment of fees) from branch of State Bank of India before applying online. The payment of fees should be made up to 27-12-2008. T

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11 Things you wanted to know about UPSC Civil Services Preliminary Examination 2009  

1. Union Public Service Comission (UPSC) organize the exam for recruiting candidates for government jobs.

2. The candidates can apply for any government job by filling the Union Public Service Comission (UPSC) application form. Clearing the entrance examination will open gates to a wide number of government services and posts.

3. This Entrance examination will let the candidates to get recruited into these Government Services and Post:• Indian Administrative Service• Indian Foreign Service• Indian Police Service• Indian P&T Accounts & Finance Service, Group ‘A’• Indian Audit and Accounts Service, Group ‘A’• Indian Revenue Service (Customs and Central Excise), Group ‘A’• Indian Defence Accounts Service, Group ‘A’• Indian Revenue Service (I.T.), Group ‘A’• Indian Ordnance Factories Service, Group ‘A’ (Assistant Works Manager, Non-technical)• Indian Postal Service, Group ‘A’• Indian Civil Accounts Service, Group ‘A’• Indian Railway Traffic Service, Group ‘A’• Indian Railway Accounts Service, Group ‘A’• Indian Railway Personnel Service, Group ‘A’• Post of Assistant Security Officer in Railway Protection Force, Group ‘A’• Indian Defence Estates Service, Group ‘A’• Indian Information Service (Junior Grade), Group ‘A’• Indian Corporate Law Service, Group ‘A’• Armed Force Headquarters Civil Service, Group ‘B’ (Section Officer’s Grade)• Delhi, Andaman & Nicobar Islands, Lakshadweep, Daman & Diu and Dadra & Nagar Haveli Civil Service, Group ‘B’• Delhi, Andaman & Nicobar Islands, Lakhadweep, Daman & Diu and Dadra & Nagar Haveli Civil Service, Group ‘B’• Pondicherry Civil Service, Group ‘B’• Pondicherry Police Service, Group

4. • Last date for submission of application form: January 5, 2009.•

5. Date of Preliminary Examination of Civil Service Examination: May 17, 2009.

6.• Candidate must be an Indian for applying for the entrance exam.

7. Candidate should not be less than 21 years and not more than 30 years of age.•

8. Five % years of relaxation in age is given to the SC/ ST candidates.

9. • The Examination consists of two successive stages:
(i) Civil Service (Preliminary) Examinations (Objective Type) for the selection of candidates for Main Examination.(ii) Civil Services (Main) Examination (Written and Interview) for the selection of candidates for the various services and posts.•

10. The Preliminary paper will consist of 2 papers; Objective type which carry 450 marks. This is a screening test.• Only those candidates who clear the preliminary test are eligible for admission into main examination.•

11. The Main Examination will consist of a written examination and an Interview Test.• The interview will carry 300 marks (with no minimum qualifying marks)• Marks thus obtained by the candidates in the Main Examination (written part as well as interview) would determine their final ranking. Candidates will be allotted to the various Services according to their ranks..

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AIMA mat result dec 2008  

MAT is usually conducted 4 times in a year in February, May, September and December.

Mat result will announced on29 dec 2008visit the below link to check


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Free reverse phone number search for addresses  

If you have only the phone number of your friend in USA and you want his address then search this site. I got my friends address here just by inputting his telephone number!

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Teachers Recruitment Board

Recruitment of Graduate Assistants for Directorate of School Education / Directorate of Elementary Education and Adi-Dravida Welfare Department based on Employment

The Teachers Recruitment Board has sent Call letters for Certificate Verification in the ratio of 1:2 for the candidates who have sponsored to this office by the Employment Office, Guindy, Chennai-32, based on Employment Registration Seniority. The Teachers Recruitment Board has conducted Certificate Verifications in the districts from 22-9-2008 to 24-9-2008 and also supplementary Certificate Verification at Chennai on 3-11-2008.

The candidates, totalling 3193, are provisionally selected as Graduate Assistants, for the following Departments for English and Mathematics subjects based on employment registration seniority, communal rotation and certain priorities laid down by Government of Tamil Nadu. The formal selection intimation will be sent to them individually by post. Further notification / communication will be issued by the concerned Departments regarding counselling and placement. The results for remaining subjects will be released shortly.

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IRMA PRM ( 2009-10) Written Results out  

Written Test Result

Post Graduate Programme In Rural Management

Result of written test conducted on November 09, 2008 for admission to PRM course (2009-10) has been announced. Please find below a table describing details of short listing criteria to indicate your performance. Please enter your personal data below to know the result.

Candidates have been short listed on the basis of their performance in the written test for Personal Interview and Group Discussion. Call Letters have been dispatched to such short-listed candidates to their respective addresses. However, all candidates interested in seeing their score cards may enter their Form Number or Roll Number below.

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results Board of secondary education orissa, bse orissa, Orissaresult  

You can get all Orissa Examination Results brought to you by National Informatics Centre.

The Board of Secondary Education, Orissa is a Body Corporate constituted under the Orissa Secondary Education Act, 1953.

It regulates, controls and developes Secondary Education in the State of Orissa. It Provides varied courses in order to equip students for different occupations, to prepare them for University education and to equip them for various cultural purposes.

It examines those who have completed a prescribed course of study and awards certificates to the successful candidates.

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Why oil prices should not fall further?  

Why oil prices should not fall beyond a pointBy J. Srinivasan, Business Line, New Delhi, December 23, 2008.

There seems to be no stopping the oil prices' fall, just as there was no stopping its rise earlier this year. Truly, oi's movement has been dizzy, climbing to a high of $147 a barrel in July only to drop to around $50 today, and set go lower. Though there is a contention that a significant part of the oil price rise was actually the fall of the dollar, certainly cheaper oil at the moment is good, when the world economy remains mired in the financial crisis.

Freed of worry from at least from one of the major causes of inflation, countries can with confidence resort to fiscal measures, print money, to re-inflate their economies. But the dropping oil price suggests a deeper malaise: Economies are slowing dramatically. That oil demand" should be sliding even as winter is peaking in the West points to the economising that are happening.

Is cheap really as good as it seems, prima facie? There are several downsides to very cheap oil, especially if the world's environmental health is to be maintained. As it is, the world consumes about 83 million barrels of oil a day, with just the US accounting for a fourth. If this level of consumption rises, the consequences for the environment can be disastrous.

Continued cheap oil is certainly not good for the producing countries. After some time, it will start knocking on these economies and that can cause serious internal pressures to build. Iran is a case in point.

Negative impact

With two-thirds of the world's oil located in the historically disturbed region, continued low oil prices can have negative local, regional and global impact. A curious position of the West Asian region is that if prices go up beyond a point, it risks external pressures. If prices drop below a point where they begin to affect the local economies, internal problems rise. Often, the social impact of cheap oil on such countries as Nigeria or Venezuela gets ignored.

Internal troubles in West Asia are bad news for everyone, in the region or away from it. At best of times it is a tinderbox, and oil can easily fuel a dangerous conflagration. If oil supplies from West Asia get disturbed for any reason the biggest sufferers would be the Asian economies, especially China and India. Unlike the US or Europe, India and China have a" limited diversity of oil supply.

Crude prices need to be high enough, in the words of oil guru Mathew Simmons, for "the piper to be paid adequately." If prices are lower than they need to be, it leads to instability and high volatility. It is necessary that countries recover at least their production costs. Else, there is no incentive for them to bring out the oil. They might as well sit on it, with adverse consequences for its prices and world economies.

In a perverse sense, high oil prices are forced savings for profligate economies, especially of the West. Since oil demand is inelastic, nations will buy even if prices go up. But then the money that goes out, at least out of the Western economies, usually returns as investments by oil-exporting countries which, barring some, do not have large enough economies to absorb incomes on such scale. The UK's Barclays Bank has just received West Asian investment.

But the real negative consequence of a low price is it discourages energy conservation. If prices remain low, large consumers such as the US, China or India has no incentive to reduce consumption. They will not hesitate to burn cheap oil. In these countries, usually, fuel prices are subsidised to make them more affordable. Cheap oil would exacerbate the low prices, ending conservation efforts.

If the American was loathe to conserving petrol it was because he had got used to ridiculously low prices in the 1990s that, adjusted for Inflation, were lower than at any time since 1919. Burning oil on such a scale can impose large environmental costs.

It will worsen the already damaged environment and when oil prices go up, as they will once economies recover, these nations will face the double-whammy of not just high-cost fuel but also large environmental cleanup costs. Low oil prices also stifle development of alternative energy sources, such as solar and wind.

Cheap oil is a major disincentive to technological innovation. For instance, there will be no incentive for car-makers to develop hybrid or smaller cars; or for people to look seriously at these alternatives. Large cars could be back in fashion. It also kills investments in public transportation by governments and in cost-saving initiatives by individuals by, say, biking or walking.

Because of the climatic conditions in India these may not seem real options for the people but in the West they are very real alternatives, especially as demonstrated by northern Europe. Cheap oil's greatest impact is on the industry.

Low oil prices will, sooner or later, affect investments in exploration. With fewer undiscovered or virgin fields not open to oil majors, companies are reaching deeper into the seas or extracting oil from tar sands. These are expensive processes involving large investments.

Even in the case of normal wells, it is not as if they just keep pumping out oil. After a time they begin to decline. At this point producers have to spend considerable amounts to maintain output. Not only does oil have to be brought out of the well it has also to be brought to collection points or refineries. So, each link of the oil chain involves large investments and expensive upkeep.

Mathew Simmons rightly says low oil prices are as dangerous to economies as drugs to the human body. "Another consumption item that makes people apparently feels good as long as it is used." Once it effects begin to show, then things turn real bad. Using cheap oil can be dangerously addictive too. ___________________________________
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India's first hydrogen fuel-dispensing station  

IndianOil Hydrogen pump set-to fuel carsBy Danny Goodman, Business Standard, New Delhi, December 23, 2008IndianOil, the country's largest oil marketing company by sales, will open the country's first hydrogen fuel-dispensing station in New Delhi next month. The new-age pump will be set up in Dwarka."This is the culmination of a journey undertaken by IndianOil to diversify the energy mix of the country which ultimately results in energy security in the future," says Mr. RK Malhotra, Executive Director (Research and Development) IndianOil.While conventional fossil fuels like petrol, diesel and CNG are derived from raw materials such as crude oil or gas, and mostly imported the hydrogen fuel to be dispensed at this pump will use atmospheric air to synthesise pure hydrogen, which will be used to fuel vehicles.The process is called "electroliser" technology. Further, hydrogen-fuelled cell cars emit only water, while CNG vehicles emit noxious oxides that have been a concern to authorities ever since CNG was introduced as an automobile fuel in the capital.'The fuel pump, according to the company, will be set up at a cost of Rs 5 crore, with the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy and the Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas funding the project in equal measure.In 2006, the government unveiled its National Hydrogen Energy Roadmap, outlining an ambitious target of converting one million vehicles to run on hydrogen.The hydrogen fuel pump will dispense a mix of hydrogen and CNG roughly in the ratio 20:80 to a group of test vehicles comprising three-wheelers and passenger vehicles, mainly drawn from the government's fleet.General Motors India has confirmed to Business Standard that its next-generation fuel car under validation in the US - the "Equinox, which is a hydrogen-powered fuel cell car- has been sounded out by IndianOil as a possible test vehicle in India in the coming months.German auto major BMW also runs a fleet of cars on pure hydrogen across Europe. "But the hydrogen we use is qualitatively different from the one India will experiment with. So we are unable to participate in the rollout," said the spokesperson of BMW India.In the initial phase, we plan to target current CNG vehicle-owners in the capital public transport vehicle operators, goods carriers or passenger car owners because these vehicles can be run on hydrogen fuel mix with a little modification, says Mr. Malhotra. But use of 100 per cent pure hydrogen as au-' to fuel, Mr. Malhotra adds, will require a completely new engine.Automobile manufacturers like Bajaj Auto, Tata Motors, Ashok Leyland, Eicher Motors and Mahindra & Mahindra have been involved in IndianOil's efforts to test hydrogen fuel as a commercially viable fuel option in the country since 2006.In 2005, talks were conducted between IndianOil and Bangalore-based Reva Electric Car Company (RECC) to fine-tune the hydrogen fuel technology for large-scale commercial use in the country No progress was made on the joint venture, says RECC.In terms of mileage efficiency, cost of fuel and emissions, hydrogen is superior to CNG. "It depends on how you use hydrogen fuel if used in a fuel cell car, the mileage efficiency obtained is twice that of a conventional internal combustion (petrol) engine," says Mr. Chetan Maini, Deputy Chairman and Chief Technical Officer, RECC.

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How to book Online ticket KSRTC and get reservation?  

KSRTC is the first State Transport Undertaking to introduce computerised passenger seat reservation system.

Also, KSRTC has deployed Electronic Ticketing Machines on its routes. These ETMs are first of their kind in the nation as they are programmed for capturing kms., HSD, Inspection details etc. The ETMs are very much liked by the conductors as they are finding their job easy.

Recently KSRTC has also announced the system of 20 days advance booking /e ticket reservation. You can get bus tickets booked through the website of KSRTC for various destinations in Karanataka and neighboring states.
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greater noida draw results www.greaternoida.com  

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Draw for Residential Plots Scheme XT001 .

The draw 2008 will be held at India Exposition Mart Ltd, Knowledge Park III, Greater NOIDA.

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Snap 2008 Answer Key  

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Board of School Education Haryana Bhiwani Board Results  

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Date & Time of Declaration: 20.12.2008 at 7.00 AM
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HBSE Results haryana board 12th result  

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The book I am reading now  

I am now reading a booke named 'Snow' by Orhan Pamuk, winner of nobel prize winner 2006.

I brought the book about 3 weeks back but did not have courage to really start reading it. One thing which was deterring me was the very fine print. It is very hard to read it while lying down. The next deterent was - I was sceptical about the theme and writer. But when I started it, I started liking it. I felt some similarities for the characters with me. The author, a journalist is arriving to his home town Kars in Turkey afyer 15 years. The rise of Islamic fundamentalism, story of Kars linked to Russia, Armenia, Azeri characters, all these striked a chord in me. I stayed in Russia for 12 long years, visited Armenia in one winter in a student group, I am aware of the long standing problems between Armenia and Turkey, the genocide of Armenians in 1915. All these are known to me. So when I started reluctantly reading the book, I was slowly dragged into it. I liked the begining of the story how the journalist Ka was travelling in a bus from Istambul to faraway city named Kars. He reaches there, stays in a hotel, meets journalists and starts his search for all the things he left when he left this place 15 years back. Suddenly he meets this girl whom he loved......(Cond.....)

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bitsat 2009  

BITSAT (BITS Admission Test) is the computer based online test for entrance to one of the most reputed technical institutes in India: BITS Pilani (Birla Institute of Technology & Science), for its campuses located in Pilani, Goa and Hyderabad. BITSAT is conducted in the months of May through June. It was started in 2005 with about 48000 students giving this test. The number increased to 117,000 students competing for 2,000 seats in 2008, giving a selectivity of 1 in 59. In 2007, 90,000 students competed for 1,404 seats, giving a selectivity of 1 in 63.
For BITS Pilani merit is the sole criterion and the aspiring candidates are required to have a minimum aggregate of 80% in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics in the 12th examination with at least 60% marks in each of the subjects. Board toppers can apply for direct admissions also.

BITSAT is a 3 hour duration test offered to candidates on computers at dedicated computer centres at different cities spread across India. The test has objective type (multiple choice) questions only. The various areas in which the candidates are tested are Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Biology, English and Logical Reasoning.


The 2009 Notification for Bits Admission Test is Out.

BITSAT is an Online admission test for admission to B.Tech Courses in Birla Institute of Technology and Science (BITS) Pilani, BITS Goa, and BITS Hyderabad CampusBITSAT 2009

Important DatesImportant dates and deadlines:

Last Date to apply for BITSAT- 2009 : 31st January 2009

Test center allotment and announcement to candidates : by 15th February 2009

Candidates to reserve Test : 18th Feb. – 10th March 2009

Candidates to download the Hall tickets with instructions: 20th – 31st March 2009

BITSAT Online Tests : 9th May – 12th June 2009

Candidates to apply for admission with 12th marks andPreferences to Degree programmes : 20th May – 30th June 2009

Admit List and Wait List announcement : 1st July 2009

Details BITSAT 2009 Notification and Dates
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DTERT Results | DTERT Tamil nadu Teacher Training Diploma Results  

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DTERT Results | DTERT Tamil nadu Teacher Training Diploma Results | www.dtert.tn.nic.in Directorate of Teacher Education Research and Training

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UGC (university grants commission) pay hike gets govt nod  

Here is good news for teachers. The Centre has approved a proposal for a 70 per cent salary hike.

The Union Cabinet has approved the recommendations of the University Grants Commission’s (UGC) pay review committee for teachers headed by Professor G K Chadha.

The revision of pay will be effective from January 1, 2006.

The disbursement of allowances (except DA) and advance increments will be effective from September 1, 2008.

In place of “grade pay” as applicable to Central government employees, the term “academic grade pay” (AGP) should be used for teachers and those with equivalent positions.

Different grade pays of Rs 6,000, Rs 7,000, Rs 8,000, Rs 9,000, Rs 10,000 and Rs 12,000 have been approved as AGP for teachers and equivalent positions.

Higher AGP of Rs 6,000 has been recommended for all assistant professors at the entry level so as to make it more attractive compared with the entry level grade pay for the civil servants and other professionals under the 6th Central Pay Commission.

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8 Great quotes of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose  

1.Give me blood and I shall give you freedom!

2.No real change in history has ever been acheived by discussions.

3.As soldiers, you will always have to cherish and live up to the three-ideals of faithfulness, duty and sacrifice. Soldiers who always remain faithful to their nation, who are always prepared to sacrifice their lives, are invincible. If you, too, want to be invincible, engrave these three ideals in the innermost core of your hearts
speech at a military review of the Indian National Army, July 5, 1943

4.We should have but one desire today- the desire to die so that India may live- the desire to face a martyr's death, so that the path to freedom may be paved with the martyr's blood.

5.Indian nationalism is inspired by the highest ideals of the human race, satyam (the true), shivam (the god), sundaram (the beautiful). Nationalism in India has... roused the creative faculties which for centuries had been lying dormant in our people.

6.I have no doubt in my mind that our chief national problems relating to the eradication of poverty, illiteracy and disease and the scientific production and distribution can be tackled only along socialistic lines.
February 1938

7.Gird up your loins for the task that now lies ahead. I had asked you for men, money and materials. I have got them in generous measure. Now I demand more of you. Men, money and materials cannot by themselves bring victory or freedom. We must have the motive- power that will inspire us to brave deeds and heroic exploits.

8.It is our duty to pay for our liberty with our own blood. The freedom that we shall win through our sacrifice and exertions, we shall be able to preserve with our own strength.

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Download DDA draw results now  

Here are 3 links where you can download the results.

The 3rd one worked form me.
No luck for me.
But who knows , may be you are the lucky one.
So check

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DDA results, www.dda.org.in urbanindia  

Where to get DDA results?

The DDA website is not working, but I am told there is one more site where you can see your results.

So DDA says these are the ways to check the result.

1. Go to the Vikas Sadan office where the results have been displayed.
2. DDA asked people to visit the two websites -- www.dda.org.in or http://www.urbanindia.nic.in/
3. Wait for tomorrows news paper-- the results would be published in major newspapers on Wednesday.
Source: http://www.ndtv.com/convergence/ndtv/story.aspx?id=NEWEN20080076696&ch=12/16/2008%204:22:00%20PM

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29 great quotes of Sri Sri Ramakrishna Paramhansa  

1. A man is truly free, even here in this embodied state, if he knows that God is the true agent and he by himself is powerless to do anything.


2. Bondage is of the mind; freedom too is of the mind. If you say 'I am a free soul. I am a son of God who can bind me' free you shall be.

3. Ramakrishna Disease is the tax which the soul pays for the body, as the tenant pays house-rent for the use of the house.

4. Ramakrishna God can be realized through all paths. All religions are true. The important thing is to reach the roof. You can reach it by stone stairs or by wooden stairs or by bamboo steps or by a rope. You can also climb up by a bamboo pole.

5. Ramakrishna God is everywhere but He is most manifest in man. So serve man as God. That is as good as worshipping God.

6. Ramakrishna God is in all men, but all men are not in God; that is why we suffer.

7. Ramakrishna If you desire to be pure, have firm faith, and slowly go on with your devotional practices without wasting your energy in useless scriptural discussions and arguments. Your little brain will otherwise be muddled.

8. Ramakrishna If you first fortify yourself with the true knowledge of the Universal Self, and then live in the midst of wealth and worldliness, surely they will in no way affect you.

9. Ramakrishna If you must be mad, be it not for the things of the world. Be mad with the love of God.

10.Ramakrishna If you want to go east, don't go west.

11.Ramakrishna It is easy to talk on religion, but difficult to practice it.

12.Ramakrishna Longing is like the rosy dawn. After the dawn out comes the sun. Longing is followed by the vision of God.

13.Ramakrishna Many are the names of God and infinite the forms through which He may be approached.

14.Ramakrishna Many good sayings are to be found in holy books, but merely reading them will not make one religious.

15.Ramakrishna More are the names of God and infinite are the forms through which He may be approached. In whatever name and form you worship Him, through them you will realise Him.

16.Ramakrishna One must be very particular about telling the truth. Through truth one can realize God.

17.Ramakrishna Pray to God that your attachment to such transitory things as wealth, name, and creature comforts may become less and less every day.

18.Ramakrishna The fabled musk deer searches the world over for the source of the scent which comes from itself.

19.Ramakrishna The physicians of one class feel the patients and go away, merely prescribing medicine. As they leave the room they simply ask the patient to take the medicine. They are the poorest class of physicians.

20.Ramakrishna The world is indeed a mixture of truth and make-believe. Discard the make-believe and take the truth.

21.Ramakrishna Through love one acquires renunciation and discrimination naturally.

22.Ramakrishna Through selfless work, love of God grows in the heart. Then through his grace one realize him in course of time. God can be seen. One can talk to him as I am talking to you.

23.Ramakrishna To work without attachment is to work without the expectation of reward or fear of any punishment in this world or the next. Work so done is a means to the end, and God is the end.

24.Ramakrishna Travel in all the four quarters of the earth, yet you will find nothing anywhere. Whatever there is, is only here.

25.Ramakrishna Unalloyed love of God is the essential thing. All else is unreal.

26.Ramakrishna Unless one always speaks the truth, one cannot find God Who is the soul of truth.

27.Ramakrishna When one has love for God, one doesn't feel any physical attraction to wife, children, relatives and friends. One retains only compassion for them.

28.Ramakrishna When the divine vision is attained, all appear equal; and there remains no distinction of good and bad, or of high and low.

29.Ramakrishna When the flower blooms, the bees come uninvited.

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tnusrb www.tn.gov.in/tnusrb Police Result  

List of candidates passed in the written test held on 5.10.2008
Press Note on the Postponement of Physical Test from 25.11.2008 to 15.12.2008
Press Note on the Physical Test from 15.12.2008 and Centre details

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Update on DDA housing scheme draw  

We are getting lot of queries regarding the DDA housing scheme draw of lots. As has earlier mentioned in this blog the draw will be held on 16th December. At what time, we do not know.
You may try this url tomorrow for checking allotment
For those who wish to check the Draw Results of DDA's various Housing Schemes, may visit and bookmark the following link

This link is supposed to provide the results.
As usual the DDA site is silent about the draw.

Incase you have any queries please let us know.

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These are the possible 5 places where you can get JMET answer key

1. JMET Answer key of the exam held on December14th, 2008 can be downloaded by Clicking the link Belowhttp://competeindia.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/12/jmetanswerkey.pdf

2. Also full Analysis of JMET 2009 paper will be available on the IMSIndia website.Here’s the link: http://www.imsindia.com/jmet_2009

3. Paper Discussions of JMET 2009 on

4.Here’s the JMET 2009 answer key from Career Forum:http://www.careerforum.in/jmet08_index.htm

5. You can check your JMET08 Personalized Analysis @ My Performance ... JMET 2008 - English Usage & Reading Comprehension HERE http://www.cat4mba.com/jmet07

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Recruitment of Constables Delhi Police Results  

Recruitment of Constables (Male & Female) in Delhi Police is done by a Recruitment Board appointed by Commissioner of Police. Candidates from all parts of country are eligible for recruitment. The vacancies are notified in the concerned Employment Exchange of Delhi and Central Employment Exchange on all India Basis. Besides, vacancies are also advertised in News Papers/Rozgar Samachar inviting application for open competition. The applicants are required to appear for Physical Examination, Written Test and Interview.
Direct Recruitment to the Ministerial Cadre is made only in the rank of Head Constable (Ministerial) and of Stenographers in the rank of Assistant Sub-Inspector. Competitive examination for this purpose is held for which candidates from open competition as well as from the department are eligible. Vacancies are also advertised in News Papers/Rozgar Samachars.
For Sub-Inspectors Delhi Police places advertisements from time to time.
For Assistant Commissioner of Police the entire process is conducted and carried out by the Union Public Service Commission and candidates are selected through Civil Services Examination.

For Employment opportunities in Delhi Police Please visit: http://delhipolicerecruitment.nic.in
Recruitment of Temporary Constables(Executive) Male in Delhi Police-2008

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NTRUHS publishes Results 2008  

BPT, BDS, MBBS Results from Dr.NTR University of Health Science

1. Dr.NTR University of Health Science, Andhra Pradesh publishes 1to 8th semester BPT (new & old). Click the below links for results.



2. more Results
Final BDSMarks PDF
Final MBBS Part-IIMarks PDF
Final MBBS Part-IMarks PDF

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where to get IIFT 2009 Results, Interview & Group Discussion  

IIFT 2009 Results are out.

On November 23, 2008, Delhi based Indian Institute of Foreign Trade (IIFT), held its entrance exam known as IIFT. According to the official information shared by IIFT, "This year closer to 42,000 students have applied for IIFT exam."

There are total 180 seats for our MBA program which are divided into 120 and 60 seat for Delhi and Kolkata campuses respectively.

The students will be selected on the basis of their performance in Written Test, Group Discussion, Interview and Essay Writing.

Based on marks for written test, candidates are called for Group Discussion and Interview. The interview will be conducted at Bangalore, Chennai, Delhi, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Lucknow and Mumbai.

Indian Institute of Foreign Trade (IIFT) was set up in 1963 by the Government of India. The institute offers MBA (International Business) for Delhi and Kolkata campuses.

Results 2009-10
IIFT 2009 Admissions

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Latest news on DDA Housing Scheme 2008  

Many people who have applied for a flat in the DDA housing are interested to know when the draw will be carried out. This blog will continue to provide updates on this subject.

Draw of DDA Housing Scheme 2008 is on 16th Dec 2008

Here is a news item published in Hindustan times.

The Delhi Development Authority (DDA) is all set to conduct the draw of lots to its Housing Scheme 2008, launched on August 6 this year. All it awaits is a green signal from the State Election Commission (SEC). The SEC put in place a code when elections to the Rajinder Nagar seat were countermanded following the death of Bhartiya Janata Party legislature candidate P.C. Yogi. The code, in force till December 16, after the counting for the seat is over, disallows the DDA to draw lots before this date. “We have written to the SEC that since the Housing Scheme was launched before the code of conduct came into force on October 14, we should be allowed to conduct the draw of lots. A few lakh people have put in money in the Scheme and delaying the lottery is tantamount to harassing them,” said a DDA official on condition of anonymity. According to DDA’s official schedule, the agency had planned to hold the draw of lot for the flats before December 15.“We have completed all modalities like scrutinizing the application forms and will conduct the lottery as soon as we get the go-ahead from the election office.” said a senior official. Of the 12.64 lakh application forms, which were downloaded and sold, 5.60 lakh forms had been submitted in different banks authorized by the DDA by the time the scheme closed on September 16. The competition is going to be tough as there will be about 100 applicants for each of the 5010 flats, located in various Delhi localities. Source::http://www.hindustantimes.com/StoryPage/StoryPage.aspx?sectionName=IndiaSectionPage&id=fc35a88c-2776-43c8-b0a7-fd052973d1cf&&Headline=DDA+awaits+go-ahead+for+draw+of+lots

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Where can you get information about DSC-2008 examination?

There are 52,655 posts in government, panchayat raj, tribal and municipal schools in the State.

The written tests will be conducted on April 11, 12 and 13, and the results declared on May 15.

Information is available in www.dse.ap.gov.in and www.aponline.gov.in which can be downloaded free of cost.

The upper age limit for general category candidates will be 39 and a 5-year additional age relaxation has been given to SC, ST and BC candidates.

The upper age limit for physically challenged candidates is 49.
Unlike in the past, the State Government has decided this time to test the candidate’s proficiency in English language for appointment as school assistants, secondary-grade teachers and language pandits as part of the written examination.

School assistants will have English questions carrying 20 marks with syllabus up to Intermediate, while 15 marks will be awarded for secondary grade teachers and 10 marks for language pandits for answering English questions from SSC syllabus.

There will be no changes in the remaining subjects or syllabus pattern.
No cut-off marks have been fixed and selections will be taken up on merit basis.

In all, there are 54,063 vacant posts, of which 1,918 have been kept pending due to legal disputes. The vacant posts of 12,252 school assistants, 30,558 secondary-grade teachers, 7,018 language pandits, 2,789 physical education teachers and 38 school assistants in special schools will be filled through DSC-2008.

Forms would be sold at post offices and e- Seva centres from Dec 15 to Jan 15 and the last date for receipt of applications will be Jan 16. More details about vacant posts and other information can be had from the official website, www.dse.ap.gov.in. and this blog so make indmusings your reading habit.

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Apply Online AIEEE aieee.nic.in  

11 Things you wanted to know about application for AIEEE

1. Application can be submitted Online during 05.12.2008 to 05.01 .2009.

2. Payment of Fee could be made by Demand Draft, Credit Card or Challan Form.

3. Steps to be followed if fee paid through Demand Draft
If you want to remit the fee by Demand Draft, get ready before filling application form
Logon to the AIEEE website, fill the application form, note down the registration number which would be generated by system that is required for making the payment of fee.
Fill the details of Demand Draft.
Take a printout of Confirmation Page and complete as per the instruction given below.

4. Steps to be followed if fee paid through Credit Card
Keep the details of Credit Card (VISA/MasterCard) ready.
Logon to the AIEEE website, fill the application form, note down the registration number which would be generated by system that is required for making the payment of fee.
Make the payment through Credit Card and note down the payment receipt number, after successful payment of fee.
Take a printout of Confirmation Page and complete as per the instruction given below.

5. Steps to be followed if fee paid through Challan Form
If you want to remit the fee by Challan Form, get ready before filling application form
Logon to the AIEEE website, fill the application form, note down the registration number which would be generated by system that is required for making the payment of fee.
Select the mode of payment as Challan Form and after clicking the submit button, download the Challan Form and submit it to the bank.
Take a printout of Confirmation Page and complete as per the instruction given below.

6.Paste your two recent photographs (as given in point 6 below), sign in the specified box and send this confirmation page along with Demand Draft (In case of Examination Fee deposited through Demand Draft) by Registered/Speed Post (NOT BY COURIER) to " The Assistant Secretary (AIEEE Unit), Central Board of Secondary Education, PS 1-2, Institutional Area, IP Extension,Patparganj, Delhi 110 092" for further processing so as to reach latest by 10.01.2009 . Application received beyond this date will not be accepted.

7.Photograph : Firmly affix two recent high contrast passport size preferably black & white photograph (taken on or after 1.9.2008) with gum/fevicol (not to be pinned or stapled) in the space provided for it in the Application Form one duly attested by the head of the institution where the candidate is studying/passed class XII or the Gazatted officer. The photograph must indicate clearly the name of the candidate along with the date of taking the photograph. It should be without cap or goggles. Spectacles are allowed. Polaroid photos are not acceptable. The photograph of the candidate should be attested by the Principal/Head of the Institution or Gazetted Officer in such a way that part of the signature is on the photograph and remaining part of the signature is on the application form. Attestation should be done on the bottom part of the photograph so that the photograph is not defaced. Candidates not complying with these instructions or with unclear photograph are liable to be rejected. Candidates may keep 6-8 identical photographs in reserve for use at the time of entrance examination/Counselling/Admission.

8. Candidates submitting applications online are required
to attach Demand Draft of required fee (In favour of “Secretary CBSE Delhi”, payable at Delhi).
to mention his/her Registration No., Name, and Address on the back of the Demand Draft .
to retain a photocopy of confirmation page for future reference.
to retain a photocopy of the Demand Draft sent.
to retain a photocopy of the transaction receipt if fee paid by Credit Card.
to retain the original receipt issued by the post office for having dispatch the Application Form.
the processing of applications will begin only after receiving confirmation page and fee (by Credit Card or by Demand Draft).

9. Date of Birth : Only those candidates whose date of birth falls on or after October 01, 1984 are eligible. However, in the case of Scheduled Caste (SC), Scheduled Tribe (ST) and Physically Handica pped (PH) candidates, upper age limit is relaxed by 5 years, i.e. SC, ST and PH candidates who were born on or after October 01, 1979 are eligible. Date of birth as recorded in the Secondary Education Board/University certificate only will be taken as authentic.

10.. Procedure for Refund of fee if paid through Credit Card
If candidate has made the payment of fee through credit card & due to some unavoidable circumtances if candidate is unable to print the confirmation page and payment is again made by the candidate then following procedure may be followed to refund
Writedown an application by giving the details of your registration number, all transactions details date wise, address etc to "The Assistant Secretary (AIEEE Unit), Central Board of Secondary Education, PS 1-2, Institutional Area, IP Extension, Patparganj, Delhi 110 092" for refund
Payment would be refunded to the candidate by CBSE after the last date of submission of application form.

Note : Bank will charge 2.5% on transaction made by Credit card.

11. Three(3) Simple Steps to Apply Online

Fill the Online Application Form and note down the registration number

Make payment of Fee by Demand Draft, Credit Card or Challan Form
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Firing in santosh nagar Hyderabad  

Two policemen were injured when a group of unidentified persons opened fire on them at Santosh Nagar on Wednesday.

Constables Jafar and Rama Raju were hurt when the unidentified men opened fire after they came across the policemen, Deputy Commissioner of Police (South Zone) Atul Singh said. The injured policemen were admitted to a super-specialty hospital in the city. Singh said the antecedents of the miscreants, who were about six in number, were being ascertained. Residents of the locality said the youth were local residents.
pource http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/Cities/Firing_on_cops_in_Hyderabad_2_hurt/articleshow/3788612.cms

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Mumbai Terror and role of English news channels  

I have just now read very strong comments on the role of English news channels in India during the recent Mumbai terror. It shows a viewpoint that English channels are not actually helping the cause. It is taken from a site http://www.smallchange.in/
It is written by Mrinal.

Read below

Watching at least four English news channels, surfing from one another during the last 60 hours of terror strike made me feel a terror of another kind, the terror of assaulting one’s mind and sensitivity with cameras, sound bites and non-stop blabbers. All these channels have been trying to manufacture my consent for a big lie called - Hotel Taj the icon of India.

Whose India, Whose Icon?

It is a matter of great shame that these channels simply did not bother about the other icon that faced the first attack from terrorists - the Chatrapathi Shivaji Terminus (CST) railway station. CST is the true icon of Mumbai. It is through this railway station hundreds of Indians from Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Rajasthan, West Bengal and Tamilnadu have poured into Mumbai over the years, transforming themselves into Mumbaikars and built the Mumbai of today along with the Marathis and Kolis.

But the channels would not recognise this. Nor would they recognise the thirty odd dead bodies strewn all over the platform of CST. No Barkha Dutt went there to tell us who they were. But she was at Taj to show us the damaged furniture and reception lobby braving the guards. And the TV cameras did not go to the government run JJ hospital to find out who those 26 unidentified bodies were. Instead they were again invading the battered Taj to try in vain for a scoop shot of the dead bodies of the page 3 celebrities.

In all probability, the unidentified bodies could be those of workers from Bihar and Uttar Pradesh migrating to Mumbai, arriving by train at CST without cell phones and pan cards to identify them. Even after 60 hours after the CST massacre, no channel has bothered to cover in detail what transpired there.

The channels conveniently failed to acknowledge that the Aam Aadmis of India surviving in Mumbai were not affected by Taj, Oberoi and Trident closing down for a couple of weeks or months. What mattered to them was the stoppage of BEST buses and suburban trains even for one hour. But the channels were not covering that aspect of the terror attack. Such information at best merited a scroll line, while the cameras have to be dedicated for real time thriller unfolding at Taj or Nariman Bhavan.

The so called justification for the hype the channels built around heritage site Taj falling down (CST is also a heritage site), is that Hotel Taj is where the rich and the powerful of India and the globe congregate. It is a symbol or icon of power of money and politics, not India. It is the icon of the financiers and swindlers of India. The Mumbai and India were built by the Aam Aadmis who passed through CST and Taj was the oasis of peace and privacy for those who wielded power over these mass of labouring classes. Leopold club and Taj were the haunts of rich spoilt kids who would drive their vehicles over sleeping Aam Aadmis on the pavement, the Mafiosi of Mumbai forever financing the glitterati of Bollywood (and also the terrorists) , Political brokers and industrialists.

It is precisely because Taj is the icon of power and not people that the terrorists chose to strike.The terrorists have understood after several efforts that the Aam Aadmi will never break down even if you bomb her markets and trains. He/she was resilient because that is the only way he/she can even survive.

Resilience was another word that annoyed the pundits of news channels and their patrons this time. What resilience, enough is enough, said Pranoy Roy’s channel on the left side of the channel spectrum. Same sentiments were echoed by Arnab Goswami representing the right wing of the broadcast media whose time is now. Can Rajdeep be far behind in this game of one-upmanship over TRPs ? They all attacked resilience this time. They wanted firm action from the government in tackling terror.

The same channels celebrated resilience when bombs went off in trains and markets killing and maiming the Aam Aadmis. The resilience of the ordinary worker suited the rich business class of Mumbai since work or manufacture or film shooting did not stop. When it came to them, the rich shamelessly exhibited their lack of nerves and refused to be resilient themselves. They cry for government intervention now to protect their private spas and swimming pools and bars and restaurants, similar to the way in which Citibank, General Motors and the ilk cry for government money when their coffers are emptied by their own ideologies.

The terrorists have learnt that the ordinary Indian is unperturbed by terror. For one whose daily existence itself is a terror of government sponsored inflation and market sponsored exclusion, pain is something he has learnt to live with. The rich of Mumbai and India Inc are facing the pain for the first time and learning about it just as the middle classes of India learnt about violation of human rights only during emergency, a cool 28 years after independence.

And human rights were another favourite issue for the channels to whip at times of terrorism.Arnab Goswami in an animated voice wondered where were those champions of human rights now, not to be seen applauding the brave and selfless police officers who gave up their life in fighting terrorism. Well, the counter question would be where were you when such officers were violating the human rights of Aam Aadmis. Has there ever been any 24 hour non stop coverage of violence against dalits and adivasis of this country?This definitely was not the time to manufacture consent for the extra legal and third degree methods of interrogation of police and army but Arnabs don’t miss a single opportunity to serve their class masters, this time the jingoistic patriotism came in handy to whitewash the entire uniformed services.The sacrifice of the commandos or the police officers who went down dying at the hands of ruthless terrorists is no doubt heart rending but in vain in a situation which needed not just bran but also brain. Israel has a point when it says the operations were misplanned resulting in the death of its nationals here.

Kakares and Salaskars would not be dead if they did not commit the mistake of travelling by the same vehicle. It is a basic lesson in management that the top brass should never travel together in crisis. The terrorists, if only they had watched the channels, would have laughed their hearts out when the Chief of the Marine commandos, an elite force, masking his face so unprofessionally in a see-through cloth, told the media that the commandos had no idea about the structure of the Hotel Taj which they were trying to liberate. But the terrorists knew the place thoroughly, he acknowledged.

Is it so difficult to obtain a ground plan of Hotel Taj and discuss operation strategy thoroughly for at least one hour before entering? This is something even an event manager would first ask for, if he had to fix 25 audio systems and 50 CCtvs for a cultural event in a hotel. Would not Ratan Tata have provided a plan of his ancestral hotel to the commandos within one hour considering the mighty apparatus at his and government’s disposal? Are satellite pictures only available for terrorists and not the government agencies? In an operation known to consume time, one more hour for preparation would have only improved the efficiency of execution.
Sacrifices become doubly tragic in unprofessional circumstances. But the Aam Aadmis always believe that terror-shooters do better planning than terrorists. And the gullible media in a jingoistic mood would not raise any question about any of these issues. They after all have their favourite whipping boy – the politician the eternal entertainer for the non-voting rich classes of India.

Arnabs and Rajdeeps would wax eloquent on Manmohan Singh and Advani visiting Mumbai separately and not together showing solidarity even at this hour of national crisis. What a farce? Why can’t these channels pool together all their camera crew and reporters at this time of national calamity and share the sound and visual bites which could mean a wider and deeper coverage of events with such a hugehuman resource to command? Why should Arnab and Rajdeep and Barkha keep harping every five minutes that this piece of information was exclusive to their channel, at the time of such a national crisis? Is this the time to promote the channel? If that is valid, the politician promoting his own political constituency is equally valid. And the duty of the politician is to do politics, his politics. It is for the people to evaluate that politics.

And terrorism is not above politics. It is politics by other means. To come to grips with it and to eventually eliminate it, the practice of politics by proper means needs constant fine tuning and improvement. Decrying all politics and politicians, only helps terrorists and dictators who are the two sides of the same coin. And the rich and powerful always prefer terrorists and dictators to do business with.

Those caught in this crossfire are always the Aam Aadmis whose deaths are not even mourned - the taxi driver who lost the entire family at CST firing, the numerous waiters and stewards who lost their lives working in Taj for a monthly salary that would be one time bill for their masters.

Source: http://mediaverve.com/smallchange/the-petition/#comment-37

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How the terrorist was captured  

What is striking is the bravery of some of the Indian policemen, says Wall street journal.

The sole terrorist captured alive was overpowered by policemen armed with only batons, says the Wall Street Journal.
He was one of two gunmen who fired bullets and hurled grenades at the CST railway station, killing more than 40 people, and then attacked the nearby Cama Hospital, killing two unarmed guards at the entrance and a policeman in a gunfight on the top floor. Then they raced out of the hospital and opened fire on a police SUV, killing Mumbai’s Anti-Terrorist Squad chief Hemant Karkare and two other officers.
The terrorists dumped the officers’ bodies on the ground and sped off in the SUV, pursued by another police vehicle.
At one point, the terrorists ditched the SUV and hijacked a private car – a Skoda, police said. The Wall Street Journal reports:
Two hours later, they ran into a large police roadblock erected on a key road leading out of south Mumbai, at Chowpatty Beach.
Skidding to a halt 30 feet away from the roadblock, the Skoda's driver blinded the police with high beams and, flipping wipers, began spraying fluid on the windshield so that officers couldn't see into the car, said sub-inspector Bhaskar Kadam, one of the officers manning the roadblock.
The three policemen armed with guns drew them. The nine others waved their bamboo sticks. Revving the engine, the car tried to U-turn but got stuck on the median. The man in the passenger seat rolled out and started shooting, killing one officer and wounding another. The surviving baton-wielding officers jumped on him, knocking him unconscious. Policemen with guns shot the driver dead.
This pair's killing spree was over. Police later identified the gunman taken alive as Mr. Qasab, from the Punjab region of Pakistan, who they say is providing details of the plot.
Read more here-http://www.pressrun.net/weblog/2008/12/mumbai-terrorists-spared-two-turks-says-survivor.html

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Tearful Farewell to Sabina Sehgal Saikia  

We did not know her personally. We read her reports as a food critic and enjoyed every piece of it. Her writings showed the person behind. And weeks after weeks we waited for her writings.

I was shocked to hear the tragic news of her death.

Here is some informatioon from the news media for those who want to know about her.

NEW DELHI: Scores of teary eyed friends, colleagues, celebrities and even people who didn't know her personally turned up to bid farewell to Sabina Sehgal Saikia, a well-known scribe and food critic who perished in the Mumbai terror strike and was cremated here on Sunday.
The body of Sabina, a consulting editor with the Times of India, was consigned to the flames at Lodhi Road cremation grounds.
For many, it tragically ended the uncertainty that had prevailed in the media about her death ever since it came to be known that she was among those trapped at the Taj Mahal Palace and Tower Hotel when terrorists struck there on Wednesday night.
That she was as popular with the rich and famous as among lay readers was evident from the numbers that turned up to pay their last respects. Beauty expert Shahnaz Husain, actor Nandita Das, politician-industrialist Naveen Jindal, journalists Dilip Padgaonkar, Vikram Chandra, Vinod Nair were all present.

Sabina Sehgal Saikia has been with The Times of India for the past 17 years. She has worked for the newspaper in various capacities and departments. She was part of the launch team of both Saturday Times and The Sunday Times of India. As a special correspondent with the Political News Bureau, she covered very sensitive areas such as CBI, The Northeast, Enforcement Directorate and Intelligence Bureau. Subsequently she took over as the Editor of Delhi Times and has given it a youthful orientation. For the past eight years, she has been reviewing restaurants and their delicacies for The Times of India. Her immensely popular weekly column - Main Course - which appears in Delhi Times, has accurately charted the chequered business of eating out in the capital. The hallmark of her critiques has been the objectivity, integrity and honesty with which she evaluates a restaurant. She visits the restaurant anonymously, picks up the tab at the end of the meal and writes, without hesitation, about the entire dining experience. She is the author of The Times Good Eating Guide, a comprehensive evaluation of 600 restaurants in the city.She is an alumnus of Lady Sriram College and the Indian Institute of Mass Communication. Sabina Sehgal Saikia has made her mark in whatever she has taken up as a journalist.


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Oil PSU officers strike deferred  

Oil PSU officers defer proposed indefinite strike from 2nd Dec

The executives of public sector oil firms on Sunday called off their proposed indefinite strike from 2nd December following some tough negotiations, coupled with pressure from the government.
Unhappy at 40 to 200 per cent wage hike approved by the government earlier this month, the Oil Sector Officers Association (OSOA), which claims to represent 55,000 officers of 14 oil PSUs, had called an indefinite strike from 2nd December.
"The strike has been deferred for an indefinite period," an official said.
The association said in a statement later this evening that it decided to defer the strike after deliberating over the terror attacks in Mumbai.
With two days to go before the strike, which could have crippled the economy by halting oil and gas production and disrupting fuel supplies, Petroleum Secretary R S Pandey did some tough talking, contending that officers, being part of the decision-making process, could not resort to strikes.
Simultaneously, heads of the companies engaged their respective unions, telling the executives that the government had done its best in times of a global economic downturn.
Also they told the officers that together with perks and performance-related pay, their total remuneration was highly competitive.
They also held out the threat of disciplinary action if the officers went ahead with the strike.
While, on the one hand, Pandey refused to be blackmailed by the strike threat, on the other hand, he prepared a detailed contingency plans to keep operations going.
The official said while HPCL executives were never part of the strike calls, those of IOC, EIL and OIL withdrew subsequently.
Many in the ranks of the OSOA felt this was not the right time to resort to strikes when the nation was faced with the worst-ever terrorist strikes.
Finally, the OSOA leadership buckled under pressure and deferred the strike.
In its statement, the OSOA said that it would "observe two minutes' silence at 1030 hours on 2nd December at all the work centres."
Besides, the office bearers of the association would light candles at Gateway of India at 1230 hours on the same day and a rally would be organised to express solidarity, the OSOA said, while requesting the management of all the oil companies to provide necessary assistance.
It also expressed concern over the security of various installations of oil firms and the lacklustre attitude of the government and managements towards the security issue

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48 great quotes of Gurudev Rabindra Nath Thakur  

A mind all logic is like a knife all blade. It makes the hand bleed that uses it.
Age considers; youth ventures.
Beauty is truth's smile when she beholds her own face in a perfect mirror.
Bigotry tries to keep truth safe in its hand with a grip that kills it.
By plucking her petals, you do not gather the beauty of the flower.
Clouds come floating into my life, no longer to carry rain or usher storm, but to add color to my sunset sky.
Death is not extinguishing the light; it is only putting out the lamp because the dawn has come.
Depth of friendship does not depend on length of acquaintance.
Do not say, 'It is morning,' and dismiss it with a name of yesterday. See it for the first time as a newborn child that has no name.
Don't limit a child to your own learning, for he was born in another time.
Emancipation from the bondage of the soil is no freedom for the tree.
Every child comes with the message that God is not yet discouraged of man.
Every difficulty slurred over will be a ghost to disturb your repose later on.
Everything comes to us that belongs to us if we create the capacity to receive it.
Facts are many, but the truth is one.
Faith is the bird that feels the light and sings when the dawn is still dark.
Faith is the bird that feels the light when the dawn is still dark.
From the solemn gloom of the temple children run out to sit in the dust, God watches them play and forgets the priest.
Gray hairs are signs of wisdom if you hold your tongue, speak and they are but hairs, as in the young.
He who is too busy doing good finds no time to be good.
I have become my own version of an optimist. If I can't make it through one door, I'll go through another door - or I'll make a door. Something terrific will come no matter how dark the present.
I slept and dreamt that life was joy. I awoke and saw that life was service. I acted and behold, service was joy.
If you shut the door to all errors, truth will be shut out.
In Art, man reveals himself and not his objects.
Let us not pray to be sheltered from dangers but to be fearless when facing them.
Let your life lightly dance on the edges of Time like dew on the tip of a leaf.
Life is given to us, we earn it by giving it.
Love does not claim possession, but gives freedom.
Love is an endless mystery, for it has nothing else to explain it.
Love is not a mere impulse, it must contain truth, which is law.
Love is the only reality and it is not a mere sentiment. It is the ultimate truth that lies at the heart of creation.
Music fills the infinite between two souls.
Music fills the infinite between two souls. This has been muffled by the mist of our daily habits.
Nirvana is not the blowing out of the candle. It is the extinguishing of the flame because day is come.
The burden of the self is lightened with I laugh at myself.
The butterfly counts not months but moments, and has time enough.
The flower which is single need not envy the thorns that are numerous.
The highest education is that which does not merely give us information but makes our life in harmony with all existence.
The water in a vessel is sparkling; the water in the sea is dark. The small truth has words which are clear; the great truth has great silence.
Those who own much have much to fear.
To be outspoken is easy when you do not wait to speak the complete truth.
Trees are Earth's endless effort to speak to the listening heaven.
We come nearest to the great when we are great in humility.
We gain freedom when we have paid the full price.
We live in the world when we love it.
What is Art? It is the response of man's creative soul to the call of the Real.
You can't cross the sea merely by standing and staring at the water.
Your idol is shattered in the dust to prove that God's dust is greater than your idol.

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