30 December 2009

20 Rocking ways to welcome 2010

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Green Carpet Nite on 2010 New Year's Celebration at Steel with International Dhol Artiste and Djs Mash & Ashim : Beat Party Nite Ever at The ASHOK, New Delhi

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2010 New Year's Eve Party on thursday 31st DEC at ELEVATE by Juggy-D and Manak-E book now: online or Tele Booking

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Best New Year Deal from Raffaele on Food Products with free Plum Pudding Walnut Pie in Delhi and NCR

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Delhi's Best New Year 2010 Eve Celebration party at Hilton Garden Inn very cheap and affordable price for couple and singles

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29 December 2009

Provincialism of language and The health of popular Indian languages.

1. Indeed, Hindi was broadly accepted as the National Language and Hindi Prachar Sabha-s were established to propagate Hindi language and working successfully in many States, esp. in Tamilnadu, where the objections of serious nature developed later.

2. Malayalees took to Hindi as fish to swimming, as the Sampoornanand version of Sanskritised Hindi- not Hindustani- was understood better by Keralites than even UP-ites, who were more familiar with Urdu words. Most of the rankings in Hindi Language Examinations in Delhi or Agra, I remember were taken by Malayali students, as they knew the Devanagri script while studying Sanskrit and the terminologies too of Sanskrit.  

3. What was objected to and aggravated to serious agitations was the modus operandi followed in imposing Hindi through Central Govt. offices as well as UPSC examinations- only in English and Hindi then- which States like TN would not accept. One of the reasons of success of the Dravida movement was the anti-Hindi agitations in 1960-s, bandhs and defacing Hindi- boards, displays..etc. leading  to severe law and order problems and sympathies for DMK rising fast.

4. The Centre unilaterally decided to send all letters in Hindi which found the trash-box in many offices in non-Hindi States without responding, paralysing the work in offices. It was then diluted to both English and Hindi versions on either side of the paper for Govt. correspondence.
Thousands of mediocre school non-metrics from Hindi States were recruited as Hindi teachers and sent to every Central office to teach Hindi to non-Hindi speaking staff, a futile effort initially, until passing Hindi language tests was made compulsory for promotions.. etc.

5. Nehru then came up with the idea that while non-Hindi States would learn Hindi as a third language, Hindi speaking States would insist on the staff to learn one of the non-Hindi languages- which never materialised.

UPSC examinations too were compromised to accept all 14 languages and mediocres flooded the IAS and other cadres compromising on meritocracy in Central Services.


7. However, IAS officers posted to particular States learn the local language within a few years and converse, speak and write notings in the States they work. This works as it is mandatory.

8. Parochialism is bad and is divisive. But Parochialism has benefited many political parties to win the elections, be it DMK or Shiv Sena or Akali Dal etc. Shiv Sena and MNS are aiming at this goal.

9. Hindi movies have done propogation of Hindi language much more effectively than all Govt. promotionary programmes put together. Popularity in Hindi movies is universal.

10. If you want to promote Hindi, make it a third language from Std.V compulsory up to XII, besides English and mother tongue for the next 15 years, and you will find the next generation prepared to meet any challenges then, without any compulsion.

Veer Savarkar once started addressing a public meeting in Hindi at Bangalore . 
The crowd started shouting "Speak in Kannada. We will hear only in kannada." 
Veer Savarkar replied " Friends, I have spent 14 years of rigorous imprisonment in ill famous Andaman Jail where all freedom fighters were kept in jail. I have learned Bengali from the freedom fighters coming from Bengal , Hindi from those coming from Uttar Pradesh, even gujarathi and 
punjabi. Unfortunately there was none from Karnataka from whom I could have learned Kannada." 
...and there was pin drop   silence.

The primary cause of the problem is the failure of the Indian state on two major counts:

a)  failing to establish a comprehensive public education system to provide quality education for most of Bhaarat's children up to the secondary levels, AND a combination of public & private institutions of higher learning of high quality in all fields (including the humanities) to produce technocrats, professionals, managers, 'artists', thought leaders and cutting-edge researchers for Bhaarat (not for Nasa, Microsoft, and Wall Street); and

b)  failing to establish a comprehensive 'language policy' to further enrich India 's linguistic heritage, which is fundamental to intellectual and moral development, as well as cultural articulation and innovation. 

 Hopefully this anecdote would help people understand how and where India slipped by 
making a comparison. 

 A university undergraduate (biological science) - outside India - has been selected to spend one semester (five months) in a Swedish university, beginning Jan 2010, as part of the student exchange programme.  A catch.  He cannot take courses at the Bachelor degree level because all first degree courses (including the hard sciences) are conducted in the Swedish language.  Only Masters and above are available in English.  This young man (of Indian origin) has, therefore, agreed to choose somewhat equivalent modules from the Masters programme. 

The politicians who fight to get elected can't run even kindergartens properly, so much so that even ordinary peasants are forced into sending their children to unaffordable private 'convents' (in English).  Do you know what kind of damage is being done to the mental and emotional development of these kids forced to learn a foreign language (English)?  Aggravating the problem is the fact that most of the teachers are themselves not proficient in English.  What is going on in the name of education is, therefore, nothing less than criminal.  There are any number of educationists who will vouch for the damage the kids will suffer.  But the education merchants are in cahoots with the politicians and bureaucrats.  

At the other end is the problem of job opportunities for graduates educated through the mother tongue.   

Why is it that Bhaarat cannot get to do what the Swedes, Dutch, French, Japanese, Chinese, Russians.... . can?

Is it because they have superior languages?

Or superior people? 

Jaago India Jaago
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24 December 2009

Merry Christmas : Best and most famous christmas wallpapers and quotes

Merry Christmas to All

Christmas waves a magic wand over this world, and behold,
everything is softer and more beautiful.

The best of all gifts around any Christmas tree:
the presence of a happy family all wrapped up in each other.

May Peace be your gift at Christmas and your blessing
all year through!

Blessed is the season which engages the whole world
in a conspiracy of love!

Christmas is forever, not for just one day,
for loving, sharing, giving, are not to put away
like bells and lights and tinsel, in some box upon a shelf.
The good you do for others is good you do yourself...

I Love India
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New Year Discount 40% on Sony Handycams and Cyber-Shot with free 4 GB memory stick and a carrying case

New Year 2010 is just outdoor and to welcome 2010 with great zeal, Sony India announces a new promotional offers on several products.
The company is said to begin its year 2010 with a price drop in the Handycam and Cyber-shot range alongside the launch of a new Walkman with Speakers. In addition, users can take home a new portable PSP 3004 by sharing their special walkman experience.
The limited New Year offer will let users avail a discount of 40 percent on Sony Handycams while DCR-SX40 and DCR-SX60 and DCR-DVD650 are now priced at Rs. 14,990, Rs. 16,990, and Rs. 12,990 respectively.

The Cyber-Shot DSC-S930 earlier priced at Rs. 7,990, will now be available only for Rs. 6,990. Well, Sony will also let users take home a 4GB memory stick and a carrying-case for free. Dressed in Lovely Pink and Bold Black colors, this Sony device is attractively priced at Rs.7,990.
Users can now clutch their favorite devices by taking advantage of these offers.
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21 December 2009

John Lennon "War is Over" merry christmas lyrics, chords, listen free war is over song download

So this is Christmas
And what have you done
Another year over
And a new one just begun
Ans so this is Christmas
I hope you have fun
The near and the dear one
The old and the young

A very merry Christmas
And a happy New Year
Let's hope it's a good one
Without any fear
And so this is Christmas
For weak and for strong
For rich and the poor ones
The world is so wrong
And so happy Christmas
For black and for white
For yellow and red ones
Let's stop all the fight
A very merry Christmas
And a happy New Year
Let's hope it's a good one
Without any fear
And so this is Christmas
And what have we done
Another year over
And a new one just begun
Ans so this is Christmas
I hope you have fun
The near and the dear one
The old and the young
A very merry Christmas
And a happy New Year
Let's hope it's a good one
Without any fear
War is over over
If you want it
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for black and for white
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14 December 2009

What is the reason of linguistic war going in India. Should Hindi be taken as a national language and be made compulsory or we should follow 'language of convenience’ and follow English as "Ingliss" and lose our identity. Jaago India Jaago

There are various elements necessary in the making of a nation such as a common language, a common religion, a common Government and a common culture and social economy, but perhaps the most fundamental and indispensible factor is the possession of a common country, a fixed, definite abode. Even nationality has a material physical basis without which it can hardly manifest and assert itself as a real existence and factor in the political world”. – Radha Kumud Mookerji, Ex-Historian

Those nations are at a loss, where there is no common language, one that is officially declared, mooted and followed religiously. A common language can convey the sensitivity of their inhabitants. On 15th August 1947, British India gave birth to a sovereign nation: India in English and Bharat in Hindi.

What’s there in a name? Are ‘Bharat’ and ‘India’ same or different?

By January 26, 1950 it was made official that rich cultural heritage and ethnic diversity of “ancient Bharat” will be re-assimilated and will be re-amalgamated in order to carve out a new modern nation, BHARAT. But nothing really happened… at the age of 59, Bharat is persistently struggling for ‘her’ own identity against India. From British-India to India, privately owned India Inc. is endlessly ruling the roost. Bharat has continually been facing tough challenge to stand on its feet - since its inception. Millions of people of ‘Indian’ origin do not know what ‘Bharat’ is, and why ‘Bharat’ is engraved in their Passports and other documents? What happened in ‘Maharashtra Assembly’ speaks the volume of identity crisis of Bharat. Linguistic war inside Assembly could have been avoided, if we would have given our country one name: either India or Bharat.

Will any country without “a language of national repute in real terms” ever become a forceful country to reckon with?

A few months ago, there was a panel discussion on CNN-IBN online why “the foreign policy of China is ruthlessly aggressive”. In other words, why our nation’s foreign policy is mercifully meek? Panel failed to address the core problem, it was the language. Mandarin, the language of China is a ‘font’ of aggression and the ‘typescript’ of national pride. Our nation does not have a language that can embrace her entire populace and stimulate the feeling for the place we live in and work for, neither the officially declared Hindi and nor the languages of 8th schedule in our constitution. It is practically impossible to snub aggression in ‘scrounged’ idioms, what ‘India’ is doing for the past several years.

Officially declared language, Hindi went on dialysis on the night of August 14, 1947 when first Prime Minister of Independent India Pt. Jawahar Lal Nehru delivered his first ‘independence speech’ in and outside the Parliament in the language of his convenience. ‘Nehruvian’ school of language continues to dominate both inside and outside of Parliament amongst different political and social affiliates. India became the officiating country to the world; her representatives never spoke in the officially declared nation’s language at any world forum. It is ironical to note that many cities and states across our country adopted names in their respective languages in order to assert their regional smugness. Calcutta, Bombay, Madras and Bangalore embraced regional self-importance in the form of Kolkata, Mumbai, Chennai and Bengaluru, respectively. No one asserted emphatically ever on behalf of Bharat. 

Bombay, the financial capital of India became Mumbai, but Mumbai remained financial capital of India. Imperative to regional leadership and own weaknesses of Bharat, not only Mumbai is slowly slithering, but the entire small rural-urban centers across the nation. That is why there is no national pride associated in the battle of name change. ‘India’ gained many technologists and scientists, but there was none in favor of ‘Bharat’. Hence, our national (educational) identity is lost in translation.

India is more accommodative.

Music is magic, and Indian (mainly Hindi) Cinema has shown us a new national hope. In 2009, nearly two-third lyrics of Hindi songs have English inputs for the betterment of our rural folk-tongue. According to a survey on upper middle and rich Indians conducted by The Nielsen (published in CNN-IBN online edition) found that "Top 10 affluent cities of India prefer English language for newspapers but watched television more in regional languages. “Nine in 10 affluent individuals watch television and nearly three-fourth read English dailies”, the survey further added.

Can English as a language be our exclusive identity of one-nation theory - India?

Reflective confusion has always prevailed over Indian Institute of Technology vs ‘Bhartiya Prodyogiki Sansthan’. And, between Prodyogiki and Technology, there were/are many dumb abnegators. It was my late realization in early 1990s that why parents are working overtime on feeding ‘Technology’ to their children over ‘Prodyogiki’ as a mode of communication? Trends set in motion for the sake of acquiring prestige, power and jobs, or whatever the forms it may have today. A sudden realization by the Government was for a ‘unique identification number’ for all in order to serenade one’s national identity. Therefore, Agency was ‘just’ given a new name in Hindi language, “Bhartiya Vishishth Pahchaan Pradhikaran” and in English “Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI)”. It was noticed that UIDAI made its presence felt everywhere on the recent visit of its Director, Mr. Nandan Nilekani in Patna. There was no banner depicting “Bhartiya Vishishth Pahchaan Pradhikaran”. Poor ‘Bharat’ is enduring stress of continual ‘Indianization’ of her own heartland.

Policy making places are no exception. A couple of months ago, during a parliamentary Question hour in English between Maneka Gandhi and Jairam Ramesh, Mulyam Singh Yadav wondered whether he was in an Indian or an English parliament. 

What language one should use in the Parliament, the so-called national language Hindi or the language of convenience. Maneka Gandhi chose language of convenience, ENGLISH. Later BJP spokesperson Mr. Rajiv Pratap Rudi cleared the BJP view and gave verdict in favor of the language of convenience. At the same time, he showed ‘enormous kindnesses” towards Hindi. Constitutionally declared the so-called national language has all the privileges and civil liberties till the ‘language of convenience’ blows its horn boldly in coming years. Mr. Jairam Ramesh too asked for forgiveness.


A language is like a flower, and needs enough water for its nourishment, and hence, the Hindi. I personally believe that Hindi as a national language has failed at all fronts to such an extent that it will certainly never become a language of convenience in 21st century. Hindi has further failed to get acquainted with millions of individuals as ‘Indian identity’, so why it has been crowned with national title with so much disgrace in their own country and parliament? Insult can be tolerable, injury can be beyond repair. Hindi should be given due respect in the 8th schedule of constitution before it loses everything in the name of national language in coming years. Language signifies our identity. Why should we carry such a fake identity, which divides people and creates a class system based on linguistic diatribe?

Hindi is losing its foot hold in the Hindi heartland, where the life of economically upward mobile people wakes up with “good morning” and slumbers with “good night”. Those who are fighting for Hindi inside Parliament/Assembly ironically take pride in their second generation who are fluent enough in the characters of “good morning” to “good night”. Not only amongst rich and affluent, over the years English has emerged stronger, has grown bigger, and in fact they are finding acceptability amongst rural tongue - INGLISS. 

These days, speaking ‘Ingliss’ is providing citizens of Bharat a full satisfaction of earning prestige as well as upper hand in sharing the cake of globalization with rest of Indians including nearness to bureaucracy and military.

Hindi has no right to occupy the national language seat in an ethnically divided multi-lingual country. Time has come to declare INGLISS as a language of national identity and neo-nationalism. Time has come to shed the ‘double standard’ in our lives. Bihar has always been the torch bearer of the revolution of its kind. Bringing English (Ingliss, an Indian English) as a compulsory subject in Class X board is a major shift in the policy of Government of Bihar. Many “Bhartiya” from Bihar putrefied in their linguistic struggles on the streets of ‘India’ in finding their dreams. Let the Government of Bihar initiate the process of endowing the official status to INGLISS as the primary language for all Biharis.

A country whose President, Prime Minister and Council of Ministers refrain from speaking “officially declared national language” while pledging for their respective offices, remain restrained in taking tough stand against the marginalization of national language by extremist forces; a country whose parliamentarians are mortified by the language Hindi, calling it a disease, is an embarrassment to the words, national and nationalism. It is an absolute double standard with respect to ‘Bharat’.Let us declare “Ingliss or English” the language of National Identity of India.

src: When India Defeated Bharat: By Dr. Sudhir Ranjan
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17 November 2009

How to add a Menu Navigation Bar with hyper links at the top in a blogger blog with new XML template?

A blog does have a blogger navigation bar at the top but lacks a MENU BAR with links to your own blog or any other link with your own choice links, as we see in many websites.  http://codezila.blogspot.com/

This helps in easy navigation across your blog/site. The reader will have a wide variety of choice and will stay on your site or blog for a longer time. This also helps in categorizing your blog posts according to their category or genre. http://codezila.blogspot.com/

Follow the following steps and its all done... very easy indeed.

  1. Login to your blogger account and go to LAYOUT & then  PAGE ELEMENTS (default) 
  2. Now click on EDIT HTML  and  check " 
  3. Use Browser Text Search Feature using shortcut "Ctrl+F" and type in "Inner layout" to find "/* Inner layout */" inside ""
  4. Paste the following code after "/* Inner layout */" :
  5. /****** Top Navigation ******/
    #topnav {width: 100%; 
       height: 20px;
       text-align: right;
       font-size: 0.7em;
       color: #999999;
       float: right; }
    #topnav img {
       border: none; 
       padding: 5px; }
    /****** Navigation ******/
    #navigation {
       width: 100%;
    url(http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_3SdVQe5mP8U/Sssg9YVGb_I/AAAAAAAALfE/7QSG50RJYnM/s320/menu_button.JPG) repeat-x;
       height: 35px;
    /*   border-top: ##58b2eb solid 1px; */
       margin-bottom: 2px;}
    #navbar_link {
       height: 34px;
       float: left; }
    #navigation #navbar_link ul {
       float: left;
       width: 100%;
       list-style-type: none; }
    #navigation #navbar_link ul li {
       display: inline; }
    #navigation #navbar_link ul li a {
       padding: 0px 15px;
       color: #ffffff;
       text-decoration: none;
       line-height: 1.7em;
       float: left;
       border-right: 2px solid #0c5684;
       text-decoration: none;
       font-size: 1em;
       font-weight: bold;
    #navigation #navbar_link a:hover { 
       text-decoration: none; 
       border-right: 1px solid #0c5684;
       color: #FFFFFF;
    background: #ddd 
    url(http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_3SdVQe5mP8U/Sssf0YtHOyI/AAAAAAAALe8/H9Gh5b9Dn90/s320/menu_button.JPG) repeat-x;
    .1ST a {
    background:  url(http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_3SdVQe5mP8U/Sssel0xFZRI/AAAAAAAALe0/Mm9U_ETVHeQ/s320/menu_button.JPG) repeat-x; 
  6. Now Uncheck " " at the top right.
  7. Use Browser Text Search Feature using shortcut "Ctrl+F" and type in "header-wrapper" to find
    div id="header-wrapper"
  8. Now before this header div ends , paste the following code after /b:section

    <!--navigation links-->
    <div id='navigation'>
          <div id='navbar_link'>
               <li class='1ST'><a expr:href='data:blog.homepageUrl'>Home</a></li>
               <li><a href='url1'>Link Title</a></li>
               <li><a href='url2'>Link title2</a></li>
               <li><a href='url3'>link title 3</a></li>
    <!-- add as many links as you want -->
          </div><!-- end of navbar_link -->
          </div><!-- end of navbar -->

  9. Replace the url1/url2/... with your own links and Link Title1/2/3.... with your link title.
  10. Save the Template. Its All Done. You can see the green navigation bar as shown above.
  11. Having problem with the code? feel free to ask through below comment area.
  12. enjoy a new look to your blog or site.
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07 November 2009

How to add adsense ads just after the post title and after Post Ends in blogs.

It is always beneficial to show the ads just after the post title before the real content starts. But by default the ads are shown either in the sidebar or after the comment link at the bottom of the post. So many a time your visitors did not even give a look to the ads which is not desirable.

So what to do to make the adsense ads come just after the post Title and at the post bottom before the Comments or reaction buttons or anything else.

Follow the following steps and its all done... very easy indeed.

  1. Login to your blogger account and go to LAYOUT >> PAGE ELEMENTS (default) 
  2. Click on EDIT in BLOG POSTS (a pop-up window "configure blog posts" will open)
  3. Check the radio button  "SHOW ADS BETWEEN POSTS" at the last of "Post Page Option" in the pop-up.
  4. Scroll down and click on Ok (you can edit the colour of the ad displayed, its better to match the ad colour to your blog colour especially ad background and border must be same as blog background colour)
  5. Save the template by clicking on the BLUE button at the top right.
  6. Now click on EDIT HTML >> check " 
  7. Use Browser Text Search Feature using shortcut "Ctrl+F" and type in "adcode" to find <adcode> just after the comment section.
  8. Then add "!" before adcode like <!--adcode--> (this makes the defalut adcode as a comment for the browser and it will ignore it while interpreting the codes)
  9. Then Find  "<data:post.body/>" using "Ctrl+F".
  10. After and Before "<data:post.body/>" paste this code:
  11. Save the Template. Its All Done. Now after every each post title your ad will be shown and at the bottom also. To edit the type of ad size and colour see point 4. But its better to use a square size ad format.
  12. Best of Luck. Happy earning.
NOTE: Always Save your template before editing your HTML codes.

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05 November 2009

Bad News for Pet Lover: Be Careful MCD to seize and sell lost pets

Next time your pet dog, cat, birds, etc, is found abandoned or roaming in any public place or public land, MCD can impound them and sell them to recover the cost of removing and feeding if the amount is not paid by the owner within seven days. http://hallosushant.blogspot.com/

Under MCDs proposed pet policy to be tabled in the standing committee for approval on Wednesday the civic body has the right to do so under section 418 of the Delhi Municipal Corporation Act, 1957, which pertains to seizure of certain animals. http://hallosushant.blogspot.com/
The proposed policy also elaborates on the rules and regulations for issuing licenses to pet shops which are functioning without one so far. As per section 418, if a horse, cattle or quadruped animals or birds are found abandoned and roaming or tethered on any street or public place, MCD officials can impound the animal and remove it to a place earmarked by the civic agency. The cost of impounding the animals or birds and feeding them will be recovered by auctioning them off. http://hallosushant.blogspot.com/

The owner of the animal or bird should come forward to claim them within seven days of the seizure, and will have to pay us the cost incurred by us in impounding the animal and in feeding it, an MCD official said. The civic agency is formulating a licencing policy for pet shops to regulate privately operating individual /groups selling pet animals. The aim is to ensure animals are adequately supplied with food and water, are not sold at a tender age and all reasonable precautions are taken to prevent unnatural death. http://hallosushant.blogspot.com/
by: Ruhi Bhasin | TNN
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Is India ready to become the Biggest Economy of the World? Please Donate to Help stop Child Labour

We all know India is growing at an extensive speed, giving birth to a lot of entrepreneurs and Business Tycoons. Our Status and reputation are gaining strength in the World. In every Aspect we are developing but still Vision 2020 of Dr.Kalam can not be achieved unless we reduce the gap between these two positions:

.Photo: by Shelton Muller

At an age when she should be visiting school and learning, she is earning livelihood for herself and her family. Showing her extraordinary skills of balancing on rope she manage to earn Rs.100 a day from the offerings from the passing buyers on the road side of PUSHKAR. Though she can make her carrier and future in Gymnasium and may bring back some medals for the country, but who has time to look into it. Every one is busy and counting there own lot. Even Govt. approaches them only when they seems to be a potential vote bank. http://hallosushant.blogspot.com/
Still the no of Child Labours in India is at an alarming level. Sparing some pennies from our daily extravagance like an ice-cream or just a cigarette we can help them shape their future.If we want to see India at the apex we need to change ourself.  Those pennies may not count for you but meant a lot for those whose daily earning is less then $1. http://hallosushant.blogspot.com/

After 6 decades of Independence child labour exists and we think we are developing. These Kids did not ask for a laptop or an ice-cream but there age needs a nourishment for their Mind and Body. They are the one which can shape the future and image of India. Govt is trying a lot for them, providing basic schooling and even mid-day meals and school dress completely free to attract them to attend classes, but what really approaches them is not hidden from anyone. The corruption is present at every level. Despite the numerous promises and provisions made by the Indian government, the state of many of the country's children continues to be pitiable. Statistics reveal that there are close to 13 million child laborers, about 3 to 5 lakh children are forcibly engaged in prostitution and at least 18 million children live on the streets in India. Coupled with child abuse and poverty figures, the picture is far from pretty. A little help on your part can bring these numbers down! http://hallosushant.blogspot.com/

We need to change it, It is the responsibility of every Indian to ask and check the status and condition of such schools and to contribute to shape the life of these 'to be futures' of India. There are a lot of NGO's and other organisations helping these kids to smile. Please Help them to make these kids SMILE in true sense.
Please Donate: your Donation can help:

Donate through UNICEF : As low as Rs. 1000 [click here]
Donate to Cry CRY: Child Rights and You 
Sponsor a Child : World Vision India and get TAX benefits under section 80G
Donate to Smile Foundation
Donate for India Street Kids
Donate online to accountable Indian NGOs working for children

Please Jaago India Jaago Don't think about yourself only, we are human we are meant to share the problems of the world. Please Donate and help her.
Some Links:
Initiatives towards Elimination of Child Labour – Action Plan and Present Strategy
UNICEF Statistics India
India Street Kids
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04 November 2009

BCCI reserve price for the bidding of Team Indias jersey logo sponsorship in Crores

How much Twenty20 is popular and Money maker for BCCI can be guessed by this article printed in todays Times Of India (Delhi). The Day is not far when BCCI's wealth can be compared to Some wealthy Footbal clubs in the world. And why not if the craze for cricket is among 1,00,00,00,000 Indian alone much more than whole Footbal Fans in the world, if i'm not wrong...please dont mind if i've over-estimated. But Really Saying this is called Money Making...

Team India Rocks... Jai Ho

Article as In Today's TIMES OF INDIA (Delhi):

by: Indranil Basu | TNN [TOI]

The Board of Control for Cricket in India has put Twenty20 on a par with ODIs and Tests while setting the reserve price for the bidding of Team Indias jersey logo sponsorship. Sources said the board is asking for a minimum bid of Rs 3 crore for each Test, ODI or T20 game, showing the growing commercial value of T20 matches. http://hallosushant.blogspot.com/
Four years ago, the base price was Rs 90 lakh for an ODI match and Rs 1 crore for a Test. T20 didnt even have a market. But in the last two and-a-half years, the valuation of logo sponsorship in a T20 game has caught up with those of Tests and ODIs.
The hike in reserve price could put bidders in a tizzy. It has already put present sponsor Sahara in two minds.

Asking Rate

BCCI seeking Rs 3 crore for each Test, ODI and T20 match Four years ago, the base price was Rs 90 lakh for an ODI and Rs 1 crore for a Test At Rs 800cr, deal could be worth more than Manchester Uniteds Rs 650cr deal for 4 yrs.  http://hallosushant.blogspot.com/
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03 November 2009

Govt Financial grants for Basic Science Research open to MSc and Phd students by Union science and technology ministry for a period of 2 years.

The Centre is to hand out a two-year financial dole to fresh science graduates to help them continue higher studies and thus stop the decline in basic science researchhttp://hallosushant.blogspot.com/
The project of the Union science and technology ministry will be open to MSc and Phd students. The grant is intended to instil confidence among students to take up basic sciences, science and technology department.

An unemployed MSc or Phd basic science student can write a proposal to the department of science and technology on any project that would have useful results — either in terms of a product or in terms of enhanced knowledge, or new formulations in basic sciences. The proposal is evaluated by experts, and if okayed, the student gets the grant for two years. http://hallosushant.blogspot.com/

Students may not want to do an MSc or Phd in basic sciences, fearing they won’t land jobs. This hits research in basic sciences as well as the student ratio and strength. If there is some sort of security and an assured financial support period, students would feel confident to take up MSc or Phd in basic sciences.

The ministry is planning an awareness drive across the country on the science allowance. ‘‘Not many students are aware of the plan for basic sciences. We plan to go region-wise. There need be no fear about proposals being rejected. Keeping in mind the need to encourage basic science students, we have brought down the rejection rate. More students can now get grants,’’ said the official.
The grant expires after two years, and will be offered to a fresh batch of students — thus rotated every two years. The ministry is of the view that two years is adequate time for a student to find a job and that other students would be waiting for financial help.
‘‘The money coming from the DST is good and will be enough to help the student coast through a year or two. We expect a student to come up with a project that would be job-enabling, as experience on the project would count in job offers. The good thing is that students would not be penniless for the two-year period. The science ministry takes care of the student until he or she finds a job,’’ the official said.

For more info visit: DST

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07 October 2009

karva chauth katha, karwa chauth, karwa chauth puja, karwa chauth katha, karva chauth story

Karwa Chauth
Search for special mehndi designs is all time high as Karva Chauth Vrata is on Wednesday and married women are preparing for it. The women observe the fast for safety of their husbands on this occasion.

The women, after observing daylong fast, wore make up with extra care to give additional beauty to their look and offer prayers. They put on traditional attire and use special karva chauth mehndi design on their palms and hands.

Housewife Anamika Mishra says, “I visit a beautician and take a few tips of mehndi designs for this occasion that comes once in a year. I am extra cautious today for my attire and make up.”

Teacher Sheeli Singh, who doesn't like make up otherwise, has also sought some mehandi designs. “I like special mehandi designs for this occasion. If possible, I will consult a beauty expert for it, thereafter I will apply mehandi. This will add extra beauty to my look.,” says Sheeli.

Karwa Chauth is a traditional Hindu Festival of married women, and is celebrated in India and some parts of Pakistan.
Married women fast whole day without food or water for the long life of their husbands. The ritual signifies extreme love and devotion to the husband, as evidenced by the wife’s willingness to suffer for his well being.
Karwa Chauth Vrat Katha in English:
Longtime ago, there lived a family having 7 brothers and one sister. Sister’s name was veeravati.
After her marriage, on occasion of her first Karva Chauth, she came to her parents place, and decided to strictly observe the Karva Chauth fast, observing fast from sunrise till the time moon rises.
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invention of barcode: Google celebrates the Bar Code invention with a new Logo


According to Wikipedia, the  patent for barcode was issued on 7 October 1952. :)
Doodles are Google’s unique way to show its respect for great people, inventions and events. It is the best way to aware the netizens about any issue. On 2nd October, Google replaced its default logo by another special image featuring Mahatma Gandhi. I don’t know why it is only Google! Have you seen another such experiment on other websites? On any Indian websites? In.com, Rediff or any government website? NO, right? :(
This is why Google is a great institution and not just an online venture.

Know More About BARCODE:

What is bar code? It is method of automatic identification and data collection. The first patent for a bar code type product (US Patent #2,612,994) was issued to inventors Joseph Woodland and Bernard Silver on October 7, 1952. The Woodland and Silver bar code can be described as a "bull's eye" symbol, made up of a series of concentric circles. http://worldstrend.blogspot.com/
Examine the 1958 patent drawing to the left that depicts the Woodland's and Silver's bar code label and the 1958 patent drawing below right of the inventors' bar code scanner technology. The photo below left is an example of today's U.P.C. bar code on a product package.
In 1948, Bernard Silver was a graduate student at Drexel Institute of Technology in Philadelphia. A local food chain store owner had made an inquiry to the Drexel Institute asking about research into a method of automatically reading product information during checkout. Bernard Silver joined together with fellow graduate student Norman Joseph Woodland to work on a solution.
Woodland's first idea was to use ultraviolet light sensitive ink. The team built a working prototype but decided that the system was too unstable and expensive. They went back to the drawing board.  http://worldstrend.blogspot.com/
On October 20, 1949, Woodland and Silver filed their patent application for the "Classifying Apparatus and Method", describing their invention as "article classification...through the medium of identifying patterns".
Bar code was first used commercially in 1966, however, it was soon realized that there would have to be some sort of industry standard set. By 1970, the Universal Grocery Products Identification Code or UGPIC was written by a company called Logicon Inc. The first company to produce bar code equipment for retail trade use (using UGPIC) was the American company Monarch Marking in 1970, and for industrial use, the British company Plessey Telecommunications was also first in 1970. UGPIC evolved into the U.P.C. symbol set or Universal Product Code, which is still used in the United States. George J. Laurer is considered the inventor of U.P.C. or Uniform Product Code, which was invented in 1973. http://worldstrend.blogspot.com/
In June of 1974, the first U.P.C. scanner was installed at a Marsh's supermarket in Troy, Ohio. The first product to have a bar code included was a packet of Wrigley'sGum.
Bar Code History
Beginning with 1932, when an ambitious project was conducted by a small group of students headed by Wallace Flint at the Harvard University Graduate School of Business Administration. The project proposed that customers select desired merchandise from a catalog by removing corresponding punched cards from the catalog. http://worldstrend.blogspot.com/
Development of the U.P.C. Symbol History
About 1970, McKinsey & Co. (a consulting firm) in conjunction with UGPCC (Uniform Grocery Product Code Council, a corporation formed by the grocery industries leading trade associations) defined a numeric format for product identification.
How do I get a bar code for my product?
How to obtain a Universal Product Code Identification Number.
George J. Laurer
George J. Laurer invented U.P.C. in 1973 - Patents & Recognition For George Laurer
Uniform Code Council, Inc.
The UCC (formerly The Uniform Product Code Council, Inc.) is responsible for issuing product numbers, specification, etc. http://worldstrend.blogspot.com/
Barcode Server
A toy that entertains and reveals things about your barcode.
Barcode 1
Complete information about bar codes. http://worldstrend.blogspot.com/

By Mary Bellis @ About.com
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