31 December 2010

Kaspersky Internet Security 2011 with Anti Blacklist Crack,keygen for all kaspersky 2011 products also kaspersky kis and kav No more blacklisting: Free full Download

Kaspersky Internet Security 2011 – the all-in-one security solution that offers a worry-free computing environment for you and your family. Kaspersky Internet Security 2011 has everything you need for a safe and secure Internet experience. Kaspersky Internet Security 11.0 – is a new line of Kaspersky Labs products, which is designed for the multi-tiered protection of personal computers. This product is based on in-house protection components, which are based on variety of technologies for maximum levels of user protection regardless of technical competencies. This product utilizes several technologies, which were jointly developed by Kaspersky Labs and other companies; part of them is implemented via online-services.
Our products for home and home office are specifically designed to provide hassle-free and quality protection against viruses, worms and other malicious programs, as well as hacker attacks, spam and spyware.

During product preparation several competitor offerings were considered and analyzed - firewalls, security suites systems, which position themselves as proactive in defence and HIPS systems. Combination of in-hosue innovative developments and results from analysis gathered through the industry allowed to jump onto a new level of protection for personal users, whereby offering even more hardened and less annoying computer protection from all types of electronic threats – malicious programs of different types, hacker attacks, spam mailings, program-root kits, phishing emails, advertisement popup windows etc.



Kaspersky Internet Security 2011 with Anti Blacklist Crack v1.1

Kaspersky Internet Security 2011 with Anti Blacklist Crack v1.1
This crack works for all kaspersky 2011 products. also kaspersky kis and kav.No more blacklisting . check out the post for install instructions & notes.



Kaspersky Internet Security 2011 All Features:Essential Protection:
* Protects from viruses, Trojans and worms
* Blocks spyware and adware
* Scans files in real time (on access) and on demand
* Scans email messages (regardless of email client)
* Scans Internet traffic (regardless of browser)
* Protects instant messengers (ICQ, MSN)
* Provides proactive protection from unknown threats
* Scans Java and Visual Basic scripts

Install Notes
1. disable self defense and close kaspersky
2. open k11crackv11.exe & choose installfolder
3. start kaspersky and enable self defense
4. use 11111-11111-11111-1111X as Activation Code
5. use the key from key dir and enjoy 2048 days

Download Crack OnlyDownload Kaspersky Internet Security 2011 with Anti Blacklist Crack


Download Kaspersky Antivirus KIS 2011  Download Kaspersky Internet Security 2011 with Anti Blacklist Crack v1.1

Follow I Love India on Facebook:
Like this Post??? Share it:

Happy New Year 2011 : Get New Year wallpapers, images, Receipes, pic, songs, message, sms, shayari, greetings, wishes : All Free Download

Happy New Year Sms :

Sabke Dilo mai ho sabke liye Pyar,
Aanewala har din laye Khusiyo ka Towhar,
Es ummid ka sath aao bhulke sare Gum
New Year 20XX ko Hum Sab kare WEL-COME!


Nights are Dark but Days are Light,
Wish your Life will always be Bright.
So my Dear don't get Fear
Coz, God Gift us a "BRAND NEW YEAR".
*HAPPY NEW YEAR*b


Throughout the Coming Year may your life be filled with little celebration of Happiness...Wishes you a Bright, Happy and Prosperous New Year 20XX with God Bless.


Hope The New Year brings a lot of good cheer for you, May all Your Dreams Will be True, Hope the year also bring Gigabyte of Fun, Happy New Near and good luck with your Resolution.


I Wish a wish for You Dear.. Sending you Big bunch of Wishes from the Heart close to where..Wish you a Very Very Happy New Year..


A Relaxed Mind, A Peaceful Soul, A Joyful Spirit, A Healthy Body & Heart full of Love..All these are my Prayers for You..Wish a Happy New Year 20XX.


Hi My Very Special Friend..I pray you lay in rest, God bless you always & may New Year 20XX..Bring you a lot of Love & Happiness.


You know God arrange for you..
12 Months of Love,
52 Weeks Non Stop Fun,
& 365 days of Happiness.
So when you Mixed them all..
You will found a Very Happy Year! & I think it's 20XX My Dear.


In Year 20XX may God... would be your Best Friend, He Loves you Deeper, always Bless on You, God Always Guide You & Carry you...Happy New Year 20XX


Naye saal aaye banke ujale,
Khul jaye aap ki kismat ka tale,
Hamesha aap pe rahe meherban Oparwale,
Chand tare bhi aap pe hi rosni dale.
Happy New year.



Follow I Love India on Facebook:
Like this Post??? Share it:

23 December 2010

GoAir Initial Public Offerings (IPO) Stock Price, date, allocation, allotment, subscription, status and prospectus

Budget airline GoAir is planning to raise Rs 4-5 billion via an initial public offer in BSE NSE to repay debt and buy more aircraft, the Economic Times reported on Thursday.
The Mumbai-based airline owned by the Wadia group is in talks with investment banks such as Enam Financials to manage the offer and JM Financial is advising the airline, the paper quoted two sources close to the development as saying.
GoAir plans to raise Rs 4-5 bn via IPO

The airline has 10 Airbus aircraft and plans to expand its fleet to 20 aircraft by 2014.
A spokesperson for GoAir declined comment to the paper and Reuters could not reach the company for a comment immediately.

GoAir IPO: Review Analysis & Details

Some basic details first about the GoAir IPO, which are available as of now:

- The size of GoAir IPO is not exactly known, but as per the reports the size of the GoAir IPO will be around 400-500 Crore Rupees

- The majority of the capital collected through the GoAir IPO will be used to repay debt and to buy some new aircraftst to add to the GoAir fleet GoAir Logo

What are the primary reasons for GoAir to come out with the GoAir IPO?
The main reason for any company to come and list its shares in the stock market is to collect money from common public and so is the case with GoAir IPO
The money collected will be used by the company to repay its debts and to buy additional aircrafts. It is reported that the company is planning to double its no. of aircrafts from existing 10 to 20 airplanes by 2014-2015. In the short term, it is planning to add atleast 3 airplanes by the year 2011

So what is the needs of GoAir to come out with the GoAir IPO?
The aviation industry in India is showing some good growth signs, so the company management is reported to be hopeful about the IPO. However, its the investors who should take the call.
Business Expansion, Repayment of debts and loans are good enough reasons to be quoted for an IPO. However, one must note that an IPO is no guarantee of sure shot returns. Please read our previous article Investing in Airline Companies? for a detailed analysis about airline stocks and their performance.

What is the issue size of the GoAir IPO?
No info about that except that the company plans to raise 400-500 Crore Rupees from the GoAir IPO.
What is the price band of GoAir IPO?
It is reported that the recommended price band for GoAir IPO is not yet decided.

How many shares will be sold in the GoAir IPO?
The total no. of shares to be sold through this IPO is not known precisely.

What are the IPO dates for GoAir IPO
The IPO dates have not yet been finalised. But the IPO is expected to hit the markets sometimes in the next few months. The reason for this is that the airline sector has shown around 25% growth in November 2010. The same is expected to accelerate further and reach around 35-40% growth rate.

How will the capital raised by GoAir IPO be used?
It will be used for business expansion by purchase of new aircrafts and for repayment of debts.

Any ratings given to GoAir IPO?
No information about that as of now.

What are the analysts recommendations and business results for GoAir IPO?
No details available as of now. But one must be cautions about airline stocks. The reason is that historically, majority of the airline companies have posted not good returns - airline is not among the best performine sector in the stock markets.
Moreover, the aviation sector is strictly controlled by the government & regulations. In countries like India, we have recently seen new regulations about airlines should post their maximum fares on their websites in advance. All this is good for common passengers, but might be bad for investors of airline companies.
However, the IPO is a different story. One may make good returns in the short term, say by applying for IPO and selling it for profits on the listing date. Investors to take the call in the random markets
Follow I Love India on Facebook:
Like this Post??? Share it:

22 December 2010

Shekhawati Poly-Yarn to list its initial public offer (IPO) to BSE NSE Stock Exchange for 1.2 crore equity shares on December 27 with a target of Rs 36 crore at fixed price of Rs 30 per share : IPO buying tips, update, allotment, subscription, status and prospectus

Textile firm Shekhawati Poly-Yarn is entering capital market with its initial public offer (IPO) of 1.2 crore equity shares on December 27. The company aims to raise Rs 36 crore through IPO at fixed price of Rs 30 a share.
The issue will constitute 54.54% of the fully diluted post issue equity share capital of the company. 
Shekhawati Poly-Yarn IPO opens on December 27


Shekhawati is presently engaged in manufacturing of texturised and twisted yarn. Now it proposes to commence manufacturing of Knitted Fabric from Texturised Yarn, being one of the objects of the proposed public issue.
Issue proceeds are proposed to be used for buying new 30 twisting machines and installation of new 30 knitting machines; buying corporate office at an estimated cost of Rs 325 lakh and working capital requirements.
After this expansion, the company will have 35 machines for twisting yarn with capacity of 4,620 MTPA, 30 machines for knitting yarn with 1,980 MTPA and 20 for texturising yean with capacity of 27,400 MTPA.
Hem Securities Limited is the book running lead manager to issue.

src: MC
Follow I Love India on Facebook:
Like this Post??? Share it:

A2Z Maintenance and Engineering Services will list its IPO equity shares on NSE BSE stock exchange on DEC 23 with an issue price at lower end of price band of Rs 400-410 a share: IPO Allotments, price, subscription, status and prospectus

Engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) services provider A2Z Maintenance and Engineering Services will be listing its equity shares on exchanges on December 23. It has fixed an issue price at lower end of price band of Rs 400-410 a share.
The issue was just managed to sail through, which was subscribed 0.96 times
A2Z Maintenance to list shares on December 23


The company raised Rs 776.25 crore through IPO of 1,94,07,750 equity shares; it consists of fresh issue of Rs 675 crore and offer for sale of Rs 101.25 crore. Earlier it had aim to raise around Rs 860 crore.
The company will not receive any proceeds from the offer for sale. Fresh issue will be used for investment in three biomass (bagasse)-based power cogeneration projects of 15 MW each in the State of Punjab; investment in five biomass-based power generation projects of 15 MW each in the State of Rajasthan; investment in subsidiaries; repayment of a loan granted by L&T Infrastructure Finance Company Limited (L&T Infrastructure Finance) to the company; and working capital requirements.
A2Z Maintenance provides services to the power transmission and distribution sector with a focus primarily on the distribution segment. 
src MC
Follow I Love India on Facebook:
Like this Post??? Share it:

21 December 2010

Faster (2010) (In Hindi) Watch Free Movie Online and Download full Movie and Movie Review, cast, writer and Download Movie Poster


Starring:
Dwayne Johnson    …     Driver
Mauricio Lopez    …     Prison Guard
Jim Gaines    …     Inmate (as James Gaines)
Oliver Jackson-Cohen    …     Killer
Tom Berenger    …     Warden
Jan Hoag    …     Receptionist
Courtney Gains    …     Telemarketer
Billy Bob Thornton    …     Cop
Michael Irby    …     Vaquero
Josh Clark    …     Uniform
Carla Gugino    …     Cicero
Michael Blain-Rozgay    …     TV Anchor
Mike Epps    …     Roy Grone
Sidney S. Liufau    …     Kenny (as Sid S. Liufau)
Maggie Grace    …     Lily
Director:
George Tillman Jr.
Server 1 – Megavideo
Watch Part 1
Watch Part 2
Watch Part 3
Watch Part 4
Follow I Love India on Facebook:
Like this Post??? Share it:

The Chronicles of Narnia – The Voyage of the Dawn Treader (2010) (In Hindi) Watch Free Movie Online and Download full Movie and Movie Review, cast, writer and Download Movie Poster


Starring:
Georgie Henley     …     Lucy Pevensie
Skandar Keynes    …     Edmund Pevensie
Ben Barnes    …     Caspian
Will Poulter    …     Eustace Scrubb
Gary Sweet    …     Drinian
Terry Norris    …     Lord Bern
Bruce Spence    …     Lord Rhoop
Bille Brown    …     Coriakin
Laura Brent    …     Lilliandil
Colin Moody    …     Auctioneer
Tilda Swinton    …     The White Witch
Anna Popplewell    …     Susan Pevensie
William Moseley    …     Peter Pevensie
Shane Rangi    …     Tavros
Arthur Angel    …     Rhince
Director:
Michael Apted
Server 1 – Megavideo
Watch Part 1
Watch Part 2
Server 2 – Novamov
Watch Part 1
Watch Part 2
Server 3 – Flash
Watch Part 1
Watch Part 2
Watch Part 3
Watch Part 4
Watch Part 5
Server 4 – Videoex.net
Watch Full Movie
Server 5 – Stagevu
Watch Full Movie
Follow I Love India on Facebook:
Like this Post??? Share it:

Shares of Claris Lifesciences settled at Rs. 205.85 on BSE, a 9.71% discount to the initial public offer price of Rs. 228. The stock debuted at Rs. 224.40, a 1.58% discount to the initial public offer (IPO) price. The stock hit a high of Rs. 227.90 and a low of Rs. 198.10. On BSE, 1.54 crore shares were traded on the counter, Stock Price, date, allocation, allotment, subscription, status and prospectus

The initial public offer of Claris Lifesciences was subscribed 1.5 times. The IPO got bids for 1.61 crore shares, compared with 1.07 crore shares on offer.
The qualified institutional investors (QIB) category was subscribed 1.31 times, the non-institutional investors category, comprising high networth individuals and corporates, was subscribed 2.03 times and the retail investors portion was subscribed 1.6 times.
The company had slashed the price band for the IPO and had also extended the IPO closing date after a poor response to the issue. The IPO, which was to initially end on 26 November 2010 was extended till 2 December 2010. The company had slashed the IPO price band to Rs. 228-235 per share from earlier Rs. 278-Rs 293.
Claris Lifesciences, on 23 November 2010, raised Rs. 54 crore by selling 18.43 lakh shares to four anchor investors at Rs. 293 per share.
Claris Lifesciences plans to utilise the IPO money to set up a new manufacturing unit, a research and development unit and for pre-payment of a term loan. The Ahmedabad-based firm is one of the largest Indian sterile injectables pharmaceutical companies.
Claris Lifesciences reported a consolidated net profit of Rs. 57.73 crore on total sales of Rs. 324.95 crore for the five month ended May 2010. 
Arjun Handa, managing director and CEO, said the Rs 300 crore raised through its initial public offer (IPO) would be utilised for increasing its manufacturing capacity and other expansion plans.

The leading sterile injectables pharmaceutical company had fixed a price band of Rs 278-293 for its public offer. However, since the company received a lukewarm response, it had extended the closing date of the IPO and also lowered its price-band to Rs 228-Rs 235.
The company plans to set up a new plant comprising a small volume parenterals line, a PVC bag line, a non-PVC bag line and a fat emulsion line. “We would be setting up a new manufacturing line for propofol and other fat emulsion products at our existing plant, Clarion IV and also construct a facility for research and development at our Clarion manufacturing facilities,” Handa said.
Follow I Love India on Facebook:
Like this Post??? Share it:

19 December 2010

Infrastructure firm Abhijeet Group's Initial Public Offerings (IPO) Stock Price, date, allocation, allotment, subscription, status and prospectus

Nagpur-based infrastructure firm Abhijeet Group plans to raise about Rs 1,500 crore fresh equity through an initial public offering to part finance its expansion plans including those in power sector.

It would file the draft papers in this regard with Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) this month.

"We are planning to hit the market in April, next year...file the papers with SEBI by the end of this month and expecting to raise about Rs 1500 crore," Abhishek Jayaswal, MD, Abhijeet Group said in a telephonic interview.

The company which funds its projects at a debt equity ratio of 80:20 has tied up loans from Axis Bank , SBI , Punjab National Bank , Rural Electrification Corp and Power Finance Corp.

The company recently signed a $2.5 billion deal with the Chinese power equipment maker DongFang for sourcing equipment for its power projects.

"We have signed a BTG (boiler, turbine, generator) and EPC (engineering, procurement, construction) contract for our thermal power projects in Bihar, Jharkhand and Madhya Pradesh with DongFang," Jayaswal said.

The proceeds from the IPO would also be used to finance this deal with the Chinese firm.

At present the company has a power generation capacity of the company of 100 MW with its projects in West Bengal and Maharashtra.

It plans to increased this capacity to 300 MW by the end of the current financial year.

"We would have a capacity of 300 MW by March, 2011," Jayaswal said.

The Nagar based Group has interest in core sectors such as power, mining, roads, steel etc.

Dongfang Electric Corporation Limited is a Chinese Government holding company specialising in power equipment manufacturing.

It also focuses on worldwide power projects, contracting for thermal, hydro, nuclear, wind, solar, gas turbine, and combined cycle power plants. 

src:ET
Follow I Love India on Facebook:
Like this Post??? Share it:

17 December 2010

The Hero Group announced that it would buyout the entire 26 per cent stake of its partner Honda Motor Company Group in Hero Honda, India's No.1 bike manufacturer, thus breaking its 26-year-old partnership with the Japanese auto major.

The Hero Group on Thursday announced that it would buyout the entire 26 per cent stake of its partner Honda Motor Company Group in Hero Honda, India's No.1 bike manufacturer, thus breaking its 26-year-old partnership with the Japanese auto major.
Without disclosing the size of the deal, a company release said: “The decision to restructure the equity has been reached in a cordial and amicable manner…As per the MoU, Hero Group will buy the entire 26 per cent equity stake of Honda Motor in Hero Honda Motors Ltd (HHML) in a phased manner from two or more qualified promoters. Upon completion of the transaction, Hero Group will be the sole promoters of the company.”
It was in 1984 that the Hero Group joined hands with Honda Motor Co. to become not only India's but also world's largest two-wheeler manufacturer.
In 2009-10, Hero Honda had sold 46-lakh two-wheelers, capturing 48 per cent of the Indian two-wheeler market, which is the second biggest in the world after China.
“This is the most important announcement I have made in the last 25 years... The board has approved an MoU between Hero Honda and Honda. The two companies will sign a definitive agreement within the next few weeks. Now, with this new arrangement, we are set to charter new segments and geographies and develop new products. This marks the beginning of a revitalised journey of growth for the company and its people and business associates,” HHML Managing Director and CEO Pawan Munjal told journalists here.
Hero Honda will continue to produce and sell the existing models, while new models would be also launched. However, all future products will be rolled out under the new licensing agreement between Hero Group and Honda. Hero Honda brand name will also be changed over time.
Commenting on the deal, Honda Managing Director and COO, Regional Operations (Asia and Oceania), Fumihiko Ike said: “In order to assure service to the customers, Honda will grant the necessary licence to enable continued production and sales of current products as well as licence for new products.” Declining to share the deal value, Mr. Munjal said: “Royalty (to Honda) will remain in line or even lower...it is incorrect that royalty will go up to 8 per cent.” The royalty paid in 2009-10 on an average stood at 2.3 per cent to 3 per cent of sales.
The new licensing arrangement signed between the Hero Group and Honda Motor Co., Japan, would also enable higher growth by giving it (Hero Group) the freedom to develop its own research and development capabilities and exploit global export and manufacturing opportunities.
The two-wheeler major will also start exporting products across the globe and look for manufacturing opportunities.
“Hero Honda can go out and can make its presence felt globally,” Mr. Munjal said, adding that the company could now establish distribution networks across the globe. 
src: TH
Follow I Love India on Facebook:
Like this Post??? Share it:

The Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) made amendments to the equity listing agreement of publicly listed companies enhance the quality of disclosures

The Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) on Thursday made certain amendments to the equity listing agreement of publicly listed companies. It said it has made these amendments to enhance the quality of disclosures.
A company, after a public issue, will have to make public details of its shareholding a day prior to its listing. It also said that the stock exchanges should upload the same on their Web sites before the shares of the company are listed.
SEBI also said that any listed companies whose capital restructuring makes a change of more than two per cent to its paid-up share capital, will have to file its revised shareholding with the stock exchanges within ten days from the date of allotment of the shares that constituted the restructuring.
It added that all listed companies should maintain a “functional Web site” with all relevant updated information. The stock markets regulator has also mandated that those corporates which have agreements with media companies have to disclose such details on their Web sites and also to the stock exchanges.
To help investors to manage their cash and securities flow, companies will now have a pre-announced fixed pay date for payment of dividends and for the credit of bonus shares.
From now on, those companies issuing depository receipts will have to further segregate the details of the shares held by custodians into ‘promoter/promoter group' and ‘public'.
In order for the listed companies to meet the minimum public shareholding, SEBI has said that companies can issue shares through prospectus (primary market), offer shares for sale by its promoters or by sale of shares by promoters through the secondary market. This is just to align the Listing Agreement with the new changes to Securities Contracts (Regulations) Rules.
SEBI has mandated uniform procedure for dealing with unclaimed shares (both demat and in physical form). If there is no response to three reminders by a registrar regarding unclaimed shares, the shares shall go into the Unclaimed Suspense account. The issuer company shall dematerialise the shares held in this account with one of the depository participants. All benefits accruing on such shares shall be credited to this account. The voting rights will remain frozen till the rightful owner claims the shares.
src:BL
Follow I Love India on Facebook:
Like this Post??? Share it:

Punjab & Sind Bank IPO subscribed 50.41 times enerating bids worth Rs 24,120 crore

The initial share sale offer by state-run Punjab & Sind Bank (PSB) received an overwhelming response from the bidders getting over-subscribed 50.41 times on the final day of issue today, generating bids worth Rs 24,120 crore. The IPO which opened on December 13, generated total demand for over 201 crore shares, against 4 crore equities on offer, as per data available on the National Stock Exchange (NSE) till 1900 hrs.
"Compared to other regional public sector banks, PSB has strong operating and profitability metrics. The pricing of the issue was fairly valued which attracted investors towards the offer," Edelweiss Capital said in a note.
The issue through which the company aims to garner Rs 480 crore, closed today. Bidding by qualified institutional buyers (QIBs) for the issue closed yesterday. Today was the last date for bidding by retail and non-institutional investors. The shares reserved for qualified institutional buyers were oversubscribed 49.80 times.
Portion reserved for retail bidders got subscribed 8.38 times and non-institutional investors 22.91 times. The public offer of the state-run lender, the only unlisted nationalised bank among 19 in the country, has been fixed in the price band of Rs 113-120 a share. At the lower end of the price-band, the issue will fetch Rs 452 crore to the bank, while on the upper end, it will mop up Rs 480 crore.
SBI capital markets limited, Enam securities private limited and ICICI securities limited are the leading book running managers to the issue. The IPO proceeds would be utilised for business expansion. The funds raised would take care of the bank's credit growth requirement over the next two to three years.

src: HT
Follow I Love India on Facebook:
Like this Post??? Share it:

04 December 2010

Phas Gaye Re Obama (2010) Watch Free Movie Online and Download full Movie and Movie Review, cast, writer and Download Movie Poster


Starring:
Rajat Kapoor
Neha Dhupia
Amol Gupte
Sanjay Mishra
Amit Sial
Pragati Pandey
Sumeet Nijhawan
Manu Rishi
Devender Chaudary
Director:
Subhash Kapoor
Server 1 – Dailymotion
Watch Part 1
Watch Part 2
Watch Part 3
Watch Part 4
Watch Part 5
Watch Part 6
Server 2 – Dailymotion
Watch Part 1
Watch Part 2
Watch Part 3
Watch Part 4
Watch Part 5
Watch Part 6
Server 3 – Bulk
Watch Part 1
Watch Part 2
Watch Part 3
Watch Part 4
Watch Part 5
Watch Part 6
Server 4 – Hosting
Watch Part 1
Watch Part 2
Watch Part 3
Watch Part 4
Watch Part 5
Watch Part 6
Server 5 – Movshare
Watch Full Movie
Server 6 – Movshare
Watch Full Movie
Server 7 – Novamov
Watch Full Movie
Follow I Love India on Facebook:
Like this Post??? Share it:

Khelein Hum Jee Jaan Sey (2010) Watch Free Movie Online and Download full Movie and Movie Review, cast, writer and Download Movie Poster


Starring:
Abhishek Bachchan
Deepika Padukone
Sikander Kher
Maninder Singh
Feroz Wahid Khan
Shreyas Pandit
Samrat Mukherjee
Vishakha Singh
Munford Monty
Reena Anurag
Arun Babani
Madhuri Bhandekar
Jan Bostock
Anuradha Chandan
Alorika Chatterjee
Director:
Ashutosh Gowariker
Server 1Dailymotion
Watch Part 1
Watch Part 2
Watch Part 3
Watch Part 4
Watch Part 5
Watch Part 6
Watch Part 7
Watch Part 8

Server 2 – Dailymotion
Watch Part 1
Watch Part 2
Watch Part 3
Watch Part 4
Watch Part 5
Watch Part 6
Watch Part 7
Watch Part 8

Server 3 – Bulk
Watch Part 1
Watch Part 2
Watch Part 3
Watch Part 4
Watch Part 5
Watch Part 6
Watch Part 7
Watch Part 8

Server 4 – Hosting
Watch Part 1
Watch Part 2
Watch Part 3
Watch Part 4
Watch Part 5
Watch Part 6
Watch Part 7
Watch Part 8

Server 5 – Movshare
Watch Full Movie

Server 6 – Videoex.net
Watch Full Movie

Server 7 – Novamov
Watch Full Movie
Follow I Love India on Facebook:
Like this Post??? Share it:

28 November 2010

Tata Motors owned Jaguar brand of super luxury cars has launched the diesel variant of Jaguar XF in India priced at Rs. 48.37 lakh.

The premium car Jaguar XF, which is powered by a 3.0 litre V6 cylinder, will be sold in the country as a completely built unit (CBU). Jaguar's six-speed ZF 6HP28 automatic transmission can accelerate the Diesel-S from 0-100 kmph in just 6.4 seconds.
“The launch comes after we received a huge response to our XF's petrol version. We have received a pre-launch booking of 60 cars,' said Rohit Suri, head - premier car division, Jaguar and Land Rover, India. 'The new Diesel XF introduced in India has been customized by Jaguar engineers for the Indian market and adapted for Indian conditions,' said the company statement.
Jaguar XF
Jaguar is also in the process of developing 10 more dealerships in major cities of India. Jaguar Land Rover will also begin assembling Land Rover models in India from the middle of next year, said Suri. The company had already begun setting up the plant, he said without elaborating on the stage of construction, cost, or its location. In the last fiscal, Jaguar and Land Rover cumulatively sold 242 units in India
"We are in the process of establishing our network, so we are not disclosing any target at this point of time... We hope to do very well,” said Tata Motors Head (Premier Car Division) Rohit Suri.
Follow I Love India on Facebook:
Like this Post??? Share it:

NPCIL to add 1400 mw to Kaiga plant

 
KARNATAKA: State-run nuclear power utility, Nuclear Power Corporation of India, plans to add two more units of 700 megawatts (mw) each at the Kaiga Atomic Power Station in Karnataka, company officials said on Saturday after the commissioning of the fourth unit at the plant.

With the commissioning of the indigenously-developed 220 MW Unit-4, India’s nuclear power capacity has risen to 4,780 mw. The fourth unit achieved criticality, or ability to sustain stable reactions and steady power supply, at 8.07.22 am on Saturday and would start commercial generation in two months.

The Unit – 4 at Kaiga was constructed a few years back but could not be commissioned due to lack of supply of Uranium fuel. The unit tied up Uranium supply from domestic sources earlier this year. Currently, the first three units at the Kaiga plant are running at 70% capacity due to shortage of fuel.

“We would like to raise the capacity of the first three units to 100% and add two more units at Kaiga,” Jain said. The fifth and the sixth pressurized heavy water reactors at the plant may be of 700 mw each. “Our site selection committee has evaluated the option of setting up two more reactors at Kaiga and has concluded it’s suitable. We await government approval,” said Chairman and Managing Director Shreyans Kumar Jain.

Nuclear Power Corp is currently setting up four pressurized heavy water reactors of 700 mw each. Two of these are at Kakrapar in Gujarat, while the other two are at Rawatbhata in Rajasthan. “We are currently working on four units, by March we hope to start work on four more,” Jain said.


(The correspondent was in Karnataka recently at the invitaton of NPCIL)
src: ET 
Follow I Love India on Facebook:
Like this Post??? Share it:

27 November 2010

Important Points about Hindu Culture about Respect, food, behaviour, modesty, women and guests before visiting India or an Indian Trip

The Meaning of Culture

Each of the religions of the world has its own culture, with many customs, traditions and refined qualities. The Hindu culture is a culture of love, respect, honoring others and humbling one's own ego so that the inner nature, which is naturally pure and modest, will shine forth. Here we have described some of the important faith and behaviors of Hindu community.

RESPECT AND REVERENCE

1. RESPECT FOR ELDERS: Respect for elders is a keystone of Hindu culture. This genuine acknowledgment of seniority is demonstrated through endearing customs, such as sitting to the left of elders, bringing gifts on special occasions, not sitting while they are standing, not speaking excessively, not yawning or stretching, not putting one's opinions forward strongly, not contradicting or arguing, seeking their advice and blessings, giving them first choice in all matters, even serving their food first.

2. NAME PROTOCOL: Younger never uses the proper name of their elders. In the Tamil tradition, a younger brother, for example, refers to his brother as annan, or periannan (older brother), not by name. The elder, however, may use the name of the younger. Children are trained to refer to all adults as auntie or uncle. Only people of the same age will address each other by first name. A Hindu wife never speaks the name of her husband. When referring to him she uses terms such as "my husband," "him" or, for example, "Athan, Mama, etc.,".

3. TOUCHING FEET IN RESPECT: One touches the feet of holy men and women in recognition of their great humility and inner attainment. A dancer or a musician touches the feet of his or her teacher before and after each lesson. Children prostrate and touch the feet of their mother and father at festivals and at special times, such as birthdays and before departing on a journey.

4. Darshan (darshana): "Vision, sight." Seeing the Divine. Beholding, with inner or outer vision, a temple image, Deity, holy person or place, with the desire to inwardly contact and receive the grace and blessings of the venerated being or beings.

5. DAKSHINA: It is tradition to provide dakshina, a monetary fee or gift to a priest given at the completion of any rite. Dakshina is also given to gurus as a token of respect for their spiritual blessings.

Purity

Purity and its opposite, pollution, are vitally important in Hindu culture. Purity is of three forms -- purity in mind, speech and body, or thought, word and deed. Purity is the pristine and natural state of the soul. Impurity, or pollution, is the obscuring of this state by adulterating experience and beclouding conceptions.

In daily life, the Hindu strives to protect this innate purity by wise living, following the codes of dharma. This includes harnessing the sexual energies, associating with other virtuous Hindu devotees, never using harsh, angered or indecent language, and keeping a clean and healthy physical body. Here are several ways purity is preserved in Hindu culture.

1.PURITY AND FOOD: Purity is central to food and nutrition, as the nature of one's nourishment deeply affects the entire physical, mental and emotional nature. One cooking food for others would never taste of the dish from a spoon and then put the spoon back in the pot. If food is to be tasted while cooking, a small portion is placed in the right hand. Similarly, one would not touch the lips to a water vessel that is also used by others. Nor would one offer something to another from which one has taken a bite or a sip.

2. FLOWER OFFERINGS: One does not sniff flowers picked for offering to the Deities; even the smell is for the Gods, not for us. Flowers that fall to the ground should not be offered.

3. OFFERINGS: Offerings, such as an archana basket, flowers or garlands, are carried with both hands on the right side of the body, so as to not be breathed on. All items are washed in preparation and, if carried more than a short distance, wrapped or covered.

4. THE LEFT HAND: In Hindu culture the left hand is considered impure because it is used (with water) in the place of toilet paper for personal hygiene after answering the call of nature. Handing another person anything with the left hand may be considered a subtle insult.

5. SHOES: Shoes are considered impure. The cultured Hindu never wears shoes or sandals inside a temple or shrine, nor in his home or the homes of other Hindus. Carrying shoes in the hands from one part of the premises to another is also avoided. An ultimate insult is to be struck with a shoe.

6. CAUTION WITH FOOTWEAR: It is very important to apologize immediately if one touches someone with his or her shoe or sandal. This is done by touching the right hand to where the foot touched the other person and then touching one's right hand lightly to his own left eye and then the right. This same remedy applies to inadvertently hitting someone with the hand or foot or bumping into him or her.

EXCHANGE OF PRANA

1. GIVING AND RECEIVING WITH BOTH HANDS: Giving and accepting things from one to another, presenting offerings to the Deity, etc., is most properly done with both hands. The reason for this is that with the gift, prana is also given through both hands, thus endowing more energy to the object. The recipient of the gift receives it with both hands along with the prana from the gracious giver. It is known that this exchange of energies is vital for friendship, harmony and the total release of the gift to the recipient. Hindus never accept gifts from strangers or unknown persons.

2. Hugging and Embracing: Hugging and embracing is found in Hindu culture; but it is restricted to close relatives, Guru/disciples and associates that too in a private place. In Mahabharatha and Ramayana we find this very often. Hugging and Embracing improves pranic energy and this practice is not allowed with strangers.

3. NOT POINTING THE FINGER: Pointing with the forefinger of the right hand or shaking the forefinger in emphasis while talking is never done. This is because the right hand possesses a powerful, aggressive pranic force, and an energy that moves the forces of the world. Pointing the index finger channels that force into a single stream. The harshness of this energy would be severely felt in the nerve system of the recipient. More properly, rather than pointing or shaking the index finger to give direction or emphasize a verbal statement, the entire hand is used as a pointer, with the palm up and the thumb held alongside the forefinger.

4. SHAKING HANDS: The traditional way that Hindu men greet one another is with the anjali mudra, then, with palms still held together, extending their hands to one another, in a two-handed handshake, in a deliberate transfer of prana. The hands of one man, usually the less senior, are gently clasped between the other's. Each looks smilingly into the other's face while bowing slightly in humility. This handshake is not firm, but relaxed and gentle.

5. NOT THROWING THINGS: Throwing any object on another person is considered extremely improper, even if the persons know each other very well. Cultured Hindus consider this crude and even mildly violent, even if done in efficiency or jest.

6. CARE IN SITTING: It is improper to sit with one's legs outstretched toward a temple, shrine or altar, or even toward another person. This is a grave insult. Crossing one leg over the knee when sitting in a chair should be avoided, though crossing at the ankles is permitted. One must always try to follow the example of traditional elders. Worshiping, meditating or sitting in the kneeling pose is not acceptable among Hindus.

7. DOORWAYS: Conversations are not held inside or through doorways. This is considered inauspicious. Similarly, to exchange or give or lend an object, one-steps inside the room first, or the recipient steps out of the room so that both parties are in the same room.

MODESTY

1.MODESTY: Interaction in public between men and women is much more restrained in Hindu culture than in Western culture. In Hindu culture, for the most part, men socialize with men, and women with women. Men never touch women in public unless the lady is very elderly or infirm.

2.DISPLAYING AFFECTION: Married Hindu couples do not hug, hold hands or kiss in public. Even embracing at airports and train stations is considered not wise. Men, however, frequently walk hand in hand.

THE ROLE OF WOMEN

In traditional Hindu culture, women are held in the highest regard -- far more respected, in truth, than in the West. But this does not imply the kind of equality or participation in public interactions that are common in the West. The qualities traditionally most admired in a Hindu woman are modesty of manner, shyness and self-effacement. Self-assertive or bold tendencies are regarded with circumspection. Feminine refinements are expressed and protected in many customs, including the following:

1. WOMANLY RESERVE: In mixed company especially in the presence of strangers, a Hindu woman will keep modestly in the background and not participate freely in conversation. This, of course, does not apply to situations among family and close associates.

2. WALKING BEHIND ONE'S HUSBAND: The wife walks a step or two behind her husband, or if walking by his side, a step or two back, always giving him the lead. In the West, the reverse of this is often true.3. SERVING AT MEALS: At meals women follow the custom of serving the men first before enjoying their own meal.

4. CHAPERONING: It is customary for a woman to always be accompanied when she leaves the home. Living alone, too, is unusual.

5. WOMEN IN PUBLIC: Generally it is improper for women to speak with strangers on the street and especially to strike up a casual conversation. Similarly, drinking alcohol or smoking in public, no matter how innocent, are interpreted as a sign of moral laxity and are not acceptable.

GUESTS IN THE HOME

1. HOME VISITS: Close friends can visit one another anytime without being announced or making arrangements first. When they drop in, at least a refreshing drink is always served.

2. HOSTING GUESTS: Children generally leave the room, with a smile, when guests enter. The mother remains close by to serve as needs arise. The father, if present, will speak with the guest. If he is not present, the mother and a mature son will fulfill this role; and if no son is present, the mother may act as hostess, but only with the accompaniment of someone close to the family.

3. WIFE HOME ALONE: If the lady of the house is in home alone and a male visitor comes to see her husband, it is not proper for her to invite him in, nor for him to expect to enter. Rather, he will leave a message and depart.

4. GIVING GIFTS: Gifts are always given when one visits a home or stays overnight as a guest. The value of the gift varies greatly, depending upon circumstances. It is proper to give a separate gift for the wife and the husband. The wife is given the nicest item.

BODY LANGUAGE

All Hindus know that "Life is meant to be lived joyously!" All is God, and God is everywhere and in all things. This understanding and appreciation is exemplified in every aspect of Hindu deportment.

1. KINDLY WORDS AND COUNTENANCE: Hindus strive to keep a pleasant expression on their face, a gentle smile and a kind word for everyone they meet through the day. They know in their heart of hearts that God is everywhere and that all in the universe is perfect at every point in time. This knowledge gives them strength and courage to face their daily karmas positively and graciously.

2. REFINED GESTURES: Hindus know that every movement of the body, the face, hands, eyes, mouth, head, etc., has a meaning. Youth are taught to be sensitive to the thoughts and feelings of others in their body language.

3. EYES: Eyes are also a primary means of communicating, and the meanings are fairly straightforward. They usually indicate degrees of interest in what the speaker is saying. Smiling with your eyes as well as your mouth conveys sincerity. There are three levels of smiling (and infinite shades and degrees in between). Having the eyes open only slightly indicates mild interest. Eyes more open and a bigger smile indicates more interest and enthusiasm. Having the eyes open wide with a big smile or nod, possibly accompanied by some verbal expression, indicates greater interest or great happiness.

Happy visiting...
Follow I Love India on Facebook:
Like this Post??? Share it:

16 November 2010

Avatar (2009) Watch Free Movie Online In Hindi and Download full Movie and Movie Review, cast, writer and Download Movie Poster


Starring :
Sam Worthington … Jake Sully
Zoe Saldana … Neytiri
Sigourney Weaver … Dr. Grace Augustine
Stephen Lang … Colonel Miles Quaritch
Michelle Rodriguez … Trudy Chacon
Giovanni Ribisi … Parker Selfridge
Joel Moore … Norm Spellman (as Joel David Moore)
CCH Pounder … Moat
Wes Studi … Eytukan
Laz Alonso … Tsu’tey
Dileep Rao … Dr. Max Patel
Matt Gerald … Corporal Lyle Wainfleet
Sean Anthony Moran … Private Fike
Jason Whyte … Cryo Vault Med Tech
Scott Lawrence … Venture Star Crew Chief
Director :
James Cameron
Server 1 – Megavideo
Watch Part 1
Watch Part 2
Watch Part 3
Watch Part 4
Watch Part 5
Watch Part 6
Watch Part 7
Watch Part 8
Watch Part 9
Server 2 – Videoweed
Watch Part 1
Watch Part 2
Watch Part 3
Watch Part 4
Watch Part 5
Watch Part 6
Watch Part 7
Watch Part 8
Watch Part 9
Server 3 – Zshare
Watch Part 1
Watch Part 2
Watch Part 3
Watch Part 4
Watch Part 5
Server 4 – Zshare
Watch Full Movie
Server 5 – Novamov
Watch Full Movie

Avatar (2009) Torrent Download

Follow I Love India on Facebook:
Like this Post??? Share it: