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Thursday, 28 February 2013

Best cars of 2013

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The globally successful Mercedes A-Class is coming to India in June and will be offered in both diesel and petrol versions. The A-Class is a front-wheel drive vehicle offering sporty performance and quality interiors. It is going to be the cheapest Mercedes car in India.
The Ford EcoSport is undoutedly the most awaited car of 2013. The vehicle was unveiled in India more than a year ago.The Ford EcoSport is a compact SUV, meansuring under 4-metres in length. It is powered by a 1.0-litre EcoBoost petrol engine and 1.5-litre TDCi diesel engine.
The Honda Amaze will be the first diesel Honda to go on sale in India. It is the sedan version of the Brio.The sub 4-metre length of the Amaze will help Honda price the vehicle very aggressively. It will be powered by a 1.2-litre petrol engine and 1.5-litre diesel engine.

 The Tata Nano has put India on the world automobile map. Although the Nano hasn't sold well in petrol guise, the diesel engined Nano is set to change all that. Tata Motors is targeting a fuel efficiency of more than 35 km/l on the diesel Nano, which is expected to go on sale by the end of the year.
Hyundai will bring in the next generation i10, renaming it as a new vehicle and keeping the current i10 on sale.The next generation Hyundai i10 will get a diesel engine, which will appeal to a larger section of hatchback buyers.
The Octavia name plate is coming back to India, with the launch of the third generation model.The 2013 Skoda Octavia uses Volkswagen's new MQB platform which helps it set benchmarks for interior space in its segment.

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Wednesday, 27 February 2013

Most Awaited Bikes 2013 with prices

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KTM will launch the 390 Duke in India by mid-2013. This motorcycle will be powered by a 373cc engine producing 44 PS of power and 35 Nm of torque.The KTM 390 Duke is identical to the Duke 200. It uses the same underpinnings too, resulting in more aggressive pricing. The 390 Duke is expected to be priced around Rs. 2 lakhs.
Honda has become very serious about the Indian 2-wheeler market. The company is on a launch spree and will bring the naked version of the CBR150R to the market next month.The Honda CB150R is a more affordable 150cc performance bike, which will be powered by a single-cylinder engine producing 16.8 BHP of power. Price is expected to be around Rs. 1.1 lakhs.
Bajaj Auto will launch a bigger Pulsar motorcycle in the second half of the year. The Pulsar 375 will offer splendid performance and will be a full faired machine.The Pulsar 375 will use a similar engine as the 390 Duke. Thus a 373cc engine is expected to be offered with 40 BHP of power on tap. Price is expected to be Rs. 1.75 lakhs.
In India, if you want to buy a cruiser, your only option is Royal Enfield. Affordable cruisers are difficult to find but DSK-Hyosung plan to offer the GV250 to Indians by mid-2013.The Hyosung GV250 Aquila uses a 249cc twin-cylinder engine with 25 BHP of power and 22 Nm of torque. It will be priced around Rs. 2 lakhs.

The high on eye candy Royal Enfield Cafe Racer has made appearances at quite a few motor shows off late and will finally go on sale in India later this year.The Cafe Racer will create a new segment. It will be powered by a 535cc, single-cylinder engine which is expected to produce around 36 BHP of power. Prices are expected to be around Rs. 2 lakhs.All resources and content from so visit:- visit for more information

India Budgets history

1947: The First Budget
Finance Minister: R K Shanmukham Chetty
Independent India’s first budget
Presented in November 1947
Concentrated on agriculture
Over the next decade focus to move to expansion of
industrial sector
Forestry, fishing and textile identified as focus areas

1950 : The Agriculturist’s Budget
·    Finance Minister: C D Deshmukh
Proposed a ‘Grow More Food’ Plan
Nehru’s vision to push agriculture via assured irrigation
Plan to meet the growing demand as population expanded
Economic growth from Grow More Food Plan helped only in short term

1969: Bank Nationalization
Finance Minister: Morarji Desai
14 banks were nationalize.
Became mandatory for banks to provide 40% of net credit to priority sectors
Priority sectors: agriculture, small-scale industry, retail trade, small businesses
Aim for nationalization: Ensure that banks fulfill social and developmental goals
Budget in the 60s focused on public finance, savings, taxation and inflation
Aim was to secure a balance between consumption and investment on resources and increase exports.

1970: Garibi Hatao
·        Finance Minister: Indira Gandhi
Budget presented by India’s first woman Finance Minister
Indira Gandhi’s claimed, “the weaker sections are the
greatest source of economic strength”.
Proposed “anti-poverty programmes”
Introduced special schemes and discretionary transfers
Sought to combine social welfare expenditure & growth potential
Set the economy on the irreversible path of high spending by central government
Revenue surplus turned into a revenue deficit

Budget 1986: Cheers for Tax Reform
·         Finance Minister: VP Singh
·         Launched long-term program for tax reform
·         Excise policy saw a major overhaul.
·         Fiscal Policy was designed to widen tax base
·         Introduced modified value added tax or MODVAT
·         MODVAT allowed manufacturers to obtain instant and full reimbursement of excise duty paid on components and raw materials

1992: Rise of a New India
·         Finance Minister: Manmohan Singh
·         The budget that changed the rules of the game
·         Introduced an inclusive economic strategy
·         Unveiled a new currency policy
·         Abolished license regime
·         New import-export policy opened up the economy for FDI
·         Foreign investment limit in high-priority industries was raised to 51%
·         Interest rates were made flexible
·         Commercial banks were allowed to set interest rates based on risk on loans
·         The private sector emerged as the star gainer.
·         Opportunities and scope of expansion of private sector increased manifold
·         The 1992 Budget changed the way the world viewed India

1997: The Dream Budget
·         Finance Minsiter: P Chidambaram
·         Budget presented a road map for economic reforms
·         A slew of measure both on the direct and indirect tax front changed India’s tax landscape
·         Maximum income tax rate for individuals was cut from 40% to 30%
·         Income tax rate for companies was decreased to 35% per from 40%
·         Peak customs duty came down to 40% from 50%
·         Dividend tax on individual investors was abolished.
·         This budget introduced the Voluntary Disclosure of Income Scheme, which targeted recovery of black money.
·       Tax filing was made mandatory based on ownership of a telephone, four-wheeler, occupation of immovable property and foreign travel.
·         This budget known as the Dream Budget.

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Popular Mobile Phones In India with Prices

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Priced at Rs 21,500, the Samsung Galaxy Grand runs on Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean. It sport a 5-inch display which provides users with an expansive viewing experience, presenting messaging, multimedia and Web content in brilliant color and clarity.

Priced at Rs 26,500, Apple released the iPhone 4S in October 2011, accompanied by a key new feature: Siri, a voice-activated personal assistant that lets you talk to your phone to send messages, schedule meetings, place phone calls, and find nearby restaurants, among other tasks.

Priced at Rs 25,900 - the Galaxy S II's features are a dual-core 1.2 GHz processor, 1 GB of RAM and a Super AMOLED Plus screens, which are stunningly bright and make for an extremely sharp, colorful display. The Samsung Galaxy S II is photo-ready with a built-in 8 megapixel rear-facing camera, with a 2 megapixel cam up front for video chat. All three devices can record video in 1080p HD.

Price at Rs 29,500, the Galaxy S3 has a 4.8 inch AMOLED screen, 8 megapixel camera and will use the latest version of Google's Android software, Ice Cream Sandwich version 4.0. The smartphone features 'S Voice', a voice command option to listen and respond to users' words. The option can be used to go off users' phone alarm, turn volume up, send text messages, organize schedules, and automatically launch the camera and capture a photo.

Priced at Rs 32,999, one of the first great features that you're bound to notice about the BlackBerry Bold 9900 is its slim and sleek design. The BlackBerry Bold 9900 features a QC 8655 1.2GHz processor, 768MB of RAM, 8 GB of default storage space with room for up to 32GBs of expansion via a microSD card.

Priced at Rs 35,500, the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 features a thinner and slightly bigger 5.5-inch screen, 1.6 GHz quad-core processor, the latest version of the Android operating system called Jellybean, and improved stylus function. It has 2GB of internal RAM; and comes with 16 GB of onboard file storage and supports up to 64GB of additional memory.

Priced at Rs 35,000 - the Nokia Lumia 920 has 4.5- inch PureMotion HD+ touch-screen with a resolution of 1280 x 768 pixels. With a dimension of 130.3mm x 70.8mm x 10.7mm, it weighs 185 grams. It has a pixel density of 332 ppi and a super-sensitive touch screen protected by Gorilla Glass 2.
Priced at Rs 36,499, the 4S looked exactly like the iPhone 4, but comes with an A5 dual-core processor and an upgraded 8-megapixel camera.

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Tuesday, 26 February 2013

Oscar 2013 highlights

Best Picture:-  Argo

Best Actor:- Daniel Day-Lewis for 'Lincoln'.

Best Actress:-Jennifer Lawrence for 'Silver Linings Playbook'.

Anne Hathaway for'Les Miserables'e
Actress Anne Hathaway accepts the Best Supporting Actress award for "Les Miserables" onstage during the Oscars held at the Dolby Theatre on February 24, 2013 in Hollywood, California.

Best Supporting Actor:-Christoph Waltzfor 'Django Unchained' Actor Christoph Waltz accepts an award onstage during the Oscars held at the Dolby Theatre on February 24, 2013 in Hollywood, California.

Best Writing - Original Screenplay
Quentin Tarantino for 'Django Unchained'
Writer/director Quentin Tarantino accepts the Best Writing - Original Screenplay award for "Django Unchained" onstage during the Oscars held at the Dolby Theatre on February 24, 2013 in Hollywood, California. 
Best Direction:-
Ang Lee for 'Life of Pi'.

Best Visual Effects,Best Cinematography,Best Direction:-LIFE of PIE Asia Bagus,Ang Lee win Best Director for Life Of Pi, a film based on the famous Yann Martel book, that was considered unfilmmable by other directors, including M. Night Shyamalan. “This is how you do it,” is what Ang Lee can say to all these directors. However the director from Taiwan humbly ended his speech with “Sieh sieh” and “Namaste” in tribute to the Taiwanese crew and the Indian crew that we’re sure rendered this film filmmable by keeping to the budget.

Friday, 22 February 2013

Current Indian Leaders Education

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Dr. Manmohan Singh: Prime Minister of India, Dr. Manmohan Singh completed a Masters in Arts (Economics) from the Panjab University in Chandigarh. Singh completed the Masters with a first class distinction with first position in the University. He also achieved an Economic Tripos (Fist Class Honours) from the prestigious University of Cambridge and later a D. Phil from the Nuffield College, University of Oxford, in U.K.

LK Advani: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Lalkrishna Advani is a law graduate from the Government Law College, Mumbai. Advani, the 'iron man of the BJP' completed his early schooling from the St. Patricks High School in Karachi, Pakistan. The former Deputy Prime Minister later enrolled into D.G. National College, Hyderabad, Sindh in Pakistan.

P Chidambaram: P Chidambaram, currently serving as the Finance Minister in the Congress-led UPA, is a multiple-degree holder. A lawyer by profession before entering into politics, Chidambaram holds three degrees - B.Sc. (Madras University, Chennai), B.L.(Madras Law College (now Dr. Ambedkar Government Law College), and a M.B.A. from the prestigious Harvard University, Boston, Massachusetts (U.S.A.).

Rahul Gandhi: Son of the incumbent Congress President Sonia Gandhi, Rahul Gandhi possesses a Bachelors Degree from the University of Florida in the USA. But, interestingly, the degree was completed under a false name due to security concerns following the tragic assassination of his father, the former Indian Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi in 1991. Rahul later earned a M. Phil in 1995 from the prestigious Cambridge University.

Salman Khurshid: Minister of External Affairs in the current UPA-led Indian government, Salman Khurshid is a lawyer by profession. Khurshid holds a Bachelors degree in Arts (English and Jurisprudence) from St. Stephen's College in Delhi, and also holds a M.A. degree in addition. Khurshid possesses a B.C.L degree from the St. Edmund Hall, Oxford University.

Sachin Pilot: Sachin Pilot, son of the former Indian National Congress MP Rajesh Pilot, has a B.A. degree from the St. Stephens College in Delhi and also a MBA degree from the Wharton Business School, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia in the U.S.A.

Sharad Pawar: Sharad Pawar, who heads the National Congress Party, has held many offices in Indian government. He has also been the Chairman of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) before becoming the International Cricket Council's (ICC) President. Pawar, a seasoned politician in the country, was believed to have been active in student politics from the college days. He completed a B.Com degree in Maharashtra.

Kapil Sibal: India's Minister of Human Resources and Development, Kapil Sibal completed Masters in Arts (History) from Delhi University. He later enrolled for a LL.M Program at the prestigious Harvard Law School, which he completed in 1977.

Arun Jaitley: BJP's Rajya Sabha MP, Arun Jaitley was actively involved in student politics during college. He graduated in Commerce from the Sri Ram College of Commerce, University of Delhi. He also pursued a LL.B degree from the Faculty of Law, University of Delhi, which he completed in 1977.

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Thursday, 21 February 2013

highest budget revenues nations

1. United States
United States of America is the largest importer of goods and services and tops the list of countries for its highest budget. It has a mixed economy which is backed by natural resources and a very well developed infrastructure.
Revenues (million USD): 2,303,000
Expenditures (million USD): 3,599,000
Deficit/Surplus (million USD): -1,296,000
2. Japan
Japan is one of the largest economies in the world and has a large industrial capacity. The country leads in scientific machinery, research and technology. It is also known as the most technologically advanced producers of machines in the world.
Revenues (million USD): 1,971,000
Expenditures (million USD): 2,495,000
Deficit/Surplus (million USD): -524,000
3. China
China is the world’s fastest growing economy and has an upper hand in the in the manufacturing sector. Well known for its population growth, the country is the largest exporter and manufacturer of goods. The country’s rapid economic growth has led to severe consumer inflation.
Revenues (million USD): 1,646,000
Expenditures (million USD): 1,729,000
Deficit/Surplus (million USD): -83,000
4. Germany
Germany is a major economic power in Europe and ranks number four for its government budget. The country has developed a very high standard of living and is recognized for its small and medium enterprises. The country boasts its highly skilled labour and its level of innovation.
Revenues (million USD): 1,551,000
Expenditures (million USD): 1,588,000
Deficit/Surplus (million USD): -37,000
5. France
France has a mixed economy in which banking, financial services and insurance are the key sectors of the country’s economy. France has been a major economic influence in Europe and also considered to be the wealthiest nation there.
Revenues (million USD): 1,386,000
Expenditures (million USD): 1,535,000
Deficit/Surplus (million USD): -149,000
6. Italy
Italy is a democratic republic and its economic influence makes it a major regional power. The nation rapidly transformed from agriculture based economy into one of the world’s most industrialized nations. Italy has a free market economy which focuses on exports of luxury products and niche market.
Revenues (million USD): 1,025,100
Expenditures (million USD): 1,112,000
Deficit/Surplus (million USD): -86,900
7. United Kingdom
United Kingdom is a partially regulated market economy, in which, the service sector makes up more than 70 percent of the country’s GDP. The automotive, pharmaceutical and aerospace industries are a significant part of the United Kingdom’s economy.
Revenues (million USD): 986,500
Expenditures (million USD): 1,188,000
Deficit/Surplus (million USD): -201,500
22. India
India is one of the fastest growing economies in the world and is considered to be a newly industrialized country. Textiles, telecommunications, chemicals, pharmaceuticals, transport, machinery and mining are among the major sectors of the Indian economy.
Revenues (million USD): 196,400
Expenditures (million USD): 308,800
Deficit/Surplus (million USD): -112,400

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Monday, 18 February 2013

Social Sites: A Real Threat Or Real Friend

When we listen social site then many names rise in our mind like facebook, Twitter or MySpace as well as professional networking site Linkedin too. But one question arise in my mind “are we social or not” because social means living together in communities or colonies. But With a change in technology or time, we have cut down our self from face to face interaction with human being because we have become a part of educated society where we compare ourselves better than other by education, status, money, popularity and through different passage of life. Now Around more than 50% people are 24 hour available on the social sites.

Social networking has covered the world like cobweb. Around the world, about half of all adults are using social sites. Once they access the internet, they just login into these sites either for the chatting or interacting with unknown guys. They just spend their more important time on it for fun and entertainment. We have become online social but not actually social because we share interests, activities, photos, content etc without any face to face interaction. It may cause some harmful result for our society, for our health, for our growth, for our education etc. So we have to start to guide our youth “how they can positively use these social sites without losing their important time?"

How you can positively use your social website profiles without leaving it?

1>Interact with your topic: - if your child is spending more time on social networking sites like facebook, twitter etc  in that case you have to check “what kind of topic? He/she is sharing with their friends or another guy.”  If the topic is not relevant to your child then guide them to choose relevant topic with their studies or interest, when they are on the social sites.  

2>Meet with real and knowledgeable guy: - Try to ignore those guys, who are only chatting with you, an emotionally blackmailing you, shares unnecessary content/photos, fake persons etc. you just connect yourself with real and knowledgeable guys, who interact you to share only important information which is related to your topic, education, business or you.  

3>Use social sites as a guide not for fun: - Here you are connected with multiple of person, who interact with you at a single time. So you need not to give time to everybody. You just interact with that person who can solve your current problem and make discussion with your current related topic.  

4>Block or complain unnecessary users: - Always block and complain against those users who shares nude and unnecessary content. Because one of them among us is operating these id, so we have not to blame social sites.

Finally as a writer “I said that overuse of anything tends to have a negative effect”. Turn your social connections in knowledge because these sites are an easiest way of connectivity as well as for your help not for time pass. Have a great day take care.

Jai hind jai Bharat 

Friday, 15 February 2013

upcoming Hollywood movies 2013

Hollywood Movies
Release date: Feb, 2013
Cast: Bradley Cooper, Robert De Niro, Jennifer Lawrence, Jacki Weaver, Anupam Kher...
Director: David O. Russell
Producer: Donna Gigliotti, Bruce Cohen
Story: Pat Solatano (Bradley Cooper) has lost everything -- his house, his job, and his wife. He now finds... more
Genre: Comedy

A Good Day to Die Hard
Release date: Feb, 2013
Cast: Bruce Willis, Jai Courtney...
Director: John Moore
Producer: Alex Young
Story: John McClane has found himself in the wrong place at the wrong time, with the skills and attitude t... more
Genre: Action, Crime, Thriller

Release date: 28 Feb, 2013
Cast: Denzel Washington, James Badge Dale, Don Cheadle...
Director: Robert Zemeckis
Producer: Robert Zemeckis, Walter F. Parkes, Laurie MacDonald, Jack Rapke, Steve Starkey
Story: A daring pilot lands a broken plane but will this act of heroism change to a lifetime of shame as h... more
Genre: Drama
Release date: 01 mar, 2013
Cast: Nicholas Hoult, Stanley Tucci, Ewan McGregor, Bill Nighy...
Director: Bryan Singer
Producer: David Dobkin, Neal H. Moritz
Story: A modern day fairy tale in which the long-standing peace between men and giants is threatened, as a... more
Genre: Adventure, Drama, Fantasy

Release date: 22 mar, 2013
Cast: Nicolas Cage, Ryan Reynolds, Emma Stone...
Director: Chris Sanders, Kirk De Micco
Producer: Jane Hartwell
Story: The Croods is a prehistoric comedy adventure that follows the world’s first family as they embark o... more
Genre: Adventure, Animation, Comedy
Release date: 26 apr, 2013
Cast: Shiloh Fernandez...
Genre: Horror, Thriller

Release date: september, 2013
Cast: Seth Rogen, James Franco, Jonah Hill, Jay Baruchel, Danny McBride, Michael Cera, Emma Watson...
Director: Seth Rogen, Evan Goldberg
Producer: Seth Rogen, Evan Goldberg
Story: This Is the End follows six friends trapped in a house after a series of strange and catastrophic e... more
Genre: Comedy

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