Wednesday, 30 November 2016


Start from pice and end with 10 rupees coin up to 2016

Rahul Gandhi's Twitter Account Hacked

Rahul Gandhi's Twitter Account Hacked, Abusive Tweets Posted

New Delhi:

The official Twitter account of Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi was hacked this evening and multiple abusive tweets were posted on it.

6 Chief Ministers To Assist Centre After Notes Ban, But Not Nitish Kumar

New Delhi:
 Chandrababu Naidu will head a team of 13 Chief Ministers assigned to assess the impact of the centre's shock move to ban 500 and 1,000-rupee notes. The committee will look at how to aggressively introduce and promote digital payments, particularly in rural areas.

Mr Naidu heads Andhra Pradesh and his party is a member of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's coalition government. BJP leader and Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis is on the committee. Opposition leaders include Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik of Odisha and V Narayanasamy from Puducherry.

Missing from the team is Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, who was phoned by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley to serve on the committee. Mr Kumar is the only prominent opposition leader who has enthusiastically backed the PM's notes ban, which has irked his allies. Sources said joining the committee might have forged too sharp a fault-line in his coalition government.

On November 8, PM Modi announced that within hours, high-denomination notes would be illegal for transaction and must be deposited in banks by the end of the year. Nearly 90 billion dollars have been turned in already. But the replacement of the banned notes with new bills has been inadequate, resulting in gridlocked bans that run out of cash well before the day is over. Nearly half the country's ATMs are still being fitted with the larger trays needed to stock the new 500 and 2,000-rupee notes. Rural India, where most of the population has no access to formal banking, has been reeling from a cash crunch.

Even so, there appears to be wide backing for the PM's intent in unearthing and punishing black money holders.

Included on the new committee, which has 13 members in all, are Amitabh Kant, the CEO of the PM's policy commission or Niti Aayog, and Nandan Nilekani, who led the massive Aadhar project which assigned a unique ID to each Indian linked to biometrics.

Monday, 28 November 2016

Reliance Jio files complaint with Competition Commission of India against Airtel, Vodafone and Idea Cellular

 Reliance Jio Infocomm is understood to have filed a complaint with the Competition Commission of India (CCI), accusing Bharti Airtel, Vodafone and Idea Cellular of acting as a cartel in the telecom market.
The Mukesh Ambani-led telco, which has been engaged in a bitter war with incumbent operators since its launch in early September, has filed a complaint with the fairplay watchdog to push forward its argument that there were attempts to disrupt its launch.

Government's New Income Declaration Scheme

Black Money Tax:

 Government's New Income Declaration Scheme

Black money declared would attract approx 50 per cent tax, proposes bill
Up to 85 per cent (tax + penalty) on unexplained money seized in raids
Government's bill cleared by cabinet last week, tabled in Lok Sabha today

Sunday, 27 November 2016

Bangalore University postpones exams

Bharat bandh: Bangalore University postpones exams
The Bangalore University in a notification declared that the exams that were to be held on November 28 were rescheduled to December 8.
With the state government supporting the call for Aakrosh diwas over Demonetisation on  Monday, semester exams of Bangalore university have been postponed.
The Bangalore University in a notification declared that the exams that were to be held on November 28 were rescheduled to December 8. Exams were scheduled for students of 3rd and 5th semester BA/B.Com/BBM/Bhm students on Monday.

Bharat bandh tomorrow

Bharat bandh :
However, with most parties opting out of the protests, it is likely to be a flop show tomorrow, except maybe in Kerala and Bengal.
As people continue to face hardship standing in lines outside ATMs and banks, opposition parties have called for a nationwide protest against the demonetisation drive on Monday. Though many are expecting it to be a complete lockdown, Congress has clarified that it is not a ‘Bharat bandh’ or a countrywide shutdown but ‘Jan Aakrosh Diwas’ to hold protests over demonetisation. However, with most parties opting out of the protests, it is likely to be a flop show tomorrow, except maybe in Kerala and Bengal.
Which parties are part of the protests?
Congress was the first to give the call for the protest on November 28. It will be joined by five Left parties that stage separate demonstrations across Odisha and West Bengal tomorrow. CPI state secretary Dibakar Naik said activists and leaders of the CPI, CPI-M, CPI-ML, SUCI and Forward Bloc would stage demonstrations in front of the RBI building here and SBI branches at all the district headquarters. In Kerala, there’s a high chance the Left government may join the strike. Odisha Congress chief Prasad Harichandan said the party would organise ‘Jana Akrosh’ rallies across the state. He said demonstrations and rallies would be held in all the 314 blocks and 30 districts of the state.

Stop 'Mann ki Baat' As People Don't Believe PM Modi Anymore: NCP

Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) today said Prime Minister Narendra Modi's monthly radio address "Mann ki Baat" should be stopped as he has "failed" to keep his words and people have "lost faith" in his promises.

"Modi is communicating his thoughts through his radio show 'Mann Ki Baat', but unfortunately, he has repeatedly failed to adhere to his own words, and has lost his repute among the countrymen, and therefore we demand him to stop this radio show," NCP spokesperson Nawab Malik said in a statement.

Mr Malik alleged people are "feeling cheated" over halting the exchange of the defunct Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes by the central government.
Talking about hardships being caused to the common people in the wake of the demonetisation, Mr Malik said, "While addressing the nation on demonetisation of Rs 500 and Rs 1,000, Modi had assured people that they would be able to exchange their money (with a cap of Rs 4,000 per day) through banks and post offices till December 30, but it was stopped in only 15 days and those who thought they had long time to exchange notes, are feeling cheated."

Mr Malik added that people have "lost faith" in the promises made by PM Modi.

Saturday, 26 November 2016

Cortana for Android updated with birthday reminder, other improvements.

Cortana for Android updated
It's been exactly one month since the last cortana update, just enough time for Microsoft to bring new features and improvements into the mix. Today's Cortana update adds two important new features and some enhancements.

But first of all, let's mention that in the latest version Cortana has learned a new skill an improved her performance and stability. The new skill is called birthday reminder and allows users to keep track of their friends' birthdays.

Another important new feature is the ability to connect to multiple calendars, which really comes in handy on Android devices where there are so many calendar apps available.

According to the official changelog, the update should also improve meeting retrieval experience, as well as location-based reminder accuracy. Last but not least, several crash bugs have been implemented too.

So, there you have it folks, if you're using Cortana on your Android phone, you should update now if you want to take advantage of the new features.

Gold may be Modi's next target in his fight against black money

 Modi's War Against Black Money Is Unlikely To Stop With Demonetization.

The government may impose curbs on domestic holdings of gold as Prime Minister Narendra Modi intensifies a fight against "black money", news agency NewsRise reported, citing an unnamed finance ministry official.

NewsRise did not provide further details. A finance ministry spokesman declined to comment on the report.

Thursday, 24 November 2016

why hyderabad cm need to start an English newspaper

K. Chandrasekhar Rao likely feels that an English newspaper will be able to project his party’s programmes in a positive light and its news items will resonant with a national audience.
  • Rajasekhara Reddy had established his own newspaper Sakshi to counter Eenadu, and had allegedly used the government machinery to push the paper and garner government advertisements. Though the paper was naturally biased in its political reporting, it did well for its good feature content.
  • Rao controls a Telugu paper Namaste Telangana, which by all accounts is doing well.

The Congress party is in shambles and the BJP is a non starter in the state, at least till now. N. Chandrababu Naidu, and his Telugu Desam Party, have been banished to Andhra Pradesh, leaving Rao without any rivals.
During the time of Y. S. Rajasekhara Reddy, the Telugu paper Eenadu was virtually the main opposition running strident campaigns against the chief minister. But in Rao’s regime, Eenadu has gone soft, even as the chief minister has offered 500 acres to Ramoji Rao ( the owner of the paper) to set up a spiritual city – Om City – that will be replete with temples, most of which will be replicas of major Hindu shrines across the country. There will also be cinema halls that will play religious movies.

Dear Zindagi

Dear Zindagi first look: Shah Rukh Khan, Alia Bhatt make us fall in love with life again

1.The first look of their film together, Dear Zindagi, is here and it has all the comfort of a breezy summer day. 
2.The makers took to Twitter on Tuesday (October 18) evening to share the first look of the Gauri Shinde film and we just can’t stop smiling. Well, that is exactly what you can expect when two talented artistes come together in one film. 
3.If you were waiting for something perfect to happen today then trust us, this is going to make your evening.

Sasha chettri

1.This 19 year old was working as a trainee Copywriter in an ad agency before becoming a sensation in the advertising world.
2.She is currently working on her mini album which is set to be released soon.
3.Sasha had to cut her waist long hair for the 4G ad audition
4.She always aspired to become a model and was registered with many modelling agencies, and finally found her calling with the Airtel 4G ads.
5.Sasha also played the role of a musician in the movie Katti Batti
6.In September and November, 2015 the Airtel 4G ads were played 54,406 times, meaning 1,708,586 seconds. So roughly Sasha was on screen for almost 20 days
7.Here’s wishing this 19 year old has a future as fast and bright as that of her 4G connection

Wednesday, 23 November 2016

కేసీఆర్ బాత్‌రూం గురించి తెలిస్తే అవాక్కే!

హైదరాబాద్‌: తెలంగాణ ముఖ్యమంత్రి కేసీఆర్ తన కొత్త నివాసం నిర్మాణం విషయంలో గట్టి జాగ్రత్తలే తీసుకున్నారు. దాదాపు తొమ్మిది ఎకరాల విస్తీర్ణంలో నిర్మించిన ఈ సముదాయంలో నిర్మించిన బాత్‌ రూములు కూడా బుల్లెట్ ప్రూఫ్‌ లతో నిర్మించారు. స్నానాల గదులకు ఏర్పాటుచేసిన కిటికీలకు బుల్లెట్ ప్రూఫ్ అద్దాలను బిగించారు. అలాగే, సీఎం కేసీఆర్, ఆయన కుమారుడు కేటీఆర్ కోసం నిర్మించిన బెడ్రూంలకు కూడా అత్యంత క్వాలిటీ ఉన్న దళసరి గాజు ఫలకాలను బిగించారు.

వీటి విలువ దాదాపు లక్షల్లోనే ఉంటుంది. ఒక రకంగా చెప్పాలంటే జెడ్ ప్లస్ కేటగిరీని తలదన్నేలా రక్షణ చర్యలు కొత్త నివాసం నిర్మాణంలో తీసుకున్నట్లు తెలుస్తోంది. రాష్ట్ర ఇంటెలిజెన్స్ వర్గాల సూచనల మేరకే ఇలా బుల్లెట్ ప్రూఫ్ చర్యలను తీసుకున్నట్లు సమాచారం. గురువారం తెల్లవారుజామున 5 గంటలకు కేసీఆర్ నూతన గృహ ప్రవేశం చేయనున్న విషయం తెలిసిందే. కార్యక్రమానికి అన్ని ఏర్పాట్లు పూర్తయ్యాయి.

బేగంపేటలో ప్రస్తుతమున్న సీఎం క్యాంపు ఆఫీసు వెనుక 9 ఎకరాల విస్తీర్ణంలో సీఎం కొత్త క్యాంపు ఆఫీసు, నివాస భవనం, ప్రత్యేక మీటింగ్ హాల్ నిర్మించారు. ఆర్ అండ్ బీ విభాగం రూ.38 కోట్ల అంచనా వ్యయంతో 3 బ్లాక్‌లుగా ఈ నిర్మా ణాలు చేపట్టింది. దాదాపు వెయ్యిమందితో సమావేశమయ్యేలా మీటింగ్ హాల్ నిర్మించారు. ప్రాంగణమంతా పచ్చదనం వెల్లివిరిసేలా మొక్కలు నాటారు. ముఖ్యమంత్రి సూచన మేరకు వివిధ రకాల మొక్కలను సేకరించి ఇక్కడ పెంచే బాధ్యతను హెచ్‌ఎండీఏకు అప్పగించారు. తొమ్మిది నెలల్లోనే ఈ భవనాన్ని పూర్తి చేశారు.

RBI asks banks to ensure supply of funds to rural cooperatives

The Reserve Bank today asked banks to ensure adequate cash supply to cooperative banks and Regional Rural Banks (RRBs) so that farmers can have enough valid notes needed for purchase of seeds, fertiliser and other inputs during the ongoing rabi season.

The decision comes a day after Finance Minister Arun Jaitley had a meeting with RBI, Nabard and all bankers and impressed upon them to make available funds to the cooperative sector as it is an important financing mechanism for rural India.

According to RBI, it is imperative that farmers are adequately supported financially to ensure unhindered farming operations.

"It is estimated that about Rs 35,000 crore would be required by DCCBs (District Co-operative Banks) for sanction and disbursement of crop loans to farmers at the rate of Rs 10,000 crore per week," an RBI notification said.

National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (Nabard) will be utilising its own cash credit limits up to about Rs 23,000 crore to enable the DCCBs to disburse the required crop loans to Primary Agricultural Credit Society (PACS) and farmers, it said.

"As many of these loans will be disbursed in cash to facilitate farming related expenses, we advise in this regard that banks with currency chests should ensure adequate cash supply to the DCCBs and RRBs," it said.

Adequate cash supply should also be ensured for rural branches of all commercial banks, including RRBs, it said.

Further, it said, bank branches located in Agricultural Produce Market Committee (APMC) may also be given adequate cash to facilitate smooth procurement.

Jaitley today said its focus will now be on rural areas and more measures will be announced for farmers.

The minister said the credit flow from banks will also go up for various activities, including agriculture as huge amount of cash due to demonetisation was deposited in the banking system.

It is expected that the government may announce some moremeasures to ease pressure on the farm sector.

Tuesday, 22 November 2016

The RBI to said to withdraw money for wedding

Mumbai: The Reserve Bank of India said on Monday that people can withdraw up to Rs 2.5 lakh ($3,670) for wedding related expenses, provided they submit adequate proof and the wedding is on or before December 30.

The cash withdrawals will be allowed out of the balance in the account as of close of business on November 8, the RBI said in a statement.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on November 8 abolished Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes that accounted for 86 per cent of cash in circulation. The move was aimed at cracking down on the shadow economy but has brought India's cash economy to a virtual standstill.

PM Modi's decision to withdraw the high value bills in the middle of the wedding and seed sowing season has drawn widespread criticism from Indians forced to queue at banks to exchange bills or without cash to pay for goods and services.

The RBI said the wedding withdrawals could be made by either of the parents or the people getting married after submitting an application.

People looking to withdraw have to also submit evidence of the wedding, including the invitation card and copies of receipts for advance payments, and a detailed list of people who will receive the cash.

The RBI also said it would allow farmers to withdraw cash up to Rs 25,000 a week from their loan or deposit accounts subject to their accounts.

Earlier on Monday, the government allowed farmers to purchase seeds with old Rs 500 banknote from state-run outlets.

Live Stock Market Updates - Sensex jumps over 200 points; Nifty above 8,000 mark

Live Stock Market Updates - Sensex jumps over 200 points; Nifty above 8,000 mark
 The INDIA VIX is down 4.51% at 18.2350. Out of 1,883 stocks traded on the NSE, 667 declined, 927 advanced and 289 remained unchanged.

Nifty and Sensex are still volatile. The only postive is that it still in green zone.

Domestic market pared some of early gains with the Sensex falling below 26,000 level, while the broader Nify50 also slipping below its crucial 8,000 mark.

Supported by positive global markets, the Sensex rallied over 200 points in morning trade led by gains in ICICI Bank, Infosys, Tata Motors, ONGC, and Maruti Suzuki. Nifty reclaimed its crucial level of 7,950 and was trading near its crucial resistance level of 8,000 supported by gains in realty, power, oil & gas, metal, auto, and banking stocks.

At 2:58 PM, the S&P BSE Sensex is trading at 25,984 up 35219 points, while NSE Nifty is trading at 8,003 up 74 points.

Bajaj Auto, Maruti, HUL, Adani Ports and Cipla are among the top gainers, PowerGrid, NTPC, SBI and L&T are losing sheen on BSE.

Auto, Metal, Oil & Gas and Information Technology sectors are indicating buying activities, while Capital Goods, Power and Bank are showing weakness on BSE.

The BSE Mid-cap Index is trading up 0.17% at 11754, whereas BSE Small-cap Index is trading down 0.06% at 11494.

The INDIA VIX is down 4.51% at 18.2350. Out of 1,883 stocks traded on the NSE, 667 declined, 927 advanced and 289 remained unchanged during the mid-market hours.

A total of 5 stocks registered a fresh 52-week high in trade today, while 63 stocks touched a new 52-week low on the NSE.

Saturday, 19 November 2016

Currency Ban: Income Tax Notices To Those Depositing Huge Cash

Currency Ban: Income Tax Notices To Those Depositing Huge Cash.

Notices are being issued where the department feels deposits in the demonetised currency is suspect.
Story Highlights
Income Tax notices to people depositing money in huge amounts
Depositors have been asked to show source of income
Government on November 8 banned Rs 500 and 1,000 rupeee notes
New Delhi: Acting swiftly, the Income Tax department has issued hundreds of notices seeking "source" of funds from individuals and firms who have deposited huge amounts of cash in banks using the scrapped Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 currency notes after November 8.

Officials said the taxman has begun a country-wide enquiry in this regard and has issued notices under section 133 (6) of the Income Tax Act (power to call for information) in various cities and towns of the country.

They said the notices were issued after banks reported to it certain cases of "unusual or suspicious volumes of cash deposits" in their accounts, primarily beyond Rs 2.5 lakh.

"The notices are being issued where the department feels the cash deposits made in the demonetised currency is suspect. This is part of the vigil that the taxman has deployed to check instances of tax evasion, money laundering and black money in the wake of the demonetisation of the two high denomination currencies on November 8," they said.

The notices issued by the department cite the date and amount deposited by an entity in the old currency in the bank as it goes on to seek "supporting documents, books of accounts and bills to explain the said cash deposits" from them.

"If you are assessed to Income Tax, then you shall also file the copy of Income Tax Return of last two years," an I-T department notice issued in this regard said.

In the wake of the demonetisation declared by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on November 8, the department has also stepped up its survey operations against real estate players, bullion traders and suspected hawala operatives to check the illegal use of the scrapped currency and subsequent generation of black money.

The taxman has also deployed a similar check at cooperative banks and in one case in Mangalore it found that old currency worth Rs 8 crore was exchanged by five societies which had accounts in a cooperative bank there.

The department has also recently issued notices to hundreds of charitable and religious organisations in the country enjoying exemptions on tax paid to inform it about their cash balances as of November 8 when the government demonetised Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 currency notes.

The notices were issued in order to keep a check on possible "accommodation" of black money in old currency by way of making charitable contributions or donations to these organisations.

Problem is a washing machine? ???

Friday, 18 November 2016

Notes Exchanges Limited up to 2000

Notes Exchange Limited To Rs 2,000 Starting Today: 10 Big

New Highlights

Up to Rs 2.5 lakh can be withdrawn from banks for weddings
Over the counter exchange limit reduced from Rs 4500 to Rs 2000
Farmers can withdraw up to Rs 25,000 a week against crop loans
New Delhi: The government on Thursday announced new measures to help farmers and families planning weddings withdraw more money from banks amid a massive cash crunch after the sudden ban on high value currency last week. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has reviewed cash availability and the steps taken to ease hardship in a meeting with Finance Minister Arun Jaitley and the officials.
Here are 10 big points
The limit for swapping notes at banks has been reduced from Rs 4,500 to Rs 2,000 for each person from today. Economic Affairs Secretary Shaktikanta Das said this would give more people a chance to exchange banned Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes. The withdrawal limit was raised from Rs 4,000 just four days ago, a measure that was welcomed by many as it would mean less trips to the bank.
Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Thursday said 22,500 ATMs would be recalibrated on Thursday, allowing them to dispense new notes. There are around 2 lakh ATMs across the country.
Families can withdraw Rs 2.5 lakh in one go for weddings but only from one account, based on self-declaration. In the wedding season, the notes ban has led to a severe crisis for families who had withdrawn cash in bulk just before the demonetisation.
Farmers can withdraw up to Rs 25,000 a week against loans sanctioned to them to buy seeds and fertilizers and credited to their accounts. Rs 25,000 a week can be drawn from payment that farmers receive for agricultural produce in form of cheques. The time limit for the payment of insurance premium on crop loan has been extended by 15 days.
Traders in vegetable wholesale markets can withdraw Rs 50,000 a week to pay for expenses like wages.
The Reserve Bank has reiterated that there is sufficient supply of notes "consequent upon increased production which started nearly two months ago". It asked the people not to panic or hoard currency notes.
Government employees will have the option to draw salary advance in cash.
National Highways will not collect toll tax till November 24 midnight.
The government's sudden decision to pull out the high value currency notes from circulation to check black or untaxed money has driven people to wait for hours at banks and ATMs for cash.
Since November 8, the government has announced more measures to reduce the pressure on people, amid opposition allegations that it was a poorly planned move.

Thursday, 17 November 2016

Finance Minister Arun Jaitley has dismissed these rumours

  • Reserve Bank of India is issuing new Rs. 500 and Rs. 2000 notes
  • Rumours have been circulating that Rs. 2000 note has GPS tracking chip
  • Finance Minister Arun Jaitley has dismissed these rumours
In what should come as a surprise to no one, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Wednesday confirmed that RBI's new Rs. 2000 note has no GPS tracking chip.

"From where did you come to know this? I haven't heard of it," Jaitley replied when asked by a reporter if the new Rs. 2,000 note issued by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has a chip to enable its tracking via satellites.
That's official confirmation for something we already told you on Wednesday, dispelling rumours floating on WhatsApp and other social media that RBI's new Rs. 2000 notes have a 'near-field GPS' or NGC chip that will be used to track these notes.

We explained how the technology that these new Rs. 2000 notes being issued by RBI are 'claimed' to have would be technically not feasible. This is what a popular WhatsApp forward being circulated claimed about the new Rs. 2000 currency:
RBI to issue ₹2000 Rupees Notes coming February 2017
India is all set to add one more denomination to its currencies shortly. The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) will be issuing Rs 2,000 currency notes, the highest to come into circulation, even as some experts feel7 high-value denominations should be discontinued to curb black money.

Wednesday, 16 November 2016

With India Getting Its First LNG-Powered Bus, Is It the Fuel of the Future?

Tata Motors has launched a trial run of LNG-powered buses in Kerala. (Photo: Tata Motors)
The prices of petrol and diesel never seem to come down which, in turn, is pushing automakers to look ta alternative fuel options. Tata Motors, one of India’s biggest automakers, seem to have found the solution to be Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) and launched the country’s first LNG-powered bus in Kerala, where a trial run of these buses is currently underway.
With India expected to see an increase in demand for LNG over the coming years, owing to increased demand for the power, fertiliser and automotive sectors, the government also seems that it has plans to move towards a gas-based economy.

But is it actually possible it to be the next choice of fuel and what kind of obstacles were faced in coming up with an engine that could deliver in everyday scenarios while being efficient and easy on the environment? We had a chat with Dr Ajit Jindal, Head Engineering, Commercial Vehicles at Tata Motors and this is what he had to say.
Q. How did the initiative for an LNG-Powered bus begin?
A. We have been doing some studies since past few years on what kind of an alternate fuel can be used in the future and we saw that there has been a shift in trend towards LNG as an automotive fuel. It has been used by the US in small numbers for quite some time and in the last few years, China has taken a big stride in terms of migrating from diesel trucks to alternate fuel-driven vehicles, like CNG and LNG. There have also been a lot of studies in Europe and US about the total cost of ownership of these vehicles and LNG has been coming out as a favourable proposition. Initially, our focus was on the industrial use of LNG, however, there was always a possibility that it can be extended to trucks and buses.
When we started looking at LNG then a few issues came in light.
First was the range. In CNG vehicles, it is limited by the amount of gas the vehicle can carry. For example, if you want to carry a lot of CNG, then you have to carry a lot of cylinders, which means the kerb weight would be high. To strike a balance, you carry a limited amount of gas that gives you a range of 250-300 kilometres. This range is okay if the vehicle travels short distances, but not when you want to travel long distances.
Then there was the price differential between Diesel and Gas. In Delhi, the price differential is good and people are forced to buy CNG buses because of the diktats laid out by the Supreme Court and the regulators. But for other places, the pull towards CNG is not that strong.
While we evaluated range, there was also the fact that when people use CNG, there is a lot of unproductive running of the vehicle, be it a truck or a car, because of the small range that you get with it.
Looking at all these things, we thought we should look at some other alternative fuel which came out to be LNG. Then we started working with oil companies as to when and where can we get LNG as an automotive fuel.

Q. When you say oil companies, are you referring to Petronet LNG Limited (PLL) and Indian Oil Corporation Limited (IOCL)?
A. Yeah, initially we were only working with IOCL. PLL's interest in the automotive sector has started recently. IOCL supported us as they provided an LNG-filling arrangement in vehicles that were inside Tata Motors, as we could not run these vehicles on road.
We made an LNG-powered 'Prima' truck around four years ago and showcased it at the (2014) Auto Expo. The whole idea was to show the country that there was another alternate fuel available and, in turn, get people excited about this technology and get their feedback.
That's how we generated momentum to initiate this project and worked with the government, ARAI and certification agencies to get all the approvals in place. Now, the regulations have been formulated and the draft has come in. The final form will very soon come.
The oil companies are also working in parallel with these organisations to set up LNG-filling stations. So it isn't like we will just make a vehicle and start selling it as there are a lot of other associated regulatory framework and approvals that are required.

Tuesday, 15 November 2016

P.M Modi's Mother Exchanges Old Notes At Bank, Internet Praises Her For Setting An Example.

If PM @narendramodi's mother Shri Heeraben Modi can refuse VIP treatment, stand in senior citizen's queue to withdraw money, why can't we?

P.M Modi's Mother Exchanges Old Notes At Bank, Internet Praises Her For Setting An Example.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi's 97-year-old mother Hiraba today visited a bank at her village in Gandhinagar, just like other citizens, and exchanged her old notes in view of the demonetisation of the high value currency notes.
Accompanied by relatives, Hiraba, who was in a wheelchair, came to a branch of Oriental Bank of Commerce at Raisan village this morning and got notes worth Rs 4,500 exchanged.
She came to the bank with Rs 500 notes, got the mandatory form filled, put her thumb impression on the form and exchanged her money.

After receiving a new note of Rs 2,000, she also displayed it in front of the media persons, who virtually mobbed her as they sought her reaction.

Hiraba lives with Prime Minister Modi's younger brother Pankaj Modi in Raisan on the outskirts of Gandhinagar.
Hiraba is known to lead a very simple life and travels in public transport. Last time when she visited Gandhinagar civil hospital for a regular check-up, she was seen going in an
Modi had on November 8 announced scrapping of Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes to curb black money menace. After the announcement, people have been queueing up at banks across the country to get their old high denomination notes exchanged for the new notes.
And today after seeing PM Modi's mother stand in queue to exchange the old notes, Internet users lauded her effort to lend support PM's initiative to curb the menace of black money.
PM Modi's mother Heeraben Modi aged 95, reaches bank to exchange her notes !!
This is an example
A big Morale booster for all of us !!

Gali Janardhana Reddy Hitches Comeback on Daughter’s Rs 100 Crore Wedding

New Delhi: Mining baron Gali Janardhan Reddy returned to Karnataka's Bellary after five years and two months on   November.

 1.More than 10,000 people had lined up to receive him in his former fiefdom after he got the court's permission to visit Bellary to make preparations for his daughter's wedding.Janardhan Reddy, who was arrested on September 5, 2011, spent four years in Hyderabad and Bengaluru jails before being released on bail last year on the condition that he will not visit Bellary and Ananthpur districts.The reception was in stark contrast to the one received on the day of his release from Bengaluru central prison a year ago. When Reddy and two of his associates came out of jail, there was no one to receive them except some die-hard supporters. According to his close circle, not a single BJP leader received his calls or agreed to meet him for almost a year.Situation was so bad that even his own elder brother and former Karnataka minister G Karunakara Reddy avoided meeting him.Speaking to media on condition of anonymity, one of his personal assistants said, "Sir (Janardhan Reddy) went into depression. He came out of jail and there was no one to listen to him, console him or support him. He told us that he had lost all interest in politics and public life. He just wanted to focus on his court cases and migrate to a foreign country. "A shrewd operator, Reddy did not want his "reign" to end like this. Away from the public glare, he quietly started working on a revival plan and realised that his daughter's wedding would be the best opportunity to prove that he still matters in Karnataka politics, the source said.A month ago, he released the expensive wedding invitation of his daughter Brahmani.

It was embedded with an auto play video featuring the bride and groom costing over Rs.10000 per card.

The people of Karnataka who had seen his opulence and show off during the BJP regime reacted in horror and social media was full of negative comments.Unfazed, he distributed the invitation card to important personalities in state politics. He personally went to invite former Prime Minister H D Deve Gowda and Chief Minister Siddaramaiah.After inviting state BJP president and former chief minister B S Yeddyurappa, his one-time tormentor Janardhan Reddy grandly announced that he will make all possible efforts to bring him back as the chief minister again. Yeddyurappa, who had vowed not to deal with Janardhan Reddy again, nodded approvingly. The deal was done and the past was buried.The much talked about Reddy wedding will be held at the historic Bangalore palace on November 16. Reddy is expecting over 50,000 guests from all over the country. As his old friends say, for him it is not just his daughter's wedding but a first big step towards regaining the clout and stature he lost in a humiliating manner five years ago.According his old rival in Bellary politics and a senior Congress leader K C Kondaiah, the Reddys were never bothered about the public opinion. Speaking to media, he said "They believe that all publicity is good publicity. Four years in jail does not seem to have ended his ego and ambition. By using his daughter's wedding he is trying to stage a comeback. The BJP which had distanced itself from him is once again entertaining him. I fear that he will play a big role once again in the 2018 Assembly polls. It will not be a good news for our state. "But not everyone is amused by return of the Reddys. Senior Karnataka minister K R Ramesh Kumar has issued a public statement requesting the political leaders not to attend the wedding.Speaking to media he said, "It is a shame. We all know how he has made money. No leader with self-respect should attend the wedding."But there are many who have no issues with attending the mega wedding which is estimated to cost over Rs.100 crore. Speaking to media, Yeddyurappa said that he was going to attend the wedding. He said "I do not want to comment on what happened in the past. It is a wedding and I am going to attend. 

Sunday, 13 November 2016

Urgent walk-ins

-----Urgently Wanted-----

బ్యాంకు బయట లైను లో నిలబడడానికి మంచి కండ బలం ఉన్న యువకుడు కావలెను--

వయసు -- 18 నుండి 32 వరకు

చదువు - ఇంటర్ మీడియేట్

జియో సిమ్ కోసం నిలబడి పోరాడిన మరియు, సినిమా ఫస్ట్ రిలీజ్ బెనిఫిట్ షో కి టిక్కెట్ తెచ్చిన అనుభవము గల వారికీ ప్రాధాన్యత..

దొబ్బడం, తన్నడం, గుద్దడం లాంటి ప్రవీణ్యతలు ఉండి..

తిట్లు తిట్టడం లో శుద్ధ ఉచ్చారణ కలిగి ఉండగలగలి,

ఏ లైన్ ముందుగా వెళుతుందో  గమనించి అందులో చక్కగా దూరగలగాలి,,
బయో డేటా తో పాటు తొందరగా సంప్రదించగలరు....

జీతం -- మీ శక్తీ సామర్థ్యం బట్టి నియమించబడును

Saturday, 12 November 2016

Notification for AP Intermediate Exams

AP Inter 1st Year Exam Time Table 2017
Candidates who are Appearing for the Junior/ 1st year Exams 2017  for any branches in MPC, MEC, CEC, Bi.P.C and Other Branches can download the Time table of Ap Inter 1st year final exam time table 2017 from Below. 

AP Inter 1st year Exams 2017 Starts From 02 March, 2017 to 19 March, 2017. Ap inter 1st year/ Junior Exams will be Conducts in Several Centers across Ap in several Districts. AP Intermediate 1st Year 2017 Official Time Table will be Released Soon.

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All Candidates those who are writing the Ap inter 2nd year Sources, AP inter 2nd year Exams 2017 starting From 03 March, 2017 to 21 March, 2017.

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The Ethics and Human Values Examination will be conducted on 27-01-2017 (Wednesday) from 10.00 AM to 1.00 PM.

The Environmental Education Examination will be conducted on 30-01-2017 (Saturday) from 10.00 A.M to 1.00 P.M (one day).

The Practical Examinations will be conducted from 04-02-2017 to 24-02-2017 in two sessions i.e. from 9.00 A.M to 12.00 Noon and 2.00 P.M to 5.00 P.M.

Theory examinations will be held from 9.00 A.M to 12.00 Noon from 02-03-2017 to 21-03-2017 every day.

2-3 Weeks to recalibrate ATMs for new notes

It will take two-three weeks to recalibrate ATMs for new notes, says Arun Jaitley

The Finance Ministry constantly monitoring cash crunch: Arun Jaitley

It is a massive operation to replace 86 per cent of currency under circulation: Jaitley

The Finance Ministry is constantly monitoring the cash crunch following demonetisation of currency, said Finance Minister Arun Jaitley today while addressing a press conference on the issue of demonetisation.

"It is a massive operation to replace 86 per cent of currency under circulation," said Jaitley.

Jaitley said around Rs 2 lakh crore has been deposited till 12.15 pm on Saturday in banks across the country, following demonetisation of Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes.

"SBI alone has done 2.28 crore transactions in past two days after demonetisation of currency; total banking transactions would be 4-5 times of that," added Jaitley.

Friday, 11 November 2016

Hurry up Government extends concessions up to November 14

Government extends concessions: Rs 500, Rs 1,000 notes valid for key utilities till November 14..
NEW DELHI: The government on Friday extended use of old Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes for paying household utility bills, fuel, taxes and fees as well as purchases from co-operative stores by another 72 hours to November 14 as it struggles to make available alternative currency.
While withdrawing Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes from the night of November 8-9, the government had allowed use of the old currency at government hospitals, railway ticketing, public transport, airline ticketing at airports, milk booths, crematoria/burial grounds and petrol pumps for 72 hours.
This list was later expanded to include payments for metro rail tickets, highway and road toll, purchase of medicines on doctor prescription from the government and private pharmacies, LPG gas cylinders, railway catering, electricity and water bills and ASI monument entry tickets.
The time limit set was to expire mid-night tonight, but it has now been extended by another 72 hours, top government officials said.
The government has allowed use of the old currency to make payments at co-operative stores subject to valid identity proofs being provided.
Public utility bills include only household bills. Court fee will also be allowed to be paid in old 500 and 1,000 rupee notes.
Old Rs 500, Rs 1000 notes will be accepted for payment of fees, charges, taxes, penalty to central and state governments, including municipalities and local bodies.
Such old notes will also be accepted for payment of utility charges like water and electricity.
The official said while the old notes were allowed to be accepted for highway toll payment, the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways has freed national highways of any toll charges till November 14.

Congress Vice president stand in queue!!

Rahul Gandhi queues up to exchange Rs 4000 at bank near Parliament.
Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi queued up at a State Bank of India branch in New Delhi to exchange his old Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes following the government's decision to demonetise them.

The 46-year-old leader was seen waiting in line and talking to people in front of the SBI's Parliament Street branch in the heart of the national capital.

An angry Gandhi said he has lined up in solidarity with the common people in the line. "I have come to exchange Rs 4000.

If your intelligent give answer for this???

Thursday, 10 November 2016

New India Currency

RBI released new Rs. 500 and Rs. 2,000 currency notes on Thursday.
The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) will launch its new Rs. 500 and Rs. 2,000 currency notes from today ie Thursday. The RBI had stated on Wednesday that the banks will remain open for public even on the weekend i.e. November 12 and 13 to deal with rush of people wanting to deposit the defunct currency bills. Banks and ATMs were shut on Wednesday to remove old Rs. 500/1000 notes and stock them with lower denomination and new hard-to- fake Rs. 500 and Rs 2,000 currency notes.
On Thursday, Economic Affairs Secretary, Shaktikanta Das announced that a new Rs 1000 will be released in the coming months. "In a few months, new color combination and new design 1000 Rupee notes will be released," he said.

New updates

Banks to remain open for public on Saturday, November 12 and Sunday, November 13: RBI
05:59 PM (IST), Nov 09

How to exchange old currency? ? Where need to exchange?? When???

How to exchange old currency? ? Where need to exchange?? When???

The end of black money in India

*RBI to issue ₹2000 Rupees Notes coming February 2017*

*Not just a piece of paper There is much more in this note Read the full content of this message*

India is all set to add one more denomination to its currencies shortly. The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) will be issuing Rs 2,000 currency notes, the highest to come into circulation, even as some experts feel7 high-value denominations should be discontinued to curb black money.

The Rs 2000 currency is designed keeping in mind to eradicate the black money issues using state of the art indigenous nano technology, every Rs. 2000 currency note is embedded with a *NGC (Nano GPS Chip)*

*How the embeded NGC Technology Works?*
The unique feature of the NGC is it dosent need any power source. It only acts as a signal reflector. When a Satellite sends a signal requesting location the NGC reflects back the signal from the location, giving precise location coordinates, and the serial number of the currency back to the satellite, this way every NGC embedded currency can be easily tracked & located even if it is kept 120 meters below ground level. The NGC cant be tampered with or removed without damaging the currency note

*How will this help eradicate black money menace?*
Since every NGC embeded currency can be tracked. The satellite can identify the exact amount of money stored at a certain location. If a relatively high concentration of currency is found a certain location for a longer period of time at suspicious locations other than banks & other financial institutions. The information will be passed on to the Income Tax Department for further investigation

*Just a beginning of the end of black money in India*