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Sony Music Releases The Much Awaited Album Billionaire

Sony Music Releases The Much Awaited Album Billionaire sony music release india Delhi, November 1st 2013: Music giant Sony Music hosted a mega launch of the album ‘Billionaire’ for singer Indeep Bakshi’s sophomore album at Billionaire Club, Vasant Kunj, Delhi. Popular for his single ‘Saturday Saturday’, Indeep created a huge fan base for himself not only in India but with international audiences as well. The album that took Indeep a year to complete, and has a new flavor added to the genre of Punjabi hip-hop, that will definitely get people onto the dance floor. All the tracks in the album are perfect for a party. Indeep has experimented with the sound in this album and the album could comfortably be placed in the EDM (electronic dance music) genre. Says Indeep Bakshi, “Many songs from ’Billionaire’, that are being loved by fans essentially talk about what women typically think and want. The lyrics offer my perspective, as someone from the opposite sex on those issues. Going by the promotional tours, songs like ‘Madam ji’, ‘I like you fully dressed’ and ‘Don’t look at me’ are being appreciated by the youth.” The album has 9 tracks in which the Delhi-based singer has penned lyrics to voice his perspective on what occupies mind space of his female fan following, in the ‘lingo’ understood by the young in party flavored music, that adds the fun element to the entire album. Mr. Pawanesh Pajnu, Head of Sony Music Entertainment Punjab, commented “Punjab is an important market for us, our strategy re-iterates our position as a leader in the music industry catering to local needs of the Indian music lover. Indeep’s voice transcends boundaries and is a huge hit amongst youth not only in metros but in international shores as well. ” The event also saw rapper and pop artist Raftaar ‘Tamanche Pe Disco’ from the film ‘Bullet Raja’, Badshah (singer and rapper), along with other reputed names from the pop music industry.

06.11.2013. 05:07

Walking with Giants- a memoir written by G Ramachandran, Retired I.A.S officer

‘Walking with Giants- a memoir’ by G Ramachandran IAS (Retd.) “I found at almost the end of my service that public perception of their leaders is often highly misleading”, GR ‘Walking with Giants- a memoir’ written by G Ramachandran, Retired I.A.S officer and Former Finance Secretary, Government of India was recently launched in the city, in the presence of Mr. Jairam Ramesh, Union Minister for Rural Development, Mr. P. Sabhanayagam, IAS (Retd.) and many important bureaucrats - retired and current- who all received copies of the book and offered comments. “Walking with Giants”, is a memoir of Shri. G. Ramachandran, who had served with many political stalwarts like Rajaji, Bhaktavatsalam, Kamaraj, Anna, Indira Gandhi, Morarji Desai and Charan Singh. The book is a retrospect of some of the happenings in the corridors of power in India. The book also has a didactic purpose. It shows that people with rural background hailing from non-aristocratic families can through hard and systematic work rise to the positions of responsibility The book throws light upon the author’s close association with Prime Minister Indira Gandhi. Behind the scenes account of bank nationalization, 20 point program and the famous “Stray Thoughts” of Mrs. Gandhi get a mention in the book. The contents include ‘the Golden Chapter’ of the Janata period and also give an insight to the ordinance measures taken by Mrs. Gandhi to curtail inflation. The different anecdotes given, not only deals with the author’s association with many economic reforms of the country, but also, very subtly deal with the humane aspect of many leaders of the country. Mr. G. Ramachandran the author of the book “Walking with Giants” is a retired IAS officer of the Tamilnadu cadre who rose to the position of finance secretary at the centre. He had a brilliant career in the civil service. Being a first class first in MA Economics from Madras University, he stood first in the All India Competitive examination for appointment to the IAS in 1949. He served with Chief Ministers, Rajaji, Kamaraj, Bakthavatsalam and Annadurai. He was handpicked by Prime Minister Indira Gandhi to work in her secretariat. He helped to formulate progressive measures, like bank Nationalisation and 20 point programme. Despite the shift in powers in the centre, he earned the confidence of Morarji Desai and Charan Singh and worked as finance secretary under them too. Mr. Ramachandran had hence a ring side view of the economic development in the 70’s and early 80’s with the Vantage positions he held. He finally retired in 1985 as Executive Director of the Asian Development Bank Manila.

01.11.2013. 06:48

youtube is coming soon in DTH India

So in its quest for world domination in the digital domain, Google, the largest and most popular search engine, has furthered its efforts to conquer the realm of television. According to Francisco Varela, Google’s global director of platform partnerships, the internet giant has apparently approached an anonymous Direct-to-home cable provider in India to facilitate streaming of Youtube videos on television. A bird’s eye view at the latest development highlights the gravity of Google’s ambitious venture and its impact on India’s television viewing habits. The widely used video platform receives a whooping 55 million unique visitors every month from India alone, a notable proliferation from 2 years ago, when it was looming at around 15 million unique visitors per month. Now considering the exponential growth of India’s middle class and the fact that internet has seeped into their basic requirements, it is by no mean an exaggeration to claim that we have only seen a gist of the immense possibilities that will unfold in the near future. Google, renowned for pioneering various endeavors revolutionizing the chassis of internet, has yet again done what it does best. If this initiative ever sees the light of day, which seems highly likely considering the win-win situation for all parties involved, Youtube is set to rule the roost as a premier channel for delivering entertainment and commercials on television, thus overriding the unreliable and ever so annoying internet network speed.

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voters id card application online

voters id card application online In accordance with the instructions of the Election Commission communicated in their letter of 17th September 2004 and incorporated in their detailed instructions/guidelines for annual Revision of rolls for 2005, 2006 etc., 'e' registration is generally enabled from the date of draft publication of the (photo) electoral roll till the last date prescribed for filing of claims and objections. The Forms pertaining to the rolls are hosted in the web site of the CEO's office. Earlier, any applicant seeking 'e' registration had to submit 'on line' only Form 6 or 8A as the case may be, (without the photo) but with the photo rolls in place, it is necessary for him to furnish his photo also along with the application. The submission of photo along with Form 6/8A is necessary for incorporation of the photo in the Photo Rolls and for preparation of Electors' Photo Identity Card thereafter. The applicant should submit his passport size photograph through e-mail as an attachment to Form 6/8A. Of course, he should have a valid E-mail ID. Such applications will be received only by the District Election Officers/Chief Electoral Officer. The requirements / process involved in the online registration are as follows: Only a person with a valid e-mail I.D. can seek recourse to this facility On clicking the appropriate link in the web site, the user will be able to access the online form. The online form is very similar to the Form 6 with additional inputs like e-mail I.D. and telephone number etc. To help the user, a help note on the various "steps to be followed for online registration" is available on the web site. The applicant after filling up all the fields without omission in the on-line Form can submit the same by clicking the 'submit' button. The applicant will get an e-mail confirmation with a unique application number (generated by the computer) in the e-mail ID as given in the online form by the applicant. The e-mail will have three options viz. confirmation, modification and deletion of the submitted details. On clicking 'confirmation', the details in the on-line form will be forwarded to the District Election Officers concerned. On clicking 'modification', the applicant will be able to make any changes in the online form and resubmit. The applicant will be asked to click 'confirm' link in the e-mail received earlier. On clicking 'deletion', the details submitted in online form will be deleted, and hence no details will be forwarded to District Election Officer. As indicated above on 'confirmation', the details will be forwarded to District Election Officer. For this purpose, a separate e-mail ID has been created for each district with user I.D. as deo_ (name of district) which is available with the Programmers in the DEO’s Office. All applications received shall be entered in a separate register at District Election Officer's office with name, address of applicant and unique application number, before forwarding the application to Electoral Registration Officers. On receipt, after printing the details, the Programmers can use the online web search facility to check whether the individual's name is available in the electoral rolls. If available, the Assembly Constituency No., Part No. and Sl.No. of the elector may be written on the application and in the District Election Officer's office register and forwarded to the Electoral Registration Officers for record. The Electoral Registration Officer has to enter all such application in a register in his office and forward the same to field-staff for verification of details and getting signature of the applicant. If the claimant does not attach a photograph with the application sent by e-mail, the non furnishing of photo should not become a ground for rejection of the claim; the field-staff should obtain the same from the claimant while going for verification of the details. After receiving the details from the field-staff, if the Electoral Registration Officer is satisfied, he can include the name in the Electoral Roll by following the usual procedure. If necessary, the Electoral Registration Officer can make further inquiries before taking a decision. The Electoral Registration Officer has to note the disposal with reasons in the register, so that the e-mail reply can be given to the applicant after the draft publication of rolls indicating the disposal and reasons etc. visit : Visit : http://www.elections.tn.gov.in/eregistration/

06.10.2013. 14:33

SOLAR POWERED CAR

SOLAR POWERED CAR

Energy - Demand is one of the major threads in our country. Finding solutions, to meet the energy demand is the greatest challenge for Social Scientist, Engineers and Industrialist of our Country. Now-a-days the concept and technology of employing renewable energy becomes very popular in various day to day applications. Sunlight is considered to be a source of energy which finds applications in Automobile Sectors to reduce the consumption of fuel and environment friendly. With the help of this technology, a conventional car is designed and modified to make solar energy powered car.
solar-car The solar vehicle is a step in saving these non renewable sources of energy. The basic principle of solar car is to use energy that is stored in a battery during and after charging it from a solar panel. In this project, an used Maruthi 800 cars engine is replaced by a D.C electric motor of 4 kW. A 12 V with two number of 150 AH batteries are used to charge the D.C motor which serves here as an engine and moves the vehicle in required speed. Voltage regulator is connected to accelerator pedal of the car. It is used for regulating current to vary the speed of the motor. The batteries are charged by two 120 W solar module which is mounted on the roof of the car. The motor is connected to the front wheel of the vehicle through the existing gear box which is used to vary the speed of vehicle. The car has been successfully tested for various road conditions.

solar-car-design

Mainly passenger vehicles are on short distance operation in urban conditions. Using a battery to run the vehicle incorporated with solar energy is much cheaper than either petrol or diesel. The vehicle is pollution free and does not emit toxic exhausts that are harmful to earth. The vehicle runs smoothly without noise thereby reducing noise pollution. The vehicles thus serves an a alternate for the depleting fossil fuels.This technology is most suitable for energy alternate using devices. The people who wish to travel can accept this proved technology for implementation. Moreover the same technique and technology can also be extended for all types of Automobiles in the transportation sector.

solar-car-project solar-car-battery-view As per recent press release by Saveetha school of engineering , saveetha university, chennai, The Team members involved in this project are Team members 1. Irene B.E 2. niranjan B.E 3. Joseph Raj B.E 4. Muralidharan B.E 5. Justin thomas B.E 6. Naresh B.E 7. Sibi saseendran B.E 8. Yangerlong B.E 9. Sreenath s nair B.E 10. Velse abraham B.E 11. Aghil Aringoth B.E Project guide. A. Muniappan M.E Associate professor Department of mechanical engineering Saveetha University, chennai. Contact no - 9841647429

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