Monday, December 28, 2009

Finally, cars to be rated on fuel economy - India Business - Biz - The Times of India

It is a good move by Government and not only in favour of consumers but for environment also.

And definitely this rating system will improve fuel usage.

I requests to automobile industry to provide their support for this rating.

Other big fuel consuming sectors must be identified and pushed for the same rating system.

Finally, cars to be rated on fuel economy - India Business - Biz - The Times of India

Wednesday, December 23, 2009

AC's eat up 40% of city's total power consumption - Mumbai - City - The Times of India

This is the estimate for Mumbai just think about other metro and urban cities and how much impact it is creating on environment, Government must launch more environment friendly building models/life model/social models and the action must start from TOP to BOTTOM. Government Top functionaries must be the first ones and set example in front of all. Secondly some famous celebrities must be engaged for this purpose and finally big corporate leaders must initiate to reduce AC use of their offices/factories/houses.

It also proves that we all should use renewable energy sources and it is really surprising that the common man pays for the consumption by rich peoples (AC's owner) because of overall rise in price. Just put some extra charges on building using centralized cooling system and give rebate to building using environment friendly systems. Also if possible force some big consumers to reduce their usage of AC's with immediate effect.  Also put additional surcharge on AC's sale/manufacturing from right now as lower AC's cost is also responsible for this situation

Tuesday, December 22, 2009

Nokia Launched 5230 Touchscreen Mobile in India.

Definitely it is good news for mobile phone lovers as this new gadget will surely attract them because of its low pricing @ Rs. 9000/- (Rs. Nine thousand only) and will give more strength to Nokia business in India as still Indian mobile market has very good scope of expansion.

Lets wait and watch what happens when this gadget goes through real test and what market feedback come for it.

J'khand polls a slap on Naxals' face: PC- Politics/Nation-News-The Economic Times

Really it is a positive move in favor of Democracy. All the concerned agencies have really done good job and people of Jharkhand are definately to be congratulated for selection of democracy instead of naxalism but the problem do not solve here many extra steps required to completely finish the problem of naxalism. Development, Employment, Education, Health project must be carried out on war scale in naxal hit areas because the immediate move at this time will give additional strength to fight against naxalism.


J'khand polls a slap on Naxals' face: PC- Politics/Nation-News-The Economic Times

Saturday, December 19, 2009

Dhoni banned for 2 ODIs for slow over-rate in Nagpur

Dhoni banned for 2 ODIs for slow over-rate in Nagpur

It will be really a setback of Team India if ban is applicable with immediate effect.

Let us Hope that ban is applicable after end of series.

Whatever happens but keep the spirit of Sports Alive.

Friday, December 18, 2009

Kasab denies all charges, claims forced confession - India - The Times of India

Kasab denies all charges, claims forced confession - India - The Times of India: "d up. I have been framed,' he added, speaking in Hindi."

A new drama from him. Court must give its verdict in fastest possible manner as the this man is playing legal tactics now.

If we will be not able to give justice it will be another cause of frustration for citizens of India and criminals/terrorist will get motivation from him.

SAIL selloff papers to reach Cabinet within four weeks- Steel-Ind'l Goods / Svs-News By Industry-News-The Economic Times

SAIL selloff papers to reach Cabinet within four weeks- Steel-Ind'l Goods / Svs-News By Industry-News-The Economic Times

I think it is a good move by SAIL (Steel Authority of India Ltd.) to increase its expansion. It will this news will definitely have positive impact on share prices of company but after January and go more upwards when actually the activity takes places in market.

I think market will be positive in the second week of January 2010.

Thursday, December 17, 2009

Egypt invites Tata Motors to build Nano plant - paper - Yahoo! India News

Egypt invites Tata Motors to build Nano plant - paper - Yahoo! India News

It is a matter of pride not only for TATA but for India also

but if the production is done in India it will definitely in interest of India because of employment opportunities and other benefits.

I Wish TATA Group all the best.

Google India launches driving direction on Google Maps- Internet-Infotech-The Economic Times

Google India launches driving direction on Google Maps- Internet-Infotech-The Economic Times

I hope that it will be really useful and wish google all the best

but not sure how much useful it is in practical terms because drivers know many shortcuts and alternatives like some small roads, kacha rastas, street etc. which many times do not exist on google maps.

Also naming terms of roads exist on google and what is the popular name of that road

Wednesday, December 16, 2009

Terrifying water crisis faces India; most cities to run dry: Rediff.com Business

As a Individual what we are doing for solution of this problem.

Please at least save one liter of water everyday out of your routine job. Make it a target for you.

Lets save Humanity and our planet.

Terrifying water crisis faces India; most cities to run dry: Rediff.com Business

Thursday, December 10, 2009

Legalize prostitution if you can't curb it: SC to govt - India - The Times of India


Firstly i would like to say I am not against any order of Hon'ble Apex Court and below written points are not against any orders of Hon'ble Court.

Can we imagine what impact it will have on society in case it is legalized?

And why the government is not able to curb because of corruption/less effective administration/involvement of high profile peoples etc.

I know it is very hard to eliminate but it can be scaled down to rock bottom

many peoples will get involved in this trade in case it is legalized especially when no other alternative is their to earn their livelihood many will simply got engaged in this field. Personally I think once someone get involved it will be not possible for him to come out of this trade. Just imagine that after 20-30 years what will happen in society, in every street/corner & locality out of every 10 peoples 2-4 persons are sex workers and it may also lead to clash between good families and those sex workers creating law & order problems.
Sometime creating problem / clash between elder and younger generation.

I am not denying the fact that it will also have some positive impact on society like instead of bring criminal/naxalite/terrorist etc. one more easy way is available for peoples to earn their livelihood but still at cost of moral and social values. It will totally change social paradigms of society.

Moreover the criminals who are doing it now will work with open handed and a new class of mafia will come into existence in association with corrupt officials.

It will not only increase corruption but will also lead to loss of moral values in society and for our social/moral values We Indians have proud of us.

In case of any objection please let me know so that article can be removed.

Tuesday, December 8, 2009

Friday, December 4, 2009

Disaster Management

Almost every Indian city is vulnerable to man made and natural disasters. Some of the man made disasters are bomb blast, terrorist attack / naxalite attacks while natural calamities like floods  in Bihar, Bengal and Mumbai in recent years and earthquakes in Kashmir, Gujarat. Storms / Tsunami in various coastal regions have left big impact on the mind & strength of nation. Although the whole nation stands united during the hour of crisis but the lack of disaster management, shortage of equipments & infrastructure and non-co-ordination between various government agencies because of lazy attitude of government workers led to the loss of life and assets on very large scale. Some of the disasters left never ending marks on social life.Some important points which needs to be analyzed are as follows :


  • In case of earthquake at Gujarat I read and listen that debris removing equipments (which are human friendly and modern) of International Community are very much better in comparison to Indian equipments.


  • In case of Tsunami USA has better warning systems with them.

  • After WTC attacks USA made its security system very strong and saved / failed further terrorist attacks.

Many more disasters could have been stopped if government is alerted. Actually we don't have proper policies and system which are required during crisis hour. Generally Army is called in case of natural calamities which should be the last option but it seems that it is the only option with authorities.
Almost all of our metro cities has high rise buildings (group housings/corporate offices/malls)  and mostly all of them constructed after approvals of various government agencies but in case of any mis-happenings like (fire/bomb blast/ earthquake/flood/etc.) in these buildings do the district administration have complete infrastructure/equipment to deal with this problem. Like case of Fire at IOC in Jaipur all safety measures failed and even central government is not successful to stop fire. Personally I knows that once the approval from concerned authority is taken most of the safety measures dies due to lack of maintenance. A regular monitoring/inspection system of safety measures should be in place so that we can reduce the chances of any disaster. It must be made sure that inspection is not only a formality which gets completed because of corruption means enforcement of law should goes in strict manner.