Monday, July 30, 2012

Gagan Narang wins bronze in Olympics 2012

India watch:

India opens its medal account in London 2012!
Gagan Narang wins bronze in the 10m Air rifle event. He finished with an overall score of 701.1 just behind the Gold medalist Alin George Moldoveanu (702.1) and Silver medalist Niccolo (701.5).
Gagan Narang
WINS INDIA'S FIRST MEDAL WITH A BRONZE IN THE 10M AIR RIFLE EVENT.

billian $ moment for every indian & photo....

narang with olympic bronz medal.. he said 1 more medal to come...

1 carore ka prize hariyana sarkar ki taraf se
IAS ki manad padvi bharay sarkar ki taraf se

and many more prize to come

m salute this man

jay hind,,jay ho

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Saturday, July 28, 2012

Brahmos


Weekend date for user trial of BrahMos missile.

The Indian armed forces are preparing for a user trial of supersonic cruise missile BrahMos from a test range off the Balasore coast. The Defense Research and Development Organization (DRDO) will provide logistical support for the test.

The trial will be conducted from the Integrated Test Range (ITR) at Chandipur-on-sea, anytime on Saturday or Sunday. DRDO scientists and Army officials have been working on the test since the past fortnight.

The BrahMos has been developed as a joint venture between the DRDO and Russia's Federal State Unitary Enterprise NPO Mashinostroyenia (NPOM). The missile is named after two rivers, the Brahmaputra and the Moskva.

A scientist associated with the mission said the supersonic BrahMos is a unique missile, unmatched in speed (Mach 3), precision and power. It is also unique in that it has no known counter.

"Preparation for the test is on in full swing. While the missile has already been integrated with the launcher, tracking systems and other technical instruments are being placed to track the missile in full length. The missile will be tested in full operational configuration," the scientist told TOI over the phone.

BrahMos is a two-stage missile. It is nine meters tall and weighs 3.9 tonnes with the canister. It can reach a speed of 3 Mach and has a range of 290 km. It can be launched from ships, silos and road and rail mobile launchers. It can carry a conventional warhead weighing 300 kg.

Friday, July 27, 2012

Dr.Seuss.Lorax.2012.DvDRip.XviD.Ac3.Feel-Free

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John Carter (2012) DVDRip XviD-MAXSPEED www.torentz.3xforum.ro

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Dead Trigger for Android

Dead Trigger is now free on Android, devs blame rampant piracy on Android.

One of the hottest mobile games of this summer – Dead Trigger – is now free on Android’s Play Store. This is not a limited time promotion, nor has the developer implemented in-game ads to make up for drop in price.

Mad Finger, the game’s developer, says the reason behind the permanent price drop is the “unbelievably high” piracy. It also stresses the game will remain free to play – you won’t need to buy anything from the in-app purchases (though if you want to, you can).

The game still costs $0.99 on iOS and will stay this way.


Lord Krishna - Jai Radhe Radhe! :)

Lord Krishna - (Jai Shri Krishna)


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Jai Radhe Radhe! :)

Micromax Funbook Pro Tab

Micromax to launch 10.1 inch Funbook Pro Tab by next week.

Expected to be priced within Rs 10K the Funbook Pro will come with 1.2 GHz processor and Android 4.0 ICS OS.

Micromax is all set to launch a bigger version of its popular Funbook tablet. The new version called the Funbook Pro will come with a 10.1 inch multi touch display with 1024x600 resolution and a 1.2 GHz Cortex A-8 processor coupled with Mali 400 GPU and 1 GB RAM.

Like the previous version, this tablet will also be based on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system and aimed at students (edutainment as they call) with entertainment and education as the two purposes of the tablet.

The tablet will get a front facing VGA camera, HDMI, USB port and 8 GB internal memory which is expandable up to 32 GB. It will only have WiFi connectivity but support 3G dongles too.

The company spokesperson confirmed to The Mobile Indian the launch plan for Funbook Pro saying that it is just round the corner but refused to disclose the pricing. However given it history of disruptive pricing by Micromax, we expect it to be priced below Rs 10,000.

It looks like a smart move by Micromax, since 7 inch tablet market is going to face a lot of heat as and when the Google Nexus 7 tablet is launched, given that it is a Quad core high end tablet priced at the doorstep of entry level tablets at $200 (Rs 11,000).

In that scenario Micromax will have a maneuvering space in a bigger size segment with little lesser price pressure. This is also because 7 inch market has already become over crowded, while only high end products are available in the 10 inch segment with price range of Rs 25,000 or above.

Galaxy Ace and Gio

Galaxy Ace and Gio become the first ARMv6 smartphones to get CM10 ports.


Manufacturers are still taking their time with the official Jelly Bean updates, but the guys over at XDA-developers have been quite busy porting the latest Android distribution to various smartphones and already have quite a lot to show for their efforts.



The most recent achievement of the indie dev community is quite impressive though. The Samsung Galaxy Ace and Gio – two smartphones based on the older-gen ARMv6 CPU – got CM10 ports, which will certainly be their only chance of tasting Jelly Bean.



While the ROMs are still in the early alpha stages of their development, they already have support for most of the two smartphone’s hardware. They are some way off from being ready for everyday duties, but at least they give you a preview of what’s to come.

The BEST GAME for the BEST PRICE.

The BEST GAME for the BEST PRICE.

Asphalt 7: Heat finally arrives for Android for just Rs 56.

Gameloft has finally released the Asphalt 7: Heat for Android, after a month after they released the game for iPhone and iPad. It offers even more action, challenges than the previous versions and the most life-like graphics ever!
 

Feature of Asphalt 7: Heat

Drive 60 different cars from the world’s most prestigious manufacturers, like Ferrari, Lamborghini and Aston Martin, including the legendary DeLorean.

Gear up to race on 15 tracks set in real cities around the world, including brand new tracks in Hawaii, Paris, London, Miami and Rio.


The completely revamped multiplayer lets you take on up to 5 of your friends locally or online.

Play with 6 different game modes packed with 15 leagues and 150 different races.

Every car and track is more beautiful than ever thanks to graphics that push the limits of your device.

Download Asphalt 7: Heat for Android (select devices) from the Google Play Store for JUST 56 Rupees.

WHY INDIANS HAVE TO BE RE-BIRTH !

CHITRAGUPT from Yamlok went to the Lord and said: 'I have to talk to you. We have some Indians up here in heaven and they are causing problems.  They're swinging on the pearly gates, my horn is missing, they are wearing sarees and designer dresses instead of their white robes,they are riding Mercedes and BMWs instead of the chariots, and they're selling their halos to people for discounted prices.

They refuse to keep the stairway to Heaven clear or clean, since they keep crouching down midway eating samosas and drinking chai (tea). Some of them are even walking around with just one wing !  They do not believe in discipline and push their way through the line.'

The Lord said, 'Indians are Indians. Heaven is home to all my children. If you want to know about real problems, give  a call to Yamraj in the Hell.' Yamraj answered the phone, 'Hello? Damn, hold on a minute.' then returned to the phone, 'OK I'm back. What can I do for you?'
Chitragupta replied, 'I just wanted to know what kind of problems you're having down there.'
Yamraj again said, 'Hold on again. I need to check on something.'
After about 5 minutes he returns to the phone and said, 'I'm back. Now what was the question?'
Chitragupta said, 'What kind of problems are you having down there?'
Yamraj said, "I'm sorry  I can't talk right now. These Indians are trying to install air conditioning and making hell a comfortable place to live in by putting out the fire, which is there to keep them uncomfortably hot!! Since they are so tech savvy, they were trying to start a telephone and IT connection between heaven and hell between ME and GOD. They have started a socal network service for the troubled and believe in Karma and are good in convincing others.   Some were trying to start a chai - pakora, Chole batura, channa, Dosa and samosa, barfi, Chakli and Dokla shop, which I had to stop.
 
Many have no trouble living in dirt as they are so used to it down on earth. We have shortage of toilets to make them uncomfortable as this is Hell, but they have no problems in doing everything outside in open. They are excellent in corrupting everyone and my staff are being bribed by them and I have difficulty in controlling the graft and corruption in Hell.   They never complain as this place seems to be better from where they came. I am having such a hard time controlling and dealing with them!! I am therefore requesting you   OH LORD, PLEASE send them back to earth as soon as they arrive for re-birth".
So this is why Indians are the only ones that are re-born !

Oh GOD Why

All India Anti Reservation Front

We invite All People to fight against an injustice of Caste Based Reservation on Sunday 5 August 2012 at 10 AM at Jantar Mantar, New Delhi. Please come with your friends to participate in one day "Dharna". Because Forward Class Can't Have Chance to even take part in 50 % of chances in their own country.

Thursday, July 26, 2012

How to register for CPD (Contributor Personality Development) [7th sem GTU]

Contributor Personality Development (previously known as Swami Vivekanand Contributor Personality Development) has been shifted from 8th to 7th semester students of all branch as a compulsory 4 credit subject.
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Monday, July 23, 2012

Nanoscale devices will be found in every room in your home


Nanoscale devices will be found in every room in your home

Last year 27 Sep 2011, I was in the Harvard University where I visited laboratories of many eminent professors from the Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences.

I recall, how Professor Hongkun Park, showed me his invention of nano needles/Wires, which can pierce and deliver content into individual targeted cells. That’s how nano particle sciences are shaping the bio sciences.

He is using his nanoscience expertise to develop new nano- and microelectronic tools that can interface with live cells, cell networks, and living organisms. Specifically, he is investigating vertical nanowire arrays as a platform to perturb cellular functions in a massively parallel, arrayed fashion, and patch-clamp and nanowire arrays for recording real-time dynamics of in vitro and in vivo neuronal ensembles.

These tools will impact a broad range of high-throughput discovery efforts in biology and help scientists to unravel the design principles of complex cellular networks.

Nanoscale Electronics, Optoelectronics, and Plasmonics
Nanometer-sized materials represent a natural size limit of the miniaturization trend of current technology, and they exhibit physical and chemica lproperties significantly different from their bulk counterparts. The Park group is developing cutting-edge experimental methods to incorporate individual molecules and nanostructures into electronic, optoelectronic, and plasmonic devices. Using these methods, he is characterizing their behaviors in detail to gain insights about their behavior and exploring the potential of these devices for future technological applications.

Hongkun Park thinks small to get big results.

Professor Hongkun Park of chemistry and of physics recently made an electronic switch the size of a molecule, too tiny to see directly or even to visualize in your mind. One of his goals is to determine how minute you can make an electronic device and still have it do useful work. He talks about sizes measured in atoms and gadgets millionths of an inch in size.

He is trying to couple his molecule-size switches to functioning brain cells to see how a memory or thought is made, or a sensation felt. In other words, he wants to get down to the basics.
He had already made his mark in the nanoworld when he wired an individual molecule so that it serves as an electronic switch, a transistor that turns the flow of electricity on or off. Harvard Magazine noted that this device is so small that it wiggles when a single electron, one of the lightest particles in the universe, passes through it.




Now Park is trying to modify such molecules so they can emit or detect a single photon, or unit of light, a thing even more ethereal than an electron. There's no doubt that circuits of light will handle more information more quickly in the future than electric circuits do today.

Park also researches the peculiar properties of nanowires made from certain metal oxides that change their physical characteristics as they become smaller. Such wires may hasten the day when nanoscale devices will be found in every room in your home.

By William J. Cromie, Harvard News Office says that Prof. Park is trying to connect his molecular detectors and switches to functioning networks of brain cells. He aims to track exactly what kind of chemistry and physics occurs when a memory is made, a face is recognized, an emotion is felt. That's an unnerving goal that Park is not sure he can attain. "I don't know if I can do it," he admits, "but it will be a lot of fun to try."

Kalam

Neha Sharma