Saturday, January 17, 2015

Lenovo launches A6000 4G smartphone in India

17 01 2015
Lenovo has launched A6000, the company’s latest budget smartphone with 4G connectivity, the most affordable  and most value for money  LTE device in India. Lenovo has launched its newest budget smartphone, the A6000, in the Indian market priced at Rs 6,999. Launched first in India, it will retail exclusively on Flipkart. Registrations begin today and will close on 27th January at 6pm.
A6000 is a  dual-SIM smartphone, which supports LTE, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.0, and weighs 128 grams. The Lenovo A6000 comes with stereo speakers, which work on Dolby Digital Plus technology.
This smartphone has an internal storage of 8GB, expandable up to 32GB, featuring an 8MP rear camera with a 178 degree viewing angle plus a 2MP front-facing camera.
Designed with  Android 4.4 KitKat, which sports the Vibe UI 2.0 skin. A6000 pre-loaded with the Guvera music app as well. Phone comes with a 2,300mAh battery, which Lenovo claims can provide up to 13 hours of calls and up to 11.5 days on standby.
Key Points of PM’s address at Economic Times Global Business Summit



Shri Narendra Modi ji, Hon’ble Prime Minister at Economic Times Global Business Summit said that India is a 2 trillion dollar economy today and asked if we can dream of an India with a 20 trillion dollar economy. He said that India would soon be witnessed as a country of opportunities, unmatched across the world.

He further emphasized that the government must nurture an eco-system where the economy is primed for growth and this growth promotes all-round development. He verbalized that this development has to be employment-generating and employment should be enabled by skills. He further said that these skills should be synced with production and production should be benchmarked to quality, and this quality should meet global standards where these global standards drives prosperity. This is the concept of “economic good governance and all round development” which is inevitable for our country to be a role model for growth.

Going forward, he said that development has to result in jobs. What we need is not just more production, but mass production and production by masses. Further, he said that the ultimate objective of subsidies should be to empower the poor, to break the cycle of poverty, and become foot-soldiers in our war on poverty. Therefore what is needed is to cut subsidy leakages, not subsidies themselves.

Speaking on governance he said that our government systems suffer from two weaknesses. They are complex and are slow. Thus he emphasized that our systems need to be made sharp, effective, fast and flexible to make it more effective.

Speaking on reforms he said that reforms are not an end in itself. Reforms must have a concrete objective. He talked of major institutional reform of setting up of NITI Aayog which is a way forward to transform India.

He said that the government is committed to achieving the fiscal target announced in the budget and informed the audience that India’s cooking gas subsidy is the world’s largest Cash Transfer Programme. He highlighted that the Indian economy is 100% banked country and assured the Public Sector Banks that they will have total autonomy in taking business decisions. He asserted that the government has arrived at consensus with States for amending the Constitution to implement GST which is a major breakthrough.

Shri Narendra Modi ji highlighted that the citizens of the nation must understand the Clean Ganga program, as an economic activity also and the railway stations can become growth points for the nearby villages. He added that he intend to launch a massive National Program for PDS Computerization and would link farmers to global markets in the coming times.

Warm regards,

Dr. S P Sharma
Bromance on the sets of Dolly ki Doli
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One of the most awaited films of the year Dolly ki Doli is packed with a lot of surprises in store for the audiences. It is for the first time that Sonam Kapoor will be playing the role of a Con Girl, and the audiences are gaga over her new avatar already as seen in the quirky promos!
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What we recently hear is that the Rajkummar Rao and Varun Sharma got along with each other like house on fire. There was never a dull moment when they were around.
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A source close to the team said, ';Pulkit and Varun know each other since a long time, but Rajkummar also got along with them from the very 1st day. In fact Rajkummar and Varun bonded like they have known each other since many years and when they used to be around everyone had to be careful to not fall for anything they said as they would keep pulling someone or the others leg on the sets. They would also help each other in their dialogues and scenes.';
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Though in the film, they are competing with each other for Sonam, off screen they were stuck at the hip with each other.
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Well,༳pan>bromance is becoming too popular these days in Bollywood isn';t it?


Dolly Ki Doli will hit the screens on 23rd January 2015!!

Petrol price cut by Rs 2.42/L, diesel Rs 2.25/L

 


Petrol price cut by Rs 2.42/L, diesel Rs 2.25/L
Petrol price was cut by Rs 2.42 per litre and diesel by Rs 2.25 a litre after an excise duty hike limited the benefit of global crude prices slumping to six-year low. 

This is the ninth straight reduction in petrol prices since August, and fifth in diesel since October. New rates will be effective midnight tonight, Indian Oil Corp, the nation's largest fuel retailer, announced.

In Delhi, petrol will cost Rs 58.91 a litre, the lowest in 44 months, as compared to Rs 61.33 a litre now. Similarly, diesel will cost Rs 48.26 a litre in Delhi, the lowest since April 2013, as against Rs 50.51 currently.



Including today's reduction, petrol price have been cut by Rs 14.69 per litre on a cumulative basis

 


January-30 state-wide drawing competition on “Mahatma Gandhi

Gujarat Information Bureau,
Government of Gujarat,
Ahmedabad,
Date: January 16, 2015.



To mark death-anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi on January-30 state-wide drawing competition on “Mahatma Gandhi and Cleanliness” is organized for 1.28-cr school, college students
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Record 1.28-Cr school-colleges students will spread awareness on cleanliness-sanitation through paintings

Gandhinagar, Friday: Under on-going nation-wide “Swachhta Abhiyaan-clean  India” movement, with a view to instill the virtue of cleanliness and sanitation among children and youths, Gujarat Chief Minister Mrs. Anandiben Patel has expressed determination to inspire record 1.28-crore students to express their art-skill by drawing massages on cleanliness in state-wide drawing competition  on ‘Mahatma Gandhi and Safai’ being held on forthcoming Gandhi Niravan Din (Death Anniversary-Day) on January 30, 2015.

Through a video conference meeting from Gandhinagar, the Chief Minister had given instruction to the district administrations for smooth conduct of the state-wide drawing competition that included the participation from over 1.28-crore students ranging from primary school to college, engineering college, polytechnic levels at the same time on the same day to make it a sort of record.

The video conference was attended by Gujarat’s health minister Mr. Nitinbhai Patel, education minister Mr. Bhupendrasinh Chudasma, agriculture minister Mr. Babubhai Bokhiriya, minister of state for law Mr. Pradipsinhji, gram vikas minister Mr. Jayantibhai Kavadiya, Chief Secretary Mr. Pandian and other senior secretaries. The video conference was also attended by the other members of council of ministers from their respective ‘District Seva Sadan’ to receive guidance from the Chief Minister.

Mrs. Patel learned the details of the programme of this competition and clearly said that the whole competition has been organized for the students would nurture cleanliness values from their childhood. She instructed the authorities to make school campus, class-rooms clean before beginning of the drawing competition.

While briefing about the drawing competition relating to Mahatma Gandhi and Cleanliness selection criteria, Mrs. Patel said that the first three creativities which have been selected at the school level, will be sent to Taluka, District and State level respectively, and with giving details about the process of selection and prizes given by the art specialists, this kind of creativities would be come to state level for selection-evolution respectively, she added.

Each category from Std 1 to higher secondary would be honoured by three prizes. As many as prizes worth more than Rs. 55 lakh would be given to the winners. The winners from private schools will also be honoured with prizes in this competition.
As a part of this competition, the students from primary and secondary, new schools, central schools, CBSE, ICSE and along with the Eklavya Model school the Grant in Aid, Private schools and secondary-higher secondary, ITI, Polytechnic and college student also will be included.

Mrs. Patel gave an inspirational suggestion to earn the services of retired teachers, principals, art teachers and excellent artists etc at the cluster-taluka-district and school levels for selection of the winners.

Mrs. Patel suggested that the prizes which will be given to the state level students to inspire them, the school family, members of school monitoring committee, trustees, management would also get involved in the whole competition with public-partnership.

The colours and drawing papers would be provided by the education department to the students who will take part in this competition and for this purpose a provision of Rs. 17.50 crore has been decided, was also been informed in this meeting.

 

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