Saturday, March 30, 2013

Mumbai's brave cops who caught Qasab

All crucial leads into the 26/11 attacks of 2008 on Mumbai are coming from one man - Abdul Amir Qasab, the lone terrorist captured alive. But behind the capture is a story of grit, of a group of 5 policemen who trapped two terrorists, killed one, and got the other alive. Those policemen stopped the terrorists from spreading further mayhem in Mumbai.

CCTV footage: Operation inside Taj

CCTV footage of the operation inside Mumbai's iconic Taj Hotel.

Friday, January 11, 2013

Sharad Pawar slapped by youth in Delhi

Union Agriculture Minister Sharad Pawar has been slapped by a youth at the New Delhi Municipal Corporation (NDMC) centre in Delhi. The minister was attacked as he was leaving the premises after attending a literary function. The attacker, identified as Harvinder Singh, was reportedly angry over the minister's inability to control price rise.

Tuesday, December 25, 2012

India will become World’s Largest Economy by 2050

India will outpace China to become the world’s largest economy by 2050, boasting a Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of $86 trillion, forecasts a report by global property firm Knight Frank and Citi Private Bank. Leading the elephant’s charge will be Mumbai and New Delhi, which will feature in the list of top 20 cities globally within the next ten years. “China will overtake the US to become the world’s largest economy by 2020, which in turn will be overtaken by India in 2050. The Indian economy will reach a size of $85.97 trillion in terms of purchasing power parity by 2050 while the Chinese GDP would be $80.02 trillion during the same period,’’ said the report. The US—currently the world’s largest economy—is expected to have a GDP of $39.07 trillion by 2050. In terms of growth from 2010-2050, India would be the second fastest, with its economy growing at a rate of 8% annually during the period after Nigeria which will grow at 8.5%.

अंबानी के तबेले से पड़ोसी परेशान

अंबानी के तबेले से पड़ोसी परेशान

India is ready to build International North-South Corridor to reach Central Asia

India will make a concerted push into Central Asia by taking charge of a crucial transportation network through Iran into Central Asia and beyond. After getting a thumbs up from 14 stakeholder countries in the region in January, experts from all the countries will meet in New Delhi on March 29 to put final touches to the project — the International North-South Corridor. The project envisages a multi-modal transportation network that connects ports on India’s west coast to Bandar Abbas in Iran, then overland to Bandar Anzali port on the Caspian Sea and through Rasht and Astara on the Azerbaijan border onwards to Russia. India will build the missing sections of the rail and road link in Iran, thus skirting US sanctions and paying for Iranian oil not with hard currency but through infrastructure projects like the corridor. Once complete, the International North-South Corridor would connect Europe and Asia in a unique way — experts estimate the distance could be covered in 25-30 days in what currently takes 45-60 days through the Suez Canal. This has been a win-win proposition for India since the North-South Corridor agreement was signed between India, Iran and Russia in September 2000. But over the years, the project fell into disuse. Iran made little attempt to complete construction on its side, expending little political or administrative energy. Neither did Russia or India, which preferred to talk about it but did little to push it. Meanwhile, 11 other countries, including all the Central Asian states, joined up. Several recent developments have changed India’s timid approach. First, China has been building an extensive road and railway network through Central Asia, aiming to touch Europe. It is fast, efficient and already on the ground. While this has made Central Asia accessible to China and others, it is worrying these countries no end. Over the past few years, Central Asian states have repeatedly approached India to play the balancing role. Second, with Pakistan in a state of almost chronic instability, India can never hope to access Central Asia through Pakistan. Its best bet remains Iran.

Steve Jobs Stanford Commencement Speech 2005

Commencement Speech of Steve Jobs at Stanford University, California (2005)

Tournament Player Stats of International Cricket Series

ICC Rating Update of Countries in Cricket

International Cricket Series Score Update

Sunday, December 23, 2012

दिल्ली में सक्रिय पानी माफिया

दिल्ली के समीप यूपी बार्डर पर पानी के अवैध कारोबारियों में यमुना के तट पर ही बोरिंग कर पानी का पंपिंग स्टेशन लगा रखा है और दिल्ली में अवैध पानी की सप्लाई का काम कर करोड़ों रुपये कमा रहे हैं।

Outrage over Assam girl's molestation

In India, women suffer lot and they do not have proper right of freedom from their birth to death. I can say that India is country of foolish people {above 95% Indian citizens are stupid and need real scientific education (This is official statement of many Indian Celebrities)}. There is no proper judiciary system. Most of Indian suffers from injustice from political systems or judiciary systems. You can not get justices in Indian judiciary system. So, you will never get peace of mind if you do not get justice against any tortures or cruelties happened on you. There is lot of social problems in countries division systems (international boundaries between National) which are based on entirely fake religious believe or political self-interest.

STAR News not convinced with Nirmal Baba's curing solutions

STAR News not convinced with Nirmal Baba's curing solutions

Indian Government did agreement with Japan for its proposed High Speed Train

Japan, a pioneer in bullet train operations, on Thursday committed to “work closely” with the Indian government in its proposed high speed projects in the country. An extensive deliberation was held in this regard between visiting Japanese minister for Land Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism Takeshi Maeda and railway minister Dinesh Trivedi, according to railway sources.

Trivedi is understood to have said that there is an increasing demand for high-speed trains in the country in view of its growing economy as well as the demand from a larger section, which aspires such service.

The Japanese minister is believed to have assured his country's support and expressed desire to work closely with India, which has identified six high speed corridors in the country, sources said. Maede led a delegation, which included senior deputy DG of Japan's Railway Bureau Akhihiko Tamura, President, East Japan Railway Company Satoshi Seino, chairman of Kawasaki Heavy Industry Tadaharu Ohashi and Ambassador of Japan to India Akitaka Saiki among others.

Japan’s External Trade Organization and Oriental Consultancy along with Parsons Brinkhoff India has bagged the contract to conduct pre-feasibility study of the Hyderabad-Vijayawada-Chennai corridor, one of the six corridors identified by Indian Railways for high speed train operations.

Railways has already announced to set up a National High Speed Rail Authority (NHSRA), the approval of which is expected to be placed before the Union Cabinet this year.


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