Vels led Tv in Madurai

Vels led Tv in Madurai

The Beautiful World is growing with More Technology. In this world the Electronics things should be
checked by the quality, amount and the way of production. We should know the Merits and
demerits of the things. The best Example of Electronic goods is LED TV. We should know the
Evolution of Technology. In the current here is LED TV QLED Technology (Quantum Led, organic led),
Before that 4K LED TV Technology, Before that UHD (ULTRA HD), then Long Back FULL HD and the
first LED Technology was HD Technology. The past ten years this Technology was grown up. We
cannot find any different when we watch LED TV. But we can find difference when the sales man
Explain about it.

The different type of all technology (QLED, OLED, 4K, FHD, UHD, HD) led tv give same lights and
sound for your led television. All led tv for. When we purchasing a led tv our home we will select
that according to their price and the life span. But some leading company products are not full fill
the customer’s satisfaction that led products are not working for our expected level. Many leading
companies selling limited products led tv only for limited warranty. If that product led tv needs any
service needs they don't give good service. The leading companies theme was main to sell a new
product to us not our existing led products services.
This kind of behaviour are not in our company, we are only for the customer satisfaction.That’s our
VELS LED TV.
 Life time service
 Spare stock in for all old models
 Experience service experts in our company
 Good service solution for software and hardware
History
In 1926,  Kenjiro Takayanagi  demonstrated the first TV system that employed a cathode ray
tube (CRT) display, at Hamamatsu Industrial High School in Japan. This was the first working example
of a fully electronic television receiver. His research toward creating a production model was halted
by the US after Japan lost World War II.
Mechanical televisions were commercially sold from 1928 to 1934 in the United Kingdom, United
States, and Soviet Union. The earliest commercially made televisions were radios with the addition
of a television device consisting of a neon tube behind a mechanically spinning disk with a spiral of
apertures that produced a red postage-stamp size image, enlarged to twice that size by a magnifying
glass. The Baird "Televisor" (sold in 1930–1933 in the UK) is considered the first mass-produced
television, selling about a thousand units.
The first commercially made electronic televisions with cathode ray tubes were manufactured
by Telefunken in Germany in 1934, followed by other makers in France (1936), Britain (1936),  and
America (1938). The cheapest model with a 12-inch (30 cm) screen was $445 (equivalent to $7,921
in 2018). An estimated 19,000 electronic televisions were manufactured in Britain, and about 1,600
in Germany, before World War II. About 7,000–8,000 electronic sets were made in the U.S. before

the War Production Board halted manufacture in April 1942, production resuming in August 1945.
Television usage in the western world skyrocketed after World War II with the lifting of the
manufacturing freeze, war-related technological advances, the drop in television prices caused by
mass production, increased leisure time, and additional disposable income. While only 0.5% of U.S.
households had a television in 1946, 55.7% had one in 1954, and 90% by 1962. In Britain, there were
15,000 television households in 1947, 1.4 million in 1952, and 15.1 million by 1968. By the late 1960s
and early 1970s,  color television  had come into wide use. In Britain, BBC1, BBC2 and ITV were
regularly broadcasting in colour by 1969.
During the first decade of the 21st century, CRT "picture tube" display technology was almost
entirely supplanted worldwide by flat panel displays. By the early 2010s, LCD TVs, which increasingly
used LED-backlit LCDs, accounted for the overwhelming majority of television sets being
manufactured.
Display
Television sets may employ one of several available display technologies. As of the mid-
2010s, LCDs overwhelmingly predominate in new merchandise, but OLED displays are claiming an
increasing market share as they become more affordable and DLP technology continues to offer
some advantages in projection systems. The production of plasma and CRT displays has been almost
completely discontinued.
There are four primary competing TV technologies:
 CRT
 LCD (multiple variations of LCD screens are called QLED, quantum dot, LED, LCD TN, LCD IPS,
LCD PLS, LCD VA, etc.)
 OLED
 Plasma
World's major TV manufacturers
Rank Manufacturer Market Share (%) Headquarters
1 Samsung 20.2 Seoul, South Korea
2 Lg Electronics 12.1 Seoul, South Korea
3 Tcl 9 Huizhou, China
4 Hisense 6.1 Qingdao, China
5 Sony 5.6 Minato, Japan
6 Skyworth 3.8 Shenzhen, China
7 Tpv Technology ( Philips ) 4.1 Hongkong, China
8 Vizio 3.7 Irvine, Usa
9 Haier 3 Qingdao, China
10 Vels 2.8 Madurai

 

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comali ena koduma sir idhu…!

comali ena koduma sir idhu…!
Jayam Ravi is an nice actor who adopts the role he plays whether movies like
comedy, thriller and also in a commercial. He has been travelling with thriller
movies for the past year like Thani Oruvan ,Adanga Maru ,Tik Tik Tik And
Miruthan . His fans and another peoples thought that he had turned him to move
onto thriller subjects. But he had proved that he can do whatever the role maybe
also he defined him that he plays the role by adopting with the character. He had
breakthroughed and over come the opinion of his fans. He made a student role
from the 80’s and late ’90s. Yogi Babu appears as a best friend of Ravi ( Jayam Ravi )
from the school days . With their collaboration, they entertain the audience by
making comedies right from starting of the movie to the end of the movie. Same as
every movies in Tamil Ravi ( Jayam Ravi ) falls love with a classmate Nikitha (
Samyuktha Hedge ) during his teenage schooling. After falling in love as usual
like other movies Ravi proposes Nikitha by gifting a idol to her by this time Ravi
met an accident he loose his memories and slips into coma for an 16 years . This
scenario changes Ravi’s life into an upside down. He wakes up after 16 yrs he look
like 37-year-old men but his mentality is just a 17 years old teen age boy from late
90’s . He loose his patience when he tries to adapt with the world. He meets
Rithika ( Kajal Agarwal )supporting actor. He enjoys time spending time with her .
Later on he knew that his family is facing a huge debt the money spent for his
treatment . So he decides to go for job . sequentialy Rithika knows about Ravi’s
past life after that she considers and provides him a watchman job in a museum . By
Rithika he knows the idol which he presented to Nikitha is a highly valued one .
But here the twist arrives now the idol is owned by K.S.Ravikumar and he is none
other than the villain of the movie and another interesting fact is the accident met by
Ravi is because of K.S.Ravikumar . He is a villain for the movie and as well as he
is the villain for Ravi’s life . K.S.Ravikumar plays an politician role in this movie
. Ravi tries to take the idol from K.S.Ravikumar by using some methods to save his
family from debt . Atlast Ravi becomes a Youtube celebrity by uploading the
videos . He expresses his thoughts how people’s life of 90’s has changed . The
motive of the movie is everything in the world we had changed for living but the
only one must be left for others is humanity.When we loose the humanity then we
are not humans . Worth to watch the movie with family.
comali ena koduma sir idhu…!/

comali ena koduma sir idhu…!

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 Maintaining your TV will save you the cost of repairing and replacing new parts and most importantly, will extend the life of your flat screen. Many a times, one forgets to do the simplest of things, like turning off the TV before sleeping. Sometimes, the voltage in your power supply is unchecked and this gives rise to spikes in electricity, further degrading the internal circuits. The biggest enemy of any electronic equipment is dust, which creates short circuit and potentially damages the screen beyond repair. Below are 10 essential tips to maintain your TV set.
1. Turn off your TV regularly
TV
The lifecycle of a television set is about sixty five thousand hours. However, if you are doing something else while using your TV in the background or even if you sleep while watching something, this gradually tends to become a habit. Its lifespan will consequently decrease. And maybe after two years or so, it might need repair. You can simply avoid it by making a habit of switching off your TV when you do not really need it.
2. Use a voltage regulator or a surge protector
TV
You must also be wary of severe voltage spikes. These damage your electronic items to a great extent. Voltage spikes generally happen whenever there are power cuts and when the power gets back all of a sudden. Voltage fluctuations may also happen even when there is continuous power supply or during thunderstorm and lightning. A voltage regulator will take care of not only your television set but also other electronic equipment like your air conditioner, refrigerator, washing machine and your microwave. You can also get a surge protector, that is quite economical.
3. Optimal brightness
TV
Adjusting the brightness settings to the maximum level at all times can also reduce the lifespan of your TV. It is not advisable if you want your flat screen to function for long. Too much brightness causes eye strain, so it is better to keep the brightness at an optimal level.
4. Appropriate use of contrast
TV
Using high contrast levels decreases the lifespan of your flat screen. The picture quality is bound to decrease in a few years as more processing power is used at high contrast levels. So, it is advisable to vary the contrast rates from time to time.
5. TVs also need to breathe
TV
Your flat screen LCD television set requires a decent space for ventilation. Generally, it generates a lot of heat due to the amount of electricity used. Therefore, it is best to use your TV in an open space without humidity so that it cools by itself when you turn off your television. And even when you are using it, the internal circuit would not heat as much, thereby increasing the lifespan.
6. Keep the sharp objects away
Sharp objects can easily destroy your screen and can create a permanent damage sometimes since LCD screens are much thinner. Thus, keep such objects away as much as you can.
7. Clean your TV from time to time
TV
It is recommended that you get good quality products that are meant for cleaning your TV sets. Sometimes, dust accumulates on the screen, affecting visibility. Never use water to clean the screen. Anti-static electricity cleansers are a must have and are safe.
8. Keep dust away
TV
As mentioned earlier, dust is detrimental to your TV’s health. And it can not only settle on your screen but also in the insides of your flat screen set. It can cause your TV to respond slowly. You can use electronic vacuum pumps that are meant for household electronic items.
9. Burn-in prevention
You can refrain from using your television for longer periods of time as the images that stay for a longer time than the others, will start having burn-ins.
10. Avoid low temperatures
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sad demise of DMK’S Leader Mr.Karunanidhi

the sad demise of DMK’S Leader Mr.Karunanidhi

The Tamil Nadu government announced a public holiday on Wednesday. The state will observe a seven-day mourning as a mark of respect for the former chief minister, Moreover Karunanidhi

Shri -KaniMozhi the Daughter of Karunanidhi always intact with her father to take care, Dmk party force has a strong confidence over the Kanimozhi the party may offer the topmost position to kanimozhi

Honorable President also condoled about the demise

President of India
@rashtrapatibhvn

Extremely sad to learn of the passing of Thiru M. Karunanidhi. A doyen of our public life, as a contributor to the development of Tamil Nadu and of India he has few peers. Our country is poorer today. My condolences to his family and millions of well-wishers

 

CHINA BANK WILL STEP IN INDIA SOON

The Bank of China (BoC) opened its first branch in South Asia in Pakistan’s Karachi last year.

New Delhi: The Reserve Bank of India on Wednesday issued the license to Bank of China to operate in India, according to sources. According to reports, the decision was based on the commitment made by Prime Minister Narendra Modi to the Chinese leadership.
Following this, the 106-year-old Bank of China will open a branch in India.

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Last month Prime Minister Narendra Modi met Chinese President XiJinping ahead of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) Summit in Qingdao, China. During the meeting, they discussed the issues of security, economic cooperation, and people-to-people exchanges.

COMMENT
The Bank of China (BoC) opened its first branch in South Asia in Pakistan’s Karachi last year.

The top banks in China are:

Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (ICBC)
Founded in 1984, the International and Commercial Bank of China provides various banking products and services worldwide. The bank comprises Corporate Banking, Personal Banking, and Treasury Operations segments. ICBC is headquartered in Beijing and employs around 465,000 individuals.

As of December 31, 2016, it operated approximately 16,788 domestic institutions and 412 overseas institutions, as well as approximately 1,507 correspondent banks.

In the same period, total assets of the bank were US$3,812 billion and net profit was US$44.07 billion.

China Construction Bank
Established in 1954, China Construction Bank offers various banking and related financial services in the People’s Republic of China. The bank consists of Corporate Banking, Personal Banking, and Treasury Business divisions. Headquartered in Beijing, it manages approximately 14,956 domestic institutions and 29 overseas institutions.

In 2016, the bank’s total assets reached US$3,311 billion and net profit amounted to US$36.64 billion.

Agriculture Bank of China
Operating out of Beijing, Agriculture Bank of China was established in 1951. The bank provides corporate and retail banking products and services through its 500,000 employees. It operates through Corporate Banking, Personal Banking, and Treasury Operations segments.

As of December 31, 2016, the bank managed 23,682 branches in China, 10 overseas branches, and three overseas representative offices.

In 2016, the bank reported total assets of US$3,091 billion and a net profit of US$29.07 billion.

Bank of China
Founded in 1912, Bank of China is headquartered in Beijing. It operates in six segments: Corporate Banking, Personal Banking, Treasury Operations, Investment Banking, Insurance, and Other Operations. It is also involved in the aircraft leasing business. The bank currently employs around 308,000 staff.

As of 2016, total assets of the bank were US$2.886 trillion and net profit was US$29.07 billion.

China Development Bank
China Development Bank was incorporated in 1994. It offers various banking and financial products and services in China and other countries. The bank comprises Banking, Equity Investment, Leasing, and Securities segments. It operates through 37 primary and three secondary branches in mainland China, one offshore branch in Hong Kong, and five representative offices in Cairo, Moscow, Rio de Janeiro, Caracas, and London. With 3,500 employees, it is headquartered in Beijing.

As of 2016, the bank’s assets totaled US$26.31 billion and net profit amounted to US$246 million.

Postal Savings Bank of China (PSBC)
Established in 2007, PSBC offers various banking products and services for retail and corporate customers in the People’s Republic of China. It is headquartered in Beijing, employing around 170,000 employees staff at present.

In 2016, the bank reported total assets of US$1,305 billion and a net profit of US$6.28 billion.

Bank of Communications
Headquartered in Shanghai, Bank of Communications was founded in 1908. The bank offers various commercial and retail banking products and services, primarily in China. With around 95,000 employees, it operates through a network of around 232 branches and 3,285 banking outlets in China, 65 overseas banking outlets, and a representative office in Toronto

As of 2016, total assets of the bank were US$1,325 billion and net profit was US$10.58 billion.

Industrial Bank Co Ltd
Incorporated in 1988, Industrial Bank Co Ltd primarily offers Personal, Corporate and Institutional Banking services. From its headquarters in Fuzhou, the bank manages approximately 126 branches and 2,003 outlets and employs around 56,000 staff.

As of 2016, the bank’s total assets reached US$961 billion and net profit amounted to US$85.06 billion.

China Citic Bank Corp
China Citic Bank Corp offers several banking products and services in the People’s Republic of China, Hong Kong, and other countries. Established in 1987, the bank operates through Corporate Banking, Personal Banking, and Treasury Business segments.

As of December 31, 2016, the bank managed 1,424 branches, including 38 tier-one branches, 105 tier-two branches, and 1,281 sub-branches. With 58,000 employees, it is headquartered in Beijing.

In 2016, the bank posted total assets US$39 billion and a net profit of US$329 million.

China Merchant Bank
Founded in 1987, China Merchant Bank operates through Wholesale Finance Business, Retail Finance Business, and Other Business segments. As of December 31, 2016, the bank oversaw a network of 136 branches; 1,672 sub-branches; one branch-level operation center; one representative office; 3,495 self-service centers; 1,723 automatic teller machines; and 10,138 deposit-taking and cash withdrawal machines, as well as 11,067 visual counters. With 10,000 employees, it is based in Shenzhen.

As of 2016, the bank’s total assets were US$938 billion and net profit was US$9.8billion.

Quality Education to all is a Keyfactor for india to become Developed Nation-SBI Study Report

Quality Education to all is a Key factor for India to become Developed Nation-SBI Study Report

  • India needs to focus on education within a decade, failing which the much-hailed ‘demographic dividend’ will turn into a disadvantage, an SBI report has said

The report suggests if India fails to act within this window, it might perpetually stay in the emerging group of economies the report says to change its status into a developed country, India will need to focus on education 

MUMBAI: India has only one decade to change its status into a developed countryand will need to focus on education, failing which the much-hailed ‘demographic dividend’ will turn into a disadvantage, a report said on Wednesday.

If India is not able to get its act together, it will never be able to go into the developed group of nations, the report by the research wing of country’s largest lender SBI warned.

“India has perhaps now only a limited window of a decade to get into the developed country tag, or stay perpetually in emerging group of economies. Policymakers, wake up and smell the coffee!” the report said.

The report said the government and policymakers will have to focus on the young people to ensure they become good citizens and invest in education in order to achieve the objective and realise the demographic dividend.

“India’s strength of demographic dividend could actually turn into India’s disadvantage by 2030,” it warned.

The population growth trend indicates that incremental population growth has been stagnant in the last two decades at approximately 18 crores, and fertility rates are quite diverse across states, it added.

The report said Karnataka, which has seen a decline in birth rate over the last few decades that has led to the share of those over 60 years increasing to 9.5 per cent in 2011, from 6.1 per cent in 1971, is the best representative of the need to focus on education.

With the affluence that comes as a result of slower population growth, people are preferring to put their children in private schools and not the government ones, on which a large number of the population still depends.

“The need of the hour is thus to improve the overall situation of government schools across states,” it said, suggesting a slew of changes needed in order to make the state-run schools perform better.

Among them, the SBI economists have suggested to stop stop granting funds to private schools under the right to education and divert the same to upgrade infrastructure in the government schools.

There is also a need for better classrooms, more focus on making English as a medium of teaching, qualified teachers with better remuneration who are not forced to do duties like census surveys, the report said.

Banana Pancakes Recipe

Banana Pancakes

Banana Pancakes

Banana Pancakes Recipe

Banana Pancakes is an American breakfast recipe, which is sure to be loved by people of all age groups. This pancake recipe is delicious as well as healthy. Bananas are rich in potassium and helps in lowering the blood pressure. If you’re bored of having those regular toasted bread slices for breakfast and wish to try something innovative, scrumptious yet healthy at the same time, then go for this Banana pancake recipe. Here’s how you can prepare this easy recipe at home by following a few simple steps given below. Pancake makes for a perfect breakfast recipe, and this recipe can be tweaked as per taste preferences. The best thing about this recipe is that it is satiating as well as delicious. You can add your own twist to this pancake recipe, if your like the sweet and slightly tangy taste of cranberries, blueberries or raisins, you can add some finely chopped berries or raisins to the batter and whisk it well, this will definitely accentuate the taste of this sweet delicacy.This is a perfect recipe for lazy afternoons and Sunday brunches, when you don’t feel like putting in much efforts to cook an elaborate meal. It tastes the best when served with maple syrup or caramel syrup. If you’re a chocolate lover, then you can also customize this recipe a bit by topping this quick pancake recipe with chocolate ganache. You can also serve this recipe with fresh strawberry or fruit jams. This is one such recipe that you can pack for road trips, picnics, office parties. To make it more delicious you can prepare this dish with a spoon of butter, this will add on to the taste and aroma. You can also add two drops of vanilla essence to this recipe to make it more flavoursome. Serve this Banana Pancake recipe to your family and friends on get-togethers, pot lucks or even kitty parties and earn all the appreciation for yourself. Try this easy recipe at home for kids and they will shower you with tons of praises and compliments.

For The Main Dish

How to make Banana Pancakes

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    Step 1

    To prepare this easy banana pancake recipe, take a bowl and peel and mash the bananas in it using the back of a spoon or a fork. Then, take another bowl and break the egg. Whisk well until it gets frothy.

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    Step 2

    Combine the all purpose flour with baking powder and salt in a large bowl. Then add the beaten egg mixture, oil, milk and coconut milk and add the mashed bananas. Mix all the ingredients properly so that a dosa-like batter consistency is attained.

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    Step 3

    Then heat a tawa over medium flame and pour a small ladleful of the batter. Spread the batter evenly in a circular motion to make a thick pancake. Apply oil around the edges of the pancake and cook on both sides until golden brown. Once done, remove from the tawa and serve with toppings of your choice.

Movies in madurai Theatre

 

 

Movies in madurai Theatre

S.No. Theatre Name Movie A/C Theatre Location
1. Abirami Irumbuthirai Near Sourashtra School, Kamarajar Salai
2. Ambigai Baskar Oru Rascal Near Sourashtra School, Kamarajar Salai
3. Ambika Screen-I Kaalakkoothu Anna Nagar Bus Terminal
4. Ambika Screen-II Bharath Ennum Naan Anna Nagar Bus Terminal
5. Anandha Panju Mittai Madurai Road, Thirumangalam
6. Annamalai Screen-1 Panju Mittai Simmakkal
7. Annamalai Screen-2 Bharath Ennum Naan Simmakkal
8. Banu Bharath Ennum Naan Thirumangalam
9. Big Cinemas Ganesh Bharath Ennum Naan Ganesh Theatre Stop, Kamarajar Salai
10. Cinipriya Baskar Oru Rascal [10:30am, 2:30pm], Nadigaiyar Thilagam [6:30, 10:30pm] Anna Bus Stand
11. Ganesh Screen-1 Bharath Ennum Naan Melur
12. Ganesh Screen-2 Panju Mittai [11:30am], Baskar Oru Rascal Melur
13. Ganesh Screen-3 Sema Melur
14. Guru Bharath Ennum Naan Arapalayam
15. Inox Screen-1 Irumbuthirai Vishaal D Mall, Chinna Chokkikulam
16. Inox Screen-2 Nadigaiyar Thilagam Vishaal D Mall, Chinna Chokkikulam
17. Inox Screen-3 Veere Di Wedding (Hindi) Vishaal D Mall, Chinna Chokkikulam
18. Inox Screen-4 Baskar Oru Rascal Vishaal D Mall, Chinna Chokkikulam
19. Inox Screen-5 X Videos (T) [9:55am], Iravukku Aayiram Kangal [10:20pm] Vishaal D Mall, Chinna Chokkikulam
20. Kallaanai Kaali Vandiyur Road, Vandiyur
21. Mani Impala Magic Bharath Ennum Naan Thirunagar
22. Mani Impala Majestic Panju Mittai Thirunagar
23. Mathi Irumbuthirai Arapalayam
24. Minipriya Irumbuthirai Anna Bus Stand
25. Ponnusamy Bharath Ennum Naan Usilampatti
26. Sha-I Iravukku Aayiram Kangal Near Anna Bus Stand
27. Solaimalai (Only First Class is AC) Panju Mittai Arasaradi
28. Sri Meenakshi (City) Pudhiya Brucelee Behind Sappani Kovil Bus Stop, South Veli Street
29. Sugapriya Panju Mittai Anna Bus Stand
30. Tamil Irumbuthirai Reserve Line
31. Thangaregal Irumbuthirai Periyar Bus Stand
32. Vetri Screen-1 Panju Mittai [11:30am], Oru Kuppai Kadhai [2:45pm], Bleeding Steel [6:30, 10:30pm] Villapuram
33. Vetri Screen-2 Bharath Ennum Naan, Nadigaiyar Thilagam [6:40pm] Villapuram
34. Vetri Screen-3 Baskar Oru Rascal [2:30, 6:45pm], Sema [10:45pm] Villapuram

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Weight 175 g (6.17 oz)
Build Front/rear glass, aluminum frame (7000 series)
SIM Dual SIM (Nano-SIM, dual stand-by)
DISPLAY Type Super AMOLED capacitive touchscreen, 16M colors
Size 6.21 inches, 97.1 cm2 (~83.8% screen-to-body ratio)
Resolution 1080 x 2248 pixels (~402 ppi density)
Multitouch Yes
Protection Corning Gorilla Glass (unspecified version)
– HDR10 display
– DCI-P3
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Chipset Qualcomm SDM845 Snapdragon 845
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GPU Adreno 630
MEMORY Card slot No
Internal 64/128/256 GB, 6 GB RAM
CAMERA Primary Dual: 12 MP (f/1.8, 1/2.55″, 1.4µm, 4-axis OIS, dual-pixel PDAF) + 12 MP (f/2.4, 1/3.4″, 1.0µm), 2x optical zoom, dual pixel phase detection autofocus, dual-LED flash
Features Geo-tagging, touch focus, face detection, HDR, panorama
Video 2160p@60fps, 1080p@30/240fps
Secondary 20 MP (f/2.0, 1.8µm), 1080p
SOUND Alert types Vibration; MP3, WAV ringtones
Loudspeaker Yes
3.5mm jack No
– Active noise cancellation with dedicated mic
– Type-C to 3.5 mm headphone jack adapter
COMMS WLAN Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, dual-band, Wi-Fi Direct, DLNA, hotspot
Bluetooth 5.0, A2DP, LE, aptX HD
GPS Yes, with A-GPS, GLONASS, BDS, GALILEO, QZSS
NFC Yes
Radio No
USB Type-C 1.0 reversible connector
FEATURES Sensors Infrared face recognition, fingerprint (rear-mounted), accelerometer, gyro, proximity, barometer, compass
Messaging SMS(threaded view), MMS, Email, Push Email, IM
Browser HTML5
– Fast battery charging (Quick Charge 4.0+)
– MP4/DivX/XviD/WMV/H.265 player
– MP3/WAV/eAAC+/FLAC player
– Photo/video editor
– Document viewer
BATTERY Non-removable Li-Po 3400 mAh battery
MISC Colors Black, Blue, White, Gold

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Rahul ji and Mamtha JI may soon reach Tuticorin

Rahul ji and Mamtha JI may soon reach Tuticorin to look deep in to the matter, Tuticorin Sterlite matter now gains national attention   more  were been seriously injured, 12+  are killed many of the  Tamils are seeking support from all party in india to proceed this Matter in honourable supereme court! this type of killing  are never been held in india ………..

பெங்களூரில் மமதா இந்த நிலையில் பெங்களூரில் இன்று குமாரசாமி பதவியேற்பு விழா முடிந்த பிறகு, பெங்களூரில் இருந்து மமதா பானர்ஜி தூத்துக்குடி வர வாய்ப்புள்ளதாக கூறப்படுகிறது. கமல் – ஸ்டாலின் – திருமா ஏற்கனவே திமுக செயல் தலைவர் மு.க.ஸ்டாலின், காங்கிரஸ் தலைவர் திருநாவுக்கரசர், விடுதலை சிறுத்தைகள் கட்சி தலைவர் திருமாவளவன், மக்கள் நீதி மய்யம் கட்சி தலைவர் கமல்ஹாசன் உள்ளிட்ட பல்வேறு தலைவர்களும் தூத்துக்குடி வந்து பாதிக்கப்பட்டவர்களுக்கு ஆறுதல் கூறினர். ராகுலும் வரலாம் மமதா வருகை தந்தால் தொடர்ந்து ராகுல் காந்தி உள்ளிட்டோரும் வருவார்கள் என்று எதிர்பார்க்கப்படுகிறது. இதனால் தேசிய அளவில் தூத்துக்குடி பயங்கரம் கவனம் ஈர்க்க ஆரம்பித்துள்ளது. தேசிய அளவில் தற்போது தூத்துக்குடி விவகாரமும் பெரிதாக பேசப்பட ஆரம்பித்துள்ளதும் குறிப்பிடத்தக்கது.

 

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Ginger lemonade

 

 

Ginger lemonade


Looking for a drink to beat the scorching heat of the summers? If yes, then this Ginger Lemonade will not only do the trick but will also keep you hydrated throughout the day as well! Prepared using soda, ginger powder, sugar syrup, fresh lemons, black salt and ice cubes, this beverage recipe is the perfect welcome drink and can get any party started. Top up this mocktail recipe with ice cubes and a fresh piece of ginger to enhance its flavour and serve on occasions like kitty parties, game nights and family get-togethers. The sweet and sour flavours of this lemonade recipe will surely win over everyone and will quench their thirst during the heat wave. So, gather all the ingredients and try this easy beverage right away!

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Ingredients of Ginger Lemonade
4 lemon
90 gm ginger powder
6 ice cubes
1 piece ginger
1/2 teaspoon black salt
30 ml sugar syrup
soda as required
3 lemon wedges
How to make Ginger Lemonade
Step 1
To prepare this mocktail recipe, take a shaker and add freshly squeezed lemon juice, ginger powder, sugar syrup an ginger piece. Shake the ingredients well.

Step 2
Once done, transfer the mixture in a glass. Add ice cubes to it and top it up with soda. Gently stir with a stirrer. Garnish with ginger slices and lemon wedges. Serve immediately to enjoy!

Incredible home remedies for high blood pressure

Incredible home remedies for high blood pressure17th May is globally celebrated as World Hypertension Day. Hypertension, or high blood pressure, refers to the pressure of blood against the artery walls. It is a serious health condition that can lead to diabetes, heart attack, stroke, kidney failure and other problems. Hypertension is sometimes called the silent killer because it has no alarming symptoms or signs, but it causes progressive harm to the cardiovascular system. For this very reason it remains unnoticed and untreated for years. The possible causes of high blood pressure are excess consumption of salt, lack of exercise, an unhealthy diet, stress, birth control pills and pain relievers. Medication is often prescribed for hypertension. You can also help control it by trying some lifestyle changes. Home remedies, play a big role in lowering blood pressure. Here is the list of top 10 home remedies you can use to effectively control your high blood pressure.

1. Watermelon Seeds

Watermelon seeds

Add two tsp of crushed dried watermelon seeds to a cup of boiled water. Steep it for about an hour, then strain it. Take this mixture at regular intervals throughout the day. This remedy is effective in lowering blood pressure levels.

2. Coconut water

Coconut water

Coconut water contains good amounts of potassium, magnesium and vitamin C that help lower systolic blood pressure. Drink about 8-10 glasses of coconut water with a dash of honey and lemon.

3. Lemon

Lemon

Drink a cup of warm water with the juice of half a lemon added to it each morning on an empty stomach. For best results, do not add salt or sugar.

4. Celery

Celery

Mix celery seeds in your tea or eat one stalk of celery along with a glass of water daily. This remedy helps in keeping blood pressure levels under check.

5. Fenugreek seeds

Fenugreek seeds

Boil one tsp of fenugreek seeds in water for about two minutes, and then strain and drink it. Follow this remedy for two to three months to notice a significant improvement in your blood pressure level.

6. Honey and ginger

Honey and ginger

Mix a teaspoon of ginger juice with a teaspoon of honey and cumin seeds. Drink this concoction twice a day as a remedy for blood pressure.

7. Garlic

Garlic

Chew a few cloves of garlic with a teaspoon of honey twice a day, preferably in the morning and at bed time. You can also mix five or six drops of garlic juice in four teaspoons of water and take it twice a day.

8. Beetroot

Beetroot

According to several researches, drinking a glass of beet juice daily can help in dropping blood pressure levels considerably.

9. Onion juice

Onion juice

Mix one tsp each of onion juice and honey and take it twice a day for one to two weeks for desired results.

10. Banana

Banana

Bananas are low in sodium and high in potassium which helps lower blood pressure. Add bananas to your cake, breads, smoothies, cereals and shakes. Or have one in the morning on an empty stomach.

Swiss Butter Chicken Recipe

Butter Chicken

Swiss Butter Chicken Recipe

Butter Chicken is one of the most popular Indian chicken dishes. Typically served with roti, naan or pulao, this easy Butter Chicken recipe is made with a rich and creamy tomato gravy. If you’re planning to host a family get-together, then you must go for this simple chicken recipe as it is sure to be loved by people of all age groups. Prepared with rich tomato gravy and butter floating on top of it, this non-vegetarian recipe goes really well with breads of all kinds such as Naans, Rumali Rotis and even Tandoori roti and Chapatis. You can also pair this with any Raita of your choice. This main dish recipe is easy-to-make and can be made by using simple ingredients available in the kitchen. You can also make this quick Butter Chicken recipe on special occasions like kitty parties and pot lucks. If you’re a spice junkie and love all things spicy, then customise this chicken recipe a bit by adding more green chillies. Try it and relish the melange of Indian flavours!
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How to make Butter Chicken

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    Step 1

    In a large bowl, mix yogurt, onion paste, green chilies, ginger-garlic paste, sugar, salt, green cardamoms, black cardamoms and mace powder. Add pieces of raw chicken in the bowl and mix well. Allow the chicken to marinate overnight. Once the chicken is well marinated, roast it in a tandoor or an oven till its 3/4th done.

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    Step 2

    Now heat little butter in a pan over moderate flame. Add bay leaves, cloves, cinnamon, red chilies and crushed coriander seeds. Sauté the ingredients for half a minute. Now in the same pan, add a bit of onion, red chili powder, coriander powder, kasoori methi powder, and tomatoes. Sauté them for 5 minutes and once done, transfer the mixture in a blender to make a puree.

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    Step 3

    Heat the remaining butter in a pan. Add the pureed mixture and bring it to a boil. Add marinated chicken pieces, salt, fresh cream and mix well. To make sure that the consistency is not too thick, add some water to the mixture. Now add sliced green chilies, crushed fenugreek leaves and let it simmer for few minutes. Bring it to a full boil.

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    Step 4

    Transfer the dish to a serving bowl and garnish it with coriander leaves and cream. This butter chicken recipe is easy-to-make and can be made by using simple ingredients available in the kitchen. If you’re a spice junkie and love all things spicy, then customize this chicken recipe a bit by adding more green chillis or black pepper powder. Try it and relish the burst of Indian flavors. Serve it with naan or rice.

Watermelon  Mocktail

LEMO-VERA for fast hydration

LEMO-VERA for fast hydration Coco-Vera

While appetites in Summers go low, the thirst for drinks rises up. Having a chilled aerated drink may cool you down, but it’s not doing any good to your body. Here we have a special curated beverage recipe called Coco Vera, that is an exotic mix of fresh coconut water and aloe vera flesh. It sure does taste as exotic as it sounds! Occasions like kitty parties, family get-togethers, game nights and a lunch with friends are apt to enjoy this mocktail recipe and will surely impress everyone with its tantalizing flavors. Loaded with the goodness of coconut, aloe vera, cloves, lemongrass, basil and lemon juice, this healthy beverage will provide a much-needed respite from the scorching heat of the summers. So, get ready to enjoy this extremely exotic mix of sweet and salty flavors without adding any fatty sugars to your body. Enjoy!

How to make LEMO-Vera

  • Step 1

    To prepare this beverage recipe, cut the top shell of a fresh green coconut to make a hole in it. Take a spoon and scrape the coconut meat from the inside into a bowl. Add the flesh of aloe vera, crushed basil leaves and lemongrass to the coconut water and stir gently. Preserve the coconut shell top and coconut meat for later use.

  • Step 2

    Add lime juice to the coconut water left in the green coconut. Add 100 grams of the scooped out coconut meat in the coconut. Cover the coconut with the coconut shell top and let it stay overnight for the process of infusion of all the flavors in the fresh coconut water. Next morning, pour the flavor infused coconut water in a glass with ice cubes and garnish it with cloves. Serve immediately to enjoy!

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Piyush Goyal to be finance minister

Piyush Goyal to be finance minister

Piyush Vedprakash Goyal is an Indian politician. He is currently serving as the Minister of Railways and Coal in the Government of India. He has been elevated to Cabinet minister on 3 September 2017.
Born: 13 June 1964 (age 53 years), Mumbai
Spouse: Seema Goyal
Constituency: Maharashtra
Office: Minister of Railways of India since 2017
Education: Don Bosco High School, Matunga, University of Mumbai, Government Law College, Mumbai
Parents: Ved Prakash Goyal, Chandrakanta Goyal

In a major cabinet reshuffle on Monday, union railway minister Piyush Goyal was given additional charge of the finance ministry till Arun Jaitley recovers from a kidney transplant surgery.

MoS (youth affairs and sports) Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore will be the new I&B minister in place of Smriti Irani, who has been shifted back to the textile ministry.

Goyal is also the power minister.

Jaitley underwent a successful kidney transplant at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) today and is stable after the over four-hour-long surgery, hospital authorities said. Jaitley, 65, who has been mostly working from home since early April, was admitted to the hospital on Saturday.

Piyush Goyal to be finance minister/Piyush Goyal to be finance minister/Piyush Goyal to be finance minister

Train tickets shall be booked oneyear in advance

Lakhs of domestic passengers have been booking train tickets online through the website of IRCTC (Indian Railways Catering and Tourism Corporation).
Further, there has been a remarkable annual growth in the number of travelers abroad visiting India. Giving due consideration to the growing foreign tourists, IRCTC has initiated a number of activities to attract the foreign tourists. Presently, the foreign passengers are allowed to make train ticket bookings 120 days in advance. Now, the railways` ministry has decided to extend this train booking facility for the foreign travelers that they can book train tickets 1 year in advance.

 

An official from IRCTC explained regarding this:

 

All the foreign travelers/tourists can now book train tickets in Indian Railways 1 year in advance. The booking has to be registered with the details of the passport number, international mobile phone number, etc.In case of cancellation of the bookings, only 50% will be refunded. The foreign travelers need to keep their original passports and visas. Otherwise, they will be penalized.

How to make quality Maggi Masala at home 

1. How to make quality Maggi Masala at home

How to make Maggi Masala at home

The secret ingredients of Maggi Masala have intrigued us all since decades. There is something special about this delicious masala that adds taste to any dish that it is used in. But how is the masala made? What goes inside and in what proportion? Here is the secret recipe of Maggi Masala that you will surely thank us for!

2. Here’s what you need

Here's what you need

2 teaspoons onion powder, 1 teaspoons garlic powder, 2 teaspoons coriander seeds, 2 red chilli, 1/4 teaspoon turmeric powder, 2 teaspoon cumin (jeera), 1/2 teaspoon pepper powder, 2 teaspoon fenugreek seeds, 1 teaspoon ginger powder, 1/2 teaspoon garam masala, 1 teaspoons sugar, 1/2 teaspoons red chilli flakes, 1 tablespoon cornflour 1/2 teaspoon aamchoor (dry mango) powder, 1/2 teaspoon salt, 1 teaspoon black pepper

3. Step 1

Step 1

Take all the whole spices like fenugreek seeds, cumin seeds, coriander seeds, red chili, black pepper and sun dry them in the hot sun for a day or dry roast them.

4. Step 2

Step 2

Transfer the roasted spices to a wide plate and cool thoroughly.

5. Step 3

Step 3

Add the roasted spices to the food processor and grind it to a coarse-fine powder.

6. Step 4

Step 4

Add all the remaining ingredients in the coarsely crushed powder. Sieve and powder the coarse spices again. 

7. Step 5

Step 5

Flavorful homemade Maggi masala powder is ready. Store this in an airtight container in the fridge and use as required. This masala can be used for sprinkling on noodles, pasta & and even in curries and mashes. Now the Masala is ready without lead content you can prepare it for your kids with peace!

Incredible benefits of flaxseeds and why you must have them daily

Incredible benefits of flaxseeds and why you must have them daily

Flaxseed or also as it is known in India is one of the oldest crops and they were first cultivated in Babylon in 3000 BC. It is a vegetarian source of Omega 3 fatty acids have gained a lot of popularity. Brown and golden are its two varieties, both of which contain an almost similar nutritional value.They are the weight loss friendly seed, loaded with fiber. It is a seed that is packed with a lot of beauty and health benefits!

What is flaxseed?
Flaxseeds are tiny, brown or golden-colored seeds also known as linseed. It has become part of the traditional cuisines of Asia, America, and Africa because of its various health benefits.

Flaxseeds Nutrition Facts

According to several types of research, one tablespoon of whole/unground flaxseed contains about:
Protein: 1.6 grams
Carbs: 2 grams
Phosphorus: 4% of the RDI
Potassium: 2% of the RDI
Omega-3 fatty acids: 1,597 mg
Fiber: 2 grams
Total fat: 3 grams
Calcium: 2% of the RDI
Iron: 2% of the RDI
Magnesium: 7% of the RDI
Calories: 37

Health benefits of flaxseed:
Prevents Cardiovascular Diseases

They are loaded with amino and omega 3 fatty acids can help in lowering high blood pressure. Including flaxseeds in your daily diet can help in preventing hardening of the arteries.

Fights Inflammation
They are packed with omega-3 fatty acids which makes it a key nutrient for fighting inflammation in the body.

Controls Diabetes
Taking flaxseeds regularly improves the blood sugar of people suffering from diabetes.

Prevents Cancer
Flaxseeds are loaded with phytochemicals which act as antioxidants and they are the main agent in preventing and treating cancer.

Reduces Ovarian Dysfunction

In menstruating women, regular consumption of flaxseeds works in the same way as hormonal replacement therapy for menopausal symptoms like mood disturbances and vaginal dryness.

Boosts Immunity
Lignans present in flaxseed boost the immune system in the body and prevent inflammatory diseases.

Nourishes Your Hair
Omega-3 fatty acids present in flaxseeds are essential for maintaining healthy hair.

Soothes The Scalp

Consuming flaxseeds daily can prevent issues like hair loss, dandruff and scalp eczema (a condition that causes scaly patches and red skin on scalp).

Provides A Healthier Skin
They are known for its moisturizing and hydrating properties and helps in getting rid off uneven skin tone.

Interesting facts about flaxseeds:
– Flaxseeds will make you poop.
– They are indigestible unless grounded.
– Always use roasted or powdered flaxseeds.

How to include flaxseeds in your daily diet?
Flaxseeds can be used in a number of ways in different dishes:
– Mix in your yogurt for that crunch.
– Make chutneys or dips by grinding with raw mangoes and ginger or with garlic, salt, and a little water. Use only roasted flax seeds for chutneys.
– You can add powdered flaxseeds while baking bread or making chapati.
– If you are making salted oatmeal, add a spoonful of roasted flax seeds. You can also use it in powdered form.
– Smoothies and shakes can be added with a spoon of roasted, ground flaxseeds.
– You can add them in granola bars
– Sprinkle it in your breakfast cereal

How to store flaxseeds:

– Reduce its exposure to light, heat, and air.

– Keep your flaxseeds in an air-tight container.

 

– If you want to store it for the longer period of time, refrigerate it.

Side effects of flaxseeds:

Flaxseeds might react in some people if they are allergic to it. Otherwise, they are safe for consumption.

Goat milk Vs Cow Milk

Goat milk Vs Cow Milk

1. What are the health benefits of goat milk?

What are the health benefits of goat milk?

With endless health benefits, goat milk is considered as a better option as compared to cow milk. Surprisingly, goats only produce milk equivalent to about 2% of the global milk supply. This milk is also cheaper to process because it doesn’t require homogenization (the small fat molecules do not separate and remain suspended in the cream). That’s the reason goat milk is commonly processed into cheese, butter, ice cream, and yogurt. In fact, goat cheese is considered quite exotic and goat milk is being used in the treatment of Dengue. Though the popularity of cow milk is not likely to fade in the coming years, it is necessary to understand and clear the myths associated with other milk sources. Here, we have tried to throw some light on the facts associated with goat milk that we all should know. For instance, the milk-fat particles of goat are very small, making the milk very easy to digest. According to health experts, it is a better option for babies, in case a mother does not nurse her own baby. Also, it is a great option for those suffering from digestion issues and ulcers. According to experts, goat milk has superior ease of digestion and buffering properties. Moreover, as compared to cow’s milk, goat milk has improved amounts of protein, fat, iron, vitamin C, and vitamin D. It has less lactose content and more vitamin A, B. Scroll below to know more about such interesting facts associated with goat milk.

2. Lactose content

Lactose content

You will be surprised to know that goat milk has 13% less lactose than cow milk. Also, it has 41% less lactose than the human milk.

 

3. Milk-fat particles are small

Milk-fat particles are small

The milk-fat particles of goat are very small, making the milk very easy to digest. According to health experts, it is a better option for babies, in case a mother does not nurse her own baby.

4. Easy to digest

Easy to digest

It is a great option for those suffering from digestion issues and ulcers. According to experts, goat milk has superior ease of digestion and buffering properties.

5. Controls cholesterol deposit

Controls cholesterol deposit

Due to the correct amount of fatty acids, goat milk has a unique metabolic ability to control cholesterol deposits in the body tissues.

6. Better by-products

Better by-products

According to a research, goat milk and its products are purely white in color, because all the yellow beta-carotene are already converted to colorless pure vitamin A during the processing.

7. Better nutritional content

Better nutritional content

As compared to cow’s milk, goat milk has improved amounts of protein, fat, iron, vitamin C and vitamin D. It has less lactose content and more vitamin A, B.

8. Good for growing children

Good for growing children

The fresh goat milk when consumed in the growing age, helps contribute to building strong and healthy body and mind.

9. Similar in taste

Similar in taste

Though goat milk is considered superior to cow milk, when it comes to taste, they both are very similar.

10. Good for allergies

Good for allergies

Those who are allergic to cow milk can easily consume goat milk because it contains a different kind of protein that causes no reaction or allergy in the body.

copper utensils and their remarkable benefits

copper utensils and their remarkable benefits

1. Drinking water from a copper vessel is a good habit!

Drinking water from a copper vessel is a good habit!

Copper is considered an essential mineral for the human body. According to Ayurveda, water stored in a copper vessel has the ability to balance all the three doshas (vata, kapha and pitta). According to health experts, it does so by positively charging the water. The water stored in a copper vessel is known as ‘Tamara Jal’ and is meant to be consumed only after at least eight hours. But, the point is, what are the benefits of drinking water from a copper vessel? Listed below are the reasons that make it a healthy habit to be followed by people of all age groups. For instance, copper fights off free radicals that cause aging. Packed with strong anti-oxidant and cell forming properties, copper helps avoid the formation of fine lines and leads to the production of new healthy skin cells. Also, it helps in eliminating extra body fat efficiently; fine-tunes the digestive system and thus helps in losing the extra kilos. Even in homeopathy, drinking water stored in a copper vessel has been highly recommended. According to the American Cancer Society, copper has been found to help regulate blood pressure, heart rate and lowers one’s cholesterol and triglyceride levels. These are just a few benefits, read below to know what all copper can do to your body.

2. Infection fighter

Infection fighter

Copper is ‘Oligodynamic’ in nature (the sterilizing effect of metals on bacteria). It destroys all sorts of bacteria effectively and thus prevents common water-borne diseases like diarrhea, dysentery, and jaundice.

 

3. Better digestion

Better digestion

Copper helps in cleansing and detoxifying stomach. It also regulates the working of liver and kidneys. It increases the absorption of nutrients from food too.

4. Fights cancer and hypertension

Fights cancer and hypertension

According to the American Cancer Society, copper has been found to help regulate blood pressure, heart rate and lowers one’s cholesterol and triglyceride levels.

5. Controls aging

Controls ageing

Copper fights off free radicals that cause ageing. Packed with strong anti-oxidant and cell forming properties, copper helps avoid the formation of fine lines and causes the production of new healthy skin cells.

6. Regulates thyroid gland

Regulates thyroid gland

According to health experts, people suffering from thyroid diseases, usually have low levels of copper. Drinking water from the copper vessel helps maintain the required thyroid hormones level and prevent hyperthyroidism (low levels of thyroid hormone) and hypothyroidism (low levels of thyroid hormone).

7. Beats anemia

Beats anemia

Interestingly, copper is an essential mineral required in the body. In the entire process of absorbing and using iron in the body, copper helps boost the levels of haeme (iron) also regulates its flow in the blood vessels.

8. Weight loss

Weight loss

It helps in eliminating extra body fat efficiently. It also fine tunes the digestive system and thus helps in losing extra kilos.

9. Helps heal wounds faster

Helps heal wounds faster

Copper is high on anti-bacterial, anti-viral and anti-inflammatory properties and that’s the reason is considered a great tool for healing wounds quickly. Also, it is known to strengthen the immune system and helps in the production of new cells

Since prehistoric times, copper has played a vital role in the healthy existence of the human race. From hair and eyes to skin and bones, copper has some amazing benefits for both your wellness and beauty. Since copper cannot be produced naturally by the body, it needs to be supplemented by external sources. This is why the use of copper is being extended from pots and plumbing fixtures to textiles and medical technology.

10.Helps You Stay Youthful

Collagen is essential for the production of elastic that keeps your skin firm, glowing and youthful. Sleeping on a copper infused mattress will help safeguard your cell membranes from free radicals that cause aging and promote the production of collagen, giving you that radiant glow.


11.Accelerates Weight Loss

Adding copper to your daily diet will boost your metabolism, help break down fat deposits and keep your body in the fat burning mode to accelerate your weight loss efforts.

An easy way to introduce copper to your daily regime is by drinking water stored in a copper vessel first thing in the morning.


12.Inhibits the Growth of Harmful Bacteria

Copper can effectively inhibit the growth of harmful bacteria, fungi, and microbes. When bonded in textiles, it can destroy a lot of harmful viruses and various fungi and also help keep several skin allergies at bay.


13.Helps Produce Melanin

Copper is a vital element of melanin – the dark pigment that imparts a natural color to the hair, skin, and eyes. Melanocytes control the production of melanin in the presence of an enzyme called tyrosine. Tyrosine contains copper which catalyzes the production of melanin, prevents the greying of hair and keeps you looking younger for longer.


14.Improves Brain Functions

Copper is a highly effective brain stimulant as it plays a control function in the brain. It is also widely known as an aid to the understanding of cognitive processes and is directly associated with neural pathways that play a vital role within the brain when it comes to creative thinking and higher thought processes.


15.Boosts Blood Circulation

Copper aids in the absorption of iron in the intestines and helps in releasing iron when needed by the liver for essential body processes. It regulates blood flow and boosts blood circulation while maintaining a healthy count of red blood cells and ensuring adequate oxidation of all the internal organs.


16.Keeps You Energetic All Day Long

Adenosine triphosphate is the powerhouse of the human body and copper plays a vital role in the synthesis of adenosine triphosphate. Copper acts as a catalyst in lowering the level of molecular oxygen to water in order to facilitate the synthesis of ATP, which is why copper deficiency can lead to lack of energy and fatigue.


17.Drives Enzymatic Reactions

Copper is either an element or a catalyst in more than 50 enzymes that are responsible for biological reactions in the body. Copper is essential for these enzymes to function properly and in harmony. In the absence of copper, metabolism slows down and the chain of biological reactions ceases to work in sync with various organs of the body.

Copper is specifically important for optimal functioning of brain pathways specifically those involving galactose and dopamine.

If you want to enjoy copper health benefits, there are many easy ways to include it in your day-to-day life and daily diet including wearing copper jewelry, copper clothing, cooking in copper utensils, drinking water from copper pots, consuming copper-rich foods and sleeping on a copper-infused mattress.

Frequently-touched surfaces in busy areas – such as hospitals, airports, public buildings – are at high risk of community-acquired and healthcare-associated infections (HCAIs) caused by methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) and methicillin-sensitive Staphylococcus aureus(MSSA).

Bacteria deposited on a surface by one person touching it, or via contaminated body fluids (like a sneeze), can be picked up by anyone else who touches the same surface and spread elsewhere, potentially causing thousands of infections worldwide. There were over 800 cases of MRSA and almost 10,000 cases of MSSA reported by English NHS acute Trusts between 1 April 2014 and 31 March 2015.

19.Incredibly, in previous Southampton studies, simulated ‘droplet contamination’ of MRSA – representing a sneeze or a splash – showed it was rapidly killed on copper and copper alloy surfaces. But real contamination of surfaces usually happens with touching things, right? Copper takes care of that too.


 

Dr. Sarah Warnes, the lead author of this new research, explains:

“Our latest research shows that in simulated fingertip contamination of surfaces with millions of MRSA or MSSA, the cells can remain alive for long periods on non-antimicrobial surfaces – such as stainless steel – but are killed even more rapidly than droplet contamination on copper and copper alloys. Exposure to copper damages the bacterial respiration and DNA, resulting in irreversible cell breakdown and death.”


 


This new paper, published in the journal Applied and Environmental Microbiology, demonstrates that MRSA dies on copper surfaces by a multifaceted attack from copper ions and reactive oxygen species (ROS).

Professor Bill Keevil, Chair of Environmental Healthcare at the University of Southampton and the paper’s co-author, explains the significance of these findings:

“It’s important to understand the mechanism of copper’s antimicrobial efficacy because microorganisms have evolved various mechanisms to convey resistance to disinfectants and antibiotics. Our work shows that copper targets various cellular sites, not only killing bacterial and viral pathogens, but also rapidly destroying their nucleic acid genetic material so there is no chance of mutation occurring and nothing to pass on to other microbes, a process called horizontal gene transfer. Consequently, this helps prevent breeding the next generation of superbug.”

Touch surfaces made from solid antimicrobial copper are already used by hospitals, schools, mass transit hubs, sports facilities and offices around the world to reduce the spread of infections, supporting key infection control measures such as good hand hygiene and regular surface cleaning and disinfection.

Natural Remedies to Protect your Gums-Smile forever!

Natural Remedies to Protect your Gums-Smile forever!

The situation of receding gums happens when the tissue of the gum around the teeth corrodes and it looks like your gums recede backward. Then a large surface of the teeth is exposed and more visible. When the gums go back, the space between the gum line and the teeth rises. That is a perfect place for bacteria growth. Another problem that may happen is overexposure of the root of the tooth that can lead to extreme pain and sensitivity of the tooth. It will also have a negative influence on the structure and bone of the tooth that can cause loss of the tooth. receding gums

Symptoms

This is a very common problem and most of the people who suffer from it do not notice the problem. The reason is that the process is slow and happens gradually. Remember to check your gums if your teeth have become very sensitive. That is one of the first signs. Another indicator is the size of your tooth: if it is larger than before then you need to treat the problem because it is a sign of receding gums. Other symptoms may be:

– Tooth pain/ache
– Larger tooth than before
– Tooth sensitivity

What causes receding gums?!

It might be a gum disease, but it can be caused by other reasons such as:

1. Periodontal diseases. That means bacterial infection in the gums. They cause damage to the supporting bone of the tooth and the gums, followed by other problems.

2. Lack of oral hygiene. If you skip teeth brushing and flossing you might build up plaque on the teeth. That can lead to calculus which is a hard substance which can lead to gum recession.

3. Aggressive brushing. It is the complete opposite of brushing teeth on regular basis. If you brush your teeth aggressively then the enamel on your teeth will be destroyed and this will lead to receding gums.

4. Sometimes you will blame the genes. In this case, you cannot change a lot about your problem.

5. Hormone imbalance can lead to receding gums. This can be a huge problem especially among women. Those changes lead to more vulnerable and sensitive gums.

6. Smoking is also a reason for receding gums. Smoking also causes many other diseases such as lung disease and cancer, but it can also cause receding gums. People, who consume tobacco in any form, can get sticky plague on their teeth more easily and this leads to receding gums.

7. Clenching and grinding your teeth will put pressure on them and this can cause receding gums. Using force to take bits while you eat may also cause the same problem.

8. This is a weird reason, but piercing your tongue or lips can also lead to the same problem.

How to treat receding gums

If you notice the problem with receding gums on time your doctor can treat them with either root planning or tooth scaling. The doctor will safely remove the calculus or the plague from your teeth and the surface underneath the gum line. The other case is if you do not notice the problem on time. In this case you may need to do a surgery on your gums in order to repair the damage. Some of the surgeries may be: regeneration of the lost tissue and bone of gums and teeth, depth reduction, soft tissue graft etc. If you like to avoid surgery you can use some of the homemade remedies in this article. But remember to consult your doctor if you have serious gyms infection, because you need to know how deep has the bacteria gone. In this case, this step should not be avoided. If the problem is not so serious then you can use only these homemade remedies. By using them and with proper oral hygiene you can grow back you receding gums.

How can they grow back?

Gums are soft tissues. They cover our teeth in order to stay in place and they also cover the root of the teeth. If you want to solve the problem with receding gums you need to have a good oral hygiene and you can use many recipes such as oil pulling in order to grow your receding gums again. Read more in the other sections.

Homemade recipes for growing back receding gums

We present you homemade recipes that require only simple ingredients such as herbs and spices.

Green tea

Green tea has an abundance of health benefits. It is full of antioxidants that fight the free radicals that can cause periodontal disease which can lead to receding gums. One of the antioxidants in green tea is catechins and it helps in destroying any periodontal disease. This antioxidant can strengthen the connection between the gums and teeth. Its anti-inflammatory properties will lower the swelling of the gums that cause oral diseases.

How to use it:

Every morning drink 1 cup of green tea.

Aloe Vera

We present you another ingredient that can help you with your gum problem. It is aloe vera and it has many health benefits and most of them are connected with skin problems. The reason is because aloe vera has many anti-inflammatory properties and repairing capabilities. In cases of receding gums, aloe vera will fight against inflammation and will turn on the cells which are very important for repairing the tissues. It will prevent other infections, due to its antibacterial properties.

How to use it:

Use the gel from aloe vera for your gums problem. There are 2 ways. The first one is to use aloe vera gel like a mouthwash and for brushing.

Once you have flossed and brushed, put some aloe vera gel and once again brush the gums and teeth. This should last around 3 to 5 minutes. Then rinse your mouth thoroughly.

The other way is to use it as a mouthwash. Once again after you brush your teeth take a little bit of aloe vera gel and dissolve it in some water. The consistency should be good enough for you so you can swirl it through your mouth. Do this every day after brushing.

Oil pulling

One of the most effective treatments for receding gums is oil pulling. It also helps with other oral diseases and it is mostly known for healing cavities. Sesame oil has many health benefits and anti-inflammatory properties. It can reduce plague buildups and destroy the toxins in your mouth. The sesame oil will form a protective layer over your teeth and it will reduce the chances of plague building. You can also use this method for improving the absorption of healthy nutrients in your body.

How to use it:

Take sesame oil and warm it up. Do not overheat the oil. You only need to warm it. Then brush your teeth and take sesame oil in your mouth. Gargle it and swirl it around your mouth. Do this for a few minutes. If you are not familiar with this process you can start with 30 seconds to 1 minute and once you get used to the procedure increase the time. The goal is 15 to 20 minutes.

Other way of oil pulling

You can also use coconut oil for oil pulling. It will reduce the chances of getting infections that may be the reason for receding gums. The coconut oil will heal your cavity and prevent tooth decay and it is one effective ingredient for treating receding gums.

How to use it:

It is better if you use organic coconut oil. Brush your teeth and then take a little bit of coconut oil and use it as a mouthwash. Once again do the method 1 to 2 minutes and increase gradually. The goal is 15 to 20 minutes daily. It can also help you to grow back receding gums and it will prevent bacteria growth in your mouth.

Eucalyptus

Eucalyptus contains essential oils that have many health benefits. It is known fact that the essential oils from the herbs are stronger than the herb itself. That is very clear since we always use only a few drops of essential oils in many recipes. The essential oil from the eucalyptus can destroy germs and bacteria that live in your mouth. They will protect you from any oral diseases. It has many anti-inflammatory properties and they help in reducing the swelling in the gums. Remember to dilute the essential oil before you put it on your gums. It is really strong.

How to use it:

Take1 or 2 drops of eucalyptus essential oil and 1 or 2 tablespoons of water. Dilute the essential oil in the water and dip your toothbrush or your finger in the oil. Apply it on your gums and massage it gently. Wash your mouth with water. This will stimulate the growth of new gums and it will prevent receding gums.

Myrrh

You can obtain resin from the Myrrh tree. That resin is used for curing and treating different gums and mouth diseases. It will stop the recession of the gums and it will prevent additional damages to the gums.

How to use it:

Use powdered myrrh. If you have myrrh in the form of resin, make powder by crushing it. Combine it with water and mix until a paste is formed. Apply it on your gums and massage it well. It should last a few minutes and you can use a toothbrush to complete this method.

Clove oil

One of the common uses of clove oil is preventing toothache. Many people are not familiar with the disinfectant properties of the clove. It can help you to destroy the germs and bacteria in your mouth and it will fight against any oral disease. It has anti-inflammatory properties as well and it can reduce the swelling of the gums. In order to fight periodontal disease you have to reduce inflammation. If you try and chew a clove you will experience a numbing effect. After every meal you can chew a clove. Remember that the clove oil should touch every side of your mouth. This will also destroy the bad breath. If you want you can try and use clove oil.

How to use it:

Take 1 to 2 drops of clove oil and massage your gums. Do this method one to three times in a day. Precaution: in case of using a blood clotting medication, please consult your doctor before you do this method.

Lemon

Lemons are known for their antiseptic and antibacterial properties. The lemon can stimulate the growth of receding gums. It will also destroy the bad breath. Lemons are acidic and remember that too much of them can destroy the enamel on your teeth. Do not use lemon oil every day. It should be used only one time in week. If you want you can make homemade lemon oil and you will not have to worry about that.

Homemade lemon oil:

You will need:

– ¼ to ½ cup of olive oil
– ½ to 1 freshly squeezed lemon juice

Directions: put the olive oil in a jar and add the lemon juice. Cover and shake it well. Leave the mixture for a couple of weeks. Remember to shake the jar every day. After three to four weeks you can start and use the oil.

How to use it:

Apply little bit of lemon oil on your fingers and massage your gums for a couple of minutes. Do this method not more than 2 times in a week.

Tips for preventing gum recession

It is better to prevent the problem then to cure it. If you see how many people have problems with receding gums then it is time to take some precautions. This way you will prevent other oral diseases as well. We will give you some tips that can help you to take better care of your gums and mouth.

Proper oral hygiene

This is one of the most important tips. It will keep the oral diseases away.

Remember:

– No aggressive brushing.
– Use gentle strokes and circular motion.
– Brush along your gym line, do not push the gums.
– Use a brush with small head and soft bristles.
– Floss!!!
– The best way to keep good oral hygiene is to floss and brush after every meal. If you are not able to do that then after every meal use a mouthwash.

Mouthwash for a clean mouth

If you use a mouthwash on daily basis then your mouth will be free of bacteria and germs. It is recommended that you use it every day. We will give you recipes for homemade mouthwash if you do not want to use the ones from the market. They are made with some essential oils.

– Mix 1 to 2 drops of essential oil, such as sage oil, peppermint, clove or tea tree oil and mix t with ¼ to ½ cups of water. Mix it well and use it every day.

– Another good way to protect your mouth from infections is hydrogen peroxide. It is very strong so remember to dilute it with water.

Remember that mouthwash is very important. Do it at least 2 times daily: in the morning and in the evening.

Water, water, and water

We all know that water is very important and drinking a lot of it can keep your gums healthy. We present you some reasons why you should drink more water to keep your gums healthy:

– You will get rid of the toxins from your mouth and your body. You will flush out any germs and bacteria in your mount and therefore you will prevent receding gums.

– You will keep your mouth clean. If you cannot clean your mouth after every meal you can use water to clean any food that is left on your teeth and in your mouth. Swish it around in your mouth and if you cannot spit the water out you can swallow it. Simple as that.

Eat healthily

Food that is healthy and full of nutrients can improve your overall health and boost your immune system as well. On the other hand, junk food will help the bacteria to grow in your mouth which can lead to many infections.

– Eat as many fruits and vegetables as you can. We recommend the ones that are full of vitamin C, because it is very important for your gums. It can reduce inflammation and help in the regeneration of the gums. Eat a lot pineapple, strawberries, oranges, cauliflower, asparagus, broccoli, asparagus etc.

– Reduce the sugar intake and avoid cold drinks. They are perfect home for bacteria.

– Do not consume alcohol, processed food, caffeine and anything that is made of white flour. They are bad for your overall health as well as for your oral health.

Consult with your doctor for any supplements

If your body does not have all important nutrients it can lead to bad oral health and problems with the gums. In order to change that you need to visit your doctor and find out if you should increase the intake of certain vitamins or other important nutrients. The following supplements can help you with receding gums:

– Calcium: it is very important for dental and bone health.
– Vitamin C: it will boost your immune system and also has many anti-inflammatory properties.
– Ginkgo biloba: it will improve your blood circulation, which is crucial for having healthy gums.
– Zinc: it will boost your immune system and you will fight different bacteria that can cause infection and oral diseases.
– Coenzume Q10: it will renew your cells and it will help you to grow back your receding gums.

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Bad Cholesterol and Its Remedies

Bad Cholesterol and Its Remedies

The very mention of the word ‘cholesterol’ creates a pang of fear in most of us in recent times.

Cholesterol is one of those afflictions to the human body where no outward symptoms are indicated for detecting. Cholesterol affects the middle as well as the old age groups.

All of us must be aware that the fats get deposited on the blood carrying paths and veins from a very young age.

What happens if cholesterol level increases?

There would be nobody pain, neck pain, or heart pain or any other complaint when affected by increased cholesterol level. However, gradually, there may be serious complaints such as paralytic attacks, heart attack, kidney diseases, eyesight related problems.

While there are no external symptoms to detect the high cholesterol level, the same can be tested and confirmed through a blood test.

A test, known as ‘lipid profile’ is conducted. Lipid profile or lipid panel is a panel of blood tests that serves as an initial broad medical screening tool for abnormalities in lipids, such as cholesterol and triglycerides.

This test must be taken only in the body condition when no food had been taken in the previous 12 hours. Even drinks must be avoided, Only water can be taken during these 12 hours.

It is advisable to have this test for males above 35 years of age and females above 45 years of age.

However, it is better for all people with prospects of excess fat in their bloodlines to take this blood test.

It is really essential for the following cadres of all age groups to have this blood test as mandatory:

· People with high blood pressure
· Diabetics
· People affected by renal failure
· People affected by heart attacks or paralytic attacks.
· The hereditary or relatives of the above cadre
· People with obesity
· People with habits of smoking/drinking
· The workers who do not have scope for physical exercises in their jobs
· Women after menopause

There are different types of blood cholesterol – Total cholesterol, LDL, HDL, and triglyceride. Out of this the complaint deserving the utmost attention is the cholesterol, known as ‘bad cholesterol’ or LDL – ‘Low-Density Lipoprotein’ and triglyceride cholesterol.

The food habits constitute only 25% of reasons for these complaints whereas there are other factors that constitute 75% of these complaints.

Let us know these ‘other factors’ and their play:

· Hereditary features – 15%
· Obesity – 12%
· Hormones and enzymes – 2%
· Mental tension, tending to be sensitively emotional, the social status – 8%
· Diabetes – 7%
· Lifestyle without many physical exercises – 6%
· Smoking and pollution/environmental hazards – 6%
· The gender, aging factor, some drugs and similar other factors – 5%

List of Foods  That a High Cholesterol Person should avoid 

Egg Yolk

Eggs are considered to be a healthy choice when taken within certain limits. Eggs are allowed to be taken as part of the healthy diet as long as they are not accompanied by dairy products and meat. It is better to avoid other cholesterol-rich foods for lunch when an egg was taken as breakfast. A single egg yolk has 210mg of cholesterol. So, avoid regular intake of egg yolk as well.

Cheese Burger

Eating lunch at a fast food restaurant is not advisable. Prior to ordering any cheeseburger, it is worthy of remembering the presence of 75mg of cholesterol in Big Mac and 175mg of cholesterol in classic double food item. So, it is better to order for a plain burger. Enjoying the tasty one rarely could be fine but, not regularly. About 123mg of cholesterol is found in 100gms of cheese and 21mg in one inch cube.

Liver

Liver in most of the meat consists of 564mg of cholesterol per 100gms of meat. As per the estimation made by the American Heart Association, three ounces of the cooked beef liver will have 331mg of cholesterol.

Butter

Butter is liked by many people in their food. Butter of 100gms consists of 215mg of cholesterol and one tablespoon of butter consists of 30mg of cholesterol. It is better to avoid taking butter regularly.

Shrimp

Shrimp of 100gms comprises of 195mg of cholesterol. A large single shrimp consists of 11mg of cholesterol and an ounce of shrimp consists of 55mg of cholesterol. Choosing the seafood that is boiled is better than the fried one as some of the seafoods are rich in cholesterol, while some do not.

Chicken

Chicken is generally considered as a low-fat option in meat. But, the way it is cooked does bring the difference. It is evaluated that one skinned chicken leg has more cholesterol than that is present in a burger or in a cup of ice cream. Chicken skin has high cholesterol.

Fast Foods

Egg or chip or cheese biscuit consists of 172mg of cholesterol per 100gms of the food. There is about 246mg of cholesterol in one cheese biscuit. The trans-fats present in the fast foods get transformed into high-cholesterol food. Trans-fats are formed due to the addition of hydrogen to the vegetable oils that are further used in commercial foods like cakes, fries, cookies and potato chips.

Processed Meats

The cholesterol content in the processed meat is based on the cut that is used and the added fat content at the time of processing. Lamb and duck meats are known to have a lot of cholesterol.

Ice Cream

A cup of ice cream will have more cholesterol than that is present in a hamburger. It has more cholesterol than it is in 10 glazed doughnuts. Trying fresh fruits for the dessert than the ice cream would be a wise option. Fruits are high in vitamins, minerals, fiber and low in calories. So, fruit option for dessert would help you lower the cholesterol.

However, the food habit is the highest constitutional factor with 25% in the cause of bad cholesterol. Thus, the wrong food habits are the main reason for bad cholesterol increase. After the food habit, the hereditary feature is the next most important constituent leading to this complaint.

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Now, what are the steps to avoid the bad cholesterol?

· Avoid high-cholesterol food items
· Make a serious attempt to reduce the quantity of intake of all high-fat food items
· Take additional quantities whole-grain foods, vegetables, and fruits.
· Just give up the smoking and drinking habits
· Make it a regular habit to take physical exercises st specified periods.
· Take care to maintain the body weight as recommended by the height.
· Take regular medical check-ups and strictly follow the medical advice
· It is of paramount importance to keep the blood pressure and the sugar level under control for the patients with these complaints.

So, if you take care and act accordingly, there is no fear about ‘bad cholesterol’.

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Eleven Traits Of a Successful Person

Eleven Traits Of a Successful Person

Don’t you think it’s strange that a lot of world leaders share the same habits? Many world leaders share the same history, same morning routine, same working habits and it is not something they have been taught, but things they have embraced over time and learnt from each other. So do you really know what habits, childhood traits or practices differentiates a successful person from an unsuccessful person? Research conducted by Stanford psychologist Carol Dweck reveals a successful individual’s intellectual acuity.

1. Successful people focus on problem-solving If you spot a person who’s always focusing on solving a problem rather than wondering why it arose in the first place, watch out for them. These people are born leaders and mentors. They see every problem as a challenge that they have to tackle. These people are not afraid of going out of their comfort zone, unlike those who wait for others to take action and pass on things.

2. Successful people don’t avoid challenges “Embracing change is one of the hardest things a person can do”, yet most successful people have a history of doing just that. They are comfortable taking risks and even view their failures with a positive frame of mind. They want to explore opportunities to grow and advance their careers and bring more opportunities to the table.

3. Successful people dedicate time to self-improvement It’s impossible to constantly be at the top without growing, a fact everyone who made it is well aware of, making self-improvement crucial for survival. As a matter of fact, almost everyone who’s successful dedicates time to reading, learning, improving, and working on a new skill that will keep them ahead of everyone. According to Dweck, there are only two ways in which you can describe a person’s behavioural trait – fixed and growth mindsets. Further with the help of Nigel Holmes, the traits have been explained. Dweck claims that a person with a fixed mindset sees himself with static traits and a deterministic outlook. This person sees himself as an already completed task, not open to changes or challenges. As a result, they avoid grasping new things. However, the person with a growth mindset sees failure as an opportunity and work on it.

4. Successful people see failure as an opportunity In an exercise conducted by Dweck, a group of 128 children aged between 10-11 were divided into two groups. Now one group was chosen based on their ability to work hard while the other based on their intelligence. When given hard problems to solve, the former performed repeatedly well as opposed to the latter. Dweck claims that people who believe in their hard work and are aware of their capabilities do not give up easily in situations and see every failure as an opportunity to perform better. DON’T MISS 5. Successful people believe in themselves and don’t give up Dweck further writes that “the view you adopt for yourself profoundly affects the way you lead your life. It can determine whether you become the person you want to be and whether you commit to and accomplish the things you value.” That said, successful people don’t cloak themselves with self-doubt after every failed opportunity. The only difference between them and those who don’t succeed is that successful people don’t give up.

6. Successful people have a strong work ethic Taking further reference from the group of 128 kids, hardworking kids showed a strong work ethic as opposed to those who thought that they were hard working.

6)People with fixed mindsets think that they have reached their goal and that they need no improvement. But those who have a growth mindset have a strong work ethic and are always in a space where they want to learn.

7. Successful people don’t seek approbation Most successful people believe in themselves and do not seek approbation from the outside world. If they think that their passion is driven enough to take them places, they revel in it. Those who seek everyone’s approval often fall prey to what others think of them.

8. Successful people have a sense of ownership Taking responsibility and accountability for their actions comes naturally to successful people. They do not try to cover up their mistakes. Instead, they try to learn from others and their own failings. Successful people will not make the same mistake twice.

9. Successful people focus on goals and people equally Someone said that good leaders compromise numbers for people and bad leaders compromise people for numbers, but in retrospect, successful people who are also everlasting leaders do not compromise on anything – they focus on their goals and people equally. To keep themselves motivated, successful people set goals for themselves and others.

10. Successful people are always growing Having a very strong sense of self-awareness, successful people know that to be able to look life squarely in the eye they have to be prepared for everything that comes their way. Therefore, either through reading or podcasts, they are always preparing themselves for challenges and unforeseeable battles.

11. Successful people value their time Time indeed is the most valuable asset that successful people have – to do things in time, to do it before others do, make the most of given time etc. They value their time more than their money.

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The Number-1 Fruit in World- Red Guavas

Red guavas are the tastiest among the guava varieties. It contains lesser calories and more fibre. Red guava is also rich in carotenoid, Vitamins A, C, B3, B6, B8, fibre, Potassium, and foliate.
The nutrients in the red guava play an important role in the body cell growth and also prevent some diseases like breast cancer. It also regulates blood pressure and keeps it in check and prevents high blood pressure.
Red Guava also removes the harmful fats in our system and prevents heart-related diseases. Guava is rich in Vitamin B8, which is essential, especially for the pregnant women. By taking red guava, the pregnant women can prevent some of the defects in the process of fetus formation.
Red guava, containing Vitamins B3 and B9, increases the blood circulation in the brain also prevents headaches and mental tension.
As we take red guava, its iron content increases our body resistance to various illnesses or complaints and also prevent viral diseases which cause fever, cold, cough, etc.
Red guava is rich in fibre and has a low glycemic index. So, this prevents the increase of sugar level in blood. So, diabetics can indeed eat red guava without any anxiety.
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unknown facts about Chocolates

unknown facts about Chocolates
How far can chocolates invite your attention? Got immense love towards binging on chocolates? Not just kids, even adults of all age groups have special love for chocolates. It is however considered as one of the sinful desserts! What we fail to notice is that there are several vital nutrients contained in chocolates that can aid you in keeping your lifestyle healthy.

When you’re stressed out, munching a chocolate can instantly awaken your mood. Perhaps, you can try it during your next premenstrual syndrome.

To believe in chocolates, you should first of all break all the myths revolving around. So, here are the myths you got to stay away from!

The first myth is that it has no health benefit at all!

Chocolates are rich in antioxidants, zinc and magnesium. They also contain high levels of calcium, phosphate and protein that helps in bringing down resistance towards insulin. There is very high amount of antioxidants in dark chocolate. You can keep your blood pressure under control by eating them.

The second myth is that it is very high caffeine content

You can elevate your mood by eating chocolates! However, they actually do not contain very high levels of caffeine. There is 6g of caffeine in a chocolate bar or a glass full of chocolate milk. This is more or less the same as the quantity present in decaffeinated coffee.

The third myth is that Chocolates can lead to acne

Of course, your skin health largely relies on what you eat. Due to the fat content present in chocolates, you may develop acne, but there is very little chance for it. When you take up more of oily foods, it can lead to acne.

The fourth myth is that Chocolates lead to weight gain

Your weight gain is not just because of chocolates! Your health doesn’t get hit by chocolate consumption. When you consume excessive processed foods, it would result in weight gain.

Fifth myth is that you may develop cavities

Believe that chocolates don’t solely cause cavities! Cavities develop when your mouth has cavities. When the sugar or starch in body gets metabolized by bacteria in your mouth and produces acid, it leads to cavities. The acid then accumulates on tooth enamel thus causing cavity.

Chocolates contain very high saturated fat

There is very high level of s stearic acid present in milk chocolate. This in no way surges cholesterol level in your body. According to studies, you can have chocolate bar rather than carbohydrate-rich food that would lead to uptick in cholesterol level.

Seventh myth is that chocolates lead to headache

First of all, chocolate is never the cause for migraine or headache. There are a lot of studies that claim that there is absolutely no link between chocolates and headaches. However, remember that if you are already prone to headache, with no munching of even a piece of chocolate, the pain may get triggered.

The eighth myth is that white chocolate is also a chocolate

Know that white chocolates are made up of cocoa butter, vanilla and milk solids. They are not chocolates in real. Better said is that they are not chocolates at all as they don’t contain cocoa powder.

The night myth is that chocolates don’t have any nutritive value

There is very high polyphenol content in chocolates. Polyphenols are antioxidants present in red wine. These are known for reducing the risk of coronary heart disease. There is very high antioxidant content in dark chocolates.

The last myth is that diabetics shouldn’t near chocolates

It is definitely not that diabetics should say no to chocolates whenever they are offered one! They have very low glycemic index and hence, chocolates help in improving insulin sensitivity. The endothelial dysfunction gets improved with chocolate consumption.

 

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Traditional Methods Adopted to find Water level in your Plot/Property

Traditional Methods Adopted to find Water level in your Plot/Property

1) What is involved?

Searching for water located below the earth’s surface, in phreatic layers or aquifers, in order to pump it. This is done with the utmost care and precision, using appropriate techniques, in order to dig or drill wells in the best possible places and thereby avoid costly, discouraging failures.

2) Who use this means and since when?

Around 1250 BC, Moses searched for water in the Sinai desert using his divining rod, practicing an art known since early Antiquity. However, the modern techniques stem from the 20th century.
This method is mainly used in developing countries or other regions where water is rare and where irrigation is essential for crops. It is also used in developed countries but mainly for uses other than direct consumption (gardening, geothermal energy).

3) Why?


Given the growing and vital importance of water and soil resources around the world, as well as their scarcity, we need to do everything possible to improve the finding, management, and preservation of these essential and fragile resources.

Groundwater is usually good-quality water. As it is often buried at significant depths, it is highly advisable to locate it as precisely as possible and assess its quantity and quality before undertaking costly drilling work and thus avoid costly failures.

This water can be detected with more or less precision depending on the methods used, through the electromagnetic waves it emits.

4) Who is primarily concerned? Places or contexts in which this method seems most appropriate

This method primarily concerns underprivileged rural or peri-urban areas. In mountain areas, this method is difficult to implement due to the great depths involved.
It particularly concerns regions prone to severe droughts. Indeed, aquifers are natural underground reservoirs capable of supplying large quantities of drinking water during the dry season, when rivers are likely to dry up.

5) What does this process involve? How is it implemented?

In actual fact, it consists of different methods ranging from the most rudimentary – but nevertheless of interest for people or small communities with little means, such as dowsing – to the most sophisticated such as the prior analysis of satellite photos or proton magnetic resonance (PMR) investigations.
The purpose of this document is not to give detailed explanations of the mode of operation and use of the various techniques, as most of them are fairly costly and can only be used by specialists. Instead, it aims to explain the principle and main advantages and drawbacks of the techniques, so that the communities and people concerned can find out about their main characteristics and be able to contact specialized companies, having gained a better knowledge of the facts.

The search for groundwater sources must take account of technical (hydrogeological) criteria as well as socio-economic criteria (closeness to a village, cost of investigation). In actual fact, closeness to the beneficiaries often remains the prime criterion.

There are various methods for investigating phreatic layers. Traditionally, dowsing was the only way of searching for groundwater. Subsequently, more modern and scientific techniques were developed, significantly improving the success rate of water collection facilities.

a) Preliminary survey

It is highly advisable for phreatic layer investigators, especially if they are not from the region concerned, to carry out preliminary surveys in order to collect information which can give them precious data on the places where there is a likelihood of finding water.

Depending on the size of the expected source, this can consist of either :
– after a first look at the site and a meeting with the chiefs or heads of the villages, a survey with their population to find out where wells would have been dug or where springs would have been used, where the vegetation is greenest and remains green during the dry season, where trees and plants naturally grow best, where the existing water sources have the highest outflow in all seasons, where the termite mounds are located, if any, etc.
– or, at the same time, research into the region’s geological map, climatic data and all appropriate information which may be obtained from the local or regional authorities or other organisations or operators working in the region.

b) Dowsing

In numerous countries (including France), certain people have the ability to investigate and determine the presence of water on a site and detect water channels (veins, faults, and aquifers).

These “dowsers” are often people who have special abilities passed down by their predecessors or a village wise man or woman.

The principle consists in :


USE OF A FORKED TWIG BY A DOWSER IN
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– Choosing a forked or Y-shaped twig from a tree such as a mango tree or using metal rods
– Positioning the twig or rods between the fingers so as to amplify the sensations felt and seeing if they twitch and go down (or cross) at the expected place.
– Criss-crossing the area in order to determine the most promising areas.

There are different types of divining rods :

– The Y-shaped or V-shaped twig
– Metal rods
– Parallel rods
– The Hartmann lobe
– The Lecher antenna

When the dowser uses metal rods, he holds them parallel between his fingers. When he comes close to a place under which there is water, the rods get closer together and end up crossing over one another where a groundwater source is significant. This can be tested and proves successful with many people, but the findings are imprecise and do not indicate the size of the aquifer.
Moreover, this method doesn’t make it possible to detect small, relatively deep groundwater flows.

c) Modern methods

These methods make it possible to locate aquifers with more precision, and they are much more efficient in assessing their size, volume, quality and sustainability.

Topography

Analysing maps and local vegetation gives a first indication of the presence of water. In the case of large-scale investigations, a global geological analysis can even be carried out through the interpretation of satellite images or aerial photos. These can highlight the presence of the major geological outlines liable to give rise to fractures with an identifiable direction or outcrops.

Hydrogeophysics

Geophysical methods are now the main methods of investigation and detection of underground aquifers. The method is chosen mainly depends on the geological context.

Traditional geophysical methods


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With these methods, we strive to study the soil’s physical properties and in particular its electrical properties. The aquifers are most often trapped between rock layers. All rocks conduct a certain amount of electricity, but their conductivity and resistivity vary according to their type: compact rock, dry rock, fractured rock, wet rock, permeable structures or impermeable ones.
A material’s electrical resistivity is its capacity to oppose the flow of electric current.

These methods are thus based on the capacity of the soil or rock to conduct electricity and the measurement of their conductivity or resistivity (the opposite of conductivity).

From these measurements, the type, size, and quality of the aquifer is deduced and specified, or perhaps only presumed, but with a high probability.

There are two main types of methods, which are sometimes used successively :

a) The measurement of electrical resistivity using direct current.


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This is the most widely used method as it is suited to the greatest number of situations.
It consists in sending direct current into a geological structure on a given site (50 to 400 volts depending on its resistivity – conductivity) using two electrodes (A and B).

There are several possible electrode arrays (Wenner, Schlumberger, 4 terminals, etc.).

The area investigated must not be too large and must be relatively flat and free of buildings which may cause interference and would make it impossible to have AB lines of the required length (over 300m).

b) Methods for measuring this reactivity by magnetic means
Easier to implement, such as the Slingram and VLF methods, these methods measure electromagnetic signals due to magnetic induction phenomena. They don’t need any contact with the ground and thus no electrodes. They make it possible to measure the soil’s reactivity to electromagnetic excitation. However, they cannot be used on all types of grounds or for aquifers over 20 meters deep, or even less. Their use seems to have dwindled.


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RESONANCE METHOD IN TCHAD
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Proton Magnetic Resonance (PMR)

This is a direct water detection method. It consists in sending electric currents into the ground, then measuring the signals emitted by the nuclei of hydrogen atoms in water molecules. It requires sophisticated equipment including proton magnetometers which can measure electromagnetic fields ; their recordings can be interpreted on site and, most importantly, the quantity of groundwater present in the rock can be deduced in a few seconds.

The isotope method

This method is mainly useful for tracing the water flow and to estimate the age of the groundwater. We know that the phreatic layer is renewed by the infiltration of water through the inflow area, where the aquifer’s geological structure is exposed to the surface. Investigations using the isotope method can often give useful indications.
If there are infiltrations, they can be detected and assessed by analyzing the variations in the isotope content of the damp soil above the phreatic layer. The most used isotopes are tritium, deuterium, oxygen 18 and carbon 14. The results have shown that this method is reliable and promising, in particular, if it is used with the physical models describing the water flow.

6) Remarks – Precautions to be taken

– Dowsers can never guarantee the presence of water, nor its depth, quantity or quality, as their approach is solely sensory. Moreover, it can be distorted by various factors (lack of concentration, the presence of an electric current). To optimize the investigation of aquifers, additional information and measurements are thus required.
– To avoid considerable risks, it is indispensable to call on the services of hydrogeophysics experts for major drilling work.
Indeed, it is essential to have highly sophisticated equipment and to know how to maintain it, and to have solid knowledge and experience.

7) Choice of the method according to the ground’s hydrogeological characteristics

The possibilities are summarised in the table below, taken from the AFD brochure and PS Eau, mentioned at the end of this document :

8) Main advantages and drawbacks

a) Advantages

These methods sometimes avoid serious or costly errors in groundwater investigation and save both time and money.

Preliminary on-site surveys and dowsing provide interesting indications at a very low cost when little means are available.


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The methods based on electrical resistivity and conductivity are much more precise and offer great spatial measurement density, which will allow relatively detailed exploration. They make it possible to detect indirect signs of the presence of water.

The PMR method is an innovative, rapid method for the direct detection of the presence of water. Its use is expanding.

b) Drawbacks

Most of the time, operations based solely on a dowser’s findings do not bear fruit or the findings are too imprecise.

What’s more, the effectiveness of a type of operation is difficult to assess since situations are rarely comparable.

Moreover, the use of this equipment presents drawbacks : it only allows detection down to a certain depth and the indications may be distorted by the presence of electromagnetic signals or electric lines.

Modern hydrogeophysics techniques are costly. They can only be used for the set-up of large or numerous water extraction facilities for which large budgets are available.

9) Cost

Often, investigations for large aquifers in southern countries are financed through the United Nations Development Programme and the World Bank. A preliminary survey must make it possible to assess the value of the information to be obtained (i.e. their usefulness and cost).

While the cost of a dowser is low (a few tens of euros), the cost of using modern methods is much higher and depends on the situations encountered and the methods used. It always amounts to several tens of thousands of euros.

Dowsers’ rates vary according to countries, the dowser’s experience, and travel expenses. For instance, the dowsers of Dapaong in Togo charge between €80 and €160 for their services.

The cost of machines which take hydrogeophysical measurements depends on the size of the machine, maintenance costs, and training costs. These costs are difficult to assess with precision as there is little information on the remuneration of aquifer investigation specialists, on the method(s) they use and on the type of area studied.

Other costs include the transportation of equipment to the sites and accommodation and meals for the team of technicians.
It is generally accepted that the search for a drilling site should not exceed 20% of the cost of the drilling operation itself.

10) Achievement examples


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In Chad, over 300,000 refugees from neighboring countries have settled in the east of the country, where water was already in very short supply.
In order to find new water resources, several NGOs including OXFAM and UNHCR (UN Refugee Agency) have been working in partnership with Iris Instruments, a French company which manufactures equipment and provides training.
The main method used has been that of magnetic resonance imaging: by sending electric currents into the ground, it makes it possible to detect hydrogen atoms and determine the quantity of water present in the rock, provided the water is less than 150 m deep, which was the case in Chad.
Several aquifers were thus found around Iriba.
A complete magnetic resonance kit weighs around 350 Kg and costs about €140,000.

Indian Coconut chutney


 

INDIAN COCONUT CHUTNEY

FOR IDLI, Dosa, and vada
A very tasty and easy Indian coconut chutney recipe which includes fresh coconut, channa dhal and other ingredients. It is one of the best combinations for idli, dosa, and vada. It is one of the south Indian recipes which is made daily in most of the houses and hotels.

It is also best served with Mysore Bonda and aloo pakoda and kara paniyarams

guidelines FOR MAKING most excellent TASTING COCONUT CHUTNEY
Use coconuts which are fresh for making chutneys. It will be more tasty and healthy
To get a creamy texture add roasted peanuts or roasted gram dhal. This makes the chutney thicker or else the chutney might turn watery.
You can also add a tablespoon of fresh milk to get a better taste and rich white colour. You can add milk according to your taste and preference
When you grind the chutney do not over process the because this leads to the separation of oil from coconut
Coconut chutney tastes good when it is made and served fresh. Do not keep the leftover chutney for a long time outside. If you want you can put it in the fridge so that we can prevent from decay.

Recipe for coconut chutney

INGREDIENTS
Fresh coconut – 200gms
Ginger- 20 gms
Roasted peanuts -20gms
Green chilies – 2 nos
Skimmed milk – 150 ml
Salt to taste
Red chillie 3 0r 4 nos
Channa dhal 1 tblsp
Mustard seeds – 1 tsp
Curry leaves for seasoning
Preparation time 7 minutes
Cooking time 2 minutes
Serves 10 members

Please follow this method while preparing chutney
The coconuts should be washed and cut into small pieces.
In the mixer grinder add chopped coconut green chili, ginger, roasted peanuts, and salt.
Make into a smooth paste by adding milk little by little..
For seasoning, take a small kadai and heat up by adding two tablespoons of oil.
Add mustard seeds, red chilly and channa dhal. Rast till it becomes golden brown and then pour it into the ground chutney. This is one of the tastiest chutney that i have ever made.
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Indian Turmeric is most effcetive in easing injuries says study

 

 

A new study conducted by researchers at the Milan-based pharmaceutical company Velleja Research has suggested that turmeric is more effective than popular painkillers at easing the agony of sports injuries. The findings were published in the European Review for Medical and Pharmacological Sciences journal.

The study found that after less than three weeks, taking a key component of the Indian staple spice, known as curcumin, eases injured rugby players` discomfort just as much paracetamol or ibuprofen, but without their side effects.

Say the researchers, The study suggests that naturally-derived, curcumin-based product could represent a promising safe, analgesic remedy in painful osteo-muscular conditions associated with intense, high impact, physical activities. We believe that curcumin may also benefit sufferers of inflammatory conditions, such as arthritis patients, without causing the complications associated with many existing treatments.

The researchers analysed 50 rugby players from the Italian premier Piacenza club south of Milan who was suffering bone or muscle problems as a result of incidents, such as repeated tackling. Half of the study`s participants were given the one gram curcumin-extract tablet Algocur, which is known as Turmeric+ in the UK, twice a day for up to 10 days. The remainder took painkillers.

Business in chennai takes worst hit after GST!

Business in chennai takes worst hit after GST!

After demonetization and introduction of GST, the wholesale businesses are largely hit.We could see some Sucide happening in and around the city due bad Business enivronment.This includes those who deal with plywood, hardware, construction materials, household products, etc. the All India Manufacturers Association took an initiative where inputs from various micro companies based in Chennai were compiled altogether. It expressed that the Chennai market suffers out of tax revision and charges revision made from time to time by the State and the Centre.

The National President of All India Manufacturers Organization, K E Raghunathan says they are hoping for an amendment in this year budget (2018). Though the government has seen success with GST, the benefits are not transferred to the individuals still. It has also badly hit the industries very badly. The industries are currently in a stressful state and they are being treated meagre than they should actually be. Due to the tough measures, employment is also hit.

Due to IT and tax filings, the law is getting stricter and the overall market in Chennai is also badly hit. Tax payments and bills are the prime focus for most Chennai-based companies these days. So, the cash flow is verily affected in the first week month on month.

Of course, the realty sector is in the red! Ban on sand, too high tax and negligence shown towards salaried class without any measure for tax exemption are some of the factors that has brought down flat buyers in Chennai, says CREDAI sources.

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How To list a MSME in Indian Stock Exchange

How To list a MSME in Indian Stock Exchange

With the advent of planned economy in 1951, special role was earmarked for SMEs, which was given a fillip by the subsequent progressive industrial policies. The Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprises Development (MSMED) Act, 2006 provided for facilitating the promotion and development and enhancing the competitiveness of MSMEs (commonly referred to as SMEs) and for the related matters. A big leap for SMEs was witnessed in 2010, with “The Prime Minister’s Task Force” recommending setting up of dedicated stock exchange/ platform for SMEs. SEBI, through its circular dated May 18, 2010, laid down framework for setting up a stock exchange/ trading platform dedicated to SMEs.
SME Exchange
An SME Exchange is a stock exchange dedicated for trading the shares / securities of SMEs who otherwise find it difficult to get listed on the Main Board. The concept originated from the difficulties faced by SMEs in gaining visibility and attracting sufficient trading volumes when listed along with
other stocks on the Main Board of stock exchanges. World over, dedicated SME trading platforms or exchanges are prevalent, which are known by different names such as ‘Alternate Investment markets’ or ‘growth enterprises market’, ‘SME Board’ etc. Some of the known
markets for SMEs are AIM (Alternate Investment Market) in UK, TSX Ventures in Canada, GEM (Growth Enterprise Market) in Hong Kong, MOTHERS (Market of the high-growth and emerging stocks) in Japan, Catalist in Singapore and the latest initiative in China – Chinext. As a matter of fact, NASDAQ also started as an SME exchange.
In India, “SME Exchange” is defined in Chapter XB of the Securities and Exchange Board of India (Issue Of Capital And Disclosure Requirements) Regulations as a trading platform of a recognized stock exchange or a dedicated exchange permitted by SEBI to list the securities issued in accordance with Chapter XA of SEBI (ICDR) Regulations and this excludes the Main Board (which is in turn is defined as a recognized stock exchange having nationwide trading terminals, other than SME exchange).
To be listed on the SME Exchange, the post-issue paid up capital of the company should not exceed INR 25 Crore. This means that the SME Exchange is not limited to the Small and Medium Scale enterprises which are defined under “The Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises Development Act, 2006” as enterprises where the investment in plant and machinery does not exceed INR 10 Crore. As of now, to get listed on the Main Board of National Stock Exchange (NSE), the minimum paid up capital required is INR 10 Crore and that of Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) is INR 3 Crore. Hence, those companies with paid up capital between INR 10 Crore to INR 25 Crore has the option of migrating from SME Exchange to the Main Board or vice versa. The companies listed on the SME exchange are allowed to migrate to the Main Board as and when they meet the listing requirements of the Main Board and there shall be compulsory migration of SMEs from the SME exchange, in case their post issue paid up capital exceeds INR 25 Crore. click here to register your business 
BSE, as an Exchange, is the first-one to seize the initiative followed by NSE, both of them have come up with their SME Exchanges to leverage their respective trading platforms developed over the period.
1) Desired issue size :
 < 50 Lacks >= 50 Lacks
2) Post issue face value capital :
 < 1 Crore Between Rs 1 Crore to Rs 25 Crore > Rs 25 Crore
3) Net Tangible assets :
 < 1 Crore >= 1 Crore
4) Track record of distributable profits for at least 2 years out of preceding 3 completed financial years :
 Yes No
5) Existing Networth (excluding revaluation reserves) :
 < 1 Crore Between Rs 1 Crore to Rs 3 Crore > = Rs 3 Cr
6) Track record of at least 3 years for the Company :
 Yes No
7) Positive cash accruals (EBDT) from operations for at least 2 preceding financial years :
 Yes No
8) Positive net worth for at least 2 preceding financial years : click here to register your business 
 Yes No
Need for SME Exchange
Despite the benefits associated with public listing, the SMEs were not able to access the capital markets through extant Stock Exchanges due to several factors such as stringent regulatory, disclosure and financial requirements and the like. The creation of a separate stock exchange for SMEs has been on the policy makers’ agenda for quite some time, and finally in March, 2012, SME Exchange was launched. A dedicated stock exchange for SMEs would allow them accessing capital markets easily, quickly and at lesser costs.
The need of a dedicated SME Exchange can be attributed to several factors including the following  click here to register your business
A dedicated SME exchange will provide SMEs with equity financing opportunities to grow their business – from expansion to acquisitions Listing the company would facilitate expansion of the investors base, which in turn help company get secondary market for equity financing, including private placement. With the availability of equity financing options, the debt burden can be set lower resulting in a healthier balance sheet and lowered financing cost Company’s visibility will improve with the coverage from analysts and media that can add to the credence and image of the SME leading to benchmarking its fair value The listing would result in an increased participation by venture capital players as they would have a ready, transparent and tax-efficient exit route.Listing would add value to the companies who wish to make use of ESOPs and other stock base compensation plans as a tool to reward and retain their employees. It is expected to encourage innovation and entrepreneurial spirit, much required from the perspective of Indian national economy.Capital Market allows distribution of risk efficiently by transferring risk to those who are best able to bear it. SME sector will grow better on two pillars of Financial system, i.e., Banking for debt capital and Capital Market for equity capital.
Benefits of SME Listing
SEBI Norms for Listing
In order to lay down the policy for issue, listing and trading of securities to be issued by SMEs, necessary amendments have been made in the SEBI ICDR Regulations and consequent amendments have been made into various other regulations viz. :
SEBI (Merchant Bankers) Regulations 1992 SEBI (Foreign Institutional Investors) Regulations, 1995 SEBI (Venture Capital Funds) Regulations, 1996 SEBI (Substantial Acquisition of Shares and Takeovers) Regulations and SEBI (Stock Brokers and Sub-Brokers) Regulations, 1992
SEBI has, from time to time, issued the circulars and guidelines for setting up of the exchange for SMEs. SEBI vide “ICDR Third Amendment Regulations” 2010 dated 13th April, 2010, inserted a new Chapter XB under the head “Issue of Specified Securities by Small and Medium Enterprises”. A further circular was also issued on 18th May, 2010 after taking into account the suggestions from market participants for the SME platform. The necessary provisions for listing of specified securities under the SME Platform vide the above regulations and circulars are enumerated in brief:
The post issue face value capital should not exceed INR Twenty Five Crores (INR 25 Crore).The minimum application and trading lot size shall not be less than INR 1,00,000/- The existing members of stock exchanges (stock brokers) would be eligible to participate in SME Platform.The issues shall be 100% underwritten and merchant bankers shall underwrite 15% in their own account.
Besides, SEBI has compulsorily mandated market making for all scrips listed and traded on SME Platform. The obligations of market making are as follows:
The merchant bankers to the issue will undertake market making through a stock broker who is registered as market maker with the SME Platform.The merchant bankers shall be responsible for market making for a minimum period of 3 years.The market makers are required to provide two way quotes for 75% of the time in a day. The same shall be monitored by the exchange. There will not be more than 5 market makers for a scrip. Market makers will compete with other market makers for better price discovery. The exchange shall prescribe the minimum spread between the bid and ask price. During the compulsory market making period, the promoter holding shall not be eligible for the offering to market makers. Market Maker shall be allowed to de-register by giving one month notice to the exchange. Trading system may be either order driven or quote driven.
The application and trading lot size is being kept at INR 1,00,000/- so as to curtail the exposure of retail investors. It has also been stated that the minimum depth shall be of one lakh rupees and at any point of time it cannot go below that amount. The investors holding with value less than INR 1,00,000/- shall be allowed to offer their holding to the market maker in one lot. However, in functionality the market lot will be subject to revival after a stipulated time.
Further, the provisions of SEBI ICDR Regulations apply to SME IPO as well, unless any particular provision is specifically exempted.
Key Benefits
 Funding Convenience
• Access to capital and financing opportunities :
Going public provides SMEs with equity financing opportunities to grow their business from operations to expansion to inorganic acquisitions. Access to equity financing lowers the debt burden leading to lower financing costs and healthier balance sheets. The continuing requirement for adhering to stock market rules for the issuers lowers the ongoing information and monitoring costs for the banks.
• M&A currency :
Listed shares act as a currency, esp. for inorganic business acquisition transactions. Listed shares can be utilized as an acquisition currency, as an alternative to cash consideration, to acquire existing businesses / assets. Using shares as a currency can be a tax efficient and cost effective vehicle to finance an acquisition transaction.
• Premium Valuation :
Valuation of a company is determined by various factors, one of which is class of company – listed or closely-held. The value discounting by investors of an unlisted entity can be avoided, if the shares are listed on a nation-wide exchange platform including SME Exchange.
• Efficient Risk Distribution for Investors :
It is expected that the development of capital markets helps distribute risk efficiently by transfer of risk to those best able to bear it. Capital is a precious resource. When one can afford, he can invest it; when one needs it back, he can exit. This in-built mechanism of risk-transfer, in turn, lends to sustainability to market forces. Thus capital markets for SMEs are also expected to ensure that capital flows to its best uses and even the riskier activities with higher payoffs could be funded.
• Entry & Exit Platforms for PE / Other Investors :
The presence of a market-driven transparent trading platform provides with a ready and easy entry and exit for strategic investors. Listing not only offers the investors flexibility for entry and exit, but also the confidence required for any such transaction.
 Tax Benefits
Income- tax Act offers immense benefits to companies if their shares are listed on recognized stock exchanges including SME Exchange. Tax benefits, often, turns out to be one of prominent factors for listing :
• No Long-term Capital Gains Tax
Transfer of unlisted shares attracts long term capital gains tax of 20% and short term capital gains of up to 30% (depending upon an assessee’s income slab and applicable tax rate). Whereas in case of listed shares, tax on long term capital gains is nil and short term capital gains is 15%, provided the transaction has been subjected to securities transaction tax (STT). This preferential tax treatment on transfer of listed shares is also available to shares listed on SME Exchange. Listing on SME Exchange is a valid tax-planning tool and could, thus, lead to enormous tax saving for SME entrepreneurs / investors.
 • No tax on fresh equity infusion in the company
Recently the Finance Act, 2012 imposed a tax liability on fresh issuance of equity shares by an unlisted company to investors other than “Registered Venture Fund”, if the issuance is made at a value more than the fair value. This could make SMEs subject to heavy tax outgo, since they often go for fund raising through equity issuance to investors. Such a tax liability, however, does not attract if the shares of the company are listed on recognize stock exchanges, including SME Exchange.
• No tax on distressed business purchase
Income-tax Act levies a tax inter alia on the buyer of shares of an unlisted company, if the transaction is conducted at a value less than its book value. Hence acquisition of distressed assets could attract heavy tax. Such a tax liability, however, does not attract if the shares of the company are listed on recognize stock exchanges, including SME Exchange.
• Efficient Risk Distribution for Investors :
It is expected that the development of capital markets helps distribute risk efficiently by transfer of risk to those best able to bear it. Capital is a precious resource. When one can afford, he can invest it; when one needs it back, he can exit. This in-built mechanism of risk-transfer, in turn, lends to sustainability to market forces. Thus capital markets for SMEs are also expected to ensure that capital flows to its best uses and even the riskier activities with higher payoffs could be funded.
• Entry & Exit Platforms for PE / Other Investors :
The presence of a market-driven transparent trading platform provides with a ready and easy entry and exit for strategic investors. Listing not only offers the investors flexibility for entry and exit, but also the confidence required for any such transaction.
 Other Benefits
• Visibility – Profile Building
Going for a public issue is most likely to enhance the company’s visibility. Greater public awareness gained through media coverage, and research coverage by sector investment analysts provide the SMEs with greater visibility and help brand building which otherwise may remain a dream especially for SMEs.
• Unlocking / Benchmarking Value
The fair value of an unlisted company may not be benchmarked appropriately, in absence of a market-driven mechanism. The companies listed on a stock exchange are traded and the market forces are expected to establish their fair value or near-fair value. This leads to unlocking or benchmarking of fair value of the SME businesses.
• Incentive Mechanism for Employees
The employees of an SME can participate in the ownership and benefit from being a shareholder. This can serve to ensure stronger employee commitment to the company’s performance and success. ESOPs and any other share-based compensation plan of listed company have an immediate and tangible value to employees. This, in turn, serves as a talent retention tool.
• Benefit for Companies in Supply Chain
The companies in supply chain in the forward or backward integration may take strategic stake as part of growth & expansion. Also, companies in the same business line planning to expand the operations may take a stake in listed SMEs.
• Governance – Internal Systems
Though the requirements for a company listed on SME Exchange are not as stringent as that for Main Board listed companies, nevertheless SME listing ensures that the company has drawn up the internal control systems and set up minimum required framework of corporate governance. This, in turn, lends sustainability to the business.

Eligibility Criteria
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Besides, SEBI norms, the stock exchanges have also prescribed eligibility criteria for listing on their respective SME Exchange:
Eligibility Criteria for BSE SME
BSE SME Exchange stipulates the following eligibility criteria for an applicant desired of getting listed on BSE SME Exchange :
Net Tangible assets of at least INR 1 crore as per the latest audited financial results. Net-worth (excluding revaluation reserves) of at least INR 1 crore as per the latest audited financial results. Track record of distributable profits (excluding extra-ordinary income) in terms of section 205 of Companies Act, 1956 for at least two years out of immediately preceding three financial years, with each financial year being a period of at least 12 months. Otherwise, the net-worth shall be at least INR 3 Crore. Other Requirements
• The post-issue paid up capital of the company shall be at least INR 1 crore.
• The company shall mandatorily facilitate trading in DEMAT securities and enter into an agreement with both the depositories.
• The company shall mandatorily have a website.
• Certificate from the applicant company / promoting companies stating the following : – The Company has not been referred to the Board for Industrial and Financial Reconstruction (BIFR), although the Companies which are out of BIFR are allowed. – There is no winding up petition against the company that has been accepted by a court.
In addition to the above requirements, a visit to the company’s site will be undertaken by the Exchange before granting of approval to use the name of the exchange in the offer document. It shall also be desirable for the Company to file a compliance certificate by a Practicing Company Secretary as per the guidance note issued by the Institute of Company Secretaries of India as an additional eligibility criteria issued by BSE through its circular dated 26-11-2012. Promoters will mandatorily be required to attend an interview with the Listing Advisory Committee. Migration from BSE SME Exchange to the main Board of BSE:
Eligibility Criteria for NSE Emerge
NSE Emerge stipulates the following eligibility criteria for an applicant desired of getting listed on NSE Emerge platform :
The post issue paid up capital of the company (face value) shall not be more than INR 25 crore.. The company should have track record of at least 3 years. The company should have positive cash accruals (earnings before depreciation and tax) from operations for at least 2 financial years preceding the application and its net-worth should be positive.The applicant Company has not been referred to Board for Industrial and Financial Reconstruction (BIFR). No petition for winding up is admitted by a Court of competent jurisdiction against the applicant Company. No material regulatory or disciplinary action by a stock exchange or regulatory authority in the past three years against the applicant company. The following matters should be disclosed in the offer document:
• Any material regulatory or disciplinary action by a stock exchange or regulatory authority in the past one year in respect of promoters/promoting company(ies), group companies, companies promoted by the promoters/promoting company(ies) of the applicant company.
• Defaults in respect of payment of interest and/or principal to the debenture/bond/fixed deposit holders, banks, FIs by the applicant, promoters/promoting company(ies), group companies, companies promoted by the promoters/promoting company(ies) during the past three years. An auditor’s certificate shall also be provided by the issuer to the exchange, in this regard.
• The applicant, promoters/promoting company(ies), group companies, companies promoted by the promoters/promoting company(ies) litigation record, the nature of litigation and status of litigation.
• In respect of the track record of the directors, the status of criminal cases filed or nature of the investigation being undertaken with regard to alleged commission of any offence by any of its directors and its effect on the business of the company, where all or any of the directors of issuer have or has been charge-sheeted with serious crimes like murder, rape, forgery, economic offences etc.
Parameters Main Board SME Exchange
Post – issue paid up capital (Face value) Not less than INR 10 crore Any amount less than INR 25 crores
Minimum number of allotees 1000 50
IPO Application Size INR 10,000 – INR 15,000 Minimum of INR  1,00,000
Observation on DRHP By SEBI By Exchange
IPO Grading Mandatory Non Mandatory
Track record Three years of track record of profitability Relaxed norms of Track record
IPO Underwriting Mandatory (however, not required where 50% of the issue offered for subscription to QIB’s) Mandatory (100% underwritten, out of which 15% compulsorily by Merchant Banker)
Time Frame for Listing 6-8 months 2-3 months
Reporting Requirements Quarterly Half Yearly
Global Comparison of SME Exchanges
Country UK Japan Singapore China
SME Exchange AIM MOTHERS CataList Chinext
Date of Induction 1995 1999 2007 2009
No. of Companies 2494 178 134 356
Market Capitalization GBP 60622 million N/A N/A RMB 2.7 trillion(Dec 2011)
Average Monthly Turnover GBP 3410.7 million 2000 million Yen N/A 16,830 million Yuan
Relative Main Board London Stock Exchange NIKKEI SGX Shanghai Stock Exchange

Leading MSME Directory in India

Leading MSME Directory in India

Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) are the backbone of a nation’s economy. Like any other major economy, India too enjoys its fair share of SMEs which constitute bulk of the industrial base, also contributing significantly to the exports and
.
SME segment has been a key engine of growth, employment, wealth distribution and effective mobilization of resources (both capital and skills) in India. Statistically, SME segment contributes to 45% of the manufactured output, 40% of exports, and is among the largest generator of employment in the Indian economy. Today, Indian SMEs operate in sectors ranging from traditional to the most modern industries competing with the bests-of-the-world. SMEs in new economy sectors like IT, ITES, retailing, education, entertainment, media and the like represent the new and modern face of India. SMEs take a prominent role in social sectors as well and are known for bringing innovative business models.
With the advent of planned economy in 1951, special role was earmarked for SMEs, which was given a fillip by the subsequent progressive industrial policies. The Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprises Development (MSMED) Act, 2006 provided for facilitating the promotion and development and enhancing the competitiveness of MSMEs (commonly referred to as SMEs) and for the related matters. A big leap for SMEs was witnessed in 2010, with “The Prime Minister’s Task Force” recommending setting up of dedicated stock exchange/ platform for SMEs. SEBI, through its circular dated May 18, 2010, laid down framework for setting up a stock exchange/ trading platform dedicated to SMEs.
SME Exchange
An SME Exchange is a stock exchange dedicated for trading the shares / securities of SMEs who otherwise find it difficult to get listed on the Main Board. The concept originated from the difficulties faced by SMEs in gaining visibility and attracting sufficient trading volumes when listed along with other stocks on the Main Board of stock exchanges. World over, dedicated SME trading platforms or exchanges are prevalent, which are known by different names such as ‘Alternate Investment markets’ or ‘growth enterprises market’, ‘SME Board’ etc. Some of the known markets for SMEs are AIM (Alternate Investment Market) in UK, TSX Ventures in Canada, GEM (Growth Enterprise Market) in Hong Kong, MOTHERS (Market of the high-growth and emerging stocks) in Japan, Catalist in Singapore and the latest initiative in China – Chinext. As a matter of fact, NASDAQ also started as an SME exchange.
In India, “SME Exchange” is defined in Chapter XB of the Securities and Exchange Board of India (Issue Of Capital And Disclosure Requirements) Regulations as a trading platform of a recognized stock exchange or a dedicated exchange permitted by SEBI to list the securities issued in accordance with Chapter XA of SEBI (ICDR) Regulations and this excludes the Main Board (which is in turn is defined as a recognized stock exchange having nationwide trading terminals, other than SME exchange).
To be listed on the SME Exchange, the post-issue paid up capital of the company should not exceed INR 25 Crore. This means that the SME Exchange is not limited to the Small and Medium Scale enterprises which are defined under “The Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises Development Act, 2006” as enterprises where the investment in plant and machinery does not exceed INR 10 Crore. As of now, to get listed on the Main Board of National Stock Exchange (NSE), the minimum paid up capital required is INR 10 Crore and that of Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) is INR 3 Crore. Hence, those companies with paid up capital between INR 10 Crore to INR 25 Crore has the option of migrating from SME Exchange to the Main Board or vice versa. The companies listed on the SME exchange are allowed to migrate to the Main Board as and when they meet the listing requirements of the Main Board and there shall be compulsory migration of SMEs from the SME exchange, in case their post issue paid up capital exceeds INR 25 Crore.
BSE, as an Exchange, is the first-one to seize the initiative followed by NSE, both of them have come up with their SME Exchanges to leverage their respective trading platforms developed over the period.

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What happens in an internet second: 54,907 Google searches, 7,252 tweets, 125,406 YouTube video views and 2,501,018 emails sent

About 46.1% of the world is online, which is about 3.4 billion peopleEvery second 729 photos to Instagram and 2,177 calls made via Skype
20,000 people on Facebook and five more open an account in one secondIn 1998, Google was only serving 10,000 search queries each day.
The internet is a hectic place and at any given moment millions of people are searching, tweeting and emailing all at once.
Internet Live Stats created a live map that shows exactly how much activity is happening around the globe –down to the second.
Every second more than 54,000 Google searchers are conducted, 7,000 some Tweets are shared and more than 2 million emails are sent -67 percent of which are deemed spam.
 
Internet Live Stats has created a live map that shows exactly how much activity is happening throughout the globe ¿down to the second. Every second more than 54,000 Google searchers are conducted, 7,000 some Tweets are shared and more than 2 million emails are sent –67 percent of them are deemed spam +6
Internet Live Stats has created a live map that shows exactly how much activity is happening throughout the globe –down to the second. Every second more than 54,000 Google searchers are conducted, 7,000 some Tweets are shared and more than 2 million emails are sent –67 percent of them are deemed spam
And at any given second there are 20,00 people on Facebook and during this time five more people open an account.
On Reddit, Alexa revealed that every second 286 votes are cast and 23 comments posted.
Google will received more than 3 billion searches, which averages to the 54,000 queries a second – that is over 90 billion each month and about 1.2 trillion a year worldwide.
Netflix reports it has 81 million users across the globe that binge some 1,450 hours of TV shows and moves each second.
And about 41 percent of its members pull something up to watch on the platform every day.
Although one second doesn’t seem like much in the real world, it means quite a lot on the internet.
About 46.1 percent of the world is online, which is about 3.4 billion people – although there are still 4 billion people without access to the internet.
But compare this number to about five years ago, when there was just 31.8 percent surfing the web in the world, and we can image how much the worldwide web is growing.
About 6,000 to 7,000 tweets are shared every second which equals to more than 350,000 every minute, 500 million per day and around 200 billion tweets every year.
The first tweet hit the internet on March 21, 2006 and it wasn’t until 2009 did the firm reach its billionth tweet.
Now it takes less than two days for one billion tweets to be sent.
On any given day, Google will received more than 3 billion searches, which averages to the 54,000 queries a second – that is over 90 billion each month and about 1.2 trillion a year worldwide.
When the search giant first debuted in 1998, it was only serving 10,000 search queries each day.
Flash-forward to 2006 and that was the amount it served in one second.

last Final Budget Of Mr Chidambaram Vs Mr.Arun Jaitley’s 2018

last Final Budget Of Mr Chidambaram Vs Mr.Arun Jaitley’s 2018

Fiscal Situation
* Fiscal deficit is 3.5% of GDP at Rs 5.95 lakh crore in 2017-18. Projecting fiscal deficit to be 3.3% of GDP in the next fiscal

* GST revenue will be received only for 11 months, that will have an effect on balance sheets

* Rs 21.57 lakh crores transferred as net GST to states as against projection of Rs 21.47 lakh crores

Tax
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* 85.51 lakh new tax payers filed income tax returns in FY17

* NO PERSONAL INCOME TAX CHANGES PROPOSED IN BUDGET

* Growth in direct taxes (till Jan 15) is 18.7 %

* 100% tax deduction is allowed to co-operative societies

* Corporate Tax of 25% extended to companies with turnover up to Rs 250 cr in financial year 2016-17

* Incentives for Senior citizens: Exemptions in income of Rs 10,000 from Banks FD and post offices

* Senior citizens to get Rs 50,000 per annum exemption for medical insurance under Sec 80D

* Rs 7.5 lakh per senior citizen limit for investment in interest-bearing LIC schemes doubled to Rs 15 lakh

* Standard deduction of Rs 40,000 allowed for transport, medical reimbursement for salaried tax payers

* Govt to reduce hardships faced in realty deals; no adjustment to be made in case circle rate does not exceed 5 pc of sale consideration

* Rs 8,000 crore revenue lost due to standard deduction allowed to salaried employees

* Rs 7,000 cr revenue forgone on account of lower corporate tax for Rs 250 cr turnover cos

* Rs 19,000 cr revenue loss on direct tax in last fiscal

* LONG TERM CAPITAL GAINS EXCEEDING RS 1 L AKH WILL BE TAXED AT 10% WITHOUT INDEXING

* Short term capital tax remains at 15%

* A tax on distributed income at 10%

* Education cess increased to 4 pc from 3 pc to collect additional Rs 11,000 cr

Imports and Exports
* Customs Duty on certain products, such as mobile phones and televisions has been increased, to provide a fillip to ‘Make in India’

* Social welfare surcharge of 10% on imported goods.

* Central Board of Excise and Customs renamed as Central Board of Indirect Taxes and Customs

Agriculture

* The government’s emphasis will be on generating higher incomes for farmers, by helping them produce more with lesser cost, and in turn, earn higher income for their produce.

* Jaitley stressed on the fact that India’s agricultural production is at a record high level today. 275 million tonne foodgrains and 300 million tonne fruits and vegetable have been produced in the country.

* The FM said the government wants farmers to earn 1.5 times the production cost, and the Minimum Selling Price (MSP) for the Kharif Crops has been set at 1.5 times the produce price. Jaitley said the Centre will work with states to ensure that all farmer get a fair price.

* Agricultural market and infra fund of Rs 2000 crore fund will be set up to strengthen the market connectivity.

* A sum of Rs 500 cr will be allocated for Operation Green to be launched. It will promote agricultural products.

* Extend the facility of Kisan credit card to fisheries and for animal husbandry

* Rs 10,000 crore set aside for Fisheries and Aquaculture Development Fund

* Rs 10,000 crore set aside for animal husbandry infra fund

* Propose to launch a restructured bamboo mission with a fund of Rs 1200 crore . “Bamboo is green gold,” Jaitley said.

* Agricultural credit target increased from Rs 8.5 lakh crore to Rs 11 lakh core

* Special scheme to manage crop reduce in Haryana, Punjab and Delhi to reduce pollution

Rural Economy
* 8 crore poor women will get new LPG connections.

* PM Saubhagya Yojana: 4 crore poor people will get power connection.

* The government will spend Rs 16,000 crore on this scheme.

* Govt plans to construct 2 crore toilets in next fiscal year under Swach Bharat Mission

* Government target house for all by 2022. 51 lakh houses have been constructed affordable houses in rural and further 50 lakh houses in urban areas.

* 1 cr houses to be built under Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana in rural areas

* National livelihood scheme gets Rs 5,750 crore .

* In 2018-19, ministries will be able to spend Rs 14.34 lakh crores for creation of livelihood in rural areas.

* Govt gives Rs 9,975 crore for social security schemes for the next fiscal year.

Education
* Govt to increase digital intensity in education. Technology to be the biggest driver in improving quality of education: FM Jaitley

* Rs. 1 lakh crore allocated to revitalisation and upgradation of education sector. Promoting learning based outcomes and research.

* By 2022, every block with more than 50 per cent ST population will have Ekalvya schools at par with Navodaya Vidyalayas

* Aims to move from black board to digital board schools by 2022.

* PM reasearch fellows: Govt will identify 1000 Btech students each years and provide them to do PHDs in IIT and IISc, while also teaching undergraduate students once a week at that time.

Health
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* Aayushman Bharat programme: 1.5 lakh centres will be set up to provide health facilities closer to home. Rs 1,200 crore to be allocated for this programme

* Flagship National Healthcare protection scheme, with approximately 50 crore beneficiaries. Up to Rs 5 lakh per family per year for secondary and tertiary care hospitalisation. World’s largest government-funded healthcare programme.

* Universal health coverage will be expanded after seeing the performance of the scheme

* Rs 600 crore allocated for tuberculosis patients, at the rate Rs 500 per month during the course of their treatment.

* Jaitley announces setting up of one medical college for every three parliamentary constituencies, with 24 New government medical colleges also being envisioned. Government also will work on upgrading hospitals to medical colleges

Social Security
* PM Jivan Bhma Yojana has benefited 5.22 crore families

* Govt will expand PM Jan Dhan Yojana: Al 16 crore accounts will be included under micro insurance and pension schemes

* 1.26 cr accounts opened under Sukanya Samriddhi Scheme

* Social inclusion schemes for Scheduled Castes – Rs 52,719 crore

* Social inclusion schemes for Scheduled Tribes Rs 39,139 crore

MSME
* Rs 3,794 crore allocated to the MSME sector in the form of capital support and interest subsidy By 2022, every block with more than 50 per cent ST population will have Ekalvya schools at par with Navodaya Vidyalayas

* Rs 3 lakh crore target has been set for the Mudra Yojana

* Rs 4.6 lakh cr sanctioned under MUDRA Scheme

Petroleum/ Diesel Sector
* Excise on unbranded diesel cut by 2 rupees to 6.33 rupee/ltr

* Excise on unbranded petrol cut by 2 rupees to 4.48 rupee/ltr

Employee-centric schemes
* Govt will contribute 12% of the wages of new employees in EPF in all sectors for next 3 years

* Women contribution to EPF reduced to 8% for first 3 years

Infrastructure
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* India needs investment of Rs 50 lakh crore in the infrastructure sector

* Construction of new tunnel in Sera Pass to promote tourism

* Out of 100 smart cities 99 cities have been selected, with an outlay of Rs 2.04 lakh crore

* 10 prominent tourist sites will be made iconic tourist destinations, with an amalgamation of private funding, marketing and branding

* Bharatmala project: To develop 35,000 KM under phase 1 with an outlay of Rs 5.35 lakh crore

* Govt to introduce pay-as-you-use system for toll payments

Railways
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* Railway capex has been pegged at Rs 1.48 lakh crore , up from Rs 1.31 lakh crore last year

* Eliminate unmanned railway crossing

* All stations with footfall of greater than 25,000 will have escalators.

* More stations and trains will progressively be built with WiFi and CCTV camera

* Govt to eliminate 4267 unmanned rail crossing in broad gauge in 2 years

* Allocates Rs 11,000 crore Mumbai rail network and Rs 17,000 crore for the Bengaluru metro

* 150 km of additional suburban railway networks to be set up in Bengaluru at the cost of Rs 17,000 cr.

Aviation
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* Airport Authority of India (AAI) has 124 airports. Propose to increase the number by at least 5 times 1 billion trips a year, Rs 60 cr has been allocated to kickstart the initiative

* UDAN Scheme to connect 64 unconnected airports across the country

Markets
* Govt to take additional measures to strengthen environment for venture capitalists and angel investors.

* SEBI to consider mandating large corporations to meet 1/4th of their debt needs

* SEBI to mull asking large cos to meet 25% debt from bond market

* RBI norms to nudge companies to access bond market for funds

Technology
* Allocation to Digital India scheme doubled to Rs 3073 cr

* 5 lakh WiFi HotSpots to provide Broadband access to 5 crore rural citizens, at the cost of Rs 10,000 cr.

* Government will take measures to stop cryptocurrency circulation, as it is not considered legal tender

* Government will explore the usage of Blockchain technology.

Companies
* AADHAAR FOR CORPORATES? Govt will evolve a scheme to assign a Unique ID for cos

* Disinvestment target of Rs 80,000 crore for FY19

* National Insurance Co, Oriental Insurance Co and United Assurance Co to be merged into one entity and subsequently listed

* Govt revises divestment target for the current fiscal to Rs 1 lakh crore for FY 18.

Banking
* Recapitalisation will pave the way for public banks to lend an additional Rs 5 lakh crore

Industries
* Rs 7,148 cr allocated for textile sector

Miscellaneous
* Emoluments for President set at Rs 5 lakh, Rs 4 lakh for Vice President, Rs 3.5 lakh for governors

* Emoluments for Parliamentrians: Law for increase in pay based on index to inflation

* Govt earmarks Rs 150 cr to commemorate 150 years of birth of Mahatma Gandhi

Vs 2014 Mr.Chidambaram Budget
Highlight55:No change in income tax rates.#

Highlight54:Populism is not our way of governance.#

Highlight53:Growth for next year should be 5 per cent.#

Highlight52:6 pc excise duty for all mobile phones.#

Highlight51:Soaps, TV, fridge to be cheaper now.#

Highlight50:Excise duty on SUVs reduced to 24%, on large cars to 20%.#

Highlight49:FM reduces excise duty on capital goods from 12% to 10%.#

Highlight48:Cars to be cheaper as FM proposes to reduce excise duty on automobiles. Excise duty on small cars, motorcycles reduced from 12% to 8%.#

Highlight47:Disappointed that we have not been able to introduce DTC.#

Highlight46:Focus on building up manufacturing capacity.#

Highlight45:Community radio to be promoted with Rs 100 crore.#

Highlight44:All taxes on exports to be waived for manufacturing sector.#

Highlight43:Rs 65,000 crore for fuel subsidies.#

Highlight42:Three more industrial corridors announced.#

Highlight41:Govt is dedicated to keeping Indian economy in robust health.#

Highlight40:CAD can only be addressed by foreign investment.#

Highlight39:Budgetary support to railways raised to 29,000 cr.#

Highlight38:Propose a moratorium period for some education loans.#

Highlight37:PSU banks got more than 25 lakh student loan accounts in 2013.#

Highlight36:Proposes Rs 11,200 crore for capital infusion in PSBs.#

Highlight35:Govt approves one rank one pay for retired jawans.#

Highlight34:Defence allocation for FY15 increased by 10 per cent.#

Highlight33:Plan expenditure at Rs 5 lakh 55,322 crore in 2014-15.#

Highlight32:Non-plan expenditure in 2014-15 estimated to be over Rs 10 lakh crore.#

Highlight31:Budgetary support to railways at Rs 29,000 crore in 2014-15.#

Highlight30:Over Rs 45000 cr allocated for scheduled caste sub-plan.#

Highlight29:Seven new airports under construction.#

Highlight28:Those at the bottom of the pyramid need Aadhar.#

Highlight27:Govt remains fully committed to Aadhar.#

Highlight26:50,000 MW of thermal power under construction.#

Highlight25:UPA’s growth story unparalleled.#

Highlight24:P Chidambaram promises 1 million jobs.#

Highlight23:FDI policy has been liberalised to attract larger investment.#

Highlight22:Foreign exchange reserves up by $15 billion.#

Highlight21:Reject the arguement of policy paralysis.#

Highlight20:Foodgrain production estimated at 263 million tons in 2013-14.#

Highlight19:Agriculture credit will cross $45 billion against $41 billion in 2012-13.#

Highlight18:296 projects worth Rs 6,60,000 crore cleared by Cabinet Committee on Investment by end January 2014.#

Highlight17:Growth needs to be more inclusive.#

Highlight16:Growth in Q3 and Q4 FY14 will be at least 5.2 per cent.#

Highlight15:Among emerging economies, rupee affected least.#

Highlight14:Two projects sanctioned under Nirbhaya Fund; original Rs 1,000 crore made non-lapsable; another Rs 1,000 crore granted.#

Highlight13:Agriculture GDP growth expected at 4.6 per cent in current year.#

Highlight12:National manufacturing policy is set to revive manufacturing in 2014.#

Highlight11:Construction underway for 50,000MW of conventional power.#

Highlight10:Over 29,000 MW of power capacity added during fiscal.#

Highlight9:Exports estimated at $326 billion in current fiscal.#

Highlight8:Exports have recovered sharply.#

Highlight7:Too many obsatcles in implementing projects.#

Highlight6:Core inflation at 3 per cent. Food inflation remains a key worry.#

Highlight5:CAD will be contained $45 million.#

Highlight4:Fiscal defict to be contained at 4.6 per cent.#

Highlight3:Challenges we face common to emerging economies.#
Highlight2:India not unaffected by events in global economy.#

Highlight1:Cabinet approves Interim Budget for 2014-15.#

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1. Where will the traning take place?
As a part of Bespoke Pratictioner Led Training, Leading Industry practitioners, who bring their up to date experience would either deliver customised digital marketing trainings at Your Place (Bespoke training delivered at your premises) or at Our Place (State of the art Education Centre)
2. What will be the duration of training programs?
We can design workshops as per the organizations needs. Currently our modules can be delivered in:
1 Day Training Program to 5 Days Training Program
3. What all Modules are covered in the training programs?
Though the modules would be customized based on your requirement but most of our corporate clients opt for following modules:
Module 1: Pay Per Click Advertising
Module 2: Search Engine Optimization
Module 3: Social Media Marketing
Module 4: Online Reputation Management
Module 5: Google Analytics Framework
4. What should a company expect from the training program?
Expect:
5. What is the training methodolgy adopted by DigitalTout Academy?
Our trainers shall customize the delivery methodology based on your teams understanding & your organizations requirement.
         Analysis: Audit present campaigns / account using tools.
         Workshop: Conduct activities to develop the required frameworks & strategy roadmaps for your team
         Training: Live, trainer-led classroom based training
         Consultancy: In-depth involvement in the business to form strategy.
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corporate Digital Marketing Training in Hyderabad

corporate Digital Marketing Training in Hyderabad

Technology has changed the way we work and live. The combined powers of digital, social, mobile, analytics and cloud technologies have empowered both consumers and companies to communicate like never before.
Today, modern multichannel customers have set the bar so high in terms of their expectations from brands, that competing- and winning- in today’s market requires exceeding expectations and delivering great customer experiences.
This is why we have designed on-demand Customized Corporate Training Solutions in Digital Marketing to provide intensive support for marketing teams, instantly upgrading their skill sets on digital.
COURSE OVERVIEW
Our custom trainings are suitable for teams of every scale of business. Whether you are a Startup, Medium or Large enterprise, we can custom-design a Program based on your unique requirements.
We have already trained some of the world’s most well known digital and traditional brands across Marketing, Sales, Social media, Web Analytics and Online CRM.
We have trained at all functional levels, from the beginner level executives to the CXO level strategy makers.
Here are ways in which we can grow your online marketing ROI:
Expert-led Corporate Digital Marketing Training
– You Contact us 730577703 letting us know what you need. Our Trainers are Certified inGoogle and they are also Certified in UGC Conducted SET Exams,click here to know about the Certificates
– We’ll set up a call for you with our expert instructors, to identify the most suitable modules and digital marketing strategies to cater to your unique requirement.
– Once you are confident about the most suitable training solution, we will schedule an expert-led digital marketing training at your place or our place, based on preference and availability.
– This way we develop your in-house capabilities by training your team on digital marketing.
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Module 6: Online Reputation Management (ORM)
Personal Online Branding for Management
How to deal with negative comments online
Daily Alerts & Actions for Management
Module 7: Web Analytics (Google Analytics Framework ) – Basic & Advanced Workshop
Google Analytics Setup.
Set-up Conversion Funnels
In-Depth understanding of web traffic
KPI for Web marketing teams
Analysis Framework for Management
Module 8: Social Media Marketing – Basic and Advanced Workshop
Facebook Page Management
Facebook Engagement Campaigns
Integrating SEO & Social Media Strategies
Remarketing on Social Media
You Tube SMO Strategy
Blog Management
Integrating Social Media Platforms
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Hire us as your Virtual CDO (Chief Digital Officer)
– For an ongoing, specialised digital consultancy support by our experts, you can choose to have us as your Virtual Chief Digital Officer (CDO).
– The collective knowledge of our Experts offered through this unique methodology gives you industry’s best brains as digital strategy makers in a cost-effective and flexible format.
– We take care of your digital strategy so that you can focus on your core business.
– This way we work alongside your team to achieve positive digital transformation working on tangible goals.
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MODULES & TOPICS COVERED
Digital Academy corporate training program is customized to fit the requirements of your organization, and be relevant cross departments. Our training programs have assisted individuals from various functions:
Digital Marketing Experts: Update their skill set & know about the latest updates
Conventional Marketers: Gain practical insight into online marketing.
Account Executives from Digital Agencies: Stay updated with the upcoming trends & enhance their digital marketing knowledge
Human Resources Teams: Effectiveness in recruiting Digital Marketing teams
C-Level Executives: To understand the implications of digital for their business.Our in-company training is frequently tailored to the specific requirements of a particular industry sector. We have worked across the board, including financial services, government and public sector, retail, media and publishing and travel industries, as well as PR, marketing and advertising agencies.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (FAQ)
1. Where will the traning take place?
As a part of Bespoke Pratictioner Led Training, Leading Industry practitioners, who bring their up to date experience would either deliver customised digital marketing trainings at Your Place (Bespoke training delivered at your premises) or at Our Place (State of the art Education Centre)
2. What will be the duration of training programs?
We can design workshops as per the organizations needs. Currently our modules can be delivered in:
1 Day Training Program to 5 Days Training Program
3. What all Modules are covered in the training programs?
Though the modules would be customized based on your requirement but most of our corporate clients opt for following modules:
Module 1: Pay Per Click Advertising
Module 2: Search Engine Optimization
Module 3: Social Media Marketing
Module 4: Online Reputation Management
Module 5: Google Analytics Framework
4. What should a company expect from the training program?
Expect:
– Frameworks for Analysis
– Critical Feedback
– Real time measurements – Boring Presentations
– Praises & Awards
– Hypothetical Situations
– Yawning
– Gut Feeling
– Excuses
5. What is the training methodolgy adopted by DigitalTout Academy?
Our trainers shall customize the delivery methodology based on your teams understanding & your organizations requirement.
         Analysis: Audit present campaigns / account using tools.
         Workshop: Conduct activities to develop the required frameworks & strategy roadmaps for your team
         Training: Live, trainer-led classroom based training
         Consultancy: In-depth involvement in the business to form strategy.
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