Monday, July 13, 2009
Situated on the NH 8 and 406 KM from the state capital Jaipur and 670 KM from the Delhi is well connected by Rail, Road and Air.
Places of Interests :
City Palacae, JAgdish Temple, Bhartiya Lok Kala Mandal Museum, Saheliyon ki Bari, Pratap Memorial, Fateh Sagar, Pichola Lake, Sajjangarh, Shilp Gram,
Some Picture Post Card from Udaipur :
(Images Via Wikipedia)
Saturday, July 11, 2009
Thursday, July 9, 2009
Wednesday, July 8, 2009
Board of Technical Education Rajasthan declared the result of Rajasthan Pre Engineering Test - 2009 (RPET-09)
RPET 2009 Result
RPET 2009 RESULT BY NAME
Around 30,000 students can get admission out of 61,267 candidates appeared in he Exam. Nitin Motiani from Ajmer topped the exam scoring 110 out of 120.
|Previous Notifications Regarding RPET :|
|# Out of Rajasthan candidates through AIEEE Rank|
|# Center and Roll number|
|# Registration and Deficiency Details|
|# Information booklet|
For more information one can contact :
|Board of Technical Education Rajasthan|
|W-6 RESIDENCY ROAD, JODHPUR, Rajasthan, India|
|Phone: 0291-2632446 (6 PM to 9 PM)|
Tuesday, July 7, 2009
But what this Beta is all about ?
Actually this is a stage in the development of any software which goes to various stages before official release. Google was often mocked about the fact that even after so many days it keeps the product in beta stage. But for all those nostalgic people out there it keep the google beta app which can show that tag of beta even though its not beta so enable that feature in apps.
Some definitions of Beta Software :
What is beta software?After an initial round of in-house testing, software publishers often release new programs to be tested by the public. These pre-release versions are called beta software, usually denoted by a "b" in the version number, e.g., Firefox 3.1b2. Since the publisher couldn't possibly test the software under all possible conditions, it is reasonable to expect that wider use of the software may uncover problems that were not discovered during in-house testing. The publisher expects to be notified when users find such problems so that the program can be fixed before its official release.
In general, you should expect to run into bugs whenever using any piece of beta software. These bugs may range in severity from minor features that don't work to problems that cause your computer to crash. You should decide whether the benefit of new features in a beta program outweighs the risk of program instability before choosing to use a piece of beta software.
What is Beta Software?When computer software is being developed it progresses through developmental stages and is given code names to define which stage the software is in.
A beta version or beta release software usually is the first version of a computer program that implements all features in the initial software requirements specification and is considered an intermediate stage. It can be unstable but useful. Generally considered a preview stage where testers (sometimes, the general public) are encouraged to use the beta software and provide feedback for the developers.
The provided feedback from beta testers allow the developers to fix bugs (errors) in the software and sometimes suggested minor features are implemented into the final version of the software.
Monday, July 6, 2009
You can download the highlights and whole budget document.
Indian Budget for the year 2009-10
Some highlights :
• Commodities Transaction Tax to be scrapped
• Fringe Benefit Tax to be scrapped
• Service tax to be levied on law firms
• 10 pc surcharge on personal income tax scrapped
• Excise duty on petrol-driven small trucks down to 10%
• Exemption of duty on goods made at construction sites restored
• Drugs for heart diseases to become cheaper
• Customs duty on gold and silver import increased
• Mobile phone accessories to become cheaper
• Branded jewellery for women to become cheaper
• Customs duty on bio-diesel reduced
• Tax holiday extended for textile units
• Small businesses exempt from advance tax
• Custom duty on LCD panels halved
• Set-top boxes to cost more
• Anonymous funds to charitable bodies to get some tax relief
• MAT hiked to 15% of book profit
• General Sales Tax model will have a Central GST and State GST
• Share of direct taxes has increased to 56 per cent in 2008-09
• Hike in IT exemption to Rs 2,40,000 for senior citizens
• Hike in IT exemption for women to Rs 1,90,000
• Hike in IT exemption for all to Rs 1,60,000
• Corporate tax unchanged
• New tax code to be set up in 45 days
• Goods and Services Tax to be introduced from April 1, 2010
• Total budget expenditure for 2009-10 will Rs 10,28,032 cr
• Plan expenditure, for both Centre and States, to go up by Rs 61,000 cr
• Fiscal deficit in 2009-10 is proposed at 6.8 per cent of GDP
• Higher public investment in infrastructure
• Defence outlay has gone up
• Rs 1,000 cr for Aila rehabilitation to West Bengal
• Rs 25 cr each for AMU campuses in Murshidabad and Mallapuram
• Rs 2,113 cr for IITs and NITs
• Funds for GSI to enhance exploration of minerals
• New pension benefits for 12 lakh jawans and JCOs
• Pension of non-commissioned officers to be hiked
• Allocation for rehab of Lankan Tamils
• One lakh dwelling units for paramilitary forces to be built
• Commonwealth allocation hiked to Rs 3472 crore
• Allocation of Rs 50 cr to Chandigarh University
• Govt to hike allocation to National Ganga Project to Rs 562 cr
• One rank, one pension for ex-servicemen from July 1
• Allowances to para-military forces at par with defence forces
• Unique Identification ID project to roll out in 12-18 months
• Unique Identification ID project to tap private talent
• Allocation for NRHM to be raised by Rs 257 cr
• National action plan on climate change
• Full interest subsidy for students in approved institutions
• Modernisation of national employment exchanges
• 50% of rural women in self-help groups
• Rural mega clusters in Bengal and Rajasthan
• Interest subsidy for home loans up to Rs 1 lakh
• Interest subsidy on education loans
• Rashtriya Mahila Kosh corpus to be raised to Rs 500 crore
• Rs 2,000 cr for rural housing fund under National Housing Bank
• National Mission for female literacy
• NREGA allocation up 144%
• Work on National Food Security scheme for subsidised food
• Rs 100 cr one-time grant to expand banks in unbanking areas
• Indira Awaas Yojna hiked by 63% to Rs 8,883 cr
• Allocation for PM Gram Sadak Yojna up by 59 per cent
• Rs 39,100 crore allocation for NREGA
• NREGA gave employment opportunities to more than 4.47 cr households
• Aam Aadmi is the focus of all UPA's schemes
• Govt to shift to nutrient based fertiliser subsidy regime
• Banking network to be expanded
• One banking centre in every bloc
• Banks, insurance to stay with Govt
• Raise threshold for non-promoter public listed companies
• Move towards energy security via Integrated Energy Act
• Saral-II forms to simplify taxation process
• An expert panel will look into petroleum product pricing
• Domestic oil prices must be in sync with global prices
• Fertiliser subsidy to go directly to farmers
• Export Credit Guarantee scheme extended till March 2010
• Incentives in interest rates to farmers to pay back
• Print media stimulus package extended by six months
• Target for agriculture credit raised to Rs 3,25,000 cr in 2009-10
• FIIs have returned to India in last few months
• Storm-water drainage project fund hiked to Rs 500 cr
• Blueprint for national gas grid
• Additional budget allocation to farmers
• Allocation of Rashtriya Krishi Vikas Yojna stepped up by 30%
• Total fiscal stimulus during '08-09 is Rs 1,86,000 cr
• Hike in allocation for Mumbai flood management
• Housing allocation hiked under Rajiv Awaas Yojana
• Fund allocation for urban poor accommodation is 3,973,000 cr
• JNNURM allocation hiked by 87 per cent
• NHAI allocation up by 23 per cent
• Hike infrastructure investment to over 9% of GDP by 2014
• New company IIFCL to look at infrastructure needs
• IIFCL will refinance 60% of commercial bank loans in PPP
• IIFCL will look at new projects
• IIFCL will also look at incremental lending by banks
• Govt took 3 stimulus packages to fight slowdown
• Trade in goods and services doubled in 2008
(with inputs from ibnlive)
Roger Federer def. Andy Roddick, 5–7, 7–6(6), 7–6(5), 3–6, 16–14
- It was Roger Federer's 3rd title of the year, and his 60th overall. It was his 15th career Grand Slam title, and his 6th Wimbledon title.
Serena Williams def. Venus Williams, 7–6(3), 6–2
- It was Serena Williams's 2nd title of the year, and her 34th overall. It was her 11th career Grand Slam title, and her 3rd Wimbledon title.
Daniel Nestor / Nenad Zimonjić def. Bob Bryan / Mike Bryan, 7–6(7), 6–7(3), 7–6(3), 6–3
Serena Williams / Venus Williams def. Samantha Stosur / Rennae Stubbs, 7–6(4), 6–4
Mark Knowles / Anna-Lena Grönefeld def. Leander Paes / Cara Black, 7-5, 6-3
Sunday, July 5, 2009
Thursday, July 2, 2009
Image by seaview99 via Flickr
List of the candidates who have been selected for appointment in bank's service as Probationary Officer/Agriculture Field Officer/Officer (Information Technology) in JMG Scale - I
Date of Joining : 20th July 2009
Tuesday, June 30, 2009
We've been working hard to make DOM access and manipulation faster in Firefox 3.5- over 2x faster than Firefox 3, in fact. We've removed overhead from our code, added new fast-access query and manipulation methods, and added support for new standards.
XHRFirefox 3.5 supports cross-site XMLHttpRequests, which means your Web applications can now access material from other servers (as long as the servers are configured to allow it), thus paving the way for new mashups and other online collaborations.
Downloadable FontsWeb developers and site designers can now get a more consistent look across all platforms by using downloadable TrueType and OpenType fonts in their designs instead of relying on the fonts installed on the user's local machine.
Location-aware BrowsingIn Firefox 3.5, users can share their location with requesting websites, allowing developers to customize their applications so they deliver more useful, more relevant output.
More ways to maintain your privacy while you're online:
Set your browsing mode to private and leave no trace of past Web history.
Delete where you've been on the Web after the fact—simple and easy.
Pick Your Privacy
Remove the history of your visits to a particular site but retain the rest of your browsing history.
Firefox asks you straight up about how to store your history and gives you fine-tuned privacy control over the Awesome Bar.
Tabs in Firefox keep getting better. Turn a tab into its own window instantly—tabs now tear off to stand alone when you want them to. Need a new tab? There's a convenient button for that, right in your tab bar.
We've raised the Awesome Bar even higher. Now get more privacy and customization when you choose to display or hide bookmark or history matches. New autocomplete keystrokes match keywords to your choice of bookmarks, history, titles and tags, or URL. And we've tightened up your keyword search experience all around.
Firefox's site identity button now displays the domain name for SSL, making it easier to notice when you're entering or exiting a secure connection and to determine who you're connected to.
More UE Goodness
Firefox has so many new features, some just defy categorization, like multi-touch gestures for OS X and Windows 7, which make overall navigation easier. And autocomplete is now part of how you bookmark, so tagging is easier and more intuitive. You can even edit tags for a bulk of bookmarks right in the library window. If things crash, Firefox automatically restores your experience. And now you can get recently closed windows back in a single click. Plus, we've given your browsing history an easier-to-use timeline so you can quickly find pages you've been to before.
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Monday, June 29, 2009
Last Date : 14th July 2009
Date of Entrance Exam : 26th July 2009
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Sunday, June 28, 2009
Friday, June 26, 2009
Date of Birth February 14, 1926
Place of Birth Madhi-Qanungo M.P. (India)
Died on 25th June 2009 in Delhi
Educational Qualification Graduate with Diploma in Labour Welfare
Credentials Participated in Quit India Movement, 1942
General Secretary, Rajasthan Students Congress (1945-1947)
Chairman, Municipal Board, Bhilwara (1956-57)
Member of Rajasthan Pradesh Congress Committee (1967-2009)
Member of All India Congress Committee (1972-2009)
Pramukh, Zila Parishad, Bhilwara (1960-64)
Member Third Lok Sabha (1964-1967)
Member, Rajasthan State Legislative Assembly (1967-72, 1972-77, 1980-85, 1985-90, 1990-91, 1998-2003, 2003-)
Chairman Public Undertakings Committee of the Rajasthan Legislative Assembly (1980-81)
Convenor, Rules Committee of Rajasthan Legislative Assembly (1985-87)
Chairman, Subordinate Legislation Committee of Rajasthan Legislative Assembly (1987-88)
Minister for Education, Power, PWD, Public Relations in the Rajasthan Cabinet (1967-72)
Minister for Food and Civil Supplies, Agriculture, Animal Husbandry, Dairy and Planning in the Rajasthan Cabinet (1973-77)
Chief Minister of Rajasthan (1981-85 and 1988-89)
Member, Tenth Lok Sabha (1991-96)
Chairman, Committee on Privileges, Lok Sabha, (1991-96)
Convenor of Sub-Committee on Energy, Lok Sabha (1994-96)
Member, Executive Committee, Commonwealth Parliamentary Association (1994-96)
Life Chairman, Social Policy Research Institute, Jaipur (1985)
Chairman, Estimates Committee, Rajasthan Legislative Assembly (1998-2003)
Chairman, Administrative Reforms Commission Rajasthan (1999-2003)
Member, Rules Committee of Rajasthan Legislative Assembly (2004)
Countries Visited West Germany, East Germany, Belgium, United Kingdom, France, Switzerland, USSR, Yugoslavia, Lebanon, United Arab Emirates, Egypt, Kuwait, United States of America, Canada, China, Malta, Bahamas and Sri Lanka
Residential Address A-87, Shyam Nagar, Ajmer Road, Jaipur-302019, Rajasthan, India;
43, Gandhi Nagar, Bhilwara (Rajasthan).
Marital Status Married on 1st January, 1946
Children Two daughters & a son
Date of assumption of Office as Governor of Assam 4th July 2008
Date of appointment as Governor of Assam 26th June 2008
Thursday, June 25, 2009
- Elected central spokesperson in 1987 when BJP constituted Uttaranchal Pradesh Sangharsh Samiti.
- Elected MLA in 1991 from Karnaprayag Constituency.
- Elected MLA in 1993 and 1996 from the same Constituency.
- Became a Cabinet Minister in the then undivided Uttar Pradesh Govt. in 1997 and was assigned the charge of the Ministry for Development of Uttaranchal.
- Became the Minister for Culture, Arts and Religion in the year 1998.
- After the formation of the then Uttaranchal (later renamed as Uttarakhand) State, was assigned with the charge of 12 different portfolios including Finance, Rural Development, Medical Education and Revenue amongst others.
- Elected from the Thailisan Constituency and was made the Minister of Health and Family Welfare and Ayush, and Minister for Science and Technology.
- Got increased the aid from the centre for the Development of Uttaranchal State from the existing amount of Rs. 175 crores to Rs. 675 crore. Correspondingly, got increased the budget allocation for this plan to an amount of Rs. 1160 Crores.
- Worked diligently for the formation of the State of Uttaranchal while being minister in the Govt. of Uttar Pradesh.
- Sorted out intricate and sensitive issues like inclusion of Hardwar and Udham Singh Nagar in the state of Uttaranchal with the aid of Political Skills, Knowledge and sound coordination skills.
- Brought a spur in the cultural activity chart while being the Minister for Culture, Arts and Religion.
- Made countless successful efforts to bring the Himalayan culture at the International Forum.
- Felicitated prominent National Personalities to add to the honour of the nation and the state.
- Added value to the hitherto considered unimportant portfolio of the Ministry of Culture, Arts and Religion with his innovative ideas and experiments.
- Brought to the fore in foreign nations, the Indian culture, by coordination with prominent foreign personalities.
- Finalized the structure of the Office of the Tax Commissioner.
- Commissioned 11 check posts at the State Border to curb and put an end to corruption and tax evasion.
- Implemented the recommendations of the Empowered Committee formed by the Central Government to implement the VAT System in the state in the interest of the citizens of the state.
- Prompt actions were taken in all sections coming under the Directorate, Treasury and Finance Department, during his regime as minister. In the process, the basic feeling of Social development in the state was kept in mind and the importance of Panchayati Raj System was stressed upon.
- Did not introduce any new tax and presented a burden-free budget despite financial constraints within the state.
- The Dearness Allowance was increased appropriately and the timely payment of the salaries of the government servants on a monthly basis was ensured.
- Uttaranchal became the first State in India to adopt the Collective Payment and Accounting System for payment of Salaries. This initiative greatly simplifies the process of the Salary Payment.
- Reduced the Central Sales Tax from 4% to 1% to encourage Small Scale Industries to operate from the state.
- Opened 364 Depots for necessary goods and articles all across the state and thereby increased revenue from 61.75 Crores to 128 Crores.
- Increased the Commercial Tax collection from Rs. 161.19 Crore during 1999-2001 to Rs. 233.24 Crore during 2002.
- Increased total tax collection from Rs. 575 crore to Rs. 1100 Crore.
- Doubled the exemption limit for duty on agricultural equipments in the interest of the farmers.
- Was given the charge of the Minister for Medical Health and Family Welfare and Ayush, as also the Minister for Science and Technology.
- Initiated several improvement measures in the Health Department as Health Minister.
- Have been successful in curbing corruption and instilling discipline in the Departments in a short span of time.
- Formulated several programmes and schemes for the upliftment and welfare of general public in the field of Medical Health and Ayush. Several such schemes are under consideration and on the verge of being finalized.
- Initiated several welfare measure schemes in the field of Science and Technology. Got the approval for building ‘Science City’ in the capital of the state.
- Decision to open Science Centre at all District Headquarters and at Block Level was taken.
- Initiated several measures to take the advancement in the field of Science and Technology and in the field of Agriculture to the people staying in Geographically Remote and hazardous Locations.
- Considering several schemes to uplift the standard of living and lifestyle of people staying on hilly areas, especially women, with the help of Science and Technology.