Monday, January 24, 2011

Interest rates could go up after monetary policy review

India' central bank, which will conduct a periodical monetary policy review on Tuesday, is largely expected to hike key interest rates to curb rising inflation.This time, with food inflation again on the higher side, the RBI will look to lend a helping hand to the government in a bid to bring down prices.

Loans for automobiles, homes too could go up as banks will look to pass on the interest burden to consumers. Leading bankers have forecasted a hike in lending rates in the short-term, taking into account a hike in key rates by the RBI.

On the otherside of the Coin my suggestion for those are trading in share market,this can been seen as an investing point of view....can start investing in banking sector as well as housing stocks such as LIC Housing Finance.


Sunday, August 15, 2010

15th August: Homage or a holiday?

India completes its 63 years of Independence on August 15, 2010. The country may admire its revolutionaries after watching a patriotic flick in a multiplex, but does it really hold to heart the freedom struggle and the day of our independence, or is it just another 'national holiday'? With rising corruption, honour killings, red-tapism, and increasing crime rates, a lot still needs to be done before we rest on our laurels. Do you think that rather than celebrating history, we should be concentrating on our present and future? Do we really feel empowered by our republic? Or is it just another holiday for us?

Wednesday, August 11, 2010

Mumbai oil spill



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Tuesday, August 10, 2010

How to Make Apple Cider Mixed Drinks

"The drink we are about to make is called an Apple Cider Slider. It's got a nice ring to it doesn't it, tastes great too. There we go let's put some ice in here. It's going to be a shot o'kay. We are going to make two shots for your friends that love the taste of apple cider It is going to have a nice kick to it though. Do one shot of Spiced Rum and let's do a half a shot of Apple Schnapps and also a half a shot of Cinnamon Schnapps. There we go and we are just going to do a splash of lemon lime soda. There we go and let's mix it up good here Be careful with the lemon lime soda there, it might get all over. In that case we did alright. Now let's get a couple of shot glasses ready and our strainer and we are going to serve up and you can smell that apple cinnamon, an Apple Cider Slider, two shots. Bottoms up."

54 days to go, is Delhi ready?

Incomplete stadiums, living quarters far from finished and debris strewn all over the city - Delhi looks far from being ready for the Commonwealth Games.


The Jawarharlal Nehru Stadium (JNS), which was inaugurated on July 27, was meant to be a symbol to showcase the Games. But it looks nothing more than a construction site despite its ` 961 crore makeover.



The Central Public Works Department (CPWD) began construction over two years ago. The deadline is September 1 after which the stadium will be locked down. But will it be ready by that date?


No one is allowed inside. But according to sources, the main lights and main announcement systems are in place at the stadium. The field and stadium seats are also ready. But underground cabling for electricity and water supply, water connections, painting and welding of the boundary are still not complete.




Clean-up deadline missed?

Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit had last Month set August 10 as the deadline for removing all construction and demolition waste from the city and ordered all civic agencies to strictly comply with the time-frame.


She had also reiterated that there would be no deviation in the deadline to halt digging work and to remove the malba. But with tonnes and tonnes of rubble still strewn around across the city, this does not seem possible.





Wednesday, July 14, 2010

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Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Thursday, April 15, 2010

Mongoose Bat..


 
 


What is Mongoose Bat?
 
THE MONGOOSE MMI3 CRICKET BAT is a cricket bat specifically designed for Twenty 20 cricket and is the first major redesign for over 200 years. The design is unusual in that the blade is 33% shorter than a conventional bat and the handle is 43% longer. The manufacturer claims that this provides 20% more power and 15% more bat speed and gives the batsman an advantage.
 
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This kind of a bat is especially useful and lighter than the traditional cricket bat. Its blade is 33 per cent shorter than a conventional bat and the handle is 43 per cent longer. The decreased length of the blade helps to reduce the bat's weight while the long handle allows optimum reach to the batsman. The lightness of the bat helps in increasing the bat speed and allows the batsmen to hit the ball harder while batting. The change in the length of the blade does not affect the performance of the batsman in any way since it is the middle of the bat(the part which is located on the backside of the thick scoop of the bat)that is required for hitting the ball.

On 11 March 2010, Mongoose launched its range in India with the announcement of MATTHEW HAYDEN as an ambassador.
 
 
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THE MONGOOSE MMI3 CRICKET BAT

is a cricket bat specifically designed for Twenty 20 cricket and is the first major redesign for over 200 years. The design is unusual in that the blade is 33% shorter than a conventional bat and the handle is 43% longer. The manufacturer claims that this provides 20% more power and 15% more bat speed and gives the batsman an advantage.

This kind of a bat is especially useful and lighter than the traditional cricket bat. Its blade is 33 per cent shorter than a conventional bat and the handle is 43 per cent longer. The decreased length of the blade helps to reduce the bat's weight while the long handle allows optimum reach to the batsman. The lightness of the bat helps in increasing the bat speed and allows the batsmen to hit the ball harder while batting. The change in the length of the blade does not affect the performance of the batsman in any way since it is the middle of the bat(the part which is located on the backside of the thick scoop of the bat)that is required for hitting the ball.

On 11 March 2010, Mongoose launched its range in India with the announcement of MATTHEW HAYDEN as an ambassador.

Hayden debuts the Mongoose Bat in Chennai Superkings match against the Delhi Daredevils on March 19th 2010.He scored 93 runs out of 43 balls ( 9 fours & 7 Sixes).
 

 

 

 

 

 







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