Friday, August 15, 2008

Abhinav bindra won a gold medal

When the news abhinav won a gold medal reached me some of thoughts that wavered in mind were
He is going to be a rich man
After long gap we got a gold medal
He is going to carry the flag in the next Olympic game.
We got one quiz or GK question on Indian sports.
He is going to have lot of party’s.
Her parents will be proud of him.
Indian Olympic committee has improving now see their growth
1996 200 Bronze
2004 Silver
2008 Gold
So the committee can boast about its growth.
Finally He is going to lose in the next Olympic Games like Rathore.

Friday, August 8, 2008


This world is a place which is for everyone, for living happily. That’s what the God wants. Even atheists say that this world is for living happily. This may be a number 1 mokkai topic. But this is not touched by even famous writers. We must be aware of lot of selfish gooses who come in our ways. We must not give room to them to dominate us. Even this act becomes selfishness. But this never affects anybody. I have met many people who never cars for us when they are happy and prosperous. The suddenly shows us unlimited love and affection for no reason but they need something from us. It may be money, things or even the peace and happiness which we have. This is the type of world where nobody let others to fly high. If this is a competitive race nothing wrong in it. But due to lack of maturity and greedy mind many wants others to go down of them rather than try and make themselves higher. This cheap quality is with everyone. From a layman, to a ruler. The world will not relinquish but its grace is being relinquishing by people in the face of the fox. This is not a criminal offense. But this is worse than that because this cannot punishable rather than words exchanged. These kinds of people are there in the world right from the day God created man. So, only God can save.

Monday, August 4, 2008

3G in India by the middle of 2009

3G is the third generation of mobile phone standards and technology, superseding 2G, and preceding 4G.3G technologies enable network operators to offer users a wider range of more advanced services while achieving greater network capacity through improved spectral efficiency. Services include wide-area wireless voice telephony, video calls, and broadband wireless data, all in a mobile environment. Additional features also include HSPA data transmission capabilities able to deliver speeds up to 14.4Mbit/s on the downlink and 5.8Mbit/s on the uplink.

These features are available in USA, UK and Japan. Now in India the Government issuing guidelines for 3G, high speed mobile downloads and live television on mobile finally becoming a reality by middle of 2009. But customers in Delhi or Mumbai may not have much to look forward to due to spectrum constraints; there are merely three Global System for Mobile (GSM) operators that can offer 3G services. With one slot already reserved for MTNL and the other two open for global bids, customers in Delhi and Mumbai may end up missing the 3G bus if they don’t switch operators.

But customers in Tamil Nadu, Karnataka and Kerala could have as many as 10 operators to choose from. Subject to the availability of 3G spectrum, we will have five operators to start with and gradually we may go up to having ten operators. In Mumbai and Delhi, however, they can only have 2-3 operators.

Even private GSM operators admit that limited spectrum will lead to overbidding and could render 3G services unaffordable. If there is a supply constraint and demand excess, obviously there will be overbidding, which could make 3G very expensive in Delhi and Mumbai.

But analysts say it is unlikely that the big GSM players like Airtel and Vodafone will not bid aggressively to ensure they get 3G spectrums, primarily because most customers with an appetite for 3G are locked in the two networks.