Thursday, September 30, 2010

The Ayodhya Case verdict website

The Ayodhya Case verdict will publish at the Allahabad High Court Website around 4 pm today, the court today denied the copy of judgment to the media. official website is down www.allahabadhighcourt.in/ but the mirror site is were the results are updated at 4pm is http://www.allahabadhighcourt.in.nyud.net/ayodhyabench.html
this is official site.

Sunday, February 21, 2010

Microsoft dynamics Navision Interview questions

The common Microsoft Dynamics Navision Questions.


1. what is the the difference betweet navision 4.0 to navision 2009
2. flow field
3. shift key thnology
4.sub index field
4. maximum number of keys for a table 40keys
5. How many one key maximum can have maximum 20 variaables
6. code excecution (code on table or form) and form
7. what is data for comapany in a table
8. Single code unite and multi code unit
9. what are dimensions
10. table trigers
11. form trigers
12. item table madatari fields
13. fields level trigers
14. autospitekey
15. what is worksheet form and tabular

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1. What is difference between find (-) and find first
2. Set filter and set range
3. Find set
4. Filter groups
5. Security filters
6. Record copy and assignment operator
7. Record transfer field

Wednesday, February 10, 2010

only for private people sex education forum

Dear All,

We started a new forum Dononsense (not just an other forum). which is only for sex education and adult jokes which are complete personal.

1. the forum deals with you sex related problems
2. a little bit adult jokes

if any one need help please fell free to join the forum which is free and enjoy your sexual life.

Tuesday, February 03, 2009

here i am sitting in my office @ night

Here i am sitting in my office @ night…
Thinking hard about life
How it changed from a maverick collage life to strict professional life…...


How tiny pocket money changed to huge monthly paychecks
but then why it gives lesss happiness….



How a few local denim jeans changed to new branded wardrobe
but then why there are less people to use them



How a single plate of samosa changed to a full Pizza or burger

But then why there is less hunger…..



Here i am sitting in my office @ night…
Thinking hard about life
How it changed…..



How a bike always in reserve changed to bike always on
but then why there are less places to go on……



How a small coffee shop changed to cafe coffee day
but then why its feels like shop is far away…..



How a limited prepaid card changed to postpaid package
but then why there are less calls & more messages……



Here i am sitting in my office @ night…
Thinking hard about life

How it changed…..

How a general class journey changed to Flight journey

But then why there are less vacations for enjoyment….



How a old assembled desktop changed to new branded laptop
but then why there is less time to put it on……….


How a small bunch of friends changed to office mate
But then why we always feel lonely n miss those college frnz.….


Here i am sitting in my office @ night…
Thinking hard about life
How it changed….. How it changed…….. 



 

Monday, January 05, 2009

Never underestimate your Clients' Complaint, no matter how crazy it might seem!

it is a true story which is forwarded by my boss to read and understand the meaning of it.


This is a real story that happened between the customer of General
Motors and
its Customer-Care Executive. Pls read on.....

A complaint was received by
the Pontiac Division of General Motors:

This is the second time I have
written to you, and I don't blame you
for not answering me, because I sounded
crazy, but it is a fact that
we have a tradition in our family of Ice-Cream
for dessert after
dinner each night, but the kind of ice cream varies so,
every night,
after we've eaten, the whole family votes on which kind of ice
cream
we should have and I drive down to the store to get it. It's also
a
fact that I recently purchased a new Pontiac and since then my trips
to
the store have created a problem.....

You see, every time I buy a vanilla
ice-cream, when I start back from
the store my car won't start. If I get any
other kind of ice cream,
the car starts just fine. I want you to know I'm
serious about this
question, no matter how silly it sounds "What is there
about a Pontiac
that makes it not start when I get vanilla ice cream, and
easy to
start whenever I get any other kind?" The Pontiac President
was
understandably sceptical about the letter, but sent an Engineer
to
check it out anyway.

The latter was surprised to be greeted by a
successful, obviously well
educated man in a fine neighborhood. He had
arranged to meet the man
just after dinner time, so the two hopped into the
car and drove to
the ice cream store. It was vanilla ice cream that night
and, sure
enough, after they came back to the car, it wouldn't
start.

The Engineer returned for three more nights. The first night, they
got
chocolate. The car started. The second night, he got strawberry.
The
car started. The third night he ordered vanilla. The car failed
to
start.

Now the engineer, being a logical man, refused to believe
that this
man's car was allergic to vanilla ice cream. He arranged,
therefore,
to continue his visits for as long as it took to solve the
problem.
And toward this end he began to take notes: He jotted down all
sorts
of data: time of day, type of gas uses, time to drive back and
forth
etc.

In a short time, he had a clue: the man took less time to
buy vanilla
than any other flavor.. Why? The answer was in the layout of
the
store. Vanilla, being the most popular flavor, was in a separate
case
at the front of the store for quick pickup. All the other flavors
were
kept in the back of the store at a different counter where it
took
considerably longer to check out the flavour.

Now, the question
for the Engineer was why the car wouldn't start when
it took less time.
Eureka - Time was now the problem - not the vanilla
ice cream!!!! The
engineer quickly came up with the answer: "vapour
lock".

It was
happening every night; but the extra time taken to get the
other flavours
allowed the engine to cool down sufficiently to start.
When the man got
vanilla, the engine was still too hot for the vapor
lock to
dissipate.

Even crazy looking problems are sometimes real and all
problems seem
to be simple only when we find the solution, with cool
thinking.

Don't just say it is " IMPOSSIBLE" without putting a sincere
effort....
Observe the word "IMPOSSIBLE" carefully... .

Looking closer
you will see, "I'M POSSIBLE"...

What really matters is your attitude and
your perception.

Saturday, March 31, 2007

free air of open source

All people are moving to the VISTA OS and finding of BUGs in it. Commenting that a VISTA was not secured. As all know the fact those windows is always lack of securities and with loat of bugs. After the service pach2 for windows Xp there are 30 bugs found.

Even then All of us for running for the windows . no one are bothered about the Linux ( Mother of All OS). If people starting think of this and use this then there is no question of bugs.

Any way http://www.swecha.org/ is open source form is providing US the Linux in Telugu it is free. One can download it free of cost and help the open the open soucr code. It can run through the cd with out installing the OS. What we need is just experience the free air of open source.

Tuesday, March 27, 2007

Telugu information site

Please visit great telugu world

Hi friends,I created a blog http://www.telugustreet.blogspot.com/ for the great man of Andhra Pradesh please look into it and forward to your friends. Let me know the feed back.

Let the world know the Greatest of Andhra Pradesh

Monday, March 26, 2007

HI Friends

HI Friends



Hi friends I started a new www.telugustreet.blogspot.com for Andhra Pradesh. This blog contains the biography of the Andhra Pradesh in India. I added few great persons bio data. Please update me if any new contains in this blog.

Thursday, March 15, 2007

Jagadam - Sound of youthful zing

You may have loved it or loathed it but you could not have ignored it. It had awesome music; it presented Allu Arjun in a whole new avatar; it was a big hit. Yes, I am talking about Arya which introduced Sukumar with a bang. Handling story, screenplay, dialogues and direction with such aplomb in a maiden venture is not an easy task and Sukumar scored it big in almost all these departments. His next movie Jagadam, coming after close to 3 years since Arya released, featuring Devadasu fame Ram and a newbie Isha, is keenly awaited.
Devi Sri Prasad aka Devi’s music for Arya was extra ordinary. His teaming up with Sukumar again for Jagadam naturally raises our expectations. Not only that, Devi is on a high with back to back hits in the form of Bommarillu and Rakhi and there is no excuse for him to disappoint us now. Well, with Jagadam, Devi proves that cutting back on quantity has definitely helped him in delivering quality music. Though Rakhi was a tad disappointing after a wonderful Bommarillu, he rises back to the occasion with Jagadam.
1. Violence In this opening number of the album, Chandrabose, while walking us through the movie’s theme, sums it up quite well like this - kaDupuki tinDi, kanTiki nidra avasaramainaTTE, gunDeki kodava vonti ki jagaDam vunDaali antE! He pens catchy lyrics and Devi makes every effort, both as a composer and singer, to add right emotion to this number. In fact he scores more points as the singer, coming up with not only a zesty but also a fiery rendition. Despite sounding like a song from one of Ram Gopal Varma’s underworld dramas, this one is worth a listen.
2. 5' 8" Once upon a time there lived Seenugaadu, who was 5 feet 8 inches, and Subbalakshmi who was 5 feet 4 inches. Both of them fell in love with each other. Once in love, they had all the time in the world to ponder if they were a perfect match for each other. What usually dawns upon people after marriage, happened to them while still in courtship. So, they decided to convince themselves, just like most married couples, with - inkem chestaam adjust avudaam, zindagi mottam sardukupodaam!
With a cowboy/country music kinda orchestration and catchy [agreed the word is clich├ęd but for the lack of a better word] lyrics, this is one of the cool numbers in recent times. The complex mix of confused ‘is-he/she-right-for-me?’ thoughts and ‘heck-I-care-less-I’ll-be-happy-nonetheless’ attitude is conveyed in an unpretentious manner both in words, by Chandrabose, and notes [read music]. Tippu, Priya and the chorus sing this one admirably.
3. 36-24-36 An out and out mass song and make no assumption about it (well, not that there could be any). Sahiti sets the premise at the very outset and sticks to it throughout. Double entendres, husky vocals, dappu beats – name it and this one has it all and much more. Mamata Mohandas sounds like a pleasant (the usage of this word for a mass song might shock you but yeah you read it right) replacement to overly high pitched Malathi. No surprises if her second song for Devi becomes a bigger hit than the first one (the title song of Rakhi). Another ‘Aa ante Amalapuram’, this one?
Though the original version itself has enormous potential to entice the crowds, there’s a remix version of this song for the remix-crazy/dance-floor junta.
4. Everybody ooru vaaDaa aaDadi aitE, moguDini nEnElERead the above line and you get an idea about the song. If that’s not enough, Chandrabose pens more such thoughts, which give a feeling that being a rowdy is super cool. But musically speaking, this number does not actually sound that cool. It’s fast paced, has high energy beats, sports Ranjit’s animated singing but nonetheless has a heard-before feel to it. So if your liking for a song has nothing to do with the fresh-o-meter rating, unlike me, then rock your body to this one.
5. Mu mu muddante Despite incomprehensible lyrics by Sahiti, this one is foot tapping. Devi uses yesteryear’s mu mu muddante cheda [Why? Perhaps the movie will explain, otherwise there is no rhyme or reason for it] and a small rap while also infusing a Middle Eastern feel to the orchestration. Raquib Alam’s spirited vocals are the life of this number. If I were to choose between this and Rahman’s Mayya Mayya [Guru], I’d choose this one for its better appealing tune even though the latter has superior orchestration. Of course, Sahiti’s lyrics are nowhere near Gulzar’s words but unless a creative lyricist in Telugu proves that such songs can be worded with coherent words, we’ll have to give it to Sahiti for writing words that blended with the tune even though they didn’t actually make much sense. But hey, that’s perhaps asking for too much from an item number in Telugu. [Gulzar’s chivalrously frolicking lyrics in recent item number’s like Kajra Re [Bunty Aur Babli] and Beedi [Omkara] are a treat to ears. Would a Telugu lyricist attribute such beauty to our item numbers, please?]
To cut a long story short, Jagadam bellows the sound of youthful zing. Chandrabose’s lyrics are catchy while Sahiti’s pen rarely tries to make an impact given that his songs are item numbers. Devi’s compositions in this album are not ever lasting material but they should top the charts and occupy air waves as long as the movie plays in theaters.
Jagadam is marketed by Supreme Audio
On a different note:The quality of music in Telugu, of late, hasn’t been that great and nothing quite prompted me to write more audio reviews since Sainikudu but have you listened to some recent Hindi albums? Try Just Married that has some awesome music by Pritam and beautiful poetry by Gulzar. Gudgudee [sung by Sunidhi Chauhan] and Jaagte Raho [sung by Sonu Nigam] are the picks of the album.

Monday, March 12, 2007

Rasool's film in Manoranjan banner

Manoranjan Movies (USA) is going to produce a film in the direction of cinematographer turned director Rasool. A new comer Rohit is going to play main NRI lead role. Sada plays female lead. The supporting cast includes Murali Mohan, Brahmanandam and Dharmavarapu Subramanyam. MM Keeravani is scoring music for this film and he composed two songs already.
As the movie has USA backdrop, the production unit arranged visas to 20 cast and crewmembers from USA Consulate, Chennai. The unit of the film will be landing in USA on 10th of March. The USA production will start on 17th March and be completed by 30th April.

Shankar Dada Zindabad

Cast: Chiranjeevi & Srikanth
Crew:Dialogues: Paruchuri Brothers Music: Devi Sri Prasad Cinematography: Chota K NaiduArt: Ashok Editing: Marthand K Venkatesh Direction: Prabhudeva Producer: Gemini Film Circuit

Chiranjeevi is doing the Telugu remake of Lage Raho Munnabhai in Telugu as Shankar Dada Zindabad. Gemini Film Circuit that produced Shankar Dada MBBS is also producing this venture in the direction of Prabhudeva. Muhurat of this film was held at a function in Annapurna studios, Hyderabad.
Speaking on the occasion writer Paruchuri Venkateswara Rao said, “This is the season of sequels. Lage Raho Munnabhai is an out and out class film. We added mass elements in Telugu version without disturbing the mood of the film. The combination scenes of Chiranjeevi and Srikanth will be more in this film compared to the first part. Telugu proverbs literally translated in English were huge success in Shankar Dada MBBS, we will continue that stream by adding much more punch to it.”
Paruchuri Gopala Krishna said, “People think that Gandhiji is a class leader. But he is the one who attracted the entire nation with his principles and got independence to India. I think there is no other big mass leader than Gandhiji. The story of the film is sensible, that is the reason why Prabhudeva is directing this film. We added more entertainment to the original script.”
We added mass elements, fight sequences, my kind of dances and entertainment - ChiranjeeviChiranjeevi said, “I am very happy to work again with GFC banner. I am sure Prabhudeva can give excellent treatment to this script with his sensitivity and poetic orientation. LRMB film did not have mass elements, fight sequences, my kind of dances and entertainment. Since Prabhudeva is a sensible director, he can add all these elements without tampering with the basic theme of Gandhism. I have good rapport with Prabhudeva. It is a tailor-made character for me. The Gandhigiri in the film is going to make a lot of difference to the script. This film will strengthen my image by providing both entertainment as well as social message. Pawan Kalyan did a few seconds of appearance in ‘Naa Pere Kanchanamala’ song of Shankar Dada MBBS. He will also do a special appearance in this film too. He could act in the special role done by Abhishek Bachchan in LRMB.”
Music director Devi Sri Prasad said, “This is my 3rd film with Chiranjeevi, Prabhudeva and GFC. Since Chiranjeevi and Prabhudeva are working for this film, it demands great music and I am very confident of delivering goods.”

Monday, March 05, 2007

BBC and IBM strike 'web 3.0' deal

The BBC has struck a partnership deal with IBM to develop "web 3.0" technology, starting with a video search system for CBeebies and CBBC programmes, MediaGuardian.co.uk can reveal.
Ashley Highfield, the BBC director of future media and techology, said harnessing new video search technology could be the "difference between success and failure" for the corporation's online operation.

"All current video search technology - on the likes of YouTube as well - only works using meta tags or key words added to the videos, not the content itself," he said

That is fine if everything is meta-tagged at a high level, otherwise you just won't find the video you are after."
The idea is that the system being developed with IBM, called Marvel, will deliver a mass of relevant images and videos when content is searched.

"It is particularly appropriate for children and CBBC as searches could bring back, say, lots more relevant images or videos of a particular animal," Mr Highfield said.

Currently searches of CBBC content, powered by Microsoft, yield only text-based results.

In addition, Mr Highfield identified the potential of IBM's technology to hugely simplify the mammoth task of digitising the 1.4m-plus hours of TV and audio content in the BBC archive.

"It is hugely important for us when we start to uncover our archive as we have none or just simple tags on much of the content," said Mr Highfield.

"There is no way to find many archived programmes and we want to see if we can shortcut this, so the archive doesn't have to be all manually tagged," he added.

"This is web 3.0 - semantic web - technology, technology that actually understands the value of content on the page rather than just a page of ones and noughts."

The BBC has previously used video search technology, called Virage, supplied by its partner Autonomy, in a limited way but not on this planned scale or with such advanced features as with the new IBM tie-up.

"We do have some rudimentary video search but everyone will admit that video search is currently a relatively clunky technology," said Mr Highfield.

Another area of early collaboration - on a very long list of long-term projects - will be using an IBM product called Media Hub.

This ties into the Digital Media Initiative that Mr Highfield last month described as "the most important project over the next year to get right".

The DMI is a behind-the-scenes project that aims to break down the BBC's content fiefdoms and create a single "digital repository" of information on a particular subject for use on multiple platforms.

IBM, working with the BBC's official technology partner Siemens, will deploy a pilot of its Media Hub that aims to facilitate this project.

Steve Canepa, the IBM vice-president for media and entertainment, said that the video and audio search project aimed to "provide compelling experiences for listeners and viewers".

Mr Highfield described the partnership with IBM as a way of trying to "keep our nose out there".

"There is of course the big question of whether it will all work. It is early days but effective video search could be the difference between success and failure," he said.

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