8 Ultimate Gmail tips for better performance

Follow these 8 ultimate Gmail tips and extract more out your Gmail account: Sign out of Gmail from anywhere Some times you may access your Gmail account from a public computer and forget to logout. When you actually realize the fact, you are already in your home. Now you don’t have to worry about any misuse happening with your account …

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Tata Photon Plus USB modem tariffs and review

Tata has come up with a new Wireless Broadband service called as the Tata Photon Plus (photon +) , which works with a USB modem. It promises a speed of upto 3.1 mbps. But remember that the speed depends on the time of the day, the web page being accessed etc. Also this speed may only be upto their ISP …

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Booking process of a Dell Inspiron/Studio laptop

With Dell promoting its products in India exclusively and intensely, the sales might have really seen an increase. Every day I wake up and see a news paper, I see a Dell ad ‘Yours is a star performer‘. Although the product description may be sufficient to initiate a sales process, the booking information is quite difficult to find from the …

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EAMCET Web counselling procedure

EAMCET ranks are announced and the next step is the counseling process which will eventually place the student in their choice of college. With the Web counseling process taking the place of conventional counseling, this year the process would be a little different from previous years and here’s a brief overview of the Web Counseling process. First the candidates will …

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LIC of India Online payments & Premium/Policy status check

Life Insurance Corporation (LIC) of India, as we all know is the largest Insurer in the country. Until recently, all the premiums of the policies taken from LIC should be paid only at the LIC offices present in one’s locality or can be paid with the help of agent who made the policy. You all might be used to those …

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EAMCET Counseling process and College/Branch selection tips

Once you have your EAMCET rank in hand, the next step is to decide the college to be joined well before the counseling begins. It is better to attend mock counseling sessions to have a rough idea about the college you would get. KAB consultants conduct such sessions every year in Hyderabad and they will help you to choose the …

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Exit polls Andhra pradesh assembly elections

If you are regular to this site you may have already read the initial report on the two phases of polls in Andhra Pradesh here and here. Who will win the elections? Who will form the next Government in the state? How many seats will Congress/TDP/PRP win? As soon as the clock struck 5PM on Wednesday, all media channels were …

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CEO Kolkata, voter list

Like most other states, there is a dedicated Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) website for West Bengal State. Voters in the state can visit the website and know all about elections in the state. The first and foremost thing to know is the Electoral Photo Identity Card or EPIC, which is now essential to cast one’s vote. No other ID proof …

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AIEEE 2009 estimated ranks

The 2009’s AIEEE exam is concluded and all students are eagerly awaiting the results. One thing that is to be cleared here is that the standard of the paper was between moderate to tough. If you ask a student who is also preparing for JEE, he would say the paper was OK/Moderate but a student who exclusively prepared for AIEEE …

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CEO tamilnadu, chennai voter list

Tamilnadu is going for polls in all its 39 Lok Sabha constituencies on the last phase of General election in India on 14 May. Some key constituencies in this phase include the Chennai city, Madurai, Erode, Chidambaram, Vellore, Nagapattinam, Salem, Coimbatore, Krishnagiri, Sivaganga, Dharmapuri and nilgiries with other constituencies. You can search for your name in the electoral rolls by …

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CEO Rajasthan, final electoral voter list

Since Chhattisgarh is carved out of Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan is by far the largest state in India. But, its area doesn’t reflect in the number of constituencies it has, either for Vidhan Sabha or Lok Sabha. It’s understandable, since number of constituencies depend on the population and not the area of a place. Rajasthan, at present, has 25 Lok Sabha …

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Delhi voter list, polling booth address

The NCT of Delhi is going for elections in the fourth phase of General elections in India in all its 7 Lok sabha constituencies. They are Chandni Chowk, North east delhi, East delhi, New delhi, West delhi, South Delhi and North West Delhi (SC). There are quite a few ways to find if your name exists in the final electoral …

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CEO Maharashtra, electoral rolls Mumbai

Maharashtra is going for polls in its 10 remaining Lok Sabha constituencies on the third phase of elections on 30th April 2009 (you can use below links for future elections too) The constituencies include Palghar (ST), Mumbai Northwest, Mumbai Northeast, Mumbai North central, Mumbai South central, Mumbai South, Bhiwandi, Kalyan, Mumbai North and Thane. Searching your name in electoral list …

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Exit polls, 2nd phase polling in AP

A small note before going forward is that the Election commission of India has banned the exit polls this time and no media channel is entitled to give the reports on the number of seats that a party could win. So this is simply a collection of polling pattern expressed by some eminent political scholars put together. The statement on …

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TVS Apache RTR 180 F1 is making its debut soon

Following the huge success of Apache RTR 160, TVS motors now plans to roll out the new Apache RTR 180 to counter its competitor in Bajaj Pulsar 180. Bajaj too is making some cosmetic changes to the looks of Pulsar 180. The look of Apache RTR 180 seems to be stunning with an extended petrol tank scoop like that of …

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