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Introductions / New Friends / Re: SSA To All
« on: July 28, 2015, 07:09:06 AM »
wellcome bai

thanks :D

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welcome

thanks :D

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welcome tech aleya
hope u enjoy ur stay on pj :ok:
any questions comments or concerns feel free to ask anyone or me :happy:
hor kede kede shauk ne tere? :mean: bas gadgets hi? :wow:

thanks g :D
hor cricket,chess,gaming eh shauk ne g

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Introductions / New Friends / Re: SSA To All
« on: July 27, 2015, 11:06:35 AM »
Yea sahi gal aa...kam da banda. Agar menu help chaidi ima ask u  :excited:

Meh wadia bas khan nu labdi firdi kuch :wait:

Hanji koi ni just ask me I will help :)

Fruit khalo koi

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Introductions / New Friends / Re: SSA To All
« on: July 27, 2015, 10:26:40 AM »
Ssa ji ki haal aa thoda

Ssa ji

Main wadia tusi dasso :)

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ginni   :hug: welcome .
nale admin TM mods eh banda kamm da hai, koi v technical help provide kr skda hai..

Thanks bro :d

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Introductions / New Friends / Re: Welcome karo Mera - Arun Bhardwaj
« on: July 27, 2015, 06:16:41 AM »
Hello and Welcome

main vi ajj hi ayea ethe  :blah:

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Knowledge / Some Basic Laws Every Indian Should Be Aware of
« on: July 27, 2015, 05:55:11 AM »
1. Whenever a person is arrested, he should be produced before a magistrate or judge within 24 hours of his arrest. No one can be detained by the police beyond the 24-hour period

2.In the event of accidents relating domestic LPG, consumers are entitled to a risk cover of up to Rs 40 lakh in case of loss of life or damage to property due to cylinder explosions. All registered LPG consumers are covered under an insurance policy taken by the PSU Oil Companies.

Source: https://www.iocl.com/download/Citizen_Charter_IOCL_Final_Ver_6_01_04_13.pdf

3. If a police officer fails to or refuses to record your initial complaint, he can receive a jail term of six months to two years

4. Whenever a person is arrested, police officials must wear visible and legible identification when arresting a person and when carrying out interrogation. Names and particulars of police personnel handling interrogation must be recorded in the register.

5. Prostitution (exchange of money for sex) is legal but, organised prostitution is illegal.pimping, brothel-keeping and soliciting sex in any other way

6. In case a police officer asks someone to provide a specimen of breath for a breath test, the person must obey. If he refuses or fails to do so and the policeman have reasonable cause to suspect him of having alcohol in his blood, and he can be arrested without a warrant, unless he is hospitalised.

7. When arrested, it is the right of every detained person to know the grounds for detention or questioning.

8. The moment a cheque bounces with the endorsement “Insufficient Funds”, go to a lawyer and send the person a legal notice demanding your money. This has to be done within 30 days of bouncing of the cheque. Once that person receives your notice, he is required by law to pay you your money within the next 15 days. His failure to do so, gives you a right to file a criminal case against him for cheque bouncing

9.While buying an immovable property – (Like Flat or Land)

Giving a public notice in the newspaper is a must. It doesn’t matter which one. It need not be English. Any state language too will do. And any newspaper with some circulation will do. This Public notice is what protects your interest in the court of law if you face any litigation regarding your purchased property.

More :admin

1.Husbands do not have the right to oppose the divorce petition filed by their wives, whereas the wives can oppose the divorce petition filed by the husbands. All the property of the husband that he currently owns and his ancestral property (inherited or inheritable) will be divided between the husband and the wife.

2.Whatever money, jewelry etc. is given to a bride in her marriage by both her parents as well as the groom’s parents is legally her property. It is legally known as Streedhan

3.Arrest or Search of women should only take place in presence of Women Police Officers and it should not take place in night. And women should be detained separately from men

4.Adultery in India is a criminal offence. Section 497 of the IPC criminalizes adultery. It makes it an offence for a man to have sex with a married woman, and if caught and convicted, he can be jailed for up to 5 years. The wife is not held liable in this case. Moreover, a married man who has sex with an unmarried woman is also not liable in any way – his marital status is of no consequence!

5.Live in relationships are not illegal and any two consenting adults have the freedom to live together without marriage if they wish to. Domestic violence act too takes this relationship into consideration and a woman can get relief under the act even if she is not legally wedded to the man
Children born out of live in relationships have a right to inherit their parent’s property.

6.Also, children born to mistresses (illegitimate children, no offence, just for the sake of explaining) too inherit their father’s property and can claim maintenance.

7.A man can file for divorce if his wife withholds sex for a long time. The cause can be put under “mental cruelty” and the court will consider it a valid cause for seeking divorce.

8.You may not know about this. But Pre-marital sex is not illegal in India as long as the girl’s age is more than 16. Madras High court judgement says Couples who have premarital sex to be considered married.

9.Marital rape is not considered an offence in India. Despite amendments, law commissions and new legislations, one of the most humiliating and debilitating acts is not an offence in India.

10.Indian Penal Code 498A, is a criminal law (not a civil law) i.e Whoever, being the husband or the relative of the husband of a woman, subjects such woman to cruelty shall be punished with imprisonment for a term which may extend to three years and shall also be liable to fine. The offence is Cognizable, non-compoundable and non-bailable

11.Legal Drinking Age in Punjab is 25. :talli

Ignorance of law is no defence -

In the court of law, you cannot plead as defence the fact that you were not aware of the law. This is what damns most people! And makes the field of law extremely important if one wishes to survive in material life.

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Tech Lounge / Qualcomm appoints Sunil Lalvani as India Head
« on: July 27, 2015, 05:54:24 AM »
Qualcomm has announced the appointment of  Sunil Lalvani as India head. He will replace Avneesh Agrawal who was senior vice president and president of Qualcomm India and South Asia.



Lalvani’s will join Qualcomm from July 27 and will report directly to Cristiano Amon, executive vice president and co-president, Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. He has more than 20 years of experience in sales, business development, strategic planning and business operations across the IT and telecom sectors. He joins Qualcomm from BlackBerry, where he served most recently as managing director of India and SAARC.  Lalvani was responsible for overseeing and driving BlackBerry’s overall business strategy and growth in India and was focused on driving differentiated solutions for consumers and enterprise customers. Lalvani was also instrumental in leading a strong engagement with Carrier partners and ISV’s in India, to drive uptake of BlackBerry’s services portfolio in the India region.

“I am pleased to welcome Sunil Lalvani as vice president and president of Qualcomm India. His broad industry experience and extensive leadership experience will enable us to strengthen existing strategic relationships, identify new opportunities for business growth and build new relationships in India. Under Avneesh’s leadership, Qualcomm led a number of successful efforts to nurture the local ecosystem in India, including accelerating 3G smartphone adoption and 4G LTE deployment, helping Indian brands build new revenue streams and establishing Qualcomm as the premier technology brand in India’s telecom and handset ecosystem. I’d like to thank Avneesh for all of his contributions to these successes.”

said Cristiano Amon in an official statement.

He resigned from BlackBerry last month as a Managing Director. Prior to that, Lalvani held the position of Director of Enterprise Sales. He also has worked at EMC Corporation, Nokia Corporation, Cisco Systems and SITA Equant Network (now Orange Business Services). He holds a bachelor’s degree in electronics engineering from Bombay University and a post graduate diploma in marketing management from Xavier’s Institute of Management, India.

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Narendra Modi’s Prime Ministerial Visits
1. Uzbekistan (6 July)
President – Islam Karimov
PM – Shavkat Mirjyoyev
Capital – Tashkent
Currency – Uzbekistan Som

Agreements Signed (7):
1. Economic and Strategic ties : Enhance strategic, economic and energy ties along with reviewing key regional issues including the situation in Afghanistan.
2. Joint Working Group on Counter Terrorism : To intensify security cooperation and exchanges for combating terrorism, promoting regional integration and advancing stability in the region.
3. Defence and cyber security : Enhance cooperation in the fields of defence and cyber security.
4. Uranium supply contract: Implement the contract which was signed in 2014 for supply of 2,000 metric tonnes of the Uranium from mineral rich Uzbekistan to India.
5. Strengthening cooperation : In the areas of information technology, agriculture and energy.
6. International North South Transport Corridor (INSTC): India asked Uzbekistan to be part of INSTC similar to Ashgabat Agreement which is s a transit pact between Uzbekistan, Iran, Turkmenistan and Oman established in 2011.
7. It should be noted that INSTC is a ship, road and rail route for moving freight between India, Iran, Russia, Europe and Central Asia.


Narendra Modi’s Prime Ministerial Visits:
2. Kazakhstan (7th July):
President : Nursultan Nazarbayev
PM : Karim Massimov
Capital : Astana
Currency : Tenge

Agreements Signed (5) :
1. Agreement on Defence and Military : Both nations will form joint working group (JWG) on counter terrorism, defence training, exercise and production of defence equipment.
2. MoU on Cooperation on Physical Cultural and Sports : It was signed between India’s Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports and Kazakhstan’s Ministry of Culture and Sports.
3. MoU on Technical Cooperation in the field of Railways : It was signed between India’s Ministry of Railways and Kazakhstan Temir Zholy.
4. Agreement on Transfer of Sentenced Persons : It will facilitate swapping to prisoners from both countries to serve their remaining sentence in home country.
5. Agreement on supply of Uranium to India : Kazakhstan the world’s largest producer of uranium will supply a total of 5,000 tonnes of the natural uranium to India during the 2015-19.

# Apart from signing these agreements, India has also shown interest in :
1.  Fertilizer sector in Kazakhstan due to abundance availability of Natural Gas.
2. Hydro carbon sectors of Kazakhstan for drilling and production of crude oil

Narendra Modi’s Prime Ministerial Visit:
3. Turkmenistan (10-11 July)
President : Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedow
PM : Akja Nurberdiyewa
Capital : Ashgabat
Currency : Turkmen New Manat

Agreements Signed (7) :
1. MoU on Supply of Chemical Products : It was signed between the India’s ‘Rashtriya Chemicals and Fertilizers  Limited’ and the Turkmenistan’s Turkmenhimiya’.
2. MoU Foreign Service Institutes of both nations: It was signed between Foreign Service Institute of the Ministry of External Affairs of India and Institute of International Relations of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Turkmenistan.
3. Agreement on Cooperation in the field of Sports: It was signed between Union Ministry of Youth Affairs And Sports of India and State Committee for Sport of Turkmenistan.
4. Programme of Cooperation In Science And Technology: It was signed between both governments for the period of two years viz. 2015-2017.
5. MoU on Cooperation in Yoga and Traditional Medicine: It was signed between respective entities of both governments.
6. MoU on Cooperation in the Field Of Tourism: It was signed between respective entities of both governments.
7. Agreement in the field of Defence: It was signed between respective entities of both governments.


Narendra Modi’s Prime Ministerial Visit:
4. Tajikistan (12 July):

President : Emomalli Rahmon
PM : Kokhir Rasulzoda
Capital : Dushanbe
Currency : Somni

Agreements Signed (2) :
1. Programme of Cooperation (POC) in the field of Culture : It was signed between Ministries of Culture of India and Tajikistan for the years 2016-18. It envisages cooperation in the field of culture between both nations through exchange of expertise for protection, preservation and promotion of cultural heritage. It also seeks to exchange of information and experts and organization of cultural days for greater cultural understanding between the countries.
2. Exchange of Note Verbale (NV) on setting up of Computer Labs : It conveys the intention of India to set up computer labs in 37 schools in Tajikistan. With this initiative India’s seeks to support Tajikistan in human resource and skill development efforts.

#Besides signing these pacts, both leaders Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his counterpart Emomali Rahmon, President of Tajikistan agreed to promote the International North South transport corridor (INSTC). Both nations also pledged to further deepen their cooperation to fight the menace of radical terrorism and agreed to step up defence ties besides boosting trade and investment

Narendra Modi’s Prime Ministerial Visit:
5. Kyrgyzstan (12 July):

President : Almazbek Atambayev
PM : Temir Sariyev
Capital : Bishkek
Currency : Som

Agreements Signed (4) :
1. Agreement on Defence Cooperation: It was signed to deepen cooperation between both countries in matters relating to security, defence, military education and training.
. It also covers provisions to conduct of joint military exercises, exchange of military instructors, exchange of experience and information and observers etc.
2. MoU and Cooperation in the field of Elections: It was signed to deepen cooperation in matters relating to legislation on elections and referendums. It also covered rights of elections process stakeholders, modern systems and technologies as well as other issues of election administration.
3. MoU on cooperation in the sphere of Standards: Seeks to strengthen and enhance technical cooperation in the fields of conformity assessment, standardization and sharing of expertise on mutual trade.
• It also aims at exchanging necessary information and expertise in this regard between the two parties. Signatory parties are Ministry of Economy of Kyrgyzstan and Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS).
4. Agreement on Cooperation in Culture: To deepen cultural cooperation between both countries in areas such as preservation of cultural heritage, theatre, youth festivals and organisation of folk arts.
• It also seeks to boost cooperation in of publishing and translation of literature, culture, sports and physical exchange of archival materials, geography, history etc.

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Introductions / New Friends / SSA To All
« on: July 27, 2015, 05:44:34 AM »
SSA g sareya nu ;)

I am Ginni Singh from Punjab :d

main technologist banda :p matlab technology,gadgets etc ch interest hai :d


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