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posted on 17 Sep 2105 at 22:52

For about last 3 to 5 years ago I had been writing it repeatedly that the fb should have a Dislike button too, along with the like button since it would have saved quite a time of fb users.

Because in case where U don't like a particular post then you have no other option then to write a few points or comments about that post. Which in turn benefits the Programmer or the server to keep you engaged for a much longer period then which is really required, on the Net.

In most of the cases the response towards a trash post is not given by any ordinary fb user and they prefer it to be ignored, because of time & money reasons. And in such situations even a trash post keeps gaining only the likes because the fox-like clever programmers are not interested in what the user is trying to deliver but are mainly interested to earn revenue by keeping them Engaged.

No one wants a bigger bill than required or which is not affordable on regular basis. And because of this very reason, even the worst or cheapest of posts keep succeeding in getting some sort of headway or popularity on the net or fb because of the hired cyber army.

posted on 17 Sep 2015 at 14:01

'Robbers' loot us because we have something. But if we don't even speak about it then we will have Nothing.

posted on 17 Sep 2015 at 12:31

In India there is a practice of making any kind of donation or gifts with 1 as suffix. like 11, 21, 51, 101, 1101, 2151 etc etc. Probably because 1 is the  first step of any kind of Advancement.

posted on 16 Sep 2015 at 12:29

Our share market predictions are coming correct in a row for last many days. it was expected yesterday that the market is likely to do well tomorrow and the nifty as well as bank nifty both are up by more than 1% right now.

posted on 15 Sep 2015 at 10:53

Good thoughts are like Light houses which extend a helping hand to whoever is in need.

posted on 15 Sep 2015 at 10:34

Share Market is expected to do better tomorrow. Nifty is at 7850 now.

posted on 14 Sep 2015 at 09:12

Shares of 'Surya Roshni' may do well in the future because the Govt seems to have undergone some MOU with this company and it is distributing the LED bulbs in the country, under the Govt's mission of Save Electricity.

posted on 13 Sep 2015 at 22:52

Mother Teresa was a natural prime contender for the Noble price because she was also a prominent head to promote Christianity in India. And every Hindu or the Muslim of India should know it by default how the foreign prizes and decorations are being distributed for this country.

posted on 13 Sep 2015 at 22:22

The Engineering students who are not able to concentrate in the subject becuse of the co-education, should try keeping fast on Friday. If doesn't suit, simply discontinue. Try at least for a month or two.

posted on 13 Sep 2015 at 06:21

Mars & Jupiter pairing in Leo From Tuesday Night is likely to reduce dengue, swine flue and some other seasonal & stomach related health problems. So be thankful to Mars from Tuesday.

posted on 12 Sep 2015 at 21:40

Not even 5% of the world nations play cricket. And in India the Hired Blue Media portrays it as making a world history. Just to promote Betting on Cricket and to earn by siphoning-off the Indian Money from the country. Thanks that China keeps itself away from the cricket and is practically saving its country money to a tune of thousands crores to be looted by match fixtures or the outsiders. 

posted on 12 Sep 2015 at 21:25

A fantastic sentence written at Japanese bus stop..
Only buses will stop here. Not your time. So keep walking towards your goal...

posted on 12 Sep 2015 at 20:00

A Useful Article by Helmer Aslaksen, for Aspirant & Practicing Astrologers regarding demarcation of Time Zones and why the allocation of Time Zones is becoming more a business than a science or mathematics.

The Article: Why is Singapore in the “Wrong” Time Zone?

The short answer is that West Malaysia follows the time zone for East Malaysia, and that Singapore follows West Malaysia. But it is even more complex than that! Some years ago I created a page based on information from the file asia, which is part of the tz database. After giving a lecture on the Chinese calendar at the Department of History at the National University of Singapore I got in touch with Mok Ly Yng, who has researched this extensively, and corrected some errors in the tz database. I have therefore replaced this page with the article he sent me. Mok Ly Yng has also helped me with the page Where is the Geographical Origin Point of Singapore?

The time zones in Singapore and Malaysia are good examples of how the lines between time zones tend to creep westward over the years. In other words, a place that's near the eastern edge of a time zone is likely to move its clocks ahead one hour, thereby moving to the western edge of the adjacent time zone.

I have a separate page on Time Zones in Malaysia. For information about time zones in Indonesia, please consult Indonesia Time Zones by Gwillim Law.
What time is it really?
by Mok Ly Yng

“What time is it?” As a famous beer commercial has it. Nowadays what time is it really depends more on the lawyers, economists, politicians and businessmen and much less on the astronomers, geographers, surveyors, mathematicians and scientists like in the 19th century and before. To modularise this story, I have tabulated the chronological adoption of different “Standard Time” in Singapore as a quick reference:
“Standard Time” in Use in Singapore
Period in use     Time offset from GMT     Reference Meridian     Name of Time (unofficial)
Until 1905 May 31     + 6hr 55m 25s     103 51 16 E     Singapore Mean Time
1905 Jun 01 - 1932 Dec 31     + 7hr 00m 00s     105 00 00 E     Standard Zone Time
1933 Jan 01 - 1941 Aug 31     + 7hr 20m 00s     110 00 00 E     Daylight Saving Time     
1941 Sep 01 - 1942 Feb 15     + 7hr 30m 00s     112 30 00 E     Daylight Saving Time
1942 Feb 16 - 1945 Sep 12     + 9hr 00m 00s     135 00 00 E     Tokyo Standard Time @
1945 Sep 13 - 1981 Dec 31     + 7hr 30m 00s     112 30 00 E     DST/MST/SST # @
1982 Jan 01 - Present     + 8hr 00m 00s     120 00 00 E     Singapore Standard Time

@: The official duration of the Japanese Occupation was from 16-Feb-1942 to 05-Sep-1945. Although history books say that Singapore surrendered on 15-Feb-1942, the Japanese did not enter Singapore in force until the next morning, on 16-Feb-1942. This was agreed to by both sides during the surrender negotiations. The starting date of switching to Tokyo Standard Time is fairly certain but not the ending date. Japan announced their surrender on 15-Aug-1945. The official surrender ceremony took place on 02-Sep-1945. On 06-Sep-1945, advanced parties of British troops entered Singapore, officially ending the Japanese Occupation. On 09-Sep-1945, Operation Zipper took place on the west coast of Malaya, this involved the landing of the main British forces to recapture Malaya. But it was not until 12-Sep-1945 that the official surrender ceremony for Japanese troops in the SE Asian region took place at the Padang in Singapore. By pure speculation, the most probable dates for reverting to “Pre-invasion” time would either be 03-Sep-1945 or 13-Sep-1945, 1 day each after the respective official surrender ceremonies.

#: DST = Daylight Saving Time, MST = Malaya/Malaysia Standard Time, SST = Singapore Standard Time.

If you do not have the time to read more, the above is a succinct summary of the whole story. For those who would like to know a little more, I shall continue with a more detailed description of the adoption dates and background for the various “Standard Times” in use.
Brief Background of Malaya

By the turn of the 20th century, there were 3 major political entities present in Malaya. The Crown Colony of the Straits Settlements (SS), comprising of Penang, Province Wellesley, Malacca and Singapore . . .

posted on 10 Sep 2015 at 23:24

Read less, Process more and Aquire maximum should be the definition of Educatin and probably this is the ultimate key to attain Wisdom & knowledge in Life.

posted on 10 Sep 2015 at 22:54

The Indian judiciary system is very quick and prompt when it comes to giving verdict on what should be the conduct of a Hindu, especially a hindu male in the country.

But quite often it is seen that the elected, reserved or selected judges whatever the criteria may be, the modern generation existing judges do not show the same kind of promptness when it comes to the matters of other religions or profit making Indigenous or MNC companies.

The Govt should please take time to tell the honest people of the country frankly if they have to suffer the same way under the existing directives of the previous Congi govt or can hope something better.

For last more then one hour I am trying to log on to net through my MTS dongle but it is not reponding at all. But if I lodge a complaint against this then I am sure that I will have to wait for a next rebirth only to be panalised to lodge a false complaint.

What is the way of suing these people who are not giving results on pre-paid services and how it can be proved that they are failing to render the timely services and how the biased judiciary system will allocate the right compensasation for the inconvience caused.

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