BSNL WiMax Tariff Plan

WiMax or Worldwide Interoperability for Microwave Access is a fourth generation technology which allows 37 Mbps broadband speed without the need for cables and this has been launched in Kochi by BSNL. Yup BSNL haad already 3G services running and now its going 4G. The technology is provided by AVIAT, formerly Harris Stratex.  Though there is no specific tariff rates declared for Kochi but  BSNL has already a tariff ...

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Official Website for Indian Budget

If you are looking around and still scratching your head where Indian Government put Official announcements and files of Indian Union Budget and Econimic survey, , is the right place for it. You can find all the previous budget and surveys detail right here. Here is the list for 2010 – 2011 Budget which you can find here: Key to Budget ...

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Which services are added under 10% Service Tax

Looks like Government have finally aimed to gather more revenue from services rather than on how much income you make which has broader spectrum than revenue generated from Income Tax becuase now you get moeny from both sides in many cases. The Latest Budget has now added more categories under 10% service tax. Here is the list : Service Promoting ...

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Kolkata Metro Expansion Plan

Looks like Kolkata Metro is planning to expand in and around the city in coming years and this is a good news for daily travelling people who are tired of travelling in no foot space buses where you get crushed every moment. There are Four Metro Project that has to be met and Mamta’s Railway Budget has brough 450 Crore ...

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How much Tax you will save : Income Tax Slab changes

Finance Minister Mr. Pranab Mukherjee has given a big relief to the middle class salaried segment after his today’s Budget announcement for the next Financial year. Finance minister has proposed the following Tax slab for the individual tax payer. A comparative picture of present Tax slab & proposed Slab is as follows. ( Incomes and Savings when compared to last ...

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Indian Railway Budget : Things you should know

Indian Railway Minister, Mamta Banerjee, has laid down a special concession for the cancer patients and film technicians in this railway budget. Cancer patients going for treatment or checkups will now enjoy 100% concession in third AC. In first and second  AC the concession remains unchanged to 50%. This is inclusive of any family member going with the patient. Film ...

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Mobile Railway Ticketing Van, hit or miss?

“Mushkil Aasaan” is the name of the new service launched by Indian Railways. Mushkil Aasaan is a mobile railway ticketing van, as of now available only in Kolkata and Delhi, which works Monday to Saturday, and will remain non-operational on Sundays for maintenance. As per the Star Web Media ““Mushkil Aassan” mobile van has been introduced with the idea of ...

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Order you Breakfast online [available in select locations of Pune]

A nice breakfast is a must for almost everybody, but people staying alone and away from home are often found either skipping their breakfast or by compromising with it. I have seen very few bachelors having proper breakfast. Even the foodies like me have to skip the breakfast or have to survive with some kind of readymade stuff, or may ...

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Ethnic Wear and India

Culture? If one is to define this word she or he can come with so many words. According to the dictionary  this word refers to a state of logical development or manners-I feel it is all about society,customs,traditions,ethnicity way of life that influence the growth of a human being . Indian culture is rich and diverse and is very inimitable. ...

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Indian IT law for inappropriate Social updates

Social Networking is no more a thing of geeks or hi-tech professionals these days. In India it as well the number of social networking users is growing at an enormous rate, in fact pretty the number already is pretty huge, Orkut tops the list when it comes to the Indians using social networking sites. As per the Economic Times, “A ...

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