Thursday, December 31, 2009

Monday, October 12, 2009

Red Bull and Coulthard gives Mumbai the taste of F1




David Coulthard, driver of Red bull raced the car through the sea link.

Huge crowd was gathered at the Bandra Reclamation just near the entrance of sea link to become the witness of this event.

David have to make two round of the sea link bridge, but due to over heating of hie engine he managed to make only one round.

Daid said, “I apologize to the people of Mumbai, due to overheating of the engine, i could not take the second round. Adding the bridge is one of the best bridge in the world.”

Commenting on the Sports Minister statement that F1 is an entertainment, David said, “The minister have no idea about F1″.

I don’t have a speedometer in my car, so i cannot tell you about the speed, laugh’s David as he was cursing at the speed of 260 kph.

India will be witnessing F1 in 2011 as the work as already been started at Greater Noida, near Delhi.

Tuesday, October 6, 2009

Friday, September 18, 2009

Web 2.0 making inroads in India


Web 2.0 has arrived, and it has become very popular in India.

Many media channels and business houses are using Web 2.0 tools to communicate with viewers and workers. Even the government has realized the importance of Web 2.0. Nowadays, government portals are asking people to put/file their comments and complaints online. Using the Web 2.0 tools it has become a hassle-free service for citizens of India.

For full article click on the link http://www.orato.com/tech-games/india-embraces-web-20-industry

Pilot Shortage in India

Poor Infrastructure Affects Aviator Program

Over the next 10 years, more than 400 planes will be delivered to airline companies in India. Each plane will need more than 10 pilots and 20 engineers which comes to as many as 4000 pilots and 8000 engineers.

for full article click on the link http://www.orato.com/travel/pilot-shortage-india

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