Sunday, December 28, 2014

AirAsia Flight QZ8501 From Surabaya Indonesia to Singapore Loses Contact With Air Traffic Control on 28 December 2014





























AirAsia Indonesia regrets to confirm that QZ8501 from Surabaya to Singapore has lost contact at 07:24hrs this morning (28-December-2014).

The Plane was carrying 7 Crew, 155 Passengers, including 138 adults, 16 Children and 1 Baby: Air Asia

An AirAsia plane travelling from Surabaya, Indonesia to Singapore has lost contact with air traffic control on Sunday morning. QZ 8501 has 155 passengers and 7 crew on board, including one Singaporean, one British, one Malaysian, three Koreans and 149 Indonesians, according to Indonesia's Transport Ministry.

The pilot of the missing AirAsia Indonesia flight QZ8501 had asked to fly at higher altituide to avoid clouds, said an Indonesian official. 

Reporting Nationalities of pass. on #QZ8501

149 Indonesians
3 South Koreans
1 Singaporean
1 UK citizen 
1 Malaysian

"AirAsia Indonesia regrets to confirm that flight QZ8501 from Surabaya to Singapore has lost contact with air traffic control at 07:24 hrs this morning,'' said an airline statement.

"At the present time, we unfortunately have no further information regarding the status of the passengers and crew members on board.

"Search and rescue operations are in progress and AirAsia is cooperating fully and assisting the rescue service,'' said the airline.

The Airbus 320-200 took off from Surabaya at 5.20 am local time on Sunday and was scheduled to land at Changi Airport at 8.30 am Singapore time.

Transport Ministry official Hadi Mustofa Djuraid told Metro TV that the plane lost contact somewhere between Kalimantan and Belitung island. He added that the plane had asked for an unusual route before it lost contact, but he did not elaborate.

"The weather was not good - it was bad -- at the estimated location the plane lost contact. We just received a weather report from the national meteorological, geophysics and climatology agency," said Hadi.
Mr Tatang Zainudin of Indonesia's national search and rescue agency also told MetroTV that the pilot might have faced extreme weather condition.
AirAsia has established an Emergency Call Centre for family or friends of those who may have been on board the flight.
The number is +622 129 850 801
The incident comes at the end of a disastrous year for Malaysia’s airlines.  National flag carrier Malaysia Airlines lost two aircraft this year.  Its flight MH370 went missing on March 8 on a trip from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing with 239 passengers and crew on board.
  
On July 17, Flight MH17 was shot down over Ukraine, killing all 298 people on board. 

Thursday, December 25, 2014

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Wednesday, December 24, 2014

Monday, December 22, 2014

Travel: Where to go for Christmas & New Year Holidays in India?

“A Christmas and New Year’s Eve amidst the quaint hill stations, refreshing air and panoramic views will help you forget the year gone by and ring in the New Year with open arms, champagne and dancing”
What are the best destinations in India for Christmas & New Year Holidays? That’s the question that spouts up into the minds of people, especially during the month of December. Christmas and New Year are certainly the most anticipated holidays of the year that infuse a sense of happiness, excitement and adventure. The beautiful lighting and decorations are very much prominent this time of the year and no doubt play an imperative role in generating a great holiday spirit. However, the fact that the specific festive atmosphere is different everywhere and that is a reason why most of the people formulate a plan to travel to the various holiday destinations. Here are some of the prominent destinations in India to kick off the festive season with new beginnings and unforgettable memories:

Khandala:

Khandala – the name alone pretty much sums it up. It is an awe-inspiring hill station nestled in the Western Ghats (Maharashtra). The place is an epitome of lush-green landscape, enchanting environment, magnificent tourist attractions and first-class accommodation services that make the vacations of the visitors simply unforgettable. The perfect setting of the place amidst the beautiful and secluded environment helps the visitors to kick out the worries and relax. A visit to this wonderful place provides a perfect escape for the guests from the clamor of chaotic city life. It is the place where the warmth of the sun refreshes the mind, body and soul of an individual. The resorts of Khandala provide a fascinating experience of being surrounded by the serene environment and the magnificent mountain views. The guests will be certainly delighted by the gracious hospitality, discerning service, sumptuous food and outstanding leisure facilities.

Rishikesh:
Rishikesh is a magnificent land of tranquility that captivates the attention of the tourists. The sound of the mountainous river flowing swiftly, a holy dip in the Ganga River that rejuvenates your body and calms your senses and the fresh air that moves smoothly down the peaks really works magic on the soul infusing the much needed energy to the overworked mind and body. It is the perfect retreat to spend the Christmas vacations with full vigor and happiness. The prettiest locals and the top-notch resorts certainly leave no stone unturned to make your holidays relaxing and mesmerizing. You can also experience a great deal of adrenaline rush by indulging in the jaw-dropping adventure activities such as the river rafting, rappelling, body surfing, rock climbing, bungee jumping and so on. All in all, Rishikesh is truly well worth a visit that allows you to experience the Mother Nature and cherish the long-lasting remarkable memories.

Goa:
Goa is a little jewel that is nestled in the west coast of India. It is a splendid destination to enjoy the unforgettable holidays with family. The pristine laid-back beaches of Goa and miles of beautiful palm lined seashores allure the visitors from the various geographical locations of the world. It is one such place in India where the time comes to a standstill. The wonderful Goa beaches, stunning Churches and Temples and resplendent tourist attractions really provide a great opportunity to the tourists to enjoy the vacations to the fullest. There are many top-notch resorts and hotels here and if the travelers want to experience the gentle air flowing from the sea or beach kissing their cheeks, then they can stay in an accommodation built from the bamboo and other raw materials. The food in this state is really lip-smacking, fresh fish and other cuisines at a very affordable cost. One of the best ways to explore every nook and corner of Goa is through the bike. The lush -green surroundings, warm hospitality and driving past paddy fields is truly awesome.

Nainital:
Leaving the chaotic monotonous city life for the Christmas & New Year parties in the sylvan and alluring hill station of Nainital is certainly a gratifying feeling. The vivid picturesque scenery, delectable food, friendly people and a boat ride in the ‘Naini Lake’ will make your holidays enjoyable. A drive to this place through the misty ravines and mountains provides plenty of opportunities for the ardent photographers. The visitors will find it an extremely hard task to keep their eyes off from the plunging glaciers, lush-green landscape and blue skies. From the hills, the grand vista of the Naini Lake enveloped by the dense jungles is one such sight that is not to be forgotten ever. Some of the popular places that the tourists must visit besides enjoying a New Year party are the Naina Devi Temple, Astronomical Observatory, China Peak, Aurobindo Ashram and Nainital Zoo. By visiting these prominent attractions, the travelers can spend an unforgettable time in the secluded environment, forget their worries and reenergize themselves.

Lansdowne:
If you are scouting for some of the statuesque Christmas holiday destinations, then Lansdowne in Garhwal is one of them. It is essentially a cantonment town and the command office of the brave and famous Garhwal Rifles. This tranquil and unspoilt hill station is dotted with the bewitching landscape that seems straight out of a beautiful picture postcard. Some of the marvelous attractions that the tourists can include in their itinerary list are the Garhwal Rifles Regimental War Memorial, Darban Singh Regimental Museum, St. Mary’s Church, Bhulla Tal (Lake) and Tip-In-Top (Tiffin Top). From the Tiffin Top, the visitors can delight their eyes with the breathtaking views of the mountains. This place is an absolute heaven for the avid photographers. The old-worldly charm of the St. Mary’s Church will certainly enthrall the travelers. The surrounding forests are replete with the thick oak and pine trees that make the environment all the more magical. It is a guaranteed fact that you will be so magnetized with this place that you will crave to come back here every year for the joyful Xmas celebrations.

Lonavla:
Lonavla is a very renowned hill station that is nestled in the western region of Maharashtra state. It captivates the attention of the tourists from every nook and corner of the world. Its cascading waterfalls, crystal-lakes and lush greenery really cast a magic spell on to the visitors. It is an ideal gateway to enjoy the parties away from the hustle and bustle of the crowded city life. The astonishing Sahyadri hill is an excellent region for indulging in adventure activities such as hiking and trekking. The place is also bestowed with lots of beautiful lakes, historical forts and age-old caves. There is no dearth of accommodation facilities in Lonavla as there are plenty of resorts and hotels that offer a secluded stay for the tourists.

Shimla:
All those visitors who are chalking out a plan to get the Christmas holiday packages in India, then they must not give Shimla a miss. It is a dazzling hill station that is situated in the state of Himachal Pradesh. Nestled amidst the stunning hills and dense forests, this capital city of the state has its own charm that never ceases to fade away from the hearts of the travelers. Its aesthetic streets, pleasant climate and gorgeous landscape make it one of the best hotspots for people to have a blasting time. This hill station is tremendously gifted and the tranquil beauty of the nature adds stars to its appeal. There are many splendid resorts situated in Shimla, overlooking the valley and enveloped by the beautiful mountains. The hotels provide a wonderful chance to the visitors to just sit back and admire the nature’s beauty at its best. There is no better experience than sitting in your room, with a hot cup of coffee and enjoying the salubrious climate. As you walk past the elegant streets and click pictures, you will realize that one trip to this enchanting city is certainly not enough. You will want to come back again and again to have an unforgettable time of your life.

Mussoorie:
Mussoorie or better known as the ‘Queen of Hill Stations’ is situated on the foothills of the Himalayas and is just 35 kms from Dehradun. The distant snow-clad Himalayan mountains, fresh air, cooler climate with a snowfall during the winter season provide a much needed environment to the tourists to spend memorable Xmas holidays in India. This place is swamped by plenty of tourists every year. The age-old exotic architecture of many hotels, churches and libraries certainly mesmerize the visitors. The Gun Hill, renowned as the second highest peak of Mussoorie provides a fascinating bird’s eye view of the town and the Himalayan ranges. It is also a one stop destination for trying a hand at plenty of activities such as the mountain climbing, trekking, etc. It is undoubtedly, one of the perfect places to shrug of all the stress and rejuvenate in the lap of nature.

Mount Abu:
Mount Abu located in the Sirohi district of Rajasthan is a magnetic hill station, bestowed with lots of visual wonders that amaze the tourists. A holiday to this place guarantees more than just an awe-inspiring visual treat. The mind blowing views, magnificent panorama, fragrant ambience and the friendly locals join their hands to welcome the visitors to this paradise. It is an excellent hill retreat that provides a perfect party atmosphere. There are also many exquisite spots, marvelous flora and fauna and awesome picnic locations that allure thousands of tourists to have a fulfilling vacation.

Mahabaleshwar:
Mahabaleshwar (also a famous honeymoon spot) is a majestic hill station that is nestled in the Satara district of Maharashtra. It is merely an eight hours drive from Mumbai. It is famous worldwide for its cheap and best accommodation, bustling marketplace and the strawberry fields. The unparallel natural beauty, beautiful peaks and wonderful streams provide a great environment to the visitors to party hard and rejuvenate their senses. This remarkable hill station provides a refreshing ambience where the travelers can see the stunning vistas of the Mother Nature at its full bloom. If the tourists are hunting for the all inclusive Christmas holiday packages in India to celebrate the festival in the revitalizing ambiance of nature, especially with their adorable partners, then there is no other delightful or tranquil place like Mahabaleshwar.

Wednesday, December 17, 2014

How to Search Google Like a Professional













Google is a powerful tool, but you’re missing out on a lot of that power if you just type words into it. Master Google and find the best results faster with these search tricks.
Whether you’re an inexperienced user or a seasoned professional, you’ll probably find at least one search operator you weren’t aware of here. Many of Google’s search operators aren’t very well-known.

Exact Words and Phrases

One of the most basic and widely known search tricks is using quotation marks to search for an exact phrase. For example, perform the following search and you’ll only get pages that contain the word “Hello” followed by the word “World.”

“Hello World”



This same method now works for exact-word queries. For example, if you search for “cricket,” Google will also show pages that contain the words “cricketers.” Previously, you’d use a plus sign and search for +cricket, but now you have to enclose the word in quotes:

“cricket” or +cricket

Excluding a Word 


The minus sign allows you to specify words that shouldn’t appear in your results. For example, if you’re looking for pages about sports that don’t mention cricket, use the following search:

sports -cricket




Site Search


The site: operator allows you to perform a search in a specific site. 

site:sakshi.com ys jagan
site:eenadu.net ap cm chandrababu

You can also use the site: operator to specify a domain. For example, if you’re looking for high-quality references, you could use site:.edu to only pull up results from .edu domains.

Related Words


The tilde (~) operator is the opposite of enclosing a single word in quotes — it searches for related words, not just the word you type. For example, if you ran the following search, you’d find search results with words similar to “ys jagan”:

~ ys jagan


The Wildcard


The asterisk (*) is a wildcard that can match any word. For example, if you wanted to see what companies Google has purchased and how much they paid, you could use this search:

"google puchased * for *  dollars"


Time Ranges


A little-known search operator allows you to specify a specific time range. For example, use the following search to find results about ys jagan from between 2009 and 2014:

ys jagan 2009..2014


File Type 


The filetype: operator lets you search for files of a specific file type. For example, you could search for only PDF files.

filetype: pdf google

















One Word or the Other


The “OR” operator lets you find words that contain one term or another. For example, using the following search will pull up results that contain either the word “sakshi” or the word “eenadu” The word “OR” must be in uppercase.

sakshi or eenadu

Word Definitions


You don’t have to Google a word and look for a dictionary link if you want to see its definition. Use the following search trick and you’ll see an inline definition:

define: folks


Calculator


calc


Translate


translate: english to telugu


Tuesday, December 09, 2014

How to Automatically Clear Private Data When You Close Your Browser

Web browsers normally save your private data – history, cookies, searches, downloads, and more – and only delete it when you ask. If you are constantly clearing it, you can have any browser automatically clear private data when you close it.
Note that, if you set your browser to automatically clear your cookies when you close it, you will have to log into the websites you use each time you open your browser. Clearing cache files will cause websites to load more slowly after you restart your browser.

Google Chrome

Google Chrome doesn’t include the ability to automatically clear all your private data when you close it. However, you can have Chrome automatically clear cookies on exit or use an extension to have it automatically clear everything.
To get started, open the Settings screen from Chrome’s menu.

Click the Show advanced settings link at the bottom of the Settings page.

Click the Content settings button under the Privacy header.

Under Cookies, select “Keep local data only until I quit my browser” and click OK. When you close Chrome, it will now automatically clear your cookies.
If you want to clear all your private data when you close Chrome, install the Click&Clean extension from the Chrome Web Store.
After installing it, click the Click&Clean button on your browser toolbar and select Options.

Enable the “Delete private data when Chrome closes” option under Extra. You can control which types of data will be automatically deleted using the options in this window.

Mozilla Firefox

Firefox has the built-in ability to clear all your private data when you close it – no extensions required. To get started, open the Firefox menu and select Options.

Select the Privacy icon and choose “Use custom settings for history.” Enable the “Clear history when Firefox closes” check box.

To control which types of private data Firefox automatically clears, click the Settings button and choose the types of private date you don’t want.

Internet Explorer

Internet Explorer has the built-in ability to clear its private data when you close it, too. Click the gear icon and select Internet options to get started.

On the General tab, enable the “Delete browsing history on exit” option.

Click the Delete button to customize which types of data Internet Explorer will clear. You may want to uncheck “Preserve Favorites website data” or Internet Explorer will keep cookies and cache files for websites you have saved as favorites.
Click the Delete button when you are done. Internet Explorer will immediately clear your private data and then clear it each time you close your browser.

OPERA

Opera doesn’t include a feature that can automatically delete all your private data when it closes. However, you can have Opera clear cookies and cache files automatically, as well as prevent Opera from saving your browsing history.

To get started, open the Opera menu, point to Settings, and select Preferences.
On the Advanced tab, select Cookies and enable the “Delete new cookies when exiting Opera” option. Opera will clear any new cookies each time you close it.
Note that this won’t clear any cookies you already have in Opera. To clear them, use Opera’s Delete Private Data tool or click the Manage Cookies button.

Select the History section and click “Empty on exit” to have Opera automatically clear its cache on close. You can also set the Addresses box to 0 to have Chrome never keep a history of websites you visit.
To clear all your private data in Opera, you will need to use the Delete Private Data feature manually or use private-browsing mode when accessing websites you don’t want appearing in your history.

Note that you will have to close your browser entirely to clear its private data. For example, if you have several Firefox windows open and only close one of them, Firefox won’t automatically clear all your private data. You will have to close every Firefox window first.

Sunday, December 07, 2014

Why are all we Reactive People, Not Proactive ???

Babu Mohan's Eldest son Palli Pavan kumar died in a road accident on 13 October 2003 Monday.

Kota Srinivasa Rao's Son Kota Venkata Anjaneya Prasad aged 39, died in a road accident on 20 June 2010 Sunday in Hyderabad.




Mohammed Azharuddin's 19 year old son Ayazuddin died in a road accident On 16 September 2011 Friday,  (gifted a brand new Suzuki GSX-R1000 superbike)

Komatireddy Venkat Reddy's only son, Komatireddy Prateek Reddy, aged 19 and B.Tech 1st Year Student of CBIT died in a road accident on 20 December 2011 Tuesday on Outer Ring Road in Hyderabad.



Kinjarapu Yerran Naidu met an accident then he died with heart attack in his native district Srikakulam, Andhra Pradesh around 2:00 am of 2 November 2012 Friday (aged 55) Ranasthalam. 

Shobha Nagi Reddy met an accident in the late hours of 23 April 2014, the SUV (Mitsubishi) in which Shobha was travelling overturned near Gugagundam Metta. Later she died undergoing treatment in Care hospital in Hyderabad on 24 April 2014 Thursday (Aged 45).

Former MP and actor Nandamuri Harikrishna’s son Nandamuri Janakiram aged 42 was killed in a ghastly road accident near Akupamula crossroads on the Hyderabad-Vijayawda highway on 6 December 2014 Saturday evening.
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