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April 25th, 2014 by kunal

Yesterday, I got the Nokia’s upcoming lumia…The Lumia 630. This is the first time I am having a WINDOWS PHONE anyway I got it for one day, & Now I thought that I should write a review……


The 4.5 in display is good (in my terms)..Text appear sharp & color was well produced. I don’t like the Viewing angles because color desaturate when seeing a phone from a different angle.

Sunlight readablity was ok when set brightness to high.


Hardware & Performance:

Here, It wins my heart, really impressive performance, no lags nothing lacks here afterall Nokia has added the superb Snapdragon 400 SoC this time.


Like the other lumia phones it is also have that plastic back side cover (removing that back cover, was not so easy :’), So not nothing new here.


The phone has two sim card slots (both are micro sim). Call quality is good but not that much (maybe this is only in my review unit).

Phone has 3G, WiFi, Bluetooth ,GPS & all that sharing stuff which worked very good.

Downloading is really enjoyable in this phone. (I remember I was able to download Trial Xtreme 3 in just 10 mins…I mean Whoa!!..)


This is the part is the deciding factor of the phone. This lumia boasts a 5 MP camera with no LED flash support (nokia, what happened, dude).

But let me tell you, This 5 MP sensor really played well.

The phone comes preloaded with 4 camera vision (you can get store)

The nokia camera (i tried it for the 1st time & enjoyed it) has many creativity features & I remember, I was walking on middle of the road photographing all my surroundings….& people there were staring me……:D . I will soon upload some camera samples & that will help you to decide.

Nokia claims that this is best budget camera phone yet. I guarantee that it is……


Awesome phone with a big screen , stylish back cover, Giant processor, & Awesome camera. So buddy what do you want in 12K…huh!

Pros: Big Screen, Superb processor, Above average camera…

Cons: No LED flash, call quality, No front camera

So, this was my review for Nokia Lumia 630. I don’t know if the problem stated in review (if any…;) is in my unit or whatever……See you next time…till then do what you want….:P

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June 8th, 2013 by admin

Here are Toll Free numbers in India …..very very useful…!!!!

Indian Airlines – 1800 180 1407
Jet Airways – 1800 225 522
Spice Jet – 1800 180 3333
Air India – 1800 227 722
Kingfisher -1800 180 0101

ABN AMRO – 1800 112 224
Canara Bank – 1800 446 000
Citibank – 1800 442 265
Corporation Bank – 1800 443 555
Development Credit Bank – 1800 225 769
HDFC Bank – 1800 227 227
ICICI Bank – 1800 333 499
ICICI Bank NRI -1800 224 848
IDBI Bank -1800 116 999
Indian Bank -1800 425 1400
ING Vysya -1800 449 900
Kotak Mahindra Bank – 1800 226 022
Lord Krishna Bank -1800 112 300
Punjab National Bank – 1800 122 222
State Bank of India – 1800 441 955
Syndicate Bank – 1800 446 655

Mahindra Scorpio -1800 226 006
Maruti -1800 111 515
Tata Motors – 1800 255 52
Windshield Experts – 1800 113 636

Computers / IT
Adrenalin – 1800 444 445
AMD -1800 425 6664
Apple Computers-1800 444 683
Canon -1800 333 366
Cisco Systems- 1800 221 777
Compaq – HP -1800 444 999
Data One Broadband – 1800 424 1800
Dell -1800 444 026
Epson – 1800 44 0011
eSys – 3970 0011
Genesis Tally Academy – 1800 444 888
HCL – 1800 180 8080
IBM – 1800 443 333
Lexmark – 1800 22 4477
Marshal’s Point -1800 33 4488
Microsoft – 1800 111 100
Microsoft Virus Update – 1901 333 334
Seagate – 1800 180 1104
Symantec – 1800 44 5533
TVS Electronics-1800 444 566
WeP Peripherals-1800 44 6446
Wipro – 1800 333 312
Xerox – 1800 180 1225
Zenith – 1800 222 004

Indian Railways

General Enquiry 131

Central Enquiry 131
Reservation 131
Railway Reservation Enquiry 1345, 1335, 1330
Centralised Railway Enquiry 133, 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 & 9

Couriers / Packers & Movers
ABT Courier – 1800 448 585
AFL Wizz – 1800 229 696
Agarwal Packers & Movers – 1800 114 321
Associated Packers P Ltd –  1800 214 560
DHL – 1800 111 345
FedEx – 1800 226 161
Goel Packers & Movers –  1800 11 3456
UPS – 1800 227 171

Home Appliances
Aiwa/Sony – 1800 111 188
Anchor Switches – 1800 227 7979
Blue Star – 1800 222 200
Bose Audio –  1800 112 673
Bru Coffee Vending Machines – 1800 4 7171
Daikin Air Conditioners – 1800 444 222
DishTV – 1800 123 474
Faber Chimneys – 1800 214 595
Godrej – 1800 225 511
Grundfos Pumps – 1800 334 555
LG – 1901 180 9999
Philips – 1800 224 422
Samsung – 1800 113 444
Sanyo – 1800 110 101
Voltas – 1800 334 546
WorldSpace Satellite Radio – 1800 445 432

Investments / Finance 
CAMS – 1800 442 267
Chola Mutual Fund – 1800 222 300
Easy IPO’s – 3030 5757
Fidelity Investments – 1800 180 8000
Franklin Templeton Fund – 1800 425 4255
J M Morgan Stanley – 1800 220 004

Kotak Mutual Fund – 1800 222 626
LIC Housing Finance – 1800 440 005
SBI Mutual Fund – 1800 223 040
Sharekhan – 1800 227 500
Tata Mutual Fund – 1800 220 101

Leisure Travels
Club Mahindra Holidays – 1800 334 539
Cox & Kings – 1800 221 235
God TV Tours – 1800 442 777
Kerala Tourism – 1800 444 747
Kumarakom Lake Resort – 1800 445 030
Raj Travels & Tours – 1800 229 900
Sita Tours –  1800 111 911
SOTC Tours – 1800 223 344

Best on Health – 1800 11 8899
Dr Batras –  1800 11 6767
GlaxoSmithKline – 1800 22 8797
Johnson & Johnson – 1800 22 8111
Kaya Skin Clinic – 1800 22 5292
LifeCell – 1800 44 5323
Manmar Technologies – 1800 33 4420
Pfizer – 1800 442 442
Roche Accu-Chek – 1800 11 45 46
Rudraksha – 1800 21 4708

AMP Sanmar – 1800 44 2200
Aviva – 1800 33 2244
Bajaj Allianz – 1800 22 5858
Chola MS General Insurance – 1800 44 5544
HDFC Standard Life – 1800 227 227.

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March 21st, 2011 by kunal

Mine inspiration….:

A very talanted…..

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March 21st, 2011 by kunal

Hi Guys,

Today I will share about how you can draw with flash cs5. As my aim is to be an ANIMATOR so i’m posting it.

First, Draw any kind of cartoon character , doesn’t matter the correctness because cartoons are funny, so i draw this (i know my drawing skills are not so good):

That's my cartoon..

The above cartoon is made by me (Funny :)).

Second, import it in flash..


Third, Just make some shapes on sketch like you are making outline of it by using oval tool, rectangle & line tool..etc.

Fourth, Just keep it up…and at the end just fill the color one thing about me is that i don’t have colorlense in my eyes..:(

That’s it…

Have a nice day…!!

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May 22nd, 2010 by admin

Do not just have career or academic goals. Set goals to give you a balanced, successful life. I use the word balanced before successful. Balanced means ensuring your health, relationships, mental peace are all in good order. There is no point of getting a promotion on the day of your breakup. There is no fun in driving a car if your back hurts. Shopping is not enjoyable if our mind is full of tensions.

Life is one of those races in nursery school where you have to run with a marble in a spoons kept in your month. If the marble falls, there is no point coming first. Same is with life where health & relationships are the marble. Your striving is only worth it if there is harmony in your life. Else you may achieve the success, but this spark, this feeling of being excited and alive, will start to die.

One thing about nurturing spark – don’t take life seriously. Life is not meant to be taken seriously, as we are really temporary here. We are like a pre-paid card with limited validity. If we are lucky, we may last another 50 years. And 50 years is just 25,00 weekends. Do we really need to get so worked up?

It’s okay, bunk a few classes, scoring low in couple of papers, goof up a few interviews, take leave from work, Enjoy with your friends, fall in love, little fights with your loved Ones. We’re people , not programmed devices.

Do not be serious, be sincere

-Chetan Bhagat at Symbiosis

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March 24th, 2010 by admin

1. Do not write “the same” in an email – it makes little sense to them.

Example – I will try to organize the project artifacts and inform you of the same when it is done.

This is somewhat an Indian construct. It is better written simply as:
I will try to organize the project artifacts and inform you when that is done

2. Do not write or say, “I have some doubts on this issue” The term “Doubt” is used in the sense of doubting someone – we use this term because in Indian languages (such as Tamil), the word for a “doubt” and a “question” is the same.
The correct usage (for clients) is:
I have a few questions on this issue

3. The term “regard” is not used much in American English. They usually do not say “regarding this issue” or “with regard to this”. Simply use, “about this issue”.

4. Do not say “Pardon” when you want someone to repeat what they said. The word “Pardon” is unusual for them and is somewhat formal.

5. Americans do not understand most of the Indian accent immediately – They only understand 75% of what we speak and then interpret the rest.
Therefore try not to use shortcut terms such as “Can’t” or “Don’t”. Use the expanded “Cannot” or “Do not”.

6. Do not use the term “screwed up” liberally. If a situation is not good, it is better to say, “The situation is messed up”. Do not use words such as “shucks”, or “pissed off”.

7. As a general matter of form, Indians interrupt each other constantly in meetings – DO NOT interrupt a client when they are speaking. Over the phone, there could be delays – but wait for a short time before responding.

8. When explaining some complex issue, stop occasionally and ask “Does that make sense?”. This is preferable than “Do you understand me?”.

9. In email communications, use proper punctuation. To explain something, without breaking your flow, use semicolons, hyphens or parenthesis.
As an example:
You have entered a new bug (the popup not showing up) in the defect tracking system; we could not reproduce it – although, a screenshot would help.
Notice that a reference to the actual bug is added in parenthesis so that the sentence flow is not broken. Break a long sentence using such punctuation.

10. In American English, a mail is a posted letter. An email is electronic mail. When you say “I mailed the information to you” ,it means you sent an actual letter or package through the postal system.
The correct usage is:
“I emailed the information to you”

11. To “prepone” an appointment is an Indian usage. There is no actual word called prepone. You can “advance” an appointment.

12. In the term “N-tier Architecture” or “3-tier Architecture”, the word “tier” is NOT pronounced as “Tire”. I have seen many people pronounce it this way. The correct pronunciation is “tea-yar”. The “ti” is pronounced as “tea”.

13. The usages “September End”, “Month End”, “Day End” are not understood well by Americans. They use these as “End of September”, “End of Month” or “End of Day”.

14. Americans have weird conventions for time – when they say the time is “Quarter of One”, they mean the time is 1:15. Better to ask them the exact time.

15. Indians commonly use the terms “Today Evening”, “Today Night”. These are not correct; “Today” means “This Day” where the Day stands for Daytime. Therefore “Today Night” is confusing. The correct usages are:
“This Evening”, “Tonight”.
That applies for “Yesterday Night” and “Yesterday Evening”. The correct usages are: “Last Night” and “Last Evening”.

16. When Americans want to know the time, it is usual for them to say, “Do you have the time?” Which makes no sense to an Indian?

17. There is no word called “Updation”. You update somebody. You wait for updates to happen to the database. Avoid saying “Updation”.

18. When you talk with someone for the first time, refer to them as they refer to you – in America, the first conversation usually starts by using the first name. Therefore you can use the first name of a client. Do not say “Sir”. Do not call women “Madam”.

19. It is usual convention in initial emails (particularly technical) to expand abbreviations, this way:
We are planning to use the Java API For Registry (JAXR).

After mentioning the expanded form once, subsequently you can use the abbreviation.

20. Make sure you always have a subject in your emails and that the subject is relevant. Do not use a subject line such as HI.

21. Avoid using “Back” instead of “Back” Use “ago”. Back is the worst word for American. (for Days use “Ago”, For hours use “before”)

22. Avoid using “but” instead of “But” Use “However”.

23. Avoid using “Yesterday” hereafter use “Last day”.

24. Avoid using “Tomorrow” hereafter use “Next day”.

25. Ensure that you do not use the word “Problem”. This word gives a negative impact of the “Problem” being critical and having existed right from the beginning. You could, alternately, use the word “Issue”. This word has a lesser impact and as issues did not exist from the beginning (has just surfaced), they could be resolved in a lesser duration of time (unlike problems which needs to be solved and would take a greater time).

26. Avoid the usage of the word “Can”/”Will”. This word questions the listener of his ability to do “something”. Alternately use the word “Could”/”Would” or better still “May”. This is a polite way of requesting.
It also avoids questioning the ability as the listener is given an alternative and does not have an authoritative tone.

27. Avoid the usage of “Shall”/”Should”. These words do not have a confirmation/predictability tone attached to it. These words could, however, be used with the British clients that we might communicate with.

28. Do not use the word “But”, as this word is always used to give negative news. Use the word “However”, as it has a positive tone attached to it.

29. Use the word “Assist”, when you want to “Help” a person finish a task.
This is for the reason that when you assist a person, you work with him to get the task finished. If, however, you use the word “Help”, you would be saying that you will do the task all by yourself and do not need the other person’s presence or “assistance”.

30. Always judge a thing as “good” or “bad”. Do not say “it is different”, as the later is a polite way of saying it is bad.

31. Ensure that you don’t give the person a “Ring”, instead you give him a “Call”.

32. You don’t pay the “Bills”, you pay the “Check”, with the “Bills”.

33. Keep your sentences short and unambiguous and be confident in your tone

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February 28th, 2010 by admin

Vijay, located in New Delhi, is the co-owner of Websilt, along with you, the clients of  Websilt, located in your offices throughout the world. He is the visible face, obviously, because he is a full time hands on web design and development professional working for Websilt, and again, Websilt in turn is working for you.

Websilt is a full-service Web site design and Internet marketing service dedicated to affording you with attractive design and bang on marketing of Web sites. It’s a young company (with time and energy on its side). Vijay started his career almost four years ago, and has been providing cutting edge web design services ever since. Vijay is an M.Sc (IT) from Sikkim Manipal University and Bachelor of Arts (Honours) from Delhi University.

Websilt has emerged from the professional experience of Vijay attained from serving in successful companies over the years. He has a strong desire to strike out on his own, which along with his passionate interest in Internet technologies have helped the companies he has served as well. While working on your projects, he manages to communicate with you without using technical jargon, and that’s why he ends up with a better understanding of your requirements and specific problems being faced by you.

Vijay specializes in creating web pages that are compatible with all the browsers and and load faster, thus driving the message home with minimal fuss. Right now he is concentrating on keeping the overheads low which results in lower costs for you. It doesn’t matter where you are located, the level of service remains as personalized as it gets.

Last but not the least, Vijay looks at every website created as a part of his portfolio, and that’s the reason he feels the same way as he looks at his own website. Need we say more?

Interested in Me. Liked my work. Want me to work for you.
Write to me at

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