Friday, 21 July 2017

చెప్పండి కాస్త మీరు



ఇప్పటి వరకు ఇంగ్లీష్ లో టైప్ చేస్తే తెలుగు కొరకు నేను బర్హా ఉపకరణం  వాడుతున్నాను. మంచి ఉపకరణం ఇబ్బందులు లేనిది చెప్పండి కాస్త మీరు :)

Sunday, 9 July 2017

గోవు మా లచ్మికి కోటిదండాలు.


గోవు చుట్టూ ప్రదక్షిణం చేస్తే పుణ్యమంటారు. నేడురాజకీయ
   పక్షాలన్నీ గోవు చుట్టూ ప్రదక్షిణం చేస్తున్నాయి,ఎంత పుణ్యం దక్కేనో ....


Tuesday, 6 June 2017

How British media reported London terror attacks

How British media reported London terror attacks

London Terror attack: A look at how British media reported on "carnage" at London Bridge

By: Express Web Delhi | New Delhi | Published:June 4, 2017 2:32 pm
London attack, UK attack, London terror attack, uk police, world news
Police officers guard the approach to Southwark Bridge after an incident near London Bridge in London, Britain June 4, 2017. REUTERS/Neil Hall
At least six people were killed and 48 others injured in a terror attack on late Saturday night in London, after a white van mowed down pedestrians on London Bridge and three attackers stabbed multiple people at Borough Market.
The suspects, after ploughing through the pedestrians, stepped out of the vehicle at the nearby Borough market and began stabbing revelers with knife. A transport officer was also stabbed and was seriously injured, police said. Police officials later gunned down the three suspects. The officials also classified the events as acts of terror.
The incident sparked nationwide panic in the UK, with the attack coming just four days before the General Elections. British PM Theresa May said that she will chair a COBRA meeting to discuss the attack.
Here is a look at how various British newspapers reported the incident:
The Sunday Telegraph
The Sunday Telegraph described the incident as “carnage” in a double-deck headline on its front page.  The report described the attacks as “coordinated” and also mentioned that the incident came just two weeks after suicide bombing in Manchester Arena. The headline also pointed towards the earlier attack with “terrorists strike again” written in single quotes.
Sunday Express
The Sunday Express also featured the image of London Bridge and with the headline, “Terror at London Bridge”, written in bold.  It claimed that the white van was travelling at 50 mph when it hit the pedestrians at the south end of the bridge. The report also carried eyewitnesses accounts who were present on the bridge when the attack took place.
The Sunday Times
The Sunday Times  report described the attack as “carnage” and also featured eyewitness accounts. The copy mentioned the two men whose image was leaked on social media, who were reportedly shot down by police and were wearing, what looked to be, “suicide vests”. The police later said that the images of the man wearing bomb vests were “hoaxes”. The image used on the front page shows civilians and authorities helping those who were injured.
The Mail
The Mail Front page featured just the image of two bodies on the pavement of Borough Market, which was leaked on social media, along with the question, “Were these the bridge killers?” A small box in the bottom corner describes Saturday’s night events as “shocking” and also mentions that one of the suspected terrorist appears to be wearing a “suicide vest”. The newspaper carried a detailed report on the incident in its inside pages.
The Sun
The Sun ran their copy saying that seven people were killed, much before the official death toll was revealed by authorities. The headline of the report described Saturday’s events as “London Bridge Terror”. In a small box on the front page, the report said that the attack was carried out by “a gang of five terrorists”, when police have officially said that only three suspected terrorists were behind the attack.
Courtesy Indian express.
Can we expect our media to react like this for such an incident?

Sunday, 16 April 2017

Solar Power

We are using electrical appliances with alternate power supply from solar, since last four years and the following is my experience


Solar Panels  Rs. 60 per watt was the rate previously and it is now reduced to Rs.50 per watt. The residents of apartments also can utilise this. The solar panels are available in varied ranges of wattage and the warranty is 25 yeras. The panels are available in 12v/24v. We can utilise them as per our requirement.


1.5 KVA Invertor charger costs Rs.10,000/- at present and it was around 13000/- and beyond/ The rate is now reduced. We were at loss as we have purchased a unit which is not correctly supported by after sale service. There are many companies supplying the units with after sale service, so purchase unit which will give you after sale service.
150 X 2 AH Battery set Rs.24,000
This is the most important part of the installation. previously the cost of the battery set is around 30,000/- and now it is reduced to 24,000/- 

I have given you the costs for an installation of 1.5 kva invertor charger and 600 watts solar panels and 150 X 2 battery for back up. 

These costs have come down due to the subsidy by the central Government. The AP Govt. is giving subsidy for an installation with 3 phase, on purchasing scheme of the power not used by us.  Giving subsidy for installations of single phase will give a boost to this scheme. Hope the Govt. will do so in future. 

Tuesday, 28 March 2017

ఉగాది శుభకామనలు


హేమలంబ నామ సంవత్సర ఉగాది శుభకామనలు.

Sunday, 26 March 2017

లక్ష్మణ ఫలం



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Thursday, 16 February 2017

Google- తెలిస్తే చెప్పండి.

తెలిస్తే చెప్పండి.

గూగుల్ ఇస్తున్న బ్లాగర్ బ్లాగులో టపా కింద కామెంట్ బాక్స్ కనపడుతుంది. దానికిందనున్న ఒక చిన్న గడిలో నొక్కితే Follow up comments will be sent to  'xxxx@gmail.com' ఇలా వస్తుంది. ఆ తరవాత ఆ బ్లాగులో ఆ టపాకింద ఎవరు కామెంట్ చేసినా మన మఎయిల్ అడ్రస్ కి ఆ కామెంట్ వస్తుంది.   కాని గత రెండు రోజులుగా ఇలా కామెంట్లు ఎవరి బ్లాగునుంచీ రావటం లేదు...దీని గురించి ఎవరికైనా తెలుసా! తెలిస్తే చెప్పండి.. ఇది గూగుల్ వారికి చెప్పాలంటే ఎలా?