Live your dream’s or just forget them



Today if you don’t follow your dreams then one day will definitely  come  when you would  be  running in the race of  stymied persons and achieving nothing out of it .

pdf_110602114943well I tell you one story  about  a visionary personal who is one of my role models in life who is Dhirubhai ambani .Dhirubhai started his first textile mill at Naroda, near Ahmedabad and launched the brand “Vimal”,which later  diversified into petrochemicals ,Telecommunications, Information Technology, Energy, Power, Retail, Textiles, Capital Markets and Logistics.

He rose from humble beginnings to create India’s largest industrial empire, and in the process, became one of the world’s richest men. He rewrote India’s corporate history for which he was featured among the select Forbes billionaires list. He also figured in the Sunday Times list of top 50 businessmen in Asia.

Dhirubhai was praised for his key role in shaping India’s stock market culture by attracting hordes of retail investors to a market monopolized by state-run financial institutions.

He never followed the traditional way and was often targeted for his business strategies due to which he courted controversy all throughout his life. The ‘Dhirubhai school of management’ firmly believed that the only thing which mattered were the end results and the benefits which infiltrated  directly to the shareholders.

Dhirubai believed in his dreams and he lived it.A visionary by birth, his life has been an inspiration for many and will serve as a beacon light for the generations to come.

Now you know what can be done and what you lose if you don’t follow your decisive dream’s in life.Every secluded body thinks his or her own ways. Some people are bound to glean their career as  well considered by their parents .They think by doing so they can manage ways to first suffice their parents dream’s and then can change their career  path.

But simply following their  parents’s dreams will make a entity convergent towards a rough road where the entity cant press the break shoe.once a person start making compromise ,will always have to do it ,and thereby making a habit of saying yes to things which he or she is not willing to do .

Every child when gets in a  age where he can be said a mature body ,has a thought ,running in the back of the mind where he want’s to become something or she wants to achieve something. For instance I also thought in my age that I would become the owner of all the computers in the world but that’s was a inspiration which brought me into the field of computers .

So that is what I like the most ,that inspiration which drives you to do something to achieve your dreams,parents should not impose any conditions on the aspiring minds of those students or children’s who like to dream something big.

Their are certain rumination about how ,we can follow our dreams and what if we fail ?This one is simple to answer that what and if are the only two clauses which human beings have used to achieve what till date they have got.You should always look what can be done to follow you dream’s ,for that what is necessary is to have a role model in your life .

If always make sure’s the decisions ,which you plan in life .I think to actualize our dream’s a planning is always necessary,when we plan,, we can see the future lies in our pocket with all the probabilities happening at the same time with equal distribution.

Following your small dream’s always count ,specially when you grow old .It leaves a trail of what you have done to achieve them.Life is all about making everything count.

Its always better to work in an environment where you can breathe your thoughts brimming everywhere ,rather than making money without any interest  of the kind of work you are doing for other’s.

Pragmatically speaking when you work for your own ,you are stimulated with the peculiar’s ,specially at work and if it is your dream they your efficiency of working is immense .

Coming late  to home after doing the work you love to do is  far better than returning tired from doing a tedious work which you are not interested.

Money matters but dreams are far more above than that .Money may give you comfort but fulfilling your dream’s will give you mental satisfaction  which is paramount in today’s world and each day living it make life a worth place to hang around.

I am doing the same so I advice my readers to live your dreams from today on wards and start running towards your dreams ,your aspiration ,rather than running with a bunch of stymied peoples.

As someone has rightly told us “The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dream’s“.


Google penetration Risk

Attack on Google’s Palestine Site Shows Risks of Foreign Domain


As this week’s hacking attacks against Google, Twitter and the New York Times demonstrate, the dispersed nature of the Internet — a core trait that makes the Web so powerful — also leaves it vulnerable to being hijacked.

All three incidents showed the fragility of the Domain Name System that computers rely on to find each other on the Internet, an issue security experts have grappled with for decades. Yet the attack that hit Google offers a particularly instructive lesson about how even large companies with big security budgets can lose control over their foreign sites.

Google, which was infiltrated in 2009 by hackers from China, now has 300 information-security professionals focused on protecting data, a figure approaching bank-like proportions. Jamie Dimon, chief executive officer of JPMorgan Chase, the largest U.S. bank by assets, said in April that his bank has more than 600 employees dedicated to security.

Still, Google’s security force couldn’t stop hackers from breaking into a third-party service that manages Palestine’s .ps domain, changing the IP address of and temporarily redirecting traffic to an anti-Israel page.

Jay Nancarrow, a spokesman for Google, declined to comment on the company’s security. Google’s Palestine site itself wasn’t hacked, and the company is talking with the domain manager to resolve the issue, he said.

Widely used domains such as .com and .net are operated by registrars such as VeriSign and NeuStar, which have security features that cost as little as $50 a year to prevent tampering with Web-address records. But many regional domains are managed by local companies that don’t offer the same protections, said Paco Hope, a principal consultant with Cigital Inc., a cybersecurity consultancy.

In some places, only one company may be in charge of managing a country’s domain, leaving customers such as Google vulnerable should employees at the local company get hacked, Hope said.

“The weakest link is always the human,” he said.

The attacks on Twitter and The New York Times were made possible by a breach at Melbourne IT, an Australian Web-services provider where a reseller’s account was compromised by a phishing email. It’s not known how Google’s Palestine partner was hacked.

While none of the attacks caused lasting damage, they are a reminder that the machine that makes the Internet work is vast and varied. And the weakest link threatening a global brand may be these obscure, far-flung companies responsible for keeping these foreign sites online

India’s Blemished condition

PM admits he cleared coal block allocation to Hindalco

PM admits he cleared coal block allocation to Hindalco
The Prime Minister’s Office vigorously rebutted the CBI’s claim of illegality, saying the PM stood by the decision as no wrong had been committed.Scams are just a one step behind story.For a common man its just another story .Now PM admits it that the coal was given to HINDALCO.
As a indian i just feel that we should be focussing on how these scam should be avoided ,so that everybody can be at a watchdog level.
On a lucid way it should be under some protocols ,so that we indians dont have to worry about these scams and all.
pragmatically speaking generally people dont know how many zeros are there in the amount grabbled in these scams.
Man mohan singh office on Saturday ended its silence on the latest and possibly most explosive development in Coalgate by acknowledging that Manmohan Singh put his stamp of approval (on October 1, 2005) on the allocation of a coal block to top industrialist Kumar Birla’s Hindalco. At the same time, it vigorously rebutted the Central Bureau of Investigation’s claim of illegality, saying the PM stood by the decision as no wrong had been committed.Taking what is being seen in political and bureaucratic circles as an uncharacteristically strong stand, the PMO said, “The PM is satisfied that the final decision in this regard was entirely appropriate and based on merits of the case placed before him.”The PMO statement comes after retired coal secretary P C Parakh — booked along with Birla for alleged criminal conspiracy and misconduct, and corruption – said that if CBI thought there were irregularities, then the PM ought to be “accused No 1” for giving his approval.

With the opposition baying for his resignation, Singh’s move to forthrightly own up to having sought a reassessment of Hindalco’s case after a representation by Odisha chief minister Naveen Patnaik appears intended to cap a politically debilitating controversy.

But by doing so, Singh, who at the time held charge of the coal ministry, accepted he was the “competent authority” who signed off on the coal allocations in the 2006-09 period – under CBI’s lens — when he held charge of the portfolio. On whether the PM would be ready to be questioned in any Coalgate case, as suggested by senior minister Kamal Nath, a PMO spokesperson declined comment, saying CBI was yet to make such a request.

The PMO said it didn’t wish to impede the CBI’s investigation, but justified altering the screening committee’s earlier decision to award the coal block in question to public sector companies Neyveli Lignite Corp (NLC) and Mahanadi Coalfields Ltd (MCL) by relying heavily on Patnaik’s backing to Hindalco.

In accommodating Hindalco as the third partner in a joint venture, PM also waived a violation in guidelines to enhance the firm’s share by arguing that NLC and Mahanadi were “sister PSUs” and Neyveli’s share could be made good from Mahanadi’s 70% allocation.

It invoked the “federal framework” to say Patnaik’s views had to be accommodated, and claimed that public sector claimants had not been disadvantaged.

Countering criticism that private sector Hindalco had been favoured, PMO said the coal requirements of the two PSUs, who also sought the blocks, were protected in a separate arrangement.

Neyveli Lignite was originally allotted Talabira II coal blocks in Sambhalpur by the screening committee headed by then coal secretary P C Parakh as the panel held that Hindalco had failed to utilize a previously allocated block. The committee also said Hindalco had been provided adequate coal linkages from MLC, which it had failed to utilize. It was felt NLC and Mahanadi could together develop Talabira II and III to extract an additional 30 million tonnes of coal.

The coal ministry altered the screening committee’s decision and gave Hindalco a 15% stake in a joint venture with NLC and Mahanadi, said the PMO, after considering representations from Birla and Patnaik, which were referred to it by the PM.

PMO said while the original recommendation was being processed by it, the PM received a letter dated 17.8.2005 from the Odisha CM saying that the state government assigned “topmost priority” to allocating Talabira II to Hindalco. Singh noted “please get a report from the coal ministry” on the letter.

Birla in his letter also sought the linkage and officials said he explained that Hindalco had not been able to use its previous allocation as a bauxite lease for its aluminium plant had not materialized.

Coal ministry resubmitted the file on 16.9.2005 proposing that Talabira II and III be mined as a single entity by the JV. Mahanadi’s holdings would be proportionate to the extractable reserves in Talabira III or 70% of annual production.

The coal ministry told the PM that the total requirement of coal from the blocks by the main contenders was 503 million tons. The ministry said the claim of Orissa Sponge Iron Ltd would be accommodated elsewhere and Mahanadi was made a partner along with Hindalco and NLC.

Neyveli could not be dropped as it was a central PSU backed by the screening committee. In its account, PMO has leaned on the Odisha CM’s “clear preference” for Hindalco in the “interest of creating more employment and growth of the state’s manufacturing sector.”

IT Industries and its changing scenario


Information technology (IT) is the application of computers and telecommunications equipment to store, retrieve, transmit and manipulate data,often in the context of a business or other enterprise.Today  Market has changed a lot right from 2010 its been a economic crisis in the country.

Many It industries believe that it will reshape its identity till the year 2015 but ever since there are no signs of improvement in the conditions .

The Information technology industry in India has gained a brand identity as a knowledge economy due to its IT and ITES sector, the growth in the service sector in India has been led by the IT–ITES sector, contributing substantially to increase in GDP, employment, and exports.

The sector has increased its contribution to India’s GDP from 1.2% in FY1998 to 7.5% in FY2012.[1] According to NASSCOM, the IT–BPO sector in India aggregated revenues of US$100 billion in FY2012, where export and domestic revenue stood at US$69.1 billion and US$31.7 billion respectively, growing by over 9%. The major cities that account for about nearly 90% of this sectors exports are BangaloreChennaiHyderabadDelhiMumbai and Kolkata.

Bangalore is considered to be the Silicon Valley of India because it is the leading IT exporter.[2][3] Export dominate the IT–ITES industry, and constitute about 77% of the total industry revenue.

Though the IT–ITES sector is export driven, the domestic market is also significant with a robust revenue growth.[1] The industry’s share of total Indian exports (merchandise plus services) increased from less than 4% in FY1998 to about 25% in FY2012. According to Gartner, the “Top Five Indian IT Services Providers” are Tata Consultancy ServicesInfosysCognizantWipro and HCL Technologies.[4]


This sector has also led to massive employment generation. The industry continues to be a net employment generator – expected to add 230,000 jobs in FY2012, thus providing direct employment to about 2.8 million, and indirectly employing 8.9 million people.[1] Generally dominant player in the global outsourcing sector. However, the sector continues to face challenges of competitiveness in the globalized and modern world, particularly from countries like China and Philippines.

India’s growing stature in the Information Age enabled it to form close ties with both the United States of America and the European Union. However, the recent global financial crises has deeply impacted the Indian IT companies as well as global companies. As a result hiring has dropped and their is a state of  uncertainity in the minds of youth .

Though jobs are there in the ITES and IT sector still there not sufficient jobs available for the graduates and specially the jobs which they want to work in.