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Saturday, October 29, 2011

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APTDC offers a package of Nagarjuna Sagar and Srisailam tour | Food, accommodation etc are included in the package offered by APTDC

Nagarjuna Sagar
Weekends of city people are taking new shape.  Saturday and Sundays are now being spent along with families visiting new places and exploring the nature.
APTDC has introduced a new package to visit Nagarjuna Sagar and Srisailam.  Tour starts on Saturday morning and tourists can come back by Sunday evening.  Not only visiting Nagarjuna Sagar but also having the darshan of Lord Mallanna at Srisailam is possible with this package.  Facilities are provided to go along with the family.  Tourism department is planning to introduce this package on other days of the week also depending on the demand of the tourists.
Tour itinerary
  • Tour starts on the morning of Saturday at 06.30am from Tank bund.
  • The bus reaches Nagarjuna Sagar which is situated at a distance of 150kms from Hyderabad and the journey takes 3 hours.  Breakfast is provided at Nagarjuna sagar.
  • Tourists are taken in a boat called ‘Agasthya’ to Srisailam. After taking lunch the tourists are taken to have the darshan of Bhramaramba – Mallikarjuna swamy.
  • Night stay for tourists is arranged in AP tourism hotel.
Return journey: Next day tourists can enjoy the journey in ropeway to Patala Ganga.  Later return journey to Nagarjuna Sagar begins.
  • Breakfast is provided in Sagar.  Ethipothala, Dam and museum can be visited in Nagarjuna Sagar.  Lunch is provided by tourism department.
  • The bus reaches Hyderabad at 09.30pm marking the end of tour.
Charges: Rs.2,000 per adults and RS.1500 per children are collected in this tour.  RS.500 are charged extra for AC accommodation.  Food, accommodation and ropeway charges are included in this.
For more details one can call on the following number 9848540371, 9848007028, 040-2341 2129 or visit the website www.  Email Id is



This temple is located on the Karumpudi to Durgi route in Palanadu. Macherla is the nearest big junction. I have seen many times a board with a small girl picture during my chirala to Hyderabad trips as I was frequently visting my parents at my native place chirala 2004 onwards.
Adigoppula is the village nearby. away fromthe village after one km distance a side road leading to the fields of Adigoppla and the Lakshmi ammavari temple is located 6 kms away from the cross road.
The occassion is quite a good turn. at the instance of father in law of Rohini as they have prayed at the time of marriage and after they invited me to join them for the piligrimage on April 18 /19th 2009.
Bethamcharla Subba rao garu, father in law of Rohini and his family consisting of daughter Subhashini, grand children sweety and kuchulu and his wife and Kasturi (sister in law of BSR garu) and her husband Srnivas K .

It is a memorable trip as we prayed with intense faith that my daughter should join her husband in USA with in a short period. This happened, within the next week itself my daughter has gone to USA and joined her husband.

I am indebted to the Godess for this very kind act and will be visiting the temple once again in the near future.

The temple islocated 6 kms away from the main road and the there is no temple as such it is in the open under a tree. Kode duda are brought and the same are made to go round the place socalled temple with out any built structure. Then, Bali is given with male chicken and we had prasadam by 3 pm. After that I returned to Hyderabd from there itself. Others have travelled back to Piduguralla.

Local Godess NeelamPati Srilakshmi Amma Varu Temple
15th Century history
She was born in Yaganti Vamsam.She is Considered an Avathara of Godess Parvathi Devi
This Place is Worshiped on Sunday & Thursday
Piligrim comes from surrounding districts(Prakasam,Krishna,Nalgonda).

Thursday, October 27, 2011

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Upcoming Recruitment Notifications During 2011 - 2012 | VRO, VRA, UPSC, APPSC Jobs

Following are details of some of the upcoming recruitment notifications to be released by the UPSC and State Governments during 2011- 2012. Details such as eligibility, application procedure, Examination pattern etc will be provided after the release of respective notifications. The Government of Andhra Pradesh is gearing up for massive recruitments in various departments. The Government is gearing up to fill about 1,16,000 vacancies in Education, Police, Health, Excise, Revenue and Engineering Departments.  Here are latest updates of these recruitments:

Village Revenue Assistant (VRA) recruitment: The Govt. of Andhra Pradesh will fill up 6063 Village Revenur Assistants posts very soon. Details of posts, district wise vacancies, eligibility and selection procedure are also available for these posts. Scroll down below for latest update on 2nd August 2011.

Village Revenue Officers (VRO) : The Government of AP is likely to recruit 1564 Village Revenue Officers (VROs) in the pay scale of Rs. 7740 - 23040. Eligibility is pass in 10th Class. Selection will be through written examination which contains questions on general knowledge. Update is available at the end of this post.

Degree College Lecturers on Contract Basis: Collegiate Education, Govt. of Andhra Pradesh has issued orders to renew the appointment / recruitment of Contract Lecturers in Degree Colleges in the state of Andhra Pradesh. The Depart of Higher Education will recruit 1766 posts on contract basis through this orders. New candidates will be recruited for the new vacancies.

Posts in BC Welfare Department: The Government of Andhra Pradesh has sanctioned 154 additions posts to supervise the activities of various post metric scholarships for BC students in the state. Vacancies are available in the levels of director, district and field workers. Details of new posts are Additional Director - 1 post; Joint Directors - 3 posts; Deputy Directors - 11 posts; Assistant BC Welfate Officers - 35 posts; Superintendents - 26 posts; Senior Assistants - 29 posts and Junior Assistants - 49 posts. Notification for the recruitment of these posts will be released soon.

1. Hostel Welfare Officers Grade 2: The Govt. of Andhra Pradesh will release notification to fill up 300 posts of Hostel Welfare Officers in BC Social Welfare Hostels located in the state of Andhra Pradesh. Eligibility for these posts is Graduation along with B.Ed. Selection will be through Written Examination. Pay Scale for these jobs in Rs. 10900 - 31550.

2. Village Revenue Officers (VRO) : The Government of AP is likely to recruit 1564 Village Revenue Officers (VROs) in the pay scale of Rs. 7740 - 23040. Eligibility is pass in 10th Class. Selection will be through written examination which contains questions on general knowledge.

3. Police Constables (PC): AP State Police Recruitment Board is proposed to recruit 15000 police constables for the requirements in Ministry of Home Affairs, Govt. of AP. Intermediate qualified candidates are eligible for these jobs. Selection will be based on physical test, written test and medical examination. Pay Scale for Police Constables is Rs. 8440 - 24950.

4. Vacancies in Village Panchayat Services: The government is contemplating to recruit 40000 candidates for various vacancies available in Andhra Pradesh Village Panchayat Services. Vacancies are available in the positions of Panchayat Development Officers, Junior Engineers, Accountants cum Data Entry Operators, Assistant Extension Officers etc. It is estimated that there are 250 vacancies in the Extension Officers posts. Eligibility: Graduation / Intermediate / SSC.

5. Excise Constables: The Govt. of AP will be recruiting Excise Constables after a long time. There will be about 1500 posts for which notification is likely to be announced very soon. Tenth Class passed candidates are eligible for these jobs. Selection will be through Physical Test and Written Examination.

6. Junior Assistants and Computer Operators: There are about 1000 vacancies of Junior Assistants, Typist cum Computer Operators in the Department of Revenue, Govt. of AP, for which notification is yet to be released. Qualification for these posts is pass in Intermediate / 10th class.

7. Municipal Jobs: About 4500 posts are lying vacant in Municipalities in the state of Andhra Pradesh. These posts will be filled very soon as the Govt. has to release schedule of elections for Municipalities. Vacancies are available in the positions of Assistant Executive Engineers, Accountants, Junior Assistants etc. Eligibility is Engineering Degree / Commerce Graduates / Pass in 10th Class (Based on the post).

8. UPSC Central Police Forces (AC) Examination 2011: UPSC will release this notification on 18th June 2011 and exam will be conducted on 9th October 2011. The Official notification has come out and details are available in another post .

9. UPSC Civil Services Main Examination 2011: This will be conducted from 29th October 2011.

10. UPSC - IES / ISS Examination 2011: Notification will be released on 30th July 2011. Last date for the receipt of applications is 29th August 2011 and exam will be held on 3rd December 2011.

11. UPSC Geologists Examination 2011: Notification will come out on 13th August 2011 and applications will be received till 19th September 2011. Examination will be conducted on 3rd December 2011.

12.  Latest Update on VRO and VRA Recruitment (2nd August 2011): 

The Government of Andhra Pradesh has formed a sub- committee with a group of ministers under the chairmanship of N. Raghuveera Reddy to oversee the recruitment process of Village Revenue Officers and Village Revenue Assistants. The sub committee has decided to complete the recruitment process for all the 9000 vacant posts by the end of August  2011. They have also recommended Collectors and RDOs of all the districts in the state to speed up the recruitment process.

The sub committee has disclosed that the education qualification for the VRO posts will be pass in Intermediate Examination and the qualification for VRA posts will be SSC / Tenth Class. There will be no written examination for any posts. Selection of the candiddtes will be based on marks in the qualifying examinations (Inter / 10th Class). Reservations will be followed as per the rules. Weightage of 85 marks will be allotted for marks in the qualifying exam, reservation, local status and other standards. Remaining 15 marks will be for performance in interviews. The entire recruitment process will be conducted at the district level only and district collector will act as Chairan of the District Selection Committee.

Wednesday, October 26, 2011

How To Split A Large File Into Several Small Files Using WinRar And HJSplit And How To Merge Them Back

If you ever wanted to upload and share a 350 MB file with your friends using an online file sharing service but you want to upload the file in smaller chunks. How can you split a big file into multiple chunks and upload it to the file sharing service? WinRar and HJSplit are the best applications to not only split big files in to several chunks but also to compress them while splitting.

Here are two methods to split a large file into several small files:

Method 1: Using WinRar

To start splitting, Right Click on the file that you want to split, choose the option Add to archive.
WinRar automatically assigns a name for the new archive it is going to create. If you don’t want a default name, you can change it as appropriate.
Under the option Split to volumes, either enter the desired maximum size of each file chunk or choose an appropriate size from the available drop down option. In my case I entered 5 MB for each chunk of file.
Click Ok and wait for few seconds. WinRar compress the source file and splits it in to several files.

Method 2: Using HJSplit

To start splitting the file using HJSplit, Click on the Split tab on the main window .
Now provide HJSplit with your Input(Locate to your file which you want to split) and Output(Locate to where you want your split files to be placed) destinations and enter the desired maximum size of each chunk of file.
Now click the start button and wait for a while till the file splits into smaller chunks.

How To Merge/ Join Files Using HJSplit

With HJSplit you can not only split files, but also join the split parts back together again. To start Joining you files, follow these simple steps.
After clicking on the ‘Join’ button in the main HJSplit screen, you will see the following screen:
Make sure the set of split parts (set of files ending in .001, .002, .003, etc.) to be joined all reside inside the same directory. Click on the button ‘Input file’, in the screen directly above, which will open the dialog shown directly below:
Note that only the first file in the set of split parts (the .001 file) is visible in this dialog. Note that it is important that all split parts are in the same folder. When the other files which belong to the set of split parts (.002, .003, .004, etc.) are in the same folder, HJSplit will automatically find them during joining.
After pressing Open, the name and path of the file you just selected will appear in the input file box, please see below:
Now press the Start button to merge all the files into one file.
If you think there are some other softwares that can do better job than these, let us know in the comments.

Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Color me a Doxa fan, but recently, much of the re-issue pieces are absolutely atrocious. However, this Shark Ceramica line is absolutely outstanding, and the XL limited edition model even more so. The watch is a limited edition of 1200 pieces, and features a Shark Motif on the dial. The style of the watch case more closely resembles an Omega Seamaster to me than a Doxa however. The ceramic bezel and gigantic 46.5mm case diameter really make a showstopper out of this watch!!

The watch was announced in March, and was only mentioned on the Asia site and appears to be an Asia model. I’m not familiar with how the Doxa brand is marketed in Asia, as it does seem to have significantly more models available there than they do in the USA.

The watch comes in all black as well as an orange and black version as you can see. The basic specs are as follows:
Movement: ETA 2824
Outer Case Diameter: 46.50mm
Crystal Diameter: 35.00mm
Thickness: 14.27mm
Details: Black Ceramic Bezel Ring Insert, Worldwide Limited to 1200 pcs., with Certificate
Crystal: Scratch Resistant Sapphire
Case: Stainless Steel
Buckle: Stainless Steel Pushers folded buckle
Water Resistant: 300M

Overall an outstanding watch from Doxa that has some design cues taken from Omega’s Seamaster and perhaps a little bit of Oris thrown in there as well. I would really like to own one of these!
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With just 12 pieces to go around, this is a timepiece for the truly entitled (that’s not me). An absolutely stunning masterpiece, like all Urwerk timepieces. If only I had the money….

With its orbiting satellites and arrow-shaped time-indicating torpedoes, the UR-110 ZrN Torpedo is a truly stellar timepiece. Its radiance has been maximized thanks to a coating of Zirconium Nitride on the bezel, which provides the distinctive pale gold hue that gives rise to the “Champagne Supernova” nickname.
Zirconium Nitride is a high-performance ceramic machine tool coating, commonly used for industrial parts and aerospace components. While only a few microns thick, it is extremely hard (2,000 Vickers) and provides superb scratch, wear and corrosion resistance, while exhibiting excellent lubricity and ductility.
The UR-110 ZrN Torpedo is an Édition Spéciale of just 12 pieces, each distinguished by a red satellite hour numeral. Available exclusively from Chronopassion (Paris), Marcus (London), The Hour Glass (Singapore) and Westime (Los Angeles).

Model: UR-110 ZrN Torpedo
Case: Titanium with bezel in 316L sandblasted stainless steel treated with *Zirconium Nitride (ZrN); caseback in titanium; surface finishes micro-sandblasted
Movement: calibre UR 9.01 self-winding, unidirectional winding rotor coupled to twin turbines
Indications: Revolving satellite complication with rotating hour/minute modules mounted on planetary gears. Control board: day/night indicator, “oil change” indicator and running seconds
Dimensions: 47mm x 51mm x 16mm
*Please note that ZrN (Zirconium Nitride) is an industrial treatment that can result in variations in and the colour/hue on the bezel and between individual models.
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Undoubtedly a very cool shot and very talented individuals.
“A spectacular flight above the Lake Lucerne, at the heart of Switzerland, featured a gathering of the essential components of the Breitling “fleet”, with the seven L-39C Albatros planes composing the fabulous Breitling Jet Team (the world’s largest civilian aerobatics team flying on jets); the Breitling Super Constellation (one of the world’s last three flightworthy “Super Connies”); the pair of orange Boeing Stearman biplanes carrying the Breitling Wingwalkers performing acrobatic figures in mid-air; and the four colourful Pitt Special S2As of the Breitling Angels flight headed by the MX2 flown by international aerobatics ace Nigel Lamb.”

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I haven’t been a Seiko guy in the past, but they have been growing on me over the past year. I decided that I would enter the world of Seiko by purchasing one of the SPB001J1 automatics from the Premier line. I actually ended up purchasing two of these watches and gave one to my father-in-law for Father’s day.

The watch features a very nicely crafted 42mm stainless steel case. The bracelet is also very nicely made and has faceted edges on it, creating a very unique look. Crown is push-down, dial has a nice pattern to it, but no lume at all. The lugs are also faceted on the case and have fake screws on the sides to simulate a slightly industrial look to it.
The side of the case has ribs on it, giving the watch an additional level of detail and sophistication. Given the modest cost of this Seiko Premier, it is a fantastic value.

The watch features Seiko in-house 6R20 movement, which, were it any other brand with an in-house movement, would be substantially more expensive. Street price on these watches is around $650 which would be unheard of if it were a Swiss made watch with an in-house movement. These watches are made in Japan, and the complications on this movement are Power Reserve indicator, day, date and time. There is an exhibiition caseback showcasing the Seiko movement. While on the basic side in terms of movement finishing, it is still nice to see it.

Unfortunately I did not take a photo of the back, but I did get a closer-up shot of the dial, showing the detail. The Seiko logo is applied, which is nice, and while the detail and finish are okay on the dial, they are not outstanding. The dial is very nice, but I feel like some of the Swiss watches of a similar pricepoint have a slightly better execution. The finish on the the surfaces of the dial is a machine finish, and somehow doesn’t work for me 100%.

And finally the wrist shot. The 42mm dial suits my wrists very well I think, and also looks very good on on my 6.75″ wrists and also looks great on my father-in-law’s 8″ wrists as well. Overall, a great alternative for someone looking for a $1000 MRSP watch, who is tired of the usual Swiss fare. Pros include an in-house movement with proven Seiko reliability and great size and casework. I would recommend this watch and continue to be happy with my own purchase.
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I realized after searching through my posts that I had never gotten around to posting my impressions of the Rolex GMT-IIc diver! I have had this diver for a year or two now and I really like it. Rolex has grown on me as a brand, especially with their releases in the last couple of years. I’m not going to go into a full review of the watch, since there are so many competent reviews out there already, but I will post about my impressions. Unfortunately I only took three photos of the watch before I put it into safety deposit so I can’t take any more until I grab it out again!

We’ll start with the wrist shot. The watch is perfect sized for my 6 3/4″ wrist, and still manages to look bigger than previous versions while maintaining its 40mm diameter. Rolex accomplishes this by widening the lugs to give the watch a chunkier appearance. I really like what Rolex did when they redesigned these diver cases – to me the previous ones were just a touch too small. Now they are perfect. The new green GMT also sets off the dial perfectly.

You can see the new Ceramic bezel in the close up above quite well. The GMT numbers are cut out of the polished surface of the ceramic and have a sort of blasted rough finish on the inside, which is a very nice contrast. Props to Rolex for making such a beautiful ceramic bezel. Of course the typical authenticity security features such as the etched crown in the sapphire crystal, rolexrolexrolex wording around the chapter ring and serial located in the chapter ring all exist on this model.

The GMT Bezel is a bidirectional bezel, like most GMT bezels out there. The movement in the GMT Master IIc is the Rolex Caliber 3186, which has been upgraded from the previous Caliber 3185 by adding a Parachrom-Blu Hairspring.
Some other improvements int he GMT II Ceramic are the new machined clasp and solid oyster bracelet as well as the maxi-dial. I’m glad they finally included all of these features on one watch, which is why I bought the GMTIIc. One of my criticisms of Rolex has always been their differences from high end to lower end models like the Maxi Dial and Date “complication”. Addition of a date wheel for a thousand dollars seems quite excessive. But whatever they are doing it is working, because they are still THE brand, when one talks about luxury wristwatches.

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