Do you really wanna see the photo of India taken on a Diwali night? Well, here we're posting one, but we don't know whether it's real or fake. Take a look at this Picture, and decide for yourself. Do you think it's really a photo of India taken on a Diwali night? According to many internet sources and social media posts, YES. But here's a revelation....
With the rising fuel prices, the need of the hour is an eco-friendly vehicle that has absolutely no dependency on any of the non-renewable sources of energy. Although we had Mahindra's Reva (launched way back in 2001 ) but it wasn't much of a success owing to some issues that limited the appeal of this car like, space and performance and also to some extent its price. However, Mahindra is all set to launch another green car that is believed to be better than the previous Reva by all means. The new car, Reva NXR, will be known as E20 in the market and will have an official launch during Diwali, 2012. Read below to know some interesting facts about Mahindra E20 (Reva NXR) along with pictures.
The Navratras (or Navratri) are considered very auspicious time of the year and they can bring the desired results to you, provided you know how to do the pooja in the correct way. Here are a few good pointers provided by astrologer Pawan Sinha ji for Tez Channel. We've done a translation here. Hope it helps. :)
A concoction of splendid cinematography, brilliant writing, breath-taking performances, incredible direction, and phenomenal background music- BBC’s Sherlock is undoubtedly, one of the best things to have happened to the television industry in the recent times.
A drop out of Stanford University and a bachelor of science and engineering from University of Bombay, the 55 year Mukesh Ambani is the ‘world’s richest Indian’. Despite losing $ 4.7 billion in the spat between Reliance Industries and India’s Oil ministry, last year, Mukesh Ambani holds this position by a good margin.
Call it a politically well-calculated move or an 'image-rebuilding' exercise by the Indian Telecom minister, Kapil Sibbal, the good news is here. Indian mobile subscribers will not have to pay for any roaming charges from next year (2013) onward. This move is a part of National Telecom Policy 2012.