Airtel Withdraws Unlimtied GPRS Plan From November 9 | MO

By Shekhar Sahu on

08 November, 2009  at 12:56 AM

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free airtel unlimited gprs pack wilthdrawal imageFrom November 9 Airtel withdraws the unlimited gprs service for it's customers. That was a shocking news for me.
I got a message in my inbox

from AY-Airtel

9-November se apka Unlimited internet pack band kar diya jayega. Ab aap Rs 10/din(pehele 3 MB free uske bad se 20paisa/kb)main gprs use kar sakte hain.


form 9th of November your unlimited internet pack will be withdrawn. Now you can use gprs in Rs 10/day (first 3 MB free then 20 paisa/kb) .
What will we do of this poor 3 mb? One side Airtel is providing free sms plans to allure people and another side withdraws the unlimited gprs. How they are treating people! The only way is to contact TRAI trai.gov.in.

Meta Tag Analyzer | Check your meta tags by Google, MSN & Yahoo Bots

By Shekhar Sahu on

04 November, 2009  at 1:24 PM

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Meta Tag Analyzer | Check your meta tags by Google, MSN & Yahoo Bots
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Earlier this site was missing meta description tag due to i m using customized template which was bad for the SEO. Now i have successfully added Meta Description tag. Learn how to add a meta tag in your blog or website. Now the analyzer shows no error.



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HeliPanda Detects Roadside Bombs | Looks Pretty!

HeliPanda - A pretty looking unmanned helicopter like panda is well equipped to detect the road side bombs.
HeliPanda Sensor - It consists of a high-definition electro optical sensor and an "unintentional electromagnetic emissions" which can detect the emissions form IED and other explosive devices It starts alarming, when it detects any emission.

helipanda image photo heli panda android white hat codename graphicThis small unmanned helipanda (like drone) is controlled by men wireless by remote control and heli panda would be flying over the vehicles searching for the bombs.

Helipanda has been widely used in the antiterrorist missions in Iraq and Afghanistan. Which is coming soon in India. As in Chhattisgarh and other sates of India Maoists, Naxalites and terrorists are increasing militant activities. Helipanda will help in antimaoists and anti terrorist missions.
But I think it will be the toy of  VIPs only :(

Isn't it cute?



Shekhar Sahu
Helipanda image credit Scheibel

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