Friday, September 30, 2011

Telemarketing ban margins you to 100 SMS-es “a day”

A new challenge to protect you from spam sms-es and telemarketing calls will also limit how many text messages you can send in a day. So if you have itchy fingers, watch out. Starting yesterday, nobody can send more than 100 sms-es a day.

The new law, introduced by the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India, is meant at checking those random text messages you get on how to buy a sauna belt, or "lose motapa (get thinner)."

But it has its critics. "We had recently undertaken a campaign, and had to send nearly 200 messages every day. If this rule had been valid then, our campaign would have faced severe setbacks. Their intentions are admirable, but their way is wrong. Why can't they limit the number of messages that tele-marketing firms send out every day," said Abhisekh Lamba, an engineering student from Mumbai.

The Cellular Operators Association of India (COAI) also spoke concern over the order. Rajan S Mathews, director general, COAI, said, "All service providers have made necessary arrangements to comply with the TRAI regulation, in order to curb the menace of telemarketing calls. However, many of our officers have uttered reservations about the 100 SMSes per day control. We have also asked TRAI to reassess the move."

Mathews added, "While we are keen to eradicate the menace of pesky communication - which amounts to an invasion of the consumer's privacy - we are equally particular about protection the consumer's rights. The consumer funds the right to choose any method of communication, which is suitable for him. No false limitations should be forced upon this basic liberty."

Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Five Top most light gun games

Gun games began to appear back in the arcades of the 1930s, with an automatic contraptions springing up on piers up and down the country, catering for the new making of holiday-goers with more spare time and money in their pouch. In the 60s and 70s, these automatic games were bolstering by the addition of rear-projected images, which saw players shooting clay pigeons or UFOs.

The NES Zapper and Duck Hunt

Master System Light Phaser and Operation Wolf

Saturn Stunner and Virtua Cop

G-Con 45 and Time Crisis

Dreamcast Light Gun and House Of The Dead 2

Thursday, September 8, 2011

Ontlametse - First black child diagnosed aging disease

The Progeria Research Foundation says ontlametse is the first black child diagnosed with aging disease. No one can says , even how many children have this disease in this world. This foundation says that, the number of kids diagnosed from this aging disease was ranging from 48 to 80 on five continents.

Ontlametse is a 5 years old white girl, who lived in South Africa, who was affected by aging disease. South Africa is a best continent for medical care, because its an economic powerhouse in the world. Not only the African people, but also the people in China and Russia were affected by these aging diseases.

Ontlametse mother, Bellon Phalatse says that, her baby was normal at the time of birth. As grown upon, on her 3rd month Ontlametse was diagnosed by skin disease. On her first birthday, her hair was felled off, her nails are become abnormal.

Mostly, this diagnosis affected person may die at the age of 13. Children affected with Progeria may die almost completely from heart disease from the ages of 8 to 21. The diagnosed person commonly suffers from high blood pressure, strokes, enlarged heart and heart failure.

The Doctor Gordon researched about this aging disease progeria and had a remarkable success in 1999. In 2003, this research foundation was involved in the discovery of the progeria gene, and now all are hoped it can help provide answers about the ordinary aging process and cardiovascular disease.

Monday, September 5, 2011

Tomato battle in Spain - Tomatina

Revellers on a van throw tomatoes into the crowd during the yearly "Tomatina" (tomato battle) in the Mediterranean village of Bunol, near Valencia, August 31, 2011. The source of the tomato fight is uncertain - everyone in Bunol seems to have a favorite’s story - but most agree it happening around 1940, in the early years of General Francisco Franco's autocracy.