Tuesday, October 11, 2011

The Telengana strikes have made Andhra Pradesh dark with power cuts...!

The ongoing strikes by the pro Telengana activists for a separate statehood has completely paralyzed the entire state of Andhra Pradesh. As the coal generation at Singareni collieries has come to a stand still, the coal required for the thermal power plants is not available and the power generation has reduced. As a result of this, the entire state is facing severe power cut.

Such crisis and situations are inevitable. They are beyond the control of anyone. Both the central and state governments could not do anything to bring this power crisis under their control. All the people of the state like farmers, infants, elderly, sick, students etc are tolerating the power shortage with murmuring and blaming others as they have no other go.

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Saturday, October 8, 2011

The cheapest tablet computer in the world launched from India

India's Minister for Communications and Information Technology Kapil Sibal launched 'Akash' (a $35.00 tablet computer) recently with minister of state Mrs Purandeswari. With the great launch of this mini tablet computer at the cheapest cost in the world, India has emerged in the level of the countries that manufacture low-cost, but high quality electronic goods.

This pocket computer is going to cost lesser in the days to come. A Hyderabad based company has started its productin- initially hundred thousand pieces. The company that got the order has assured that the low cost touch screen device can be sold for $10.00 in the days to come and thus become affordable even for the poor people and students around the world.

The pocket computer device which is christened as 'Akash' is a complete mobile computer larger than a mobile phone just 7 inches, with most of the facilities available in a notebook computer.