Now when one comes from SBI bank towards Bogarves, one could turn right in front of Globe theatre but now that has been blocked and you will have to take the road ahead and turn right from the road next to Cantonment office. All these arrangements are of preliminary nature and the cops are trying to assess the in what way the traffic will move smoothly.
The basic problem here is that taking a right from Globe coming from SBI is very difficult and one has wait in the centre of the road till you get a chance to put yourself through.
One more point is that coming in from Convent school towards Globe is quite messy and sometimes you have to wait for 3-4 minutes to get a clear road to cross as there is no traffic cop there.
The best thing is on this circle are the traffic lights which are there not in a working condition for over a year now, God only knows why they were installed.
The cops are trying to ease the traffic but to be frank its causing more chaos there.
With the onset of December (almost) the weather in the city is getting cooler day by day. Today morning (30-11-2009) temperature recorded at Sambra was 12.4 deg C with clear sky.
The cold wave is ready to grip the entire north Karnataka. Yesterday temperature recorded was 11.6 degrees Celsius. Cool northerly winds, clear skies and a dry atmosphere are responsible for the cold wave. These minimum temperatures are between five to six degrees Celsius less than normal for this time of the year.
International Conference on Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibilities ( ICBECSR-09) has been organized by KLS’s Institute of Management Education and Research, Belgaum, on 3rd , 4th and 5th December,2009.
The Conference has focused on the main theme of “Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibilities”. Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility have become critical business issues in the scenario of the recent global economic meltdown. The main theme of the ICBE CSR-09 will be to relook at the role of Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility in the changing economic scenario. Accordingly ICBE CSR-09 seeks participation from interested practitioners, academicians and students of management and policy makers from all over the world to contribute empirical and theoretical research papers including case studies on topics associated with the overall conference theme. All papers will be subject to a blind peer review and the papers that are accepted will be published. The copyright of the published papers will vest with the conference organizers.
Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility have become critical business issues in the scenario of the recent global economic meltdown. The main theme of the ICBE CSR-09 will be to relook at the role of Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility in the changing economic scenario. Accordingly ICBE CSR-09 seeks participation from interested practitioners, academicians and students of management and policy makers from all over the world to contribute empirical and theoretical research papers including case studies on topics associated with the overall conference theme. Click on title for more......
Key Note Speakers
1 Dr. G J Deon Rossouw , Program Executive: Business Ethics, Globalethicsnet, Switzerland.
2. Dr. Rick Keller President, the Healthy Business Doctor, Summerfield, USA
3. Mr. Sharu Rangnekar, Mumbai.
4. Mr. Arun Wakhlu Executive Chairman, Pragati Leadership Institute P Ltd.,
5. Mr. Manohar Paralkar, Consultant & Advisor, Tata Motors Ltd.,
6. Mr. A G Deshpande Asst. Manager, Corporate Communications, Glaxo Smith Kline Pharmaceuticals Ltd.,
7. Mrs. Parimal Chaudhary Praj Industries Ltd
8. Mr. Devenra Dixit/Ms. Shajida Kutty M/s Emerson Export Engineering Center,
Karnatak Law Society’s
Institute of Management Education & Research,
Sy. No. 77, Adarsh Nagar, Hindwadi,
Belgaum – 590 011.
IMER is an Institute with a difference, where an equal emphasis is laid on developing in our students various technical abilities, soft skills along with management competencies.
Under the Technology category here is the first review of a new Laptop from Dell.
By Sandeep Hegde
- Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo CULV SU7300 (1.3GHz, 800MHz, 3MB)
- OS: Windows 7 Premium (64-bit)
- Memory: 3GB Shared Dual Channel DDR3 at 1066MHz
- Storage: 320GB 5400rpm HDD
- Graphics: ATI Radion 512Mb
- Display: 14.0” HD (1366x768) WLED Display and webcam
- Optical Drive: 8x CD/DVD burner (DVD/-RW/R) with Dual-Layer
- Wireless: Intel Wireless 5100n
- Battery: 6-cell LithiumIon battery (48.8 WHr)
- Dimensions: 1.0"-1.5" x 13.3" x 9.4" (H x W x D)
- Weight: 4 lbs, 9.9 oz
Bought from Starnet Computers, Belgaum (http://www.starnetbelgaum.com)
Build and Design
In design and looks; the Inspiron 14z is similar to the Inspiron 14. There are, nevertheless, some differences between the two models. The 14z is more power efficient than the Inspiron 14 due to its CULV processor and WLED display.
The notebook is made of relatively thin plastic, but build quality is good. The display lid, however, does suffer from minor flex: you can create ripples on the screen by pressing the back of the display. Other than that, there are no major problems with the build quality.
The bottom of the notebook provides easy access panels for the hard drive and RAM.
Screen and Speakers
The 14-inch display has 1366x768 pixels. Colors are good but contrast isn’t very impressive. The WLED backlighting is even and provides a wide range of brightness settings. Horizontal viewing angles are pretty good, but vertical viewing angles are average.
The stereo speakers are located beneath the front edge of the notebook palm rests so you will only hear a muffled sound when you put the laptop on your lap. Put the device on a desk and you should be able to hear better audio. Sound quality isn’t particularly good or bad. Audiophiles will definitely find a pair of headphones useful and the headphone jack produces clear, distortion free sound.
Keyboard and Touchpad
The keyboard has full-sized keys. It is very firm and shows absolutely no flex at all. The only problem with the keyboard is probably the lack of backlighting.
The touchpad is a Synaptics model using Dell’s proprietary touchpad drivers. It supports multi-touch controls. Sensitivity is good with very little lag.
Ports and Features
Port selection is average for a notebook of this size. There are 3 USB ports, HDMI video out port, VGA, a multi-format memory card reader, Ethernet and a standard 8xCD/DVD burner with dual-layer support. The Inspiron 14z doesn’t have an ExpressCard slot, eSATA or FireWire.
The Inspiron 14z runs on an Intel Core 2 Duo CULV SU7300 processor with ATI Radeon 512Mb graphics. Performance is good for daily activities such as surfing the web and processing Office documents. You can also make simple edits to your photos or videos.
The CULV processor is highly power efficient but it does affect the overall performance of the notebook. That said, the machine is still good enough to serve your basic needs as a family notebook. But if you want to play the latest 3D games or run high-end photo editing applications, this is not the laptop to buy. The price tag, too, seem a bit odd.
The Inspiron 14z has a 6-cell 48.8 WHr battery. At around 8 hours, battery life is impressive for a notebook of this size, but still it falls short of Dell’s promise of 66% better battery life.
Heat and Noise
The cooling system does a good job and keeps the heat and noise levels well within normal limits.
· Awesome Looks
· Light Weight & Thinner
· Comfortable Keypad
· HDMI Port
· Long Battery Life
· Windows 7, 64 Bit
· WLED Screen
· Less Heat
· Average Performance
· No Keyboard Backlight
· Slightly over priced
· Poor Webcam Quality
Considering all these pros and cons, I’m still satisfied with my choice of Dell Inspiron 14z. I don’t say it is the best model available in market, but surely I could say it is a model you can consider for comparison if you are looking for a longer battery life. I hope this article would have provided a user review of Dell Inspiron 14z laptop as well as few tips on choosing a laptop. I would love to receive your comments/queries J
About the Author: Author is a student of engineering and runs Dotcord It Solutions Company. You can read the complete guide to buy a laptop here at his Blog PingSense. The Author is part of the IT Belgaum group.
At last it is good news for Belgaumites, you can get your document E stamped instead of waiting at the Sub registrar’s office to get it stamped. After the non availability of stamp papers in the bank citizens were facing tremendous hardships for getting their documents stamped legally.
You can get E Stamping done at Shcil, Basavakrupa 1, Club Road, Opp. Civil Hospital, Near Hansraj Supermarket, Belgaum.
Telephone: 469817, Email: email@example.com
1 e-Stamp Certificate can be generated within minutes
2 e-Stamp Certificate generated is tamper proof
3 Authenticity of the e-Stamp certificate can be checked through the inquiry module.
4 e-Stamp Certificate generated has a Unique Identification Number (UIN).
5 Specific denominations is not required
UIN is a Unique system generated number mentioned on the e-Stamp Certificate. Anybody, having the Unique Identification Number, can check the authenticity of the Certificate through www.shcilestamp.com .
How will one get a Stamp Certificate?
The client has to approach an ACC (authorized collection centre) appointed by SHCIL and fill up the application form as prescribed in the e-Stamping system. Stamp Certificate is generated only after realization of funds.
When will I get the Stamp Certificate from ACC?
After submitting a duly filled and signed application form, the ACC will enter the details into the system and a Stamp Certificate would be generated immediately in case of cash and in case of Cheque/DemandDraft/Payorder/RTGS/NEFT/Account to Account Transfer only after realization of funds.
Important instructions for the client
1. Clients are expected to check the preview of the certificate and sign on preview before certificate is generated.
2. Once a e-Stamp is generated, then it cannot be edited/modified in any manner.
3. Preserve the e-Stamp carefully; Duplicate copy of e-Stamp is not issued.
Description of Instrument
Proper Stamp Duty
Rs.2/- upto Rs.5000/-
The same duty as Bond No.12 upto Rs.1000/- and in any other case Rs.100/-.
Agreement relating to Sale of Immoveable property.
i) Same duty as conveyance on the market value of the property when the possession of the property is delivered or agreed to be delivered.
Agreement relating to DTD
0.5% on the loan amount
Appointment in execution of power
Appraisement or Valuation
The same duty as Bond No.12 upto Rs.1000/- and in any other case Rs.100/-.
Article of Association
Rs.500/- for every Rs.10 lakhs or part there of.
Same duty as bond on the MV of the property which is the subject matter of Award.
Rs.5/- for every Rs. One Hundred upto Rs.1000/-.
Rs.25/- for every Rs .Five Hundred or part there of in excess of Rs.1000/-
Same duty as Bond No.12.
Cancellation of Instruments
The same duty as on the original instruments.
Certificate of sale
Rs.1/- for Rs.10/- Purchase Money.
Rs.1.50/- for the Purchase Money exceeding Rs.10/- but below Rs.25/-.
Certificate or other documents, evidencing the right or title of the holder there of, or any other person, either to any share, script or stock in or of any incorporated company or other body corporate or to become proprietor of share, script or stock in of any such company or body.
Rs.1/- for every Rs.1000/- or part there of the value of the share script or stock.
Certificate of Enrolment
The sum of duties chargeable under Article 5(b),(e),(c) and Article 37(e), (b) or (c) as the case may be.
7.5% of the Market value
Copy of a extract
Rs.5/- to Rs.10/-
Counter part or Duplicate
Rs.4.50 paisa to Rs.50/-
Same duty as bond upto Rs.1000/- in any other case Rs.100/-.
Delivery order in respect of Goods
Rs.1/- where the value of Goods does not exceed Rs.1000/-
Exchange of Property
Same duty as conveyance No.20 for market value equal to the market value of the property of greatest value which is subject matter of exchange.
Same duty as conveyance No.20 for market value equal to the amount of the further charge secure for such instruments
Same duty as conveyance No.20 for market value equal to the market value of the property which is the subject matter of gift.
Rs.1000/- Where the donee is a member of the family of the donor.
Same duty as a Security Bond No.47.
Lease of Immovable Property
The duty chargeable varies depending upon the amount of rent, lease period and lease granted for amount advanced etc. Kindly go through the Article for details.
Letter of Allotment
Letter of License
License of Immovable and Movable Property
The duty chargeable varies depending upon the amount of rent, lease, license period and license granted for the lumpsum amount advanced etc. Kindly go through the Article for details.
Memorandum of Association of a company
Rs.1000/- if accompanied by the Articles of Associations u/s 26 of companies Act 1956.
Same duty as conveyance No.20. when possession is given.
Mortgage of a Crop
The duty chargeable varies depending upon the amount secured and the period of re-payment etc. Kindly go through the Article for details.
Note or Memorandum
Rs.1/- for every Rs.10,000/-
Note of Protest by the Master of a ship
Rs.250/- to Rs.500/- depending upon the nature of the property.
Rs.100/- where capital does not exceed Rs.5000/-
Same duty as conveyance No.20 on the MV of the property of the Immovable property remaining with the firm.
a) The same duty as conveyance for a market value equal to the market value of the property distributed or allotted or given to partner or partners under the instrument of dissolution, in addition to the duty which would have been chargeable on such dissolution if such property has not been distributed or allotted or given.
b) In any other case Rs.500/-
Power of Attorney
When given to a promoter or developer by a whatever name called for construction, development on, or sale or transfer of any immoveable property situated in Karnataka. Rs.10,000/- to Rs.1.50 lakhs based on the market value of the property.
When given to a person other than Father, Mother, Wife or Husband, Sons, Daughters, Brothers, Sisters in relation to the executants authorizing such person to sell immoveable property situated in Karnataka. 7.5% on the market value of the property.
In any other case Rs.100/-
Protest of Bill
Protest by the Master of a Ship
Re-conveyance of Mortgage
Same duty as conveyance No.20 on the MV equal to the amount of such consideration not exceeding Rs.1000/-.
Release is not between the family members, where the release is not for consideration 2.5% on the MV of the subject matter of release.
Release is not between the family members, where the release is for consideration 50% of the rate applicable to conveyance on the MV of the property which is the subject matter of release.
Where the release is between the family members Rs.1000/-.
Release of mortgage rights Rs.100/-
The same duty as Bond No.12, for the amount of the loan secured.
Security Bond or Mortgage Duty
a) Same duty as Bond No.12 for the amount secured does not exceed Rs.1000/-
I. Same duty as conveyance for market value equal to the market value of the property which is the subject matter of the settlement where disposition is not for the purpose of the distributing the property of the settlor among is family.
II. Rs.1000/- where disposition is for the purpose of the distributing the property of the settlor among the members of his family.
One half times the duty payable on a conveyance for MV equal to the nominal amount of the shares specified in the warrants.
Surrender of Lease
1. The duty with which such lease is chargeable where the duty chargeable does not exceed Rs.22.50 paisa.
2. Rs.100/- in any other case.
Please see the Article.
Transfer of Lease
a) Same duty as conveyance for a market value equal to the amount of consideration if the remaining period of lease does not exceed 30 years.
Transfer of License
Same duty as conveyance No.20
Trust : A) Declaration
i) Concerning any money of amount conveyed by the author to the trust as corpus.
ii) Concerning any immovable property owned by the author and conveyed to the trust of which, the author is the sole trusties.
iii) Concerning any immovable property owned by the author and conveyed to the trust of which, the author is not a trusties or one of the trusties.
B) Revocation of concerning any property when made by any instruments other than a will.
Same duty as conveyance for MV of the property conveyed.
The Same duty as Bond No.12 for a sum equal to the amount or value of the property concerned as set forth in the instruments but not exceeding Rs.200/-
Warrant of Goods
The passengers of the KA 25 F 2594 Hubli bound bus saw smoke inside the bus and immediately told the conductor and driver and both of them immediately rescued all the passengers about 50 of them from the safely. The fire must been caused by a short circuit the fire fighters said.
Yesterday the whole of India was paying tributes to the martyr’s of the 26/11 terrorist attack on Mumbai. The young kids of the Belgaum roller skating academy paid homage to the martyr’s in a unique way by skating for 77 kms from Nippani to Belgaum.
The next generation adolescents were aged between 6 to 14 years and altogether 47 boys and girls skated their way through from Nippani to Belgaum. They reached Belgaum at 6.30pm and ended the rally at Sambhaji Chowk.
On 07 November 2009 300 students in the line of Fire at AITMthis story was published.
It’s about a college which has come up in danger zone of weapon firing ranges of the Indian Army on Savagaon Road in Belgaum.
The Suresh Angadi Education Foundation’s Angadi Institute of Technology and Management (AITM) have been built amidst a firing range on Survey No. 72/73, which lies in the danger zone in the “Baghdad-Asmara field firing ranges”. The said area has been notified as a firing range in the Karnataka Gazette notification of February 10, 1981.
Station Commandant of the Maratha Light Infantry Regimental Centre (MLIRC) wrote to the Deputy Commissioner in the second week of September looking for urgent action in the matter, and there has been no response.
The district administration has given permission to the said college without the permission of the MLIRC.
The college is run by the foundation which is headed by Suresh C. Angadi, BJP MP.
Why there is a delay for a response from the district administration in this matter of urgency is still not known. Or will the authorities wake up when an untoward incident happens at the site.
Source: The Hindu