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Gokul Glad

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Recent posts by Gokul Glad

Originally posted by Amit Agrawal:

my gmail account says: "You are currently using 444 MB (18%) of your 2460 MB". What is your current usage of its storage? Do you think we will ever need to delete mails for creating space on our gmail account?

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hey Amit

i do have a email account on Gmail. Yes its good and the storage space is much high. But other service providers also offer the storage space offered by gmail.

rediffmail.com is one of them. currently my used space on rediff is
110221 Kb (5.3% of 2 GB)
here also you dont need to delete mails for creating space.

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thanks.

16 years ago
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16 years ago

Originally posted by Chetan Parekh:
[QB]Very important information.

Most of us do not know this.

Do you know that there is an expiry date (physical life) for LPG cylinders?

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What is meant by a physical life of LPG cylinder here? Is there any other life to LPG cylinder? Are you talking about the expiry date of gas inside the cylinder or the cylinder itself? Is there any limit to the number of times a cylinder can be used for this purpose and what is the period upto which we can keep the cylinder stored with us without using it.

Does the LPG cylinder that we use for cooking is same as that we use as the fuel for vehicles and are these expiry dates applicable there too?

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thanks.

16 years ago

Originally posted by Arjunkumar Shastry:
That issue was not addressed because injured people were factory workers don't come under the readership of TOI or IE.
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Oh. Arjun. This statement is not digestable.
Is it so that every issue which is addressed in TOI or IE comes under the readership across the section of people at all levels? You mean that TOI or IE never publish any issue about those people who don't read either newpapers.

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Originally posted by Arjunkumar Shastry:
One was saying "Japanese Manager and Indian Manager used to harass them.Sometimes they were not allowed to go outside the premises/toilets" Workers did not answer when they were asked on why didn't they complain about such treatment at that time.
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Sometimes the pressure from the management is so heavy that one needs to keep quite as the job is at a risk.

Workers were equally rude while beating few policemen and burning the police car.
I think police already warned them before this incidence by implmenting Article 144.


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It was told in the news that the protest from workers side was in a calm manner and only after policemen came and started beating the workers, they got furious and burnt the police car.

16 years ago

Originally posted by Jason Menard:
"Wild Flower",

Welcome to JavaRanch. We don't have many rules here, but we do have a naming policy which we try to strictly enforce. Please re-read this document and edit your display name in order to comply. Thanks in advance, and we look forward to seeing you around the Ranch.



Hi Jason. Sorry for not reading the naming conventions. I have changed my public name.

Thanks.
16 years ago

Originally posted by Manish Hatwalne:


Well, unfortunately many of us still believe in rather irrational beliefs. Many people who died were the ones who tried to help others. A friend's friend died in the car when he managed to save some 30-40 ppl by droppingthem home, and when he was on his way back, got elotrocuted. Often the ppl who suffer most are the people who go beyond themselves to help others...

There are things beyond our control and comprehension, but let's not put some skewed logic to such natural disasters.

rgds,
- Manish



Manish. I agree with you that mainly people who have tried to helped others have suffered as you gave an example of your friend's friend. But do you think that whatever happened in mumbai is just the natural disaster and there is no contribution of human in it.
16 years ago

Originally posted by Andrew Monkhouse:
Hi Wild Flower Careful, or you may be asked to prove your facts .

While I have your attention, could you please take a look at the JavaRanch Official policy on registered names. Could you please change your displayed name here to meet the requirements of our policy?

Thanks, Andrew



Sorry Andrew. I didn't read the policy on registered names before registering myself with javaranch. As you said, I am changing my display name. Thanks.
16 years ago
Hi

Kudos to people of mumbai for being so brave and confronting the situation with so much courage.

Andrews. we dont want to blame or pin point a single person for the natural disaster, but this is what is the fact today in mumbai. also the government could have been proactive when all are aware of the sort of rainfall mumbai faces every year. they could have made the arrangements accordingly. also it is learnt that they are charging Rs. 2000 for burying a single dead body.

Also I would like to add here that if you will go against nature then it would bounce back and show its fury. The low lying areas of kurla, kalina and sakinaka are built against the river (probably mithi river that is always dry) and when during this rainfall this river started growing and flowing, it washed away whatever came its way.

so all i can say is that this is 100% human mistake and not at all nature's disaster or cruelty of Rain God. Man forgets that there is something very powerful in this world, and that is nature and he should not play with it otherwise you can see the consequences. If you will build your houses inside the river then would it persist.

**Jaisi karni waisi bharni**
16 years ago
Hi

Everybody might be aware of the blunder caused by the haryana police against the workers/employees of Honda Motors and Scooters India at Gurgaon (Haryana, India), recently.

It was a havoc situation there for over a week. I would say that the way in which the police treated the honda employees was worst in its own manner and was horrible and severe than an enemy would ever treat.

So much said on the television and least done on the part of the government, I really feel down and out over the zero concern of national newspapers of India on this heavy issue. Take 'The Times of India', boasting of itself as world's no. 1 or 'The Indian Express' saying itself an english daily with the journalism of courage, and promoting itself as genuine. The India express didn't express much about this news and the times of The Times of India were so different that they didn't even mention about it as if nothing happened.

If the newspapers that form the face of India can do such things, what to expect from others.
16 years ago