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Glimpse no 01


Is the youth ready to cleanse the Augean stables of politics...

Youth Politics is a category which involves or otherwise impacts the Youth.

Youth activism in India started acquiring prominence during the 1970′s and has grown since. The origins of students’ movement in this country dates back to the origin of the whole concept of organised movement.
Almost every political party makes its presence felt in the University elections, through its youth leaders, which definitely represent an important channel for an inter-generational political dialogue.

It is true that with age comes experience, but the likes of B-School graduates like Sachin Pilot, Milind Deora and others like Rahul Gandhi, Priyanka Vadra and Jyotiraditya Scindia add life and a fresh set of ideas to the decision making bodies. Bharat Uday Mission is one outfit of IITians who are planning to enter in politics at a certain point of time. The Indian Army started new programs last year to attract the Youth in the army. There are movies promoting Youth in politics, like Yuva, RDB, etc.
For o…

An eye for an eye will make the whole world blind

"It is in your hands to create a better world for all who live in it."  Nelson Mandela

Mohandas Gandhi’s policy of non-violence was famously used during the campaign for independence in India.  There is a well-known quotation that helps to express the rationale for this non-retaliatory philosophy:
An eye for an eye will leave everyone blind.

The meaning of the principle, an eye for an eye, is that a person who has injured another person receives the same injury in compensation. At the root of this principle is that one of the purposes of the law is to provide equitable retribution for an offended party.

The Bible phrase "An eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth" is a common perception of how the Old Testament deals with conflict between two parties. However, in speaking to the people of Israel, Jesus said that we should love even our enemies and do good to them:

"You have heard that it was said, 'AN EYE FOR AN EYE, AND A TOOTH FOR A TOOTH.' But…

Can Google+ outbox Facebook..?

Google v/s Facebook

Google Plus
To be honest, my gut reaction after Using GOOGLE PLUS was initially, "Why on earth would anybody switch to this from, Facebook?"
However, when I loaded up Google as I do every morning, I suddenly realized that I was asking the wrong question. The reality is that users won’t have the option of not using Google Plus.
Google already has more users than Facebook, over one billion. They aren’t going to suddenly leave Facebook in droves, they’re just going to spend more time on all the sites in Google’s network. That big notifications box in the top right of all Google sites is the reason why. As I’m browsing around Google-powered sites there’s occasionally a red notification alert that pops up and immediately grabs my attention. Soon enough I’m clicking through the various notifications and seeing what my friends have shared and who has recently begun sharing with me.
After the fall of Google Buzz and Google Wave, Google plus promises to stay longer or e…

When Unhappy, one doubts everything

Life is led forward but understood backwards. A lot of times; when we rightly begin to understand a particular aspect of life- we outgrow that need. To live life well – one needs to understand life well. It is not a rocket science. You can get most formulae correct by just looking at the lives of so many people in your life- your parents, your relatives, your friends, your classmates, your boss…

‘High energy people are bound to be more successful’. No lazy guy ever made the mark. It is so important that you like yourself before the start of the day, during the day & when the day closes. Else, life doesn’t remain beautiful.

                        As Oscar Wilde says, “To love yourself is the beginning of a life long romance.”

All work and no movies make me a dull man .

Movies – they make us happy, they make us cry, they make us feel romantic; but very few inspire us. Still remember those growing up years; when going to see a very go…

College Crew

The ant and the grasshopper Once there lived a grasshopper in a meadow. Everything was green and the scene was very lovely. The grasshopper was very fond of dancing and singing. He danced and sang at all times. He had nothing to do. He did not think that there was anything else worth doing at all. He never cared to do any work while it was time to work. He kept singing and dancing throughout the spring and the summer. When winter came, it began to snow. It was snow everywhere. There was snow on hills and snow on plains. No flower or leaf was visible. The once-happy grasshopper was now very unhappy. He had nothing to eat. He felt very miserable. He looked for his friends to help him in his time of trouble. The grasshopper went to his friend, the ant. The grasshopper said to the ant, “Please give me something to eat. I am dying of hunger at the moment. You alone can help me in my hour of need.”? The ant said to him, “We ants work hard during summer. We store food for winter. But what were yo…

Reverse Google Image Search

Google ‘ Search by Image’ is a reverse search engine by which you can search text or similar images from a picture. This is a quite useful tool when you just have an image and you don’t know anything about it. You can also do that by using a website called TinyEye,  But Google’s reverse image searchis much advanced than TinyEye and you can search it directly from  Google Image Searchhomepage. That means you don’t need to open a separate website every time. Let’s have a look at three ways how you can use reverse image search or ‘Search by Image’.

The best way to perform reverse search is to upload the image to the search engine. To do so open click on the camera icon appearing in the search bar.

After that you will see three options i.e. paste image URL, upload an image and drag an image here.

First one is the ‘paste image URL’ where you can copy an image URL and paste it directly to Google to search similar text and images.Second one is the ‘Upload a…


Dear Readers,
It gives an enormous pleasure to me for sharing this highly inspirational story of Mr.Suhas Gopinath. I am sure that, his success celebrity & proven record will give definitely an encouragement to you all.

Suhas Gopinath, The HERO

When 14-year-old Suhas Gopinath started Global Inc ten years ago from a cyber cafe in Bengaluru, he didn't know that he had become the youngest CEO in the world.

Today, Global is a multi-million dollar company with offices in the United States, India, Canada, Germany, Italy, the United Kingdom, Spain, Australia, Singapore and the Middle East and has 100 employees in India and 56 abroad.

Among the several honors that have been bestowed upon this young man, the most prestigious is the invitation to be a member of the Board of the ICT Advisory Council of the World Bank.. 
In 2007, the European Parliament and International Association for Human Values conferred 'Young Achiever Award' on him. He was also invited to address the European …

OOPS Interview Questions

1.What are the principle concepts of OOPS?
There are four principle concepts upon which object oriented design and programming rest. They are: AbstractionPolymorphismInheritanceEncapsulation (i.e. easily remembered as A-PIE).

2.What is Abstraction?
Abstraction refers to the act of representing essential features without including the background details or explanations.
3.What is Encapsulation?
Encapsulation is a technique used for hiding the properties and behaviors of an object and allowing outside access only as appropriate. It prevents other objects from directly altering or accessing the properties or methods of the encapsulated object.
4.What is the difference between abstraction and encapsulation?
Abstraction focuses on the outside view of an object (i.e. the interface) Encapsulation (information hiding) prevents clients from seeing it’s inside view, where the behavior of the abstraction is implemented.Abstraction solves the problem in the design side while Encapsulation is the Implemen…