Saturday, October 25, 2008

Where The Mind is Without Fear

WHERE the mind is without fear and the head is held high
Where knowledge is free
Where the world has not been broken up into fragments
By narrow domestic walls
Where words come out from the depth of truth
Where tireless striving stretches its arms towards perfection
Where the clear stream of reason has not lost its way
Into the dreary desert sand of dead habit
Where the mind is led forward by thee
Into ever-widening thought and action
Into that heaven of freedom, my Father, let my country awake.
Rabindranath Tagore

Friday, October 24, 2008

DEEPAVALI By Nitin Krishan

Dear All,
Wishing ALL a Happy Deepavali & safe Diwali
The Divine Message of Diwali:
"Thamasomaa jyotirgamaya": lead me from darkness to light. This means that where there is darkness light is needed.
What Is this :Sorrow No Peace Loss Disappointment Misery Lack of enthusiasm Anger, Lust Greed, Hatred & Jealousy . Try get rid of these darknesses we all know how it's just matter of belief on oneselve that we can do it we can get rid of this darkness lets not wait anymore n try burn our darkness with light of Diwali ....

Most Beloved and Blessed Children of the Lord Lakshmi and Ganesha ! Happy Diwali. May Almighty Lord's grace be ever upon you all. May you all enjoy good health, perennial peace and spiritual illumination, with harmony, mutual love and affection with all members of your divine family. May the light of these little lamps bring inner light to awaken our inner motive of our own self! Let we strive and strike for the realisation of the absolute. Remember, nothing is impossible. It all depends upon how sincere are we to our motives towards the goal of our life. Let we ponder upon the absolute, to seek it, to find it and finally to rest in that supreme blessedness is the only prayer and wish upon this holy festival of Diwali. May God Gurudev bless you all. With Ocean deep regards, Profound love and prayers for the peace and harmony in the world.
Om Shanti Om."

DEEPAVALI or Diwali means "a row of lights". It falls on the last two days of the dark half of Kartik (October-November). For some it is a three-day festival. It commences with the Dhan-Teras, on the 13th day of the dark half of Kartik, followed the next day by the Narak Chaudas, the 14th day, and by Deepavali proper on the 15th day. There are various alleged origins attributed to this festival. Some hold that they celebrate the marriage of Lakshmi with Lord Vishnu. In Bengal the festival is dedicated to the worship of Kali. It also commemorates that blessed day on which the triumphant Lord Rama returned to Ayodhya after defeating Ravana. On this day also Sri Krishna killed the demon Narakasura. In South India people take an oil bath in the morning and wear new clothes. They partake of sweetmeats. They light fireworks which are regarded as the effigies of Narakasura who was killed on this day. They greet one another, asking, "Have you had your Ganges bath?" which actually refers to the oil bath that morning as it is regarded as purifying as a bath in the holy Ganges. Everyone forgets and forgives the wrongs done by others. There is an air of freedom, festivity and friendliness everywhere. This festival brings about unity. It instils charity in the hearts of people. Everyone buys new clothes for the family.

Diwali ? Very Happy Diwali to all of you!:

Deepavali, or Diwali, (Markiscarali) is a major Indian festival, and a significant festival in Hinduism, Sikhism and Jainism. Many legends are associated with Diwali. Today it is celebrated by Hindus, Jains and Sikhs across the globe as the "Festival of Light," where the lights or lamps signify victory of good over the evil within every human being . The festival is also celebrated by Buddhists of Nepal, particularly the Newar Buddhists.

According to one theory Diwali may have originated as a harvest festival, marking the last harvest of the year before winter. In an agrarian society this results in businessmen closing accounts, and beginning a new accounting year. The deity of wealth in Hinduism, goddess Lakshmi is therefore thanked on this day and everyone prays for a good year ahead. This is the common factor in Diwali celebrations all over the Indian subcontinent.

In many parts of India, it is the homecoming of King Rama of Ayodhya after a 14-year exile in the forest.[4] The people of Ayodhya (the capital of his kingdom) welcomed Rama by lighting rows (avali) of lamps (deepa), thus its name, Deepavali. This word, in due course, became Diwali in Hindi. But, in South Indian languages, the word did not undergo any change, and hence the festival is called Deepavali in southern India. Southern India marks it as the day Lord Krishna defeated the demon Narakasura. Diwali is celebrated on the first day of the lunar Kartika month, which comes in the month of October or November. In Jainism it marks the nirvana of Lord Mahavira, which occurred on October 15, 527 BCE. The Sikhs celebrate Diwali for a different reason; on this day, the Sixth Guru, Guru Hargobind Ji, was freed from imprisonment along with 52 Hindu Kings (political prisoners) whom he had arranged to be released as well. After his release he went to Darbar Sahib (golden temple) in the holy city of Amritsar. There, he was greeted by Sikhs and many other people. In happiness they lit candles and diyas to greet the Guru. In India, Diwali is now considered to be a national festival, and the aesthetic aspect of the festival is enjoyed by most Indians regardless of faith.

Monday, October 20, 2008

Working During Pregnancy: Do's and don'ts

Working during pregnancy can present challenges. Here's how to battle morning sickness, fatigue and other pregnancy discomforts at the workplace.
Most women are able to continue working during pregnancy. However, simply being pregnant can present challenges at the workplace. To stay healthy and productive on the job, learn how to alleviate common pregnancy discomforts — and know when occupational duties might jeopardize your pregnancy.
Easing nausea and vomiting:
It may be called "morning" sickness, but pregnancy queasiness can hit at any time — day or night. To help ease nausea when you're on the job:

* Avoid nausea triggers. That double latte you craved every morning before pregnancy or the smell of foods reheated in the break room microwave may now make your stomach flip-flop. Steer clear of anything that seems to trigger your nausea.
* Snack often. Crackers and other bland foods can be lifesavers when you start to feel nauseated. Keep a stash at work for easy snacking. Hard candy, lemon drops, ginger ale or ginger tea sometimes help, too.
* Drink plenty of fluids. If you don't drink enough fluids, your nausea may get worse. Keep a water bottle at your desk or in your work area and sip throughout the day.
* Take it slow in the morning. Allow yourself extra time to get ready for work. Rushing around can contribute to nausea.
* Get enough sleep. The more tired you are, the more nauseated you may feel.

Handling fatigue:
You may feel tired as your body works overtime to support your pregnancy — and resting during the workday can be tough. It may help to:

* Take short, frequent breaks. Getting up and moving around for a few minutes can reinvigorate you. Spending a few minutes with the lights off, your eyes closed and your feet up also can help you recharge.
* Rethink your schedule. Your energy level may fluctuate throughout the day. If you're exhausted by the afternoon, tackle your most demanding tasks earlier in the day. If it takes you a while to get charged up in the morning, put off energy-draining chores until the afternoon.
* Cut back on outside activities. Scaling back can help you get more rest when your workday is over. You might even do your shopping online or hire someone to clean the house or take care of the yard.
* Keep up your exercise routine. Although exercise may be the last thing on your mind at the end of a long day, it may help boost your energy level — especially if you sit at a desk all day. Take a walk after work or join a prenatal fitness class, as long as your health care provider says it's OK.
* Go to bed early. If you're tired by 7 p.m., turn in for the night.

Staying comfortable:
As your pregnancy progresses, everyday activities such as sitting and standing can become uncomfortable. Remember those short, frequent breaks to combat fatigue? Moving around every few hours can also ease muscle tension and help prevent fluid buildup in your legs and feet. Try these other strategies, too:

* Sitting. Adjustable armrests, a firm seat and back cushions, and good lower back support can make long hours of sitting much easier — especially as your weight and posture change. If your chair isn't adjustable, improvise. Use a small pillow or cushion to provide extra support for your back. Put your feet up on a footrest, wastebasket or box.
* Standing. Prolonged standing can cause blood to pool in your legs, which may lead to pain or dizziness. It also puts pressure on your back. If you must stand for long periods of time, put one of your feet up on a footrest, low stool or box. Switch feet every so often, and take frequent breaks. Comfortable shoes are a given, but support hose can help, too.
* Bending and lifting. Proper form can spare your back, even if you're lifting something light. Bend at your knees, not your waist. Keep the load close to your body, lifting with your legs — not your back. Avoid twisting your body while lifting. If a load is too heavy to handle easily, ask for help.

Staying comfortable:
Stress on the job can inspire you to push hard, but it can also sap the energy you need to care for yourself and your baby. To minimize workplace stress:

* Take control. Make daily to-do lists and prioritize your tasks. Consider what you can delegate to someone else — or eliminate entirely.
* Keep it positive. Look for the humor in stressful situations. Surround yourself with upbeat people.
* Talk it out. Share frustrations with a supportive co-worker, friend or spouse.
* Choose your battles. If you can't do anything to change a particular situation, let it go.
* Relax. Practice relaxation techniques, such as breathing slowly or imagining yourself in a calm place. Or try a prenatal yoga class, as long as your health care provider gives you the OK.

Taking proper job precautions:
Certain working conditions may increase your risk of complications during pregnancy, including:

* Long, stressful commutes
* Prolonged standing
* Heavy, repetitive lifting
* Heavy vibrations, such as from large machines
* Exposure to harmful substances

Other job conditions also may be cause for concern. Frequent shift changes, for example, may make it hard for you to get the rest you need. A hot work environment may decrease your stamina and ability to perform strenuous physical tasks, as well as increase the risk of dehydration. Activities that require agility and good balance may become more difficult later in pregnancy.
If any of these issues apply to you, mention them to your health care provider. Together you can decide if you need to take any special precautions or modify your work duties during the various stages of your pregnancy.
Health during pregnancy
What you should eat:
Pregnancy puts additional nutritional demands on your body. You require to eat judiciously to meet the demands of the body. Make sure that you eat a mixture of different foods each day in order to get all the various nutrients that you and your baby need.

Your diet should have plenty of fruit and vegetables which provide vitamins, minerals and fibre. Eat them lightly cooked or raw. Let starchy foods like bread, potatoes, rice and breakfast cereals with vegetables form the main part of any meal.
Eat some good sources of nutrients like fish, eggs, cheese, beans, and lentils every day. Dairy products like milk, cheese and yogurt are important as they contain calcium and other nutrients needed for your baby's development.
Avoid sugar and sugary foods like sweets, biscuits and cakes and sugary drinks like cola. Cut down on fat and fatty foods as well.

Food to Be Avoided During Pregnancy
No amount of alcohol or smoking is advisable during pregnancy. The pregnant mother has to strictly keep away from them. Caffeine is also to be avoided as consumption of caffeine during pregnancy can cause miscarriages in the early stages.

* Unpasteurized cheese and milk, apple cider and juices
* Raw eggs and food containing raw eggs
* Undercooked or raw meat, fish and processed meat
* Fish that has mercury content in them like shark, swordfish, king mackerel and tilefish are to be avoided.

The craving for non-food items during pregnancy is called pica. Some pregnant women are naturally prone to a craving for non-food items like clay. Such craving should not be entertained as consumption of non-food items can prove to be dangerous for the foetus. It is important to consult the doctor if the urge arises.

Hence eat healthy, be healthy during and after pregnancy as your little infant thrives on your diet for a healthy living.
Mineral and vitamin supplements:
A large number of pregnant women suffer from varying degrees of anemia so additional iron supplementation is provided by pills. Also tablets of Folic acid (a vitamin necessary to prevent certain spinal disorders in the growing baby) along with Calcium are generally prescribed by the health care providers.
Pregnancy and weight:
Most women gain between 10 -12.5kgs (22 - 28lbs). Weight gain varies a great deal and depends on your weight before pregnancy. Weight gain significantly more or less than the average could be an indicator of a problem, so you must monitor your weight gain carefully. Also if you weigh more than 100kg or under 50kg your health care provider may have special advise for you.
Smoking during pregnancy:
Try to stop. When you smoke, carbon monoxide and nicotine passes into your lungs and blood stream. This means that: a) your baby gets less oxygen and cannot grow as well as it should, and b) the nicotine makes your baby's heart beat faster. Constantly breathing in other people's smoke may also have a harmful effect.

Babies of mothers who smoke are, on average, 200g (about 8 oz) lighter than other babies. These babies may have problems during and after labour and are more prone to infection; it will be better for your baby later too if you stop smoking. Children whose parents smoke are more likely to suffer from illnesses such as asthma; and there is an increased risk of cot death.
It has now been shown that even small amounts of alcohol can be harmful to your baby. Alcohol has adverse effects on the baby's development and can produce a lot of anomalies generally termed as 'Fetal Alcohol Syndrome'. So to be safe avoid alcohol totally during your pregnancy.
Pills medicines and other drugs:
You should be very careful while taking any kind of medication, specially in the earlier part of the pregnancy. Majority of drugs have some effects on the growing fetus and the first three months are crucial. You would be better off asking your doctor about any medications you want to take. Make sure your doctor or dentist knows you're pregnant before prescribing anything or giving you treatment.

At the same time it is important to remember that if you on treatment for some chronic conditions like epilepsy or diabetes you consult your doctor and continue your medications because control of such conditions is vitally important for you as well as the pregnancy.
Regular check-ups:
The key to protecting the health of your baby is to get regular Prenatalcare. Getting Prenatal care as soon as you know you are pregnant (or, if possible, before you conceive) and seeing your health care provider regularly as your pregnancy progresses are vital to you and your baby's health.

You should have your first examination during the first 6–8 weeks of your pregnancy, where your doctor will figure out how many weeks pregnant you are based on a physical examination and the date of your last period.

If you are healthy and there are no complicating risk factors, you can expect to see your healthcare provider

* Every 4 weeks until the 28th week of pregnancy.
* Every 2 weeks until 36 weeks.

Once a week until delivery:
Throughout your pregnancy, your healthcare provider will check your weight and blood pressure while also checking the growth and development of your baby. During the span of your pregnancy, you will also have Prenatal tests, including blood, urine and cervical tests, and probably at least one Ultrasound.

Tuesday, October 14, 2008

Prevent Gmail from Spam by Tweaking Filter

Gmail spam recognition technology is best in its class. Even Yahoo, Hotmail or Lycos could not beat Google at this. Its very rare that you find any spam in your inbox. But what annoys the most is the growing number of mails in spam folder. Cleaning your spam folder regularly makes Gmail look more gorgeous and lovely.Have you ever wondered that despite gmail's exclusive spam fighting filters and user's privacy concern, how these salesmen get into your inbox. Its all your fault. Distributing your email address to forums, groups, chat rooms and everywhere over internet.Lets analyze how spammers get your email address. Primary source is chat rooms, forums and groups where people normally mention their email. Second source is internet itself. You either write your email at some public place or list it in some attractive offers. Other less significant sources include mail servers and search engines.Spammers are basically salesmen, trying to sell you explicit material, drugs or stock options. Spammers use codes of software called spambots that crawl over internet, collecting anything that has @ between two words. So these spambots will automatically search for emails generating a mailing list which will be bombarded with spams.I will discuss two different genre tricks to bypass spammers.

List of Official Google Blogs

Here is the list for most useful official Google blogs in English with their descriptions:

The Official Google Blog - Insights from Googlers into our products, technology and the Google culture.AdWords Agency Blog - The latest from Adwords from you and your client.AdWords Retail Tips - Adwords tips for the retailers
AdSense Blog - A look inside Google AdSense. With newbie, optimization, AdSense features, and more.
Adwords API Blog - The official source of information about the AdWords API from Google.
Adwords Blog - Google's official blog for news, information, and tips on AdWords.
AJAX Search API Blog - At this Blog Google gives info about how to use the AJAX Search API.
Google Affiliate Network Blog - News, views and product information for Google affiliate network advertisers and publishers.
Analytics Blog - Here you can get the latest news, tips, and resources from the Google Analytics team.
Android Blog - Blog for developers working with Android, An Open Handset Alliance Project.
Base Blog - Get news, tips, and resources straight from the Google Base team.
Blogger Blog - The Official buzz from blogger.
Checkout Blog - The official Checkout Blog with news for sellers using Google Checkout.
Code Featured Projects - Blog about featured projects on Google Code.
Code Updates Blog - Read all about the latest Google Code updates at the Code Blog.
CPG Blog - News and notes from Google's Consumer Packaged Goods (CPG).
Custom Search Blog - The latest news, updates and tips from the Custom Search Engine team.
Data APIs - Official Google Data APIs blog.
Desktop APIs - Your official source on the Google Desktop APIs.
Docs Blog - News and notes from the Google Docs team at the official Docs Blog.
Enterprise Blog - A blog about enterprise information, search, and the users that live there.
Feedburner Blog - The Official Feedburner blog of burning questions.
Finance Blog - News and views from the Google Finance team.
Gadgets API Blog - Intended for people who use the Google Gadgets API to write gadgets.
Gears API Blog - Keep up to date on Google Gear's progress with Gears API Blog.
Gmail Blog - News, tips and tricks from Google's Gmail team and friends.
Grants Blog - We started this Blog as a place to read about the latest Google Grants news and information
Let's Take it Offline - The latest news form Google's TV, Print and Audio Ads team
Lat Long Blog - News and notes by the Google Earth and Maps team.
Mac Blog - Macs inside Google. The official Google Mac Blog.
Maps API Blog - Official Google Maps API blog.
Mashup Editor Blog - The official source of information about the Google Mashup Editor.
Mobile Blog - News and views from the Google Mobile team.
News Blog - The official blog from the team at Google News.
Notebook Blog - At the Notebook Blogs you can read news and tips from the Notebook team.
Open Source Blog - Open source at Google with news about Google's open source projects and programs.
OpenSocial API Blog - OpenSocial provides a set of APIs for social applications across multiple websites.
Orkut Blog - Your official guide to staying beautiful on Orkut.
Orkut Developer Blog - Learn about APIs, changes and events related to the Orkut developer platform.
Google Online Security Blog - The latest news and insights from Google on security and safety on the internet.
Picasa Blog - News, tips and tricks from the Picasa team at Google.
Public Policy Blog - Google's view on government, policy and politics.
Reader Blog - News, tips and tricks from the Google Reader Team.
Research Blog - Google research blog where Googlers write about their public research.
Security Blog - The latest news and insights from Google on security and safety on the Internet.
SketchUp API Blog - All about the ins and outs of the SketchUp API.
SketchUp Blog - News and notes from the SketchUp folks.
Students Blog - Google news and updates especially for students
Talk About Blog - A blog about voice, IM and open communications with Google Talk.
Testing Blog - If it ain't broke, you're not trying hard enough.
Google Traditional Media Ads Blog - News form Google's TV, Print and Audio Ads team.

Video Blog - Celebrating creative works from the many contributors to the Google Upload Program
Webmaster Central Blog - Official news on crawling and indexing sites for the Google index.
Web Toolkit Blog - About the open source Java software development framework for AJAX applications.
Website Optimizer Blog - The most up-to-date product news, industry insights, and testing strategies.
YouTube API Blog - For developers using the YouTube API.YouTube Blog - Official YouTube blog for latest features and happenings.Ohfffffff ! I am tired. Tell me if you encounter with new ones.

Useful List of Toll Free Numbers in India

All big co-operates and MNC's providers provide Toll Free Nos so that you can contact them for free. Its a part of quality service that these big companies offer to their customers. This a big list, you can alternatively find name/number by pressing "Ctrl + f " . I would recommend you to bookmark this page. These numbers come handy at times.

Useful Toll Free Numbers of India - Updated List

Toll Free Numbers for Airways

Indian Airlines - 1800 180 1407
Jet Airways - 1800 22 5522
SpiceJet - 1800 180 3333
Air India - 1800 22 7722 (Updated!)
KingFisher - 1800 180 0101 (new!)

Toll Free Numbers for Automobiles

Mahindra Scorpio - 1800 22 6006
Maruti - 1800 111 515
Tata Motors - 1800 22 5552
Windshield Experts - 1800 11 3636

Toll Free Numbers for Banks

ABN AMRO - 1800 11 2224
Canara Bank - 1800 44 6000
Citibank - 1800 44 2265
Corporatin Bank - 1800 443 555
Development Credit Bank - 1800 22 5769
ICICI Bank - 1800 333 499
ICICI Bank NRI - 1800 22 4848
IDBI Bank - 1800 11 6999
Indian Bank - 1800 425 1400
ING Vysya - 1800 44 9900
Kotak Mahindra Bank - 1800 22 6022
Lord Krishna Bank - 1800 11 2300
Punjab National Bank - 1800 122 222
State Bank of India - 1800 44 1955
Syndicate Bank - 1800 44 6655
HDFC bank - 1800 224 060 (updated!)
HDFC credit card - 1800 425 4332

Toll Free Numbers for Cell Phones (new!)

BenQ - 1800 22 08 08
Bird CellPhones - 1800 11 7700
Motorola MotoAssist - 1800 11 1211
HTC - 1800 11 33 77
Nokia - 3030 3838
Sony Ericsson - 3901 1111

Toll Free Numbers for Computers/IT

Adrenalin - 1800 444 445
AMD - 1800 425 6664
Apple Computers - 1800 444 683
Canon - 1800 333 366
Cisco Systems - 1800 221 777
Compaq - HP - 1800 444 999
Data One Broadband - 1800 424 1800
Dell - 1800 444 026
Epson - 1800 44 0011
eSys - 3970 0011
Genesis Tally Academy - 1800 444 888
HCL - 1800 180 8080
IBM - 1800 443 333
Lexmark - 1800 22 4477
Marshal's Point - 1800 33 4488
Microsoft - 1800 111 100
Microsoft Virus Update - 1901 333 334
Seagate - 1800 180 1104
Symantec - 1800 44 5533
TVS Electronics - 1800 444 566
WeP Peripherals - 1800 44 6446
Wipro - 1800 333 312
xerox - 1800 180 1225
Zenith - 1800 222 004

Toll Free Numbers for Couriers/Packers & Movers

ABT Courier - 1800 44 8585
AFL Wizz - 1800 22 9696
Agarwal Packers & Movers - 1800 11 4321
Associated Packers P Ltd - 1800 21 4560
DHL - 1800 111 345
FedEx - 1800 22 6161
Goel Packers & Movers - 1800 11 3456
UPS - 1800 22 7171

Toll Free Numbers for Education

Edu Plus - 1800 444 000
Hindustan College - 1800 33 4438
NCERT - 1800 11 1265
Vellore Institute of Technology - 1800 441 555

Toll Free Numbers for Healthcare

Best on Health - 1800 11 8899
Dr Batras - 1800 11 6767
GlaxoSmithKline - 1800 22 8797
Johnson & Johnson - 1800 22 8111
Kaya Skin Clinic - 1800 22 5292
LifeCell - 1800 44 5323
Manmar Technologies - 1800 33 4420
Pfizer - 1800 442 442
Roche Accu-Chek - 1800 11 45 46
Rudraksha - 1800 21 4708
Varilux Lenses - 1800 44 8383
VLCC - 1800 33 1262

Toll Free Numbers for Home Appliances

Aiwa/Sony - 1800 11 1188
Anchor Switches - 1800 22 7979
Blue Star - 1800 22 2200
Bose Audio - 1800 11 2673
Bru Coffee Vending Machines - 1800 44 7171
Daikin Air Conditioners - 1800 444 222
DishTV - 1800 180 3474 (updated!)
Faber Chimneys - 1800 21 4595
Godrej - 1800 22 5511
Grundfos Pumps - 1800 33 4555
LG - 1901 180 9999
Philips - 1800 22 4422
Samsung - 1800 113 444
Sanyo - 1800 11 0101
Voltas - 1800 33 4546
WorldSpace Satellite Radio - 1800 44 5432

Toll Free Numbers for Hotel Reservations

GRT Grand - 1800 44 5500
InterContinental Hotels Group - 1800 111 000
Marriott - 1800 22 0044
Sarovar Park Plaza - 1800 111 222
Taj Holidays - 1800 111 825

Toll Free Numbers for Insurance

AMP Sanmar - 1800 44 2200
Aviva - 1800 33 2244
Bajaj Allianz - 1800 22 5858
Chola MS General Insurance - 1800 44 5544
HDFC Standard Life - 1800 227 227
LIC - 1800 33 4433
Max New York Life - 1800 33 5577
Royal Sundaram - 1800 33 8899
SBI Life Insurance - 1800 22 9090

Toll Free Numbers for Mattresses

Kurl-on - 1800 44 0404
Sleepwell - 1800 11 2266

Toll Free Numbers for Investments/Finance

CAMS - 1800 44 2267
Chola Mutual Fund - 1800 22 2300
Easy IPO's - 3030 5757
Fidelity Investments - 1800 180 8000
Franklin Templeton Fund - 1800 425 4255
J M Morgan Stanley - 1800 22 0004
Kotak Mutual Fund - 1800 222 626
LIC Housing Finance - 1800 44 0005
SBI Mutual Fund - 1800 22 3040
Sharekhan - 1800 22 7500
Tata Mutual Fund - 1800 22 0101

Toll Free Numbers for Paints

Asian Paints Home Solutions - 1800 22 5678
Berger Paints Home Decor - 1800 33 8800

Toll Free Numbers for Teleshopping
Asian Sky Shop - 1800 22 1800
Jaipan Teleshoppe - 1800 11 5225
Tele Brands - 1800 11 8000
VMI Teleshopping - 1800 447 777
WWS Teleshopping - 1800 220 777

Toll Free Numbers for Travel

Club Mahindra Holidays - 1800 33 4539
Cox & Kings - 1800 22 1235
God TV Tours - 1800 442 777
Kerala Tourism - 1800 444 747
Kumarakom Lake Resort - 1800 44 5030
Raj Travels & Tours - 1800 22 9900
Sita Tours - 1800 111 911
SOTC Tours - 1800 22 3344

Toll Free Numbers for UPS

APC - 1800 44 4272
Numeric - 1800 44 3266

Other Important Toll Free Numbers

Consumer Helpline - 1800 11 4000
L'Or?al, GARNIeR - 1800 223 000
KONE Elevator - 1800 444 666
Indane - 1800 44 51 15
Aavin - 1800 44 3300
Pedigree - 1800 11 2121
Kodak India - 1800 22 8877
Domino's Pizza - 1800 111 123
World Vision India - 1800 444 550
Telecom Monitoring Cell - 1800 110 420
Report electricity theft in haryana - 1800 180 1011
Anti Courreption Help Line ( State Vigilance Bureau, Haryana) - 1800 180 2022

Localized Helpful Nos. for Metro Cities Only (Updated)
(Click here for Local BSNL Toll Free Nos. )
Blood Bank - 1910
Women in Distress - 1020
CATS - 1099
eye bank helpline - 1919
Child Labour complaint Old age help line anti courreption Help Line - 1098
Heart Attack - 1050
Heart Brigade - 1051
Fire brigade - 101
Ambulance - 102
AIDS Control Centre - 1097
Local Assistance - 199
Indian Airlines: General Enquiry - 140
Railway Enquiry - 131
Passenger Reservation - 132
IVRS (English) - 1361
IVRS (Hindi) - 1363
Telephone Directory Enquiry - 197
Changed number Announcement - 1961 (or) 1962
Police (from landline) - 100
Police (from mobile) - 112

Contact me in case you find some additions or errors.
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