Sunday, May 19, 2013

Bagga Wines hyderabad

Bagga Wines

Rang Mahal Road, Putli Bowli, Hyderabad - 500001 | View Map
(040) 24741622

Yes Mart kukatpally hyderabad

Yes Mart

Plot No 6a/6b, Door No 2-22-261 & 262, As Raju Nagar, Beside South India Shopping Mall, Kukatpally, Hyderabad - 500072 | 
(040) 42402526424025274202141742021418

Furor Entertainment Pvt Ltd hyderabad,salsa,dance

Furor Entertainment Pvt Ltd

Flat No 204,Jaffer Residency, Near Wheel O City, Hylam Colony,Road No 11, Jubilee Hills, Hyderabad - 500034 
(040) 67112961

Nuziveedu Seeds Limited hyderabad

Nuziveedu Seeds Limited
Address: NSL Icon, 4th Floor, 8-2-684/2/A, Road No-12, Banjara Hills, Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh 500034
Phone:040 3051 4444

Godrej Natures Basket

Godrej Natures Basket

8-2-594/A, Urmila Towers, Opp Rainbow Hospital, Road No 10, Banjara Hills, Hyderabad - 500034 | View Map
(040) 2335539923350029

Navayuga Engineering Company Limited hyderabad

Navayuga Engineering Company Limited
Address: Laxmi Tower, P-1259, Road Number 36, ICRISAT Colony, Jubilee Hills, Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh 500033
Phone:040 2355 7196

Natco Pharma Limited hyderabad

Natco Pharma Limited
Address: Natco House, Road, No-2, Banjara Hills, Banjara Hills, Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh 500033
Phone:040 2354 7532

National Motors hyderabad

National Motors
Address: 57/A, RR Towers, Chirag Ali Lane, Hyderabad, 500001
Phone:040 5566 5528

Lotus Caterers kukatpally hyderabad

Lotus Caterers

Basaiah Buliding, Opp Kennedy High School, Main Road Kukatpally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad - 500072 | 
(040) 64530203

19th may 2013 sunday;

Scanned 4 dailies listed ads of yesterday; small mice head ache;Rx attended Bangalore summer record  book originalvel color one this time purchased; called NRN;some future plannings did; PAID 2 K to narsing;Eggs fish arranged to home;perugu; quickly scanned last bangalore summer data;Review of trackeagle  about new 3 olds seen;ITs quite waste to attend RX without sufficient cash levels;

GTa had chat with Durga good one interative ; Gave cash for rice;some entries posted at night;

hubli info

Hubballi (Formerly Hubli, is a major city in the state of Karnataka of India. The name Hubli literally means "flowering creeper" in Kannada. While Dharwad is the administrative headquarters, The municipality covers 191 km. Hubli-Dharwad is located 425 KM northwest of Bangalore, on the National Highway 4 between Bangalore and Pune. The city of Hubli, situated about 20 km south-east of Dharwad, is the commercial centre and business hub of North Karnataka. Crops like Cotton and peanuts are grown aplenty in the surrounding rural areas, and Hubli is a major trading center for both commodities.

On the occasion of celebration of golden jubilee of formation of Karnataka state, called Suvarna Karnataka the Hubli city was officially named as Hubballi on 1 November 2006 by the state government. In terms of population Hubli - Dharwad city is the Third-largest city in Karnataka after Bangalore and Mysore. The City is governed by the Hubli-Dharwad Municipal Corporation , having an elected council. Kannada is the major language of communication. It is also an important city for the Indian Railways, being the headquarters for South Western Railway Zone and the Hubli Railway Division. 

srilanka history

Sri Lanka seems poised to take its place as a new economic powerhouse in South Asia. After all, Sri Lanka (formerly known as Ceylon) has been a key trading hub of the Indian Ocean world for more than a thousand years.

he Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka has a republican form of government, with a president who is both head of government and head of state. Universal suffrage starts at age 18. The current president is Mahinda Rajapaksa; presidents serve six-year terms.
Sri Lanka has a unicameral legislature. There are 225 seats in Parliament, and members are elected by popular vote to six-year terms.
The president appoints judges to both the Supreme Court and the Court of Appeals. There are also subordinate courts in the country's nine provinces.


Sri Lanka's total population is approximately 21.5 million. Nearly three-quarters, 73.8%, are ethnic Sinhalese. Sri Lankan Tamils, whose ancestors came to the island from southern India centuries ago, make up about 12% of the population, while more recent Indian Tamil immigrants, brought in as agricultural labor by the British colonial government, represent 5%.
Another 7% of Sri Lankans are the Malays and Moors, descendants of Arab and Southeast Asian traders who plied the Indian Ocean monsoon winds for more than a thousand years. There are also tiny numbers of Dutch and British settlers, and aboriginal Veddahs, whose ancestors arrived at least 18,000 years ago.


The official language of Sri Lanka is Sinhala. Both Sinhala and Tamil are considered national languages; only about 18% of the population speaks Tamil as a mother tongue, however. Other minority languages are spoken by about 8% of Sri Lankans. In addition, English is a common language of trade, and approximately 10% of the population are conversant in English as a foreign language.


Sri Lanka has a maritime tropical climate, meaning that it is warm and humid throughout the year. Average temperatures ranges from 16°C (60.8°F) in the central highlands to 32°C (89.6°F) along the northeast coast. High temperatures in Trincomalee, in the northeast, can top 38°C (100°F). The entire island generally has humidity levels between 60 and 90% year-round, with the higher levels during the two long monsoonal rainy seasons (May to October and December to March).


Sri Lanka has one of the strongest economies in South Asia, with a GDP of $59 billion US (2011 estimate), a per capita GDP of $2830, and an 8% annual growth rate. It receives substantial remittances from Sri Lankan overseas workers, mostly in the Middle East; in 2010, Sri Lankans abroad sent home $4.11 billion US.
Major industries in Sri Lanka include tourism; rubber, tea, coconut and tobacco plantations; telecommunications, banking and other services; and textile manufacturing. The unemployment rate and percentage of the population living in poverty are both an enviable 4.3%.
The island's currency is called the Sri Lankan rupee. As of June, 2012, the exchange rate was $1 US = 132.5 LKR.


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