Why no punishment for Kejriwal for calling Modi psychopath? + Countries which give strict punishments for insulting rulers

I want to show you the headlines of some international newspapers on the 15th of December this year.Screen Shot 2015-12-28 at 6.15.40 pm.jpg


Above is The Washington Post and below is The Guardian

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The world talked about Delhi CM calling the Prime Minister a “psychopath”. I think that Kejriwal was actually lucky that he was in India, had he been in Iran he would have gotten 74 lashes. 

It’s not only Iran that gives such harsh punishments for insulting the ruler. There are many more countries which give following sentences like:

  1. Kuwait- Permanent Exile
  2. Venezuela and Poland- Upto 3 years in prison
  3. Turkey- 4 years in prison
  4. Netherlands and Indonesia- 5 years in prison
  5. Bahrain- 7 years in prison
  6. Thailand- A man recently faced 37 years in prison for insulting the King’s dog.
  7. Azerbaijan- 2 years of “corrective labour”
  8. Lebanon- Upto Rs. 50 lakh fine

In India ‘Democracy without Discipline’ is becoming the norm of the day. Ever since Modi government has come into power there is a splurge in people’s indiscipline (against Modi). Anyone can say anything and Anyone can do anything without any respect or dread. Kejriwal using such foul language for the PM of India has held our country in shame and sadly he can get away with it in the name of “democracy”. I strongly believe that democracy should also be disciplined. What about you? Do share your views.

Top 10 quick tips to save Money and Time

  1. Want to extend the length of a trial of an application/ software? Simply push back the date on your computer.winxp-settings-date-time-properties.png

  2. If you use the socket of an iPad charger for charging your iPhone it will charge much faster.11iyeivFuKL


  3. If you want to charge your phone faster, (applicable for iOS, Android and other Operating Systems) put them on airplane mode during charging.airplane-mode.jpg

  4. Bounce batteries to see if they’re good or bad. Drop them on a table from about 6 inches. If it gives a small bounce and falls over, they are good. If they bounce around any more than that, they’re dead, or close to dead.
  5. Got scratches on your wood table? Rub a walnut on it, they will disappear.ezgif.com-gif-maker (1)
  6. Annoyed of ads on your phone games? Turn on airplane mode.paper-glider-chartboost.jpg
  7. Put your phone in a cup or glass to amplify the sound.17mblfp4p6utkjpg
  8. Have only Triple A batteries (the slim ones)? Fill the gaps with foil.4840.jpg
  9. If laptop is over heating place two forks underneath.Forks-under-laptop
  10. Set “@@” as the keyboard shortcut for your email address. Now you don’t have to type your email again and again.email-keyboard-shortcut.png

9 Reasons you should buy an Air Purifier + 5 notable Air Purifiers in India

‘Pollution’ was just a phrase for me, but now the picture below knocked some sense into my brain and therefore, I present 9 reasons as to why you should buy a air purifier.

  1. Cleans the air- Renowned cardiovascular and cardiothoracic surgeon, Dr. Naresh Trehan showed us how dangerous is Delhi’s air. This picture shows the difference between the lungs of a resident of Himachal Pradesh and a resident of Delhi. mos-lungs-with-logo_121015112034.png
  2. Eliminates molds (Molds are a type of fungus)
  3. It also removes pet dander( Pet dander is composed of tiny, even microscopic, flecks of skin shed by cats, dogs, rodents, birds and other animals with fur or feathers. These bits of skin can cause reactions in people who are specifically allergic to these triggers.)
  4. Prevents allergies.
  5. Dust and smoke removal and also clears out unhealthy fumes.
  6. Healthier heart and lungs.
  7. Allows you to do gardening without any second thought.
  8. Improved sleep 
  9. Prevents 
      1. Cancer
      2. Kidney, Liver Damage
      3. Asthma 
      4. Skin Rashes
      5. Developmental problems in Children
      6. Nervous System Damage
      7. Cough, Throat irritation

5 notable Air Purifiers in India


Kent Ozone Room Air Purifier

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  • Produces Ozone gas, an environment friendly and highly reactive oxidant, which is sprayed quietly and effectively through a fan
  • Neutralizes stale and foul odour rapidly and supplies fresh air
  • Extremely silent operation
  • Does not require any service and change of parts
  • 3-mode selector to suit different requirements
  • Ideal for small rooms

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Philips AC4025 40 -Watt Air Purifier AC4025_00-IMS-en_HK

Price: Rs 14,999

  • Material: ABS Plastic
  • Advanced filtration system
  • Sleep mode and healthy air protect alert
  • 3-step fan speed
  • 1 or 4 or 8 hours easy-to-set timer
  • Ideal for bedrooms

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Oster OAP706 40-Watt Air Purifieroster-oap706-40-watt-air-purifier-white-B00IL5ZMYA-500x554.jpg

Price: Rs 3,499

  • Hepa type filters removes up to 99 percent of particles as small as 2 micron
  • 3 fan speed with ionizer
  • Ideal area capacity – 165 sq. ft.
  • Warranty: 2 years on product
  • Power: 40 watts; Operating voltage: 220-240 volts

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 Moonbow AP-A8400UIN 55-Watt Air Purifier71FZzwJG0cL._SL1500_.jpg

Price: Rs 11,490

  • Puri 5 with refreshing energizer
  • Area Coverage: Upto 400 sqft
  • Pre filter which captures large particles like hair, large dust particles etc
  • True HEPA filter which eliminates particles down to 0.3 µm up to 99.985 percent, also traps all kinds of germs in the air
  • Activated carbon filter which absorbs formaldehyde, benzene and other noxious gas, removes all type odours from your room in no time
  • UV lamp which eliminates germs by 99 percent
  • Refreshing energizer it releases more than 8 millions/cc of negative ions helping remove pollen, bacteria, odors and chemicals from the air which makes air fresh

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Price: Rs 1,290

  • Room Air Purifier is a negative ions based Air purifier. Negative ions are called “Vitamins of the air”
  • Neutralize pollutants and have several health benefits. They improve oxygen carrying capacity of the blood to different body organs
  • They reduce dust, smoke, odour & even the harmful effects of electromagnetic field.
  • Note: It is recommended to use Room Air Purifier for at least 12 – 16 hours each day for efficient results.
  • It reduces:Dust, Smoke, Foul, Odor, Exhaust Fumes, Radiation, Germs + Viruses.

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Price: Rs 161

  • Convert ceiling fan into air cleaner and live healthier.
  • Airofil Air Cleaners are lightweight and attach to the top of the fan blade.
  • Help to remove dust, allergen & pollen from your room.
  • Easy to install and replace – just follow four simple instructions on back of the box.
  • Lasts for 30 to 60 days or earlier depending on dust collected.

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Steve Jobs was a half- Syrian: 10 facts you didn’t know about Steve Jobs

  1. Steve Jobs was adopted- He was adopted by Paul and Clara Jobs even though he always says “They (Paul and Clara Jobs) are 1000% my real parents”

  2. His biological father was Syrian- His fathers name was Abdulfattah Jandali and that basically means that he was also half-Syrian.

  3. He made the famous game Atari Breakout He made the game Atari Breakout which I also mentioned in my other post saying that whenever you type “Atari Breakout” in google images this game always comes up.ht_atari_breakout_jef_130514_wmain

  4. He lied to Steve Wozniak- When they made Atari Breakout, Wozniak and Jobs were going to split the pay 50-50. Atari gave Jobs $5000 to do the job. He told Wozniak that he got $700 so Wozniak took home $350 and Steve Jobs went with $4,650

  5. He never wrote a single line of code during his term at Apple

  6. He never ate any non vegetarian food except fish and was a Zen Buddhist.

  7. He threw the prototype of the iPod into an aquarium to prove that there were air bubbles and it could be made slimmer.

  8. His attention to detail- In January 2008 he called up Google’s vice president of engineering Vic Gundotra saying 

    So Vic, we have an urgent issue, one that I need addressed right away. I’ve already assigned someone from my team to help you, and I hope you can fix this tomorrow. I’ve been looking at the Google logo on the iPhone and I’m not happy with the icon. The second O in Google doesn’t have the right yellow gradient. It’s just wrong and I’m going to have Greg fix it tomorrow. Is that okay with you?


  9. Once a single mother was late for work because her car broke down. The result? Steve Jobs threw her the keys of his brand new Jaguar.


  10. He didn’t know about his biological sister, Mona Simpson until she was 25 and she was a famous author. 

Apple Watch Review + Why you should buy a smart watch + Apple Watch vs Moto 360 2nd Gen

I bought the Apple Watch in May this year from the United States as it hadn’t released in India then. And I have noticed that in the past few days the interest of people in smart watches has started to grow, mostly because of the release of the Moto 360 2nd Generation (What!! You haven’t heard about it?). Moto-360-2nd-gen.jpg

First of all I start off with 4 reasons to buy a smart watch 

  1. All your messages and phone calls will be picked up from your smart watch, no need to pull out your bulky smartphone or even carry it in your hands. 
  2. They have great bluetooth range and you can use it even if you are at your neighbours house or away from your workstations.
  3. Excellent feature for finding your phone by a ping which will make your smartphone beep.(So the thief can be caught easily)
  4. Make your boss jealous- Print from your smart watch from your boss’s room, he will gape at you in awe. (Be trendy and style icon in your office)
  5. Great for girls as they don’t have to search their ‘mysterious bag’ for their phone.
  6. Fitness Tracker- Following the release of Fitbit, everybody has started wearing a fitness tracker and actually everybody loves it, well… it just goes to a whole new level as the smart watches are fully packed with motion sensors, heart sensors and almost everything you have in a fitness tracker.
  7. It makes you stand out from the crowd.
  8. They are getting cheaper- If you want a fitness tracker you will get it for about Rs.13,000 while smart watch prices start from Rs.16,000.

Note: I shall only be talking about the 42mm Apple Watch and the 42mm Moto 360 2nd generation

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Customization:
You get various types of straps in the Apple Watch 

Like this special edition from Hermesapple-watch-hermes-3.jpg

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While you can totally customize the Moto 360 2nd GenScreen-Shot-2015-09-02-at-4.15.50-PM-720x2931-720x293.jpg

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It isn’t a replacement of mobile, you still need a mobile to operate it. And the Apple Watch doesn’t support Android devices whereas, the Moto 360 supports both Android and Apple devices.