Thursday, June 23, 2005

Good Story

Once upon a time there were 2 brothers who lived on the 80th floor of a tall building.
On coming home one day they realized, to their dismay, that the lifts were not working and that they would have to climb the stairs home.
After struggling to the 20th level, panting and tired, they decided to abandon their bags and come back for them the next day.

They left their bags then and climbed on . . .

By the time they had struggled to the 40th level, they had gone sufficiently mad and were irritated.

The younger brother started to grumble and both of them began to quarrel.

They continued to climb the flights of steps, quarreling all the way to the 60th floor.

They then realized that they had only 20 levels more to climb and decided to stop quarreling and continue climbing in peace.

They silently climbed on and reached their home at long last! Each stood calmly before the door and waited for the other to open the door.

They then realized that the key was in their bags, which were left on the 20th floor...

This story is a reflection on our life and times.

All of us climb the tall building called career . . . some till the 80th floor and some less.

But do we know that the key to happiness is in the bag, which has been left back on the 20th floor?

Know your dreams and follow it so that you will not live with regrets . . .

If the chariot of your life is driven by the steeds of ambition, make sure the reins of your life are held by the hands of joy.

We are the heroes of our own story . . .

Tuesday, June 21, 2005

Visual Basic Interview Questions.

I usually Interview Candidates for Visual Basic and SQL for our company.

The Questions I ask for the Post of Trainee Programmers

1. What is a Key Preview property of a Form ?

2. How we can avoid two simultanious instances of a EXE ?

3. What is the difference between In Process COM & Out of Process COM ?

4. Explain the ADO object model ?

5. How we can Call a stored Procedure from VIsual Basic ?

6. Can we return a table from a function in SQL server & How ?

7. What do you mean by 3/n tire Architecture / How we can Implement using Visual Basic & SQL Server ?

8. What are the different Data Access Technologies that we can USe with Visual Basic ?

9. If we use Ms Access as Database then which technology you will use ADO / DAO / RDO ? Explain Pros & cons of each

10. What is Option Base in Visual Basic ?

11. Is Visual Basic Object Oriented ? if no why ? if yes How ?

12. Can we use Triggers in recursive manner ? Are there any limitations ?

13. Compare Windows Authentication & SQL Role based Authentication for Data Access ?

14. Difference Between Primary Key & Unique Key .

15. What are the Diffferent ways to use Crystal Report from Visual Basic ?

16. Compare Early Binding & Late Binding

17. Explain in which scenario you can use GetObject & when CreateObject methods ?

18. What is the Role of Visual Basic runtime in Execution of VB EXE ?

19. How to deploy a Visual Basic Project ?

20. What is compatibility ?

21. When to use Project Compatibility / Binary Compatibility / No Compatibility ?

22. When .VBR file is created in Visual Basic ?

23. What is essential to design a ActiveX control that can be placed on MDI form ?

24. How many maximum number of controls that we can place on a form with out making a control array ?

25. What are in instancing properties of a Active X Exe & DLL & explain each ?

All the best.

Monday, June 20, 2005

ASP/XML Interview questions

Interview Questions for ASP/XML/COM/IIS/SQL-Server
1. Why do you use Option Explicit.

2. What are the data types in _VBScript.

3. What is a session Object.

4. What are the three Objects of ADO.

5. What are the lock-types available in ADO.Explain.

6. What are the cursor types available in ADO.Explain.

7. What is a COM component.

8. How do you register a COM component.

9. What is a virtual root and how do you create one?.

10. What is a database index, how do you create one, discuss it's pros and cons.

11. What is the default language of ASP.

12. How do you use multiple record sets( rs.NextRecordSet ).

13. As soon as you fetch a record set, what operations would you perform.

14. Define a transaction. What are acid properties of a transaction.

15. How would you remotely administer IIS.

16. What is RAID? What is it used for.

17. What is normalization?. Explain normalization types.

18. What is the disadvantage of creating an index in every column of a database table.

19. What are the uses of source control software.

20. You have a query that runs slowly, how would you make it better.

21. What is a bit datatype?.What is it used for.

22. How would you go about securing IIS and MS-SQL Server.

23. What is the difference between Request("field) and

24. Few example scenarios of static and dynamic XMLs.

Best of Luck

Thursday, June 16, 2005 : Copy / Read Scratched CDs : Copy / Read Scratched CDs

We always face a poblem to recover data from scratched CD's. While copying CD's to harddisk it aborts the copying process.

This program is great for recovering files from scratched CD's or defective floppy/hard disks. Normally when your computer is unable to copy a file from a damaged disk it will abort and delete the portition of the file it has copied. This program however will continue to copy the file right to the end. Any data that is not recoverable after many retries is replaced with blanks. This will allow you to truely recover every byte of information that is available for recovery. The program allows you to specify a single file, a group using wildcards (* and ?) or if you wish, select a starting folder and the program will copy all data from it and any sub folders it may contain. This program doesnt just need to be used for copying files form defective disks, it can be used to transfer any files!

Excuses and results

In life we have either excuses - or we have results.

It seems that some people are here just to teach us that ...

* Roger Crawford was born with one leg and two arms, but no hands.
What does he do? He's a professional tennis player. That is, he earned
professional status and he makes his living playing and coaching tennis.

* Digital Dan, of Ferndale, California was a carpenter until he got
cancer of the throat and had his voice box removed. When he could no
longer speak, he became a disc jockey!

* Dan types his words into a laptop computer, and the laptop does
the talking!

How often do we say ... "I'm too old, too tired, too lazy, too busy...
it's too hard!" People like Roger and Dan remind us that
our excuses are mostly pathetic!
Take any goal you want to achieve ... a university degree, an apartment
of your own, a happy marriage, a flat stomach ... and
you'll find a hundred reasons why it is inconvenient or impossible. But
all you need is ONE really good reason why you want something! Then you
go and get it!

When you want something enough, you find a way.

In a nut shell Success is not about "the facts".
It's about your attitude.

Wishing you success in your life...

Microsoft SQL Server 2005

Today I got the beta2 developer edition of Microsoft SQL Server 2005 from Microsoft .

Hardware Requirements (32-bit)
Below are hardware requirements for installing and running Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Developer Edition, SQL Express Edition, or SQL Server management tools on the 32-bit platform.

Hardware Minimum requirements
Computer: Intel or compatible Pentium 600 MHz or higher processor minimum; 1 GHz or higher recommended
Memory (RAM) 256 MB minimum; 512 MB or more recommended
Hard disk space SQL Server database components: 95 to 300 MB, 250 MB typical
Analysis Services: 50 MB minimum, 130 MB typical

Reporting Services: 50 MB minimum for Report Server, 30 MB for Report Designer

Monitor VGA or higher resolution 1,024x768 or higher resolution required for SQL Server graphical tools
Pointing device Microsoft Mouse or compatible pointing device
CD-ROM drive Required for CD installation

with in few next days I will be testing & taking trial of this Versions

Sunday, June 12, 2005

Let's learn from Arjuna

Lore has it that Dronacharya, the guru of the Pandava clan, feared the tribal Ekalavya would one day defeat his favourite student, Arjuna. The wily guru circumvented Ekalavya’s pleas to become his student, by asking for his thumb as guru dakshina.

If you look back on this incident, do you really think Ekalavya would have defeated Arjuna, even with his thumb intact? Possibly not.

Before you flame me, let me set out my reasons: Arjuna was a warrior—he was taught to overcome opponents with numerous devices, including swords, sorcery, and fist fights. Quite like the way many of us showcase all those technologies we work with—software, hardware, quality assurance and so on.

Ekalavya—as far as we know—knew only archery and that too against one target, the dog. Arjuna thought like what he was groomed to be—a ruler. He would have foreseen potential pitfalls in a clash with a lone, wild tribal prince, and would have planned well in handling the meeting—if at all it had come to that.

He was part of a large network—gurus, four other brothers, a shrewd mother, a thoughtful wife, other councillors and royal princes, all of whom would have opened up a vista of plans.

Now, tell me, would have Ekalavya won?

What does this have to do with us? Today, technology has rendered us Ekalavyas—hard core technology people who work in lone cubicles on pieces of projects: quite like the tribal prince who knew only how to shoot arrows at a single target.

Job markets in the technology world have taken on some unique cycles—you are flooded with offers when the market is on a roll, or are laid off without even a goodbye, when the market is down.
When you are in a market high, how do you choose a perfect fit?

Or when you are laid off, how do you get back to equilibrium?

Let us learn from Arjuna. What did he have on his side?

Learning: He was an artful warrior and kind ruler, with a host of skills finely honed to perfection, and years of grounding in arthashastra—the art of ruling.

Leverage: He was constantly using his network of contacts in finding out what happened in his kingdom—trends, people’s moods, thefts and murders. He was in the know of things to paint the big picture.

Leadership: He was always taking on the initiative to do things—acting messenger for his brother, winning contests...At any instance of hardship, Arjuna offered to take on responsibility.

How can you apply these to your daily job in the technology world?
Simple. Open your ears, close your mouth, and think deeply.

Learn: When you are on a project, spend an hour with the team in learning what the rest are working on, speak to your manager and learn what the project has to do with the company, the customer, the business, the market.

Get the big picture. You will immediately know what this project is a trend for, and can plan to learn new skills. If you plan to learn a new tool or software simply because your neighbour got a job in that field, you may not get very far.

Leverage: When you are stuck in a project, you think it is your duty to solve it all by yourself. Wrong!

If you have spent sufficient time in building your network of people (not technology!), all you need to do is throw this problem onto a network and wait for solutions to come pouring in. Ignore this free education, and you are shutting yourself in Ekalavya’s forests.

But if you can return this by contributing towards solving someone else’s problem, you have won a name for life.

Lead: The normal career path in any large firm seems to be like this—code for four years, become a senior coder, code some more, become an expert, then a project lead, and finally a project manager.

It is almost routine, and you are disappointed when your next cubicle occupant has become an expert in three years, whereas you haven’t. Promotions are a sign of leadership—unless you are already acting like an expert, don’t expect to become one or be granted such a position.

Find out opportunities within your project where you can show your style of expertise—which in turn demands that you have learnt quite well about this project and can leverage all resources to lead the team to solve a problem.
MBA degrees, skill sets, technologies all matter. However, in the long run, what matters is what you bring to the table—your learning abilities, your leveraging abilities, and your leadership abilities.

Technology serves a dual cut—while it unites businesses to customers and revenues, it has isolated the people behind it from each other. If you think your PC, coding, and your cube are the best friends in your world, come on out and take a walk.

The world is still full of people who wish to know you, and be known to you. Ask yourself, “Am I an Arjuna?”

Thursday, June 09, 2005

Nice Thought

Soul mate. .

Once upon a time, there was a teacher and his student. One day they
were lying down under a big tree on a grassy plain. Then, suddenly,
the student asked the teacher, Teacher, I'm confused, how can I find
my soul-mate..? Can you please help me..?

Teacher : Silent for few seconds, then he answered, well; it's a pretty
hard and easy question.
Student : (Thinking hard) Huh???
Teacher : Look that way, there's a lot of grass there, why don't you walk
there, but please never walk backward, just walk straight ahead.
On your way, try to find a beautiful blade of grass and pick it up,
then give it to me. But just ONE blade of grass!
Student : Well, ok then.. wait for me.. walked straight ahead on the grass field.

A few minutes later..

Student : I'm back.
Teacher : Erm, well I don't see any beautiful blade of grass in your hand.
Student : On my journey, I found a few beautiful blades of grass, but each
time I thought that I would find a better one, so I didn't pick it up.
But I didn't realize that I'm at the end of the field, and I hadn't picked
up any. 'Cause you told me not to go back, so I didn't go back.
Teacher : That's what happens in real life..

What is the message of this story..?
In looking for your soul mate, please don't always compare and Hope that there
will be a better one. By doing that, you'll waste your lifetime, 'coz remember
Time Never Goes Back".

It applies similarly in finding your ideal life partner, your suitable, career or business

Therefore the morale is :

LOVE & GRAB HOLD of the opportunity that you have. Don't waste time now - Go & get it now . . .

Wednesday, June 08, 2005

Best Husband

Several men are in the locker room of a golf club. A cell phone on a bench
rings and a man engages the hands-free speaker function and begins to talk.
Everyone else in the room stops to listen.

MAN: "Hello"

WOMAN: "Honey, it's me. Are you at the club?"

MAN: "Yes"

WOMAN: "I am at the mall now and found this beautiful leather coat it's only
$1,000. Is it OK if I buy it?"

MAN: "Sure, go ahead if you like it that much."

WOMAN: "I also stopped by the Mercedes dealership and saw the new 2005
models. I saw one I really liked."

MAN: "How much?"

WOMAN: "$60,000"

MAN: "OK, but for that price I want it with all the options."

WOMAN: "Great! Oh, Honey, one more thing . . . the house we wanted last
year is back on the market. They're asking $250,000."

MAN: "Well, then go ahead and give them an offer, but just offer $240,000"

WOMAN: "OK. I'll see you later! I love you!"

MAN: "Bye, I love you, too."

The man hangs up. The other men in the locker room are looking at him in
astonishment. Then he asks: "Anyone know whose phone this is?"

Pune Help Line

All Important Phone Numbers in Pune City ( Maharashtra )
Ambedkar Sanskrutik Bhavan 26055476
Bal Gandharva Rang Mandir 25532959
Bharat Natya Mandir 24471614
Ganesh Kala krida mandir 24447712
Nehru Memorial Hall 26128560 / 768
Mahatma Chambers of Commerce 24440081
Prekshgurh Chinchwad 27457020
Prekshgurh Pimpri 27423843
Tilak Smarak Mandir 24339920 / 4004
Yashwantrao Chavan Natyagurha 25395232 / 25390042


Police Control Room 26122880 /6296
Traffic Police Control 26123520
State Highway Police Control 25819301
Home Guards 25536086
Civil Defence Center 26361072
City Police Stations
Bundgarden 26123825
Cantonment 26361250
Chaturshrungi 25655335
Deccan Gymkhana 25675005
Faraskhana 24452250
Hadapsar 26817449
Khadkamal 24476422
Khadki 25818659
Kothrud 25447427
Lashakar 26361250
Sahakar Nagar 24228113
Samarth 26135491
Swargate 24271350
Vishram Baug 24457750
Visharant Wadi 26692590
Wanworie 26870881
Yerwada 26684456
Akurdi 27653307
Bhosari 27124728
Bhosari police chouky 27120508
Chinchwad Gaon 27452645
Dapodi 25819538
Kasarwadi 27124375
Mohan Nagar 27470100
Nigadi 27655088
Pimpri 27452318
Pradhikaran 27653308
Sant Tukaram Nagar 24720600
Yamuna Nagar 27470134
Rural H.Q Pashan 25657171 / 553 / 2041
Dehu Road 27671288
Haveli 24471833
Loni Kalbhor 26913260
Baramati City 952112-24333
Bhor 952113-22533
Chakan 952135-52333
Daund 952117-62333
Khed 952135-22033
Saswad 952115-22333
Shirur 952138-22139

CHILD LINE (free emergency service 24 hours) 1098
NH Accidents 1033

Corporate Intelligence 26135615 / 26111777

FIRE 101
Fire Stations
Aundh 25883098
Bhosari 27120090
Budhawar Peth 24458950
Central Fire Brigade Stn 26351707 / 26342101
Cantonment 26450453
Erandwane 25468373
Hadapsar 26870207
Khadki 25819155
Nigadi 27652065
Pimpri Chinchwad 27422405 / 27423333
Rahatni 27276749
Suburban (pune station) 26122545
Yerwada 26696400

Ambulance 101
Columbus Ambulance 25531146 / 2630
Deendayal Memorial Hospital 25652497
Lifelink Ambulance 25536519
Nandadeep Ambulance 25536519
Narayani 24338833
Pune Heart Brigade 105
Ruby Hall Clinic 26123391
Rugna Seva 24217672
Sai Ambulance 26959308 / 26959208
YCM 27423456

Ashtang Ayurved Hospital 24476085 / 24332508
Aundh Hospital 27280603
Bharati Hospital 24371582
Cantoment Hospital 26450530
Chest (Aundh) Hospital 27280237
Deenadayal Hospital 25652497
Deenanath Mangeshkar Hospital 25466525
Desai H.V. Eye Hospital 26870043
Dr. Ambedkar Genral Hospital 27671210
Emergency Accident Relief Center 1033
ESIS Hospital 27282223 / 27283104
Gadhikhana Clinic 24471468
Hardikar Hospital 25535326 / 9
Inamdar Heart Hospital 25886205 / 25881326
Inlaks & Budharani & MNB corner 26129080 / 82
Institute of Urology - urological Hospital 25434063
Janhagir Hospital & medical Center 26122551
Jnana Prabodhini medical trust 24477691
Jog Institute of Child Health Hospital 25889234
Joshi Hospital 25673144
K.E.M. Hospital 26125600
Kamala Nehru Hospital 26121252 / 26121259
Kayakalp (for HIV and AIDS) 26119723
Kotbagi Hospital 25882770
Krishna Hospital 25460625
Leprosy Hospital 26930684
Lifeline 25411921 / 25889334
Lokmanya Hospital (Chinchwad) 27456496 / 7 /8
Medinova 25534801 / 3731
Mohintara Hospital 26875597
N.M Wadia Cardiology 24472463
Naidu Hospital 26126242
Prayag Hospital 25532490
Poona Hospital 24331706 / 07
Prayag Hospital 25658409 / 6664
Pune Institute of Neurology 25532582
Rahatri 27276749
Ranka Hospital 24261530
Ratna Hospital 25657564
Regional Metal Hospital 26696804
Ruby Hall Clinic 26123391
Sancheti Hospital 25533333 / 6666
Sane guruji Hospital 26870358
Sanjeevan Hospital 25436053 / 25441465
Sassoon Hospital 26128000
Satseva 26341799 / 2861
Shreeman Traders(Oxygen Supplier to Hosp.) 24490788
Surya Hospital(Burn Care Center) 24454232
Tarachand Ramnath Charitable Ayurvedic Hosp. 26336296
Wadia Cardiac Center 26122936
Aids Helpline 27125853 / 27121342
Accident Hospital 26340074
Jahangir Hospital 26122551
Khatri Children's Hospital 26359181
N.M Wadia Institute of Cardiology 26122936
Poona Ortho Ctr & Accident Hospital 26138842
Sassoon Hospital 26128000
Ruby Hall Clinic 26123391

Dr. Tarabai Limaye Maternity & surgical Hospital 24454008
Ganga Nursing Home 26863747
Hingorani Maternity Home 26345707
Sitika Nursing Home 24454724

Bora Hospital 26353310 / 3453

Eesha Nurses Bureau 25533873 / 25330061
Seva Nursing Bureau 24470127
Zarine Nursing Bureau 26442585 / 26450638

Jankalyan Netra Pedhi 24464287
Mahatma Gandhi Hospital 24475722
National Institute of Opthalmogy 25536369
Ruby Hall Clinic Eye Bank 26123391
Sassoon Genral Hospital 26128000

Deendayal Memorial Hospital 25652497
Indian Serological Institute 24335244
Indian Red Cross 26120950
Jankalyan 24449527 / 24444502
Jehangir Hospital 26050550
KEM Hospital 26125600
Lokmanya Hospital 27459222
M.G. Hospital 24479443
Ruby Hall Clinic 26136318
Sassoon Hospital 26128000

Ruby Hall Clinic 26123391
Sassoon Gen. Hospital 26128000

Jankalyan Blood Bank 24449527
Ruby Hall Clinic 26123191
Sassoon Gen. Hospital 26128000

D.V.Dike & Sons 24452726 / 24357929
Jehangir Hospital 26050550 / 26122551
Joshi Hospital 25672563 / 4 /5
K.M Medical Stores 26053629 / 26133176
Kanchan (KEM) 26122329
Kotbagi Hospital 25887089
Krishna Medical Store 25460625 / 26
Pune Hospital 24331706 / 7
Ruby Hall Clinic 26123391

Amar Medical Genral Store 26693978
Bhavani Enterprises 24455785
Mahavir Medicals 25897936
Pune Hospital Medical Store 24338768
Sarsswati Medicals 26630485

Ezzy Medicals 26138114
Kalyani Medicals 26122329
Kanchan (KEM Hospital) 26122329

Hriday Mitra Pratisthan(for heart Surgery help guidence) 24456849
Hriday Mitra Heart Club (for heart Awareness) 24454238
Pune Heart Brigade 105


Pune Municipal Corporation 25501000 / 144
PMC Complaints Services 1913
Pimpri Chinchwad Municipal Corporation 27477777

Pune 26353696 / 2159
Kirkee 25819155 / 7510
Dehu 27671222

Postal Enquiries Inland & Foreign Enquiries 26125516
PUNE CITY P.O 24475058
weekdays ( 5.00 pm to 8.30 pm) Sundays/ Holidays(10.00 am to 3.00 pm)

Old Circuit House 26360127
New Circuit House 26361801
Bureau on Indian Standard 24268594 / 659
Income Tax 26127244
Passport Office 24260725
Profession Tax 26680476
Consumer Forum 24269387
Employees Provident Fund Office 26344145
ESIC 24211128 / 39
Weather Enquiry 25535254
Metrological Department 26893047 / 25893048
Weight & Measure Department 26697232

Vaikunth 24336975
Kailash 24124123


Afternoon Despatch & Courier 26683762
Business India 26122490
Financial Express 26131541-5
Maharashtra Herald 2612855
Maharashtra Times ( Times Of India) 25532912
Mid- Day 25535377
Pune Today 24264461
The Economic times 25532912
The Indian Express 26131542-3
The times Of India 25521472
Aaj ka Ananad 25534888
Rashtra Tej 25655717
Daily Aikya 25650820
Gavkari 24455933
Kesari 24459051
Lokmat 24495601
Loksatta 26131541-3
Navbharat 25538745
Prabhat 24454841
Pawana Samachar 27410595
Pudhari 24441071
Saamna 24476694
Sakal 24455500-2
Sandhyanand 25534888 / 3224
P.T.I 26137613
U.N.I 24474615
P.I.B 24337722

Akashwani 25533388 / 25533398
All India Radio 25533463 / 25533493
Doordarshan 25450032 / 25433697
Dinman 24479770


Iyengar Yoga Institute, HKM Road 25656134
Yoga Sadhana, B'wadi 24220531
Yoga Vidya Dham, Nigadi 27654179
Yoga Vidya Dham, Narayan Peth 24482541

National Institute of Naturopathy. Tadiwala Road 26129230
Nisargopachar Ashram, Urali Kanchan 26926298

Acupuncture Clinic ( 421, Shaniwar Peth) 24451442

Traffic Awareness Prevention & Accident
Kum. Rajshree Parmar Memorial Foundation 26356871
Volunteer Coordinating Agency For child 25655978

Missionaries Of charity pune Stn 26122590
Preet Mandir Pune Camp. 26360081 / 26361027
Priya Darshni Shishu Griha Mundhawa 27031427

David Sassoon Infirm Asylum 24339918
Missionaries Of Charity 26122590
Volunteer Coordinating Agency 25655978
Bhartiya Samaj Seva Kendra 26128002
Kusumbai Motichand Mahila Sevagram 25440490
Safosh 26124660
St. Johns Home 24471736
Priya Darshni Shishu Griha 27031427

Muktanagar 26697605
Manasvardhan 24450645

Poona Blinds Men's Association 26126433
Poona School & Home For Blind Boys 26122686

Young Women's Christian Association 26360300
Kalawati Mata Mahila Parishad 27281556
Shree Aadhar Kendra 24394104 / 24394103
Sakhi 25448400

Pune Race Courses 26362666
Hadapasar Gliding club 26992048
Royal Connaught Boat club 26113514
Maharashtra Karate Association 24360696
Poona District Badminton Association 25535799
Chatrapati Shivaji Trekking Institute 26122175

YMCA 26134842 / 26131338
Don Bosco Youth Center 26122813
Young Women's Christian Association 263603000


Fire station / Ambulance 22493
Blood Bank 22951
Silver Jublee Hospital 22308
Police Station 22323
S.T. Stand 22236
Rly Station 22383
MSEB 42063
Blood Bank 45460
Police Station 42033
Primary Health Center 43028
BSNL Complaint 42020
Fire Station 62444
Blood Bank 63938
Hospital 63765
S.T Stand 62334
Police 62333
MSEB 62326/62312
Ambulance 79181
Hospital 73073
Police Staion (city) 73036
(Rural) 73033
Water Supply 72428
Post Office 72231
ST Stand 73842
MSEB 73857/73063
RPTS 73758
Manashakti Research Center 73049
Primary Health Center 73277


Dinshaw's 25893566 / 77
Dial-a-Meal 25881246 / 1389
Domino's Pizza 26351754 / 26346916 / 25673877 / 26346064
Smokin Joes 26124290 / 26127699 / 25520404 / 26126766


City & Genral Reservation 24260932 / 38 / 42
Airport 26612598 / 26689433
Flight Arrival 142
Genral Enquiry 140
Reservation Enquiry 141
Flight Departure 143

Airport 26685591 / 92 / 93
City 26127181

Airport 26690212
City 26059003 / 5

Genral Enquiry 131
Reservation Enquiry 132
Enquiry For Arrival & Departure Record Announcement) 133
Enquiry 26126575
Reservation Enquiry (Computerized) 26136666

PMT 24447425 / 24440417
PCMT 27420287
Pune Railway Station S.T Stand 26126218
Shivaji Nagar S.T stand 25536970
Swargate S.T stand 24441591 / 24449980
Asiad S.T stand 26122591
Vallabhanagar S.T Stand(PCMC) 274203000
Sadguru 27120408
Bhaktishakti , Nigadi 27653626

Pune - Mumbai 26129657
Mumbai - Pune 26135784

Alandi Road 26696056
Chikhali 27492828
Pune Railway Station 26120808
Sangam Bridge 26120809

Aundh 27285067
Balewadi 27290462
Bhekarai 26980090
Fugewadi 27146313
Hadapsar(Shewalewadi) 26990230
Katraj 24371088
Maldhakka 26137591
Nava Pul Naka 25501443
Ramwadi 26680752
Vishrantwadi 27157970

M.T.D.C Regional Office, Central Bldg 26128169
SOTC 26111495 / 26111496

TCI Nigadi 27463241 / 27471294
TCI Swargate 24441661 / 24441662


Vishrantwadi 26697050
Hadapsar 26870579
Nagar Road 26683987
Sub Station 26685067
Wadia College 26125777
J.J. Garden 26130837
Mandai 24451763
Deccan Gymkhana 25655307
Peshwe park 24338625
S.N.D.T 25437915
Warje Malwadi 25469219
Vadgaon Dhyari 24392770
Agnishamak ( Ganj - Peth) 26350910
Dhankawadi 24372111
Market Yard 24217646
Swargate 24440623
Gunrunner (Ganesh Peth) 26342821
Kasba Peth 24454601
Kondhawa 26830098
Rasta Peth 26132078
St. Mary 26363452
Aundh 25884038
Ganesh Khind 26561864
Khadki 25819369
Mati Ganpati 24451460
Shivaji nagar 25533383
Akurdi 27483212
Bhosari -1 27120304
Bhosari -2 27129294
Pradhikaran 27659276
Chinchwad 27452095
PIMPRI DIVN 27411227
Dapodi 27149058
Kasarwadi 27421474
Pimpri Gaon 27411102
Sangvi 27410860
Thatwade 27280365
Bund Garden 26121453
Chaturshrungi 25659396
Maharashtra Jeevan Pradhikaran 26126596 / 26127866
Parvati 24334643
Pune Cantonment Board 26361598
Shivaji nagar 25501385
Swargate 24442529

Bharat Petroleum complaints / enquiry 25533483 / 25536289
Indian Oil Corporation 25674322

Tuesday, June 07, 2005

How to Prepare to MCSD / MCAD 70-315 ?

I recently Passed Exam 70-315
Developing and Implementing Web Applications with Microsoft Visual C# .NET and Microsoft Visual Studio .NET

It was really a good Experience to Study for the exam & Appear it. The
syllabus one can find by clicking here .

Firstly I finished studying the book Ms Press Training Kit
One can find lot of dumps on Sites like braindumps etc. but beware that the wrong answeres in these dumps may misguide you . So verify the answeres with Book as well . Dont rely only on dumps. Make your concepts crystal clear.
then success will be yours ..
All the Best

Nice Sardar Joke

Banta Singh walks into a bar in Ludhiana & orders three glasses of Beer
and sits in the back of the room, drinking a sip out of each one in
turn.When he finishes them, he comes back to the bar and orders three
more. The bartender asks him, "You know, beer goes flat after I fill
it in the glass; it would taste better if you bought one at a time."
Banta Singh replies, "Well, you see, I have two brothers. One is in
Dubai, the other in Canada, and I'm here in Ludhiana. When they left
home, we promised that we'd drink this way to remember the days when
we drank together." The bartender admits that this is a nice custom,
and leaves it there. Banta Singh becomes a regular in the bar, and
always drinks the sameway: He orders three Beers and drinks them in
turn. One day, he comes in and orders only two Beers. All the other
regulars notice and fall silent. When he comes back to the bar for the
second round, the bartender says," I don't want to intrude on your
grief, but I wanted to offer my condolences on your great loss."
Banta Singh looks confused for a moment, then alight dawns in his eye
and he laughs. "Oh, no," he, says, "Everyone's fine - both my
brothers are alive" . " Only thing is ---- I just quit drinking"!!!!!!

Monday, June 06, 2005


There were an announcement in a flight -

Ladies and gentlemen. I am Basesarnath, feeling happy to inform you,




your pilot. Now we are at 30000 feet height and our speed is 1000



hour. Passengers on the right side can see fire balls coming out of



you do not need to worry. Aeroplane will take a long time to catch



fully. Passengers on the left side can not see on of engine, because


engine was damaged and dropped 20 miles back. Passengers do not need



because this plane have four engines. We still have three engines.




a crack in the center of plane. You can see Arabian see thro this




will see carefully, you can see a small yellow point. This point is



boat. Your pilot Basesarnath is speaking from the same boat.

Thursday, June 02, 2005


Have you ever wondered who has invented the "CTRL+ALT+DEL" key

David Bradley

He is the one who spent 1 minute and 23 seconds writing the source code
that has rescued and will continue to rescue PC users worldwide
for decades. This extraordinary IBM employee retired on Friday,January 14,
2005; after a prolonged service of 29 years. His formula forces obstinate
computers to restart when they no longer follow other commands. By 1980,
Bradley was one of 12 people working on the debut. The engineers knew they
had to design a simple way to restart the computer whenever it fails to
respond to the user. Bradley wrote the
code to make it work.

Bradley says -
"I did a lot of other things than Ctrl-Alt-Delete, but I'm famous for that
one." His fame and success is achieved each time a PC user fails.
He commented on his relationship with Bill gates by saying, "I may have
invented it, but Bill gates made it famous by applying my formula
when ever any Microsoft's Windows operating system made by him CRASHES,
thus I win when ever he loses."

Digg it !