Best smartphones below Rs. 10,000 price in india

Below is the list of latest mobiles with excellent features and specifications:

  1. Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 (16GB)
  2. Moto G (3rd Gen)
  3. Lenovo K3 Note
  4. Coolpad Note 3
  5. ASUS ZENFONE LASER
  6. Meizu M2 Note
  7. LeEco (Letv) Le 1s:
  8. Samsung Galaxy On7
  9. Micromax Canvas 5
  10. LENOVO A6000PLUS
  11. Micromax Yu Yureka

 

Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 (16GB)

Price : 10,000/-
Display : 5.5 inch
Processor: 1.8 GHz
RAM : 2GB
Camera: 16 MP
Front Camera: 5 MP
Memory: 16 GB
Battery:  4050 mAH
Android : 5.1

How to Pay Property tax Online in Pune




Steps:

    1. Click link http://propertytax.punecorporation.org
    2. Below page will get opened:

PMCTaxHomePage

3. In the left panel there is option -> Pay tax online. Click it.

4. After you click it, below page will open:

PropertyDuePage

 

5. Select the Property Type and enter the Section ID, Peth ID and Account No and click on the SUBMIT Button

6. You should be able see details like
Owner Name
Ward
Address
First Owner
Second OWner

7. Enter other Details:

  • Applicant Mobile number
  • Applicant Email ID
  • Choose payement type from the dropdown list
  • Then Click pay online button

8. You will be taken to below page:

BillDeskPMCTax

Prefer the NET-BANKING option rather than CARD PAYMENT option to save your money and avoid extra charges to pay.

For online Payments through Credit Cards, Debit Cards and Cash Cards the additional charges to amount due are Visa/
Master Credit/Debit Cards: 1% of Transaction Amount + Service Tax Maestro Cards: 1.8% of Transaction Amount + Service
American Express Cards: 1% of Transaction Amount + Service Tax, Tax Diners : 4% of Transaction Amount + Service Tax, Prepaid Cash Cards: 4% of Transaction Amount + Service Tax

9. Make Payment

10. Once payment is done successfully, you will get tax receipt:

 

 

PMCTaxREceipt

Note: There is 5 -10 % discount on tax amount if you pay tax by June end. Check PMC website for more details.

How to download Agreement/ Index-II




There is a website which gives information about Index II. Information on this website is owned, maintained and updated by : Dept. Of Registration & Stamps,Maharashtra.

What is Index II
Index II is publicly available document with following important details in it:
1] type of the agreement
2] flat number or home number with survey number of the land
3] names both the parties (seller, buyer)
4] deal price (compensation), ready recliner price (market price)
5] date and time of agreement and date and time of registration of the agreement
6] paid stamp duty, and paid registration amounts

How to get IndexII online

Go to website https://esearchigr.maharashtra.gov.in/testingesearch/wfsearch.aspx
Enter user ID, password and captcha.
Click on login button.

Note : If you have not created account on esearchigr.maharashtra.gov.in website then click http://eloksevaonline.com/check-it-out/how-to-create-account-on-esearchigr-maharashtra-gov-in-website/. Mobile number used while creating account is required to receive OTP (one time password).




IndexII

  1. Click Document Number on left panel (Highlighted above)
  2. Select Registration Type
  3. Select District
  4. Select State revenue office(SRO) where u did the registration
  5. Select Year in which registration was done.
  6. Enter the document No.(It is dastak kramank.. 4 digit number)
  7. Click on shodh – It will ask for OTP (one time password) . You will get OTP on registered mobile number.
  8. Enter OTP and click on Shodh. It will display ur property details.
  9. Click on Index2 – It will open Index2 in separate popup window.(If new window does not open, check popup’s are not blocked)
  10. Clicking Request Document u will get Document Search ID and using Download Document option and providing document search id you can get the document.

References:
http://igrmaharashtra.gov.in/
https://esearchigr.maharashtra.gov.in/portal/esearchlogin.aspx (Paid Service)

 

Index 2 property document download/How to download index II of registered agreement and sale deed.




List of Cars Under 5 lakh in India

List of some of the Cars Under 5 lakh
1. Maruti Suzuki Alto K10 (998 cc petrol)
2. Datsun GO+ (1198 cc petrol)
3. Hyundai Eon (814 cc petrol)
4. Maruti Suzuki Celerio (998 cc petrol)
5. Hyundai i10 (1086 cc petrol)
6. Maruti Suzuki Wagon R (998 cc petrol)
7. Renault KWID (799 cc petrol)
8. Chevrolet Spark (995 cc petrol)
9. Tata Nano GenX (624cc  petrol)
10.Tata Tiago (1199 cc petrol)

2016’s 10 best-selling cars in India
1. Maruti Alto (796 cc petrol)
2. Maruti Swift Dzire (1197 cc petrol)
3. Maruti Swift  (1197 cc petrol)
4. Maruti WagonR (998 cc petrol)
5. Hyundai Grand i10  (1197 cc petrol)
6. Hyundai i20  (1197 cc petrol)
7. Renault Kwid  (799 cc petrol)
8. Maruti Suzuki Baleno (1197 cc petrol)
9. Hyundai Eon (814 cc petrol)
10. Maruti Suzuki Ciaz (1373 cc petrol)

Feature details to be added…..

What is Rainwater harvesting

Why we should think about rain water harvesting?

TressPerPerson

Less trees… less rain…more pollution. Rain water harvesting is just a way to save rain water.  But what is more important is increase trees count per person..

Rainwater harvesting:

Rainwater harvesting is the saving/collecting of rainwater for reuse on-site, rather than allowing it to run off. Rainwater can be collected from roofs, and in many places the water collected is redirected to a deep pit (well, shaft, or borehole), a reservoir with percolation, or collected from dew or fog with nets or other tools. Its uses include water for gardens, livestock, irrigation, domestic use with proper treatment, and indoor heating for houses etc. The harvested water can also be used as drinking water, longer-term storage and for other purposes such as groundwater recharge.

METHODS OF RAINWATER HARVESTING
Broadly there are two ways of harvesting rainwater

  • Surface runoff harvesting
  • Roof top rainwater harvesting

Urban rainwater harvesting
In cities on one hand there is the acute water scarcity and on the other, the streets are often flooded during the monsoons. This has led to serious problems with quality and quantity of groundwater.

This is despite the fact that all these cities receive good rainfall. However, this rainfall occurs during short spells of high intensity. Most of the rain falls in just 100 hours in a year). Because of such short duration of heavy rain, most of the rain falling on the surface tends to flow away rapidly leaving very little for recharge of groundwater. Most of the traditional water harvesting systems in cities have been neglected and fallen into disuse, worsening the urban water scenario. One of the solutions to the urban water crisis is rainwater harvesting – capturing the runoff.

Why to harvest rain?

  • In areas where there is inadequate groundwater supply or surface resources are either lacking or insufficient, rainwater harvesting offers an ideal solution.
  • Helps in utilizing the primary source of water and prevent the runoff from going into sewer or storm drains, thereby reducing the load on treatment plants.
  • Reduces urban flooding.
  • Recharging water into the aquifers help in improving the quality of existing groundwater through dilution.

Cost:

Why you want to harvest rainwater determines the method. It can be to recharge groundwater and/or store for reuse (potable or non-potable). Costs depends on the quantity one wants to store or recharge, and the type of material used. If you are storing water in underground or over-ground plastic tanks, it will cost you between Rs 2/litre and Rs 3.5/litre. If you choose a ferro-cement tank, costs will range between Rs 12,430 for 5,000 ltr and Rs 15,800 for 10,000 ltr tanks. Installing a water harvesting system can cost between Rs 2,000 and Rs 30,000, for buildings of about 300 sqm, depending on the city you’re in. This estimate is for an existing building; it’s cheaper when done at the construction stage.

References:
http://www.arkatechnologies.in/rain-water-harvesting-pune.shtml
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rainwater_harvesting
http://www.conserve-energy-future.com/methods-of-rainwater-harvesting.php

 

What is Indian Car of the Year Award (ICOTY awards)

It was started in 2005, by journalists from all the leading automobile magazines in India got together and decided to create and confer the Indian Car of the Year (ICOTY) award.

  • This award is an expert judgment for best new car of the year.
  • It is sponsored and supported by JK Tyres.
  • Selection is based on criteria like price, fuel-efficiency, styling, comfort, safety, performance, practicality, technical innovation, value for money, and suitability for Indian driving conditions.

Selection of Contending Cars:

  • Only new models qualify for this award.
  • Existing cars with face lift/small changes do not qualify.
  • Car must be manufactured or assembled in India and be on sale in showrooms before November 30th of the previous year.

Voting Process:

  • Each member of the jury has a maximum of 25 points. Every Jury member can allot a maximum of 10 points to one car.
  • And every Jury member must give points to at least 5 of the contending cars.

This information is obtained from link here

The Indian Car of the Year Award (ICOTY) is presented annually to the best new car launched in India.

Winners
2016 – Hyundai Creta
2015 – Hyundai Elite i20
2014 – Hyundai i10 Grand
2013 – Renault Duster
2012 – Maruti Suzuki Swift
2011 – Ford Figo
2010 – Tata Nano
2009 – Honda City
2008 – Hyundai i10
2007 – Honda Civic
2006 – Maruti Suzuki Swift

Hyundai has won the award four times, while Maruti Suzuki and Honda have won twice.Most of the award winning cars have been from Japanese or Korean manufacturers, and are available globally in the same or different guises.

The Hyundai Elite i20 and i10 Grand, for instance, are available in Europe and Japan. The European Renault Duster developed by the Renault engineers, sold worldwide and built in India yet got this award for 2013. The Maruti brand on Suzuki models is exclusive to India. The Honda City is largely restricted to Asian and South American markets, while the Ford Figo is a modified version of the Ford Fiesta that was sold in Europe from 2002 to 2008. The Honda Civic is a global model, although not all versions are sold on every market.

 

Design Patterns

Design patterns:
Design patterns represent the best practices used by experienced object-oriented software developers. Design patterns are solutions to general problems that software developers faced during software development.

Gang of Four (GOF)
Design patterns gained popularity in computer science after the book Design Patterns: Elements of Reusable Object-Oriented Software was published in 1994 by the so-called “Gang of Four” (Gamma et al.), which is frequently abbreviated as “GoF”.

As per them..

  • Program to an interface not an implementation
  • Favor object composition over inheritance

Types of Design Patterns

  1. Creational Patterns:
    These design patterns provide a way to create objects while hiding the creation logic, rather than instantiating objects directly using new opreator. This gives program more flexibility in deciding which objects need to be created for a given use case.
  2. Structural Patterns:
    These design patterns concern class and object composition. Concept of inheritance is used to compose interfaces and define ways to compose objects to obtain new functionalities.
  3. Behavioral Patterns:
    These design patterns are specifically concerned with communication between objects.

Creational Patterns
Singleton
Factory method
Abstract factory
Builder
Prototype
Object Pool
Lazy initialization
Multiton
Prototype

Structural patterns
Adapter
Facade
Bridge
Composite
Decorator
FlyWeight
Proxy
Marker
Module
Twin

Behavioral patterns
Strategy
State
Observer or Publish/Subscribe
Chain of responsibility
Command
Interpreter
Iterator
Mediator
Null Object
TemplateMethod
Visitor
Blackboard
Memento
Servant
Specification

Details to be continued…

1BHK for Rs. 5 Lakh in Pune

1 BHK for Rs. 5 Lakh in Pune-  By Maple group Pune

Key Points:

  • 10,000 Smart 1BHK flats underbrand Aapla Ghar to go for registration across 12 locations in Pune.
  • Only the lucky ones who make it will be allotted the smart 1 BHK flats on Maharashtra Day, 1st May 2016
  • Registration process started from Thursday 14thApril and end on Monday 25th April 2016.

Process
Buyers will have to first submit the application to register through a form-fill that will cost them Rs. 1,000 (non-refundable) to receive allotment letter on 1st May. These forms will be made available through newspaper advertisements, Maple Group office or by visiting the company website. And that is it!

After receiving the letter of allotment on 1st May, the home seeker will have to pay down payment of Rs. 50,000 only. Maple Group has tied up with State Bank of India as its banking partner for this project and the “eligible” customers can apply for home loan. The EMI (equated monthly instalment) will be Rs. 5000 for a period of fifteen years. Documents required are Aadhar card, PAN card, Voter ID and Driving license.

Terms and Conditions:

(1) To buy a home under the Maharashtra Housing Day scheme presented by Aapla Ghar, one needs to fill the above form without fail​​​
(2) Application forms will be accepted between 14th April and 25th April. On 1st May, after verification of the documents, a computerized selection of the final list of applicants shall be done​.​
(3) If any applicant’s documents are found to be incomplete or if they don’t fulfill the criteria to be considered for the Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana, the application shall be rejected during the verification process. In such case, Maple Group or any related organization/company shall not be held responsible​.​
(4) The fee of 1000 is for the verification of documents and hence is non-refundable
(5) In case your allotment is done under this scheme, you shall have to pay of 50,000 + Service Tax.
(6) All the rights for making any changes in this scheme or for cancelling this scheme are withheld by Maple Group alone.

Below are the locations:
ChakanTalegaon
Moshi Annex
Wagholi Annex
Sanaswadi
Ranjangaon
Wai
Shirwal
UraliKanchan
Kondhwa Annex- Bhopgaon
Paud
Talegaon Dhamdere
Shikrapur

Things to verify:

  • Advertisement is for 1 BHK in Pune and I am not sure whether any of above areas are in PMC limit.
  • What about possession and what if there is delay?
  • They are already expecting 1 lac+ registration of 1000/- each(Non- refundable) and out of which only 10,000 to get allotment. So that way they are anyways in profit.
  • Is there any government support for this? I don’t think so.
  • So Please think twice before you take decision.

Visit there website:  http://www.maharashtrahousingday.com/ as well.

 

 

Narayanpur and prati balaji temple ketkawle

Narayanpur:
Narayanpur is a famous place in Pune region. Narayanpur is famous for their Lord Ek Mukhi Datta. Usually lord Datta has 3 faces but in Narayanpur there is Ek Mukhi Datta. The statue of Lord Ek Mukhi Datta is very beautiful.

Prati balaji temple ketkawle
Prati Balaji- is Replica of the Tirupati Balaji at Ketkawle village near pune. Very beautiful place to visit.Balaji Temple. Uttara Foods, the manufacturer of Venky’s Foods have built this impressive Balaji Temple. The temple gives a good feel of famous south indian temples.

Distance:
Distance from Pune to Ketkawle temple is 40 km via Katraj ghat.
Distance from Hadapar to Ketkawle temple is 42 km via Saswad
Narayanpur to Ketkawle temple is 10 KM.

Duration of Stay:
Min: 3hrs to 4 hrs are enough if you go early morning.
Max: 1 day

Route and Time taken:
If staying around hadapsar, saswad road
Hadapsar -> Divya ghat -> Saswad -> Take right -> Narayanpur -> after 10 km -> Ketkawla on left.

Another Route: 40km
Reach Katraj -> Khed shivapur -> Nasrapur -> kapurhol -> take left for saswad road -> ketkawla -> narayanpur

Map:

PratibalajiMandir

Details:
We reached there by 8.30. Cleaning staff keeps on cleaning/washing the temple and the premise, keeping it very clean. The temple is very well constructed and the entire design is been carved out of wood and stone. The Laddo Prasad is tasty too, which you get it for free!

Finished the Darshan, had the Prasad we moved on to the Datta Temple. Though small the temple was good. The Datta Idol was impressive. We spent some time sitting there and relaxing and then started our journey back.

Things to remember :

  • Beautiful place to visit in and after rainy season. Try to reach in the morning.
  • Check timing of aarti. I guess around 10:30 am they have aarti.
  • Can also visit Baneshwar near Nasarapur.

Cost of Trip:
Car – 400/-
Breakfast -100/-