Thursday, January 31, 2008

ISHITA ROY IAS




PK SREEMATHI -MINISTER OF HEALTH,KERALA AND ISHITA ROY IAS,DISTRICT COLLECTOR AT A FUNCTION OF DMHP

Thursday, January 24, 2008

DOG SHOW



. Airedale Terrier
. Alaskan Malamute
. Australian Cattle Dog
. Australian Kelpie
. Australian Terrier
. Basenji
. Basset Hound
. Beagle
. Bearded Collie
. Bedlington Terrier
. Bernese Mountain Dog
. Bichon Frise
. Blood Hound
. Border Collie
. Border Terrier
. Borzoi
. Boston Terrier
. Bouvier des Flandres
. Boxer
. Briard
. Brittany Spaniel
. Bull Dog
. Bull Mastiff
. Bull Terrier
. Bull Terrier (Miniature)
. Cairn Terrier
. Cavalier King Charles Spaniel
. Chihuahua (Long & Smooth Coat)
. Chinese Crested
. Chow Chow
. Clumber Spaniel
. Cocker Spaniel (American)
. Cocker Spaniel (English)
. Collie(Rough)
. Collie (Smooth )
. Curly Coated Retriever
. Dachshund Miniature (Long, Smooth & Wire Haired)
. Dachshund Standard ( Long, Smooth & Wire Haired)
. Dalmation
. Dandie Dinmont Terrier
. Deer Hound
. Dobermann
. Dogue de Bordeaux (French Mastiff)



. Elkhound
. English Setter
. English Toy Terrier
. Flat Coated Retriever
. Fila Brasileiro (Brazilian Mastiff)
. Field Spaniel
. Finnish Spitz
. Fox Hound (American)
. Fox Hound (English)
. Fox Terrier (Smooth)
. Fox Terrier (Wire)
. French Bull Dog
. German Shepherd Dog (Alsatian)
. German Short-Haired Pointer
. German Wire-Haired Pointer
. Giant Schnauzer
. Glen of Imaal Terrier
. Golden Retriever
. Gordon Setter
. Great Dane
. German Spitz
. Grey Hound
. Griffon Bruxellois
. Groenendael
. Himalayan Sheep Dog
. Indian Spitz
. Ibizan hound
. Irish Setter
. Irish Terrier
. Irish Water Spaniel
. Irish Wolf hound
. Italian Grey Hound
. Jack Ressell Terrier
. Japanese Chin
. Keeshound
. Kerry Blue Terrier
. King Charles Spaniel
. Komondor
. Labrador Retriever
. Lakeland Terrier
. Leonberger
. Lhasa Apso
. Lowchen (Little Lion Dog)
. Maltese
. Manchester Terrier
. Mastiff
. Miniature Pinscher
. Miniature Schnauzer







. New Foundland
. Norfolk Terrier
. Norwich Terrier
. Old English Sheep Dog
. Papillon
. Pekingese
. Pharaoh hound
. Pit Bull Terrier (American)
. Pointer (English)
. Pomeranian
. Poodle (Standard, Miniature, Toy)
. Pug
. Puli
. Pyrennian Mountain Dog
. Rhodesian Ridgeback
. Rottweiler
. Saluki
. Samoyed
. Schipperke
. Schnauzer (Standard )
. Scottish Terrier
. Sealyham Terrier
. Sharpei
. Shetland Sheep dog
. Shih Tsu
. Siberian Husky
. Silky Terrier (Australian)
. Skye Terrier
. Sloughi
. Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier
. Spitz German
. Spitz - Indian
. Springer Spaniel (English & Welsh)
. St.Bernard
. Staffordshire Bull Terrier
. Sussex Spaniel
. Thai Ridgeback
. Tibetan Mastiff
. Tibetan Spaniel
. Tibetan Terrier
. Vizsla
. Weimaraner
. Welsh Corgi (Cardigan & Pembroke)
. Welsh Terrier
. West Highland White Terrier
. Whippet
. Yorkshire Terrier

Sunday, January 20, 2008

Tuesday, January 01, 2008

EARN MONEY BY READING SMS

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EARN MONEY FROM OUR MOBILE PHONE

SMS advertisements, which used to irritate cellphone users, could soon turn out to be money-spinners with a Bangalore-based firm claimi

ng to pay those who willingly receive the messages.mGinger.com, started by three engineers, works on the principle of "permission-based marketing.”“People can make anywhere between Rs 300 to Rs 1,600 per month through this," Chaitanya Nallan, its CEO, told PTI."When users get paid by us, whether it is Rs 300 or Rs 500, it can at least cover their mobile phone bills," he added. Chaitanya, an alumnus of IIT Kharagpur, who graduated from the Indian School of Business, Hyderabad last month, said the idea originated from Veerendra Shivhare, the Chief Operations Officer of the company.The third member of the team is the chief technical officer of the firm, Anil, an alumnus of IIT-Kanpur. "People generally get SMS carpet-bombed. Advertisers get mobile phone numbers illegally and bombard them with unwanted ads without permission.Veerendra was so fed up with such messages. We hit upon this idea of targeted advertising with users' permission, for which they get paid," Chaitanya said.He said people could log on to mGinger.com and register themselves along with their mobile phone numbers and the ads they want to receive. They can choose any number of ads and these will be sent at the time they want, he said."For each ad received, the mobile phone user gets paid 20 paise. They can refer their friends and relatives for which they get 10 paise per referral and 5 paise for every ad their friends or referrals receive," he added.Chaitanya said that the referrals go up to two levels and then stops. In fact, social networking sites like Orkut come in handy for those who have signed up with mGinger to refer their friends or relatives to make use of this opportunity.

EARN MONEY FROM OUR MOBILE PHONE

SMS advertisements, which used to irritate cellphone users, could soon turn out to be money-spinners with a Bangalore-based firm claiming to pay those who willingly receive the messages.
mGinger.com, started by three engineers, works on the principle of "permission-based marketing".
"People can make anywhere between Rs 300 to Rs 1,600 per month through this," Chaitanya Nallan, its CEO, said.
"When users get paid by us, whether it is Rs 300 or Rs 500, it can atleast cover their mobile phone bills," he added.
Chaitanya, an alumnus of IIT Kharagpur, who graduated from the Indian School of Business, Hyderabad last month, said the idea originated from Veerendra Shivhare, the Chief Operations Officer of the firm.
The third member of the team is the chief technical officer of the firm, Anil, an alumnus of IIT-Kanpur.
"People generally get SMS carpet-bombed. Advertisers get mobile phone numbers illegally and bombard them with unwanted ads without permission. Veerendra was so fed up with such messages. We hit upon this idea of targeted advertising with users' permission, for which they get paid," Chaitanya said.
"For each ad received, the mobile phone user gets paid 20 paise. They can refer their friends and relatives for which they get 10 paise per referral and 5 paise for every ad their friends referrals receive," he added.

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