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Monday, November 28, 2016

Dr. Zakir Naik Hits Back With All The Answers!!!

Dr. Zakir Naik Hits Back With All The Answers!!!

Replies to Questions posed by PTI

Q1: Do you plan to challenge the ban in Court? If yes, when?
A: Yes, the ban will be challenged as soon as possible God willing. My legal team in Delhi and Mumbai are considering all legal options possible.

Q2: Why did you give donation of Rs 75 lakh to Rajiv Gandhi Charitable Trust?
A: IRF carries out several social programmes in education and health. It does so by donating money to several other NGOs, hospitals and educational institutions. This is done by granting scholarships to needy students and donating money to hospitals for treatment of the poor who cannot pay for expensive surgeries. IRF also runs its own Free medical clinic in Mumbra, Mumbai that gives free treatment to more than 5000 patients a month. Under a similar programme, IRF donated Rs 50 lakhs to RGCT few years ago, which the Trust later returned in July 2016 for reasons better known to them.

Q3: Do you agree that some youths who have joined ISIS have been influenced by you?
A: No, I don’t agree with that. It is atrocious even to imply that.
I am followed by more than 100 million people from across the world through television, Facebook and YouTube. Alhumdulillah, tens of thousands of people have come closer to Islam after listening to my talks and videos on topics that have ranged from Misconceptions about Islam, Qur'an & Modern Science, Education, Women’s Rights in Islam, Family Issues, Islamic View on Terrorism and Jihad & many others. I do agree that I inspire tens of thousands of people to come closer to Islam but every fan of mine may not do everything I say. Once a person comes closer to Islam, there are possibilities that he is exposed to other speakers as well, some of whom misguide them in the name of Islam. They encourage them to kill innocent people, which is totally against the Qur'an. If you listen to my talks, you will not find a single video where I have condoned terrorism or killing any innocent human beings. I’ve been giving lectures for more than 20 years and there’s not a single lecture where I’ve ever encouraged anyone to kill any other innocent human being, whether Muslim or non-Muslim. In the media and elsewhere, I am being misquoted through half sentences and out of context clips, which try to give an impression that I promote terrorism. I’m totally against terrorism. I condemn all acts of terrorism, including killing of innocent human beings, which is considered as the second major sin in Islam. Islam and Qur'an are totally against all acts of terrorism, including killing of innocent human beings. And that is what I’ve always preached.

It is wrong to imply that a few miscreants who joined terror groups were influenced by me. I’m sure you agree that I have good oratory skills. So if I was really spreading terror, wouldn’t I have made a few lakh terrorists by now? Not just a handful? The fact is that I’ve always preached peace and harmony, and how to become good human beings by following Qur'anic tenets. In a fan following of millions, there may be a handful of antisocial elements who will go astray and take up violence. But they are surely not following what I’ve told them. The moment they pick up senseless violence, they cease to be Islamic and they surely lose my support.

Q4: Theresa May was the first leader who had banned Dr Zakir Naik when she was British home minister. Why are you blaming Modi government?
A: I am not banned in UK. I have been ‘excluded’, which means I cannot enter UK. A ban would have meant banning my speeches on television, my NGO as well as my books, audio and video CDs. None of that has happened. My organization and my published materials are very much in circulation in UK and doing some commendable work in spreading the message of peace in Islam. Even the exclusion in UK was politically motivated since the earlier government the Labour Party a few months ago when they were in power before myself being excluded, the head of Counter Terrorism had send a senior officer to request me to help them to reach those Muslims whom they felt were misguided.

In fact, for my work spanning over two decades and even after being excluded from UK in 2010 I’ve been awarded some of the highest civilian awards by several countries, like Malaysia, Dubai, Sharjah & Gambia including the King Faisal Prize for Service to
Islam by King Salman of Saudi Arabia which is the most prestigious award of the Islamic World similar to the Nobel
Prize for Peace. My talks continue to attract lakhs of people from all

It is only in India, my homeland, that even after attracting hundreds of thousands of audience for several years I have been banned. Imagine I was invited twice in the last few years before the Modi government came to power to the National Police Academy in Hyderabad which is the most prestigious training institute for Indian Police to address the IPS officers. Most of the officers I addressed may yet be in service. Do you mean to say that this prestigious Institution invited a person who promotes terrorism to address the IPS officers. This ban is truly unfortunate and undoubtedly politically motivated. Like in UK where the Counter Terrorism head disagreed with the exclusion but had to give in to the then Home Secretary here in India too I am positive that the officers in NIA & other Departments after doing thorough research for more than 4 months may have surely realized that I am far away from promoting terrorism have no choice but to give in to the political pressures. More unfortunately, it is also indicative of the grim state of affairs existing in my beloved homeland since the Modi government took over two-and-a-half years ago.

Q5: Why are you not coming back to India?
A: I’m an NRI and my work keeps me away for most part of the year. I’ve been away since May 2016.
As for addressing the current controversy, I’ve repeatedly offered my cooperation to governmental agencies in their investigations. Till a few days ago, no agency bothered to contact me, ask me questions, send me any notice or even lodge an FIR against me. Till date there’s been no contact and the only FIR lodged against me was done after the ban.

Q6: The NIA has found several proofs that can link IRF to ISIS. What you like to say about it?
A: Any talks of links to Anti ISIS is pure fabrication. For the past three months, there is a concerted effort by the government and its agencies to create an air of negativity around me and label me as a hatemonger. And till date, they’ve not provided a single proof to substantiate their claims. That’s because none exist, and all that agencies are claiming are chatter and nothing else. What I’m doing now is the same work I’ve been doing for 25 years. Do you really think my so called “terrorist activities” would have been hidden from multiple intelligence agencies for so long? Most of my statements quoted for banning me have been made by me 8 to 18 years ago. One needs to look at these allegations from a political viewpoint. These allegations started when the current Modi government took over and that says a lot of things.

Q7: Do you think Modi government is anti-Muslim?
A: I don’t think, I know it is anti-Muslim. The last decade and a half has several evidences of Modi’s anti-Muslim behaviour and actions. And the most recent one is the banning of IRF, while the likes of Rajeshwar Singh, Yogi Adityanath and Sadhvi Prachi flourish under him.
But why ask me, ask the hundreds of millions of Indians Muslims who will tell you that Modi is anti-Muslim. And that makes him a danger to the Indian democracy.

Q8: NIA claims that IRF funded Anas, a youth from Rajasthan who apparently has joined an ISIS outfit. What’s your reaction to that?
A: IRF funds education of underprivileged children from across the country. It’s been doing that for several years now. It gives scholarships of more than Rs 1 crore every year. Scholarships are given in the field of medicine, engineering, management studies accountancy, etc. Thousands of needy students have benefitted from it over the years.

I’m in no position to confirm or refute regarding IRF funding Anas because all of IRF’s documents have been taken away after the ban. I can tell you that it is highly improper - and childish - to allege that IRF’s scholarship money was used to “fund terror”. That’s not possible because the scholarship amount goes straight to the institution and not to the student. Once the student submits the fee structure of his institution, a cheque is made out in the name of the institution and sent directly to the institution. In some cases, the student may have paid the fees by taking loans or organising money from someone if the last date will be due. In such a case, IRF pays to the student's account directly. Can anyone digest the claim that IRF funds terror and out of Rs 64 crores received in past 25 years, used only Rs 80,000 for funding terror?

Q9: There are allegations of money laundering by IRF in the funds received from abroad. Your reaction.
A: There is a concerted witch hunting going on with an objective of implicating me by hook or by crook. The 47 crore in question came from my personal account in Dubai to my personal account in Mumbai in the last six plus years. It was duly declared by me in the returns and used for lawful activities including giving gifts & loans to my family members. I don’t know where is the problem in that? The media has claimed that government authorities disclosed that Dr Zakir Naik's family members have received money from Middle Eastern countries. I challenge the authorities to prove that any of my immediate family members have received even a small fraction of the 47 crores from Middle Eastern countries they are claiming.
Here is a perspective. Every year more than 12 billion US dollars (over Rs 80,000 crores) is officially sent from UAE to India by NRIs and a majority of that amount is sent by non-Muslims. I have sent an average of Rs 7.8 crores a year back to India in the past 6 years (total Rs 47 crores). It is all official. It’s the money I earned as an NRI sent back to India through official channels. What is illegal about it? There are hundreds of non Muslims sending more than hundred crore rupees every year from UAE to India. Let me remind you that out of the list of 100 richest Indians living in the Gulf countries 80% are non-Muslims.
There is another figure of Rs 64 crores that media is saying that ED is claiming that IRF collected illegally. Although I cannot confirm this figure as accurate because we don’t have the documents with us anymore, it is surely an amount received by IRF in donations over the last 25 years. That is close to Rs 2.50 crores per year. Lesser in earlier years & more in later years. More importantly, what the NIA is not saying is that more than Rs 50 crores out of the total are donations received from Indians living right here in India.
IRF received about Rs 14 crores in the FCRA account over the past 15 years. Out of this, about Rs 4 crores were from NRIs living abroad. Only about Rs 10 crores were received from foreign donors in the last about 15 years. All of this was duly declared to the MHA, including the amounts, the names and the addresses of the donors. So, where is the question of money laundering?
If the government really thinks IRF is doing money laundering then why do they not ban & close down all the institutions we have given donations to which was published in the media. All the donations we gave to all the organizations & institutions are legal and within the framework of law. Why do they only talk about Rajiv Gandhi Trust? Why do they not close down Kirti Somaiya Trust in Sion Mumbai, Nair Hospital in Mumbai Central, Devilal Memorial Trust, Association of Management Studies & many others as published in media few days ago? Why are they only after IRF Educational Trust which is managing Islamic International School? The answer is they want to misuse their power on Minorities. If they have the guts why do they not ban & close down 100% of all the organizations we have funded.

Q10: Has anyone promised you help ?
A: By the grace of the Almighty, my work and following are spread across the world. I have received from several Muslim countries a response better than what I had expected. If it comes to that, God willing many Muslim countries will roll the red carpet for this humble servant of Allah.

Q11. Have you got the passport of Malaysia?
A: The Indian media has repeated hundreds of times in the last 4 months that I was banned in Malaysia. Now it takes a somersault and is saying that I have been given the passport of Malaysia. How can a person who is banned in a country be given a passport of that country.
Both these reports are absolutely false without any proof.

Q12. Some allege that the Zakat money received by IRF is not utilized as per the Islamic law?
A: All the money received by IRF is not from Zakaat. Alhamdulillah every rupee received as Zakaat is utilized as per the Islamic rules of Zakaat. All donations & Zakaat received are utilized appropriately as per the rules of Shariah (Islamic law) & the donors request if any (as long as the request is permitted by Shariah)

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Friday, November 4, 2016

Successor For Hubble Telescope:

The biggest telescope ever made was Hubble Telescope. This hubble space telescope was launched on 1990 to Earth lower orbit, which is around 559 km from the Earth, orbit height. Its speed on the orbit is 7.5 km/s, i.e. 27000 km per hour.

The cost was around 2.5 billion USD for the Hubble Telescope.

Image result for hubble space telescope

Now, Nasa started working on new Telescope, which is dubbed as successor of Hubble and it is bigger than Hubble. Hubble's successor will be 100 times more powerful than old. An Ariane 5 rocket will launch this space telescope in October 2018.

Goal of this new telescope to explore the earliest galaxy created on this universe.

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Monday, October 10, 2016

How true is the statement "The best minds of my generation are thinking about how to make people click ads"?

Who works on advertisement optimization?
It is true that companies like Google, Yahoo, Facebook, NetFlix and Microsoft have big research departments with a lot of highly educated and smart people who do a lot of mathematics to optimize their business models. At least microsoft, netflix and yahoo are publishing a lot of papers in the field.
Most of the time these researchers came from famous universities or have close partnerships with them.
My former university the Hasso-Plattner-Institut e.g. is involved in research together with SAP, IBM, Microsoft and Schufa.

What are they doing?
The papers are most ot the time about mathematical models to predict the future on a solid basis. Typical problems that you have in advertisment are:

  1. Hypothesis testing
  2. Explore exploit dilemma
  3. Clustering target groups
  4. Big data issues
  5. Online learning
  6. Calculating and maintaining quantiles on the fly
  7. Parallel execution
  8. Margin utility
  9. Non linear optimization

These techniques are not only useful for optimizing advertisment but the methodology that is developed can be adapted by other people as well.
e.g. a lot of the techniques that are used to find the best ad with minimal loss comes originally from medical trials that tried to minimize the deaths of people during finding the best drug.

The important thing is that these results get published and are usable for other researchers.
At least the following industries should use the models from advertisment:

  • engineering
  • healthcare
  • construction
  • aerospace
  • project management
  • country budget allocation

Currently it is still a challenge to do so.

So you would say that the people optimizing advertisement are wasting their talent and instead should cure cancer or decrypt our DNA.
The truth is that they might develop the methodology to actually do so.

Getting paid for developing is a must have. Unfortunately ads are currently a well paid business.
Nevertheless I know a lot of people working for the silicon valley companies and one of their preconditions is that they are allowed to publish their work.
If you go to google scholar you might want to search for papers from:

  • Yehuda Koren
  • Deepak Agarwal
  • Weinan Zhang
  • Mark Slee
  • Torben Brodt

They all work for famous company and they try to make the world better by participating in the global research space.

So from my perspective to answer the two questions:

The best minds of my generation are thinking about how to make people click ads.

  • Yes, this is true

  • No, as long as they publish their work and it can be used to cure cancer they are doing a great job

The Prize in Economic Sciences 2016:

The Prize in Economic Sciences 2016 is awarded to
Oliver Hart and Bengt Holmström
“for their contributions to contract theory”
What is Contract theory?
Contract theory provides us with a general means of understanding contract design. One of the theory’s goals is to explain why contracts have various forms and designs. Another goal is to help us work out how to draw up better contracts, thereby shaping better institutions in society. Should providers of public services, such as schools, hospitals, or prisons, be publicly or privately owned? Should teachers, healthcare workers, and prison guards be paid fixed salaries or should their pay be performance-based? To what extent should managers be paid through bonus programmes or stock options?
Contract theory does not necessarily provide definitive or unique answers to these questions. However, the power of the theory is that it enables us to think clearly about the issues involved and help us understand the potential pitfalls when designing new contracts.
From the Press release:
The long and the short of contracts
Modern economies are held together by innumerable contracts. The new theoretical tools created by Hart and Holmström are valuable to the understanding of real-life contracts and institutions, as well as potential pitfalls in contract design. Society’s many contractual relationships include those between shareholders and top executive management, an insurance company and car owners, or a public authority and its suppliers. As such relationships typically entail conflicts of interest, contracts must be properly designed to ensure that the parties take mutually beneficial decisions. This year’s laureates have developed contract theory, a comprehensive framework for analysing many diverse issues in contractual design, like performance-based pay for top executives, deductibles and co-pays in insurance, and the privatisation of public-sector activities. In the late 1970s, Bengt Holmström demonstrated how a principal (e.g., a company’s shareholders) should design an optimal contract for an agent (the company’s CEO), whose action is partly unobserved by the principal. Holmström’s informativeness principle stated precisely how this contract should link the agent’s pay to performance-relevant information. Using the basic principal-agent model, he showed how the optimal contract carefully weighs risks against incentives. In later work, Holmström generalised these results to more realistic settings, namely: when employees are not only rewarded with pay, but also with potential promotion; when agents expend effort on many tasks, while principals observe only some dimensions of performance; and when individual members of a team can free-ride on the efforts of others.
In the mid-1980s, Oliver Hart made fundamental contributions to a new branch of contract theory that deals with the important case of incomplete contracts. Because it is impossible for a contract to specify every eventuality, this branch of the theory spells out optimal allocations of control rights: which party to the contract should be entitled to make decisions in which circumstances? Hart’s findings on incomplete contracts have shed new light on the ownership and control of businesses and have had a vast impact on several fields of economics, as well as political science and law. His research provides us with new theoretical tools for studying questions such as which kinds of companies should merge, the proper mix of debt and equity financing, and when institutions such as schools or prisons ought to be privately or publicly owned. Through their initial contributions, Hart and Holmström launched contract theory as a fertile field of basic research. Over the last few decades, they have also explored many of its applications. Their analysis of optimal contractual arrangements lays an intellectual foundation for designing policies and institutions in many areas, from bankruptcy legislation to political constitutions.

Sunday, August 28, 2016

I Have A Dream!!!

August 28, 1963, Martin Luther King calls to end the racism in USA and also leading to civil rights and economical rights in the country. Nearly two hundred fifty thousand civil right supporters witnessed the speech and inspired millions to stand on that dream.

Everyone must have a dream, but it is worth enough to inspire millions. Dr. Martin Luther King did and inspire the millions.

Wednesday, July 27, 2016

What World Needs Now?

Very seriously thinking about today's world and suddenly one question sparked in my mind, "what world needs now?". Ultimate question and the solution will bring up the new world. Many philanthropists, billionaires also searching the answer for the same question as a part their new business openings or giving back to the society.

Bill Gates, my role model, who is taking more care on what he give back to the society. Very active philanthropist with the support of his wife, he made journeys to several underdeveloped countries, especially African countries, in order to eradicate poverty, diseases (which can be eradicated), spending on education.

Another set of billionaires, like Elon Musk, searching for new innovative ideas to make this world a better place like ever before. Cheap Energy and renewable energy is the main concern to save our environment. Our hope lies in them that they can bring up with new ideas and have the ability to invest in those projects. It automatically leads to betterment of human life and answer to our question "what real world needs?".

Key points:
Clean Environment
Healthy food
Pure drinking water
No poverty
No starving
Renewable energy
Cheap Energy as well as renewable energy

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Tuesday, June 28, 2016

Ransomware not only Encrypts Your Data But Also Speaks to You

A ransomware called Cerber has been floating around for about a week, but we were not able to retrieve a sample until today. Thanks to @BiebsMalwareGuy and @MeegulWorth, samples were found and further analysis of the ransomware could be done.  When infected, a victim's data files will be encrypted using AES encryption and will be told they need to pay a ransom of 1.24 bitcoins or ~500 USD to get their files back. Unfortunately, at this point there is no known way to decrypt a victim's encrypted files for free.

At this time we do not currently know how the Cerber ransomware is being distributed, but according to SenseCy, it is being offered as a service on a closed underground Russian forum. This means that it is probably a new Ransomware as a Service, or RaaS, where affiliates can join in order to distribute the ransomware, while the Cerber developers earn a commission from each ransom payment.

For anyone who is infected with this ransomware or wants to discuss the infection, we have a dedicated support topic here: CERBER Ransomware Support and Help Topic.

Widespread Attack on Office 365 Corporate Users with Zero-day Ransomware Virus-

Sample Analysis:

Friday, June 24, 2016

Godless Malware In Android:

"We came across a family of mobile malware called Godless (detected as ANDROIDOS_GODLESS.HRX) that has a set of rooting exploits in its pockets. By having multiple exploits to use, Godless can target virtually any Android device running on Android 5.1 (Lollipop) or earlier. As of this writing, almost 90% of Android devices run on affected versions."


Detailed post by Trendmicro:

Wednesday, June 22, 2016

Getting best body with balance exercise and diet:

People who want reduce enormous amount of fat, they can take the below ideas and impose that in their day to day activity.

There are few rules need to be understand first. Fat and muscle weigh the same, but looks different. People who wants reduce the fat, they can build lean muscle. Because, muscle burn more calorie than fat.

Do heavy number of reps with lite weight. It gives more effective look without bulking. No need of cardio and other boring stuffs. People can feel the difference in two or three weeks.
Lats pulling, normal dumbbell workout, squats with lite weight will give you best results.

We need understand calorie calculations.
If 3500 calories burned during exercise, it means you used one pound fat for it.
So, 7000 calories mean one kg body fat.

Best way or recommended way to reduce the fat is balance of weight training and dieting.
Target each day with 250 calorie from diet and 250 calorie from weight training. The impact will be the best.
It is recommended to consume more negative calorie foods in your diet and it will act as catalyst in the fat reduction.

Vegetables on the negative calorie food list are: Asparagus, Bean
sprouts, Beets, Broccoli, Cabbage, Carrots, Cauliflower, Celery,
Chicory/Radicchio, Cucumbers, Endives, Green beans, Jicama, Kale, Leeks,
 Lettuce, Radishes, Spinach, Squash

Fruits on the negative calorie food list are: Apples, Blueberries, Cantaloupe, Cranberries,
 Grapefruits, Honeydew, Lemons/Limes, Mangoes, Oranges, Papaya, Peaches,
 Pineapple, Raspberries, Strawberries, Tangerines, Watermelon.

Note: If you want more result. Then, add skipping the rope exercise. It is full body cardio and conditioning. Famous boxers and body builders do skipping the rope for full body conditioning.

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Wednesday, June 15, 2016

How long can someone survive without food?

This is very wonderful explanation given by Niroshan. He gave the explanation in Tamil language (one of the Indian language).

Here its rough translation:

How long can someone survive without food?

Its not immediate death for starving. Normally, people can easily live for 2-3 days without any food or water.

Without oxygen : 5-10 minutes, people can live
Without water: 2-7  days, people can live.

Without any food : 2 months (no disease- can live )

starving lead to 3 stages for living:

Stage 1:  glucose from last food..
25% energy... used by brain...

Stage 2: lipids are broken and a condition characterized by raised levels of ketone bodies in the body, associated with abnormal fat metabolism and diabetes mellitus.
only for brain, heart and important function

Stage 3: brain started consuming less glucose.
if all ketone body empty, then all amino bodies eaten up for energy.

Our body is very amazing, not one back up plan, actually 3 back up plans for starving.

Sunday, June 5, 2016

Hard work never fails:

Failure And Rejection Are Part Of The Success Story:

Just try one more time that only makes the difference being champion and average one.

Born To Inspire:

Rejection is an opportunity to do things better than before. Never lose hope.

Hard work never fails:

Just to inspire people who feels always loser. We are here to inspire you. Don't lose hope, just follow us.                                                                                                                                                            

Wednesday, May 11, 2016

System Information:

This post is about system information. Many have the following questions in their mind:

  • How to open system information? 
  • How to check the hard disk type? 
  • How to find the details about system components?
To open the system information, open run window (start+R) and type msinfo32 (enter).

In the system information, you will find the system summary and followed by 3 things.
-Hardware Resources
-Software Environment

You can find any system components from here, like devices, display, sounds, hard disk, memory, etc.

Lets come to the important point. How to find the hard disk type?

- Open the components
- Select the tab the storage and then select disk.
It will populate all the details related to disk and you will find media type as SSD or HDD.

The media type is mentioned as fixed hard disk, which is a HDD type. This is how we can find the hard disk type.

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Saturday, May 7, 2016

Vote Percentage Of Major Parties In Tamil Nadu: (Predication of 2016 Tamil Nadu Assembly Election)


Election fever is at its peak now in Tamil Nadu. There are lots of opinion polls and surveys conducted by many media. We are getting speculations that those opinion polls are paid one.

Well, it may or may not be. In this post, we will see the vote percentage of major parties in Tamil Nadu at the last elections, which will give fair idea about how this election is going to be. Because, elections in Tamil Nadu is purely on arithmetic and anti incumbency factor.

Vote percentage in 2011 TN: 

In 2011 Tamil Nadu assembly election, AiAdmk front sweeped the poll and won 203 seats (and Aiadmk alone won 150 seats).

Party Total Number of Vote Vote %
Aiadmk 14150289 38.40%
DMK 8249991 22.40%
DMDK 2903828 7.90%
INC 3426432 9.30%
PMK 1927783 5.20%

Polled Turn Out
Male Voters 18381236 77.71%
Female Voters 18371744 78.54%
Total Voters 36753114 78.12%

Nearly 78% of votes were polled and it is 50:50 ratio votes of Male:Female. Admk got nearly 1.4 crore votes and its alliance Dmdk got 29 lakh votes. 
Dmk managed to gain 82 lakh votes and its alliance INC got only 34 lakh votes. Dmk had alliance with INC, PMK, and VC. Due to the heavy anti incumbency factor, they failed to won the election.

Vote Percentage in 2014 TN:
In spite of Modi wave in the whole India, this is the only state where BJP got only 1 seat out of 39 seats and its alliance PMK got one more seat. Out of 39 seats, Aiadmk won 37 seats with the vote percentage of 44 (i.e. vote of 1.8 crore).
In that election, DMK suffered heavy loss and unable to win a single seat.

Party Total Number of Vote Vote %
Aiadmk 17983168 44.30%
DMK 10887347 26.80%
NDA (Dmdk,BJP,Mdmk,PMK) 7523829 18.50%
INC 1751123 4.30%

Polled Turn Out
Total Voters 39599601 73.67%
It is believed that two factors influenced the win of Aiadmk. One is Multi-corner contest and other is people welfare schemes by  State Government. Dmk was moved out of INC and stated that they realized bitterness of INC. Dmk with the support of VC and some other minor parties, they faced the election. They able to gain only 27% of vote (by that alliance). INC got only 4.3% votes.
BJP team (Dmdk+Mdmk+PMK) able to gain only 18.5% of vote.

Predication of 2016 Tamil Nadu Assembly Election:

It is very clear from our analysis that Aiadmk is single largest party in the state of Tamil Nadu. And Dmk is the second largest party in the state. We did a prediction analysis with all this data and added current situation of the state (like election manifesto and freebies).

 It is clear that Aiadmk going to get 48% of vote (+ or - 3%). DMK is going to get 23% of vote (+ or - 3%). 

DMK and INC alliance made up a social media negative image via funny memes and reality, they were sharing the table for Srilankan Tamils genocide. Now INC is a weaker party in Tamil Nadu. Half of its party is with GK Vasan (they are in PWF- People welfare front). 

Same equation of 2014 is now rehashed in to new equation. Instead of INC, now BJP is alone. PMK is also standing alone. Instead of NDA (BJP team), we got PWF with Dmdk, Mdmk, VC and communist parties. In 2014, communist parties were faced the election alone, but this time PMK was out and communist parties were in. 

Dmk missed out VC this time and added weak INC in. More or less, it is a same equation like last time. The only unchanged side is Aiadmk. Lets see our prediction is right or wrong on may 19.

Saturday, April 30, 2016

What's her number? (Comedy Short Film)

A Tamil comedy short film about Arjun, who loses the last two digits of a girl's phone number and whether he succeeds in finding it. 

A simple plot yet an interesting short film!!

Title: What's her number?
Story - Screenplay - Direction : Arvind Kumar
Cast: Sidharth Varma | Ambrish Prasad | Aswini K 
Editing: Arjun Manohar
Cinematography- Sooraj S Anand
Associate Director: Srikanth Cheeka
Assistant Directors: Omprakash Ujjwal, Murali
Make-up for the artists: Anantha Chittila
Sound Mixing: Sandy
Script inputs: Ranjith Unnikrishnan
Voice-over: Sheik Mohamed Shakeel and Gayathry Sankaran
Media Partner : Mediaexpress
Location courtesy: La Cucina Restaurant, Kilpauk
Soundtracks: selected from (with the director's official contract)

Finally, they released the short film on Apr 29th 2016.

Here is the short film:

Wednesday, April 27, 2016

Dark Seoul Implant with zero detection:

Famous Malware researcher Snorre Fagerland tweeted that dark seoul implant having zero detection in Virustotal.

Here is the VT link:

At this time of writing, 0/56 in VT. i.e. No antivirus vendor flagged this implant.

Monday, April 25, 2016

Mistake is an opportunity!

Mistake is an opportunity!

Every billionaire in this world, admits that mistake is an opportunity to start the things freshly. Let me drag some events from history.

Thomas Alva Edison is one of the greatest scientist and my favorite entrepreneur. Yes, he is an entrepreneur. Whenever his experiment results in failure, he says i found something which was not working. That's the idea. When he fails 1000's of time during the research on electric bulb, he mentioned - I found 1000's of things, not working. He used his mistake as an opportunity.
 He did it! 

I want to give one of personal experience with a company which sells goods in online. I placed my order for iphone 3G in that online shopping site. But, after one week span- they came up and say, sorry due to the some reason the product can't be delivered. I frustrated and scold them.

If they didn't correct the mistake, they will loss the customer and the reputation. So, they ask me to wait for 3-5 days, we will come with solution. Finally, i got the IPhone at the 5th day. I was surprised- it was not Iphone 3G and it was Iphone 3Gs. There was a letter in the mobile box, sorry for inconvenience and we upgraded to 3GS for you, please accept our apology. I was happy.

 That's the way to glow, if you take mistake is an opportunity!
(I say about the iphone event to my friends, and started giving good opinion to others about that online shopping site. )



Once again, hi to all the future and present billionaires reads this post. In the last post, we talk about how to think like a billionaire. Today, we going to understand about approach called “Think outside the box!” This is a very positive trait of every billionaires world seen.

Let’s move on-
Think you are in a situation to bring up a solution for a problem. You will come with good one, but it doesn’t satisfy the demands. At that point, you feel it is the best solution. But, the truth is the best solution will satisfy the demands.

If you look at a stone as problem, that stone might cover your whole eye sight and vision of the outside world. So, just bring a step back the stone and you will realise the size of the problem is very small! Think outside the box is similar kind of perspective to the problems and solution.

Look at the best example for think outside the box-

3X3 dot puzzle (9 dots)

Problem is- you have to connect all the 9 dots without taking out the pen from the line and only 4 lines allowed to draw.

Many people try out in the same way… and started hitting the walls, it can’t be solved.

Think different… solution is below.

Think like a billionaire!


 What it means…! If you want to become an billionaire, you first need to think like them!

How to think like a billionaire?
Simple, you need to think about the future and think every moment as opportunity. There is no rule like everyone can’t be a billionaire, but people never tried.
In a TV show, anchor posted a question as follows:
If God comes before you and ask a wish then what will be your wish?
80 percentage of People replied: I will ask him $10k to 50k.
Remaining people said: luxury cars and houses.
If you asked the same question to a billionaire:
They will reply: Give me a thousand wishes. Pretty cool !
And even some asks market predicators of the future or future prices for all the stocks for next 50 years.

Now you might understand my point. Billionaires think differently, and not like ordinary. Suppose if an ordinary person start think like a billionaire… He would ask the price list of stocks for the future and invested successfully- which leads him billionaire status easily!

Billionaires always make themselves in positive approach. They are always looking every moment as opportunity. (Please try to think like them, you will find new ways in the path).

In the coming posts, I will give you the details about the approach called “Think outside the box”.

Post by- Newworld

Who is billionaire?

First of all, we need to understand who is billionaire?!
Because, play the game after you clear with the rules...!

The person who have the wealth or business which values more or equal to 1000 million USD or 1 billion USD or 100 crore American Dollar (Not 1 billion Zimbabwe dollar).

If you read forbes list of billionaires and their wealth... you will get the idea about how their business and how they earned such a name as billionaire!

They don't store their money in locker or save their money in savings account. They are the people who don't allow their money to sleep in the locker and they made it to work for them!

Thanks to the inflation. In the past decade, we seen the billionaire list is growing! Half decade before, it was just 600-700 billionaires in our planet!
But now, it was 1K billionaries!
In next post, we will see about some bench mark billionaires!

- Newworld

Monday, April 18, 2016

Anger – wasting of energy

In last article, we saw about channelizing your anger. In this article, we are going see some mythological stuffs related to anger.

Check the following questions:
  • -          Whom we got anger?
  • -          Why we got anger?
  • -          What is the use of showing anger?
  • -          How to control the anger?

To answer all this question, anger management is the only solution.

In Hindu mythology,
There are three areas:
  • -          Kailash area
  • -          Vishnu area
  • -          Heaven (Indhiran area)

In heaven, Indhiran is insecure about his post. He won’t allow saint Viswamitra to surpass the highest meditation level. Here anger is the point to spoil the Viswamitra’s aim and used as weapon by Indhiran.

In kailash area, where no hungry, there is no fight between snake, eagle, rat, bull, peacock and tiger. If one is anger in Kailash, mostly they will be out of kailash. It’s a clear point.

Three things are very important while addressing the anger management:
  1.         . Frequency of anger
  2.        .  Intensity of anger
  3.        .  Duration of anger

-If energy is going up, it is enlightenment.
-If energy is going down, it is expenditure.
-Expenditure is nothing but stress, anxiety and anger. Anger tops the list.
Anger is always an energy wasting method. It is in your head that either you choose enlightenment or expenditure.

Sunday, April 17, 2016

Channelising Your Anger:

Anger is the cause of fall for many. Successful people always know how to channelizing their anger. There is a way to overcome anger instead of showing your anger. If you look in to history, angry king or judge made huge mistakes.

-          King Pandiya (Ruler of Madurai) got angry over the suspected stolen case. The case is about queen’s ornament was missing and innocent Kovalan was mistakenly suspected. The angry king given death sentence to Kovalan. Kovalan’s wife (Kannagi) erupted in anger and fired the whole Madurai City.
-          If King would have channelized his anger, the judgement might be better and history might be changed.

Anger Management:
  • -          Relaxation technique
  • -          Fist closing and opening technique
  • -          Backward counting (9,8,7,6,5,4,3,2,1)
  • -          Deep Breathing
  • -          Imagery ( Thinking about good timings about the person
  • -          Cognitive restructuring   

Why angry is coming?
-one sided anger
-Breaking of promise by others
-Not understanding others situation
  • Remember, anger is not just psychological factor, it is physiological factor. Eg: Nutrition problem, Hormones imbalance. Matured people shows less anger.

Follow these steps during anger:
-          While anger don’t react
-          Don’t speak and just move away from that place
-          Postponing the anger will dilute your anger
-          Try 24 hour postpone of anger (at least for 15 min)
-          Breaks will helps us to keep you away from anger
-          Open minded can avoid anger


Discussion is good but arguments are bad. It will leads to anger. Always introspect your anger, you will easily overcome anger. 

Thursday, March 24, 2016

Mars Gravity Map

Mars' gravity, released as in new map by NASA.  This will be helpful for future space programs to Mars. Scientist believed that this new gravity map gives the idea about how the red planet shaped.

Antonio Genova, MIT and NASA Goddard Space Flight Center said,"Gravity maps allow us to see inside a planet, just as a doctor uses an X-ray to see inside a patient."

"Mars has a liquid outer core of molten rock." The researchers determined this by "analyzing tides in the Martian crust and mantle caused by the gravitational pull of the sun and the two moons over Mars."


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