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This below survey was taken many form many colleges in India. These Top 50 Engineering Colleges in India have Good Infrastructure, Good Environment, Educations , Staff, Placement , Research Activities and other Facilities are good.

Top 10 Government Engineering Colleges in India

Top 10 Government Engineering Colleges in India

These Government Engineering Colleges in India are really good for all kind of stuff like Education , research , Placement and New Innovation Ideas etc... But Getting seat in these colleges are heavy competition in students .....

Top 10 Colleges In India 2014

Top 10 Colleges In India 2014

Indian Institute Of Technology Delhi,Indian Institute Of Technology Bombay,Indian Institute Of Technology Kanpur,Indian Institute Of Technology Madras,Indian Institute Of Technology Kharagpur,Indian Institute Of Technology Roorkee,University Of Delhi,Indian Institute Of Technology Guwahati,University Of Calcutta,University Of Mumbai, National Institute Of Technology,Trichy.



This below survey was taken many form many colleges in India. These Top 100 Engineering Colleges in India have Good Infrastructure, Good Environment, Educations , Staff, Placement , Research Activities and other Facilities are good. If you want to do Engineering as your dream and try out these colleges

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Thursday, August 27, 2015

Health Benefits of Eating More Onions

Health Benefits Onions

We Using Onions daily in our day to day life. Let see what are beneficial to eat onions in this post.
We Indians cannot really imagine life with onions, can we? Beyond its peculiar odour and unique flavour, onion is also highly nutritious, with each variety exhibiting potential health benefits. Here are a few of them.
1. Keeps your heart healthy: Onions are rich in sulphur compounds like thiosulphinates, thiosulphonates, mono-, di- and tri-sulphides that help lower blood cholesterol levels and triglycerides. The antioxidant compounds in them reduces oxidative stress on the cells, preventing oxidation of cholesterol and plaque formation. They also prevent platelet aggregation and thrombosis, both of which contribute to heart disease development [1]. Read about 8 natural cholesterol busters.

2. Helps control diabetes: Apart from the sulphur compounds, onions are rich in flavonoids like quercetin that exhibits hypoglycemic effects. A study published in the journal Environmental Health Insights showed that ingestion of onions reduced fasting blood glucose by 89 mg/dl in type 2 diabetic patients. The study suggests that consumption of onions lowers blood glucose levels in both type 1 and type 2 diabetes patients [2].
3. Improves immunity: Vitamin C, a powerful anti-inflammatory agent, is present in large quantities in onions that help improve immunity. Onions also boost production of interferons like TNF-α and IL-12 production that increases phagocytosis. They also increase the activity of natural killer cells, enhancing natural immunity against infectious agents [3].
4. Lowers stress: Quercetin, a compound present in onions acts as a sedative which can help reduce pain, depression and anxiety. So, if you have had a hard day at work, try eating cut pieces of raw onion along with your food. Those suffering from insomnia will also benefit from eating it.
5. Helps protects against cancer: The potent antioxidant activity and high organosulphur content of onions has been linked to a reduced risk of several cancer like prostate cancer, kidney cancer,oral cancer, breast cancer and colorectal cancer. A study showed published in American Journal of Clinical Nutrition reveals significant reduction in cancer occurring at several sites with use of garlic and onion [4]. Read about the various foods that can keep cancer at bay.Health Benefits of Eating More Onions
6. Keeps your skin healthy: The antioxidants present in onions prevent your skin from getting wrinkles and fine lines which appear with age. Not only this, onions also help in the treatment of acne due to its anti-microbial, anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory qualities.
7. Boosts sperm health: Did you know eating onions could be a good-way to boost sperm count and quality? Antioxidants in onions have an essential effect on sperm health. The study  carried out by Khaki A and colleagues showed that rats administered with onion juice had significantly increased sperm concentration along with increased sperm count as well as increased number of viable and motile sperms .

Health Benefits of Eating More Onions

Benefits of onion for hair loss problems
  • Onion helps provide proper nourishment to the hair follicles and pumps in the lost nutrients.
  • Massaging some raw onions onto the scalp helps increase blood circulation, thereby strengthening the hair follicles.
  • Due to the presence of sulphur in onions, hair thinning and breakage can be reduced.
  • Onions also have anti-bacterial properties which are useful in getting rid of scalp infections and parasites. 
  • Premature greying of hair is caused as the the natural antioxidant, catalase reduces. Onion helps control this problem by increasing catalase. 
One loses at least 50 to 100 strands of hair on a daily basis which is perfectly normal, as per dermatologists. However, when this exceeds, it leads to hair thinning or balding  patches, known as alopecia. People in their 30s are prone to suffer from hair loss problems due to hormonal changes, stress and often an unhealthy diet.
This common and major hair problem can be dealt with natural ingredients and remedies. One such ingredient traditionally known for hair loss treatment is onion. Onion is a rich source of sulphur, which is extremely beneficial for healthy hair growth. It prevents hair breakage and accelerates regrowth of hair. This is so because sulphur increases the production of collagen which helps the hair to grow.
kidney Ailment Problem
If you’re suffering from a kidney ailment, then onions could be your saviour. As they are rich in vitamin C, calcium and phosphorous, onions can be healthy for people suffering from high creatinine levels along with reduced kidney function.Health Benefits of Eating More Onions

Onions also contain prostaglandin, which naturally reduces the viscosity of blood. It also helps lower high blood pressure, which reduces the progression of kidney disease. Besides, onions also contain the antioxidant quercitin, which prevents free radicals from causing damage to the kidneys and it also helps with detoxification. So if you’re recovering from a kidney ailment, onion is one food that you should include in your diet. Lower CholesterolCholesterol, the main culprit of blocked arteries and atherosclerosis, is very well linked to heart disease. So in order to prevent heart diseases you need to you’re your cholesterol under check. The easiest way to do it is by eating onions. They have sulphur compounds in them which lower cholesterol and triglycerides.

    Health Benefits of Eating More Onions

    Tuesday, August 18, 2015

    Android 6.0 Marshmallow Next Version

    Google Android 6.0 Marshmallow Next Version

    On August 17/08/2015 Google Announced Next Version of Android called Android 6.0 Marshmallow. Android previous version are Lollipop 5.0, Kit Kat 4.4, Jelly Bean 4.1,Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, Android 3.0 Honeycomb, Android 2.3 Gingerbread, Android 2.2 Froyo, Android 2.0 Eclair, Android 1.6 Donut ....

    Android 6.0 Marshmallow Next Version
    The world's most popular mobile OS
    Android is customizable, easy to use and works perfectly with all your favorite apps.

    Features of Android 6.0 Marshmallow

    1. App permissions
    First up, app permissions. As had previously been speculated, app permissions have been overhauled in Android M, with users now being able to choose to accept or deny individual permissions as they see fit. Permissions have also been simplified.

    Permissions will now be requested the first time you try to use a feature, not at the point of installation. "You don't have to agree to permissions that don't make sense to you," Burke said, and used WhatsApp to give an example of how this works.

    If you want to record a voice message, WhatsApp will prompt you with a one-time request for permission to use your mic: if you still wish to give it access and record the message, you can, but you don't have to. Android M is giving users greater control of the information apps can access, and this is a truly positive step forward for Android.

    You can modify the permissions granted to apps at a later date in your Settings, or you can view permissions by type and see which apps have that permission granted. It's all about giving the user complete control over their Android.

    2. Web experience
    Google has been exploring trends in the way web content is consumed to provide a better user-experience when interacting with websites and apps. "Chrome Custom Tabs is a new feature that gives developers a way to harness all of Chrome's capabilities, while still keeping control of the look and feel of the experience," said Burke.

    Chrome Custom Tabs will allow apps to open a customized Chrome window on top of the active app, instead of launching the Chrome app separately. This will provide a faster and more intuitive user-experience when navigating between apps and the web.

    Chrome Custom Tabs supports automatic sign-in, saved passwords, autofill, and multi-process security to assist the integration of the app and web experience. So, for example, a Pinterest custom tab will have a Pinterest share button embedded in it, can include custom overflow menu options and doesn't require the Pinterest developers to build their own web browser.

    3. Fingerprint support
    Google will "standardize support" for fingerprint scanners on phones running Android M. The new functionality will allow fingerprint scanners to be used not only to unlock phones, but to make purchases shopping in real-life or within Play Store apps.
    Of course, your device will need a hardware fingerprint scanner to begin with, but with Google's full support, expect to see these appear on many more devices in the future.

    4. Mobile payments
    Android Pay is Google's new mobile payments system designed to make the checkout process easier and faster. Google is aiming to provide "simplicity, security, and choice" with Android Pay, allowing you to use your existing credit cards to pay for products in more than 700,000 stores in the US.

    Compatible with any device housing NFC capabilities (and running 4.4 KitKat or above), the Android Pay platform is being supported by American Express, Visa, Mastercard, and Discover, as well as carriers such as AT&T, Verizon and T-Mobile. Google's response to Apple pay is here.

    5. App links
    "When a user selects a weblink from somewhere, Android doesn't know whether to show it in a web-browser, or some other app that claims support for the link." This was the problem facing the Google developers before Android M. 
    You may be familiar with the 'Open with' dialogue box which appears when you try to open a link within an app on Android. You might be asked if you want to open a link with YouTube, or with Chrome, for example.
    App links are being changed in M so that Android has a greater awareness of which apps can open content directly, instead of stopping users every time with the dialog box. If you tap a Twitter link in an email, for example, the Twitter app will open automatically instead of prompting you to ask if you want to use Twitter to view it.
    This is almost a blink-and-you'll-miss-it improvement, but it's representative of Google's attention to detail: Android M is probably going to feel more usable without the user ever understanding why.

    6. Power and charging
    Android M makes use of a new function known as Doze to improve device standby time. By using motion detectors, Android will recognize when devices haven’t been interacted with for a while, such as when a person is asleep or a device has been left on a table, to reduce background processes.

    Burke said that Google tested two Nexus 9 devices, one running Lollipop and one running the Android M preview, and learned that M will provide up to two-times longer standby time. Even in Doze mode, your Android can still start alarms or notify you of priority notifications.

    Android M also supports USB Type-C which provides faster charging, and lets users charge other devices with their phone.

    7. Some other new things are:

    Auto Backup and Restore for Apps

    Possibly the most interesting aspect of Android M not discussed in Google’s I/O keynote speech was Android Auto Backup and Restore for Apps. This feature will be used in conjunction with Google Drive to automatically backup app data and settings with a file size of 25 MB or less.

    These backups occur no more than once per day, and run only when the device is idle and connected to Wi-Fi and power. The uploaded data does not count towards your Google Drive storage quota, and is encrypted.
    If you lose your device or delete the app, your previous progress will be restored the next time you install it, and it even works with apps which are side-loaded or accessed through a third-party app store.

    New app drawer
    One of the most immediately noticeable visual changes to Android M is the new app drawer. This now scrolls vertically instead of horizontally, and is held against a white background, rather than a muted shade of your homepage wallpaper. Across the top of the menu you will see your four most recently used apps.

    Android M RAM manager
    Google has introduced a new RAM manager to Android M with the aim of providing users with more accurate and comprehensible information regarding the maximum and average RAM usage of apps.

    The menu can be found in Settings > Apps > Options (three dots button) > Advanced > Memory. Though it's a little hard to navigate to, the page offers a far clearer insight into app demands, and the overall effect they will have on your device.

    With a reading of an individual app's RAM consumption, as well as how often it is running in the background, users will be able to better determine which apps should be removed in endless bid to increase device performance and battery life.

    Android M even includes a simple bar at the top of the page displaying the current performance status of a person's handset; if it says "good performance", you're likely running an efficient set of apps.

    Adoptable Storage Devices

    Though Google has in the past tried to step away from external storage use (the reason why none of its Nexus devices house a microSD card slot), it appears that Android M is striking a compromise.

    Adoptable Storage Devices is Google's new storage feature which essentially takes an external storage source (such as an SD card or USB drive) and formats it like an internal storage space. This means that app and personal data can be moved freely between a devices internal storage and its "adopted" storage source.

    Adopted storage devices are wrapped in a layer of encryption to soothe security concerns and both microSD cards and USB OTG drives are currently supported.

    Dark Theme
    Buried within the Android M settings is a "Dark theme" option which transforms the menu background to a dark grey color rather than the normal pale shade. Currently this only affects the settings menu, not the app drawer, and its function is purely cosmetic. Still, it looks nice on our Nexus 6 and we hope it gets developed further.

    Google Now
    Google Now has been improved upon once again in Android M. Focusing on three key ares: being aware of different contexts, providing answers and helping you take action, Google Now is now smarter than ever.
    Google Now's context awareness understand over 100 million different places, so when you ask "How far is it to there?" Google Now know exactly which "there" you're referring to. This awareness is compounded by Google's Knowledge Graph, which understands one billion different entities, from sports teams to gas stations, TV shows to recipes.

    Google Now is also rolling out a pilot program called Now on Tap with 100 popular apps. Now on Tap provides Google Now-like content right where you are, without having to leave the app you're in. So if you're in Spotify and say "Ok Google, what is his real name?" Now on Tap will know you're talking about the musician you're listening to and provide search results right there an then.

    The same goes for content in emails. If someone asks you a question about a restaurant and to not forget something on your way home, Now on Tap can automatically pop up a restaurant card with Maps info, Yelp, OpenTable and the dialer, as well as offer to set a reminder for whatever it was you were supposed to not forget.

    Google Chrome
    Chrome is also leaner and faster than ever before. Initially revamped with Android One devices in mind, where stable and speedy internet connections are not always possible, Chrome's new optimizations are set to arrive for everyone.

    Chrome is now aware of network strength and can modify what you see as a result. For example, if your connection is bad, you might see colored squares rather than preview images in Search results. Optimized web pages will load four times faster and use 80 percent fewer bytes. You'll also see a memory usage reduction of up to 80 MB. Chrome will also support offline mode.

    Google Photos
    As expected, Google pulled the wraps off its new Google Photos Service. Previously a part of Google+, Google Photos is now standalone photo and video storage and sharing service that provides unlimited free storage for up to 16 MP photos and 1080p video. That is seriously impressive.

    The Google Photos service stores high-quality compressed versions of your photos and movies but doesn't store anything on your device, so you can search through thousands of photos at high speed and without bogging your device down with gigabytes of photos.

    Popular features like Auto-Awesome and Stories are a key highlight, accessible through a new Assistant feature, which will automatically suggest creative uses of your images and footage. Through simple pinch gestures you can see tiled images for particular days, weeks, months or even years and then zoom right back in at any point you like.

    Google Photos is also powerful for search, as you'd expect. You can search by People, Places, Things and Types, which are all automatically created, and you can drill down in each of those categories to see, for example, every picture you have of a particular person, all without ever tagging them.

    Sharing is also a breeze. You don't even need you contacts to have the Google Photos app. You can simply share a link that they can view in Chrome. If they are logged in they can easily download an entire album in seconds.

    Rotating home screen
    Another surprisingly slow feature to make it to Android, the screen rotation function for the home screen has finally made an appearance. Now you can use your phone in landscape format both in apps and on the home screen.

    Visual Voicemail
    Information gleaned from the Android Developer Preview issue tracker page has indicated that Android M will include Visual Voicemail service accessible from the dialer. According to a report by Android Police, it appears that T-Mobile and Orange France will be the only two carriers to support the functionality, but more are sure to follow (after all, Android M is still in its early stages).

    What is visual voicemail?
     It's basically how it sounds: visual voicemail presents your voicemail with a visual interface, rather than the audio-based setup like in current Android smartphones — whereby you call your carrier and listen for instructions. Though it may seem like a small addition, the functionality requires cooperation from carriers, which may suggest why few are currently on board.

    Android 6.0 Marshmallow Next Version

    Monday, August 17, 2015

    25 Things Successful Teachers Do Differently

    Successful Teachers Motivations

    If you ask a student what makes him or her successful in school, you probably won’t hear about some fantastic new book or video lecture series. Most likely you will hear something like, “It was all Mr. Jones. He just never gave up on me.” 25 Things Successful Teachers Do Differently

    What students take away from a successful education usually centers on a personal connection with a teacher who instilled passion and inspiration for their subject. It’s difficult to measure success, and in the world of academia, educators are continually re-evaluating how to quantify learning. But the first and most important question to ask is:

    Are teachers reaching their students?

    Here are 25 things successful educators do differently.

    1. Successful teachers have clear objectives
    How do you know if you are driving the right way when you are traveling somewhere new? You use the road signs and a map (although nowadays it might be SIRI or a GPS). In the world of education, your objectives for your students act as road signs to your destination. Your plan is the map. Making a plan does not suggest a lack of creativity in your curriculum but rather, gives creativity a framework in which to flourish.

    2. Successful teachers have a sense of purpose
    We can’t all be blessed with “epic” workdays all the time. Sometimes, life is just mundane and tedious. Teachers with a sense of purpose that are able to see the big picture can ride above the hard and boring days because their eye is on something further down the road.

    3. Successful teachers are able to live without immediate feedback
    There is nothing worse than sweating over a lesson plan only to have your students walk out of class without so much as a smile or a, “Great job teach!” It’s hard to give 100% and not see immediate results. Teachers who rely on that instant gratification will get burned out and disillusioned. Learning, relationships, and education are a messy endeavor, much like nurturing a garden. It takes time, and some dirt, to grow.

    4. Successful teachers know when to listen to students and when to ignore them
    Right on the heels of the above tip is the concept of discernment with student feedback. A teacher who never listens to his/her students will ultimately fail. A teacher who always listens to his/her students will ultimately fail. It is no simple endeavor to know when to listen and adapt, and when to say, “No- we’re going this way because I am the teacher and I see the long term picture.”

    5. Successful teachers have a positive attitude
    Negative energy zaps creativity and it makes a nice breeding ground for fear of failure. Good teachers have an upbeat mood, a sense of vitality and energy, and see past momentary setbacks to the end goal. Positivity breeds creativity.

    6. Successful teachers expect their students to succeed
    This concept is similar for parents as well. Students need someone to believe in them. They need a wiser and older person to put stock in their abilities. Set the bar high and then create an environment where it’s okay to fail. This will motivate your students to keep trying until they reach the expectation you’ve set for them.

    7. Successful teachers have a sense of humor
    Humor and wit make a lasting impression. It reduces stress and frustration, and gives people a chance to look at their circumstances from another point of view. If you interviewed 1000 students about their favorite teacher, I’ll bet 95% of them were hysterical.

    8. Successful teachers use praise authentically
    Students need encouragement yes, but real encouragement. It does no good to praise their work when you know it is only 50% of what they are capable of. You don’t want to create an environment where there is no praise or recognition; you want to create one where the praise that you offer is valuable BECAUSE you use it judiciously.

    25 Things Successful Teachers Do Differently

    9. Successful teachers know how to take risks
    There is a wise saying that reads, “Those who go just a little bit too far are the ones who know just how far one can go.” Risk-taking is a part of the successful formula. Your students need to see you try new things in the classroom and they will watch closely how you handle failure in your risk-taking. This is as important as what you are teaching.

    10. Successful teachers are consistent
    Consistency is not to be confused with “stuck.” Consistency means that you do what you say you will do, you don’t change your rules based on your mood, and your students can rely on you when they are in need. Teachers who are stuck in their outdated methods may boast consistency, when in fact it is cleverly-masked stubbornness.

    11. Successful teachers are reflective
    In order to avoid becoming the stuck and stubborn teacher, successful educators take time to reflect on their methods, their delivery, and the way they connect with their students. Reflection is necessary to uncover those weaknesses that can be strengthened with a bit of resolve and understanding.

    12. Successful teachers seek out mentors of their own
    Reflective teachers can easily get disheartened if they don’t have someone a bit older and wiser offering support. You are never too old or wise for a mentor. Mentors can be that voice that says, “Yes your reflections are correct,” or “No, you are off because….” and provide you with a different perspective.

    13. Successful teachers communicate with parents
    Collaboration between parents and teachers is absolutely crucial to a student’s success. Create an open path of communication so parents can come to you with concerns and you can do the same. When a teacher and parents present a united front, there is a lower chance that your student will fall through the cracks.

    14. Successful teachers enjoy their work
    It is easy to spot a teacher who loves their work. They seem to emanate contagious energy. Even if it on a subject like advanced calculus, the subject comes alive. If you don’t love your work or your subject, it will come through in your teaching. Try to figure out why you feel so unmotivated and uninspired. It might have nothing to do with the subject, but your expectations. Adjust them a bit and you might find your love of teaching come flooding back.

    15. Successful teachers adapt to student needs
    Classrooms are like an ever-evolving dynamic organism. Depending on the day, the attendance roster, and the phase of the moon, you might have to change up your plans or your schedule to accommodate your students. As they grow and change, your methods might have to as well. If your goal is to promote a curriculum or method, it will feel like a personal insult when you have to modify it. Make connecting with your student your goal and you’ll have no trouble changing it up as time moves on.

    16. Successful teachers welcome change in the classroom
    This relates to the above tip, but in a slightly different way. Have you ever been so bored with your house or your bedroom, only to rearrange it and have it feel like a new room? Change ignites the brain with excitement and adventure. Change your classroom to keep your students on their toes. Simple changes like rearranging desks and routines can breathe new life in the middle of a long year.

    17. Successful teachers take time to explore new tools

    With the advance of technology, there are fresh new resources and tools that can add great functionality to your classroom and curriculum. There is no doubt that the students you are teaching (far younger than you) probably already use technologies you haven’t tapped into yet. Don’t be afraid to push for technology in the classroom. It is often an underfunded area but in this current world and climate, your students will be growing up in a world where technology is everywhere. Give them a headstart and use technology in your classroom.

    18. Successful teachers give their students emotional support
    There are days when your students will need your emotional support more than a piece of information. Connecting to your students on an emotional level makes it more likely that they will listen to your counsel and take your advice to heart. Students need mentors as much as they need teachers.

    19. Successful teachers are comfortable with the unknown
    It’s difficult to teach in an environment where you don’t know the future of your classroom budget, the involvement of your student’s parents, or the outcome of all your hard work. On a more philosophical level, educators who teach the higher grades are tasked with teaching students principles that have a lot of unknowns (i.e. physics). How comfortable are you with not having all the answers? Good teachers are able to function without everything tied up neatly in a bow.

    20. Successful teachers are not threatened by parent advocacy
    Unfortunately, parents and teachers are sometimes threatened by one another. A teacher who is insecure will see parent advocacy as a threat. While there are plenty of over-involved helicopter parents waiting to point out a teacher’s mistakes, most parents just want what’s best for their child. Successful educators are confident in their abilities and not threatened when parents want to get into the classroom and make their opinions known. Good teachers also know they don’t have to follow what the parent recommends!

    21. Successful teachers bring fun into the classroom
    Don’t be too serious. Some days, “fun” should be the goal. When students feel and see your humanness, it builds a foundation of trust and respect. Fun and educational aren’t mutually exclusive either. Using humor can make even the most mundane topic more interesting.

    22. Successful teachers teach holistically
    Learning does not happen in a vacuum. Depression, anxiety, and mental stress have a severe impact on the educational process. It’s crucial that educators (and the educational model) take the whole person into account. You can have the funniest and most innovative lesson on algebra, but if your student has just been told his parents are getting a divorce, you will not reach him.

    23. Successful teachers never stop learning

    Good teachers find time in their schedule to learn themselves. Not only does it help bolster your knowledge in a certain subject matter, it also puts you in the position of student. This gives you a perspective about the learning process that you can easily forget when you’re always in teaching mode.

    24. Successful teachers break out of the box
    It may be a self-made box. “Oh I could never do that,” you say to yourself. Perhaps you promised you’d never become the teacher who would let students grade each other (maybe you had a bad experience as a kid). Sometimes the biggest obstacle to growth is us. Have you built a box around your teaching methods? Good teachers know when it’s time to break out of it.

    25. Successful teachers are masters of their subject
    Good teachers need to know their craft. In addition to the methodology of “teaching”, you need to master your subject area. Learn, learn, and never stop learning. Successful educators stay curious.

    by Julie DuNeen

    25 Things Successful Teachers Do Differently

    Top 10 Less Corruption Country in Worldwide 2015

    The Less corruption country in the world wide as listed below.

    The Corruption Perceptions Index ranks countries and territories based on how corrupt their public sector is perceived to be. A country or territory’s score indicates the perceived level of public sector corruption on a scale.Top 10 Less Corruption Country in Worldwide 2015

    Top performers are found to "have high levels of press freedom, open budget processes, and strong accountability mechanisms," according to the report.
    Over the past 20 years, New Zealand has developed into a free market economy in which welfare is provided mostly on the basis of need.

    Top 10 Less Corruption Country in Worldwide 2015

    The other three countries follow the general Nordic welfare model, which supports a "universalist" welfare state aimed at enhancing individual autonomy and promoting social mobility by maximizing labor force participation, promoting gender equality, providing extensive benefits, and redistributing wealth..Top 10 Less Corruption Country in Worldwide 2015
    Denmark goes as far as involving the private sector in welfare services and providing choice for users.

    Top 10 Less Corruption Country in Worldwide 2015 :
    • Denmark
    • New Zealand
    • Finland
    • Sweden
    • Norway
    • Switzerland
    • Singapore
    • Netherlands
    • Luxembourg
    • Canada

    Top 10 Less Corruption Country in Worldwide 2015

    Tuesday, August 11, 2015

    How To Check Indian Railways Train Running Status

    You want check the train running status in Indian Railways. This post will help you to catch the training running status.

    National Train Enquiry System Android App
    Indian Railways Official app for travelers using railways for taking holiday vacation trips, official trips, tours, and daily commute. Site provides train-running related and real-time status queries for all trains of India.
    •Spot Your Train
    •Live Station
    •Train Schedule
    •Trains between Stations
    •Cancelled Trains
    •Rescheduled Trains
    •Diverted Trains

    How To Check Indian Railways Train Ruuning Status

    This service providing by  National Train Enquiry System 
    and Center For Railway Information Systems.

    In this link you can check Desktop and Laptop.

    For Android User they can download the app and chk it 

    How To Check Indian Railways Train Running Status

    Top 20 Most Corruption Countries in 2015

    The Corruption Perceptions Index ranks countries and territories based on how corrupt their public sector is perceived to be. A country or territory’s score indicates the perceived level of public sector corruption on a scale. Top 20 Most Corruption Countries in 2015

    Today Corruption is one of the major threats faced by the humanity these days. It can destroy people, their lives and communities, and undermines countries and institutions and so on.

    It leads to complete failure in the delivery of basic services like education or healthcare. Corruption leads to increase in taxes and makes the poor people and most vulnerable nations its real victims.

    Top 20 Most Corruption Countries in 2015

    There are many countries of the world which have been serious victims of corruption. According to the Corruption Perception Index, the 20 most corruption countries of the world in 2015 are as follows below:

    1. Somalia
    2. Korea (North)
    3. Sudan
    4. South Sudan
    5. Afghanistan
    6. Iraq
    7. Turkmenistan
    8. Uzbekistan
    9. Libya
    10. Eritrea
    11. Venezuela
    12. Yemen
    13. Haiti
    14. Guinea-Bissau
    15. Angola
    16. Myanmar
    17. Zimbabwe
    18. Burundi
    19. Syria
    20. Zimbabwe
    Corruption also generates economic distortions in the public sector by diverting public investment into capital projects where bribes and kickbacks are more plentiful. Officials may increase the technical complexity of public sector projects to conceal or pave way for such dealings, thus further distorting investment. It also lowers compliance with construction, environmental, or other regulations, reduces the quality of government services and infrastructure, and increases budgetary pressures on government.Top 20 Most Corruption Countries in 2015

    While measures of growth, education and access to health facilities are easily available, it is extremely difficult to actually assess the level of underhand dealings in an economy. The lack of concrete information makes any corruption measure largely susceptible to biases and subjectivity. To augment, it depends on the definition given to it, in any single economy.Top 20 Most Corruption Countries in 2015

    In some countries, however, corrupt politicians appear to choose investment projects not on the basis of their fundamental economic worth, but on the opportunity for bribes and kickbacks these projects present.

    One of the greatest impacts of corruption normally arises out of the choices and priorities of governments. This occurs when the real development priorities of a country are often neglected in favour of those that generate the greatest personal gains for the decision makers. Here, it is clearly evident that many projects have become white elephants and easy route for personal enrichment.   When loans taken by governments on the pretext of undertaking some projects are diverted to private accounts and coffers, the attendant effect is that such loans would have to be paid with interest and at the same time increasing the debt burden of the country.

    Top 20 Most Corruption Countries in 2015

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