Travel and Explore

How to choose beauty parlour services at doorstep in Mumbai

The beauty services at the doorstep in Mumbai are divided by many of the different qualities, which are chosen by the people. It depends on the best choice of the people. The beauty parlour services have extended by the various qualities, and there are the steps to choose the best beauty salon services at a doorstep in Mumbai.

The 1st step

You have to choose the best beauty services is that, you must search online, and how many amazing beauty services at home in Mumbai are available.

The 2nd step

Best step for choosing the best beauty services is that, you have to make sure, which beauty services have more response and views of the customers.

The 3d step

You have to choose the best beauty services is that; you must see the review of the customers, who have taken the experience from these services.

The 4th step

To choose the best beauty services is that, you have to appoint some professional at home for best beauty treatment.

The 6th step

To choose the best beauty services is that, you can determine the personality and punctuality of the beautician at home.

The 7th step

To choose the best beauty services is that, you can take some trial by the beautician on face and by this trial you can take it for full skin therapy.

The 8th step

To choose the best beauty services is that, you can make sure about the best skin treatment by the professionals.

The 9th step

To choose the best beauty services is that, you can recommend that only for every occasion and events because it gives best facility of the beauty treatment.

The 10th and last step

To choose the best beauty services is that, you can also get reference to our neighbours and family members to attend the best beauty services at home in Mumbai.

 

Education, Science and Technology

List of Affordable Best Smartphones under 10000

 

List of Affordable Best Smartphones under 10000

Smart Phones and Mobiles are available in the market and many places to purchase the Smart Phones and Mobiles of Many Different companies. It is very important to get the People a Smart Phone which carries every feature and quality to such an extend that one should probably think to make a task complete in a correct manner.

Smart Phones and Mobiles are provided for the people to connect to their relatives and friends. Smart Phones develop the way to make the people to get every activity to accomplish in a complete manner. Smart Phones and Mobiles are allowed to generate a busy task with the assist of Smart Phones and Mobiles.

All the Smart Phones has many different features and Sizes to encourage people to look after the Smart Phones and Mobiles in a special way that they can manage the things quite easily. There are various Smart Phones which has different Sizes, Shapes, Features and quality in their in build versions. People are likely to develop more high profile and feature Smart Phones and Mobiles by which every gets more fun and knowledge of the outside world.

People have various upgraded Smart Phones and Mobiles which help them to transfer each and every file in particular time period. People should develop that Smart Phones and Mobiles which are the Best Smart Phones under 10000 to encourage people to use these types of Phones to save lot of money.

One should develop all the features with the possibility to make the people more happy and fulfill their task in an accurate way. Sometimes people are more ambitious to purchase a high qualitative Smart Phones and Mobiles in a high range to show off their relatives and friends by which they can make their status grow in the society.

 

 

 

 

Education, Life Style

Indian Naval Academy Eligibility Criteria

Indian Naval Academy Eligibility Criteria

CDS is a (Combined Defence Service ) it is the Premier Joint Training Institution and center for the Indian Military Academy(IMA), the Indian Naval Academy(INA), the Indian Air Force Academy (AFA)and The Officer Training Academy(OTA)

The Examination of CDS (Combined Defence Service) and  is conduct by UPSC ( Union Public Service Commission)The Examination conduct Twice in year.

The candidate can apply online form for CDS (Combined Defence Service) examination. There are two modes of online forms in English and Hindi.

Education qualification

  • Indian Naval Academy:- the candidate must have done with engineering degree from a recognized university or instituted
  • Appearing: – the candidate who are appearing the final year, they can also apply for CDS examination.

Nationality For Indian Naval Academy

  • A candidate must be either be a:-
  • A citizen of India or
  • a subject of Bhutan, or
  • a subject of Nepal, or
  • a Tibetan refugee who came over to India before the 01 January , 1962 with the intention of permanently settling in India, or
  • a Person of Indian origin who has migrated from Pakistan, Burma, Sri Lanka and East African countries of Kenya, Uganda, the United Republic of Tanzania, Zambia, Malawi Zaire and Ethiopia or Vietnam with the intention of permanently setting in India.
  • Provided that a candidate belonging to categories (ii), (iii), (IV) and (v) above shall be a person in whose favor a certificate of eligibility has been issued by the Government of India.

Certificate of eligibility will not, however, be necessary in the case of candidates who are Gorkha subjects of the Nepal.

CDS Indian Naval Academy marks Pattern

English:- the English paper is for 100 marks, The mathematics examination duration is 120 minutes i.e. 2 hrs. paper. and there will be total 120 question, its multiple choice question and it is based on 11th and 12th class.

General knowledge :- the general knowledge paper is for 100 marks, and  The general knowledge examination duration is 120 minutes i.e. 2 hrs. Paper. and there will be total 120 question, its multiple choices question and it is based on 11th and 12th class.

Mathematics: – the mathematics paper is for 100 marks, and there will be total 120 questions, its multiple choices question and it is based on 11th and 12th class. The mathematics examination duration is 120minutines like 2 hrs. Paper.

 

 

 

 

Life Style, Science and Technology

Rosberg Wins Bahrain Grand Prix 2016

Mercedes’ German driver Nico Rosberg won the Bahrain Grand Prix- 2016 on April 3, 2016 in Manama, registering his fifth FI win in a row over two seasons. Rosberg completed his race in 1 hour, 33 minutes and 34-696 seconds, beating his nearest rival and runner-up Kimi Raikkonen by about 10 seconds in the race Rosberg’s teammate and Formula one champion Lewis Hamilton finished at third place. Hamilton was the pole position holder in the race. It was the 16th FI win of Rosberg’s career.

 

Rajiv Gandhi Khel Abhiyan Rechristened As Khelo India Programme

The Union Government has merged Rajiv Gandhi Khel Abhiyan (RGKA) with the Khelo India pro­gramme for development of sports in the country. The RGKA was launched by the Congress-led UPA govern­ment in February 2014 to replace Panchayat Yuva Krida Aur Khei Abhiyan. Two other sport projects launched by the previous union government—Urban Sports Infra­structure Scheme and National Sports Talent Search Scheme-have also been merged under the Khelo India Programme.

Dipa Karmakar Becomes First Indian Woman Gymnast to Secure A Place in Olympics

Dipa Karmakar from Tripura scripted history by becoming the first Indian woman gymnast to secure a seat in the Olympic games as she emerged successful in a qualifying event for the upcoming 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Her achievement of securing a place for her in gymnast event at the Rio Olympic is not a small feat in a cricket and hockey frenzy nation. She scored a total of 52-698 points in the artistic gymnastics event in Rio on April 17, 2016.

Karmakar, who performs one of the world’s most difficult vaults, secured the historic spot 52 years after India last took part in an Olympics in gymnastics—when six men competed at the 1964 Tokyo Games. There was no qualification system in place at that time.

Science and Technology, Travel and Explore

Indian Open Badminton Superseries Championship- 2016

Ratchanok Intanon of Thailand clinched the Women’s Singles title of the Indian Open Badminton Super­series Championship, 2016 beating reigning Olympic Champion Li Xuerui of China 21-17, 21-18 in the final on April 3 at the Siri Fort Stadium in New Delhi.

In the Men’s Singles final, second- seeded Kento Momota of Japan emer­ged victorious as he thrashed Den­mark’s Viktor Axelson to lift the title. It was Momota’s fourth superseries title after his successes in Malaysia, Indonesia and Singapore last year.

In an all Japanese Women’s Doubles final of the India Open, Misaki Matsutomo and Ayaka Takahashi defeated Naoko Fukuman and Kurumi Yonao 21-18, 21-18 to lift the title.

Chinese combination of Lu Kai and Huang Yaqiong clinched the Mixed Doubles title of the tourna­ment, prevailing over the Indonesian finalist pair of Riky Widianto and Puspita Richi Dili 21-13, 21-16 in the summit clash.

Indonesia’s Gideon Markus Femaldi and Kevin Sanjaya Suka- muljo clinched the Men’s Doubles title as they outplayed the com­patriot pair of Angga Pratama and Ricky Karanda SUwardi 21-17, 21-13 in the final to lift the title.

Senior National Badminton Championship-2016

Sameer Verma clinched the Senior National Badminton cham­pionship Men’s Singles title on April 10, 2016 in Chandigarh, beating his elder brother Sourabh Verma 21-16, 21-16 in the final.

In Women’s Singles summit clash of the Championship, P.C. Thulasi emerged victorious with a 21-9, 21-13 victory over top-seed Tanvi Lad.

Pradnya Gadre and Sikki Reddy clinched the Women’s Doubles title of the Senior National Badminton Championship as they prevailed over the team of Aparna Balan and Prajakta Sawant 22-20, 21-18 in the final.

 

Pranav Chopra and Akshay Dewalkar won the Men’s Doubles title after the pair of Alwin Francis and Tarun gave them a walkover due to a knee injury to Alwin.

Arun Vishnu and Aparna Baelan defeated the third-seed pair of Pranav Chopra and Sikki Reddy 22-20, 22-20 in the final to clinch the Mixed Doubles title of the tournament.

It is the fifth mixed doubles national badminton title of Arun and Aparna together in a row.

Education, Life Style, Science and Technology, Travel and Explore

Djokovic Lifts Miami Open Crown

World No. 1 Novak Djokovic of Serbia on April 3, 2016 clinched his third successive Miami Open Men’s Singles crown with a 6-3, 6-4 win over Japan’s Kei Nishikori in the final.

Novak Djokovic

 

 

It is Djokovic’s sixth title victory in Miami and he equalled Andre Agassi’s record of six Miami titles. With this win, Djokovic surpassed Roger Federer as the highest earning player in ATP Tour history with $ 98,199,548 earnings against Swiss great’s $ 97,855,881. It was Novak’s 28th ATP Masters title while 63rd ATP title overall. Djokovic’s first ATP Miami title win came in 2007.

Adille Sumariwalla Re-elected AFI President

Adille Sumariwalla was re­elected unopposed as the President of Athletics Federation of India for the term 2016-2020 at AFI’s Annual General Body Meeting in New Delhi on April 15, 2016. Sumariwalla was the lone candidate for the top AFI post which he easily got for the second time. CK Valson and PK Srivastava were also re-elected Secretary-General and Treasurer of AFI respectively.

Indian Open Badminton Superseries Championship- 2016

Ratchanok Intanon of Thailand clinched the Women’s Singles title of the Indian Open Badminton Super­series Championship, 2016 beating reigning Olympic Champion Li Xuerui of China 21-17, 21-18 in the final on April 3 at the Siri Fort Stadium in New Delhi.

In the Men’s Singles final, second- seeded Kento Momota of Japan emer­ged victorious as he thrashed Den­mark’s Viktor Axelson to lift the title. It was Momota’s fourth superseries title after his successes in Malaysia, Indonesia and Singapore last year.

In an all Japanese Women’s Doubles final of the India Open, Misaki Matsutomo and Ayaka Takahashi defeated Naoko Fukuman and Kurumi Yonao 21-18, 21-18 to lift the title.

Chinese combination of Lu Kai and Huang Yaqiong clinched the Mixed Doubles title of the tourna­ment, prevailing over the Indonesian finalist pair of Riky Widianto and Puspita Richi Dili 21-13, 21-16 in the summit clash.

Indonesia’s Gideon Markus Femaldi and Kevin Sanjaya Suka- muljo clinched the Men’s Doubles title as they outplayed the com­patriot pair of Angga Pratama and Ricky Karanda SUwardi 21-17, 21-13 in the final to lift the title.

Senior National Badminton Championship-2016

Sameer Verma clinched the Senior National Badminton cham­pionship Men’s Singles title on April 10, 2016 in Chandigarh, beating his elder brother Sourabh Verma 21-16, 21-16 in the final.

In Women’s Singles summit clash of the Championship, P.C. Thulasi emerged victorious with a 21-9, 21-13 victory over top-seed Tanvi Lad.

Pradnya Gadre and Sikki Reddy clinched the Women’s Doubles title of the Senior National Badminton Championship as they prevailed over the team of Aparna Balan and Prajakta Sawant 22-20, 21-18 in the final.

Boston Marathon-2016

Ethiopian athletes dominated the Boston Marathon-2016 by securing top three spots in male section and top two places in female section on April 18, 20l6. Lemi Berhanu Hayle emerged the winner of the men’s race in Boston as he finished the race in 2 hours, 12 minutes and 45 seconds. Defending champion Lelisa Desisa finished second in the race.

Ethiopia’s Atsede Baysa won the women’s race title of the Boston Marathon by finishing the distance in 2 hours, 29 minutes and 19 seconds, ahead of compatriot Tirfi Tsegaye. It was the 120th edition of the annual Boston Marathon.

London Marathon-2016

Defending Champion Eliud Kipchoge of Kenya emerged the winner of London Marathon Men’s section on April 24, 2016 with the second fastest run in Marathon history. He finished the race in two hours, three minutes and five seconds. His compatriot Stanley Biwott secured second place in the race, taking 46 more seconds to finish the race than the winner. Kenenisa Bekele of Ethiopia finished third.

In women’s section of the London Marathon, another Kenyan athlete secured top position. Jemima Sum- gong finished the race in 2 hours, 22 minutes and 58 seconds to emerge the winner of the London Marathon women’s section, Tigist Tufa of Ethiopia and Florence Kiplagat of Kenya finished second and third respectively in the race.