Tuesday, November 25, 2014

A Whooping Rs 1 Core Funding in Angel Funding for CollegeDunia

Where there is a will, there is a way. It has been proved yet again, as per a recent news published online. The will is to etablish CollegeDunia in a grand manner and the way has come by means of angel funding of over $160,000, or Rs. 1 crore (almost). This portal was launched in May 2014 by its founder Sahil Chalana and soon it caught eyes of many investors. This particular funding of over 1 crore has come from Gaadi.com, an automobile portal, and some unnamed investors.

The unique portal CollegeDunia aims to provide end to end information about any college of India. It is in fact a search engine for colleges of India where currently it lists over 800 colleges and 1500 courses all across India. It plans to cover all colleges and courses along with all information and relation between the two. For instance a college listing details about its history, courses, fee, location, admission criteria, facilities etc.

It Is All Offers Details From FlipKart And All Other Online Stores On Zoutons

Zoutons is a single place online that provides you best of the offers, category wise or store wise for almost all major online stores. For example if you have to check about what all is being offered by one of the top online stores Flipkart, you just need to go to the official Flipkart website and check about it. 

Imagine that the same exercise you have to do for 10 more online stores. The most feasible and quick solution that comes to mind is to go to each of the store's official website one by one and find out about each, then analyze by spending some extra amount of time and energy to zero down to a particular story for a particular purchase. And even after completing this hectic exercise and making your purchase, you will keep doubting if the research was complete and analysis was fruitful in real effective manner.

To avoid all these hassles, confusions and save your time and energies; along with a commitment of providing accurate, complete and useful information on a single portal, about almost all online stores, Zoutons is there. So to check all Flipkart offers, you just need to visit the Flipkart page on this portal to get all relevant details. 

To Know All About Top Management Schools In India: CollegeDunia

Getting right information about management schools is not difficult, but only when you want some amount of information about a particular school. When it comes to get a useful information, for all management schools of India, at one location, along with the courses offered, fee, duration, rating and lot more, there is one perfect place for the same and that is CollegeDunia. The site is not only for providing complete information on management schools, but all other streams like Engineering, Medical, Arts, Science, Commerce, Law etc.

In addition to the above there are two more very useful tabs on this portal. One is about all the forthcoming exams related to all above streams mentioned. The exam details include all information about registration dates, fee, examination day(s), exam valid for what all institutes etc. Another useful section is News where you get all latest 'what is happening in the area of education'.

When it comes to a particular stream, say Management Schools in India it provides you complete list of all sort of management schools all across India. For instance, as of now, there are 762 schools listed on this page. But this information is not static and keeps getting updated on a regular basis. IIM Ahmedabad is among the top of the list.

Monday, July 21, 2014

Picturesque Super Seven By Ishant Sharma At Lords: India Vs England: Test 2: India Won by 95 Runs

Player of the match - Ishant Sharma (India)


Ishant Sharma had a super bowling in the second innings of England's batting at the Mecca of Cricket - Lords. England was given a target of 319 runs to win. His first victim was Ian Bell who was clean bowled at his individual score of 1 staying only for 4 balls. Team Score: 71-3. Over: 30th.

Courtesy: Dailymail.co.uk

His second victim was Alistair Cook caught by Captain & Wicket Keeper M S Dhoni on his individual score of 22 made of 93 balls with 2 fours. Team's score: 72-4, Over: 32nd


Next to be grabbed by Ishant was Moeen Ali who got out at his individual score of 39 made of 147 balls with 5 fours. He was caught by Cheteshwar Pujara. Team Score: 173-5, Over: 76th


Ishant's 4th wicket was Matt Prior who was caught by Murali Vijay on his score of 12 made in 11 balls with 2 fours. Team Score: 198-6, Over: 80th.

Ben Stokes was the 5th victim of the innings who got caught out by Pujara without opening his account. Team Score: 201-7; Over: 82nd.


Within a gap of 3 balls in the same over Joe Root, who was well settled and was playing at 66 made in 146 balls with 7 fours, got caught out by Binny. Team Score: 201-8, Over: 82nd. This was Ishant's 6th pick of the innings.


The last victim of Ishant Sharma was Stuart Broad. Enough damage had been done by now and India's victory was just 2 wickets far. Broad was caught behind the wickets by Dhoni. He made 8 runs of 14 balls with 1 four. Team Score: 216-9. Over: 86th. 


Sunday, April 06, 2014

T20 World Cup: 10 Ball Ki Keemat Tum Kya Jaano Yuvraj Babu: Another Blunder From Dhoni To Surrender Against SL

The finals between Sri Lanka and India of T20 World Cup played at Mirpur, Dhaka, Bangladesh,  never seemed to be a serious attempt from Indian side. Yuvraj should not have experimented in finals looking at his consistently failing innings and more so the confidence with which he is playing these days. Even if he was taken the next blunder that Dhoni did was to send Yuvraj at second down after Rohit Sharma departed in the 11th over. From 11th to 19th over, as long as Yuvraj was there at crease with Virat Kohli, it was the most devastating spell of runs scored by Indian batsmen.

Yuvraj was clearly failing to play against Sri Lankan bowlers. out of 21 balls almost 10 balls were wasted by him by either trying to hook the ball and failing or defending himself as if a test match was being played. Instead he should have performed a solider's attempt to go for a suicidal shot as early as possible to get out of the fear he was having on the field.

The onus in any case goes to Dhoni for showing over confidence on Yuvraj and sending him on 2 down. Instead he should have sent Raina, Ashwin and Jadeja before Yuvraj and himself. Probably the score would have been a little respectable and at a level to provide a little bit of confidence to the Indian bowlers.