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The Hidden Truth About Swine Flu H1N1

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Its an unedited exact copy of the email received, The hidden truth about Swine Flu in India.

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1) Swine flue is the disease originated in Mexico Latin America where
large amount of pork is consumed.The disease is also present in USA
, Canada etc. where pork is consumed. You are quite aware that pork
is not at all popular in Pune.

2) Till date only 136 people are dead all over the world due to Swine
flue within last one and half year.

3) The swine flue virus thrives in the atmosphere below temp. of 27
degree Celsius and please note that the temp. is 33 degree Celsius in
Pune .

4)The most of the people died in Pune recently were having various
other ailments and the real cause of the death is not swine flue.
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Denial Of Service attacks On Twitter

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Denial Of Service.

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You might be too new to this, but many of this type of attacks are becoming common and the most common target for this is Twitter. So what actually is this attack? In simple terms we can say that making false service requests just to de stabilize the system. For example we are using the help line to get help and when we do that constantly without any need of a help we create trouble and would block another user who is in really need of the service.

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Budget 2009-10 On July 06

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The new UPA government is bringing its first budget of the Govt tomorrow. Needless to say that the economic situation is tough in here. Many experts believe that the budget is mainly focused on structural reform that will boost growth. The main focus is expected to boost the agriculture, infrastructure and telecom sectors. India’s fiscal deficit has grown sharply with the stimulus packages that were announced pre election to boost the economy. The defence budget has also seen  increased spending on the wake of the terror attacks.
The fiscal deficit is estimated to be grown to 6.2% of GDP for the year ended March 2009 which made it double the governments target of 2.5% which makes it the highest in two decades. The Govt is clear on the stands that India will achieve 7% growth and it is also aware of the dangers that   rise in the fiscal deficit would cause. Anyway its just one way head for the day the whole of India and the investors over the world are watching to see the Budget 2009-10.

The new UPA government is bringing its first budget of the Govt tomorrow. Needless to say that the economic situation is tough in here. Many experts believe that the budget is mainly focused on structural reform that will boost growth. The main focus is expected to boost the agriculture, infrastructure and telecom sectors. India’s fiscal deficit has grown sharply with the stimulus packages that were announced pre election to boost the economy. The defence budget has also seen  increased spending on the wake of the terror attacks.

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Budget 2010 – No Tax Cuts

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The Finance Ministry has warned the industries not to expect any major sops in the coming budget that is to be presented by the new government due to the economic pressure that is present globally. The finance ministry officials also conveyed the govt’s disappointment to the industry for not passing the benefit of the service tax cuts and excise cuts to the consumers. 

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What is Micro Finance

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In India Micro finance seems to be the buzz in the streets of the Mutual fund industry. The industry is not grown like what is found to be in the other developed countries. Keeping in mind with the vast untapped market of India Mutual fund companies are getting with new plans which would range from Rs.10 to 300 per day. The target of the micro finance is for the rural and semi urban area households with low income. To tap the market major fund houses like UTIMF and SBIMF have been associated with many NGO’s and other micro credit institutions locally. The first one to get into the micro financing market was Bharati AXA with their Bharati AXA Equity Fund by the last of September which was with a minimum investment of Rs.300.  

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