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How I cleared SSB and you can too! – Tips & Guidelines (Must read)

how_toclear_ssb_sonusmacIts very hard to pin point the qualities or the reason because of which one clears the SSB. All credit goes to the wonderful process of SSB, which is designed by the DRDO scientists. If you have it in you then its very easy, but if you don’t have it in you – then you have to be smart enough to prove otherwise.. :P

I have tried my best to bring out most of the things which must be kept in mind by a candidate.
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My SSB Experience @ 14 SBB Allahabad NCC Entry – Recommended!

Hello friends before jumping on to the main story, First I would like to introduce myself.. I am Sonu Singh, from Bangalore. I have completed my B.com from Kristu Jayanti College in 2012 and currently pursuing C.A.. I like reading books mainly love fictions, fantasy, philosophy and all other good books available on earth. I love graphic designing and blogging.

I am very happy to share my SSB experience in depth with all of the willing to be GC’s and LC’s. For sure this is going to help someone or the other and that is the main motive behind writing this. Continue reading

My brother – Capt.Vikram Batra (PVC)!

It’s been ten years. A lot has changed. And a lot has remained the same. I have much more grey in my hair. Vikram is as youthful as ever. Time cannot touch him…

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Vishal Batra – Brother of Capt Vikram Batra (PVC)!

When I talk about Luv, I don’t know where to begin. Capt. Vikram Batra PVC (posthumous) is Luv, and I, his younger twin, Kush. His identical twin. Ours was a childhood spent in the hills of Palampur making the most of our identical looks—playing pranks, filling in for each other and at times even getting punished for one another’s mistakes. The similarity ran deeper than looks. We also had the same interests. Both of us started playing table tennis at the age of ten. It’s another story that Vikram went on to become the school champion for five consecutive years. But I’d like to believe that I had a big hand in that. After all, I chose to lose to him in the semi-finals in the fifth year so that he could make the school record. But deep in my heart, I know that my brother—Shershah of Kargil—was a winner right from the start. Continue reading

Smile: Our New Emoticons Have Arrived!

Originally posted on WordPress.com News:

Fan of smileys? :) We are. That’s why we just redesigned them to be cleaner, simpler, bigger, more expressive, and modern.

;) :D

These new smileys are actually vector graphics, so they’ll stay crisp if you zoom in on your page. They’ll also stay sharp on high-resolution mobile displays.

8-) :star:

To find out how to use an emoticon appearing in this post, just hover over it and you’ll see which characters produce it. We’re working on expanding our collection, so stay tuned for more smiley fun.

XD >:D :( :’( :| :/ :o :P >:( O_o ^^’ <3

If you’re not a fan of smileys, that’s okay! You can always turn them off and on in your dasbhoard under Settings  Writing. We hope you’ll have fun with these. Smile!

Bonus: We also created a few secret emoticons for you to discover. Good luck finding them! ;)

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Ask not what your country did for you…

ask_not_what_your_country“Ask not what your country did for you; ask what you did for your country” is an oft quoted saying. In fact the quote has been so overused, that one speculates whether its users realize its meaning and significance. With Independence Day round the corner, it becomes more pertinent to dwell and ponder on the significance of these lines. I have always believed that being patriotic to the country is not a very hard thing to do. Yet it means realising our collective responsibilities as citizens and fulfilling our duties effectively. Continue reading

Arctic sea – VANISHING?

Arctic sea could soon become history, warn scientists. UK scientists combine results from Cryosat, which uses a radar to measure ice thickness, with data from Nasa’s IceSat, which uses lasers.Arctic ice melting

What scientists say?
Sea ice in the Arctic is disappearing at a far greater rate than previously expected, according to data from the first purpose-built satellite launched to study the thickness of the Earth’s polar caps, the ‘Guardian’ reported. Continue reading