Web Hosting is the process of creating our own website and making it accessible through the WWW. Now days each and every one have started creating their own websites. It is because of free hosting that many of the companies provide. Web host are the companies that provide us space on the server. Some provide this service for free and others may charge a bit for hosting.... Web hosting itself can be divided into number of categories....They can be managed hosting, free hosting, virtual hosting, business hosting, application specific hosting, free hosting, dedicated hosting and many more... We must choose a hosting company based on the features we need... We can choose a web host based on the platform they provide(such as LAMP or any other combination of the software and database they provide) or the space allotted by them and of course on the cost basis also... Web hosting also comes with Content management System which help us to a great extent.. So while choosing a web host take a look at the available features and then decide....
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(I have edited the google map.. The green color arrow is the place where you have to take bus for sai ram engineering college)
I am writing this post since when i tried to figure out the bus to Sri Sai Ram Engineering College to attend CBT by aspiring minds for HCL but I cannot find the MTC buses... I think most of you might have been at the same stage... I took direct bus from Tambaram to Sai Ram Engineering College, Chennai. The bus number was M18H and M18S. Get down at Tambaram Station. Go through the Subway and reach the next side and walk left some distance then you will find the bus... The frequency of buses are low. So start earlier...As far as I know buses are available at 6.10am and 7.10am(It will be useful if you are scheduled for morning 8am exam) If you take auto they will ask for minimum of Rs 150... While going in bus you will cross Kiskinta Theme Park.. From there you can reach the Sai Ram College Bus stop in nearly 7minutes.. From there you have to walk about 0.7km to get into the college... For Questions asked in Aspiring Minds visit Aspiring Minds Sample Paper
Saturday, February 13, 2010
Posted in paypal issues
The online payment gateway Paypal had fallen into some issues. The people having accounts in Paypal are facing two issues from January 26. The first one is the reversal of payment and the next one is withdrawal of money from paypal to their bank account. There is definitely some problem with the Paypal NEFT Interface with RBI. Some of the commonly asked questions are
Why did they suspend local bank transfers and personal payments to and from India?
They temporarily suspended these services to respond to enquiries from the Indian regulators, specifically questions on whether personal payments constitute remittances into India.
The PayPal reversal has left me with a negative balance. What shall I do?
If you bought something or transferred money out of your PayPal account to your bank account before we reversed the payment then you may be left with a negative balance. If this was a payment for a purchase of goods or services, you should contact the sender and have him or her resend the payment as follows:
(a) click the Send Money tab, and
(b) select “purchase.”
If this was a personal payment, then the sender will need to find another payment method until we restore the service. We’re sorry about this.
If you can’t recover the funds from the sender, you can bring your PayPal balance current by logging in to the PayPal account and clicking the “Resolve Negative Balance” link on the Account Overview page.
I too got into the problem of reversal of payment. But it was solved after 2days....
Thursday, February 11, 2010
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Wednesday, February 3, 2010