Thursday, March 06, 2008

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Indians emerging in the biggest wealth creator list

Forbes has published a list of biggest wealth creator list on thrusday. American investor Warren Buffet has overtaken Microsoft head Bill gates to become the biggest wealth creator. Mexican tycoon Carlos Slim is after him in the list.
4 Indian's have made their position in the top 10 wealth creators including Anil Ambani in the lead. Anil Ambani is biggest wealth creator according to forbes.Steel tycoon Lakshmi Mittal, Mukesh Ambani and K P singh is other three Indians who made place in the top 10.
The world's Billionaires list has now 1,125 people now which was only 179 last year. And they combines total wealth of $4.4 trillion.Buffet topped the list with networth of $62 billion. Carlos Slim and Bill Gates follow him with $60 billion and $58 billion respectively. Lakshmi Mittal, Mukesh Ambani and Anil Ambani are in the list after them with networth or 45, 43, 42 respectively in billion.

Tuesday, March 04, 2008

India win 2nd final

India beats Australia by 9 runs to win the second final game of best-of-three CB tri-series finals by 2-0. Sachin Tendulkar shines agains to make wonderful 91 runs which made their score 258 for 9. In response Australia went all out for 249. Indian young bowler Praveen kumar who was also the man of the match, took 4 wickets which helped a lot for the Indians to make the win. Shreesanth and Irphan Pathan took two wickets each. Pathan took the winning wicket of James Hopes. The game was on trouble for Assuies after three dismissals including Gilchrist, Symond and Ponting but pair of Hussy and Hopes brought the game back.
Captain Dhoni batted including a six and couple of fours totaling 36 runs . Robin Uthappa made 30 runs and Yuvraj Singh collected 38 runs to help make a target of 258 runs.

Sunday, March 02, 2008

Tuberculosis in Nepal

According to a report published in Nepali Times almost half of the over 25 million population are infected with TB, leading some doctors to call this Nepal's 'national disease'. Infected people carry the bacilllus, but don't have the symptoms. However, they can pass it on to other people.
Of these, up to 90,000 people have active TB and there are 44000 new cases of the disease every year. But Nepal is also one of the success stories in using DOTS to reduce TB nortality. The number of people dying from TB has plummeted from 18,000 in 1994 to 11,000 today.

But multi-drug resistance is also growing. In 1999-2002, based on 755 patients with no history of previous treatment resistance was 5.4 percent for isoniazid, 8.9 percent to streptomycin and multi-drug resistance TB was 1.9 percent. These figures are estimated to have gone up in recent years.

Saturday, March 01, 2008

Refurbished product to get better deal

When a product is sold, that returns sometimes because that is damaged or by any other problem. It might be sometimes because of customer return. Several brands offers certain day return policy so customer will return the product being unsatisfied by the performance of the product, not physical condition. And Sometimes the item can be damaged while shipping. And sometimes its supposed to be refurbished product in the case of overstock. And they are then repaired if damage and sold fore less price. Thats how you can save money from it. Do not always bargain in the stores, check for refurbished products, you might save a lot more from it. You can either buy directly buy from the stores otherwise from retailers.

For example Secondact sells refurbished HDTVs of several brands. You can find any brand of HDTV from sony, samsung to sharp and philips. You can navigate the store by price, size or brand. Deal of the day, New arrivals sections etc helps you to find whats hot. If you're looking for HDTV's on better deal then Secondact can be a great place to buy refurbished HDTVs.