Mobile phone has been changed a lot from the way for just speaking and data exchange. It has enabled internet as well as movies and songs. In between that , the viruses which infects are highly concerned. Virus started spreads through SMS, MMS and Bluetooth.
First mobile virus came through mobile games. It works like – keep on on sending messages without knowing the user. Cabir alias Caribe is spread through Bluetooth, another virus named Ommwarrior also came to mobile , but it is came through MMS. We have to take highly precautions against these kind of dangers.
Some of them are
Apple shipped RavMonE.exe Virus on iPods
Caribe – Cabir
Total detection rates:
G DATA 99.8%
Common man to Big celebrities nowadays all started to twitting . After the US election usage of twitter is on a high level. Daytoday happenings , about work, outings all things come out from this micro blog. Some of the Celebrties and their twitter links are here.
Bollywood Celebrities with their Twitter account
Celebrities from other feilds are in twitter
Bara Imam Bara is the tallest building in Luknow. Asif masjid, Bhulbhulaiya and boli are the main scenes from this superstructure. This was built by Asaf-ud-daula (1775-1797) in 1783. The entrance to the hall opens eyecatching decorative lightings and night lamps. Weapeons also exhibited there.
Bhulbhulaiya constitutes many gates, Consciously designed by its architect Kifayatullah, the 164 feet long and 52 feet wide building is constructed in brick with high quality limestone. There are three way to each entrance. One is leads to right and others are wrong. If you entered through the wrong way then you have to go through remaining 488 hall for reach out. At the same time you entered the right one then there is no time need to reach out.
Another miracle in this building is Bolly, a water well. When you look inside from the top , it seems even a small movement of the hall will reflect the water. As per the position of the wall and well this would not happen. Kifayatullah the architect, he final resting also belongs to this hall.
In early ages most of the manuscripts are in palmleaf. In kerala now also using palm leaf for writing astrological description of person. Palm leaf manuscript was the standard type of book in the southern and eastern states of India. These manuscripts consisted of a series of leaves that were strung together and on which was written a text.
Making Palm leaf Manuscripts
Gathered from different trees, later sorted and closely matched, the leaf would be cut into long rectangular strips. Next, scribes would engrave the text in Sanskrit or the regional vernacular languages of the south into the stiff leaf using an etching tool. After etching, lampblack would be spread over the surface and then wiped away, leaving the etched areas-the text-colored black.
If the text intended to be illustrated, the scribe would leave spaces for the pictures, which would be subsequently etched in by the artist. After the lampblack was applied, a line drawing would result. Occasionally, additional colors would be painted onto the surface of the leaf, enlivening the picture. The use of mineral colors gave rise to the dominance of pure, unmixed primary colors (red, blue and yellow, with black, white and gold in the paintings). When all the leaves were prepared, a hole or holes were cut in the leaves and were strung together. A wooden cover, often painted, was added to protect the leaves, producing a finished manuscript. Commonly illustrated texts of this type included variants of the Hindu religious epics.
Today access to these palm leaf manuscripts to an average person is either by visiting oriental libraries or government museums. Even here access to these manuscripts is restricted to only viewing and you cannot touch or hold them.