Its a start up initiated by Mayank Sharma from Bangalore. It uses SMSgupshup service to post and send the tweets and replies resp for free from a cell with no internet option.
Wired phones were the first breakthrough in reducing the distance barrier, as man began to explore he started moving far distances and had to stay in tough. Mobile helped man achieve this. It helped man become mobile. As he still evolved, he invented a new concept called Twitter. Initially he was happy to tweet sitting in front of computer. Soon he realized that he wanted to tweet being mobile and Voila !! he found out a new service called SMSTweet.in
Having personally used it for past few weeks after the SMS war had started between the service providers, it turned out to be an amazing concept and that too a free service. Its a start up initiated by Mayank Sharma from Bangalore. This application uses SMSGupShup’s platform to receive and respond to users SMSes and Google App-Engine as the server to run. With Mobile operators introducing free SMSs, its a boon for the tweetfreaks to use this service more than ever before.
You can register for this service in two ways i.e,.. OAuth or via sms .
1. Click on the ‘Sign in with twitter’ button on the front page of smstweet and click yes to allow this app to access your tweeter account details.
2. Just send an sms ‘REGISTER <twitter username> <twitter password>’to 09220092200 (Mumbai) or 09243000111(Bangalore). Once the confirmation is recieved you can start tweeting.
In order to tweet after the registration, Just send ‘TWT <your message>’ to 09220092200(Mumbai) or09243000111(Bangalore). You will get a reply which the latest reply message received by you.
The commonness among the humans and monkeys are well documented. In this rare encounter a monkey which had been alone and out of its herds for couple of weeks was desperate to live life & socialize its own ways
The commonness among the humans and monkeys are well documented. In this rare encounter a monkey which had been alone and out of its herds for couple of weeks was desperate to live life & socialize its own ways. So having got an opportunity to communicate with a human who is calm, it gorges on him before its senses takes over it and makes it to behave as it would have with another of its species. It quietly finishes its job till its satisfied and moves on.
The human in the video is none other than myself and the monkey was a special guest to our college who stayed for couple of weeks feeding on the delicacies of the college canteen and enjoying himself playing the dogs (pulling its tail) and with his human counterparts .
The Princely state of Mysore had developed an airstrip on the outskirts of Mysore by 1940, providing for landing of small aircraft. However, with the city being reckoned as the second fastest growing city in the State, the need for a modernised airport, providing inter-state connectivity is increasingly being felt.
CREDITS : Krishna Vattam, Deccan Herald
The Princely state of Mysore had developed an airstrip on the outskirts of Mysore by 1940, providing for landing of small aircraft. However, with the city being reckoned as the second fastest growing city in the State, the need for a modernized airport, providing inter-state connectivity is increasingly being felt.
Back in the Sixties and Seventies, no civic address presented to visiting Indian prime ministers, presidents or Union ministers by the City Municipal Council was complete without a request to the Centre to upgrade the airstrip. The then tourism and civil aviation minister Raj Bahadur, who participated in the Dasara celebrations in 1976, opined that Indian Airlines could run small aircraft. He also held out a promise to discuss with the State government the possibility of having a subsidiary agency to the Indian Airlines to operate aircraft from Mysore. However, the State government’s emphasis was more on interconnectivity of tourist centres within the State and had proposed the development of airstrips in Hassan, Bijapur and Ginigeri (near Hampi).
The princely state of Mysore had developed an airstrip on a 290-acre plot at Mandakalli village, about eight kms from the city on Mysore-Ooty highway, way back in 1940. But, there were no scheduled services and Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru and later Ms Indira Gandhi were among the dignitaries who had used this air strip for landing. Small aircraft like Dorriers could land too. The Civil Aviation Department took over the management of the airstrip from the State government in 1950. In 1985, Vayudoot services were introduced between Mysore and Bangalore with three flights a week. However, the services were discontinued soon for various reasons, including misgivings abut its economic viability. The Airlines opened its online offices in Mysore and appointed authorised agents for issuing tickets to Bangalore and other centres.
In the last two and a half decades, Mysore has transformed itself beyond recognition. It has shed its pensioners’ paradise and sleepy city image. More importantly, during the last two decades there has been a phenomenal upward trend in the income levels of some sections of society, and they have been increasingly patronising air traffic.
The Karnataka government and the Airport Authority of India (AAI) signed an MoU on Oct 7, 2005, in what was seen as a Dasara gift to the people of Mysore, to upgrade the airstrip, so as to operate in the first phase 50 to 60 seater ATR 42 type aircraft. Later plans were made to handle operations of Boeing 737 and A 320 aircraft. However, there were some modifications in the project report and two run ways, instead of one, were planned and more land was sought to be acquired and a total of 174 acres has been allotted. With the first phase of the project having been completed at a cost of Rs 60 crore, the modernised airport is now functional. During Dasara, the Karnataka State Tourism Development Corporation commissioned chartered flights from Bangalore bringing tourists on package trips to Mysore. Another private airliner also operated flights during Dasara.
For time being, Mysoreans need to be content with mere chartered flights and have to wait for commercial operations to commence.