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How to import?
1. Go to your Facebook page (or create a new one here)
2. Click on the Notes tab in the top left hand corner (you may have to click on the plus sign to display it)
3. Select ‘Write a new note’
4. Once you’re in this window, you can access the Notes settings.
5. On the right-hand side of the Notes area, you can choose to import a blog.
6. Copy and paste the location of your blog’s RSS feed.
7. The page will then import your blog. After you have posted to your blog, the post will show up a little later in your Facebook page.
Why import a feed in to Facebook fan page?
If you are creating a Facebook page to promote your blog, importing the blog to the page means that all your blog posts will automatically appear on your Facebook page.
No reference to pakistan in obama’s speach…
Still Well Come to India Mr.Obama…

Created 50k jobs for american…nt 4 indian…

Still Well Come to India Mr.Obama…


9/11 and 26/11 is same…then why diff. In providing info. abt terroriest…?

Forget it..Still Well Come to India Mr.Obama…

No help to indian IT company…

Still Well Come to India Mr.Obama…


American sequrity agen. Insulted indian ppl…

Still Well Come to India Mr.Obama…



No information about David headley….


Still Well Come to India Mr.Obama…


EDUCATION /Qualification:

1950: Stood first in BA (Hons), Economics, Punjab University, Chandigarh,

1952; Stood first in MA (Economics), Punjab University, Chandigarh,

1954; Wright’s Prize for distinguished performance at St John’s College,Cambridge,

1955 and 1957; Wrenbury scholar, University of Cambridge,

1957; DPhil (Oxford), DLitt (Honoris Causa); PhD thesis on India’s export

Competitiveness


OCCUPATION /Teaching Experience:

Professor (Senior lecturer, Economics, 1957-59;

Reader, Economics,

1959-63;

Professor, Economics, Punjab University, Chandigarh, 1963-65; Professor,

International Trade, Delhi School of Economics , University of Delhi ,

1969-71; Honorary professor, Jawaharlal Nehru University,New Delhi,

1976 and Delhi School of Economics, University of Delhi,1996 and Civil Servant


Working Experience/ POSITIONS:

1971-72: Economic advisor, ministry of foreign trade

1972-76: Chief economic advisor, ministry of finance

1976-80: Director, Reserve Bank of India; Director, Industrial Development Bank of India;

Alternate governor for India, Board of governors, Asian Development Bank;

Alternate governor for India, Board of governors, IBRD

November 1976 – April 1980: Secretary, ministry of finance (Department of economic affairs);

Member, finance, Atomic Energy Commission; Member,finance, Space Commission

April 1980 – September 15, 1982: Member-secretary, Planning Commission

1980-83: Chairman, India Committee of the Indo-Japan joint study committee

September 16, 1982 – January 14, 1985: Governor, Reserve Bank of India.

1982-85: Alternate Governor for India, Board of governors, International Monetary Fund

1983-84: Member, economic advisory council to the Prime Minister

1985: President, Indian Economic Association

January 15, 1985 – July 31, 1987: Deputy Chairman, Planning Commission

August 1, 1987 – November 10, 1990: Secretary-general and commissioner, south commission, Geneva

December 10, 1990 – March 14, 1991: Advisor to the Prime Minister on economic affairs

March 15, 1991 – June 20, 1991: Chairman, UGC

June 21, 1991 – May 15, 1996: Union finance minister

October 1991: Elected to Rajya Sabha from Assam on Congress ticket

June 1995: Re-elected to Rajya Sabha

Ain


1996 onwards: Member, Consultative Committee for the ministry of finance

August 1, 1996 – December 4, 1997: Chairman, Parliamentary standing committee on commerce

March 21, 1998 onwards: Leader of the Opposition, Rajya Sabha

June 5, 1998 onwards: Member, committee on finance

August 13, 1998 onwards: Member, committee on rules

Aug 1998-2001: Member, committee of privileges 2000 onwards: Member, executive committee, Indian parliamentary group

June 2001: Re-elected to Rajya Sabha


Aug 2001 onwards: Member, general purposes committee

BOOKS:

India ‘S Export Trends and Prospects for Self-Sustained Growth -Clarendon

Press, Oxford University, 1964; also published a large number of

Articles in various economic journals.

OTHER ACCOMPLISHMENTS:

Adam Smith Prize, University of Cambridge , 1956

Padma Vibhushan, 1987

Euro money Award, Finance Minister of the Year, 1993;

Asia money Award, Finance Minister of the Year for Asia, 1993 and

1994

INTERNATIONAL ASSIGNMENTS:

1966: Economic Affairs Officer

1966-69: Chief, financing for trade section,

UNCTAD

1972-74: Deputy for India in IMF Committee of Twenty on International Monetary Reform

1977-79: Indian delegation to Aid-India Consortium Meetings

1980-82: Indo-Soviet joint planning group meeting

1982: Indo-Soviet monitoring group meeting

1993: Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting Cyprus 1993: Human Rights World Conference, Vienna


RECREATION:

Gymkhana Club, New Delhi; Life Member, India International Centre, New Delhi

Name: Dr Manmohan Singh

DOB: September 26, 1932


Place of Birth: Gah (West Punjab)

Father: S. Gurmukh Singh

Mother: Mrs Amrit Kaur

Married on: September 14, 1958

Wife: Mrs Gursharan Kaur

Children: Three daughters

Our(India’s) Prime Minister is possibly the most qualified PM all over the world.



There are many creative ways job seekers gain attention from recruiters and hiring managers on Twitter.  We’ve seen seekers create catchy Twitter handles that clearly state their job search intentions.  We’ve also seen folks with extremely nifty Twitter backgrounds that get the point across well.  Another popular route is joining Twitter chats like #JobHuntChat to engage with the hiring community.  All of these are great, but until last night, I haven’t seen anyone find a way to use Twitter lists creatively.
Last night after #JobHuntChat, I checked the lists that @CornOnTheJob was recently added onto.  I smiled as I caught notice of a new list from @oliviaccheung that featured me and some others.  The list name is hire-me. So simple, yet so effective.
 

Olivia’s list description is good, but it may need some work.   “I need a job”, it says.  I’ll add in my recommendations towards the bottom.
Olivia then added several recruiters and bloggers that she’s found helpful.  Then being that she’s from San Francisco, she tossed some SF career resources on there as well.  I have some improvements for this section as well, which I’ll talk about shortly.
Kudos to Olivia for the brilliant idea, but I do have some thoughts for her and others thinking of doing something similar.
  • Be Specific – Don’t just say, “I need a job”, in their description.  State exactly what you want.  ”I need a job in Accounting in San Francisco”, would be perfect
  • Create a Big List – A big list will grab the attention of many.  Right now Olivia’s list just has 7 Twitter handles attached to it.  Scope out tons of recruiters in the San Francisco area that can be helpful to you.  Then target career bloggers and career coach’s that may or may not be in your geographic location.  Lastly, find the Twitter handle for the Careers/Recruiters of companies you want to work for.  An example would be @vickysadhu – Their recruiters definitely pay attention to that handle.
  • Connect/Engage – This is the most important piece.  This is your money maker.  Shout out to the folks you’ve added.  Make sure they know you’ve added them, and see if they engage back with you.  Maybe they’ll take notice and do this on their own, but maybe not.  Start the conversation and let the sparks fly!


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  • Creators Larry Page and Sergey Brin met while at Stanford University and collaborated on a web search engine called “BackRub.” Over time, the engine became too large for the university’s servers and the pair decided it was time for a name change. They eventually came up with the name “Google,” which was based on the word “googol” – a mathematical term for the number 1 followed by 100 zeros! They believed this word encapsulated their goal of organizing the limitless amounts of information stored across the World Wide Web.

    Here’s a timeline detailing the history of Google.
    by OMG-facts.com

     

    Twitter is a game changer for new blogs.  By far, it is the easiest and cheapest way to get readers to your blog.Today, Twitter is my #1 source of traffic.  It’s targeted and my readers are engaged, sassy, and extremely responsive.

    Here’s a peek at some lesson’s I learned the hard way:
    • Don’t just RT: Tell your followers why you found a link useful.  Add a little commentary to help your followers decide if they want to click through. You’ll find that more of your followers will follow your links and spread them if they find value.
    • Give (much) More than you Receive: Frankly, I try to make tweeting my own links a rare occasion.  It’s difficult but the more I help and promote others the better I do.  Chris Brogan’s 12:1 equation – tweet 12 others for every one your tweets works for me.  Experiment with the ratio to find the right balance for yourself.  By the way, this forces you to look at other people’s work and not just your own – that’s a very good thing.
    • Keep it Short: I try to keep my tweets below 100 characters to leave ample room for retweets.  It’s a simple change that has drastically increased sharing of my tweets.
    • Respond to Mentions: Mentions are Twitter’s equivalent of comments.  Taking the time to answer and reply to mentions are a great way to get your followers engaged and retweeting.
    • Personally Welcome New Followers: Twitter users are bombarded by spam bots.  These bots auto-follow anyone that use certain keywords in their tweets or profiles.  This means that most people are wary of mentioning or retweeting another person until they confirm they are real.  Help them out by sending them a personal follow-up using info that shows you actually read their profile. Here’s mine. This is nice touch and very effective.
    Feel free to modify and tweak these techniques to suit your personality, schedule and goals.  Give me a shout in the comments below to let me know how you plan to use these to get your tweets noticed.
     

    Twitter Co-founders Biz Stone and Evan Williams shared the stage today in a rare joint appearance where they addressed criticism about Twitter’s usefulness in activism, its impact on news and its overarching vision for the future.
    The co-founders participated in a lively fireside chat moderated by Businessweek’s Brad Stone at a sold-out event for the Commonwealth Club in San Francisco. The conversation started with a discussion about whether Twitter has become mainstream. Evan started by asking what “going mainstream” exactly meant, but he did say that Twitter gains more new user signups every week than the entire population of his home state of Nebraska. That’s 1.8 million users per week.
    The conversation quickly moved into the rollout of the New Twitter. Both founders said that the reaction has been very positive. VP of Product Jason Goldman had been preparing the team for a backlash, but it simply never occurred. The goal of the new design, Biz Stone said, was to keep Twitter’s inherent simplicity intact while adding the richness and content people are linking to. Williams was the primary driver behind the new design.
    The meat of the conversation really began when Brad Stone brought up a recent opinion piece in The New Yorker by best-selling author Malcolm Gladwell. In it, Gladwell downplayed the power of social media in social activism, critiquing the notion that social networks can spur social movements. Supporting a cause on Facebook

    or Twitter involves neither a financial or personal risk, Gladwell wrote. Biz Stone responded to the criticism, stating that “some of it is right and some of it is wrong.” He agreed that tweeting doesn’t have the same impact as joining a physical protest where your life is at risk. However, he said it was “absurd” not to understand that Twitter and social media are complementary to that type of activism because of the ability to facilitate the fast exchange of information.

    Williams followed up by saying that Twitter’s use in Iran was likely overstated, but it was an early sign of “what is possible and what we’re trying to enable.” The web and electronic networks are now a central point for organization of this type of activism, now that communities don’t all congregate in one place, such as the church, anymore, Williams said.

     


     

    Twitter, Advertising and New CEOs

     


     

    Brad Stone asked the Twitter co-founders how they felt about the separation of advertising and editorial content. Evan Williams responded that Twitter clearly labels any tweets or trends that are advertisements. More importantly, he made clear that Twitter is a mix of advertising and non-advertising content. He cited brands such as Starbucks as examples of users voluntarily opting in for promotional tweets about a product. After all, Starbucks didn’t get more than 1 million followers without a lot of people expressing interest in its products.
    At one point, the Twitter founders were asked whether they thought the commercialization of the site was “bittersweet.” Biz Stone said he believed the company was succeeding in balancing advertising and commercial content with Twitter’s content quite well. “I want to ask you to name another platform where you can send a message to 5 million people for free,” he said. Yet if a company wanted to reach more people than their own followers, they had the opportunity to do so through Promoted Trends, Tweets or Accounts.
    Of course, no Twitter interview this quarter would be complete without a discussion about Evan Williams stepping down as CEO of Twitter. There are plenty of product-oriented CEOs, and Brad Stone asked the Twitter co-founders why Williams didn’t choose to go that route instead. Williams responded that he chose roles at Twitter based on where he would be the most useful, and in fact, he was in his fourth role at Twitter.
    Williams said he loved focusing on product the most, and he believed that the position of CEO of Twitter, due to its phenomenal growth, would require more attention on operational efficiency and personnel management than product strategy and direction, which excited Williams more than other factors.

     


     

    Twitter and a Billion Users

     


     

    Williams said the co-founders thought about Twitter in “broad strokes;” they were focused on helping people find out what’s happening in the world and becoming an indispensable service for spreading and consuming information woldwide.
    This led to another question: Do Twitter’s execs think the service could reach a billion users, something Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg famously claimed his company would reach after it surpassed the 500 million user mark. Williams affirmed his belief, saying, “Twitter will get to a billion members.” He quickly added it wouldn’t be the same billion individuals as Facebook, and he wouldn’t specify just how long it would take to reach that goal.
    His comments likely refer to his team’s belief that Facebook and Twitter are fundamentally different services with fundamentally different goals. Tonight’s conversation was entirely about Twitter as an information network, something that Twitter likes to emphasize anytime it’s compared to Facebook. In the eyes of Twitter’s cofounders, they’ve built a tool that has changed how we consume news and information for the better.

     

    Listening
    1. Where users are talking about you
    2. What users are saying about you and your brand
    3. Where users are talking about subjects that are important to your business
    4. What information users are looking for and how they hope to get the information they want.
    5. What articles, posts, and press mentions are being written about subjects, brands, and/or competitors that are important to you.
    Engage
    1. Increased link backs to your site (identified through Google Alerts).
    2. Click throughs to your specific profile page (another reason to have it) measured through your analytics tools.
    3. Improved Google search results (not guaranteed but likely depending on the level of engagement).
    4. Increased mentions of your brand or site on third party sites. This may be in responses to your comments, through others mentioning your comments, or through guest contributions on blogs.
    5. If you use a referring code that can be tracked through through your conversion process, you should be able to measure revenue as it relates to engagement.
    Articulate
    1. Increased referrals to your website from your blog or articles.
    2. Increase in “time on site” as users read blog articles.
    3. Increased blog search, web search, and mentions in Google Alerts.
    4. Increased comments on articles and greater engagement with reading audience.
    Demonstrate
    1. Increase in comments and engagement on your forum of choice (eg. GetSatisfaction.com)
    2. Increased follows on Facebook and Twitter (primarily).
    3. Increased engagement from existing fans including comments, photos, and videos from followers.
    4. Identify key evangelists of the business. This includes customers who love your service or business.
    At every stage there may be additional benefits or success factors that have not been described. Remember that as you continue to listen for mentions, you might find opportunities to connect with other media sources both locally and outside your region. For example, as you build your fan base and can show engagement with customers local media sources (newspapers, radio, television) will look to authorities in certain segments. Follow your media sources and comment on articles that apply to your business. These may range from comments on your region, business, industry and more. The important thing to remember is that if you demonstrate your expertise then media will default to those it perceives as experts.
    Follow

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