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« Reply #20 on: October 29, 2007, 06:47:59 PM »
Floriculture boosts employment in Uttarakhand

Dehradun, Sept 23 : The lives of hundreds of villagers in Uttarakhand are fast improving with the growing demand of flowers across the globe.

More and more farmers are giving up traditional farming for floriculture in the State.

Traditional farming occupied 150 hectare of land for farming of cauliflowers, potatoes, whereas the area has now increased to 620 hectares for flower cultivation.

Floriculture is a totally skill based farming. From sowing the seeds to packaging, everything is done by the farmers, which brings down their production costs.

With little effort and less investment, the farmers are reaping rich dividends for their exotic produce.

"Vegetable farming requires a lot of hard work and even if we grow it in large amounts there are not enough benefits for us. If we grow cauliflowers worth 10,000 rupees and we grow flowers on the same area, flowers will earn us double the amount up to 20,000 rupees. There is more profit in floriculture so we prefer to take it up than traditional farming," said Raghuvir Singh, a farmer.

The farmers produce exquisite commercial varieties of flowers like carnation, lily, chrysanthemum, gladiolus, gerbera and Indian red roses that are in high demand in domestic as well as in European markets.

The high altitude, cold winds and moist soil in the region make it ideal for floriculture, which need low temperatures to bloom.

In fact, such good is the produce that Uttarakhand has now emerged as the largest producer of gerbera in the entire region of northern India.

The farmers are earning around Rs. 70.5 million annually by just gerbera alone.

"Flower cultivation is very profitable. We get approximately five to six rupees for a single cut flower. There is less investment in it and it reaps great profit, so more and more people are taking it up," said Devi Ram, another farmer.

Floriculture involves a great deal of farming acumen and the State Government is extending full support to these farmers.

The government provides the farmers with good quality seeds apart from the necessary technical know-how.

"We provide all possible help to the farmers by supplying them with good quality seeds and extending all the necessary technical support. Apart from the help that they get from the National Gardening Board, the State Government also provides equal help to them," said U K Singh, Secretary, Horticulture Department, Uttarakhand.

Indian exports make for a little over half-a-per cent of the 80 billion dollar international flower trade.

India is a small player in the 40 billion dollar global cut flower industry, dominated by Holland, France, Italy, South Africa and Thailand.

--- ANI

this news can be read here
http://www.newkerala.com/oct.php?action=fullnews&id=4463

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« Reply #21 on: November 01, 2007, 09:32:21 AM »
Hopping his way to success

Statesman News Service
BHOPAL, Oct 31: Mr Siddhnath Verma was born with no arms and only one leg. But the disabilities could not make even a small dent on his immense courage and will power.
On the award distribution ceremony on Teacher’s Day this year at Rashtrapati Bhawan, Mr Verma hopped up to the President on the stage to receive his award much to the admiration of those present there.
“Being armless, I can’t use crutches. And I don’t like taking the help of others in moving,” said Mr Verma, a 43-year-old English teacher with Shajapur Government School.
Mr Verma was born in the family of a barber in Shajapur, a district in southwest Madhya Pradesh. His father could hardly make both the ends meet; so as a child he had to face two challenges ~ physical disabilities and poverty.
When toddlers learn to walk, Mr Verma learnt to hop. But slowly, taking up challenges became a trait Mr Verma. Seeing him, one can say that disabilities at times can be a boon.
Had he been physically fit, he would have followed his father’s footsteps. But as he was not able to do so, he started reading. He started writing with his leg and once he was in school, there was no looking back for him.
He kept on getting one degree after the other. Today, Mr Verma can boast of degrees in M Com, LLB and B Ed.
“Perhaps God always gives you something in return for what he takes from you. May be my functional leg has more powers,” said Mr Verma.
With every challenge his determination kept on growing. “I was to take an examination once and found I had been allotted a seat on the first floor. I had to hop to the first floor with great difficulty. Today I can climb stairs easily,” he said.
To qualify as a teacher, he started writing on the blackboard as well with his leg. “At the time of my appointment as a teacher, the authorities asked me to write on the blackboard with my leg. I satisfied them and got the job,” he said.
Mr Verma has also travelled up to Badrinath, a shrine in the Himalayas in the Uttarakhand. There, he dropped some coins in the donation box with his leg. The priest objected but Mr Verma told him his leg was his hand. “I told him I eat using my leg. The priest was moved,” said Mr Verma It is generally considered that students of government schools in smaller district are poor in English. “But his students are excellent in the language and we give credit to Mr Verma,” said his colleague Mr Rajesh Garg.
No doubt, Mr Verma received President’s Award this year on Teacher’s Day for his dedication.
Mr Verma has proved to be a source of inspiration not only for his students but for his wife and children as well. Mr Verma’s married Savita around 15 years back. “At that time I was illiterate but he inspired me study and I have cleared the board exams of class twelfth,” said Mrs Verma.
The couple’s three children are in school and very often surpass other students in exams.
Despite knowing his limitations well, Mr Verma never fails to help other physically-challenged persons. He received an award from the centre’s social justice and empowerment ministry in 1998 for his services to other physically challenged persons.

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« Reply #22 on: November 03, 2007, 02:56:08 PM »
THIRD PHASE OF UNIVERSAL TRAIN ENQUIRY TELEPHONE NO. 139 COMMISSIONED FOR SOUTH ZONE HUB

NOW SIXTEEN STATES & FIVE UTS COVERED WITH ‘RAIL SAMPARK’
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With the introduction of third phase of the high-tech train enquiry system called Integrated Train Enquiry System (ITES); ‘Rail Sampark’ of the common country-wide Telephone No. 139 in the southern parts of the country today, this significant passenger friendly initiative is now available for general public of sixteen states and five union territories.

In Chennai, the Minister of State for Railways, Shri R.Velu today inaugurated the third phase of ‘Rail Sampark’ Train Enquiry No. 139 for the South Zone Hub, which will cover Andhra Pradesh, Karnatka, Kerala, Tamil Nadu and Pondicherry. Earlier, the North Zone Hub covering Delhi & NCR, Punjab, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu & Kashmir, Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, Uttrakhand and Chandigarh was inaugurated in July 2007 while the West Zone Hub covering Maharasthra, Madhya Pradesh, Chhatisgarh, Gujarat, Goa, Daman & Diu, Dadar & Nagar Haveli was opened in September 2007. The final East Zone Hub will become operational later in this month.

Under this system, the MTNL and BSNL subscribers in the covered area may make a local call at telephone No. 139 (without requiring STD facility) to get basic enquiries pertaining to train journey like arrival/departure of train, status of availability of seats, train fare etc. Highly skilled and trained customer care executives have been deployed at this Call No. 139 to provide 24X7 Customer Care Services. This service will ultimately also be made available to all general public in the country who may subscribe to any telecom service provider irrespective of the type of telecom service (basic, mobile, WLL).

In addition to Hindi and English, enquiry services will also be available in regional languages. The work of implementation of Integrated Train Enquiry System (ITES) is based on public-private partnership (PPP model). Indian Railway Catering & Tourism Corporation (IRCTC), a PSU under Ministry of Railways along with another Railway PSU, Centre for Railway Information Systems (CRIS) are responsible for rolling out this project across the country. Execution of ITES in the country is being done by M/s Bharat BPO and BSNL

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« Reply #23 on: November 05, 2007, 12:58:07 PM »
For most long-distance passenger trains, the following system is now followed. A train number has 4 digits.

[3/00] The first digit indicates the region or zonal railway, as indicated below:

    0 is for Konkan Railway
    1 is for CR
    2 is for superfasts and Shatabdi trains regardless of zones.
    3 is for ER
    4 is for NR
    5 is shared by NER and NFR

    6 is for SR
    7 is for SCR
    8 is for SER
    9 is for WR

If the first digit is not '2', then the second digit indicates the division of the home shed or station that "owns" the rakes used for the train (the primary maintenance depot). This is usually in the same division as that of one of the end-points of the train's run, but sometimes it isn't. Usually, '0' for the second digit indicates the headquarters of the zone.

[3/00] A listing of the 2-digit prefixes and the corresponding home stations is given below. The "other" notation indicates the prefix is used for other home sheds in the zone that don't have their own prefixes. Prefixes not listed are not known to be in use.

    * Central Railway

          10 is for Bombay, also some Pune trains
          11 is for Jhansi
          12 is for Bhopal
          13 : ??
          14 is for Manmad / Nagpur
          15 : ??
          16 : ??

    * Eastern Railway

          30 is for Howrah
          31 is for Sealdah
          32 is for Danapur
          33 is for Dhanbad
          34 is for Malda

    * Northern Railway

          40 is for New Delhi
          41 is for Allahabad
          42 is for Lucknow
          43 is for Moradabad
          44 : other
          45 is for Ambala
          46 is for Firozpur
          47 is for Bikaner

          48 is for Jodhpur

    * North-Eastern and North-east Frontier Railways

          50 is for Lucknow (BG, NER)
          51 is for Varanasi (BG, NER)
          52 is for Sonepur / Samastipur (BG, NER)
          53 is for Izzatnagar / Lucknow (MG, NER)
          54 is for Varanasi (MG, NER)

          55 is for Samastipur (MG, NER)
          56 is for Lumding (BG, NFR)
          57 is for Katihar (BG/MG) / Alipurduar (BG) (NFR)
          58 is for Lumding / Alipurduar (MG, NFR)
          59 is for Tinsukia (NFR)

    * Southern Railway

          60 is for Chennai
          61 is for Chennai Egmore
          62 is for Mysore
          63 is for Thiruvananthapuram
          64 is not in use
          65 is for Bangalore
          66 is for Palghat

          67 is for Madurai
          68 is for Trichy

    * South-Central Railway

          70 is for Secunderabad
          71 : other
          72 is for Vijayawada
          73 is for Hubli (BG)
          74 is for Guntakal (BG)
          75 is for Hyderabad
          76 is for Kacheguda

          77 is for Guntakal (MG)
          78 is for Hubli (MG)

    * South-Eastern Railway

          80 is for Kharagpur
          81 is for Chakradharpur
          82 is for Bilaspur
          83 is for Sambalpur and others
          84 is for Khurda Road
          85 is for Waltair
          86 is for Adra

    * Western Railway

          90 is for Mumbai
          91 is for Vadodara
          92 is for Bhavnagar (BG)
          93 is for Ratlam
          94 is for Kota
          95 : other
          96 is for Ajmer
          97 is for Jaipur

          98 is for Bhavnagar (MG)
          99 is for Rajkot

 

If the first digit is '2', it indicates a train designated "superfast" or a Shatabdi Express; in this case, the second digit indicates the zonal railway, as shown below:

    20 is for Shatabdis on all zonal railways
    21 is for superfasts on CR
    23 is for superfast on ER
    24 is for superfast on NR
    25 is for superfast on NER and NFR

    26 is for superfast on SR
    27 is for superfast on SCR
    28 is for superfast on SER
    29 is for superfast on WR

These superfasts with numbers starting with a '2' are generally closely monitored by railway officials and the Railway Board to ensure punctuality and operational priority. Special trains run by various zonal railways at different times also usually fall in this category and have 3-digit numbers starting with '2'.

As mentioned above, the division that owns the rakes may not be one of the end-points of the train. E.g., the Tirupati-Mumbai Exp. has numbers 6353/6354 because the rakes come from Trivandrum, and are shared with the Nagercoil-Tirupati Exp. (6351/6352). The Shaheed Exp. between Delhi and Darbhanga is numberd 4649, but 46 is the Firozpur division and neither terminus for the train is in that division. A train between Jammu Tawi and Amritsar, both in the Ferozpur division of NR (45) has numbers 9113/9114, indicating the Vadodara division of WR! In all these cases the rakes are shared with other trains that do go through the referenced division. There are some other such anomalies.

In some rare cases, the division prefixes of the two trains of an up/down pair are differnet. E.g. Tirupati-Trichy Exp. which was 6799/6800 (67 - Madurai, 68 - Trichy). This could indicate the two divisions sharing in rake maintenance, or could just be anomalies in the system.

Sometimes two trains with the same name and same endpoints may have different numbers because they take different routes on different days of the week. E.g. 2303 Poorva Exp. : Howrah - Asansol - Patna - Mughal Serai - Allahabad - New Delhi (Mon - Tue - Fri - Sat); and 2381 Poorva Exp. : Howrah - Asansol - Gaya - Mughal Serai - Varanasi - Allahabad - New Delhi (Wed - Thu - Sun). [8/01].

Some non-mail, non-express, non-superfast trains also use this numbering scheme (e.g., some of the trains with the designation "fast passenger"). Commuter locals, some passenger services, etc. do not follow this scheme. These local trains and passenger services tend to use two or three-digit numbers, which may not be unique across zones.

Some trains that split or merge at various points, or which have sectional carriages ("slip coaches" as they are sometimes termed) might have additional suffixes ('A', 'B', etc.) in addition to the 4-digit numbers to distinguish among the different portions of the train. E.g., the 6635 down Netravati Exp. bifurcated at Shoranur (earlier at Palghat); 6635A was one half of it that went to Mangalore, while 6635B was the other half that went to Cochin.

The 4-digit system with a unique number (the 'universal number') for each train regardless of the zones that it operates in is a new one, adopted around 1989. Earlier, trains were numbered from '1' all the way up to 3-digit numbers within each zone. Numbers were thus not unique across zones, and a given train sometimes changed numbers on the same route as it crossed zonal or other boundaries. In many cases, the final digits of the new number correspond to the old number of the same train service.

Often the "down" train of a pair of trains between two destinations has the lower number (the odd number) and the "up" train has the higher number (the even number) but this is far from uniform. (See up/down note below.)

Holiday specials Usually, holiday specials have 3-digit numbers, where the first digit indicates the zonal railway that operates the train. (Note: This is true only for holiday specials; normal passenger trains that have 3-digit numbers do not follow this rule.) Fast trains among these, and trains that are given priority for various reasons, have a 3-digit number starting with '2'.

Konkan Railway trains often add a "KR" prefix to the long-distance train numbers, which may be shorter than 4 digits, and do not always use the leading "0" digit in the 4-digit versions. For example, KR 3 / KR 4 service is also given the numbers 1113/1114 (no leading 0's). Similarly, KR5 / KR6 is the Diwa-Savantwadi train, and KR7/KR8 is the Savantwadi-Madgaon train. Variations exist: 0111/0112 Konkan Kanya Exp. is also referred to as the KR1/KR2, or sometimes KR0111 / KR0112. So to some extent the KR trains do not follow the numbering system used by IR trains. Local trains and DMU services on KR use a system where the termini of a service are indicated by an alphabetic prefix. E.g., Karwar is "KA", Kudal is "K", Ratnagiri is "RN", and Madgaon is "M"; so the Karwar-Kudal DMU service was numbered KAK1 / KAK2, the Kudal-Ratnagiri DMU service was KRN1 / KRN2, and the Karwar-Madgaon service KAM1 / KAM2.

Passenger services within a zone sometimes have just two or three digits, not conforming to the pattern above, and sometimes prefixed with codes indicating the station the serve (e.g. "LK21" passenger service from Lucknow; "DK-1" is the Delhi-Khurja EMU; "AD-3" is one of the Aligarh-Delhi MEMUs; etc. SR runs DMU services between Tambaram and Egmore numbered S-2, S-7, etc.). These one-, two- or three-digit numbers may be repeated in other zones.

Before 1989, trains had numbers that were allotted by their respective zonal railways, and which were not necessarily unique across the zones. E.g., 31 Down on WR was the Kutch Exp. and 31 Down on CR was the Hyderabad Exp.; both reached Mumbai -- situations like this caused considerable confusion. To disambiguate these, reservation clerks and others often used extra annotations, for instance '31/WR' for 31 Down on WR, or '31/F/WR' (31 Down on WR, Forward journey booking), or '31/R/WR' (31 Down on WR, Return journey quota).

Reservation system Today, the reservation system is networked to allow most stations with online reservation facilities to offer bookings for almost any train from anywhere to anywhere. Earlier different sections of a train's route, which corresponded to different quotas for reservations, were given different numbers, with ad hoc alphabetic suffixes such as 'A', 'F', 'R', etc., in the reservation systems of each section. E.g., '6635F' for the forward quota for 6635, '6635R' for the return journey quota, '6635A' for the part of the train that went to MAQ after splitting at PGT; '6635B' for the part of the train that went to CHTS, etc. Each booking operator only saw the numbers for which his station had a quota for issuing tickets.

    * Freight train information

Up and Down Trains

Q. Trains are often referred to as going "up" or "down" -- what does this mean?

Down refers to a train travelling away from its headquarters (i.e., the homing railway) or from its Divisional headquarters, whichever is closer. Up refers to a train travelling towards its headquarters or divisional HQ, whichever is closer. Eg, 2903 DN Frontier mail is down travelling away from its HQ (Bombay) and from the division that homes it (Bombay division) and similarly 2904 UP refers to it travelling back towards Bombay, its HQ and division. Usually the numbers for the "up" and "down" trains differ by just 1.

As for the Shatabdis, the odd number indicates the Down run and the even number for the Up run. E.g. New Delhi - Bhopal Shatabdi (the first Shatabdi) is numbered 2001 DN (away form Delhi) and 2002 UP (towards Delhi).

There are numerous exceptions to this scheme! Beware if you are trying to find method in the madness. Numerous inconsistencies and oddities arise near zonal or divisional boundaries.

Interestingly, on the Ring Railway in New Delhi, the clockwise direction is marked "up" in the timetables.

History In the UK, the convention was that all trains going to London were "up", and all those going away from it were "down". In India, the GIPR adopted this convention with respect to Bombay, and the Madras Railway adopted it for Madras. Interestingly, the East Indian Railway decided to name trains towards its base, Calcutta, "down" trains, perhaps expecting the GIPR to eventually reach Calcutta; this convention was also adopted by the Bengal-Nagpur Railway. On the North Western Railway "up" was to the west, so that trains from Delhi to Amritsar are "up".

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« Reply #24 on: November 05, 2007, 01:01:49 PM »
20 Tips for More Efficient Google Searches

For millions of people, Google is an indispensable search tool that they use every day, in all facets of their lives. From work or school, research, to looking up movies and celebrities to news and gossip, Google is the go-to search engine.

But instead of just typing in a phrase and wading through page after page of results, there are a number of ways to make your searches more efficient.

Some of these are obvious ones, that you probably know about. But others are lesser-known, and others are known but not often used. Use this guide to learn more about, or be reminded of, some of the best ways to get exactly what you're looking for, and quickly.
1.   Either/or. Google normally searches for pages that contain all the words you type in the search box, but if you want pages that have one term or another (or both), use the OR operator -- or use the "|" symbol (pipe symbol) to save you a keystroke. [dumb | little | man]
2.   Quotes. If you want to search for an exact phrase, use quotes. ["dumb little man"] will only find that exact phrase. [dumb "little man"] will find pages that contain the word dumb and the exact phrase "little man".
3.   Not. If you don't want a term or phrase, use the "-" symbol. [-dumb little man] will return pages that contain "little" and "man" but that don't contain "dumb".
4.   Similar terms. Use the "~" symbol to return similar terms. [~dumb little man -dumb] will get you pages that contain "funny little man" and "stupid little man" but not "dumb little man".
5.   Wildcard. The "*" symbol is a wildcard. This is useful if you're trying to find the lyrics to a song, but can't remember the exact lyrics. [can't * me love lyrics] will return the Beatles song you're looking for. It's also useful for finding stuff only in certain domains, such as
educational information: ["dumb little man" research *.edu].
6.   Advanced search. If you can't remember any of these operators, you can always use Google's advanced search.
7.   Definitions. Use the "define:" operator to get a quick definition. [define:dumb] will give you a whole host of definitions from different sources, with links.
8.   Calculator. One of the handiest uses of Google, type in a quick calculation in the search box and get an answer. It's faster than calling up your computer's calculator in most cases. Use the +, -, *, / symbols and parentheses to do a simple equation.
9.   Numrange. This little-known feature searches for a range of numbers. For example, ["best books 2002..2007] will return lists of best books for each of the years from 2002 to 2007 (note the two periods between the two numbers).
10.   Site-specific. Use the "site:" operator to search only within a certain website. [site:dumblittleman.com leo] will search for the term "leo" only within this blog.
11.   Backlinks. The "link:" operator will find pages that link to a specific URL. You can use this not only for a main URL but even to a specific page. Not all links to an URL are listed, however.
12.   Vertical search. Instead of searching for a term across all pages on the web, search within a specialized field. Google has a number of specific searches, allowing you to search within blogs, news, books, and much more:

o   Blog Search
o   Book Search
o   Scholar
o   Catalogs
o   Code Search
o   Directory
o   Finance
o   Images
o   Local/Maps
o   News
o   Patent Search
o   Product Search
o   Video

13.   Movies. Use the "movie:" operator to search for a movie title along with either a zip code or U.S. city and state to get a list of movie theaters in the area and show times.
14.   Music. The "music:" operator returns content related to music only.
15.   Unit converter. Use Google for a quick conversion, from yards to meters for example, or different currency: [12 meters in yards]
16.   Types of numbers: Google algorithms can recognize patterns in numbers you enter, so you can search for:

o   Telephone area codes
o   Vehicle ID number (US only)
o   Federal Communications Commission (FCC) equipment numbers (US only)
o   UPC codes
o   Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) airplane registration number (US only)
o   Patent numbers (US only)
o   Even stock quotes (using the stock symbol) or a weather forecast regarding the next five days

17.   File types. If you just want to search for .PDF files, or Word documents, or Excel spreadsheets, for example, use the "filetype:" operator.
18.   Location of term. By default, Google searches for your term throughout a web page. But if you just want it to search certain locations, you can use operators such as "inurl:", "intitle:", "intext:", and "inanchor:". Those search for a term only within the URL, the title,
the body text, and the anchor text (the text used to describe a link).
19.   Cached pages. Looking for a version of a page the Google stores on its own servers? This can help with outdated or update pages. Use the "cached:" operator.
20.   Answer to life, the universe, and everything. Search for that phrase, in lower case, and Google will give you the answer
Source : http://www.dumblittleman.com/2007/06/20-tips-for-more-efficient-google.html

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« Reply #25 on: November 05, 2007, 01:15:36 PM »

Fowarded once for your information.


Hope this will be useful for you.
Toll-free numbers (1-800s) are one of the most valuable assets of any company. In today's world, toll-free numbers are a vital link between a company and its customers. Moreover, customers associate toll free numbers with high quality products and services.


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Goel Packers & Movers - 1800 11 3456
UPS - 1800 22 7171

Home Appliances
Aiwa/Sony - 1800 11 1188
Anchor Switches - 1800 22 7979
Blue Star - 1800 22 2200
Bose Audio - 1800 11 2673
Bru Coffee Vending Machines - 1800 44 7171
Daikin Air Conditioners - 1800 444 222
DishTV - 1800 12 3474
Faber Chimneys - 1800 21 4595
Godrej - 1800 22 5511
Grundfos Pumps - 1800 33 4555
LG - 1901 180 9999
Philips - 1800 22 4422
Samsung - 1800 113 444
Sanyo - 1800 11 0101
Voltas - 1800 33 4546
WorldSpace Satellite Radio - 1800 44 5432
Investments/ Finance
CAMS - 1800 44 2267
Chola Mutual Fund - 1800 22 2300
Easy IPO's - 3030 5757
Fidelity Investments - 1800 180 8000
Franklin Templeton Fund - 1800 425 4255
J M Morgan Stanley - 1800 22 0004
Kotak Mutual Fund - 1800 222 626
LIC Housing Finance - 1800 44 0005
SBI Mutual Fund - 1800 22 3040
Sharekhan - 1800 22 7500
Tata Mutual Fund - 1800 22 0101
Travel
Club Mahindra Holidays - 1800 33 4539
Cox & Kings - 1800 22 1235
God TV Tours - 1800 442 777
Kerala Tourism - 1800 444 747
Kumarakom Lake Resort - 1800 44 5030
Raj Travels & Tours - 1800 22 9900
Sita Tours - 1800 111 911
SOTC Tours - 1800 22 3344
 


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« Reply #26 on: November 05, 2007, 01:21:19 PM »
156 Useful Run Commands (windows)..........

To Access….                                         Run Command
Accessibility Controls                              access.cpl   
Accessibility Wizard                                  accwiz   
Add Hardware Wizard                               hdwwiz.cpl
Add/Remove Programs                              appwiz.cpl
Administrative Tools                                  control admintools
Adobe Acrobat (if installed)                             acrobat
Adobe Designer (if installed)                  acrodist   
Adobe Distiller (if installed)                      acrodist   
Adobe ImageReady (if installed)              imageready  
Adobe Photoshop (if installed)              photoshop   
Automatic Updates                              wuaucpl.cpl
Bluetooth Transfer Wizard                      fsquirt
Calculator                                            calc
Certificate Manager                                certmgr.msc
Character Map                                         charmap
Check Disk Utility                                   chkdsk
Clipboard Viewer                                  clipbrd
Command Prompt                                    cmd
Component Services                               dcomcnfg
Computer Management                            compmgmt.msc
Control Panel                                      control   
Date and Time Properties                      timedate.cpl
DDE Shares                                           ddeshare
Device Manager                                         devmgmt.msc
Direct X Control Panel (If Installed)*            directx.cpl
Direct X Troubleshooter                      dxdiag
Disk Cleanup Utility                                  cleanmgr
Disk Defragment                                dfrg.msc
Disk Management                                diskmgmt.msc
Disk Partition Manager                                            diskpart
Display Properties                                                  control desktop
Display Properties                                                  desk.cpl
Display Properties (w/Appearance Tab Preselected)    control color
Dr. Watson System Troubleshooting Utility               drwtsn32
Driver Verifier Utility                                           verifier
Event Viewer                                                        eventvwr.msc
Files and Settings Transfer Tool                              migwiz   
File Signature Verification Tool                              sigverif
Findfast                                                            findfast.cpl
Firefox (if installed)                                              firefox   
Folders Properties                                                    control folders

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« Reply #27 on: November 05, 2007, 01:23:42 PM »

Suchira JI

Gr8....

156 Useful Run Commands (windows)..........

To Access….                                         Run Command
Accessibility Controls                              access.cpl  
Accessibility Wizard                                  accwiz  
Add Hardware Wizard                               hdwwiz.cpl
Add/Remove Programs                              appwiz.cpl
Administrative Tools                                  control admintools
Adobe Acrobat (if installed)                             acrobat
Adobe Designer (if installed)                  acrodist  
Adobe Distiller (if installed)                     acrodist  
Adobe ImageReady (if installed)             imageready  
Adobe Photoshop (if installed)              photoshop  
Automatic Updates                              wuaucpl.cpl
Bluetooth Transfer Wizard                     fsquirt
Calculator                                           calc
Certificate Manager                                certmgr.msc
Character Map                                         charmap
Check Disk Utility                                   chkdsk
Clipboard Viewer                                 clipbrd
Command Prompt                                    cmd
Component Services                               dcomcnfg
Computer Management                            compmgmt.msc
Control Panel                                      control  
Date and Time Properties                      timedate.cpl
DDE Shares                                           ddeshare
Device Manager                                         devmgmt.msc
Direct X Control Panel (If Installed)*            directx.cpl
Direct X Troubleshooter                      dxdiag
Disk Cleanup Utility                                  cleanmgr
Disk Defragment                                dfrg.msc
Disk Management                               diskmgmt.msc
Disk Partition Manager                                            diskpart
Display Properties                                                  control desktop
Display Properties                                                 desk.cpl
Display Properties (w/Appearance Tab Preselected)    control color
Dr. Watson System Troubleshooting Utility               drwtsn32
Driver Verifier Utility                                           verifier
Event Viewer                                                        eventvwr.msc
Files and Settings Transfer Tool                             migwiz  
File Signature Verification Tool                              sigverif
Findfast                                                            findfast.cpl
Firefox (if installed)                                             firefox  
Folders Properties                                                   control folders


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« Reply #28 on: November 05, 2007, 02:23:48 PM »
Fonts                  control fonts
Fonts Folder    fonts
Free Cell Card Game    freecell
Game Controllers    joy.cpl
Group Policy Editor (XP Prof)    gpedit.msc
Hearts Card Game    mshearts
Help and Support      helpctr   
HyperTerminal      hypertrm 
Iexpress Wizard    iexpress
Indexing Service    ciadv.msc
Internet Connection Wizard      icwconn1   
Internet Explorer      iexplore   
Internet Properties    inetcpl.cpl
Internet Setup Wizard      inetwiz   
IP Configuration (Display Connection Configuration)    ipconfig /all
IP Configuration (Display DNS Cache Contents)    ipconfig /displaydns
IP Configuration (Delete DNS Cache Contents)    ipconfig /flushdns
IP Configuration (Release All Connections)    ipconfig /release
IP Configuration (Renew All Connections)    ipconfig /renew
IP Configuration (Refreshes DHCP & Re-Registers DNS)    ipconfig /registerdns
IP Configuration (Display DHCP Class ID)    ipconfig /showclassid
IP Configuration (Modifies DHCP Class ID)    ipconfig /setclassid
Java Control Panel (If Installed)    jpicpl32.cpl
Java Control Panel (If Installed)    javaws
Keyboard Properties    control keyboard
Local Security Settings    secpol.msc
Local Users and Groups    lusrmgr.msc
Logs You Out Of Windows    logoff
Malicious Software Removal Tool      mrt   
Microsoft Access (if installed)      access.cpl   
Microsoft Chat    winchat
Microsoft Excel (if installed)      excel   
Microsoft Frontpage (if installed)     frontpg  
Microsoft Movie Maker      moviemk   
Microsoft Paint      mspaint   
Microsoft Powerpoint (if installed)      powerpnt   
Microsoft Word (if installed)      winword   
Microsoft Syncronization Tool      mobsync 
Minesweeper Game    winmine
Mouse Properties    control mouse
Mouse Properties    main.cpl
Nero (if installed)      nero   
Netmeeting      conf   
Network Connections    control netconnections
Network Connections    ncpa.cpl
Network Setup Wizard    netsetup.cpl
Notepad    notepad
Nview Desktop Manager (If Installed)    nvtuicpl.cpl
Object Packager    packager
ODBC Data Source Administrator    odbccp32.cpl
On Screen Keyboard    osk
Opens AC3 Filter (If Installed)    ac3filter.cpl
Outlook Express      msimn   
Paint      pbrush   
Password Properties    password.cpl
Performance Monitor    perfmon.msc
Performance Monitor    perfmon
Phone and Modem Options    telephon.cpl
Phone Dialer      dialer 
Pinball Game      pinball  
Power Configuration    powercfg.cpl
Printers and Faxes    control printers
Printers Folder    printers
Private Character Editor    eudcedit
Quicktime (If Installed)    QuickTime.cpl
Quicktime Player (if installed)      quicktimeplayer   
Real Player (if installed)      realplay   
Regional Settings    intl.cpl
Registry Editor    regedit
Registry Editor    regedit32
Remote Access Phonebook      rasphone   
Remote Desktop    mstsc
Removable Storage    ntmsmgr.msc
Removable Storage Operator Requests    ntmsoprq.msc
Resultant Set of Policy (XP Prof)    rsop.msc
Scanners and Cameras    sticpl.cpl
Scheduled Tasks    control schedtasks
Security Center    wscui.cpl
Services    services.msc
Shared Folders    fsmgmt.msc
Shuts Down Windows    shutdown
Sounds and Audio    mmsys.cpl
Spider Solitare Card Game    spider
SQL Client Configuration    cliconfg
System Configuration Editor    sysedit
System Configuration Utility    msconfig
System File Checker Utility (Scan Immediately)    sfc /scannow
System File Checker Utility (Scan Once At Next Boot)    sfc /scanonce
System File Checker Utility (Scan On Every Boot)    sfc /scanboot
System File Checker Utility (Return to Default Setting)    sfc /revert
System File Checker Utility (Purge File Cache)    sfc /purgecache
System File Checker Utility (Set Cache Size to size x)    sfc /cachesize=x
System Information      msinfo32   
System Properties    sysdm.cpl
Task Manager    taskmgr
TCP Tester      tcptest   
Telnet Client    telnet
Tweak UI (if installed)      tweakui   
User Account Management    nusrmgr.cpl
Utility Manager    utilman
Windows Address Book      wab   
Windows Address Book Import Utility      wabmig   
Windows Backup Utility (if installed)      ntbackup 
Windows Explorer      explorer   
Windows Firewall    firewall.cpl
Windows Magnifier    magnify
Windows Management Infrastructure    wmimgmt.msc
Windows Media Player      wmplayer 
Windows Messenger      msmsgs 
Windows Picture Import Wizard (need camera connected)      wiaacmgr   
Windows System Security Tool    syskey
Windows Update Launches    wupdmgr
Windows Version (to show which version of windows)      winver 
Windows XP Tour Wizard    tourstart
Wordpad    write
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« Reply #29 on: November 05, 2007, 02:27:31 PM »

Very useful tips..

Fonts                 control fonts
Fonts Folder    fonts
Free Cell Card Game    freecell
Game Controllers    joy.cpl
Group Policy Editor (XP Prof)    gpedit.msc
Hearts Card Game    mshearts
Help and Support      helpctr  
HyperTerminal      hypertrm 
Iexpress Wizard    iexpress
Indexing Service    ciadv.msc
Internet Connection Wizard      icwconn1  
Internet Explorer      iexplore  
Internet Properties    inetcpl.cpl
Internet Setup Wizard      inetwiz  
IP Configuration (Display Connection Configuration)    ipconfig /all
IP Configuration (Display DNS Cache Contents)    ipconfig /displaydns
IP Configuration (Delete DNS Cache Contents)    ipconfig /flushdns
IP Configuration (Release All Connections)    ipconfig /release
IP Configuration (Renew All Connections)    ipconfig /renew
IP Configuration (Refreshes DHCP & Re-Registers DNS)    ipconfig /registerdns
IP Configuration (Display DHCP Class ID)    ipconfig /showclassid
IP Configuration (Modifies DHCP Class ID)    ipconfig /setclassid
Java Control Panel (If Installed)    jpicpl32.cpl
Java Control Panel (If Installed)    javaws
Keyboard Properties    control keyboard
Local Security Settings    secpol.msc
Local Users and Groups    lusrmgr.msc
Logs You Out Of Windows    logoff
Malicious Software Removal Tool      mrt  
Microsoft Access (if installed)      access.cpl  
Microsoft Chat    winchat
Microsoft Excel (if installed)      excel  
Microsoft Frontpage (if installed)     frontpg  
Microsoft Movie Maker      moviemk  
Microsoft Paint      mspaint  
Microsoft Powerpoint (if installed)      powerpnt  
Microsoft Word (if installed)      winword  
Microsoft Syncronization Tool      mobsync 
Minesweeper Game    winmine
Mouse Properties    control mouse
Mouse Properties    main.cpl
Nero (if installed)      nero  
Netmeeting      conf  
Network Connections    control netconnections
Network Connections    ncpa.cpl
Network Setup Wizard    netsetup.cpl
Notepad    notepad
Nview Desktop Manager (If Installed)    nvtuicpl.cpl
Object Packager    packager
ODBC Data Source Administrator    odbccp32.cpl
On Screen Keyboard    osk
Opens AC3 Filter (If Installed)    ac3filter.cpl
Outlook Express      msimn  
Paint      pbrush  
Password Properties    password.cpl
Performance Monitor    perfmon.msc
Performance Monitor    perfmon
Phone and Modem Options    telephon.cpl
Phone Dialer      dialer 
Pinball Game      pinball  
Power Configuration    powercfg.cpl
Printers and Faxes    control printers
Printers Folder    printers
Private Character Editor    eudcedit
Quicktime (If Installed)    QuickTime.cpl
Quicktime Player (if installed)      quicktimeplayer  
Real Player (if installed)      realplay  
Regional Settings    intl.cpl
Registry Editor    regedit
Registry Editor    regedit32
Remote Access Phonebook      rasphone  
Remote Desktop    mstsc
Removable Storage    ntmsmgr.msc
Removable Storage Operator Requests    ntmsoprq.msc
Resultant Set of Policy (XP Prof)    rsop.msc
Scanners and Cameras    sticpl.cpl
Scheduled Tasks    control schedtasks
Security Center    wscui.cpl
Services    services.msc
Shared Folders    fsmgmt.msc
Shuts Down Windows    shutdown
Sounds and Audio    mmsys.cpl
Spider Solitare Card Game    spider
SQL Client Configuration    cliconfg
System Configuration Editor    sysedit
System Configuration Utility    msconfig
System File Checker Utility (Scan Immediately)    sfc /scannow
System File Checker Utility (Scan Once At Next Boot)    sfc /scanonce
System File Checker Utility (Scan On Every Boot)    sfc /scanboot
System File Checker Utility (Return to Default Setting)    sfc /revert
System File Checker Utility (Purge File Cache)    sfc /purgecache
System File Checker Utility (Set Cache Size to size x)    sfc /cachesize=x
System Information      msinfo32  
System Properties    sysdm.cpl
Task Manager    taskmgr
TCP Tester      tcptest  
Telnet Client    telnet
Tweak UI (if installed)      tweakui  
User Account Management    nusrmgr.cpl
Utility Manager    utilman
Windows Address Book      wab  
Windows Address Book Import Utility      wabmig  
Windows Backup Utility (if installed)      ntbackup 
Windows Explorer      explorer  
Windows Firewall    firewall.cpl
Windows Magnifier    magnify
Windows Management Infrastructure    wmimgmt.msc
Windows Media Player      wmplayer 
Windows Messenger      msmsgs 
Windows Picture Import Wizard (need camera connected)      wiaacmgr  
Windows System Security Tool    syskey
Windows Update Launches    wupdmgr
Windows Version (to show which version of windows)      winver 
Windows XP Tour Wizard    tourstart
Wordpad    write
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