About. I am netizen since 1999. Since 1954, I am staying in Mumbai, the magnificent city of more than
17 million people clustered within an area of 437 square miles radium (7 islands duly connected with
each other. Four hundred years before this land was purchased by Portuguese for about 7 UK pounds.
This land was given in dowry to English King Edwards. Today the same land is costing 1000 more and
is getting costlier by the day. English being official communication medium, doing business is a sheer
pleasure. Mumbai can claim to be most modern city, with latest infrastructure, and with cheapest
public transport, and hardworking and friendly citizen, it is high time you should have a base for
your goods and services. You ask me anything, because I know this city as palm of my hand. I am
urownmaninmumbai. Kind Regards!. Sunder T


Daily Prompt: Apply Yourself: blogzsunder.130123

Daily Prompt: Apply Yourself.
Data is the fuel for knowledge-based economies, and governments around the world are starting to exploit this resource
by opening it up to business and citizen. Openness by default shall be the new standard for public information.
Open public data creates new markets and encourages entrepreneurs and civil society to develop useful information
Kind Regards
sunderkt at g mail dot com




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Is it possible to live “in this world, but not of it?” To be, that is to say, inwardly free, untouched even by life`s greatest tragedies?
How can we recognize a master – one who has achieved full freedom in God- out of the millions of unenlightened human beings? Not, it must be said, by outward “signs and wonders”. Miracles are evidence of a mighty, bu not necessarily a godly, spirit. Physical looks, too, can deceive.
Kind Regards
Sunder Thadani




Heart palpitations, tremors, insomnia or unexplained fatigue may well signal overstimulation, just as confusion, unusual irritability, profound lassitude and panicky sense that things are slipping out of control are psychological indications. By observing ourselves, looking back over the changes in our recent past, we can determine whether we are operating comfortably within our adaptive range or pressing, its outer limits.
Having done this, we can also begin consciously to influence it- speeding it up or slowing it down- first with respect to small things, the micro-environment, and then in terms of the larger, structural pattern of experience. We can learn how by scrutinizing our own unpremeditated response to overstimulation.
Kind Regards
Sunder Thadani from Mumbai


As the biggest economy in Europe, the German businesses see the long-pending free-trade agreement as the key to more growth. The GDP growth in Germany is expected to be 0.8 per cent this year [while India is expecting GDP growth to 7.5 per cent]. German visitors, especially Phillip roesler, cice chancellor of Germany feel that something big is in the works. and Germany is willing to bet big on India again.
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