Important action to do before 31 March – 2017

Important things to do before 31 march 2017
Important things to do before 31 march 2017

Important action to do before 31 March -2017

Collect Investment Proof

After demonetisation Indian government is very active about tax collection. IT department has already send notice to lacs of account holders.

Complete your investments before 31 March 2017 and collect all investment related documents for submitting your proof. These investments you can show under 80C.

Your investment can be :

  • Insurance Primium
  • PPF investment
  • Equity saving
  • Child tution fees
  • Saving account cerificate
  • House loan

Deposit old 500 and 1000 currency

Reserve bank of India has increased old currency date to 31 March – 2017. If you still have old 500 and 1000 currency you can go and exchange these to choosen branch of Reseve bank of India. If you miss this date then your money will be wasted. So, run.

Update Aadhar number to EPFO

UAN is provided by EPFO and it is very useful. Government has also annonced that if you are getting any benifit from government then you need to update AADHAR.

EPFO has postponed the date for updating AADHAR number with your UAN. Before it was 28 Feb – 2017. You can go and submit your AADHAR to EPFO office or do it online. know more about EPFO and UAN

Complete your KYC

If you have not linked your PAN number or anything remaining related to KYC then it is time to finish this.

You have to complete all KYC related work before 31 March – 2017. Before it was 28 Feb – 2017 but now date has been postponded.

If you miss this then your bank account can also be closed. So hurry up.

Link AADHAR with Gas connection

If you have not linked your AADHAR with Gas connection then please do it before 31 March. Otherwise you will not be eligible for getting subsidies.

PPF account

If you have PPF account and have not deposited any money in current finincial year then deposite minimum 500 RS to your PPF account otherwise you will get penalty.

NPS (National Pension account) Account

Deposite minimum 1000 RS to your NPS account. This is only applicable to users who have opened NPS account and have not deposited minimum (1000 RS) to their account in current financial year. Do it before 31st March otherwise your account can be inactive.


Nokia 3310 is Coming Back, relaunching in Feburary 2017

Nokia is back
Nokia is back

 Nokia 3310 Is Coming Back and will re-launch at MWC 2017

Nokia 3310 is the strongest and most durable phone ever made. This launch will take place on February 2017at Nokia’s event at MWC 2017.

The Nokia 3310 is a GSM mobile phone and first launched on September 1, 2000, and released in the fourth quarter of the year, replacing the popular Nokia 3210. The phone sold extremely well, being one of the most successful phones with 126 million units sold worldwide.

Remeber features of Nokia 3310 ?

  • Nokia 3310 has many utilities, such as a calculator, Nokia network monitor, stop watch and a reminder function
  • The 3310 has four games: Pairs II, Space Impact, Bantumi, and the hugely popular Snake II.
  • It was popular for SMS text messaging because it allowed long messages three times the size of a standard SMS text message, at 459 characters
  • It was also have SMS Chat feature.
  • Voice dialing for selected number
  • In November 2015, Nokia 3310 was chosen as one of the first three ‘National Emojis’ for Finland.

On 14th February 2017, it was reported that a modernised version of the 3310 would be unveiled at the 2017 MWC (Mobile World Congress) in Barcelona with the price point of 59 euros.

What is MWC?

Mobile World Congress (MWC) is the world’s biggest and best mobile industry event comprising of a massive exhibition, an award-winning conference, outstanding networking opportunities, partner programmes, the Glomo Awards and much, much more.

MWC is a B2B event for anyone and everyone in mobile and those in adjacent industries who want to discover how mobile technology can benefit their industries. In short, anyone in business will find relevant learning and networking opportunities to make the trip to Barcelona worthwhile.


Watch fight between Ishant Sharma and Sabbir Rahman


Ishant, like a senior statesmen, gestured Sabbir to just focus on his batting, shut up and play. Ishant Sharma picked key wickets as India inched closer to a victory over Bangladesh in the one-off Test.

Ishant Sharma is a bad ass Indian bowller and he has proven again.

Ishant Sharma, bowling an inspired spell on a hot and humid day, produced a few rippers on a flat pitch. The lanky pacer is in the habit of staring batsmen down often but Sabbir Rahman decided to stare right back and indulge India’s most seasoned bowler.

A nice sending off was in order for Sabbir as Ishant seemingly used some of his choicest expletives. With his tail up Ishant then channelized his aggression in the right direction to pick up the crucial wicket of Mahmudullah.

It may be recalled here that Ishant Sharma has been fined earlier for indulging in sledging and crossing the limits. In 2015 he was fined 65% of his match fees for breaching Level 1 of the ICC Code of Conduct after he had given send-offs to Lahiru Thirimanne and Dinesh Chandimal in the Colombo Test.

Ishant Sharma asks Bangladesh batsman to keep his mouth shut. Watch next what happened.

When Ishant Sharma meant serious business. #INDvBAN

Indian Cricket Team 发布于 2017年2月12日


Will demonetisation, Brexit and Trump affect the Indian economy?

Will demonetisation, Brexit and Trump affect the Indian economy?

Answer is NO.

Indian economy is running in it’s golden period of time after independence. FDI has increased and it’s economy base is very strong. In the time of Brexit whole world share market was crashing but Indian market was not affected a lot like others.

Every day Trump is taking a decision which can affect world economy but India still stand strong. After demonetisation everybody was worry that it will slow down the economy and for coming in same pace it will take time. But still India is standing very strong.

Here are some numbers which will help you to understand :

  • India’s real GDP growth will remain between 6.75% and 7.5% in the 2017-2018 financial year
  • In the current financial year, real GDP is projected to grow at about 7%, the survey added, significantly lower than the 7.6% growth the economy registered in 2015-2016.
  • The cash squeeze in the meantime will have significant implications for GDP, reducing 2016-17 growth by 0.25 to 0.5 percentage points compared to the baseline of 7%. Recorded GDP will understate impact on informal sector because, for example, informal manufacturing is estimated using formal sector indicators (Index of Industrial Production)
  • Loan rates could come down.
  • Can reduce unaccounted income.
  • Could support economic growth in the long-run if it succeeds in bringing down corruption.
  • The government and the RBI will get wealthier when unreturned cash is destroyed.
  • In the long-term, demonetisation may lead to higher tax collections as it expands and improves compliance.