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July 2015

How To Lock Your Private Folder (Windows 7) : Simple Guide

Step # 1-Create a new text document

First of all,

⇒ Create a new folder and name it whatever you would like.

⇒ Open the folder and create a text document.

Step # 2–Paste the code in the file

⇒ Once the text document is created,

⇒  Open the text file you just created by double-clicking it and copy/paste in the following text:

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Black Ribbon a Tribute From Google To Abdul Kalam

NEW DELHI:  On a day Dr APJ Abdul Kalam was buried at his hometown Rameswaram in Tamil Nadu,  Google paid special tribute to the People’s President by displaying a black ribbon on its homepage.

The search giant is well known for honouring notable people and marking important occasions and anniversaries by redesigning its logo, famously known as the Google doodle. In the past, it has paid similar tribute to filmmaker Satyajit Ray, mathematics genius Shakuntala Devi and actor Raj Kapoor.

The Google Doodle for Dr Kalam is just the ribbon below the search field. When the cursor is placed over the ribbon, it says: “In memory of Dr APJ Abdul Kalam”.

Dr Kalam was buried with full state honours at a public ground in Rameswaram town where he was born. Prime Minister Narendra Modi, along with many chief ministers, union ministers and other political leaders like Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi attended the last rites.

Indian President Pranab Mukherjee and a host of world leaders including US President Barack Obama and Russian President Vladimir Putin joined in paying their respects to the former President through their messages.

Known as the Missile Man of India, Dr Kalam played a pivotal role in the Pokhran-II nuclear tests in 1998. He was awarded the Padma Bhushan and India’s highest civilian honour, the Bharat Ratna.

New Add-On : Save Emails and Attachments To Google Drive

Itroducing Save Emails, a new Google Docs add-on that will help you easily save email messages and file attachments from Gmail to your Google Drive automatically. The emails threads are converted and saved as PDF files in Drive while the attachments are saved in their native format.

You can use the Google add-on to save images, videos, Office documents, project backups and everything else from Gmail to your Google Drive. It also supports the Gmail size search operator so if your mailbox is running out of space, use the add-on to quickly move the large file attachmetns to Drive and delete the corresponding email from Gmail.

Download Gmail Attachments & Emails to Google Drive :

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July 30

1588 The Spanish Armada is sighted off the coast of England.
1602 The Duke of Biron is executed in Paris for conspiring with Spain and Savoy against King Henry IV of France.
1603 Bartholomew Gilbert is killed in Virginia by Indians, during a search for the missing Roanoke colonists.
1693 The Army of the Grand Alliance is destroyed by the French at the Battle of Neerwinden.
1830 Liberals led by the Marquis of Lafayette seize Paris in opposition to the king’s restrictions on citizens’ rights.
1848 A rebellion against British rule is put down in Tipperary, Ireland.
1858 Japan signs a treaty of commerce and friendship with the United States.
1862 Confederates are routed by Union guerrillas at Moore’s Mill, Missouri.
1875 Peasants in Bosnia and Herzegovina rebel against the Ottoman army.
1915 U.S. Marines land at Port-au-Prince to protect American interests in Haiti.
1921 Adolf Hitler becomes the president of the Nationalist Socialist German Workers’ Party (Nazis).

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All birds find shelter during a rain. But Eagle avoids rain by flying above the clouds.

– A P J Abdul Kalam

Fact #15

Viruses are not alive: They do not have cells, they cannot turn food into energy, and without a host they are just inert packets of chemicals.

Launch Of OnePlus 2, Coming on Aug 11 Priced @ 23k(16GB) & 25k(64GB)

Finally, the much awaited successor to the immensely popular value-for-money phone The OnePlus One, was launched as OnePlus 2. The OnePlus 2 is also a value-for-money phone but costs just marginally more than the original OnePlus One. The 16GB version of OnePlus 2 will cost Rs. 22,999 and 64GB version will come for Rs. 23,999 in India.

But for OnePlus it’s not just about the price tag. We expect quality phones from OnePlus at an affordable price. OnePlus 2 might look a tad expensive to you but it is worth every penny of its asking price.

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Rest In Peace “People’s President” Dr. Abdul Kalam

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Dr APJ Abdul Kalam was a great scientist, an inspiring leader and, above all, an extraordinary human being. He touched the lives of everyone who worked with him. I recall the time we were preparing to test the Agni technology demonstrator in 1989. There were lots of nervous moments and we weren’t sure how the test would go. We had returned from the launch pad twice in the past and this was a crucial test.

Kalam used to carry his resignation letter with him those days. He had decided if anything went wrong, he would accept the responsibility and step down. There are not many leaders like that. He stayed awake all night at the launch pad, making sure everything was in order.

India’s strategic missile programme is where it is today because of Kalam’s genius.

He would give everyone an opportunity to contribute to a project irrespective of where they were in the pecking order.

The days ahead of the 1998 nuclear tests were stressful but Kalam never lost his cool. He scripted that glorious chapter in India’s history.

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“Don’t take rest after your first victory because if you fail in second, more lips are waiting to say that your first victory was just luck.”

– A.P.J Abdul Kalam

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