THERE ARE REALLY MANY UNTAPPED WAYS OF STARTSUPS IN INDIA THROUGH COLLEGES

TECH COMPANIES SHOULD FIND MORE WAYS TO INVEST IN INDIA.

TECH COMPANIES CAN CONNECT

http://www.virtualmusicalinstruments.com/guitar

WITH ENGINEERING COLLEGES IN INDIA THROUGH WEBSITES

http://www.eeweb.com/projects

http://www.guitarelectronics.com/category/wiring_resources_guitar_wiring_diagrams/

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LEARNING MUSIC  AND MANUFACTURING OF CIRCUITS CAN BE DONE EASILY IN INDIA

THERE ARE SO MANY WAYS TO LEARN MUSIC AND TO MANUFACTURE CIRCUITS IN INDIA

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THERE ARE SO MANY UNTAPPED WAYS FOR STARTUPS IN INDIA FOR MUSIC

MANY TECH COMPANIES CAN EVEN INVEST IN MUSIC IN INDIA.

THERE ARE SO MANY CLASSICAL  MUSIC INSTITUTIONS IN INDIA .

MOST OF THE MUSIC ACADAMY EVEN DONT KNOW THAT THERE ARE VIRTUAL MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS .

http://www.virtualmusicalinstruments.com/guitar

http://virtualpiano.net/

TECH COMPANIES CAN EASILY GET THE LIST OF MUSIC INSTITUTIONS IN INDIA FOR A PARTICULAR PLACE.

http://www.justdial.com/Lucknow/music-classes

THERE ARE LIST OF CLASSICAL MUSIC  COURSES ONLINE

http://www.shankarmahadevanacademy.com/hindustani-vocal-music/

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gandharva_Mahavidyalaya

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Indian_classical_music

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hindustani_classical_music

IF HE TECH COMPANIES CAN WORK ON MUSIC INSTITUTIONS BASED ON COURSES ON VIRTUAL INSTRUMENTS ONLINE THROUGH MUSICAL NOTES .

IT CAN BE A HUGE MARKET FOR MUSIC LEARNERS THROUGH INTERNET MORE

USERS CAN CONNECT AND LEARN MUSIC THROUGH INTERNET FACEBOOK .

IN INDIA TEMPLES ARE ALSO A MAIN SOURCE WHERE ONE CAN FIND MUSICAL CLASSES.

TEACHING MUSIC THROUGH INTERNET IN INDIA CAN GET MORE INTERNET USERS

THERE ARE MANY WAYS THROUGH WHICH MORE INDIANS CAN GET CONNECTED THROUGH INTERNET

http://www.theholidayspot.com/shivratri/virtualpuja/

people visiting temples can be easily connected with virtual pujas of lord shiva and other gods

facebook internet can easily connect them list of ritual list of hindu festivals .

for example list of ingredients used for puja the shops where the ingredients are sold near temples everything can be connected through internet so connecting people can be done in a simple way through internet apps through temples .

THERE ARE MANY WAYS THROUGH WHICH MORE INDIANS CAN GET CONNECTED THROUGH INTERNET

THERE ARE MANY WAYS THROUGH WHICH MORE AND MORE INDIANS CAN GET CONNECTED WITH INTERNET AND FACEBOOK.

ONE WAY IS THROUGH RELIGION .

TEMPLES IN INDIA ARE VERY SACRED AND IF ONE TRIES TO INDENTIFY HOW PEOPLE VISITING TEMPLES CAN BE A PART OF INTERNET AND FACEBOOK THROUGH HINDU RELIGION AND RITUALS MANY INDIANS CAN GET CONNECTED THROUGH INTERNET AND FACEBOOK. ONE OF TGHE EASY WAY IS TO TRACK THE MOBILE NUMBERS OF PEOPLE WHO VISIT TEMPLES AND GET THEM CONNECTED THROUGH INTERNET AND FACEBOOK.

TNA calls for ‘reasonable, durable’ political solution

The Leader of Opposition in Parliament and the Tamil National Alliance (TNA) chief, R Sampanthan, has said the Tamil question should be resolved “on the basis of what is happening in Geneva”.

In his reaction to the publication of a report by the U.N. on human rights violations in Sri Lanka, Sampanthan told The Hindu: “On the basis of genuine reconciliation, there must be a just, reasonable, durable and workable political solution.”

Health Minister and leader of a breakaway group of the Sri Lanka Freedom Party, Rajitha Senaratne, said the document had not named anyone. “The final decision of the UNHRC would have to be carried out by us.”

Vasudeva Nanayakkara, chief of the Democratic Left Front, said the UN report did not have “directives” and it was “not binding” on the Sri Lankan government. However, he wanted the government to give “serious attention” to various proposals and recommendations spelt out in the report.

Mini Republic Day Marks 1965 War at Delhi Rajpath

NEW DELHI:  The big celebrations to mark the 50th anniversary of the 1965 war with Pakistan started this evening in Delhi’s Rajpath today, which included, among other things, a thrilling aerial display.

The flypast began precisely at 4.19 pm, in which squadrons of Advanced Light Helicopters ALH-IA, Sukhoi 30s and Mi 17s took part.

The month-long celebrations to honour the soldiers who fought the war had started on August 28 — the day India had captured the Haji Pir pass, which now lies in Pakistan Administered Kashmir.

After initial reverses, India had won tactical victories in the war, which is largely seen as having had no clear result, ending with a United Nations-mandated ceasefire on September 23, 1965.

Over the years, both sides have claimed that they won the war. Independent assessments say India had the upper hand when the UN stepped in, leading to the Tashkent declaration.

Story First Published: September 20, 2015 16:41 IST