The Thrill’s and hazardous of Pokémon Go!!

 Pokemon Go is an ‘augmented reality’ game for smart phones that allows players to catch creatures by walking around their neighborhoods.


Since its release earlier this month, the game has become a phenomenon and has become a smash success.


It has surpassed What’s app ,Instagram &  Clash of Clan .


The free game allows people to catch, train and battle their Pokemon ‘in the real world’ by walking outdoors and interacting with other users.


Due to these users are forced to go outside and find Pokémon in ‘ the real world’. This is a good idea I supposed bcoz people are very busy with their work , that they  dont like to come out from their houses . These game is more like an adventure game but now in reality it has become and hazardous for us and the environment . 


many  users  have been spotted ignoring traffic and running red lights as well as congregating in various locations.  It has been headed  that people have been seen on job and field,  office parking areas, near bus stop trying to catch a Pokémon


Meanwhile, reports on social media say that some players have sustained injuries while trying to catch monsters .Due to all these issue many countries like Russia , Japan , even America has banned Pokémon go in their country but still we can  find out many cases of road accident over there .


In India , Pokémon go has not been launched officially but through illegal means users / fans of Pokémon go has find out ways to install the app. I have seen many of my friend playing these game (including me) its such a wonderful game that we all can play these for 24*7 . Its such an addiction game that we feel that we are in the Pokémon world and trying to catch every different type of Pokémon that we can see. It takes us to other world where we forget about our tension, studies, works ,etc .


We all know that these type of game is hazardous for our life but I just want to say that you cant blame the users for the accident .Its  the government fault that they should not allow such game to be launch but if its been  launch than the government should take necessary steps / prevention from such activities like  To advise everyone to keep an eye out for people entering into restricted or unsafe areas


   Advise Field Services Safety, and ManaManagedge, of any PokemonGo activity on your job sites or around your offices.


   Remind workers for appropriate ‘play time’ outside of work and work sites, for those who wish to play PokemonGo. I just think that if the government will take proper steps and users will not play on road than no problem will arise

 

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GST BILL FOR ICAI

Shared From FinApp:

GST Bill Aproved by the Rajya Sabha Today:

The Rajya Sabha on Wednesday passed the Goods and Services Tax (GST) Constitutional Amendment Bill which the Lok Sabha had already approved last year.

The exact rate of the tax will only be decided in the weeks or months ahead.

It is to clarify to the students that, GST bill will not be applicable for CA IPCC exams atleast until Nov 2017 (Will be applicable for May 2018).

Check out ‘FinApp for CA – CPT IPCC Final’ – https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.sraoss.caapp

Maths Tutorial @ Pdlc college

Hi everyone these my 1st lecture for maths tutorial. I don’t know who the mam is  but I am pretty much sure that the teacher which will come to our class would be good in teaching . Just know Miss Noronha mam has came to our class by mistake she was going in some other class but by mistake she has came to our class. 

I don’t know what to say but my 1st good Friend has came to my class . I am happy to see her after a long time , she saw me & I was speechless, I don’t know what to say to her but any way I said ‘Hi’ to her and she came and seat besides me . 

The tutorial lecture is going to start and after 5min the JPY sir came to our class and I was like, Ohhh.No. which sir has came he is a good professor but he is not up to that mark which I deserved. 

Nevertheless I am happy to see him again.He just came to our class and started with statistics with subtopic linear programming problem. His teaching is good but what we say is that ” The 1st impression is the last impression” and I don’t know why I have made a structure/outline about his nature.

Next was the foundation course lecture it is a wonderful lecture our subject teacher Miss Emelia Noronha has came to our class where we were 1st asked to introduced ourself  and later we played games like we were told to make paper boat’s by hearing these we all started laughing and enjoying and later we came to know that the Miss Noronha has came up with a idea to teach us about leader and his leadership skills.

Everything was going best , by doing such activity we were all thinking about our playgroup activities it was same like what we did today. At the end the college last bell rang and we all came out of our class room. Since , it is a rainy season and you all know how are the Mumbai rains . We all were very happy with the activity that we were thinking that we should have bring the paper boats and to play with them on the rain (just kidding) and this is my 1st experience of the  tutorials in Pdlc college.

“Harry Potter and the Cursed Child” leaves Potterheads divided over new play format

The new Harry Potter book is set 19 years after the ‘Deathly Hallows’, and deviates from the prose format of storytelling.

Potterheads from across the country are divided over the format of the latest book in the Potter franchise, ‘Harry Potter and the Cursed Child’ which unlike the previous books is not a novel but a play. While most fans are too overwhelmed with the comeback of the magical world of Hogwarts to be disappointed with the change in genre, there are many who are keen to look at the series that defined their childhoods, in a different light.

“I cannot wait to keep my life on hold for you, ‘Cursed Child.’ Please be good,” says Debsruti Basu from Kolkata. Basu preordered her copy of ‘Harry Potter and the Cursed Child’ and “a few more to give away” on the very day Amazon began its preordering stint in February. Even though it has been almost a decade since ‘Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows’ was published in 2007, Pottermaniacs have refused to let the fandom die out and lived off “fan fictions, cosplays, book reading sessions, rummaging through hints and the Pottermore website.”

“My anticipation for the ‘Cursed Child’ mostly has to do with the excitement we all felt as children. The waiting for the books, discussing what might be in it, standing in line for a copy, not doing anything till you have finished the books…For me, it is not about finding out how the story continues. It’s about losing myself again in the magical world that Rowling created,” says Anouk, who is a Dutch national who works on museum projects in India.

For many readers like Basu, the genre of writing – a play or a novel – does not define her fandom for the series and she says she will “take any Potter story as long as we are getting it in the form of a hardbound greatness that’ll follow the rest on our book cases.”

For most people, particularly the ’90s children, the return of the franchise, irrespective of the presentation, is more of an opportunity to relive their childhood. Nilotpal Bansal, a law student here says, “The franchise is so close to me that the format doesn’t really matter. However, I would have to read it before I know for sure. “Reading it feels like time travel. ‘The Cursed Child’ is something that gives me a chance to revisit my childhood, a part of which is saved in its pages, perhaps like a horcrux?” he says.

The book, published by Hachette in India was launched at three locations across Delhi NCR here – Mall Of India in Noida, Vasant Kunj in Delhi and Ambience Mall in Gurgaon at OM bookstores.

Set 19 years after the events of ‘Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows’, the story revolves around Harry, now a Ministry of Magic employee, and his younger son Albus Severus Potter.

Kasturi Roy from Kolkata, is particularly excited for the play format. She says, “I am obviously eager and looking forward to the new book, even more so because this time it is in form of a play. Rowling, I am sure, being the magician she is, will not let us down!”

Anticipations for the book are also at peak because this time it is not Rowling alone who is steering at the author’s seat. Script writer Jack Thorne and director John Tiffany have co-written the tome with her. City based doctor, Jayati Dureja who is also an avid reader and a Harry Potter enthusiast says she is “not looking
forward” to the change in genre. “I’m apprehensive about the co-author bit, and not looking forward to the play format much but waiting eagerly for the new story it’ll bring,” she says.

The scepticism, however, did not stand in the way of them being among the first ones to get themselves a copy. Tanyaa Raturi, an NGO worker says, “After this long gap I’d have liked it more had the book not been a play. It is kind of off-putting. But being a Harry Potter loyalist, it’s not going to stop me from buying a copy.”

Rowling’s bestselling Harry Potter series of seven books, published between 1997 and 2007, have sold over 450 million copies worldwide, are distributed in more than 200 territories, translated into 79 languages, and have been turned into eight blockbuster films.

True Fact of Life

You know how when the sun shines from behind a building, it’s magnanimous structure hides off the light and form shadows? 

It’s like.. The shadows tumble upon one another; covering up for their mistakes as they do so. They cower away from the sunlight, but really, the sun’s just too powerful for them. So they take the silhouettes of the broad buildings, masking their identities and mingling with one another in a vain attempt of coverage.

Just like us humans with our masks. We wear such masks daily.

And these masks? They cover the glory in us all; we hide behind them and because we all do so, we all become rather dull and boring. Sometimes, though, we wear a mask to make us shine more; but no matter how you look at it, an artificial light source can never win against a natural one. So break the stereotypical and take off that mask.

 Be you. 

And you’ll shine brighter than any and every star. 

Thank you for reading 

( My life my blog) (Rahul Agarwal)

Not to Comment much- 

Just remembered a Chartered Accountant is the best profession in India !!

Reason #incometax #mixed_economy #blackmoney & many more😎😎

Excelent Architecture – Taj Mahal !!!

​I am indian and for the 1st time I visited the Taj Mahal. It was a beautiful Artitecture with  a beautiful carving on white marble.

Ihave heard a lot of story on  Taj Mahal, built by Mughal emperor Shah Jahan to honor his third wife, Mumtaz Mahal. It combines elements from Islamic, Persian, Ottoman Turkish and Indian architectural sculpture. 

On hearing thus every Indian person comes to an conclusion that after the Taj Mahal was built  the slaves were Touchers and their hands were cut down. I have read many books on Taj Mahal and I found a sentence which was written in that was ” The slaves were hindus ” By hearing these a thought strike my mind -” If the slaves were Muslim than do the Mughal Emperor would also cut their/saluter their hands & give the same reason !!! “

                                             – R@hul Ag@rw@l