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Wednesday, December 17, 2008

Trace missed calls

Ever got a missed call which got you wondering who was that? Most probably yes. But you had no means to figure out the caller and the only option you had was to forget about it.

Now you can at least get to know the location and operator of the mobile from which you got the call which is a quite big hint in itself!

Here are two online tools to help you:

Uhmm.. not impressed? Here is something which makes it yet easier!
Download this small Java Application for your mobile and trace any number on the move.

For more details on Cellphone Numbering in India, click here

Special thanks to Amrik Singh for this information.

Important Note: Sharing the precise name and address details of mobile number is crime in India. It is against the privacy law. Land lines are more associated to houses or organizations, where as Mobile is very personal. The purpose of this tool is to give you some directions of location of mobile, so that if you call the person, you know how you'll be billed. Or you could recall the person by knowing the state and operator

Thursday, December 11, 2008

Full Scholarships for PhD from University of Cambridge

I just came across this link and learnt that full scholarships are available for Doctoral Research degree from St. John's College, University of Cambridge. This would be really helpful for candidates who are academically brilliant but economically disadvantaged. If you know anybody for whom this link might be helpful, please feel free to forward it.

Complete Details:

Contact: Vishu Sharma, Scholarships, British Council. 17, Kasturba Gandhi Marg, New Delhi 110001, India

Tel +91 (0)11 23711401 (extn. 272) | Fax +91 (0) 11 23710717 | Direct tel: +91 (0)11 41497272

The deadline for submission is 31 December 2008