Monday, 28 January 2013

The Mumbai Airport operator on Monday moved the Bombay high court seeking pending dues and attachment of properties belonging to grounded Kingfisher Airlines (KFA).


The Mumbai Airport operator on Monday moved the Bombay high court seeking pending dues and attachment of properties belonging to grounded Kingfisher Airlines (KFA).

Sources said the Mumbai International Airport Limited (Mial), the GVK-led private consortium which operates the city


Airport, filed a summary suit over pending dues worth approximately Rs. 35 crore. A summary suit is filed for speedier recovery of funds when the defendant does not dispute default of payments.
“The airline has not cleared bills worth Rs. 18 crore as landing and parking fees, and Rs. 17 crore in passenger service fees,” said an airport official.

Sources said the assets proposed for attachment comprise four Kingfisher aircraft parked at the city airport, since the airline does not possess any other properties in the airport’s premises. The court has asked the airline to reply within two weeks.

A KFA spokesperson refused to comment.

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Harmony comes gradually to a Pilot and his / her Air Plane.



Harmony comes gradually to a Pilot and his / her Air Plane. 

The Wing does not want so much to Fly true as to tug at the hands that guide it; the ship would rather hunt the wind than lay her nose to the Horizon far ahead. 

She has a derelict quality in her character; she toys with freedom and hints at liberation, but yields her own desires gently.




Pilots quotes and sayings,



One of the most important skills that a 
Pilot must develop is the skill to ignore 
those things that were designed 
by 
non-Pilots
to get the Pilot's attention.




A Good Pilot Always Learning

Sunday, 27 January 2013

Difference between a Pilot and an Aviator,



One of the most important skills that 
a Pilot must develop
is the skill to ignore those things
that were designed by non-Pilots 
to get the Pilot's attention.

A Good Pilot Always Learning

First Coast Job Market damaged by Global Recession, Real Estate, Home Construction and Financing posts on the skids





As the Great Recession has set back and even wiped out countless middle-class jobs worldwide, First Coast economists warn job hunters to gear their professional interests away from some traditional trades.
Candace Moody, vice president of communications for WorkSource on the First Coast, said the North Florida job market is hardly unscathed.
“The first [trade] that comes to mind is construction,” Moody said. “It wasn’t that long ago that every single construction worker on the First Coast was employed.”
Part of the trigger to the recession was the collapse of the housing market, and in Northeast Florida that left a glut of new homes. Moody said home construction will obviously continue at some pace, but it’s not likely to return to the level and corresponding employment seen before 2008.
“That will probably never be replicated,” she said. “Most of those workers found that when we had a surplus of homes with foreclosures coming on [and] are not going to find work again.”
WorkSource, which helps residents in six First Coast counties develop careers, is already retraining construction workers to apply their skills to commercial construction, which has vast technical differences than residential construction.
University of North Florida economist Paul Mason said although most First Coast professions remain intact after the recession, specialized occupations have been affected.
“There’s a sizeable hit to financial services that’s going to be slow to recover,” Mason said. “They’ve in effect wiped out middle management.”
In Jacksonville alone, Mason said, that means hundreds of jobs. He said mergers such as Wachovia with Wells Fargo has disrupted a stable entry-level managerial workforce. He added some institutions have simply pulled up stakes and left town as a result of the financial upheaval or even before the recession.
The Florida Department of Economic Opportunity figures released last week that showed there was a uptick of 1,200 additional jobs added to the financial sector in Jacksonville in 2012. But there are fewer of the positions that used to be offered to new college graduates.
“It’s definitely gotten better, but if you go back to the 1990s and before 2006, people were getting those entry-level managements jobs,” Mason said.
Moody said jobs such as mortgage brokers and even real estate agents have been severely reduced because of the unstable housing market.
Investor services also have downsized, Mason said, as stock brokerage firms have consolidated and cut their personnel.
Even service-industry jobs for those workers right out of high school are in jeopardy, Moody said.
“A lot of young people are not getting those jobs that we grew up on as teenagers,” she said. “Companies like McDonald’s are putting in automated drink servers for the customers themselves. … All those things that used to be done manually are now being done by technology and that’s going to accelerate.”
The same goes for manufacturing and logistics, which also are using automation to load goods onto trucks and trains from warehouses, Moody said.
WorkSource trains about 3,000 people each year for career transitions, Moody said. Much of that now focuses on people moving into the health-care industry.
“Health care, and this is true in the state as well, never went into negative job numbers. Even during the height of the recession it was still creating jobs here on the First Coast,” Moody said. “It’s an incredibly important industry. As the baby boomer population ages, we’re going to need more and more health services.”
Mason said job seekers who are either looking to change careers or who are coming out of college should start arming themselves with more than just a standard college degree.
“The economy is going to depend on high tech and those occupations that are dependent on education beyond a bachelor’s degree,” Mason said. “One recommendation I have is that students seek graduate-level education.
“That’s because the acceleration in salaries is often going to be dependent on the level of education that you’ve acquired. The standard management-trainee kind of jobs have diminished dramatically.”



































Jobs casualties of recession
Toledo Blade
A robot paints brake drums at Webb Wheel Products in Cullman, Ala. Webb Wheel hasn't added a factory worker in three years, though it's making 300,000 more drums annually, a 25 percent increase, because of robots. ASSOCIATED PRESS Enlarge ...
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Toledo Blade
First Coast job market damaged by recession, home construction and financing ...
Florida Times-Union
As the Great Recession has set back and even wiped out countless middle-class jobs worldwide, First Coast economists warn job hunters to gear their professional interests away from some traditional trades. Candace Moody, vice president of ...
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Normal's general fund surplus returning to pre-recession level
Bloomington Pantagraph
NORMAL — A plan to return Normal's general fund surplus to a pre-recession level is working. Finance Director Andrew Huhn told the council during a budget work session Saturday that the general fund's reserve fund is expected to be at nearly 12 ...
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Clegg Says UK to Continue Fiscal Squeeze Amid Recession Threat
Businessweek
The economy shrank 0.3 percent in the fourth quarter, putting the U.K. on the brink of an unprecedented triple-dip recession, data published Jan. 25 showed. Clegg, who leads the minority Liberal Democrat party, also said Prime Minister David Cameron's ...
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Licking County enjoys best of (post-recession) times
The Newark Advocate
NEWARK — It was the best of post-recession times, just a few years removed from the one of the worst economic periods in Licking County history. All major economic indicators improved in 2012, some dramatically, except for commercial building, which ...
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Fleeing Recession, Europeans Head to Latin America But Encounter Red Tape
Fox News
Santiago, Chile – Geologist David Rodríguez and actress Cristina Pascual, two of the nearly six million Spaniards left jobless in the European recession, fled to Latin America last year, figuring their futures would be brighter in the booming economies ...
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Bucking the recession, small Oregon mill finds a successful wood products niche
OregonLive.com
Enlarge Beth Nakamura, The Oregonian January 14, 2013 - Elk Creek Forest Products employee Alex Espartaz prepares a beam for trimming. The Independence mill found a successful niche remanufacturing lumber and filling custom orders for high-end ...
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OregonLive.com
Jobs lost in recession paid much more than new jobs pay
Winston-Salem Journal
WASHINGTON -- I listen to presidential speeches with an ear to the parts about personal finance. In President Obama's second inaugural, he made a few interesting points. The first reference came when he said, “For we, the people, understand that our ...
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Getting hit both ways
Boston.com
Over the past six years, a period marred by the recession that began in December 2007, the value of most residents' biggest asset, their home, has diminished. Still, their property tax bills continue to rise, even as Governor Deval Patrick proposes an ...
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Saturday, 26 January 2013

A Lesson In Psychology




¤ When A Person Laughs
2 Much Even On Stupid
Things,
Be Sure That Person Is
Sad Deep Inside.

¤ When A Person Sleeps
Alot, Be Sure Dat Person
Is Lonely.

¤ When A Person Talks
Less, And If He Talks,
He Talks Fast Then It
Means That Person Keeps
Secrets.

¤ When Someone Can't
Cry Then That Person Is
Weak.

¤ When Someone Eats In
Abnormal Way Then That
Person Is In Tension.

¤ When Someone Cry On
Little Things Then It
Means
He Is Innocent & Soft
Hearted.

¤ When Someone Gets
Angry On Silly Or Small
Things It Means He Is In
Love.

So True, Try To See All
These In Real Life, U Will
Find All.




 Wish you a very Happy Republic Day 2013. You can use our collection of Greetings and wishes for personal use (mobile phones) only, to wish your friends or relatives on this Wish you a very Happy 64th Republic Day of India.




A Poor Boy loved a Rich Girl.




One day the boy proposed her. Then the girl said, "listen! your monthly salary is my daily hand expenses. Should I be involved with you? How could you thought that ? 



I will never love you.

So, forget me 'n get engaged with someone else of your level." 

But somehow the boy could not forget her so easily. 



10 years later. One day they became face to face in a Shopping Center in New York. 

The lady said, "Hey! you! How are you ? 

NowI'm married. Do you know how much is my husband's salary? Rs. 2 hundred Thousand per month! Can you imagine ? 'n he is also very smart." 

The guy's eyes got wet with tear by hearing those words. 




After few minutes her husband came before the lady could say something to the guy, her husband started to say by seeing the guy. 


"Sir! You here ? 

Meet my wife." 


Then he said to her wife, 

"I'm going to assist a project of Sir, which is of Rs. 2 Billion US Dollars. 

'n do u know a fact ? 


Sir loved a girl but he didn't get her. 

That's why still he is UnMarried. How much lucky the girl was. 

Isn't it? Now a days who can love like that way?" 



Moral :: Life is not so short. So, don't be so proud of yourself and damn others. Situations change with Time. 
Every one should respect other's love and Feelings