Sobha Dream Series Panathur Road Balagere Bangalore

Sobha Dream Series is all new conception of Sobha Developers, the real estate giant. This is one of the most technologically advanced and comfortable residential property of the group, which is ideally located in the midst of Bangalore’s Golden Quadrilateral, this massive development – spread across 81 acres – gives access to all major work hubs, leisure centres and respected educational institutions. Sobha Dream Series project will have abundant green space for sports and recreational facilities as also natural lighting and ventilation.
The skillful architects of Sobha Dream Series Bangalore project have been done with the widespread usage of advance construction techniques, hence this residential projects is regarded one of the highly commendable address providing pleasure and luxury to each and every resident. The area surrounding the Sobha Dream Series has sprawling green grounds spread across the huge acres. It is the most charming view that would leave you spellbound every time you open your eyes to look at it.

Sobha Dream Series Key Highlights

  • Total Land area 81 Acres
  • Total No of units 6500+
  • Typology: 1BHK & 2 BHK
  • The latest in Precast Technology from a brand new factory at site
  • Grand outdoors with 80% open space
  • World class Amenities with 5 Clubhouses & 5 Swimming Pools

Sobha Dream Series Payment Plan

Booking: Rs. 3,00,000 to book
Payable within 30 days of booking minus booking amount: 10%
20% Payable within 30 days of Payment request letter
8% On Completion of Lower Basement Roof Slab
8% On Completion of first Floor Slab
8% On Completion of fourth Floor Slab
8% On Completion of seventh Floor Slab
8% On Completion of tenth Floor Slab
10% On Completion of terrace Floor Slab
10% On completion of internal flooring in all apartments excluding Shafts, Utilities, Balconies, Common Area, Ducts, etc.
10% On completion of internal doors and windows in all apartments excluding Utilities, Balconies, Common Area, Ducts, Shafts,etc.
NoteSobha Dream Series is in pre-launch stage, the project specifications, prices and other details are available on request.

Sobha Dream Series Amenities

Sport amenities 
Sobha Dream Series knows how sports activities can play a major role in keeping you physically and mentally active. For this reason, the experts at Sobha Dream Series have made arrangements for the following types of sports activities for you:
  • Badminton
  • Basketball
  • Table tennis
  • Billiards
  • Wall climbing
  • Skating rink
  • Bowling alley
  • Putting green
Squash courts are being constructed right now that will come finished with hardwood flooring and with shock pad support.
Health activities
Besides mainstream sporting activities, there is also a range of other health activities that can you can be a part of when you are at Sobha Dream Series. So for all serious health buffs, Sobha Dream Series brings the following cool amenities:
  • Yoga hall
  • Meditation space
  • Acupressure walk
  • Gymnasium
  • Nordic walking track
  • Sauna
  • Covered pool
  • Jogging
Relaxation
When it comes to a healthy mind and body, relaxation plays a very important part. Check out the various relaxing avenues that Sobha Dream Series has to offer.
  • Herbal garden
  • Rock garden
  • Children’s park
  • Zen and Bonsai garden
Entertainment
Sobha Dream Series is not short of entertainment either. You will find plenty of avenues at Sobha Dream Series to have a great time.
  • Barbeque point
  • Star gazing point
  • Multi-purpose hall
  • Amphitheater
Apart from the various amenities discussed above, Sobha Dream Series also offers a number of value added amenities as well. Here is a look at the various additional amenities this housing project has to offer.
  • Departmental store
  • Laundry
  • Library
  • Business center
  • Wi-fi club house
  • Plenty of parking space
  • Advanced security systems
  • Grand entrance plaza
Apart from the amenities discussed above, Sobha Dream Series has a lot more to offer to its tenants as well. All of the rooms come furnished with some of the best materials in the market. Moreover, the properties come with state of the art flooring as well as sanitary and plumbing facilities. The rooms come with high quality wooden flooring that provides them with a hint of plush aristocracy. The door and windows are also constructed in superior wooden material. The main doors would be made in teak wood material and the other doors within the property would be made out of beech wood.
To make sure that the people living within these properties are not disturbed by mosquitoes, mosquito mesh is going to be provided with all of the windows. There is also a solid power system that will not only provide continuous power supply to the entire housing project, but a back power system is present to provide for additional power requirements. Such facilities will certainly make it easy and convenient for people to stay at Sobha Dream Series.

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Hindi online radio stations


Hindi FM

Below their is all Over world Hindi FM Radio Stations .Select one of them to listen Online

Radio Mirchi -It's HOt   
Radio City 91.1 -India s first and leading FM radio station
Masti Tunes -Top Bhangra and Punjabi songs
My FM 94.3 -Jiyo Dil Se
Fever 104 Fm -Leading Bollywood Hindi FM Radio
City 101.6 FM -Hindi songs live from Dubai
Radio Nimbooda -Bollywood and Tamil songs from Paris 
Sunrise Radio Fm -Hindi Hits Top Rated Songs  24/7 online
Top FM Radio -Best Mix Hindi Songs 24/7
Bombay Beats FM -Hindi Non Stop Radio Station
Big 92.7 FM -Suno Sunao Life Banao
Mast Radio -POP and Hit Songs from USA
Kismat Radio -India Music Broadcasting from UK
Humsafar Radio -Hindi,Punjabi,English live from Canada
Radio Afsana -Hindi Mix Masala,Remixes,Bhangra  24/7
Mera Sangeet -Best Hindi Songs
Easy 96 Radio -Hit Songs in Hindi,Punjabi 24/7 From USA 
Radio Spice 105.4 FM -24/7 From Dubai
Cloud FM- Hit Songs From Pakistan & India  24/7
Amor FM 105.4- From Netherlands Live 24/7
Desi Radio-Live From West London 24/7
KBRZ AM 1460 Radio -Live From USA
Salaam Namaste Radio -Famous  Radio Station From Noida
Brisvaani Radio -Best Hindi Song 24/7
89.1 Radio 4 Fm - Dubai -Live from Dubai
Radio Maska -India First Live Online Bollyd Internet Radio
BBC Hindi Radio -It's 24/7
Dhoom FM -USA first South Asian FM radio station 24/7 
Radio Twist -It's 24/7
Red FM 93.5 -Bajate Raho
Radio Mantra FM -Hindi and English song
Oye FM 104.8 -pop song
Radio Dhamaal 106.4 -Dhamaal Dhamaal
Madhur Sangeet Online -Live from USA
Radio Teen Taal -Live from Paris 
Radio Trishul -Trishul 
Craze FM -Live  from Pakistan 
Radio Sadaa-Sadaaaaa
World Hit Radio -HAHAH World Radio
Radio SBS FM -From Australia 
GuyanaNJ FM -All Desi Songs 
Ishara FM Radio -It's Ishara
106.2 HUM FM -Live from UAE
Radio NRI 24/7 -One of The Best From USA
Apna eRadio -Live from Pakistan 
Mumbai Masti Radio -Mumbai Radio
Taal FM -Form Paris
Fun Asia FM -It's Fun
Om Shanti Radio -Old is Gold  
Apna 990 AM -Hindi Radio Station From New Zealand 
Desi Music Mix -All in One
TBSN FM -ohhhhaa
Kripalu Bhakti Radio -Broadcasting from USA

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SPEED UP PC

                            HOW TO SPEED UP YOUR PC


Hi,friend today i am going to show you how do you speed up your computer and aslo how to make your computer faster .How To Increase Internet Speed



  • Dont try to edit register because window wont co-prate than  
  • you should boot up your pc first before doing anything
  • you should refresh the desktop after closing any app.It would remove useless files from Ram
  • Dont use  big size theme because it reduce speed of your pc 
  • Try to keep small kb size of wallpaper
  • Go to run and type "msconfig" u would see "startup tab" click than and disable unnessary program that's start when windows start
  • Dont put to much icon in your desktop because it use space in ram
  • You should empty recycle bin regularly 
  • Delete temp file ==>go to cmd and type "temp" now press enter delete all file that u see....same as type"%temp%".and delete all file u see
  • Uninstall all useless software
  • Use "Xp repair " software to repair error in xp. 
  • you can use software like c cleaner aslo to improve your computer speed.
  • Use "tera copy" software for copy paste .The data you have copied ,it would try to paste it faster 
  • Dont use to more than one antivirus software because it would reduce your speed .
  • You should clean you pc fan twice a month.
  • Delete cache file from you browser to browse fast
  • Formate your hard driver every two month to increase your speed

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Speed Up Your Network and Internet Access



               how to increase internet speed
This excerpt is from my book, Hacking Windows XP, shows you how to tweak the Windows XP System Registry settings to improve network and Internet speed.
The speed of your network connection doesn't just depend on the speed of your hardware. Windows is an operating system that is designed to work on a variety of different hardware and network setups. Because of the abstract nature of the operating system, it cannot be optimized for user-specific hardware setups.
Depending on the type of network connection you have, you might be able to tweak your connection so that the speed of your Internet, as well as your local area network, will be faster. By hacking the System Registry and editing the TCP/IP parameters, you can fine-tune the values to take advantage of more reliable, faster Internet connections, such as DSL and cable.
These next sections will guide you through the steps of increasing both the speed of your local area network and your Internet connection.
Does your computer slow down when you browse your local area network and connect to other computers that are sharing data? One of the most common causes of this slowdown is a feature of Windows Explorer that looks for scheduled tasks on remote computers. This effort can take some time on some computers and can really slow down your browsing. The window with which you are browsing the network may appear to freeze momentarily, as the system is waiting for a response from the remote computer.
Although this problem is a complex one, the solution is very simple. Instead of having to wait for the remote scheduled tasks, which is useless information to anyone who is not a system administrator remotely configuring scheduled tasks, you can disable this feature.
In order to do this, you will have to hack the System Registry and delete a reference to a key so that this feature will not be loaded. To do this, follow these steps:
  1. Open up the Registry Editor by clicking the Start Menu and selecting Run. Then type regedit in the text box and click the OK button.
  2. Once the Registry Editor has loaded, expand the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE key.
  3. Next, expand Software and then Microsoft.
  4. Locate Windows and expand that as well.
  5. You will want to be editing the main system files, so expand CurrentVersion.
  6. Because this feature is a feature of the Windows component known as Explorer, expand the Explorer key.
  7. Next, you will want to modify the remote computer settings, so expand the RemoteComputer key and then expand the NameSpace key to show all of the features that are enabled when you browse to a remote computer.
  8. In the NameSpace folder you will find two entries. One is "{2227A280-3AEA-1069-A2DE-08002B30309D}" which tells Explorer to show printers shared on the remote machine. The other, "{D6277990-4C6A-11CF-8D87-00AA0060F5BF}," tells Explorer to show remote scheduled tasks. This is the one that you should delete. This can be done by right-clicking the name of the key and selecting Delete.
Tip:
If you have no use for viewing remote shared printers and are really only interested in shared files, consider deleting the printers key, "{2227A280-3AEA-1069-A2DE-08002B30309D}", as well. This will also boost your browsing speed.
Once you have deleted the key, you just need to restart and the changes will be in effect. Now your network computer browsing will be without needless delays
Disabling unneeded protocols
With every computer comes programs installed that you do not need. As with extra programs taking up space, extra protocols are just wasting your network connection and can actually slow it down. How is this possible? By default, a few different protocols are installed on your computer to allow for maximum compatibility with other computers on a network; these protocols each require bandwidth to operate. Most users will not use too many protocols, and their computers will use up a portion of their connection as they respond and transmit information for these protocols.
Additionally, with extra protocols installed on your network adapter connected to the Internet, you increase your risk of security-related problems. One of the most common risks for broadband users is that they have the Client for Microsoft Networks networking protocol enabled on their connection. This protocol allows everyone in their neighborhood to connect to the users' computers and view any files that they may be sharing. This fact alone should be a good enough reason for you to turn off the extra protocols. But with them disabled, you will also save a little bandwidth as well.
Viewing protocols on your network adapters
Viewing the protocols installed and active on your various network adapters is easy. Just follow these quick steps and you will be viewing them in no time:
  1. Right-click the My Network Places icon on the desktop or in the Start Menu and select Properties. If the My Network Places icon is not in either of those locations, then go to the Control Panel and click the Network Connections icon that is shown under the Classic view.
  2. Next, right-click the network adapter with which you want to view the network protocols and select Properties.
  3. This will bring up a list of the protocols installed as well as active on your adapter, as Figure 11-11 shows. The protocols that are installed but not active are indicated by the absence of a check in the checkbox.


Disabling a specific protocol
Now that you have the list of installed and active protocols on your screen, you are ready to disable a protocol. To do so, just click the check box to remove the check. Then click the OK button and the protocol is no longer active on the network adapter.
I highly recommend that you disable all protocols except for the TCP/IP protocol (also referred to as the Internet Protocol). Doing so will optimize your adapter for speed and security.
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Be aware that if you remove the Client for Microsoft Networks protocol and the file-sharing protocol, you will no longer be able to share your files. Additionally, you will no longer be able to connect to remote computers to view their shared files.
Also keep in mind that if you have multiple adapters in your machines, such as a wireless adapter, a wired network adapter, and a dialup modem, you will have to repeat the preceding instructions for each adapter.
Tweaking your Internet connection for speed
Almost every computer user has different Internet connection conditions. Some users have very high-speed connections, while others have slow connections. Some users have high-speed connections using cable-based technologies, while others have high-speed connection through DSL-based technologies. On top of these differences, some are located farther away from their local network switching station than others and have a higher latency (delay) on their connections because of the distance the data has to travel. All of these different connection conditions make every user unique.
The TCP/IP protocol settings can be optimized for best speed under each of these situations. By default, Windows XP has these settings set in a "one size fits all" approach. As I mentioned earlier, Windows has to be abstract in certain areas because of its broad user base. Because of this approach, many users can fine-tune their settings to be optimal for their connection conditions. Doing so will optimize the data transferred so your network connection will be more efficient, leading to high speeds.


With a little help from some fine online tools and software programs, you can test your Internet connection and decide what needs fine-tuning. The process of tweaking your Internet connection is not always easy, but it is doable.
Caution: Before going any further, you are strongly advised to create a system restore point, so that if things go wrong, which is not very likely, you will have a backup.
The next step in the tweaking process is to get all of the software that is needed. The main software program that you will use is called CableNut, which is developed by CableNut Software and is available for free at www.cablenut.com. CableNut is a great program that allows users to edit their Internet settings easily. Visit their Web page and download and install the latest copy.
Calculating settings for CableNut
Once you have downloaded CableNut, you are ready to start getting information to use with the program. The first value that you will need to calculate is the latency of your connection when it is active. To do this, you will use the trace route command built into Windows XP. Follow these steps to get the latency value to use for your connection:
  1. First, open up a Command Prompt window. This can be done by clicking the Start Menu and selecting Run. Then type cmd in the text box and click the OK button.
  2. Once Command Prompt is loaded, you are ready for the next part. Because you will need to test your connection when it is active, you will need to find something large to download that will run the duration of the test, which will be approximately 30 seconds. I recommend that you head over to www.microsoft.com/downloads and find some huge file, such as the .NET SDK framework, which is over 100,000 KBs. For the test, you want a file big enough so it will be downloading throughout the whole test. Those of you on a dialup connection can pick a much smaller file than those on a high-speed connection.
  3. Once you have your download test file picked out, start the download and switch back to the Command Prompt window. In that window, type tracert www.tweakxp.com. During the test, you will see many times displayed in milliseconds. After the test finishes, pick the highest time, as shown in Figure 11-12. This is the number that you will use as your latency. Also, feel free to cancel the download after the test is finished.
Entering the latency value into CableNut
Now that you have the latency value calculated, you are ready to enter this information into a great online CableNut settings calculator written by Joe Zeiler, who is one of the talented moderators at the TweakXP.com support forums. Open up your Web browser and visit www.j79zlr.com/cablenutXP2k.php(the URL is case-sensitive!), then follow these steps to get the values to enter into CableNut:
  1. Once you have opened up the site, the first part of using the settings calculator is to select your connection type from the drop-down box.
  2. Next, you will have to do a little research and find out exactly what your upload and download speeds should be for your Internet connection. I had to contact Comcast, my ISP, to find out the exact values, because the values are not always advertised. Once, you get those values, make sure that they are in kilobits per second and not kilobytes per second (KB= kilobytes; Kb= kilobits), then enter them in the corresponding text boxes on the Web page.
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  3. Enter the latency value that you calculated earlier into the latency text box on the Web page and then click the Calculate button.
  4. After you hit the Compute Settings button, scroll down and you will see the values that were calculated. Now, you are almost done. Continue scrolling down until you see a button labeled CCS File Generator under the Cablenut setting files section. Click that button and a new window will pop up with some text in it. Make sure that you have any pop-up blockers disabled when you are using the calculator.
  5. Use the mouse and select all of the text and numbers that are displayed in the pop-up window. Right-click the mouse and select copy to copy all of the text on the page to the clipboard.
  6. Now open up Notepad from the Accessories folder. In the blank Notepad window, paste the contents of the clipboard by right-clicking the white background and selecting Paste.
  7. Once Notepad is displaying the information that you copied from the pop-up window, all that is left is to save the file in the CableNut format. To do this, click the File menu bar item and select Save As. Then in the Save As Type drop-down box, select All Files. Key in myCableNutSettings.ccs in the file name text box. Specify the Save location, such as the desktop, and click the Save button.
You are now finished with the calculations that will optimize your Internet connection. That wasn't too hard now, was it?
Using CableNut to adjust settings
Now that you have created your CableNut settings file, or will be using the 56K settings file, you are ready to start using CableNut. Follow these steps to import the new optimized settings into your system:
  1. Start up the CableNut application by opening the Start Menu and browsing to the CableNut folder and selecting the adjuster application.
  2. When CableNut has loaded, click the File menu bar item and select Open Custom Settings File. Navigate to where you saved your settings file, or if you are a 56K user, use the file that is on the companion CD, called 56K_CableNut.ccs, and then click the Open button.
  3. Now you will see the information boxes for all of the different parameters filled with your connection-specific information, as shown in Figure 11-13. The last step is to click the Save to Registry button and you are finished. After you click the Save button, reboot, and your new settings will be in effect.
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    Caution:
    According to www.j79zlr.com/cablenutXP2k.php, some of the CableNut settings can cause problems for a small amount of DSL customers. If you are experiencing network problems after optimizing your connection, use System Restore to revert to your last restore point. You may try the settings again, but blank out the MaxNormLookupMemory, MaxFreeTcbs, MaxHashTableSize, and FastSendDatagramThreshhold fields before applying.

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