A Farewell to Orkut from Sachin Karpe

Orkut, Sachin Karpe

It’s time for a decade old journey to come to an end with Orkut’s official announcement to say a goodbye. It is official declared at Orkut will shut down on 30th September 2014. This social networking site has become extremely popular in 20th Century, allowing users to connect with like-minded people. Mr. Sachin Karpe thinks that Orkut has given the online users the window to enjoy online interaction with thousands of people, irrespective of the location.

Orkut was introduced by Google to reach out to masses who are interested in meeting new people and connecting with people they know. Interactions, photo sharing, testimonials had made Orkut extremely popular, explained Mr. Sachin Karpe. According to him, Orkut died out very soon because of the launch of many other social sites and evolving layouts and features have outpaced Orkut’s growth. But, this farewell will be the last bid to the world of social testimonials.

The firm has decided to focus their vigor and resources on making the other social platforms such as Google Plus, YouTube and Bloggers to provide much better experience for everyone who uses them. Mr. Sachin Karpe indicates that with this step, the firm is likely to bring in more features for users on other platforms, allowing them to spark more conversations and build more connections.


Hyundai Motors Recalls Elantra from US market

Hyundai, Sachin Karpe
Hyundai Motor Co has recalled 58,000 Elantra cars in North America and Canada says Sachin Karpe. These models were manufactured between 2010 and 2012. Due to a manufacturing defect in the support bracket, the car’s air bag deployment could go faulty. US safety regulator has ordered for recall, fearing danger in safety. About 35000 cars have been recalled in US and some 23000 in Canada.

Idea Cellular Inks a Tri-Party Deal to Offer Internet

Idea Mobile, Sachin Karpe
Idea Cellular’s 137 million subscribers will now have access to sponsored mobile data through sponsored web passes, after it inked a deal with Opera Software and Quikr says Sachin Karpe.

The deal will enable more Indians to get online experience through internet on their mobile phones.
A web pass is an alternative to monthly data plans for consumers who do not require full-time internet access. This solution provides affordable internet packages, tailor-made to enable internet access for particular timelines or websites, such as Facebook access for a day or internet access for an hour at just Re. 1, reported a leading business daily.

Indian Restaurant Wins Accolades in UK

Indian Restaurants, Sachin Karpe

Indian food is loved across globe exclaims Sachin Karpe. A recent testimony to it was established in Britain when an Indian restaurant namely Gymkhana was named as the National Restaurant of the Year. Situated in London’s Mayfair area, the restaurant had opened in 13 September and has been widely appreciated by renowned culinary experts in World. A large chunk of Indian diasporas have been instrumental in popularizing the restaurant. With many like restaurants already functional in UK, Gymkhana battled out several other players to become a top of the mind recall for many Indians residing in UK.

Ranbaxy Wins FDA Approval Says Sachin Karpe

Ranbaxy, Sachin Karpe

Ranbaxy won approval to produce a long-delayed generic version of Novartis AG NOVN.VX -0.31% ‘s blockbuster blood-pressure drug Diovan says Sachin Karpe. This approval will be prove important in improving company’s prospects after years of regulatory problems. This production was to begin in 2012 but Food and Drug Administration had banned export of this drug to US. Ranbaxy;s New Jersey based subsidiary Ohm Laboratories will make the drug.

Movies Every Entrepreneur Needs to Watch by Sachin Karpe

Movies Entrepreneur, Sachin Karpe

Movies Every Entrepreneur Needs to Watch says Sachin Karpe. The Social Network: It was no surprise that The Social Network was a blockbuster when it was released in 2010. After all, everyone wanted to see how Mark Zuckerberg became transformed from a Harvard student to launching the most popular social-media network in the world. Glengarry Glen Ross: Based on David Mamet’s Pulitzer Prize-winning play, this film explores the cutthroat world of Chicago real estate. Glengarry Glen Ross takes a closer look at the lies and betrayals people endure just to succeed in business. Citizen Kane: Even if you’re not an entrepreneur, watch Orson Welles’ 1941 masterpiece. The film revolves around the life of a fictitious Charles Foster Kane, a newspaper tycoon loosely based on William Randolph Hearst and his quest for fortune and power. In the end, however, Kane comes to understand what’s really important in life says Sachin Karpe