How to Hide Last Seen on WhatsApp on Android Devices officially

WhatsApp, after being acquired by Facebook, has finally rolled out the most awaited feature to hide last seen for android devices.

Follow the steps below :

1. Go to mobile Settings Menu and enable "Download from unknown sources" in security tab.

2. Go to official whatsapp website and download the latest Whatsapp version here :

3. Once the APK file is downloaded, Run it and select 'Package Installer'

4. You may get a message saying that this application will make certain changes to whatsapp.All your whatsapp data will remain intact.

5. Now your whatsapp version would be updated.

6. Head towards Whatsapp Settings -> Account -> Privacy. You can select Everybody, Contacts or No body as per your choice.

Note : If you hide your Last seen for others, even you won't be able to see Last Seen of them either.

Hope it helped. Share this and help your friends getting fired up for 'Last Seen' ! ;)

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List of new Trains announced in Railway Budget 2014

The Railway Budget 2014 was announced by Mr.Mallikarjun Kharge where he introduced new 72 trains. They include 17 Premium, 38 Express Trains, 10 Passenger Trains, 4 Memu and 3 Demu. Three trains will be extended and frequency of same number of trains will be increased.

Tip : To see trains from your place, Press CTRL + F and type your place name.

The list of the new announced trains are :

Premium Trains :

  1. Howrah - Pune AC Express (Bi-weekly) via Nagpur, Manmad
  2. Kamakhya - New Delhi AC Express (Weekly) via Chhapra, Varanasi
  3. Kamakhya - Chennai AC Express (Weekly) via Malda, Howrah
  4. Mumbai - Howrah AC Express (Bi-weekly) via Nagpur, Raipur
  5. Mumbai - Patna AC Express (Bi-weekly) via Khandwa, Itarsi, Manikpur
  6. Nizamuddin - Madgaon AC Express (Bi-weekly) via Kota, Vasai Road
  7. Sealdah -Jodhpur AC Express (Bi-weekly) via Mughalsarai
  8. Yesvantpur - Jaipur AC Express (Weekly) via Gulbarga, Pune, Vasai Road
  9. Ahmedabad - Delhi Sarai Rohilla Express (Tri-weekly) via Palanpur, Ajmer, Rewari
  10. Bandra - Amritsar Express (Weekly) Via Kota, New Delhi, Ambala
  11. Bandra (T) - Katra Express (Weekly) via Kota, New Delhi, Ambala
  12. Gorakhpur - New Delhi Express (Bi-weekly) via Lucknow, Moradabad
  13. Katra - Howrah Express (Weekly) Express via Mughalsarai, Varanasi, Saharanpur
  14. Mumbai - Gorakhpur Express ( Bi-weekly) via Khandwa, Jhansi, Kanpur
  15. Patna- Bangalore Express (Weekly) via Mughalsarai, Chheoki, Manikpur, Nagpur
  16. Yesvantpur - Katra Express (Weekly) via Gulbarga, Kacheguda, Nagpur, New Delhi
  17. Thiruvananthpuram - Bangalore (Yesvantpur) Express (Bi- weekly) via Erode, Tirupattur

Express Trains:

  1. Ahmedabad - Katra Express (Weekly) via Palanpur, Jaipur, Rewari, Hisar, Bathinda, Amritsar
  2. Ahmedabad - Lucknow Jn Express (Weekly) via Palanpur, Jaipur, Bandikui, Mathura, Kasganj
  3. Ahmedabad - Allahabad Express (Weekly) via Jalgaon, Khandwa, Itarsi, Satna, Manikpur
  4. Amritsar - Gorakhpur Express (Weekly) via Saharanpur, Moradabad, Sitapur Cantt.
  5. Aurangabad - Renigunta Express (Weekly) via Parbhani, Bidar, Vikarabad
  6. Bangalore - Chennai Express (Daily) via Bangarpet, Jolarpettai
  7. Bandra (T) - Lucknow Jn Express (Weekly) via Kota, Mathura, Kasganj
  8. Bareilly - Bhopal Express (Weekly) via Chandausi, Aligarh, Tundla, Agra
  9. Bhavnagar - Bandra Express (Weekly) via Ahmedabad
  10. Bhavnagar- Delhi Sarai Rohilla Link Express (Weekly)
  11. Gandhidham - Puri Express (Weekly)
  12. Gorakhpur - Pune Express (Weekly) via Lucknow, Kanpur, Bina, Manmad
  13. Guntur-Kacheguda Double Decker Express (Bi-weekly);
  14. Howrah - Yeswantpur AC Express (Weekly)via Bhubaneswar, Gudur, Katpadi
  15. Hubli - Mumbai Express (weekly) via Bijapur, Sholapur
  16. Hyderabad - Gulbarga Intercity (Daily)
  17. Jaipur - Chandigarh Intercity (Daily) via Jhajjar;
  18. Kacheguda - Tirupati Double Decker Express (Bi Weekly);
  19. Kota - Jammu Tawi Express (Weekly) via New Delhi, Ambala
  20. Kanpur - Bandra (T) Express (Weekly) via Kasganj, Mathura, Kota
  21. Lucknow - Kathgodam Express (Tri-weekly)
  22. Manduadih - Jabalpur Express (Weekly) via Allahabad, Manikpur, Satna
  23. Malda Town - Anand Vihar Express (Weekly) via Amethi & Rae Bareli;
  24. Mannargudi - Jodhpur Express (Weekly) via, Jaipur
  25. Mumbai - Chennai Express (Weekly) via Pune, Gulbarga, Wadi
  26. Mumbai - Gorakhpur Express (Weekly) via Gonda, Balrampur, Barhani (after gauge conversion);
  27. Mumbai - Karmali AC Express (Weekly) via Roha
  28. Nanded - Aurangabad Express (Weekly) via Purna, Parbhani
  29. Nagpur - Rewa Express (Weekly) via Satna
  30. Nagercoil - Kacheguda Express (Weekly) via Karur, Namakkal, Salem
  31. Pune - Lucknow Express (Weekly) via Khandwa, Bhopal, Bina, Jhansi, Kanpur
  32. Ramnagar - Chandigarh Express (Weekly) via Moradabad, Saharanpur
  33. Ranchi - New Jalpaiguri Express (Weekly) via Jhajha, Katihar
  34. Secunderabad - Visakhapatnam AC Express (Weekly) via Kazipeth, Vijaywada
  35. Santragachi - Anandvihar Express (Weekly)
  36. Srigangnagar - Jammu Tawi Express (Weekly) via Abohar, Bathinda, Dhuri
  37. Thiruvananathapuram-Nizamuddin Express (Bi-weekly) one day via Kottayam and one day via Allepey
  38. Varanasi - Mysore Express (Bi-weekly) via Wadi, Daund

Passenger trains :

  1. Bina - Katni Passenger (Daily)
  2. Dekargaon - Naharlagun Passenger (Daily) after completion of new line
  3. Gunupur - Visakhapatnam Passenger (Daily)
  4. Hubli - Belgaum Fast Passenger (Daily)
  5. Jaipur - Phulera Passenger (Daily)
  6. Mannargudi - Mayiladuthurai Passenger (Daily)
  7. Punalur - Kanniyakumari Passenger (Daily) via Kollam, Thiruvananthapuram
  8. Sambalpur - Bhawanipatna Passenger (Daily)
  9. Tatanagar - Chakulia Passenger (Daily)
  10. Tiruchendur - Tirunelveli Passenger (Daily)

MEMU Trains:

  1. Anand - Dakor (Daily 2 services)
  2. Anuppur-Ambikapur (6 days a week)
  3. Delhi - Rohtak Passenger (Daily 2 services)
  4. Santragachi - Jhargram (5 days a week)

DEMU Trains:
  1. Morbi - Maliya Miyana
  2. Ratlam - Fatehabad Chandrawati Ganj (Daily) after gauge conversion
  3. Rewari - Rohtak (Daily)

Extension of Trains

  1. 14705/14706 Delhi Sarai Rohilla - Sujangarh Express to Jodhpur
  2. 15281/15282 Patna - Saharsa Express to Murliganj
  3. 15013 / 15014 Kathgodam - Bhagat Ki Kothi Ranikhet Express to Jaisalmer

Increase in Frequency:

  1. 16571/16572 Bidar - Yesvantpur Express 3 days to daily
  2. 17225/17226 Hubli - Vijayawada Express from 3 days to daily
  3. 17319/17320 Hubli - Secunderabad Express from 3 days to daily

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How do Petrol Pump Guys Cheat you and Rob your Money ?

(I am writing this post because I personally experienced this couple of times.

I could not resist myself to write this which could help lot of people to play safe.

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Are you a owner of a Four Wheeler, and do you get the fuel filled by trusting the fuel persons blindly and sitting inside the car ? Its time to tighten your shoe laces.

A big Fuel cheat / Short Fuelling is going across various fuel stations across nation, where the fuel filling person cheat people with tricky ways, and fill lesser fuel than what amount you pay, and unfortunately the customer gets no clue of it.

I personally have experienced that when you ask for a Rs. 1000 fuel, they fill for say Rs.600-700, distract you (by asking Vehicle number or taking something) and then they do something with meter and it shows Rs.1000. You're just filled for Rs.600-700 and the remaining 300-400 goes into their pockets. Imagine the daily number of customers getting faced with the same

Kiruba Shankar, a Chennai resident faced the same, but unlucky for the fuel station, he was not among those who could tolerate it and let it go. Thanks to Social media, he brought the issue on facebook and it went so viral with thousands of shares that even Times of India could not stop themselves covering it on their news.

Here's the video from Kiruba Shanker from the fuel station itself explaining how was he tried to be cheated by the Fuel station workers.

After all the drama, The concerned officials from Bharat Petroleum requested Kiruba to meet them personally. They explained all the steps taken against the station. Those fuel station workers were fired from work, finding them guilty after the investigation, and few tips were given to be safe against those cheating happening.

How to be Safe : Next time you get your vehicle Fueled, Make sure about the things below :

Most of the cheating is done with customers who come in four wheelers because the person in the car/SUV does not bother to either get out or look at the meter. 

  • Come out of your vehicle and keep an eye on the Fuel meter from ZERO till the exact amount of what you want to get filled. Never get distracted to any foolish things or questions in between. Ask them to wait untill the filling is done.

Few of my friends told me, The petrol pump guy asked them "You're shirt looks nice, from where did you bought it, or they may ask your car number, as if they don't have eyes to peep on the number plate"

  • One traditional way of cheating is to start the fueling from the previous person's last reading. If the previous person did a Rs.100 fueling, and if a reset is not done, your fueling will start directly from 100, to  101 .. 102 and so on, so you'll be losing Rs.100 fuel. Always check ZERO on the fuel pump screen.

  • Another way these staff cheat is by pressing the 'preset' buttons for Rs.100, Rs.500 or Rs.1000. If you wanted fuel for Rs.500, half way through, they will press the preset button which will show Rs.500 in the display but only half the fuel would be filled. Ask for uneven numbers like Rs.535 or Rs.1385. It reduces the cheating level drastically. 

Share the post and bring the awareness to save a lot of people getting cheated. Play safe and happy fueling.

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Social Media Week powered by Nokia on Feb 17-21

Social Media Week, partnering with Nokia, will explore what this all means on a global scale. In our sixth year of operation, reaching attendees in 26 cities, together with an online audience of 1M who connect via streaming video, social, and mobile experiences, The Future of Now will be our global focus for the next 12 months.

Social Media Week is scheduled to happen on Feb 17-21, 2014 where the SMW is giving you the chance to be the official reporter and fly down to New York and cover the entire event officially.

The Social media week would be celebrated in 8 major cities as Bangalore, Barcelona, Copenhagen, Hamburg, Lagos, Milan, New York, and Tokyo.

Akash Jain, Founder of Allrounder, has taken part in the #SMWReporter campaign showcasing the creativity, Love for Social media and the Social Media achievements in the video below. Do spread a word about it if you really love.

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