Finally the much awaited sports bike for youngsters, the CBR 250R by the automobile giant, Honda, was officially launched yesterday, 19th June 2011, in a grand event at the new happening and promising place of Udaipur, The Celebration Mall.
In the event, there were performances by the Sparkle group, and the entire event was hosted by the very popular RJ Ankit Mathur. During the event, Mr. Sandeep Rana, Sales In-charge (Rajasthan area), Honda motorcycle and scooters Pvt. Ltd. unveiled the new devil, and handed over the keys of the bike to Mr. Loveneet Bhati.
On behalf of Lakecity Honda, Mr. Sheel Mohan Sharma, and the entire team was present in the launch event. He informed that the bike will be available in two different models and 3 attractive and sporty colours. The main attraction of the bike will be its sporty and unique design, provision of Anti Lock Braking System or the ABS, Liquid Cooled PGM-Fi fuel injected 250cc engine, broad tubeless tyres, comfortable seating position, and many more features. This new sporty attraction on roads of Udaipur is available via bookings.
Here are a few captures from the event:
For all the Bike Lovers, here are a few more snaps of a closer look at the new Devil in the town:
Hello Udaipurites, as we see you with the best and something different, we bring you a review of crossword, the popular book store chain. Situated in The Celebration Mall, Bhuwana, Crossword invites you with a friendly and silent ambiance.
Crossword, with Seventy Stores across Ahmedabad, Aurangabad, Amritsar, Bhopal, Bengalooru, Delhi, Hyderabad, Jaipur, Kolkata, Mumbai, Nagpur, Nasik, Pune, Vadodara, Udaipur etc. is India’s fastest growing chain of bookstores.
Since its inception in 15th October 1992, Crossword aims to be a point of interaction where authors and poets hold court, where children get delighted. The name Crossword states the entire story as it is a space created to seek information, to gain knowledge or one can just enjoy reading. Crossword stocks the widest and the latest range of Books, Movies, Music, Toys, Stationery, Magazines and DVD’s etc.
The books are arranged in proper section where one can easily classify his taste. This bookstore has books from all around the world which makes it a better place. It’s a big store as soon as you enter the store you will see different sections and also the best recommended books by Cross word. The best thing is it’s not necessary for you to buy a book if you have entered you can sit and read the book if you wish you buy or else visit again and complete the boo. This is one of the store which conducts launch of books on a very regular basis and a huge crowd is attracted for this as the author talks about the book and also gives an overview of the same. Yet, a better room for reading section would be appreciated.
So if you feel like just going and reading surfing books the best place to visit in town is “CROSSWORD”
Here are a few glimpses of the new world of books in Udaipur
The Technical sessions were held on schedule from 9:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. where the invited speaker Dr. Sunil Joshi from MPUAT, Udaipur discussed about the future research issues and challenges in the field of wireless broadband. He said that there is a great gap between the broadband standards of USA, Japan, and the standards of India. In India the speed above 256 Kbps is treated as broadband whereas in USA 100Mbps standard is treated as the broadband. The reason being that we are highly dependent on the wired technologies and networks.
He discussed various wired to wireless issues, and alternatives for the present scenario, and presented designs to expect a bandwidth of 1Gbps.
The valedictory session was held from 1:00 p.m. in the AVP Hall. The closing ceremony witnessed the presence of Chief Guest Prof. S.S. Chahal (Vice Chancellor MPUAT), Presiding Guest Prof. Sorel Reisman (President IEEE Computer Society USA), Guest of honor Mr. Sanjay Singhal (Group CEO, Secure Meters), Dr. Dharm Singh (Organizing Secretary and HOD Computer Science, CTAE), Er. R.S. Vyas (Director, Techno India NJR Institute of Technology), Dr. R.C. Purohit (Dean, CTAE), Dr. S.S. Rathore (Chairman, Udaipur local centre, IE (I)), Dr. Y.C. Bhatt (honorary secretary, IE(I)).
The welcome address was given by Dr. S.S. Rathore where he welcomed all the delegates and praised the spirit of organizing committee for organizing such a great event. Dr. DharmSingh gave the report and recommendation of the international conference. He told that during the 3 days and 17 technical sessions of the conference, about 517 entries were received, out of which 157 research papers were presented, and about 135 papers were accepted and sent to the IEEE digital library.
Er. Rakesh Sehgal, the director of department of Cyber Security from CDAC, Mohali expressed his kind gratitude and presented a few words of appreciation for the ETNCC. Er. R.S. Vyas expressed his dream of establishing Udaipur as the leading quality education hub. He said that the IEEE-CS students’ chapter was inaugurated in Techno India NJR on 22nd April at Udaipur, with registration of 80+ members. He re-declared his commitment to keep running more such programs and events in the near future.
Dr. R.C. Purohit welcomed all the delegates and participants. He said that taking MPUAT to the international scenario was not at all possible without the eminent guidance of Dr. Chahal. He also praised Er. R.S. Vyas, saying that his 3 years of efforts in Udaipur was greatly comparable to over 25 years of Mr. Purohit’s works.
Mr. Sanjay Singhal presented his views about the role of engineers as the key element in every society. He said that people have huge misconceptions about risks from any cause. Only an engineer is taught to and knows about all risks in his sphere of works. It is thus, an engineer’s duty to engage himself in analyzing the risks and conveying it to the society. He also said that the media is an important platform, and must not put all sort of nonsense to misguide people.
Prof. Sorel Reisman appreciated the conference, saying that the selection of more than 100 papers for the IEEE library shows that quality of the papers presented here were unquestionable. He said that India is a leading software producer in the world, and will soon come up as a leading technology exporter in the world. He was greatly impressed by the rich culture of Udaipur, the traditional food, visit to lakes and the Ranakpur temple. He said that this is not the end. Soon he will be holding online webinars with IEEE Udaipur students in the coming times.
Dr. S.S. Chahal said that computers in all forms have become an indispensable part of life. He also said that 70-75% of the population in India comes from villages. Therefore the modern technologies must also penetrate to the rural masses. Vote of thanks was given by Dr. Y.C. Bhatt.
Few glimpses of such a great brainstorming event are given below.