What is best in Hyderabad?

Hyderabad oka adbutamayina pradesham ( Hyderabad is an amazing place), janta nagaralaki prasiddi ( famous for its twin cities).

Andaru chala pedda vishayalu chepparu ( people spoke about the major things )

kani chote mote batein bhool gaye loga

  1. Hyderabadi I-Slang
  2. ATF ( Any Time Food, Sukhoon se mil jata khana )
  3. Curry Point Culture ( Bangalore aur delhi jaise shehar o mein ghanta bhi ni rehta aisa aur sastha bhi rehta)
  4. Mysore Bajji ( naam tho mysore pe hai lekin badiya tho bantha hai hyderabad mein, perfect to have at any point of the day, subah shaam raath kab hona tab kale sakte)
  5. Corn Samosa ( ye irani virani samosa har jaga pe milta lekin idar bana so corn samosa ek dum badiya icch rehta)
  6. Sindhi Colony ki khana ( ye to paradise ki bagal mein hi hai aur yaha pe north south central east west jaha ke logon ko bi apne pasand ke snack item’a mil jate)
  7. Kalyani Biryani ( Old city mein pahunch jao aur chicken/ nutton biryani ko chodo aur kalyani biryani ki taraf modo)
  8. Bonalu Jatara ( ek se ek tyohar hai hyderabad ka, displays the rich culture of masses of telangana crowd)
  9. Keema Roti ( paradise ka sirf biryani hi nahi kheema roti bhi badiya bana jata hai)
  10. Watch Angrez or Hyderabad Nawabs to entertain yourself with the hyderabadi swaad)
  11. Old City ( shoppers paradise )
  12. Hussain Sagar ( tank bund) aur Necklace Road
  13. Chilkur Balaji temple ( Visa god: There is a firm belief that people who visit this divine temple and perform 108 pradakshina’s around the temple find it easy to get visa clearance to the US)
  14. Nawabi Culture( fabulous architecture by the Nizam Nawabs in and around Hyderabad and Nizam jewels)
  15. Outer Ring Road ( Kabhi bhi jao kaha bhi jao araam se connectivity mil jata ek corner se dusre corner ko, Bangalore mein aise offer kaha hai bhai? Ye cheez tho sirf hyderabad ka hi hai, prime connectivity from one end of the city to the other without finding it difficult in the clutches of city traffic)
  16. Chor Bazaar ( Afzal gunj, agar tera phone ghoom gaya tho wo filal chor bazaar mein hi hoga)
  17. Sun Risers Hyderabad, its fanatic and pumped cricket fans ( IPL champs ki homeground hai bhai, Rajiv Gandhi stadium, one of the best in the country with lush green outfield and decent sized boundaries, arguably offers much better cricketing encounters than the chinnaswamy in bangalore)
  18. Gokul Chat , Koti ( best chat bhandar in the city)
  19. Daarooooooo ( lot of hangouts in the city with economical liquor prices and amazing food, 95/100 bars are amazing across the city)
  20. Ram Ki bandi, jam bagh road, Lakshman Ki bandi ( perfect places to grab something, preferably the wide variety of dosa’s available there early in the morning, aise bandiyaa tho har ek galli mein mil jata lekin ye jagey thoda famous hai)

people earlier have mentioned about the places of major importance in the city but it is also these little things which makes it a much better place to live

How important is the habitat of an archaebacteria?

This question is confusing to me but I will try to say something helpful.

  1. Some archaebacteria live in extreme environments such as very hot, high pressure, low pH (acidic), very high salt or some combination of these things.
  2. Some bacteria that live in extreme environments *must* live in those environments. We might say “How can you live where it’s so hot?” But they might say “How can you live where it’s so cold?” meaning what we consider the normal temperature. These bacteria would be called obligate thermophiles.
  3. On the other hand some bacteria that live in extreme environments can also live happily in environments that are not extreme from out point of view. This bacteria might say “I am happy where the water is hotter than boiling but also happy where the water is what you consider “just right”. These bacteria are called thermotolerant.

How does a consultant sharpen up his skills and evolve?

By eliminating as many bad habits as possible. Here are a few you may hot realize you have:

Letting interruptions take control

Interruptions are a productivity nightmare. Studies have shown that hopping on your phone and e-mail every time they ping for your attention causes your productivity to plummet.

Getting notified every time a message drops onto your phone or an e-mail arrives in your inbox might feel productive, but it isn’t. Instead of working at the whim of your notifications, pool all your e-mails/texts and check them at designated times. This is a proven, productive way to work.

Conversation ‘phonitis.'

Nothing turns people off like a mid-conversation text message or even a quick glance at your phone. When you commit to a conversation, focus all your energy on the conversation. You will find that conversations are more enjoyable and effective when you immerse yourself in them.

Not able to say no

Research conducted at the University of California in San Francisco shows that the more difficulty that you have saying no, the more likely you are to experience stress. This includes burnout and even depression, all of which erode self-control. Saying no is indeed a major self-control challenge for many people.

“No” is a powerful word that you should not be afraid to wield. When it’s time to say no, emotionally intelligent people avoid phrases like “I don’t think I can” or “I’m not certain.” Saying no to a new commitment honors your existing commitments. It also gives you the opportunity to fulfill them successfully.

Just remind yourself that saying no is an act of self-control now that will increase your future self-control. It does this by preventing the negative effects of over commitment.

Billionaire Warren Buffet once said, “The difference between successful people and very successful people is that very successful people say ‘no’ to almost everything.” Remember, you only have 1,440 minutes in a day. Don’t give them away easily.

Pay attention to this: Secrets of Managing your Anger When No One Else Cares

Not writing it down at the time

Richard Branson has said on more than one occasion that he wouldn’t have been able to build Virgin without a simple notebook, which he takes with him wherever he goes. He knew the value of writing it down.

In one interview, Greek shipping magnate Aristotle Onassis said, “Always carry a notebook. Write everything down… That is a million dollar lesson they don’t teach you in business school!”

Ultra-productive people free their minds by writing everything down as the ideas come to them.

Letting the bad guys get to you

There are always going to be toxic people who have a way of getting under your skin and staying there. Each time you find yourself thinking about a coworker or person who makes your blood boil, don’t give in. Instead, practice being grateful for someone else in your life.

There are plenty of people out there who deserve your attention. The last thing you want to do is think about the people who don’t matter when there are people who do.


You should never give anything half of your attention, especially meetings. If a meeting isn’t worth your full attention, then you shouldn’t be attending it in the first place. If the meeting is worth your full attention, then you need to get everything you can out of it.

Multitasking during meetings hurts you by creating the impression that you believe you are more important than everyone else.

Little life prioritization

Intel’s Andy Grove once said, “There is always more to be done, more that should be done, always more than can be done.”

Highly successful people know what they value in life. Yes, work, but also what else they value. They know success is a ‘whole life’ metric. There is no right answer. For many, these other values include family time, exercise, and giving back.

Mike Schoultz is the founder of Digital Spark Marketing, a digital marketing and customer service agency. With 40 years of business experience, he writes about topics that relate to improving the performance of business. Follow him on G+, Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.

What two colors make the color black?

There are many ways you can mix colors to make black.

It is possible to make black by mixing secondary colors with primary colors.

Here are some color combinations you can try.

You can mix…

  • Green + Red = Black
  • Blue + Orange = Black
  • Yellow + Purple = Black

Here is a diagram and information that simply explains this.

How to sort and merge a set of numbers based on its occurrence across multiple arrays optimally

I think based on your example what you mean is to sort based on the *number* of occurrences, in descending order. Thus if given three lists, the output should first be all numbers that appear in all three lists, then all the numbers appearing twice, then all the numbers that appear only once. From your example, it doesn’t seem like you care about the order within each set with the same number of occurrences.

There is a simple O(N)-time solution that can be implemented via a dictionary (hash table) mapping input numbers to the count of times they occur.

First process each of the input arrays item by item. The first time you encounter a number, insert it into the dictionary with an count of ‘1’. On subsequent occurrences, increase its count. The count will never be larger than the number of input arrays.

Then initialize K output arrays, where K is the number of input arrays.

Walk all the keys in the dictionary. If (entry, count) is in the dictionary, then put “entry” into output array “count”.

Finally, visit each of the output arrays, from largest to smallest, and print all its elements.

(You can do this with one fewer pass using doubly-linked lists to build the output lists at the same time as you’re adding or updating elements in the dictionary.)

In python:

def sortByFrequency( inputLists ):
# Count number of time each element occurs
countMap = {}
for l in inputLists:
for num in l:
countMap[num] = countMap.get( num, 0 ) + 1

# Separate elements into buckets based on frequency
output = [[] for i in xrange( len( inputLists ) )
for ( num, count ) in countMap.iterentries():
# array indexes go 0…N-1 but we have 1…N
output[count-1].append( num )

# Output from highest-frequency to lowest
for o in reversed( output ):
for num in o:
print num

What are some best practices to live on a startup (ramen) budget and stay healthy?

I am going to go with dumpster diving, or the next best equivalent.

Shhhh, I am going to let you in on a few secrets about my family and finances!

In my town we have a thing called foodshare. All the damaged goods, dated stock and unsold stuff from the supermarket gets distributed through multiple channels to people in need every week.

Our church runs one of these channels, and helps feed about 10 needy families every week.

My wife runs that programme.

Building yet another pre revenue startup, I haven't actually earned anything in about 3 weeks, and haven't earned enough to cover costs in about 5 months.

But no one suspects the person organising the charity for everyone else perhaps actually needs some themselves…. So we get to still look like a couple with 5 kids who is surviving, and we get to eat freshish vegetables and other interesting goodies.

On one hand, charity sucks, but the Bible makes it fairly clear that giving a gift you are unwilling to receive makes you a bit hypocritical. So we stay humble, remember the taxes paid, and unemployed we have put to work, and work to the time when we again contribute more than we receive.

Is leg curling and other stretch equipments can be treated as weight training?

"Weight" training is anything that has you adding resistance to the movement.
So it should probably more correctly be called "resistance" training.

Weights, elastic bands, body weight exercises, anything that makes the muscle work harder than it would just moving is classified as resistance training.
It has the beneficial effect of forcing the muscle to grow in strength and size to adapt, as well as strengthening the ligaments and tendons.

Stretching is just that, forcing elongation of the muscle from insertion to origin to "warm" it up in order to prepare it for rigorous exercise or sudden movement.

Back in my running days, I thought warming up was over rated. Sure if I was getting ready to do sprints, I would warm up, but going for a long distance run…the first 200 yards at moderate pace was adequate.

In fact a lot of stretching warmups can be detrimental to the lower back, something that has been known for a long time, but I still see people doing them. I guess they did not get the memo, or text on that subject.
I never understood why some runners would do the L stretch by putting a leg up on a bar when running NEVER requires you lift your leg that high except in running hurdles. I guess it looks cool, or the women are airing it out.

How many private university are there in Sao Paulo state of Brazil?

Too many to even count.

However, most of them have not prestige at all, they're what one would call a “commercial university”, that is, one whose main concern is to attract as many students as possible, with low tuition fees and easy entrance requirements. Of course, education quality is significantly lower than in top private (or public) universities. It is not uncommon to see some courses from these universities losing recognition from the Ministry of Education because of poor student performance on national tests to evaluate the quality of superior education (ENAD).

They do have their place in the world, though, as not everyone can pay for a top private school or has the opportunity to earn a place in a public school. And for many jobs and areas, a degree is all that counts, regardless of the school.

Some top private universities and colleges in Sao Paulo metropolitan area (I don't know much about the schools on the rest of the state) that are serious and respected are:

(in bold the name or initials they are usually known as)

PUC (Pontifícia Universidade Católica) – specially for law, psychology, social and human sciences

FEI – engineering

Centro Universitário Mauá – engineering

FGV (Fundação Getúlio Vargas) – business administration

ESPM (Escola Superior de Propaganda e Marketing) – marketing and advertising

FAAP (Fundação Armando Álvares Penteado) – communications, arts, law (also offers other degrees, such as engineering and business, but these don't have the same prestige as in other schools)

Fundação de Ciências Médias da Santa Casa de Medicina – medical and other health sciences

Fundação Cásper Líbero – communications

Universidade Presbiteriana Mackenzie – law, architecture, economics, engineering (+ many other courses)

Insper – business administration

UMESP (Universidade Metodista de São Paulo) – communications

Most other good or decent private universities and colleges outside of the metropolitan area are found in the bigger cities, such as Campinas, Santos, Ribeirão Preto.