Friday, December 04, 2009

Google DNS is here

Thats a cool IP address, easy to remember and never forgets.
Pretty cool, huh? Well this is Google's DNS server address. Just rolled out yesterday (December 3rd 2009) and going the serve the world for the rest of the time. I am using Google's DNS now while I am typing in this blog article.

Till now I was using OpenDNS which I liked very much. But now switching to Google Public DNS, coz its much faster. It just took 144ms to ping in where as took more than 200ms. (from India)
Check out the image below.

And no offense to OpenDNS. They are very fast and secure and we can have pretty much control on what requests should be served. But lemme check out what Google has got in hands.

Thursday, April 02, 2009

2 Harihar Nagar Theme

Hi folks,
Yesterday I saw 2 Harihar Nagar, the sequel of In Harihar Nagar. The film is fantastic comedy entertainer and I am crazy about it. So crazy that I've made a theme of the film for my phone. Now I thought of sharing it you all. Themes are made from
Here are the themes.
2 Harihar Nagar theme2 Harihar Nagar theme
Get .sis version

Enjoy. :)

Monday, March 30, 2009

With effect From 01st April, 2009 ATM cards can be used in any bank’s ATM

Please note that wef 01st April, 2009 ATM cards can be used in any bank's ATM for withdrawing cash without any charges.
RBI circular in this regard is provided below.  (PDF)

Date: Mar 10, 2008

Customer charges for use of ATMs for cash withdrawal and balance enquiry


RBI/2007-2008/ 260
DPSS No.1405 / 02.10.02 / 2007-2008

March 10, 2008

The Chairman / Chief Executive Officer
(All Scheduled commercial banks including RRBs)


Dear Sir


Customer charges for use of ATMs for cash withdrawal and balance enquiry

1. Automated Teller Machines (ATMs) have gained prominence as a delivery channel for banking transactions in India. Banks have been deploying ATMs to increase their reach. While ATMs facilitate a variety of banking transactions for customers, their main utility has been for cash withdrawal and balance enquiry. As at the end of December 2007, the number of ATMs deployed in India was 32,342. Commensurate with the branch network, larger banks have deployed more ATMs. Most banks prefer to deploy ATMs at locations where they have a large customer base or expect considerable use. To increase the usage of ATMs as a delivery channel, banks have also entered into bilateral or multilateral arrangements with other banks to have inter-bank ATM networks.


2. It is evident that the charges levied on the customers vary from bank to bank and also vary according to the ATM network that is used for the transaction. Consequently, a customer is not aware, before hand, of the charges that will be levied for a particular ATM transaction, while using an ATM of another bank. This generally discourages the customer from using the ATMs of other banks. It is, therefore, essential to ensure greater transparency.


3. International experience indicates that in countries such as UK, Germany and France, bank customers have access to all ATMs in the country, free of charge except when cash is withdrawn from white label ATMs or from ATMs managed by non-bank entities. There is also a move, internationally, to regulate the fee structure by the regulator from the public policy angle. The ideal situation is that a customer should be able to access any ATM installed in the country free of charge through an equitable cooperative initiative by banks.


4. In view of this, RBI had placed on its website an Approach paper and sought public comments. The comments received have been analysed. Based on the feed back a framework of service charges would be implemented by all banks as under:








For use of own ATMs for any purpose

Free (with immediate effect)


For use of other bank ATMs for balance enquiries

Free (with immediate effect)


For use of other bank ATMs for cash withdrawals

  • No bank shall increase the charges prevailing as on December 23, 2007 (i.e. the date of release of Approach Paper on RBI website)
  • Banks which are charging more than Rs.20 per transaction shall reduce the charges to a maximum of Rs.20 per transaction by March 31, 2008
  • Free - with effect from April 1, 2009.

5. For the services at (1) and (2) above, the customer will not be levied any charge under any other head and the service will be totally free.


6. For the service number (3) the charge of Rs.20/- indicated will be all inclusive and no other charges will be levied to the customers under any other head irrespective of the amount of withdrawal.


7. The service charges for the following types of cash withdrawal transactions may be determined by the banks themselves:

(a) cash withdrawal with the use of credit cards
(b) cash withdrawal in an ATM located abroad.


8. Please acknowledge the receipt of the circular. A copy of the circular issued to your branches on this subject may please be submitted to us in due course.

Yours faithfully

(Arun Pasricha)
General Manager

Wednesday, March 25, 2009


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