Jun 4, 2015

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Second hand product sold by Amazon

Ordered a  D-Link DIR 605L Wireless N cloud Router from Amazon costing around 1395.
Link to product: http://www.amazon.in/gp/product/B0085IAWQG?psc=1&redirect=true&ref_=oh_aui_detailpage_o00_s00
Order # 403-2699994-4629964
Ordered Date: 3rd June 2015
Delivery Date: 4th June 2015

Paid 99Rs extra for a 1 day guaranteed delivery provided by Amazon.

Sold by The WiFi Zone  and Fulfilled by Amazon.

Eagerly waited for the product on 4th till evening at office, finally by 6PM got the product. But the delivery guy didn't ask my Id proof or any other details nor did collect my signature. They don't have any proof that I received the item.

I reached home by 8PM taking a cab eagerly to connect the router and use, opened the amazon box. Unless other products I have ordered from amazon the product seal was open and when I  opened it found saw all the wires, adapter and router misplaced... something suspicious. Still hoping for the best I connected the router, but couldn't see the router name nor configure it. later realized that router was showing a different name as "Gautam Jindal". Then realized that I have got a used product or a faulty product returned by some one else.
Amazon promises that they sell genuine products and this is what reputation they have. Fulfilled by Amazon.

Again for returning the product I have to carry the whole box again to office. Loss of time, painful and very much disappointed by eCommerce site like Amazon.

I couldn't make an important Skype call which was to happen at 11PM due to this. Again has to wait for 2 days for getting the refund amount. Highly disappointed and frustrated now am going to post this to as many forums, review forums, consumer forums possible. Let every one know their truth.

OLX is better site to do these kind of second hand sales.

Few pictures as proof,
After opening the box
Connecting to Wifi from mobile showed this name
Connecting to Wifi from laptop too showed this name
Amazon site selling the product.

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May 28, 2015

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Explore Pathanamthitta

Pathanamthitta district:

Attractions around:
  1. Sabarimala Temple
  2. Gavi
  3. Perunthenaruvi Water Falls
  4. Aranmula
  5. Aruvikuzhy Waterfalls
  6. Mannadi Adoor
  7. Kakki Reservoir
  8. Konni Adavi Eco-Tourism
  9. Konni Elephant Cage
  10. Kadamanitta
  11. Pandalam Palace
  12. Niranam church
  13. Kaviyoor Mahadeva Temple
  14. Manjinikkara Church
  15. Parumala Church
  16. Pamba River
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May 10, 2015

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Districts Of Kerala

Kerala is divided into 14 districts based on their geographical , cultural and historical importance. These are generally clubbed under 3 groups,
  1. North Kerala Districts

    This is generally referred as 'The Malabar region'
    Districts:
    1. Kasaragod
      Official Website: http://kasargod.nic.in/
      District Headquarters: Kasaragod
    2. Kannur
      Official Website: http://kannur.nic.in/
      District Headquarters: Kannur
    3. Kozhikode
      Official Website: http://kozhikode.nic.in/
      District Headquarters: Kozhikode
    4. Wayanad
      Official Website: http://wayanad.nic.in/
      District Headquarters: Kalpetta
    5. Malappuram
      Official Website: http://malappuram.nic.in/
      District Headquarters: Malappuram
  2. Central Kerala Districts

    This is generally referred as 'The Kochi region'
    Districts:
    1. Idukki
      Official Website: http://idukki.nic.in/
      District Headquarters:Painavu
    2. Ernakulam
      Official Website: http://ernakulam.nic.in/
      District Headquarters: Kakkanad
    3. Thrissur
      Official Website: http://thrissur.nic.in/
      District Headquarters: Thrissur
    4. Palakkad
      Official Website: http://palakkad.nic.in/
      District Headquarters: Palakkad
  3. South Kerala Districts

    This is generally referred as 'The Travancore region'
    Districts:
    1. Kottayam
      Official Website: http://kottayam.nic.in/
      District Headquarters: Kottayam
    2. Pathanamthitta
      Official Website: http://pathanamthitta.nic.in/
      District Headquarters: Pathanamthitta
    3. Alappuzha
      Official Website: http://alappuzha.nic.in
      District Headquarters: Alappuzha
    4. Kollam
      Official Website: http://www.kollam.nic.in/
      District Headquarters: Kollam
    5. Thiruvananthapuram
      Official Website: http://trivandrum.gov.in/
      District Headquarters: Thiruvananthapuram
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Jan 27, 2015

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Banasura Trek

Banasura Peak :

  • Second tallest mountain in Wayanad
  • Banasura Hill stands high at an altitude of 2073 meters above sea level
  • At the foot hills lies Banasura Sagar Dam, Asia's second largest earth dam and the largest in India.
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Mar 3, 2014

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Vinobaji Sreemoolam Nagar Residents Association (VSNRA)

A residential locality in the center of Adoor town. The residents of the Vinobaji Road and Sreemoolam Nagar joined hands together to form this association. As of today there are around 96 registered in the association. All the best  to VSNRA and its members.

Vinobaji Sreemoolam Nagar Residents Association

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Oct 28, 2013

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Trek to Nine Hills

We started close to here from the river bed,

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Oct 16, 2013

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Run two different Skype accounts from same computer

SkypeIf you have installed Skype and already logged in, second time when you click the Skype icon the already logged in application will launch. if you wish to log in to another account, follow these steps,


  1. Locate the skype installed folder. usually it will be "C:\Program Files\Skype\Phone\skype.exe" or something similar.
    If you cant find the location where skype is installed right click on the Skype icon, then go to properties and find target. This will open the folder where Skype is installed.
  2. In the Run window, enter the following command  including the quotes and then press OK
    "C:\Program Files\Skype\Phone\skype.exe"  /secondary

Thats it you get another Skype with the login screen.

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