Painter required urgently

Painter required urgently for painting the following
1.House gate, double, swing type 1.1 m X 1 m
2. Window grills (multiple windows approx, 1 m X 1 m)
3. Metal door grill (1.95 m X 1.1 m)
The rust has to be removed from the grill, and it has to be repainted.
Painting supplies like paint, brush (if required) will be provided
Please quote hourly rate and time taken to complete the work to info@webconcepts.in

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Hema Upadhyay murder reflects poor waste disposal practices

The gruesome Hema Upadhyay murder again reflects the lack of civic sense and poor waste disposal practices in India. The trucker who dumped the bodies of Hema and her lawyer in the drain in Kandivali was told that they were some broken antique pieces in the box and he agreed to dump the boxes for a fee. It reflects the lack of civic sense in india even highly educated people who have extremely clean homes, treat public places like the drain as a dumping ground and have no qualms getting rid of their unwanted material in public, cluttering up the place, causing floods
Any unwanted waste can be given to the local raddhiwala who will pay money or put it in the dustbin. However dumping unwanted material in drains and waterway can be hazardous. Those involved in murder probably though that the boxes would be washed away to the sea and it would be another sheena bora case, where the death would not be detected for long.

Factors affecting detergent quality

There are a large number of detergents available in the market, and some of the factors which will determine the quality of the detergents are
Detergency – the ability to clean, remove soil
Active ingredients – minimum level of cleaning active ingredient
Ash built up – maximum permissible ash build up
Active alkinity – ability to neutralize acidity
Total phosphates
STPP
Moisture – high moisture levels to be avoided.
Lather

Some quality standards specify different grades of detergents, Grade 1, Grade 2 and Grade 3 , Grade 1 being the best, having the most stringent quality requirement

More spitting on the road by young man

Though the government is spending a lot of money on the swachh bharat campaign, no effort is being made to change the habits of young people who lack civic sense and continue to spit in public places, right in front of other pedestrians.

On 7 December 2015, at 10.23 am in front of Fire Brigade, St Inez, Goa, a slim young man with a wheatish complexion was spotted spitting on the road. He was accompanied by another young man , with a round face, fair complexion and spectacle who thankfully had better manners and did not spit on the road.
Imposing taxes will not make India cleaner, a major change in attitudes will be needed to ensure that young people do not spit on the road or public places. Till people are more patriotic and stop treating public places like roads, footpaths as a big dustbin, India will continue to be the a dirty place for visitors.

More littering with empty Five star cadbury wrappers

Powerful fraud CBI, NTRO, R&AW, tata, google officials are falsely claiming that the semiliterate housewife naina, mother of two sons, is a domain investor, Paypal account holder to justify the great powers they have given her at the expense of the real Paypal account holder, a single woman obc engineer, domain investor.
These powerful officials justify their fraud on the obc engineer, saying that the semiliterate naina is a role model because she is keeping her house immaculately clean. However her teenage sons lack civic sense and it was observed that they had again littered their neighbours house with empty 5 star cadbury wrappers on december 1, 2015. Is a woman whose sons lack civic sense, keeping their own house clean, while littering their neighbours house a role model for tata, cbi?
In a persons house, he or she is free to do whatever he or she feels like, it is private property, However tampering or littering public places or neighbours house is not acceptable