Ubuntu 12.04, 12.10, 13.04, Linux, Opensource,lenovo, acer, Acer
Aspire, Brightness fix, Cannot reduce Brightness,
sudo gedit /etc/default/grub
GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT="quiet splash acpi_backlight=vendor"
and reboot the system.
New Delhi: Actor Hrithik Roshan unveiled the motion poster of his much awaited sci-fi film 'Krrish 3' online on Thursday.
As part of the digital campaign, the motion poster was launched through social networking site Facebook and the actor had a live video chat with his fans, said a statement.
The poster shows a moving close up of a light with debris lying around. As the background score gains momentum, the side pose of two faces - one of them being Hrithik's character - emerges.
During the live chat, Hrithik spoke about various things ranging from his hobbies, likes and his hero.
Actress Priyanka Chopra, who plays female lead in the movie also joined the actor.
Directed by Rakesh Roshan, 'Krrish 3' also stars Vivek Oberoi. It is slated to release Nov 4.
with Swiss banks and accounts for a meagre 0.10 per cent of total
global wealth held in the country's banking system.
While much hue and cry is made over huge amounts of illicit wealth
stashed by Indians in Swiss banks, the latest official data released
by Switzerland's central bank shows that the money they owed to Indian
clients at the end of last year was 1.42 billion Swiss francs (about
Rs. 9,000 crore).
India was ranked 55th for such funds a year ago with a total amount of
2.18 billion Swiss francs belonging to Indian individuals.
Among the top-ten jurisdictions in terms of source of money with Swiss
banks, the UK is now followed by the US, West Indies, Jersey,
Guernsey, Germany, France, Bahamas, Cayman Islands and Hong Kong.
Besides, China was ranked 26th, Canada 28th, Brazil at 39th and South
Africa at 50th. India's neighbour, Pakistan, was also ranked one place
higher at 69th, although countries like Mauritius, Hungary, Denmark,
Finland, Libya, Brunei and Sri Lanka are positioned below India.
As per SNB data, the Swiss banks saw a decline in funds belonging to
most of their foreign clients during 2012 and the funds belonging to
their domestic clients surpassed those of overseas ones for the first
time in their history.
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