Privacy Policy

At (referred as “blog”), the privacy of our visitors is of extreme importance to us. Below is the outline/information regarding the blog commitment to protect the privacy of the users/visitors and the type of information collected by us and how it is used.

The success of this web portal depends on our ability to maintain the trust of our users/visitors, and we will strive hard never to lose it. If for any reason you feel insecure regarding our privacy policies, feel free to contact us.

Delicious Cookies and Web Beacons

This blog does use cookies to store information about visitor’s preferences (IP addresses, Browser type, time, date, etc.) and this is done by every single website present on web. In fact, almost every website which allows user to login uses cookies to track the users.

If you are unhappy with this, feel free to disable the cookies in your respective browser. However, doing that will make you unable to login to any website.

We also use some third party advertisements to support our website, to make it awesome than ever before and pay for bread and butter to keep up this resourceful blog. Some of our advertising partner may use cookies and web beacons on our site.

Their use of the DART cookies enables them to server ads (interest based ads) to you, based on your visit over the Internet.

We’ve no direct access over these cookies used by third-party advertisers. However, you as a “User” can opt out of these cookies by visiting our interest-based advertising policies.

Log Files

This blog also use log files. Log files includes IP (Internet protocol) addresses of the visitors, browser type, date/time stamp, ISP (Internet service provider) information and some statistics for analysing user’s movement and for demographic information. Also, this does not include any of your personal identifiable information.

Do We Disclose Any Information?

We will never ever sell/trade/transfer/share your information to any third parties. If we ever do that, we agree that you are eligible take action against us.

Note: – This does not include the information used by our trusted third-party advertisers or business partners. (However, your data is very much in safe hands … Keep Calm!)

If you wish to disable cookies, you can. You can also visit respective browser’s website to find more about their cookies management.

If any question is popping out in your mind, ask us. You can contact us using this contact form or you can ask us directly by mailing us at