Government Taps Vodafone Phone Calls in India

Don’t get amazed if you are a Vodafone phone user in Asian countries such as India, the mobile operator Vodafone has allowed the Government of India to snoop on phone calls made in Vodafone network, literally that means users of other network are also tapped as you may be a BSNL user calling your friend on a Vodafone number hence your call with him is also recorded.

Edward Snowden

This is shocking as the users didn’t know they were being traced as such and direct by government. So like Aircel being shut down in South India, may be the Vodafone too has to shut down the services as the user base will start falling very soon. So if you are planning to move to Vodafone think twice before you make that move and move to some other trusted network.

Well Edward Snowden has revealed something even more shocking, thanks to people like him at least we are coming to know the secrets of government. But the authorities are not happy with his announcements as it helps terrorist to be more careful and alert.

Hear Old Bollywood Songs with Google Music

Google India released a new lab feature Google Music which helps to search and listen to Hindi songs legally. Now hear songs without tension and you can avoid using illegal mp3 websites. This is a good alternative to people who use YouTube just to hear songs.

Google Music Search

Listen to thousands of full Hindi songs from Google India partners, Saavn and Saregama. Google Music helps to find new as well as old hindi songs easily. But, there is no way to download the music.

Google Music Search has meta-data of songs licensed by partners. When you play the song, music get streamed from the website to your computer.

Google Music allows you to search with movie name, song title, year and even with the name of actors and singers of Bollywood songs and albums.

The coolest thing is you can find the songs of latest movies easily. Just search “Latest songs” and get the songs arranged in the order of their movie release.

Your system must have Adobe Flash player to hear the song. Currently it does not support mobile browsers.

Go to and start searching now.

Do you think Google will kill other music websites and become the leader in online music?