A different perspective on – How countries look while Pandemic situation

April 15, 2020 Leave a comment

The below data is collected from worldometers.info website on 14-April-2020 23:00 IST

This is just my analogy on how do different country’s portfolio look during a Pandemic situation, and this can be a reference for future Pandemics as well. The data in below table can be refreshed over time, and this is just a temporary analysis and not the final conclusion. The final list can be published once the Pandemic is fully eradicated.

A new column has been derived to calculate the Total Deaths to Recovered Percentage. Which signifies the number of deaths ratio compared to recoveries and its percentage.

The countries are color coded in different meaning.

Green: 0% – They have a good healthy people population and to some extend might be good governance as well.

Light Green: 1-5% – They do have a good healthy population, and to some extend very good governance, since they have large volume of travelers, the impact is unavoidable. Because of the efforts done by Government and people, they faced very minimal impact.

Light Blue: 6-26% –  They do also perform well, but due to unavoidable circumstances, they were not able to control the deaths. Compared to other countries, they kept their death count less than the world average.

Orange: 27-100% – 1,373 – They fail to perform good. Both the Government as well as People are not healthy in this region.

Red: >100% – They are the most severely affected places, and majority of population are not healthy and Government also have failed to safeguard their population.

Grey: NA – We can’t derive any conclusion from them, because they haven’t published the total recovered count. And the counts are also seems relatively small.

Country Total Cases Total Deaths Total Recovered Total Deaths /
Recovered (%)
Réunion 391 40 0
Guinea 363 31 0
Vietnam 266 169 0
Faeroe Islands 184 163 0
Gibraltar 129 93 0
Rwanda 127 42 0
Cambodia 122 91 0
Madagascar 108 23 0
Aruba 92 32 0
French Guiana 86 51 0
Uganda 54 8 0
Macao 45 10 0
Equatorial Guinea 41 4 0
Mongolia 30 5 0
Mozambique 28 2 0
Chad 23 2 0
Maldives 20 14 0
Laos 19 1 0
New Caledonia 18 1 0
Nepal 16 1 0
Dominica 16 8 0
Namibia 16 3 0
Saint Lucia 15 4 0
Eswatini 15 8 0
St. Vincent Grenadines 12 1 0
CAR 11 4 0
Falkland Islands 11 1 0
Greenland 11 11 0
Montserrat 11 1 0
Vatican City 8 2 0
St. Barth 6 4 0
Timor-Leste 6 1 0
Bhutan 5 2 0
Anguilla 3 1 0
British Virgin Islands 3 2 0
Iceland 1,720 8 989 1
Hong Kong 1,013 4 434 1
Brunei 136 1 107 1
Bahrain 1,522 7 645 1
Senegal 299 2 183 1
Isle of Man 242 2 141 1
New Zealand 1,366 9 628 1
Singapore 3,252 10 611 2
Australia 6,400 61 3,598 2
Kuwait 1,355 3 176 2
Slovakia 835 2 113 2
Liechtenstein 79 1 55 2
Qatar 3,428 7 373 2
Diamond Princess 712 12 639 2
Thailand 2,613 41 1,405 3
UAE 4,521 25 852 3
S. Korea 10,564 222 7,534 3
Jordan 397 7 235 3
Oman 813 4 130 3
Uruguay 483 8 248 3
Palestine 308 2 62 3
Malaysia 4,987 82 2,478 3
Chile 7,917 92 2,646 3
Azerbaijan 1,197 13 351 4
Djibouti 363 2 53 4
Uzbekistan 1,113 4 99 4
China 82,249 3,341 77,738 4
Mayotte 217 3 69 4
Georgia 296 3 68 4
Germany 1,31,100 3,261 68,200 5
Costa Rica 612 3 62 5
Taiwan 393 6 124 5
Austria 14,197 384 7,633 5
Benin 35 1 18 6
Israel 11,868 117 2,000 6
Armenia 1,067 16 265 6
South Africa 2,415 27 410 7
Zambia 45 2 30 7
Ivory Coast 626 6 89 7
Malta 393 3 44 7
Kazakhstan 1,202 14 203 7
Pakistan 5,837 96 1,378 7
Kyrgyzstan 430 5 71 7
Croatia 1,704 31 415 7
Peru 9,784 216 2,642 8
Venezuela 189 9 110 8
Saudi Arabia 5,369 73 889 8
Switzerland 25,936 1,174 13,700 9
Togo 77 3 32 9
Albania 475 24 248 10
Iran 74,877 4,683 48,129 10
Curaçao 14 1 10 10
Russia 21,102 170 1,694 10
Iraq 1,400 78 766 10
Canada 26,206 823 7,992 10
Cameroon 848 14 130 11
Nigeria 343 10 91 11
Libya 26 1 9 11
Sri Lanka 219 7 61 11
Denmark 6,496 299 2,515 12
Guadeloupe 145 8 67 12
Martinique 157 6 50 12
UK 93,873 12,107 93873 13
Luxembourg 3,292 69 500 14
Niger 548 13 86 15
Cuba 766 21 132 16
Belarus 3,281 33 203 16
Monaco 93 1 6 17
Bermuda 57 5 30 17
Cayman Islands 54 1 6 17
Suriname 10 1 6 17
Burkina Faso 515 27 161 17
Mexico 5,014 332 1,964 17
Bosnia and Herzegovina 1,083 40 236 17
Mauritius 324 9 51 18
Japan 7,645 143 799 18
Saint Martin 32 2 11 18
Argentina 2,277 102 559 18
Cyprus 695 12 65 18
Channel Islands 436 9 48 19
Jamaica 73 4 19 21
Finland 3,161 64 300 21
Ethiopia 82 3 14 21
Kenya 216 9 41 22
Andorra 646 29 128 23
Serbia 4,465 94 400 24
El Salvador 149 6 25 24
Nicaragua 9 1 4 25
Czechia 6,111 161 642 25
Lithuania 1,070 26 101 26
Lebanon 641 21 80 26
Guatemala 167 5 19 26
World – Average 19,68,893 1,23,783 4,64,456 27
Spain 1,72,541 18,056 67,504 27
Estonia 1,373 31 115 27
Egypt 2,190 164 589 28
Moldova 1,934 38 134 28
India 10,941 368 1,295 28
Turkey 65,111 1,403 4,799 29
Barbados 72 4 13 31
Latvia 657 5 16 31
Paraguay 159 7 22 32
Romania 6,879 351 1,051 33
Colombia 2,852 112 319 35
Slovenia 1,220 56 152 37
Greece 2,170 101 269 38
Mali 144 13 34 38
Syria 29 2 5 40
Poland 7,202 263 618 43
Tanzania 53 3 7 43
Bulgaria 713 35 81 43
Brazil 24,169 1,378 3,046 45
Ghana 636 8 17 47
Trinidad and Tobago 113 8 17 47
Algeria 2,070 326 691 47
Angola 19 2 4 50
Gambia 9 1 2 50
Mauritania 7 1 2 50
North Macedonia 908 44 86 51
France 1,36,779 14,967 27,718 54
Italy 1,62,488 21,067 37,130 57
Afghanistan 714 23 40 58
Ecuador 7,603 355 597 59
Morocco 1,838 126 210 60
Belgium 31,119 4,157 6,868 61
USA 5,98,737 24,770 38,015 65
Antigua and Barbuda 23 2 3 67
San Marino 371 36 53 68
Guyana 47 6 8 75
Tunisia 726 34 43 79
Montenegro 283 4 5 80
Ukraine 3,372 98 119 82
Hungary 1,512 122 122 100
DRC 241 20 20 100
Congo 60 5 5 100
Somalia 60 2 2 100
Gabon 57 1 1 100
Cabo Verde 10 1 1 100
Indonesia 4,839 459 426 108
Bangladesh 1,012 46 42 110
Dominican Republic 3,286 183 162 113
Philippines 5,223 335 295 114
Sudan 32 5 4 125
Bahamas 49 8 6 133
Liberia 59 6 4 150
Panama 3,472 94 61 154
Portugal 17,448 567 347 163
Sint Maarten 52 9 5 180
Myanmar 63 4 2 200
Sweden 11,445 1,033 381 271
Honduras 407 26 7 371
Norway 6,623 139 32 434
Bolivia 354 28 6 467
Netherlands 27,419 2,945 250 1,178
Ireland 11,479 406 25 1,624
French Polynesia 55 #DIV/0!
Haiti 40 3 #DIV/0!
Guinea-Bissau 38 #DIV/0!
Eritrea 34 #DIV/0!
Belize 18 2 #DIV/0!
Zimbabwe 17 3 #DIV/0!
Malawi 16 2 #DIV/0!
Fiji 16 #DIV/0!
Grenada 14 #DIV/0!
Botswana 13 1 #DIV/0!
Saint Kitts and Nevis 12 #DIV/0!
Seychelles 11 #DIV/0!
Sierra Leone 11 #DIV/0!
Turks and Caicos 10 1 #DIV/0!
MS Zaandam 9 2 #DIV/0!
Western Sahara 6 #DIV/0!
Burundi 5 1 #DIV/0!
Sao Tome and Principe 4 #DIV/0!
South Sudan 4 #DIV/0!
Caribbean Netherlands 3 #DIV/0!
Papua New Guinea 2 #DIV/0!
Saint Pierre Miquelon 1 #DIV/0!
Yemen 1 #DIV/0!

Conclusion: During the next Pandemic situation, keeping this table as reference, people & Govt, has to take appropriate prior measures. The sick & healthy population can start migrating to Green listed countries if possible.

Note: The above derivation is just a formula and not targeting any specific countries.

Thanks & Happy reading.

– Yuvaraj Delli

http://Yuvahere.com

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Siddhar Siva Shanmugam Connect – 29-Dec-2018 (Saturday)

December 8, 2019 Leave a comment

It was a fine afternoon session, where I have received a call from my neighbourhood, that Siddhar is visiting our place, and I have eagerly gone to expect some surprises. Really, he made it a memorable day and not left me dis-appointed. He also delivered some amazing speech and very conscious truths revealed about few persons. I can understand, he can realize the future of many, but made very short hints and left baffling clues to me.

Auto-biography of Siddhar

I was the first one to ask him, why he became like this, and what he was? He said, He was once a successful businessman and he used to be the First person to contact in his line of business. He takes care of civil works and glass structures and no simple, but with Architectural styles. What most of the Civil engineers reject, he takes it up for challenge and accomplishes those. He is one of the subject matter expert in his field.

After few tough conversations, he then turned to me and asked, What is your age and what you have achieved so far?

My response was am 34 and I haven’t accomplished much than raising 2 daughters. He just laughed, and said, do you know, what baby you will be get for 2nd. Surprisingly, yes, My Second baby’s due date is on Feb’2019 and it is still 2 months away. He somehow predicted, I am in due for second baby. Jaw dropped by his answer.

He also advised me not to be angry with the people in society and advised me to adjust & learn how to live with them. As they are all been created by god from some game, and everyone’s karma is calculated in outer space, and there is Ardha shastra book written on various degrees of punishment. My eyes got lit and my strategy towards society has changed drastically after his advice.

And then towards the spiritual conversations, he suddenly turned towards me and requested me to stay silence (mounam) for an entire day in the deep forest. This will help realize, who am I and what I must do. I am yet to plan for this.

Overall, he is a very simple personality and renowned spiritual speaker. He walks bare foot and stays most of the time in dense forest areas. He meditates a lot and takes help from one of his friend for support in forest stay.

Happy reading, stay tuned for more stuffs.

Thanks,

Yuvaraj Delli

http://Yuvahere.com

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How to reset MFA in AWS Account

December 3, 2019 Leave a comment

There are several scenarios, we will be losing our MFA(Multi Factor Authentication), like for e.g. You lost your phone, or software reset, or accidentally uninstall the VIP / Google Authenticator.

The first thing we do is contact AWS technical support to dis-associate MFA from our root account.

AWS MFA Support team: https://www.amazon.com/gp/help/customer/account-issues

You can self service this fix, by following the below steps.

1. Follow the link below to the login page for the account in question, enter your email address and password, and you’ll be routed to your “Amazon Web Services Sign In With Authentication Device” page:

https://console.aws.amazon.com/console/home

2. Click on the “Having problems with your authentication device? Click here” link, where you can choose to either re-sync your device with our servers or to sign in without your MFA device.

Of course, if these steps are unsuccessful, you’re always able to contact MFA Support again from the link below:

https://aws.amazon.com/forms/awsmfa-support

Thanks,

Yuvaraj Delli

http://Yuvahere.com

 

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Indian Market Holidays – NSE, BSE, MCX & NCDEX

December 25, 2018 Leave a comment

Hello Subscribers,

I have created a gmail calendar to display all the Indian market holidays.

You can access this by clicking the below link:

https://calendar.google.com/calendar/embed?src=jv6skqactaboqh4ibf4mi9r09k%40group.calendar.google.com&ctz=Asia%2FKolkata

You can also add this calendar to your mobile’s gmail calendar app, by clicking the below link.

https://calendar.google.com/calendar/ical/jv6skqactaboqh4ibf4mi9r09k%40group.calendar.google.com/public/basic.ics

How to do this:

  1. Login to gmail account, in your computer.
  2. In right top corner Click “Google Apps” and select “Calendar”
  3. In Calendar page, you could see a three dot icon in Left Navigation bar (Near to “Add Calendar” text box), click three dots and select “From URL”
  4. Copy the url (https://calendar.google.com/calendar/ical/jv6skqactaboqh4ibf4mi9r09k%40group.calendar.google.com/public/basic.ics) and past in the text area, and click “Add Calendar”
  5. The New Calendar will be automatically added to your account.

Happy trading guys.

Thanks,

Yuvaraj

Yuvahere.com

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Aristotle Vs Jesus Vs Thiru Valluvar

Aristotle (Born 384 BC and Died 322 BC)

Aristotle was one of the famous Greek Philosopher, and tutor of Alexander the Great, has written his own book of philosophies, and this was being followed as Rule book during the period 300 BC.

He tought to their society on one of the law as:

An eye for an eye, tooth for tooth, hand for hand, foot for foot, burn for burn, wound for wound, bruise for bruise: in concrete and brutal symmetry, the text insists, as Leviticus explicitly glosses, “as he has done so shall it be done to him.”

Ref: Aristotle’s Eye for Eye

Jesus (Born 4 BC Died 30 AD)

Jesus is famous Jewish preacher and a Religious leader and founder of Christianity. Jesus in his philosophical book “Bible” has mentioned

If someone slaps you on one cheek, offer the other cheek also. If someone demands your coat, offer your shirt also.

Mahatma Gandhi, a famous politician from India, and also Father of Indian Nation has also abide by this philosophy.

Ref: Luke 6:29 

Thiru Valluvar

Thiru Valluvar, the famous Tamil Poet and Philosopher, has written 1330 Couplets (thirukural), has shown his perspective in those couplets. Below are few references in the same context of above two persons.

Kural # 151

அகழ்வாரைத் தாங்கும் நிலம்போலத் தம்மை
இகழ்வார்ப் பொறுத்தல் தலை.

விளக்கம் :

தன்னையே தோண்டினாலும் தோண்டுபவர் விழுந்துவிடாதபடி தாங்கும் நிலம் போலத், தன்னை வார்த்தைகளால் அவமதிப்பவரையும் மதித்துப் பொறுப்பது முதன்மை அறம்.

Couplet Explanation:

To bear with those who revile us, just as the earth bears up those who dig it, is the first of virtues.

Kural # 152

பொறுத்தல் இறப்பினை என்றும் அதனை
மறத்தல் அதனினும் நன்று.

விளக்கம் :

தீமையைத் தண்டிக்க முடியும் என்றபோதும் பொறுத்துக் கொள்க; அந்தத் தீமையை மனத்துள் வைக்காமல் மறந்தே விடுவது பொறுத்தலையும் விட நல்லது.

Couplet Explanation:

Bear with reproach even when you can retaliate; but to forget it will be still better than that.

Kural # 157:

திறனல்ல தற்பிறர் செய்யினும் நோநொந்து
அறனல்ல செய்யாமை நன்று.

விளக்கம் 2:

கொடியவற்றைப் பிறர் தனக்குச் செய்தாலும், பதிலுக்குத் தானும் செய்தால் அவர் வருந்துவாரே என வருந்தி, அறம் அல்லாதவற்றைச் செய்யாது இருப்பது நல்லது.

Couplet Explanation:

Though others inflict injuries on you, yet compassionating the evil (that will come upon them) it will be well not to do them anything contrary to virtue.

All three persons have provided their perspective and its up to us to take the best one and follow.

If I follow Aristotle’s policy currently, then I am punishable by my country’s law, and I am not so generous to follow Jesus’s policy. Hence forgiving option with Thiru valluvar, would be the best option I can follow.

Happy reading…!

– Yuva

Yuvahere.com

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Calculus Made Easy – eBook

January 14, 2018 Leave a comment

Hello All,

Very useful book on differentiation and Integration. A must to know concepts for any AI / Machine Learning concepts.

Link 1 : Calculus Made Easy

Link 2: Calculus Made Easy

Thanks,

Yuvaraj

http://www.Yuvahere.com

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Create a new instance of EC2 and attaching an EBS/EFS storage space

December 16, 2017 Leave a comment

Login to AWS Management console, and click on EC2 under Compute.

Click on “Launch Instance” button.

Now it’s a seven stage process to create a new EC2 instance.

  1. Choose the type of server instance you wish to create
  2. Click on next for all the steps and let it choose the default settings.
  3. Ensure Snapshot is not selected (I am using a free subscription from AWS, so this will not be applicable to me)

At last a new instance of EC2 will be available in your Management console.

To connect and login to the newly created EC2 instance, click on the “Connect” button at the top

A popup will guide you connect to this instance.

Download the RDP file and to provide the password for login to server, click on “Get Password” and select the “.pem” file for your account. Then decrypt the password to view the Admin login password.

Provide the generated password to RDP file, and you will all be set to login to EC2 instance.

I have selected a windows server 2016 instance and here’s how you will be seeing the instance.

As part of Free subscription, by default you will be granted with 30GB free SSD storage.

All is yours now, be cautious on usage, as your credit card is linked with AWS profile.

-Yuvaraj

Yuvahere.com

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4 INNOVATIVE WAYS TO USE AMAZON WEB SERVICES

December 9, 2017 Leave a comment

The most successful users of Amazon Web Services (AWS) don’t use it like traditional infrastructure offered on a pay-as-you-go basis. Instead, they study AWS and then think about how they can use its services and characteristics to design new offerings that were impossible with traditional infrastructure.

Here are some innovative ways to use AWS:

  • Design an application that supports enormous numbers of users. The effectively unlimited scale of resources that AWS provides makes it possible, for the first time in the history of computing, to build applications that can support unlimited user populations. This enables applications like Pinterest to start and scale; what can scale do for you?

  • Participate in “The Internet of Things.” One way of saying it is “software is eating the world.” Another is that everything is becoming a computing device — your watch, your car, your front door lock. The “IoT,” as it’s known, will generate huge amounts of data and network traffic. Use AWS to create an application that delivers a new service or analyzes existing ones.

  • Combine a number of services into a new application. Every application and service is now becoming API-enabled, making it easy to aggregate existing services into a new application. Combine a weather service and a personal health service to enable people to calculate how much Vitamin D3 they’re going to get today. Use AWS to host your application, secure in the knowledge that it can support you whether your application traffic is tiny or huge.

  • Integrate AWS services into your application to make it more powerful. You can use Simple Email Service (SES) to notify users of an important event. You can use Elastic Transcoder to enable user video uploads to make your application functionality richer. There are tons of AWS products to choose from — use as many as you can.

Thanks to Golden

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5 THINGS THAT AMAZON WEB SERVICES CAN AND CAN’T DO

December 9, 2017 Leave a comment

A sure recipe for disappointment is to expect more from Amazon Web Services (AWS) than it can deliver. While AWS is a rich collection of services that are available in effectively unlimited scale, it’s important to understand that there are a number of things AWS can and cannot do:

  • AWS cannot make your legacy application “cloud-based.” Legacy applications have typically been designed for stable loads with static hardware infrastructure. They will probably work in AWS, but they won’t magically become cloud applications.

  • AWS can support highly scalable applications. Think of AWS as offering infinite capacity. All those applications you had trouble with because they outgrew predicted user load, storage use, or network traffic? No problem anymore with AWS. Amazon provides the resource, you provide the application load.

  • AWS cannot make your application failure-proof. Amazon designed AWS based on the notion that “everything fails all the time.” While AWS is designed to be highly resilient to resource failure, that doesn’t mean your application can’t fail — it just means that you have the ability to make your application more robust, if you leverage AWS application design principles.

  • AWS can make it cost less to run your application. Because Amazon provides AWS on a usage-based cost, if you design your application to follow the “down and off” principle of using only what you need and then skedaddling, you can typically save a lot of money compared to the traditional model of resource cost, where you pay up front for resources.

  • AWS cannot make your application secure for you. In cloud computing environments, security is a shared responsibility. Amazon takes on security responsibility for what it provides — the computing environment — while you take on security responsibility for what you provide — application software components. If you don’t do a good job managing your application’s security, there’s nothing Amazon can do to make it secure.

Thanks to Golden

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Causes of war

July 19, 2015 Leave a comment

There can be only 2 causes of war

1. For Land

This is the most happening one and there are millions of cases we can compare for the war because of land. Even now as well.

2. For Lady

This was happening when the civilizations were growing and most of the examples date before Christ.

This can be rooted from the historic epics from India. One of them has been fought for Lady (Sita) and the other has been fought for Land (Hastinapura).

Just to have stable population, god could have thought of reducing this from 2 to 1. He has no option to reduce the land volume, but can keep tab on Lady’s beauty. So, he might have thought of slightly reducing beauty so that the second option can be kept on control. He wished Cleopatra should be the last one, thus making her suicide ~30BC.

– This is truly a thought and nothing intentional to hurt anybody.

Thanks,

Yuvaraj

Yuvahere.com

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