Welcome To Reliance Electronics.
Since its inception in 1996, Reliance Electronics, today is one of the leading indigenous manufactures of safety equipments in India. We proudly claim to be the first company to introduce fourth generation of metal detectors in India.
We offer on array of metal detectors which comprise Hand Held Metal Detector , Door Frame Metal Detector , Deep Search Metal Detector , Under Vehicle Search Mirror , Letter Bomb Detector and many more.
We are an ISO 9001-2008 certified company. more...
Common courtesy says that we don't use the phone when we're in the same room with someone with whom we are actively engaged (. being with one another is the primary goal). It's rude to ignore someone for any reason when you're supposed to be in interpersonal engagement, including watching TV, being lost in thought so you're unresponsive to that person, paying more attention to the cat, flirting with someone across the room, etc. None of those have to do with any newfangled technology, and there aren't a plethora of articles about how those things are damaging our ability to relate. Rudeness is rudeness and hasn't changed.
As a tool, I think computers are the cat’s meow. But as this something more they’ve become, this integrated component that so many people have become dependent upon, I am sometimes a little worried or concerned. We believe we live in a largely stable world, with virtually endless supplies of natural resources. And yet that belief isn’t grounded in reality — we live in a limited-resource world where, one day (perhaps in some of our’s future), some of those resources may very well run out or dwindle significantly. So it’s a simple equation: limited future natural resources means limited supplies of electricity, the stuff that powers our modern world.