- UP Board to declare Class 10 Examination Results today
- Four students bag Rank 1 in Tamil Nadu SSLC 2012 Examination
- Governor asks for Report on Violence by Ranvir Sena Supporters on Sunday
- Poonam Pandey has lot to reveal in her debut Film
- It is Technology Time for Priyanka Chopra
- When China cautioned its Nationals travelling in India
- What Sachin Tendulkar will do in the Parliament ?
- MilkyWay heading towards head-on Collision with Andromeda
- Sachin Tendulkar formally inducted as Rajya Sabha MP
- Ex- Army Chief V K Singh calls Anna Ramdev Fast as Timely and Valid
Posted: 04 Jun 2012 03:04 PM PDT
Results of Class 10 Examination conducted by Uttar Pradesh Board would be declared on June 5 for which the examination were held in March this year appearing over 32 lakhs students.
Students can view the results online at the UP Board’s Official website, http://upresults.nic.in/.
Students are warned not to view the results published on any other website as these may be un-authentic or spammy leading to unnecessary effort and time spent in viewing the correct result.
You can also get the result via SMS
For Vodafone and Idea Users
Send UP12<space>Your_Roll_Number to 572721
For Other Mobile Operators
Send UP12<space>Your_Roll_Number to 57272
Currently there are 9121 secondary schools recognized by the U.P. Board of High School and Intermediate Education. The Board is headquartered at Allahabad with regional offices at Meerut, Varanasi and Bareilly. The Board Will declare the results of Class 12 Examination on June 8, Friday.
Posted: 04 Jun 2012 02:18 PM PDT
Tamil Nadu State Education Department yesterday announced Class 10 Examination Results. This included Secondary School Leaving Certificate Examination 2012 (SSLC 2012), Matriculation,Oriental School Leaving Certificate Examination ( OSLC 2012) and Anglo-Indian Results.
Four students Srinath P from Thanjavur, Anjala Beegum A H from Ponneri, Ramya Shreeshaa Cotah and Mitisha Surana from Chennai secured 497 marks of 500 to bag the Rank 1 in the Class 10 Examination 2012 conducted by the directorate of government examinations in Tamil Nadu.
10,50,922 appeared for the examination this year,under four different Boards, viz.. Matriculation, Anglo-Indian, Oriental and State board. The Syllabus was common across all the four Boards.
The Results are available on the following Website
Students can also obtain the SSLC Exam result 2012 by
Sending TNSSLC <space> registration number to 56263
Sending TN10 <space> HT No to 56767999 .
Posted: 04 Jun 2012 09:29 AM PDT
Politics over the Ranvir Sena’s Chief Murder and the post-riots has begun and it is taking both Government and Opposition into tizzy. Governor Devanand Konwar has asked to prepare a report on the violence and arson perpetrated by alleged Ranvir Sena supporters on the streets of Patna. He cut short his visit to New Delhi and arrived in Patna on Sunday itself
Director general of police (DGP) Abhayanand and principal secretary (home) Amir Subhani held a closed-door meeting at the chief minister's official residence with other top officials to finalise the report today.
As the procession entered Patna for the cremation, Singh's supporters set afire a police outpost, and attacked police personnel and media persons. They also attacked state Bharatiya Janata Party president C.P. Thakur and damaged his vehicle.
Hundreds of people on motorcycles carrying bamboo sticks and iron rods targeted vehicles in Bihta and Danapur near Patna before entering the city.
The supporters pelted stones at vehicles of top police officials and also damaged vehicles of media persons.
Hundreds of vehicles formed part of the three-kilometre long convey. As they walked, Singh's supporters shouted slogans against the Bihar government and demanded death to the killers.
Police said the supporters were pouring into Patna from Gaya, Jehanabad, Aurangabad, Arwal, Bhojpur and Patna districts.
Posted: 04 Jun 2012 09:19 AM PDT
It is under rumor that the movie would have a plethora of Love making scenes. Even Poonam has hinted about this. In an Interview with Daily Bhaskar she accepted that the movie would have much more to reveal.
"The film I am doing is a bold film. It is very different from anything you have seen on screen till now", she adds. But, at the same time she guarantees that it will not be a cheap flick. "The bold scenes will be shot aesthetically". When asked if she is ready to take it further notch up with a lovemaking scene in the film, pat comes a reply, "If the role demands it, I would not mind doing a lovemaking scene. Also, my fans would love me seeing doing something new".
She is even unperturbed by Sunny Leone’s debut in Films. "There is no competition between Sunny and me. She is doing her work and I am doing mine." she said.
As an Intelligent girl, She was very careful in her choosing the script of the Film.” I have rejected around 30-40 films. Since, none of them interested me much. I wanted a great start to Bollywood and my film gives me that platform," claims the model”, she said.
Posted: 04 Jun 2012 08:50 AM PDT
Kali of Agneepath is no more addicted to Beauty Parlours. She in fact is busy trying out latest technology products and gadgets.
“I love technology. I consider myself geek’s fantasy. Any new gadget in the market, I need to have one,” Priyanka Chopra, the brand ambassador for Digital Direct Broadcast (DDB) technology, told reporters at a press conference here Monday.
Describing DDB, she said: “This DDB is so simple it’s like a file. It’s like a folder where I can put all my memories in one. All information is digitalized and comes in one TV.”
“It was impossible for me not to be associated with this. Everything is digitalized today, it has become easy. It is one gadget which has everything. It is part of progressive evolution of technology.”
As far as films are concerned, after the blockbuster “Agneepath”, the 29-year-old will be see in romantic saga “Teri Meri Kahaani” that travels three time-zones. Directed by Kunal Kohli, the film is coming out June 22.
Posted: 04 Jun 2012 08:13 AM PDT
It has been reported that China recently cautioned its citizens travelling to India. The Chinese foreign ministry website as well as the Chinese embassy in New Delhi posted an advisory on June 1 that warned of travel disruptions due to protests.
The advisory is seen here by some as a retaliatory move against New Delhi issuing advisories warning its traders against doing business in the Chinese commodity hub of Yiwu.
The travel advisory was posted barely days before External Affairs Minister S.M. Krishna’s June 5-7 trip to Beijing to attend the six-nation Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) summit. Krishna would leave for Beijing on Tuesday.
Beijing has, however, denied any link. ”There is no link between the two. The advisory was based on Indian media reports about the nationwide strike against fuel price hike,” Li Xiaojun, an official with the Chinese embassy in New Delhi, told IANS.
“According to Indian media reports, many places in India are witnessing protests and strikes due to the recent hike in oil prices. Railways and highway transport have either come to a halt due to strikes or have been impacted to different degrees,” the advisory said.
“Some shops have closed. Presently, impacted areas include: Delhi, Bangalore, Mumbai, Patna in Bihar, Allahabad and Varanasi in UP, West Bengal, Himachal Pradesh, Orissa etc,” it said.
The Chinese embassy in India, the advisory said, would like to alert the Chinese citizens about this and request them to confirm their itinerary with related agencies to avoid delays.
“At the same time, during this period, they should be careful about personal safety and safeguard their personal belongings,” it said.
The travel advisory by China and its timing has come as a surprise to India as it comes at a time when both sides are making conscious efforts to keep bilateral ties on an even keel.
Posted: 04 Jun 2012 07:37 AM PDT
Critics claim that he was inducted into the Parliament due to Political reasons and that he should rather be given Bharat Ratna, the highest Civilian Award. His role in Cricket ground was more important than that in Rajya Sabha.
As far as his fans are concerned, majority of them donot want him in Parliament. There has been tremendous protest across Social media against this move. Put simple Netizens donot want Sachin to be involved in the mesh of Politicians which is the beehive of corruption and all sorts of malpractices.
Amid these Sachin has said that he would take care for all Sports not just Cricket. ”I will be happy if I am remembered as someone who contributed to all sports rather than just to cricket statistics. That will be fantastic,” he said.
When asked about, whether he would get enough time to devote to parliament?
“I am here because of my cricketing career and I cannot take any focus away from cricket because that is where it all started for me.
“My focus will be on cricket. As and when there is time in between, I will look at other things and see how I can help and bringing whatever changes not (just) in cricket but other sports (too),” he added.
And then he added something with a Political Tongue
“I believe there might be a few obstacles and challenges, and I need help from my fellow parliamentarians, the administrators, media and our countrymen. I think together we can make lot of changes,” he said.
Now read two contrasting statements made by him today,
I always have this dream of giving back to cricket… I strongly believe whatever I am today is because of cricket.
My focus will be on cricket. As and when there is time in between, I will look at other things and see how I can help and bringing whatever changes not (just) in cricket but other sports (too).
The way he cleverly put two opposite lines shows that the Cricketing legend has mastered the language of Parliament. He might plan to play another innings in Parliament also, may be at Lok Sabha.
Future will tell us whether Sachin as MP would be beneficial to the field of sports or it becomes the reason for his downfall, but for the moment lets rejoice for his grandeur achievement.
Posted: 04 Jun 2012 04:12 AM PDT
The Andromeda galaxy is now 2.5 million light-years away, but it is inexorably falling toward the Milky Way under the mutual pull of gravity between the two galaxies and the invisible dark matter that surrounds them both, according to scientists.
“After nearly a century of speculation about the future destiny of Andromeda and our Milky Way, we at last have a clear picture of how events will unfold over the coming billions of years,” said Sangmo Tony Sohn of the Space Telescope Science Institute (STScI), Baltimore, US.
The scenario is like a baseball batter watching an oncoming fastball. Although Andromeda is approaching us more than two thousand times faster, it will take four billion years before the strike, according to a STScI statement.
“Our findings are statistically consistent with a head-on collision between the Andromeda galaxy and our Milky Way galaxy,” said Roeland van der Marel of STScI.
The solution came through painstaking NASA Hubble Space Telescope measurements of the motion of Andromeda, which also is known as M31.
Computer simulations derived from Hubble’s data show that it will take an additional two billion years after the encounter for the interacting galaxies to completely merge under the tug of gravity and reshape into a single elliptical galaxy, according to researchers.
It is likely the Sun will be flung into a new region of our galaxy, but the Earth and solar system are in no danger of being destroyed, researchers add.
Although the galaxies will plough into each other, stars inside each galaxy are so far apart that they will not collide with other stars during the encounter. However, the stars will be thrown into different orbits around the new galactic centre, say researchers.
Posted: 04 Jun 2012 01:27 AM PDT
Sachin took oath in the chamber of Rajya Sabha Chairman Hamid Ansari. He was accompanied by his wife Anjali Tendulkar.
Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs Rajiv Shukla, Minister of State in Prime Minister’s Office V. Narayanawamy and a few other leaders were also present on the occasion.
After taking oath, he cleared that would not stop playing cricket for Parliament. ”I don’t want rumours to start that I have stopped playing cricket. I will let everyone know when I will stop playing cricket,” he said when asked how he would assuage people who raise questions whether he would be able to do justice to the job in Parliament when he is still playing cricket.”.
“…I am here because of my cricketing career. I cannot take any focus away from my cricket. That is where it all started for me. I will focus on my cricket and as and when I stop playing cricket, I don’t know, when I will start attending to other things.
“Cricket comes first,” Tendulkar told reporters as he and wife Anjali were chaperoned by Shukla to Rajya Sabha Chairman Hamid Ansari’s chamber.
There was much excitement in the corridors of Parliament as a large number of officials gathered outside Ansari’s chamber where Tendulkar took oath.
A number of Parliament staffers took out their mobile phones to capture a glimpse of the cricketer.
Tendulkar said the Rajya Sabha nomination has put him in better position to help not only cricket but also other sports in the country.
Posted: 04 Jun 2012 01:07 AM PDT
Amid speculation of his joining Team Anna, Ex- Army Chief Gen. V K Singh has supported the fight of Team Anna and Baba Ramdev. He was at Vrindavan to offer prayers at the famous Banke Bihari temple.
When asked about the Anti-graft agitation, he called it ”timely and valid”. He said that corruption was a major issue in the country and it was upto the government to devise ways to tackle it.
He however declined to join Politics. Gen. Singh said that while there were many issues facing the nation, he did not have any “immediate plan” to join politics.
Gen. Singh refused to talk about his 42-year tenure with the Indian Army – beyond saying that he had come to thank God that it had passed off peacefully – citing confidentiality on many issues. He also hoped that the government would do all it can to maintain the honour of the force.
“At the end all was good and I wanted to thank God for his blessings” , he added.
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