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Shah Rukh Khan to feature on ‘STAR PLUS’ New Year Special

A special program to usher in the New Year on Star Plus titled ‘Mauja Hi Mauja’ will head line Bollywood crowd pullers like Shah Rukh Khan, Hrithik Roshan and Salman Khan.

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Conceived as a homage to Mumbai police officers who laid down their lives for the safety of Mumbaikers, the program will also feature other stars including Priyanka Chopra, Kangaana Ranaut, Govinda, Madhur Bhandarkar, Shreyas Talpade, Neetu Chandra,Neha Dhupia, Shaan, Himesh Reshammiya, Adnan Sami, Kim Sharma, Jonny Lever, Mona Singh, Hussain and Tina.

Besides performances the fun filled extravaganza will include gags and spoofs.

Tune in to Mauja Hi Mauja-Bollywood Ka Sabse Bada Tamasha on December 31 at 10 pm only on Star Plus.

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December 31, 2008 Posted by | Bollywood, Movie | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

APPSC Group II results,Download Group ii Halltickets-www.apspsc.gov.in

APPSC Group II results has declared out.

official website of Andhra Pradesh Public Service Commission http://apspc.gov.in/

RESULTS NOTIFICATION It is hereby notified that on the basis of the results of the Written Examination held on 20/09/2008 and 21/09/2008 to the Executive Posts falling under Group – II Services notified vide Notification No.32/2007, the candidates with the following Register Numbers have been provisionally admitted for the ORAL TEST (Interview) to be held in the Commission’s Office, Prathibha Bhavan, Opp. Gagan Vihar, M.J. Road, Nampally, Hyderabad.

To Know the APPSC Group II results,Click here

Download the Group II Halltickets from Here

The Andhra Pradesh Public Service Commission on Friday approved the Group II services recruitment notification to fill 578 executive and 890 non-executive posts

The candidates who are qualified for Interview are required to produce the OriginalCertificates relating to Age, Qualifications, Community and Study (from 4th class to 10th class) etc., at the time of verification of documents, one day before the date of interview, failing which, they will not be admitted for interview. If, on further verification it is found that any candidate is not eligible with reference to the particulars furnished by him/her in the Application Form/ Certificates the results of such candidate/ Candidates shall be cancelled at any stage during the process of selection.Individual call letters indicating date of verification of certificates and date of Interview will be sent to the candidates separately.

December 31, 2008 Posted by | Education, News, Results | , , , , , , , , , , | 20 Comments

NMAT 2008 Exam Analysis,Cut off details

NMAT is conducted by the famous NMIMS University . As an MBA institution NMIMS has always outperformed itself , establishing newer records every time.

NMIMS has been consistently ranked in the top 10 business schools of the country. The placements have been fantastic with highest offer of INR 24 lakhs and average offer of INR 11.40 laks per annum.

NMAT 2008 Probable Cut Offs

With over 83.33 % weightage to the NMAT score in selection procedure, just qualifying cut offs is not enough  . Since the difficulty level remained the same , it is almost sure that cut offs would stay the same or at best may be a mark or two less.

Here is what Major Coaching Institutes have to say about the cut offs.

TIME : Not updated yet

IMS  : Not updated yet

Career Launcher : Not updated yet

PT Education : Not updated yet

Career Forum: 87 +

TCY Online : 84 + marks

NMAT 2008 Analysis from Major Coaching Institutes

Not many institutes have released their analysis yet . Anyways here is the link for all those that have released the NMAT 2008 analysis.

Click here for TCY Online’s analysis of NMAT 2008.

Click here for Career forum’s analysis of NMAT 2008.  Requires Registration.

Click here for TIME’analysis of NMAT 2008 (Not updated yet) 

Click here for Career Launcher’s analysis of NMAT 2008 (Not updated yet) 

Click here for IMS’s analysis of NMAT 2008 (Not updated yet) 

Click here for PT Education’s analysis of NMAT 2008 (Not updated yet

Source:www.wlug.net

December 28, 2008 Posted by | Education, Results | , , , , , , , | 2 Comments

Jammu and Kashmir election results 2008

Counting begins at 8 AM on December 28

   Parties Leads Results
 
   PDP 21   0  
 
   Cong 13   0  
 
   NC 28   0  
 
   BJP 15   0  
 
   Others 10   0  
 
   Total 87 0

6 state Election results

 

 Chhattisgarh Results  
 Results 90  
 
  BJP 49  
 
  Cong 38  
 
  Oth 3  
 
 Delhi Results  
 Results 69  
 
  Cong 42  
 
  BJP 23  
 
  Oth 4  
 
 Mizoram Results  
 Results 40  
 
  Cong 32  
 
  MNF 4  
 
  Others 4  
 
 Madhya Pradesh Results  
 Results 230  
 
  BJP+ 142  
 
  Cong+ 71  
 
  Ind & Oth 17  
 
 Rajasthan Results  
 Results 200  
 
  Cong 96  
 
  BJP 78  
 
  Oth 26  

 

SMS POLL to 57333 for latest election updates

 

Parties Leads Results
 
PDP 18 3
 
Cong 12 1
 
NC 21 6
 
BJP 13 3
 
Others 9 1
 
Total 73 14

 

J&K Election Results | Jammu and Kashmir Election Results | JK Elections | Omar Abdullah | 6 State Election Results Via RediffWhy J&K will remember the 2008 polls ? 

The 2008 assembly elections in Jammu and Kashmir [Images] will be remembered for a host of reasons. Post 1996, it is the first election which has passed off peacefully, without any major untoward incident marring the process. In the wake of the election boycott call given by the separatists, the voter turnout, particularly in the conflict-ridden valley of Kashmir, has been much higher than expected.

There are certain aspects about this election that cannot be brushed aside. Even those who braved the bitter cold and waited for hours outside polling stations, reiterated that they were casting their vote for the development of the valley and that ‘Azaadi’ runs through their veins.

Over 1,354 candidates, including 468 independent candidates and 67 women contestants, are in the fray for the 87-member Assembly. As many as 1,354 candidates, including 78 from the Congress, 85 from the National Conference, 64 from the Bharatiya Janata Party and 78 from the People’s Democratic Party are contesting this time.

Total assets declared by the candidates, in their affidavits filed before the respective returning officers, sum up to a whopping Rs 7,769,012,944. The NC has the maximum number of crorepati candidates (33), followed by the PDP (18), the Congress (17) and the BJP (8).

The PDP is fielding a number of young candidates, with as many as 22 candidates below the age of 35. The NC, with 18 candidates below the age of 35, is at number two, followed by the BJP and Congress with 15 each.

The 2008 assembly election has also witnessed unprecedented participation by women — as voters and as candidates.

There were only 29 women candidates in the fray for the 2002 assembly elections. The number has more than doubled this time.

In 1972, four women candidates were elected to the state legislature, and that remains the highest number of women legislators in the state. The record is likely to change this time.

The PDP has fielded nine women contestants, followed by the BJP (5), the Congress (4), and the NC (2).

Like all other poll-bound states, J&K also has its share of candidates with criminal cases registered against them. The NC has fielded five such candidates, followed by the PDP (2), the BJP (2), and the Congress (1). 

Source: rediff.com

December 28, 2008 Posted by | Politics, Results | , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Sabsey Favourite Kaun 2009 Winners

SABSEY FAVOURITE KAUN 2009 WINNERS                      

   

Sabsey Favaurite Hero                 Akshay Kumar

Sabsey Favaurite Heroine             Katrina Kaif

Path Breaking Film of the Year      Rock On

Sabsey Favaurite Film                Singh Is Kinng

Sabsey Favourite Comic Hero      Paresh Rawal

Sabsey Favourite Gaana            Kabhi Kabhi Aditi

Sabsey Tez Sitara                    Deepika Padukone

Sabsey Favourite Fashion Icon   Bipasha Basu

Sabsey Favourite Naya Hero      Imran Khan

Sabsey Favourite Nayi Heroin     Prachi Desai

Where is SRK in the winners list?

This is.Akki is the sabse fav hero???He do not deserve it.

From Last Five Years SRK wins the Favourite Hero Awards.This awards was compete between Dec 2007 to Nov 2008.So RNBDJ n Ghajini is not in list.Then why Taare Zameen Par hasn’t got any awards.Its a great movie.And its Singh is king,which won Sabse fav film.In fact,Akshay Kumar do not deserve it and his film too.

December 28, 2008 Posted by | Bollywood, Movie | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 27 Comments

Jai Narayan University-PTET 2008 3rd counselling results

Jai Narayan University,Jodhpur,Rajasthan.

PTET-2008

Pre Teacher Education Test-2008 3rd counselling results has declared.

Click here for the results of  Arts Faculty for 3rd counselling

Click here for the Waiting list details of Arts facultyfor 3rd counselling.

PTET-2008 2nd Counselling results

Click here for the resluts of Arts Faculty for 2nd counselling

Click here for the resluts of Science Faculty for 2nd counselling

PTET-2008 1st Counselling results

Click here for the resluts of Arts Faculty for 2nd counselling

Click here for the resluts of Commerce Faculty for 2nd counselling

Click here for the resluts of Science Faculty for 2nd counselling

December 28, 2008 Posted by | Education, Results | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 4 Comments

MAT results December,2008 -http://www.aima-ind.org/

Results of Management Aptitude Test (MAT) held in December, 2008 has been declared out now by AIMA website.

AIMA website says “Candidates may also view/download the MAT Score from AIMA website http://www.aima-ind.org/ Other Exam results About Management Aptitude Test (MAT)

Click here for 7 December 2008 MAT results

7 December 2008 MAT result is also available through SMS from 6pm onwards on 26/12/2008

To Know the Result through SMS: 

SMS as 

MATS<Space>FORMNO<Space>DOB(ddmmyy) to 54242 or 57333 

Eg: MATS 200391 030985 to 57333
Eg: MATS 200391 030985 to 54242 

It is applicable to All Phone Operators

 MAT is usually conducted 4 times in a year in February, May, September and December. The minimum qualification for appearing in MAT is graduation in any discipline from any recognized University or equivalent recognized degree. A final year student in any undergraduate (i.e. B.A, B.Sc., B.Com., B.Tech., etc) can also appear provisionally. Usually, there is a minimum percentage requirement in graduation, which is different for different MIs/University. For this refer to the prospectus of the particular MIs/University.

December 27, 2008 Posted by | Education, Results | , , , , , , , , , , | 59 Comments

Aamir Khan’s Ghajini Rediff review-Breezy, but forgettable

Hum Do, Humaare (Memen)to

Raja Sen

December 24, 2008 18:05 IST 24ghajini1

I saw a fantastic Aamir Khan[Images] film the other night, one where his obsession with a pretty woman led to him being clubbed on the head with a generic looking rod. The blunt force trauma led to amnesia, or so claimed Khan’s character, leading to a wickedly fun plot, rife with both misunderstanding and subterfuge. Awesome stuff, Andaz Apna Apna.

Then, on Monday, I watched Ghajini[Images]. And an Andaz Apna Apnathis ain’t.

Before going into what it is, let us first dispense with the Memento talk.

The film’s makers have ludicrously attached a disclaimer that says that because their film’s protagonist suffers from a little-known medical disorder called anterograde amnesia, there is a likelihood that their story could feature elements common to other stories and films. Riight. Must be easy to be a specialist in the field then, a doctor who just needs to check the patient for a series of tattoos.

And while Ghajini might feature Aamir Khan going through the exact same condition Guy Pearce does in Memento yet — despite the tattoos, the polaroids, and the vengeful hero with a penchant for post-its — this is a pretty original desi picture, yes sir.

For director AR Murugadoss doesn’t take that ‘story’ credit lightly: He’s taken the Memento plot, set its non-linearity into chronological order, taken out the actual investigative intrigue and replaced it with a series of convenient coincidences and — this one’s the clincher — added a full-blown backstory about how the hero met and fell in love with the murder victim, complete with a bunch of songs. It’s hard work making good masala, for God’s sake.

And Aamir Khan knows it well. It’s dubious as to just how much that body needed to be beefed up — heaven knows Guy Pearce didn’t resemble a steroid commercial — but Khan’s dedication is impressive, no question. As Sanjay Singhania, the killing machine dedicated to tracking down his lover’s killer, the actor plays a frenzied killing machine, clinical yet with a twisted, macabre fondness for gore. And he does really well.

His anterograde condition kicks in every fifteen minutes, which means he has to now restart investigation, scribble refreshed notes, and get back on track. And he’s very well-versed in habit; at a point when he’s suspicious despite having no self-scribbled clue to guide him, he analyses breathing patterns. It’s a role that requires much consternation — and Khan is truly wonderful when his character is bewildered — as well as much over-the-top, frothing at the mouth rage.24ghajini2

That would have been it for his job description had this been a standard, well-produced action movie, but there is a hardcore filmi romance smack bang in the middle of it all — one that has possibly a few minutes more screentime than the action section. And while Khan can still pour out the smitten-schoolboy charm at 43, the entire romantic part of the film is so depressingly obvious that it doesn’t work at all, and only serves in slowing down the momentum of what would be an entertaining action film.

A large part of this blame must be assigned to the leading lady. Granted, Asin is straddled with a character that begs the suffix -ine to be tagged onto her name, but a strong performance could certainly have salvaged this half of the film. Her Kalpana is one of those do-gooder heroines soaking in earnestness and sympathy, the kind of character that went out of style back when Juhi Chawla  was a heroine, and it needed much verve to actually make this work. She doesn’t deliver — her chirpiness is most painful — and resultantly this rather stereotyped he’s-rich-she-doesn’t-know romance always seems underwhelming.

Even with the romance getting in the way, Murugadoss’ version of the amnesiac killer could have been a very compelling watch. There are times when they take huge departures from the original film, and the what-if possibilities are most intriguing. Until, you discover, that nothing is done about them. In a chilling scene, the villain’s goons strap Khan down and, after painting over his meticulously graffiti’d walls and his investigative charts, take out a tattoo gun and crudely rub out all his tattoos, the clues he’s investigated for so long.24ghajini3

This sets you up beautifully for a sequence where Khan discovers this, one where he wakes up to realise that all his investigations have been in vain. Does he even know he was investigating in the first place? And how does he feel waking up to see a body covered in hideously scratched out tattoos? It’s a trauma the character begs to be dealt with, but alas… the moment is ignored, possibly in favour of giving more time to the half-hour climax. Sigh.

This is a violent film, but there is no call for that besides shock. The gore seems gratituous — there is a tap scene bordering on the laughable — and while Khan leaps into his adversaries with an alarming intensity, somehow its hard to stomach a film where he stands in the middle of an alley and fells seven-with-one-blow. It is the kind of cinema we thought we’d seen the back of, and even if there’s nothing wrong with escapist mainstream masala, both audiences and Aamir seem a little less used to it.

Pradeep Rawat plays the titular villain with undisguised glee making up for thespian skills, and Jiah Khan glimpsed here after Nishabd, is actually quite decent in a character better written than that of the heroine. Unfortunately, the only time she does look super-hot (in white, in theLattoo song) is the one song where the director keeps cutting away to the action, darn it. The songs are completely extraneous narrative killers, but Rahman’s turned in a marvellous soundtrack and we’ll lap them up uncomplainingly.

Watch Ghajini, though. Watch it for Aamir Khan, because I don’t think I’ve seen him having this much fun as an actor in a very long time — and that’s always great to see. Not that I mean it’s as good as Teelu, of course.

The film itself is impressive in bits, with some terrific sequences, but the romance takes away its thunder. It is a breezy watch that could have been a really crackling one, and while there really is timepass fun to be had, the overwhelming feeling is one of regret.

For what can you say about a film on memory loss that turns out forgettable?

Rediff Rating: rating2half123456789

December 24, 2008 Posted by | Bollywood, Movie | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 2 Comments

Madras HC suspends stay order, permits release of ‘Ghajini’

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.The Madras High Court today suspended its stay order and permitted screening of Aamir Khan-starrer Bollywood movie ‘Ghajini’, slated for release across the country tomorrow.
A single judge of the court yesterday put on hold the release of the film after a copyright violation suit was filed by the producer of the original Tamil version.

Conditionally suspending the order, a Division Bench comprising Justices V Dhanapalan and M Satyanarayanan directed M S Geetha Arts, a division of Ghajini’s producer Allu Entertainment Pvt Ltd, to deposit a sum of Rs five crore with the Court Registry.

December 24, 2008 Posted by | Bollywood, Movie | Leave a comment

Megan Fox voted as the sexiest woman on earth

Actress Megan Fox has been voted the sexiest woman on earth in a new online poll of men and women.

The `Transformers` star was the top choice of both male and female respondents, who were asked which sex symbols they were most excited to see on the big screen in 2009. 

In the Fandango.com`s survey of 2,000 readers, Jennifer Aniston was the No 2 choice among women while a distant eighth among men. 

Scarlett Johansson came third in men`s list and seventh in women“s list, reports the New York Post.

Charlize Theron landed the fourth spot in men`s list and eight in women`s list.

Salma Hayek rounded off the top five for both men and women.

Sexiest women, according to men:

1. Megan Fox
2. Jessica Alba
3. Scarlett Johansson
4. Charlize Theron
5. Salma Hayek
6. Kate Beckinsale
7. Jessica Biel
8. Jennifer Aniston
9. Nicole Kidman
10. Halle Berry

Sexiest women, according to women:

1. Megan Fox
2. Jennifer Aniston
3. Halle Berry
4. Jessica Alba
5. Salma Hayek
6. Kate Beckinsale
7. Scarlett Johansson
8. Charlize Theron
9. Kate Hudson
10. Julia Roberts

Dudes…! Where are the Asian Actresses in the poll.

December 24, 2008 Posted by | Movie, News, world | 1 Comment