Kozhikode Santha Devi Died at 85 in private hospital

Actress Santha Devi passed away at the age of 85 ,today at private hospital in Kozhikode , She was in treatment for Old age diseases for long period, but her death caused due to kidney failure

Shanta devi acted more than 480 films in supporting roles, she acted as mother roles of prem nassir mammotty ,mohanlal. she was awarded the life time achievement award of Kerala Sangeetha Nataka Akademi in 2005.also she won National Film Award for Best Supporting Actress for her performance in Yamanam

Her life was full of miseries , her first husband divorced and her second husband died in accident, also her son suicide.All these was unfortunate memories for her

Her last movie in malayalam is Kerala cafe.

Siliguri MMS Video case: Girl commits suicide

A diploma student has hanged her herself from the ceiling of her room on Wednesday night ,She was under depression following circulation of a MMS clip among her friends & college mates. She had complained the police across the city on September , But still the boy is black mailing her with that clip .According to the police, the 18-year-old decease was student of Siliguri Government Polythechnic College. The MMS was prepared by one of the student in the college and it got circulated.
Police said that one Anindya Garai made the obscene clips of the girl and circulated it to others. The girl met Anindya at hostel mess where she was filmed on mobile phone.

Mukesh Ambani house ,Antilia in Mumbai photos pics

Mukesh Ambani, the fifth richest man in the world,is building the most expensive single family residence ever, a $2 billion 27 story skyscraper in downtown Mumbai. According to the plan, the house will rise to a height of 173.12 meters, equivalent to that of a regular 60-storeyed residential building. However, Antilia will have only 27 storeys in all, which means each floor will have a ceiling considerably higher than the current average of nearly three meters.

Some of Important Points

The building consists of

  • 4,00,000 Square feet area
  • 27 Stories
  • Nine Elevators
  • Six Floors of Parking
  • Four Stories Vertical Garden
  • Three Helicopter Landing Pads
  • 600 Servants Staff

PICTURES

Mukesh Ambani Home Entertainment Theater

Mukesh Ambani Home Bathroom ,Ballroom, Garage

Mukesh Ambani Home First Aid Room

INTERIOR PHOTOS

CONSTRUCTION PICS


S S Chandran Actor Died : Tamil Actor S S Chandran dead or passed away

The famous Actor S S Chandran passed away from us on last night at 12:30 , He had performed many noticeable role in many south films,  According to news agencies he was suffering from prolonged illness and was prone to severe cardiac arrest.

Beyond all this he was Member of Parliament for ADMK party.

Heavy Rain In Kerala : Heavy Rain in Kollam, Thiruvananthapuram,Alapuzha News & Photos

Many place across kerala has receiving heavy and continous rain since last 48 hours,According to climate the rain may continue for next 2 days in Kochi, Idukki, Ottappalam, Peerrumedu, Manjari, Alapuzha, Thalasseri, Kozhikode, Thrissur, Punalur, Kasaragod and Kannur. , The schools &  professional educational institution  seems to be off today,There is chance of 45 to 55 km ph wind would lash along Kerala coast and over Lakshadweep during the next 48 hour

Many airplanes carrying passengers  from  Gulf countries were diverted from Karipur airport to Kochi and Thiruvananthapuram because of poor visibility. Traffic was disrupted in Kozhikode city and suburbs as roads were submerged. Landslips near Thodupuzha and other parts of Idukki district destroyed crops in about 50 hectares. Road traffic was disrupted in some places. Heavy rains damaged 12 houses and destroyed two.

Kollam city seems is affected badly by traffic jam,Many building across te city seems to destroyed due to wind.

Metro Train Service to Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium in Delhi Gets started today

The audience who going to Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium Sunday evening for the inauguration of the Commonwealth Games can use Delhi Metro Train service new Central Secretariat-Sarita Vihar line which will open about 12 hours ahead of the event as the officials mentioned to us. One of the officer their reported that A metro official said that before the start of the services, pilot trains will be run on the line with officers from the signalling, electrical, track and rolling stock wings to check the preparedness.&Trains on the line will run at a frequency of two minutes and 40 seconds, the last train from the stadium’s metro station for passengers going towards Central Secretariat will be available at 11.24 p.m., while the last train from the stadium towards Sarita Vihar will depart at 11.27 p.m.From Oct 4 the metro services on the line will be available between 6 a.m. and 11 p.m.

New metro line will run under the ground for 6 kms – from Central Secretariat to Lajpat Nagar – and 9 kms on an elevated corridor – from Lajpat Nagar to Sarita Vihar.

According to the official, the line will be extended from Sarita Vihar to Badarpur within 10 days.

Ashok Bhatt died: Gujarat Assembly Speaker Ashok Bhatt dead & Passed away on sept 29

Ashok Bhatt (71years old) was Gujarat assembly speaker , the one the major poltical leader has passed off  last Wednesday night, He was admitted on SAL hospital for a month , he died around 10 pm at night on september 29

Director of SAL Hospital(Dr Nitin Shah ) had  confirmed Bhatt’s demise. “He was suffering from a number of illnesses for the last one month. A team of experts was constantly monitoring his condition and he had started responding to the treatment. However, his health started deteriorating two days back and today, at around 10:45 pm, he died of multiple organ failure.”

As news of Bhatt’s death spread, people from across the city rushed to the hospital. Residents of Khadia, which is Bhatt’s native ward and assembly constituency, thronged the hospital campus on Wednesday night. Many men and women rushed to the hospital in their night dress and could not control their tears on learning of the death of their most loved leader.

Ayodhya -Babri masjid judgement today : Ayodhya verdict complete history year wise

HISTORY OF AYODHYA VERDICT


The ayodhya issue was since about serval years the sepetember 30 comes as remarkable date in the indian history, its judgement may affect the poltical future of india, We are enclosing the history of ayodhya issue provided by some news agencies to us

1528: The Babri Masjid was built in Ayodhya in 1528. Hindu groups claim it was built after demolishing a temple.
1853: The first recorded communal clashes over the site date back to this year.

1859: The colonial British administration put a fence around the site, denominating separate areas of worship for Hindus and Muslims. And that is the way it stood for about 90 years.

1949: In December of that year, idols were put inside the mosque. Both sides to the dispute filed civil suits. The government locked the gates, saying the matter was sub-judice and declared the area “disputed”.

1984: The movement to build a temple at the site, which Hindus claimed was the birthplace of Lord Ram, gathered momentum when Hindu groups formed a committee to spearhead the construction of a temple at the Ramjanmabhoomi site.

1986: A district judge ordered the gates of the mosque to be opened after almost five decades and allowed Hindus to worship inside the “disputed structure.”

1986: A Babri Mosque Action Committee was formed as Muslims protested the move to allow Hindu prayers at the site.

1989: The clamour for building a Ram temple was growing. Fronted by organizations like the Vishwa Hindu Parishad, foundations of a temple were laid on land adjacent to the “disputed structure.”

1990: The then BJP president Lal Krishna Advani took out a cross-country rathyatra to garner support for the move to build a Ram temple at the site. VHP volunteers partially damaged the Babri mosque. Prime Minister Chandrashekhar intervened and tried to negotiate with the various groups. But talks failed.

1991: Riding high on the success of Advani’s rathyatra, the BJP became India’s primary opposition party in Parliament and came to power in Uttar Pradesh.

1991: The movement for building a temple gathered further momentum with Karsevaks or Hindu volunteers pouring into Ayodhya. Bricks were sent from across India.

1992: On December 6, the Babri mosque was demolished by Karsevaks. Communal riots across India followed.

1992: On December 16, ten days after the demolition, the Congress government at the Centre, headed by PV Narasimha Rao, set up a commission of inquiry under Justice Liberhan.

1993: Three months after being constituted, the Liberhan Commission began investigations into who and what led to the demolition of the Barbri mosque.

2001: Tensions rose on the anniversary of the demolition of the mosque as the VHP reaffirmed its resolve to build a temple at the site.

2002: Early that year, as Uttar Pradesh headed for Assembly elections, the BJP did not commit itself to the construction of a Ram temple in Ayodhya in its election manifesto. The VHP, however, remains adamant and set March 15 of that year as the deadline for construction to begin. Hundreds of volunteers start converging on the site.

2002: On February 27, at least 58 people were killed in Godhra, Gujarat, in an attack on a train believed to be carrying Hindu volunteers from Ayodhya. Riots followed in the state and over 1000 people were reported to have died in these.

2002: In April that year, a 3-judge Lucknow bench of the Allahabad High Court began hearings on determining who owned the site.

2003: The court ordered a survey to find out whether a temple to Lord Ram existed on the site. In August, the survey presented evidence of a temple under the mosque. But Muslim groups disputed the findings.

2003: In September, a court ruled that seven Hindu leaders, including some prominent BJP leaders, should stand trial for inciting the destruction of the Babri Mosque. But no charges were brought against Lal Krishna Advani, by now the Deputy Prime Minister.

2004: A Congress-led government returned to power at the Centre, after the general elections threw up what many saw as a surprise result.

2004: In November, an Uttar Pradesh court ruled that an earlier order which exonerated LK Advani for his role in the destruction of the mosque should be reviewed.

2007: The Supreme Court refused to admit a review petition on the Ayodhya dispute.

2009: The Liberhan Commission, which was instituted ten days after the demolition of the Barbri mosque in 1992, submitted its report on June 30 – almost 17 years after it began its inquiry. Its contents were not made public.

2010: The High Court bench in Lucknow hearing the title suit case, said it would pronounce verdict on September 24, Friday last. Days later, a plea to defer verdict on the Ramjanmabhoomi-Babri Masjid title suit was rejected by the Allahabad High Court.

The petitioner, Ramesh Chandra Tripathi, then approached the Supreme Court, which stayed the High Court verdict on Friday. The two judges who heard the case differed, resulting in the Chief Justice stepping in. A three-judge bench of the Supreme Court, headed by the Chief Justice of India on Tuesday, September 28, cleared the way for the Lucknow bench of the Allahabad High Court to pronounce verdict on the Ayodhya title suit case.

Ayodhya: Judgement- Ayodhya babri masjid verdict Judgement Report On September 30

The Indian court will rule on Thursday whether Hindus or Muslims own land around a demolished mosque in north India, a judgment haunted by memories of 1992 riots that  2,000 people were killed

Those riots were some of the country’s worst religious violence since Partition in 1947 and a verdict on the case may spark more disturbances between India’s majority Hindus and minority Muslims.

Home Minister P Chidambaram has already appealed for peace and advised against any hasty conclusion that one side has won or the other has lost in the Allahabad High Court verdict on the Ram Janambhoomi-Babri Masjid title suits.

He held a meeting with top officials of his ministry on Tuesday to take stock of the situation and work out plans for meeting any eventuality. He also visited his Ministry’s Control Room and Integrated Operations Centre review their functioning.

The Home Ministry has identified 32 sensitive locations across the country — four of them in Uttar Pradesh – where there is a potential for “evoking of sharp reactions” following the verdict, the sources said.

The Centre has kept in readiness paramilitary forces at 16 strategic locations across the country. These locations are close to airports and the security forces would be airborne in 10 minutes in case such a requirement arises, they said.

For the purpose of airlifting of forces, IL-76 and AN-32 transport aircraft of the Indian Air Force are being positioned at these 16 locations, which include Ahmedabad, Coimbatore, Bagdogra and Delhi. Cities like Hyderabad and Delhi have also identified restricted sites.

The Home Ministry has asked paramilitary forces, including CRPF and Rapid Action Force (RAF), to keep reinforcements ready as and when needed by states for deployment in sensitive areas after the verdict. The ban on bulk SMSes continues.

In an advisory, the Home Ministry has asked all states — especially UP, Maharashtra, Gujarat, Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh and Kerala — and Union Territories to give “top most priority” in maintaining law and order.

Fearing “sharp reactions and communal passions among both Hindus and Muslims depending on the way the judgement goes”, the Ministry has asked states and UTs to keep a close watch on activities of religious bodies of both the communities in the run-up to the judgement.

The Ministry has informed states and UTs of the activities of various religious groups which have already announced countrywide mass mobilisation and awareness campaign in view of the forthcoming court verdict.

SBI Clerk Recruitment 2011

The leading bank of India announces about the clerical recruitment 2011, There are about 6100 number of vaccancies

The last date to apply for the exam  is 1st November 2010 and the exam test is on 16th January 2011.

There are a total of 6100 Number of vacancies to be filled with this recruitment, age limit, reservation schema category wise break up and the advertisement notification details about eligibility criteria, how to apply and instructions are available in the official website and advertisement in leading newspapers including Employment News.

Full information can be obtained from the official website by downloading the advertisement notification here.

One can apply online here.

Download hall ticket from here

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS

Your admission to the examination is strictly provisional. The mere fact that the call letter has been issued to you does not imply that your candidature has been finally cleared by the Bank or that the entries made by you in your application forexamination have been accepted by the Bank as true and correct.

1. You may please note that the Bank will take up the verification of eligibility conditions i.e. age, educational qualifications and status (i.e. Scheduled Castes/Scheduled Tribes/Other Backward class/Physically challenged etc.) with reference to original documents only at the time of interview of candidates who qualify for being called for interview on the basis of their performance in the writtenexamination. You may therefore, please note that if at any stage, it is found that you do not satisfy the eligibility criteria as given in the Bank’s advertisement, or the information furnished by you in the application is incorrect, your candidature is liable
to be cancelled forthwith, with such further action as the Bank would like to take.
SBI Recruitment

2. You should ascertain exact location of the venue well in advance of the date of examination.

3. The candidates must reach the venue of examination by the time mentioned on the reverse.

Please note that candidate coming late will not be allowed in the examination hall nor shall a candidate be permitted to leave the examination hall till the time for the test is over and the test administrator has given permission to leave. The test will begin after the formalities like checking of attendance, obtaining signature on thecall letter and collection of call letters along with original cash receipt etc. have been completed. The Bank will not be responsible for any delay or disruption in transport.

4. The candidates must bring the call letter along with original cash receipt and the last sheet of the enclosed booklet (i.e. bio-data information form) duly filled in, failing which he/she will not be permitted to appear for the test.The candidate should also bring two HB pencils, eraser, pencil sharpener and a ball point pen with him/her to theexamination hall.

5. Please note carefully that if this call letter is not brought by you with your recent passport size photograph (with your own signature thereon) duly affixed on it, you will not be permitted to sit for the Written Test, under any circumstances. No deviation from this procedure will be permitted.

6. Please also note that if you adopt any unfair means or malpractice or commit any misconduct while appearing for the Written Test, your candidature is liable to be summarily cancelled; moreover you would be liable to penal action.

7. You should strictly comply with the directions given to you by the test administrator/invigilator. If any candidate is found disregarding these directions he will be liable to be debarred from the test.

8. Use of books, notebooks, calculators, cell phone etc. is not permitted in this examination. Any candidate found resorting to any unfair means including giving/receiving help to/from any candidate during the test will be disqualified. (The candidate should be vigilant to ensure that no other candidate is able to copy from his/her answers).

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