AHMEDABAD: Gujarat brilliant students have created a histroy. Gujarat Students have created a record this time. A record 502 students from Gujarat have qualified for admission in the IITs, according to the final result of the Joint Entrance Examination(JEE) (Advanced) exam 2013 declared. This is the highest number of students from the any state to qualify for admissions in IIT and other prestigious engineering institutes across the country. [Read more…]
DEHRADUN: Recent floods have caused a high havoc in the Uttarakhand. According to the reports, nearly 600 people have been killed in the Uttarakhand flood devastation, chief minister Vijay Bahuguna has said, while ActionAid warned of thousands of possible deaths. [Read more…]
Punjabi illustrious singer, Nachhatar Gill is in big trouble these days. Police in Ludhiana booked Punjabi singer Nachhatar Gill following a complaint by an aspiring model that he and his accomplices had raped her on the pretext of casting her in music videos and films. [Read more…]
Mumbai: IPL 6 is in a big controversies these days. After the S SreeSanth and two other Rajasthan players arrested for spot fixing, famous film actor Vindu Dara Singh was also taken in remand for spot fixing. Two days after The Times of India reported his links with the betting syndicate and barely three hours after he reached the Mumbai city police crime branch, Gurunath Meiyappan was arrested. [Read more…]
NEW DELHI: A new breaking news has been revealed regarding the 5 year old child rape case that occurred couple of days before in Delhi. The father of a five-year-old rape victim in Delhi has identified a cop who allegedly tried to bribe the family to not register a case, official sources said on Wednesday. [Read more…]
Pakistan seems to be more conscious about his home cinema and film city. Recent reports have alleged that distributors and exhibitors in Pakistan have abandoned ShahRukh Khan-starrer ‘Chennai Express’ and Akshay Kumar-starrer ‘Once Upon A Time In Mumbaai – 2’. Both these movies were scheduled to release on the day of Eid, August 8, in the country. The reason given for this ban is that the Pakistani filmmakers want four of their films- ‘Josh’, ‘Ishq Khuda’, ‘War’ and ‘Mera Naam Afridi’ – to get more visibility and popularity than the Indian films. However different specialists and distributors are very disappointed with this decision.
RANCHI: In the era of the new technologies where every one is indulging in developing new technologies how Indians can stay behind. India has also come up with its new invention which is neither smartphones nor any other gadgets but with a extraordinary invention in the form of world’s smallest antenna. Indian researchers claimed that they invented the world’s smallest super compact ultra-wideband (UWB) planar antenna. This special smallest antenna can find application in homes and the military among other domains. [Read more…]
This news might be seemed shocking to all. All know the worse condition of the railway departments. The place, where we can not find the basic things that we need, is hard to imagine will provide such facilities. If you are a regular passengers of trains in India, then you might have noticed how woefully lacking in connectivity our trains are. Once we enter into a train it is hard to get the mobile networks as well then how we can believe Wi-Fi in such situations. [Read more…]