Cheating No Big Deal

Five judges were caught red-handed while copying during the LLM examination at the Arts and Science College in Hanamkonda, Warangal, Andhra Pradesh. A squad of invigilators had caught the judges while copying during the examination conducted by the Distance Education Centre of Kakatiya University.

When judges cheat in their exams then why not students?
What example we are seting for our students?
These judges are suspended by Supreme Court. Is this punishment enough for them?

Train Passengers Looted In Bihar

The Robbers looted cash and other valuables, worth Rs 2 lakh, from the passengers travelling on the Sealdah-New Delhi Lal Quila Express13 people, including a GRP jawan, were injured when armed robbers opened fire and beat the passengers of an express train with rifle butts near Bhalui halt here early today.

More than a dozen passengers were injured when they resisted the robbers.

Lakhisarai: As many as 13 people, including a GRP jawan, were injured when armed robbers opened fire and beat the passengers of an express train with rifle butts near Bhalui halt here early today. The condition of the jawan, who received a bullet injury, is said to be critical.

Passengers were hurt when they tried to resist the looters who opened fire and beat them up with rifle butts.

“Around 15 robbers boarded the train at Jhajha and went on a looting spree in one AC and sleeper coaches before they alighted from the train after pulling the chain at Bhalui (Sundernagar) halt in Jhajha-Quel section of the East Central Railway.

An FIR has been registered with the Government Railway Police.

Cloudburst, Flash Floods In Leh

59 people were killed and many others went missing after heavy downpour triggered flash floods devastating Leh in the Ladakh region. A massive cloudburst struck the town around midnight on Thursday, triggering flash floods and mud slides.

Over 160 injured people have been admitted to the army hospital.

With communication links breaking down, the exact number of casualties is not known yet.
Old Leh city is worst affected, with the city’s main hospital, SNM Hospital, flooded and the main bus stand flattened.

4,000 army men, and Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) and police personnel have launched a massive relief and rescue operation.

All flights from Delhi to Leh have been cancelled.

Moustache In Bollywood Is Back

Fashion gurus believe the complete look of the protagonists, right from wardrobe accessories to hairstyles is character-driven, especially in Bollywood. Not only does the trends across the boundaries influence how actors look on the celluloid, the ideological pattern of society also plays a deciding role. Mooche ho to Nathulal jaisi …

No look stays in Bollywood for long. One can enjoy watching a beardy look on weekends but not so on weekdays. The craze for a fit physique and muscles worth showing off is the strongest trend among males.

Salman Khan

Salman Khan is playing a police officer in DABANGG. He is sporting a moustache and is looking very quaint. He was also seen in a moustache in the 1992 film, SURAYAVANSHI.

Abhishek Bachchan

He loves to keep this rugged moustache look in his real life. Needless to say only Abhishek can carry off long mustaches so well. It adds a lot of character to Abhi’s personality. He had moustache in ‘Raavan’.

Shah Rukh Khan

Shahrukh was seen in a moustache not once, but twice; in PAHELI and RAB NE BANA DI JODI. His common man look in RNBDJ became the talk of the town. 


Aamir Khan –
Aamir Khan, who is known to experiment with his looks, was seen in a moustache and long locks in Mangal Pandey
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Hrithik Roshan

Hrithik Roshan grew a moustache in JODHAA AKBAR as he was playing the role of Emperor Akbar. He was immaculate in the film.


Emraan Hashmi

Emraan Hashmi, who is playing an underworld don in the film, is looking very neat in that moustache look.



Ajay Devgan 

Ajay Devgan has carried the moustache look in various films. The prominent ones being Pyaar To Hona Hi Tha, Omkara, etc. Now he will be seen in a moustache once again in Once Upon A Time In Mumbai.

Vivek Oberoi
Vivek has sported moustache before to play a gangster in ‘Shoot Out At Lokhandwala’ and this time again he sports one for his role of a politician in ‘Rakhta Charitra’.

Saif Ali Khan
Saif’s sporting moustache in his forthcoming film ‘Kurbaan’ as well as in his real life too. Though he has sported moustache in ‘Tashan’, the one in Kurbaan looks more stylish and smart. What say?

Tusshar Kapoor
Though he prefers a clean shave look in real life, he has sported moustache in his films. He was seen in a moustache in ‘Shoot Out At Lokhandwala’ for the first time. His rough and tough look was perfect for the role of Dilip Bua in ‘Shoot Out’. Interestingly, his moustache in ‘Life Partner’ made him look like a geek.

Arjun Rampal
Girls drool over his clean shave look but no one knew that this handsome man can carry off a moustache too very well. Arjun received a lot of compliments for his look.


Randeep Hooda
This handsome actor sported moustache for the first time to play a historic character Raja Ravi Varma. We must say that moustaches changed his entire look and gave him a royal touch.

Suneil Shetty
He loves to experiment with his look in real life and movies too. It seems Suneil loves rugged moustache look more than a clean shave.
Arbaaz Khan

Arbaaz is sporting this look for quite some time now. His tweak moustache brings him a complete macho look and adds a lot to his personality.

40 US billionaires donate to charity

Forty billionaires and their families in the US have pledged to donate more than half of their fortune to charity. The donators include Microsoft founder Bill Gates, businessman Warren Buffett, Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen, New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg, pharmaceutical tycoon Patrick Soon-Shiong, Oracle founder Larry Ellison and Hollywood director George Lucas, Xinhua reported.

David Rockefeller, from the Rockefeller family, and Barron Hilton, son of Hilton Hotels founder Conrad Hilton are also included in the list.


The idea was to invite the wealthiest individuals and families in the US to give the majority of their wealth for philanthropic causes and to charitable organisations during their lifetime or even after their death.

‘The pledge is a moral commitment to give, not a legal contract,’ a statement from the Giving Pledge said.

Can any Indian donate his property or a bit of it to needy ones?

How much you Donate? 

Mobile Brand Ambassador Celebrities

Mobile phones are among the top products to be gifted at major celebrity events and international award shows – including, the Academy Awards. But now with the award season largely behind us, the red carpet photos have been taken and enough celebrities have been photographed with their phones. Mobiles is one thing that is must in today’s life. Bollywood celebs like Amitabh Bachhan, Hritik, S R K, Aamir Khan, Kareena are brand ambassador of mobile companies.


Celebrities who are Brand Ambassador of Mobiles are as follows:-

Amitabh Bachhan:

Brand ambassador for: Zen Mobile


Shah Rukh Khan:

Brand ambassador for: Nokia phones



Sonam Kapoor
 
Brand Ambassador: Spice Mobiles



Hrithik Roshan

Brand ambassador: Reliance Mobile.



Aamir Khan

Brand Ambassador: Samsung Mobile


Kangana Ranaut

Brand ambassador: Alcatel Mobile 


Bipasha Basu

Brand ambassador: Wynncom Mobiles


Akshay Kumar

Brand ambassador: Micromax  Mobiles


Kapil Dev

Brand Ambassador: Olive  Mobiles



Kareena Kapoor

Brand Ambassador: Sony Ericsson Mobiles
 

Fake Encounters Shame For India

At a number of places, the security forces have been found guilty of using excessive force while facing angry crowds, resulting in the loss of human lives. There are, of course, demonstrations against killings in police firing, custodial deaths, torture and disappearances. Angry villagers protested on the Kupwara-Baramulla highway against an alleged fake encounter by the Army.

Police force are appointed for peoples safety, and security but working people afraid from them. Nobody wants to face mess in their lives. Everyone wants to stay away from problems in their life. Police in case of helping people harasses them. If someone sees something happening wrong then they won’t protest or say because they know very well helping someone may put their life into trouble.

A case of murder was registered against police officials involved in the killing of MBA graduate Ranbir Singh in an alleged fake encounter as pressure mounted on the BJP government in Uttarkhand today to order a CBI probe.The FIRs under section 302 (murder) IPC was lodged following a murder case against 14 police personnel registered by Ranbir’s father Ravindra Pal Singh.

Gujarat’s junior home minister Amit Shah, who is close to chief minister Narendra Modi, was on Thursday summoned by the CBI in the Sohrabuddin Sheikh fake encounter case. 

Abdul Rehman, who was from a remote village in Kashmir, was considered missing for 52 days. It was on the 53rd day that his father, Gulam Rasool, learned that his son had been killed in what is known cynically in India as a fake encounter.

Shoot-at-sight orders were issued by the police in curfew-bound Srinagar on Tuesday, as five more people were killed in firing by security forces on violent protesters who defied restrictions and clashed with them in the Kashmir Valley.

Jaswant Singh Khalra a human rights activist who raised voice against such fake encounters and police brutality was killed by the Punjab police.

Pradeep Sharma two constables were arrested and sent to police custody  in connection to an alleged fake encounter case. 

Sorabuddin may be wrong person……….but they way he was killed was not a part of justice!

His wife was also murdered by the state, was she a criminal too?

Was it right to kill a lady brutally?

What punishment should be given to these police officers?

CWG Under Shadow Of Corruption

Problem is that educated people never go for vote and poor people who go for vote don’t know the right person so the final outcome is people like kalmadi, shard pawar, Mayawati, shila diskshit. The Central Bureau of Investigation has received over 300 complaints pertaining to irregularities in awarding several tenders, construction work and acquiring accessories and logistics.


The complaints have been sent by contractors, employees in civic agencies, private persons and social groups.


The government feels Kalmadi’s exit just before the Games could be embarrassing for the country. But the Opposition and especially the BJP is likely to make the CWG corruption an issue in parliament on Wednesday.

Allegations of financial impropriety in dealings with AM FIlms, the British company that provided services used during the Queens Baton relay function. The Games Organising Committee has been facing flak for incomplete venues and there have been allegations of corruption in the entire organisation of the Games.

How about on a chair being hired by Mr Kalmadi and his cohorts at Rs 8,378 apiece? Or how about cooling yourself off with a drink from a 100-litre refrigerator which the Congress politician and his colleagues are hiring for Rs 42,202 each?

Disclosures of lavish spending on just hiring treadmill, a fridge or even chairs for 45 days for the 2010 Commonwealth Games in New Delhi have stunned people, already shocked by photos of leaking roofs and mounds of rubble near newly built stadiums.

Suresh Kalmadi and his Commonwealth Games organising panel paid as rent for a treadmill? They are paying Rs 9,75,000 in taxpayer money just to hire a treadmill for a month and a half. The very best treadmill, Harrods of London can be bought for £10,000, or about Rs 7 lakh.

Why is that a person who steals Rs 10 gets slapped by the police and put in lockup immidiately and the person who steals crores roams freely?
Why we pay tax just to fill corrupted politicians pockets?

Empty Parliament Angry Members

The Lok Sabha was adjourned for half an hour after leaders from Maharashtra and Karnataka gathered near Speaker Meira Kumar’s podium over the disputed district of Belgaum.Ministers like Sharad Pawar, P Chidambaram, were absent in parliament. Leader of Opposition in the Lok Sabha Sushma Swaraj started her scathing attack on the government over the price rise and fuel hike issues, accusing it of having “betrayed the common man”.

“The government is not sensitive to the cause of the common man. Everybody in society is lamenting that they are being hit hard by price rise,” Swaraj said. “The common man is starved. His income is not increasing. But his expenditure is high, because of the rising prices of food articles and petroleum products. The government has betrayed the common man.”

She also attacked the government for “mishandling” storage of food grains.

“Lakhs and lakhs of tonnes of wheat are rotting in Food Corporation of India (FCI) godowns, while the states are seeking more and more food grains,” the BJP leader said.

Lakhs of our brethren are starving and dying of hunger since they are not able to afford two square meals a day but ironically several lakh tonnes of food grains are rotting in the unprotected godowns of the Food Corporation of India.”

The commom man is suffering and the Ministers are busy in having lunch. Members of BJP, SWP, and other were not present which showed that how insensitive is our Government.

Government only knows how to earn money and put burden on common man’s shoulder. When they are asked reason’s they are invisible.

What is your thinking?