|Posted by Aditya on May 24, 2011 at 11:42 AM||comments (0)|
Mumbai, May 24 (PTI) A staggering Rs 11 crore has been spent on guarding 26/11 terror convict Ajmal Kasab over 18 months and the security force protecting him wants it back.
The Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) force has slapped a bill of Rs 10.87 crore on Maharashtra Government for guarding Kasab at the Arthur Road jail and sought its reimbursement which has stunned the state.
R K Bhatia, Director General of ITBP, whose 200 commandos provide 24-hour security to Kasab, has raised the bill received for reimbursement of expenses incurred between March 28, 2009 and September 30,2010.
Medha Gadgil, Maharashtra''s Principal Home Secretary, told PTI that the state government will be writing to the ITBP explaining their position that it was not just state government''s burden.
"We are in the process of writing to them. We will explain that 26/11 terror attacks is not only an issue limited to Maharashtra but a national issue," she said.
"What Kasab and his associates did is an attack not only on Mumbai but an attack on India and it is unfair to ask the state government to bear the burden (for ITBP guarding Kasab)," another senior Home department official said.
The ITPB was deployed in the jail where a Special Court held conducted trial of Kasab, the lone Pakistani gunman who was arrested on the night of 26/11. (More) PTI VT VSC
|Posted by Aditya on May 5, 2011 at 12:08 PM||comments (0)|
Achluophobia Fear of darkness.
Acousticophobia Fear of noise.
Acrophobia Fear of heights.
Agoraphobia Fear of open spaces or of being in crowded places.
Ailurophobia Fear of cats.
...Alektorophobia Fear of chickens.
Alliumphobia Fear of garlic.
Allodoxaphobia Fear of opinions.
Altophobia Fear of heights.
Amaxophobia Fear of riding in a car.
Ambulophobia Fear of walking.
Ancraophobia or Anemophobia Fear of wind.
Androphobia Fear of men.
Anglophobia Fear of England, English culture, etc.
Anthrophobia Fear of flowers.
Antlophobia Fear of floods.
Anuptaphobia Fear of staying single.
Apeirophobia Fear of infinity.
Aphenphosmphobia Fear of being touched.
Apiphobia Fear of bees.
Apotemnophobia Fear of persons with amputations.
Arachnephobia/Arachnophobia Fear of spiders.
Arithmophobia Fear of numbers.
Arrhenphobia Fear of men. Arsonphobia Fear of fire.
Astraphobia/Astrapophobia Fear of thunder and lightning.
Astrophobia Fear of stars/space.
Ataxophobia Fear of disorder or untidiness.
Atelophobia Fear of imperfection.
Athazagoraphobia Fear of being forgotton or ignored or forgetting.
Atychiphobia Fear of failure.
Aurophobia Fear of gold.
Automatonophobia Fear of ventriloquist's dummies, animatronic creatures, wax statues
Automysophobia Fear of being dirty.
Autophobia Fear of being alone or of oneself.
Aviophobia/Aviatophobia Fear of flying.
Bacillophobia Fear of microbes.
Bacteriophobia Fear of bacteria.
Bathmophobia Fear of stairs or steep slopes.
Batophobia Fear of heights.
Batrachophobia Fear of amphibians (like frogs)
Belonephobia Fear of pins and needles.
Bibliophobia Fear of books.
Botanophobia Fear of plants.
Brontophobia Fear of thunder and lightning.
Cacophobia Fear of ugliness.
Cainophobia/Cainotophobia Fear of newness, novelty.
Caligynephobia Fear of beautiful women.
Carnophobia Fear of meat.
Catagelophobia Fear of being ridiculed.
Catoptrophobia Fear of mirrors.
Cenophobia / Centophobia Fear of new things or ideas.
Ceraunophobia Fear of thunder.
Chaetophobia Fear of hair.
Chionophobia Fear of snow.
Chiraptophobia Fear of being touched.
Chirophobia Fear of hands.
Chorophobia Fear of dancing.
Chrometophobia/Chrematophobia Fear of money.
Chromophobia/Chromatophobia Fear of colors.
Chronomentrophobia Fear of clocks.
Cibophobia/Sitophobia/Sitiophobia Fear of food.
Claustrophobia Fear of confined spaces.
Climacophobia Fear of stairs.
Clinophobia Fear of going to bed.
Coimetrophobia Fear of cemeteries.
Coulrophobia Fear of clowns.
Cyberphobia Fear of computers.
Cyclophobia Fear of bicycles.
Cymophobia Fear of waves.
Cynophobia Fear of dogs.
Demophobia Fear of crowds.
Dendrophobia Fear of trees.
Dentophobia Fear of dentists.
Didaskaleinophobia Fear of going to school.
Dipsophobia Fear of drinking.
Dishabiliophobia Fear of undressing in front of someone.
Dromophobia Fear of crossing streets.
Eisoptrophobia Fear of mirrors.
Elurophobia Fear of cats.
Emetophobia Fear of vomiting.
Entomophobia Fear of insects.
Ephebiphobia Fear of teenagers.
Epistaxiophobia Fear of nosebleeds.
Equinophobia Fear of horses.
Ergophobia Fear of work.
Felinophobia Fear of cats.
Gamophobia Fear of marriage.
Geliophobia Fear of laughter.
Genophobia Fear of sex.
Gephyrophobia, Gephydrophobia, or Gephysrophobia Fear of crossing bridges.
Gerascophobia Fear of growing old.
Glossophobia Fear of speaking in public or of trying to speak.
Gynephobia/Gynophobia Fear of women.
Haphephobia/Haptephobia Fear of being touched.
Harpaxophobia Fear of being robbed.
Heliophobia Fear of the sun.
Hemophobia/Hemaphobia/Hematophobia Fear of blood.
Hierophobia Fear of priests or sacred things.
Hominophobia Fear of men.
Hylophobia Fear of forests.
Iatrophobia Fear of doctors.
Ichthyophobia Fear of fish.
Judeophobia Fear of Jews.
Keraunophobia Fear of thunder and lightning.
Kymophobia Fear of waves.
Lachanophobia Fear of vegetables.
Ligyrophobia Fear of loud noises.
Limnophobia Fear of lakes.
Liticaphobia Fear of lawsuits.
Lockiophobia Fear of childbirth.
Logizomechanophobia Fear of computers.
Logophobia Fear of words.
Lygophobia Fear of darkness.
Macrophobia Fear of long waits.
Mageirocophobia Fear of cooking.
Maieusiophobia Fear of childbirth.
Megalophobia Fear of large things.
Melissophobia Fear of bees.
Methyphobia Fear of alcohol.
Microphobia Fear of small things.
Misophobia Fear of being contaminated with dirt/germs.
Monophobia Fear of solitude or being alone.
Motorphobia Fear of automobiles.
Musophobia/Murophobia Fear of mice.
Necrophobia Fear of death / dead things.
Neophobia Fear of anything new.
Nosocomephobia Fear of hospitals.
Numerophobia Fear of numbers.
Ochlophobia Fear of crowds or mobs.
Ophidiophobia Fear of snakes.
Ophthalmophobia Fear of being stared at.
Ornithophobia Fear of birds.
Pedophobia Fear of children.
Peladophobia Fear of bald people.
Phasmophobia Fear of ghosts.
Placophobia Fear of tombstones.
Plutophobia Fear of wealth.
Pogonophobia Fear of beards.
Potamophobia Fear of rivers or running water.
Pteronophobia Fear of being tickled by feathers.
Pupaphobia fear of puppets.
Pyrophobia Fear of fire.
Rhytiphobia Fear of getting wrinkles.
Rupophobia Fear of dirt.
Scolionophobia Fear of school.
Selachophobia Fear of sharks.
Sesquipedalophobia Fear of long words.
Tachophobia Fear of speed.
Technophobia Fear of technology.
Telephonophobia Fear of telephones.
Testophobia Fear of taking tests.
Theophobia Fear of gods or religion.
Trypanophobia Fear of injections.
Venustraphobia Fear of beautiful women.
Verbophobia Fear of words.
Verminophobia Fear of germs.
Vestiphobia Fear of clothing.
Xenoglossophobia Fear of foreign languages.
Zoophobia Fear of animals
|Posted by Aditya on April 8, 2011 at 12:10 PM||comments (0)|
New Delhi: "The government is drunk with power and corruption...it is for the people to make it sober" said Anna Hazare on Thursday evening, on the third day of his hunger strike. Thousands clapped at Jantar Mantar where they had gathered for his latest address. In cities across India, demonstrations drew larger numbers than ever before. In Mumbai, students wore caps that said, "I Am Anna Hazare."
Mr Hazare and a group of social activists have two points on their agenda: they want the government to introduce a new law to serve as "an antibiotic against corruption." And they want representatives of civil society to be part of the committee that drafts the law. On Thursday, the government agreed to that. But who will head the committee, and its legal status remain points of difference. (Read: Govt says yes to joint panel, no to Anna Hazare as chairman)
On Thursday evening, Congress President Sonia Gandhi urged Mr Hazare to end his fast with this statement: "There can be no two views on the urgent necessity of combating graft and corruption in public life. I believe that the laws in these matters must be effective and must deliver the desired results. I am sure that Anna Hazare Ji's views will receive the government's full attention as we move forward to fight this menace." (Read: Who is Anna Hazare?)
Reacting to Sonia Gandhi's demand to end his fast, Anna Hazare urged the UPA chairperson to tell the government to bring the Lokpal Bill urgently. (Watch) Union Minister Kapil Sibal, who is on the Group of Ministers drafting the anti-corruption law, met Prime Minister Manmohan Singh late on Thursday evening to discuss ways out of this impasse.
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Meanwhile, BJP leader Sushma Swaraj wants the government to convene an all-party meeting on the issue.
Since he began his hunger strike on Tuesday, Mr Hazare has become the icon of a nation tired of discovering how it has been had by the people it elected to power. The 72-year-old Gandhian said he had no choice but to begin his die-unto-death fast -repeated discussions with the government for a Jan Lokpal Bill (Citizen's Ombusman Bill) were leading only to more discussion. So Mr Hazare ignored an appeal from the Prime Minister, and began his strike on Tuesday morning, unleashing a people's revolution. (Watch: Govt drunk on corruption, says Anna)
The government seems to have been surprised that Mr Hazare's call to action has resonated so loudly with middle class India. Young school children, waving the tricolour, attend his rallies with parents or teachers. Housewives say they are needed more to campaign for the war against corruption than in their homes. On the internet and on the ground, the support for Mr Hazare is surpassed only by anger and mistrust of politicians. (Read: What is Jan Lokpal Bill? | Why Anna Hazare opposes it)
On Wednesday night, the Prime Minister told his senior ministers to engage with Mr Hazare and of social activists who have joined forces with him, largely through an umbrella organization called India Against Corruption.
Telecom Minister Kapil Sibal met with two of Mr Hazare's closest associates on Thursday morning- Swami Agnivesh and Arvind Kejriwal, known for his initiative in delivering the Right to Information Act to India.
No agreement was reached. But both sides made major concessions. The activists are now negotiating with one of the ministers they had attacked openly in recent days for ignoring corruption. And the government has agreed that the committee that drafts the bill will include representatives of civil society. Mr Sibal explained the differences that for now remain irreconcilable. "There is no agreement on two issues - that is issuing an official notification to form the committee and making Mr Hazare the chairman of the committee. So we need more time and we will meet again tomorrow and see we can evolve a procedure with which we can move ahead." (Watch: Jaan, dil both belong to India says Hazare)
Activists want the government to issue a formal notification about the committee, conferring legal status. Mr Sibal and others point out that this would set a dangerous precedent - legislation being opened up to non-elected representatives. The government has offered instead to announce the committee. Mr Hazare and others say that's not enough.
The government also says that to have Mr Hazare chairing a committee that includes ministers would be politically incorrect.
Mr Hazare announced on Thursday that while he will not head the committee, he will be a member.
For the millions across India who have now placed their faith in him, that may not be enough
Thank you Sonia, but please do more, says Anna Hazare
|Posted by Aditya on April 3, 2011 at 1:19 PM||comments (0)|
Mumbai: With this edition of the World Cup drawing to a close, the International Cricket Council has unveiled the logo for the 2015 event in Australia and New Zealand as part of a symbolic handover to the co-hosts.
"As the ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 draws to a close in Mumbai, the logo for the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 to be held in Australia and New Zealand is unveiled as part of a symbolic handover from the successful 2011 hosts to their counterparts four years hence," the ICC said in a statement.
The ICC received applications for the design from across the world before awarding it to the international agency, FutureBrand, whose Australian arm was invited to produce the logo for the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015.
It in turn commissioned graphic consultancy, the Jumbana Group/Balarinji to create both Australian and New Zealand cultural motifs so as to reflect the two indigenous countries' cultural identities.
The result has been what ICC Chief Executive Haroon Lorgat describes as "a dynamic logo which captures the cultural influences in the two host countries".
"The ICC, Cricket Australia and New Zealand Cricket have all worked together with the consultancies to produce this beautiful logo. On the back of a hugely successful ICC Cricket World Cup 2011, I am sure that it will gain recognition over the next four years as we use it in promotional, marketing and partner activations," he added.
Cricket Australia's Chief Executive James Sutherland and New Zealand Cricket chief Justin Vaughan said the World Cup Down Under would be a massive success.
"This really brings it home to people in Australia and New Zealand that the countdown to the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 has started. We have four years of hard work ahead of us but I am certain that we can match the very high standards set by the ICC Cricket World Cup 2011," Sutherland said.
"Hosting an ICC Cricket World Cup is a great honour as well as a great challenge but we are sure both New Zealand and Australia are up to that challenge," added Vaughan.
Top 10 of the ten Full-Member teams will participate in the 2015 World Cup, a reduction from previous years as they drew heavy criticism from both players and coaches.
How the teams will qualify for the tournament has yet to be announced. The decision to exclude the associates taken by the ICC was probably inspired by the commercial disaster during the 2007 Cricket World Cup. Two of the nations with the maximum television audience (India and Pakistan) faced defeat at the hands of Bangladesh and Ireland respectively, and failed to qualify for the second round.
|Posted by Aditya on February 24, 2011 at 8:07 AM||comments (0)|
Its one of the real love story happened.... ever with mindblowing twists...
A boy and girl were in deep love for some years...full enjoy chesaru
(1) suddenly the girl married another guy.. atleast without intimating that i m going to leave
The boy's... situation was hope less... He decided to die..on a railway track
Enquired about the tymings of train.. and on which track its going to come..
now every thing is ready for his death.. he went to the spot on time..... slept on the railway track....& the train is about to come..
he listned the horn of train..its comming.. .!
He got up from the track thinking "AVASARAM AA RA EE SACCHUDU"
(2) He went home... aame maradalu ki mottham matter cheppadu.. she said .. " neku nenu unna kada bava"
some days passed & Now they r in love....the days are passing... lovely , romantic days
ee matter mottham valla intlo telisindi.. valla parents kashtapadi iddarini vidadeesaru...
.. vadiki vere ammai tho pelli kooda chesaru...
(last twist) (3) valla wife 2 months ke pregnant ayyindi...!! Ippudu vadu aame ni vadilesi.. naku ammai lu oddu baboooooiiiiiiiii ani kurchunnadu
|Posted by Aditya on January 31, 2011 at 11:55 AM||comments (0)|
The moviewill be produced by Nallamalapu Bujji. The regular shooting of Mogudu will start from March. Gopichand’s Wanted has recently hit the big-screens
we already know that Gopichand is going to act with krishnavamsi....... and now the hot mews is that it is titles as MOGUDU.. we also know that he izz working with NAGARJUNA and Ram Charan.. .. but he is now taking MOGUDU movie to his hands........
GOpichand didnt get sucess for his GOLIMAAR... wish him best of luck.....