JKBOSE Part 2 Annual Results 2011

jkbose 300x56 JKBOSE Part 2 Annual Results 2011Jammu and Kashmir State Board of School Education (JKBOSE) has published results for Higher Secondary Part Two annual examination 2011.
Students can check their JKBOSE Higher Secondary (12th) Part 2 Annual Regular results 2011 on the JK BOSE official website: CLICK HERE.

For JKBOSE Higher Secondary Part 2 Annual 2011 (Regular) Kashmir Results: CLICK HERE OR CLICK HERE.



FILM REVIEW OF ‘GALI GALI CHOR HAI’ FILM REVIEW OF ‘GALI GALI CHOR HAI’‘Gali Gali Chor Hai’ is a satire on corruption and touches your sentiments. The movie embarks upon the issue of common man’s fight against corruption in a light-hearted manner.
The Film is about a common man living Bhopal. A small incident completely changes their life.
The movie is directed by Runi Jaffery and Akshaye Khanna and Shriya Saran are in the lead roles.


rahul bose RAHUL BOSE’S SISTER LAUNCHES LIFESTYLE STUDIOAnuradha Ansari, sister of Actor Rahul Bose, launched her lifestyle studio ‘Studio One Eighty Nine’ on Thursday in Mumbai dedicated to creating a training platform for all forms of fitness and international dance.
Present at the occasion of the launch were friends Konkona Sensharma, Ranvijay Singh, Elahe Hiptoola,Tara Sharma, Sophie Choudry – a trained Salsa dancer herself and brother Rahul Bose among others.

Brother Rahul Bose appreciated her sister and wished her all the luck.
A trained salsa dancer and a fitness enthusiast, Anu’s vision was to bring all forms of physical expression under one roof.


IMRAN KHAN ON COVER PAGE OF PEOPLE MAGAZINE IMRAN KHAN ON COVER PAGE OF PEOPLE MAGAZINEThe chocolate boy of Bollywood Imran Khan unveiled the latest edition of People magazine on Thursday in Mumbai. The actor was on the cover page of the magazine at his best. At the event Imran Khan was spotted in a beard and was all candid while having interaction with the audience.
The young actor is set to hit the bull’s eye at the box office with yet another Bollywood flick ‘Ekk Main aur Ekk tu’ where he will be seen romancing Kareena Kapoor. When enquired about the chemistry he shared with the actress in the film, he said,” She is a brilliant actress and works with great confidence.”

Imran Khan will soon start working on his next project, a movie directed by Vishal Bhardwaj where he will play a different character.



26TH SURAJKUND FAIR KICK STARTS 26TH SURAJKUND FAIR KICK STARTSThe world famous Surajkund Fair began on the 1st of February with a lot of enthusiasm and zeal. With stalls of Indian crafts projecting the real Vibrant colours of our country are a sight that one cannot afford to miss. The fifteen day fair, just like every year saw a lot of visitors on the first couple of days. Visitors come not only from Delhi and NCR but a number of people come here from different parts of India to experience the true Indian culture. The theme of the fair this year is Assam, but more than 600 craftsmen from around the world are here to display their work.

The art works in these stalls are not only for display but most of them are also for sale. Though there are hundreds of things that people can see and buy but the real show stealer this year is the huge door made of the famous Patak wood from Andhra Pradesh. The door  which is about 12 feet tall and 9 feet broad is worth 12 lakh of rupees and is claimed to safe from all kinds of termite and insects. Not only the door but the statues and the swings made from the same wood which are priced at different prices are also a big hit.
Apart from the crafts, the other thing about the fair that attracts many visitors is the cultural program. The special chaupal made in the centre of the Fair is the stage for all the performers. Special dances, instrumental music and songs from different places is shown here. Folk dances and folk music of various Indian stated is performed by local performers from these states. The most appreciated performance on the first two days of the fair was from the Dholu Kunita group from Karnataka. The way they played the dhol, which is usually an instrument played in Punjab mesmerized the spectators. As soon as they started playing, the entire area around them filled with people. The manager of this group told the people that the tune his group was playing is actually the folk tune of their state and a group of people usually play this tune during festival time.
The visitors are really enjoying the fair and think that they can relate to a lot of things and at the same time learn many things that they are not aware about. The fair brings them closer to their own country and its vibrant culture. Most of the visitors, when asked said that they would like to come here again this year or during the subsequent fairs.


murder MAN KILLS WIFE AND SON IN ROHINIA paralyzed man killed his wife and son on the night of his sixth marriage anniversary in Rohini, Delhi.  Nitin, the culprit himself informed the police that he has killed his family. He had covered their dead bodies with a quilt so that they don’t feel cold. The guilty was married for the past six years to Shweta and had a four year old boy Shivam.
Nitin got crippled after an accident which completely turned their life. The culprit who stays with his family in the three bedroom house had locked the door from inside after the murder.

The wife’s family suspects the involvement of a third person in the case because a paralyzed person who is not able to move on his own cannot kill anyone. Her brother has also given signs about the involvement of money behind the killing.
The reasons of the murder are still doubtful because Nitin himself had nominated his wife and son for his fixed deposit of Rs. 21 Lakh which he had received from the insurance company after his accident.



ONE KG GOLD THRONE MADE FOR THE DEITY IN GUJARAT ONE KG GOLD THRONE MADE FOR THE DEITY IN GUJARATThrone of one kilogram gold is being made for the deity at famous Shamlaji temple in Sabarkantha district of Gujarat. Interestingly, it is being made by Muslim artisans.The temple has a beautiful sculpture of Lord Krishna as Shamliya bhagwan who is worshipped since ancient times and now gold throne is made for the idol.

“It became possible because of the offerings of devotees,” said Bhogilal Shah, trustee of Shamlaji Temple.
The Shamlaji Temple stands in honour of Lord Vishnu. The magnificence of the temple is enhanced by exquisite stone carvings, idols of gods, nymphs, musicians and celestial dancers, beautiful domed ceilings and a toweing spire. Scenes from the epic stories “Mahabharata” and “Ramayana” grace the walls of this 11th- century temple.
“It is being made from 24 karat gold and coating will be done in three different ways,” said Mohammad Aarif, Muslim artisan.


BSP WORKERS BSP WORKERS PRESSURISE PRINCIPAL TO ASK PARENTS TO VOTE FOR BSPSupporters of Bahujan Samaj Party forced the principal of a school in Kaushambi district to ask the parents to caste their votes for BSP.
When the principal refused to do so, the BSP activists accused the principal of harassing girls of the school.
The police has refused to file a complaint in the case while the teachers union has threatened to hamper the election process if no action is taken against the BJP activists.