Archive for March, 2012


13 March 2012

Pooja Sareen

  • Afghans urge US exit after civilian killings
  • Wipro founder to sell shares for non-profit arm
  • Mamata blames Left Front for ‘brutal’ land laws
  • 3.5 magnitude quake hits UP, tremors felt in Delhi
  •  Yahoo files patent lawsuit against Facebook
  •  Welfare measures should reach the needy: Patil
  • CBI probe into JKCA scam: Mehbooba
  • Will launch countrywide tour for Jan Lokpal: Anna
  • ‘Announcement of lifting cotton export ban is cheating’
  • Rawat’s supporters unhappy over Bahuguna’s choice as CM
  • Jats finally call off agitation, remove blockade
  • Economic slowdown mainly due to external factors: RBI
  • Finance ministers to revive firewall debate
  • Pawar may attend Badal’s swearing-in ceremony
  • Minor Dalit girl raped by 4 men in MP village
  • 12-yr-old shot dead by drunk Delhi Police officer
  • 2G: DoT plans to start auction from December 20
  • Vijay Hazare: Shukla wins Bengal maiden title
  •  Vijay Bahuguna will be the Chief Minister of Uttarakhand: Azad
  • Ibobi Singh looks forward to third stint as Manipur Chief Minister
  • Israel and Palestinians in Gaza agree to ceasefire after four days of violence: Egyptian official
  • Belgian police say Imam killed in arson attack on mosque in Brussels
  • President Obama warns against ‘rush for exits’ in Afghanistan after killing of 16 civilians by US soldier
  • 19-yr-old Azhar Ahmed is charged after making Facebook comments about the deaths of six UK soldiers in Afghanistan
  • 12 people being treated for suspected carbon monoxide poisoning after incident in west Cornwall, UK
  • Afghanistan’s President Karzai condemns killing rampage in Kandahar province, demands explanation from US.
  • Kalki Koechlin may sign Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani
  •  Amitabh Bachchan to star in the sequel of Aankhen
  • Bipasha & Mika to perform at the launch party of Super Fight League
  • Vidya Balan gets a Trishakti painting as a gift
  • John Abraham: Vidya Balan will fit in the role of a surrogate mother
  • Abhishek: Aishwarya’s happy playing ‘Mom’ for now

12 March 2012

Pooja Sareen, Apeejay Institute of Mass Communication

  • Iran doesn’t fear bombs and warships: Ahmadinejad
  •  NDA to raise in Parl ‘assault’ on federalism by UPA
  •  No mining mafia in Madhya Pradesh: Chouhan
  • : Yeddyurappa mellows down tone against BJP
  •  BJP demands Omar’s resignation with ‘dignity’
  • Develop human resources to stay relevant: Pranab to banks
  • Jet Airways says to clear tax debt by Monday
  • Karuna blames AIADMK for delay in commissioning N-plant
  • FICCI: Budget must initiate reforms to propel growth
  •  Pakistan beat Bangladesh by 21 runs in Asia Cup
  • Manchester City lose top spot to Manchester United
  • Former Maharashtra minister arrested in housing scam
  •  BSP to support Congress in Uttarakhand
  • India to take up fishermen attack issue with Colombo
  • Mamata’s men to attend event: Tourism Minister Rachpal Singh, MP KD Singh to go to Badal’s swearing-in
  • Another braveheart dies: Another man and driver arrested, case of murder registered
  • Aviation makes plea over EU carbon tax
  • Congo blast victims’ funeral held
  • China trafficking victims rescued
  • India-pakistan semi-final said to be fixed
  • Israel steps up Gaza air strikes
  • Harman Baweja says he’d be excited to be in a fight league!
  • Shooting for the movie “yejawani hai deewani to start” this month
  • Amrita Rao: SRK is the perfect person for any girl
  • Salman reportedly donated money for Yuvraj Singh’s treatment, after replacing him as an ambassador for a brand
  • Deepika Padukone plays a dark character in her next, ‘Cocktail’

 

English: An aerial view of Minato, Japan, a we...

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Pooja Sareen, Apeejay Institute of Mass Communication

Though year has passed but the effects remains, it’s the 9.0 Richter scale earthquake rocked the Japan with a terrible tsunami. It’s almost a year passed to the horrified incidence, but the people still feel the pain and grief they faced at the time of this miserable incidence in Japan. The twin natural disasters claimed more than 15,800 lives, and more than 3,000 people remain unaccounted for.

Many loss life, many loss their close one, and many loss their homes and were evacuated from there places. Today Japan is marking its first anniversary of the devastating earthquake and tsunami which struck the north-eastern coast, killing thousands.

Though not only emotional pain is attached to the incidence but also other, Japan is still dealing with the economic and political fallout of the disaster.

Pooja Sareen, Apeejay Institute of Mass Communication

  • Mamata may attend Akhilesh, Badal’s swearing-in
  • MP: IPS officer’s wife demands CBI probe
  • Gujarat riots: Minorities Commission summons IPS officers
  • Sunderland punch out Liverpool 1-0 at home
  • Malayalam actor Jagathy Sreekumar hurt in mishap
  • Syria’s Assad rebuffs Annan, troops attack Idlib
  • Rajendra Singh, 2 others quit NGRBA
  •  Mayawati to quit as MLC, seek RS nomination
  • Harbhajan to lead North Zone in Deodhar Trophy
  •  2G: Cabinet meet inconclusive on Presidential reference
  • Akhilesh to be youngest Uttar Pradesh CM
  • ‘MP govt protecting mining, liquor mafia’ ?
  • Google Wallet may come to India soon
  • HC slams Delhi government for land acquisition
  • Israeli car bomb attack: Man arrested a journalist or spy?
  • Class IX student shot dead in Ghaziabad
  • Japan to mark deadly anniversary of tsunami
  • McCluskie brother’s murder charge
  • Five Taliban detainees held at Guantanamo Bay tell Afghan delegation they agree to transfer to Qatar. US yet to approve
  • Murray to begin Indian Wells bid
  • Shabana Azmi’s niece, Saiyami Kher to make her Bollywood debut this year
  • Raj Kundra and Sanjay Dutt rope in Minissha Lamba to host the launch event of Super Fight League
  • Salman has apparently demanded a rupee more for ‘Ek Tha Tiger’ than the amount SRK is getting for ‘London Ishq’
  • Veena Malik will go back to Pakistan to launch her own music album
  • Protests against Saif in Bhopal
  • Another IPS killed by Mining Mafia

 

 

Rahul Dravid may retire

English: Indian cricketer Rahul Dravid

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Pooja Sareen, Student, Apeejay Institute of Mass Communication

Called by the name of “THE WALL“ of the Indian cricket team Rahul Dravid is going to leave it soon, Rahul Dravid after glittering career of almost 15 years is set to retire from the Test Cricket tomorrow in the presence of National board president N.Srinivasan.

Though there is no confirmation in this regard as a lettes was issued to the media houses by BCCI regarding the same. Dravid has already retired from One-Day International and T20 in August 2011.

Dravid made his debut in International cricket in 1996 at Lord against England with a remarkable innings of 95 runs. He was also made the captain of Indian team in october 2005 and with this in his 15 year long career he received numerous awards including, “top five Wisden cricketer of the year” in 2000, “ICC player of the year and Test player of the year” in 2004.

Cricket career

Rahul Dravid is a Right hand batsman, and a wicketkeeper. He has scored 13,228 runs in 164 tests at the average of 52.31 and 10,889 runs in 344 ODI’s at the average of 39.46.

Some fascinating facts about rahul Dravid

  • Rahul Dravid is the first batsmen who has registered a score of century in all test playing nations.
  • He has played 93 consecutive five day test matches for India
  • The first player to score 10000-run at No.3 position
  • Rahul Dravid has a record of most number of catches in Test Cricket.
  • His highest knock of 270 runs is the longest innings played by an Indian batsmen in terms of minute.
  • He holds a record for not being dismissed on a duck for 120 innings consecutive one-day matches.
  • He is only the second non-English cricketer to have hit 3 or more centuries in a two different test series in England, the other being Donald Bradman
Samajwadi (Socialist) Party rally

Samajwadi (Socialist) Party rally (Photo credit: Al Jazeera English)

Pooja Sareen, Student, Apeejay Institute of Mass Communication

People of UP may have given a good bye to BSP and unaccepted the government of Congress and BJP but incidence and aftershocks after choosing of Samajwadi Party would have given a thunder shock to the people and may have even put them in a confusion whether they have chosen a right candidate or right government or not.

Ever since Samajwadi party has won the elections complains and incidence of there “Goonda acts” are started coming in limelight.

 The very first one was on 6th March on the day of declaration of result itself and this was the killing of a small boy during firing of shots in victory by the SP workers which mistakenly got struck on a small boy who died. This was an incidence of Sambhal where a 12 year boy was killed during celebratory firing.

The second incidence came from Jhansi where SP candidates assaulted the journalist present at the counting centre and later locked them in the rooms for many hours.

The third incidence came from Sitapur where SP workers tried to put independent candidate’s house on fire, these workers are said to be supporters of SP MLA Jeena Babu, though two were arrested by police,  reports also says that they even open fire at the suppoters of that independent candidate in which 4 people were injured.

On all these incidence party’s youth leader Akhilesh Yadav said that strict actions will be taken against all those who are responsible for the same and he further issued strict instructions for the party workers on the same.

 

Pooja Sareen, Student, Apeejay Institute of Mass Communication

8 March 2012

  • Women wants pink buses back in Bangalore
  • Oil supply to Kingfisher resumes
  • Controversy emerged due to osama’s sea burial
  • Pranab meets BJP leaders ahead Budget session
  • Chavan urges PM to lift ban on cotton exports.
  • Indian NGO selected for first US Innovation Award
  • Hillary: US prepared to work with Putin
  • Bhopal hold Pune to 1-1 draw in WSH
  • SP members put house on fire in Sitapur
  • Railways to garner Rs 20,000 cr from freight hike.
  • Cheque bounce case: Azhar to pay Rs 15 lakh
  • Trinamool Congress adds to mid-term poll clamour
  • Raids in Chennai: Case against Parithi for holding disproportionate assets worth Rs1.56 cr
  • Olympics Committee will not remove Dow as sponsors of London Olympics
  • Man arrested in link to Irael embassy blast case
  • Stalking is to be made a specific criminal offence in England and Wales, PM David Cameron
  • Business Secretary Vince Cable launches fresh attack on UK banks, accusing them of “imperilling” the economic recovery
  • Afghan Taliban spokesman says they planted bomb that killed six British soldiers in Afghanistan
  • Toyota recalling about 680,000 vehicles
  • Too many immigrants in France: Sarkozy
  • Norway mass murder suspect formally charged in 77 killings.
  • Jimmy Shergill denies signing Tigmanshu Dhulia‘s ‘Valmiki Ki Bandook’
  • Hrithik is shooting for ‘Krrish 3‘ in Hyderabad
  • Rakhi Sawant wants to do an item number in Dabangg 2
  • Vidya’s item number in ‘Ferrari Ki Sawaari’ is named ‘Mala Jau De’
  • National awards declared

Pooja Sareen, Student, Apeejay Institute of Mass Communication

Election results seems to be a thunder shock for many but the worst affected in Up was the UP CM mayawati. Mayawati who while visiting to the Governor B.L Joshi yesterday didn’t even preferred to enter from the front gate where media was waiting for her rather she prefered to enter from the other gate playing hide and seek with the media.

Mayawati submitted her resignation letter to the Governor and then came out for the interaction with the media. While talking to the media she said that she took over the post of Chief minister in 2007 and in very difficult circumstances she formed her governmnet and in last five years she dedicated for the development of the state and succeeded too despite of negative attitude of the centre and opposition.

She said she also worked for the development and upliftment of the minorities, dalits and poor and took up all possible measures for their upliftment.

For her loss and SP’s victory she blamed BJP and Congress with their campaign on the quota issue. She said the Congress had first promised a quota for the minorities from the reservation for Other Backward Classes (OBCs), which the BJP used to garner support from the OBCs and upper castes. She said ultimately, the Samajwadi Party reaped the benefits of all this, with the minorities, in particular, voting in large numbers for it.

She said the people would soon get tired of the style of functioning of the SP, and remarked that the state had witnessed some glimpses of this yesterday itself, referring to the incidents of violence in a few places during victory celebrations by SP supporters.

Pooja Sareen, Student, Apeejay Institute of Mass Communication

Victory seems not just enough for choosing the CM of a state, the suspense continues on who will take the responsibility of CM of Uttar Preadesh? Exit poll and poll result giving the same equation of SP’s victory in the 2012 elections, giving a thunder shock to parties like BSP, Congress and BJP who ended their campaign blaming each other which gave a narrow escape for  Samajwadi party for the victory in these election.

The entire credit goes to the young leader Akhilesh Yadav son of Mulayam Singn Yadav who on his cycle gathered votes of the people and now who has become the voice of youth. But the suspense in the party continues over who will head and take party to further enlightenment by becoming the CM, while Akhilesh says in every interview that he and party workers wants Netaji i.e. Mulayam singh to be the CM but there is a big confusion over that as many party members say that they want Akhilesh to head as the CM of the state.

As till now there is no confirmation on who will head as the CM as party has decided to take final decision after Holi till then the mystery for all continues on this matter.

Kingfisher Airlines Airbus A319

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Pooja Sareen, Student, Apeejay Institute of Mass Communication

This seems a big holi gift for the crisis ridden Kingfisher Airlines that the oil companies has resumed fuel supply to Kingfisher Airlines after receiving full payment from the Airlines

Day before oil companies pulled supply  from KFA due to non-payment which gave a big shock to the KFA and with this the International Air Transport Association also barred the agents from booking any KFA’s flights.

Six kingfisher fights were delayed on Wednesday due to absence of fuel supply at Mumbai and thus passengers suffered in a big way.

Kingfisher Airlines also got warning from the IATA on the same earlier also, which resulted in barring of its services on Wednesday, but KFA has promised to pay back the debts as soon as possible.

Already 19 accounts of KFA are frozen, Income Tax department has recovered 23 crore from KFA so far and soon they will attach its property also in the same.