Thursday, November 26, 2009

calcutta university result 2009

University of Calcutta has published the results of B.A./B.Sc. calunivPart-I & Part-II Honours & General (1+1+1 System Old & New ),B.A./B.Sc./B.Com. Part-I & Part-II Major (1+1+1 System Old & New) Examination,2009 and B.A./B.Sc. Part-I Honors & General (2+1 System) Examination,2009.

The results were declared today i.e on 26th November, 2009 on the website of University of Calcutta. To know your result visit the following links

B.A./B.Sc. Part-I & Part-II Honours & General (1+1+1 System Old & New ) Examination,2009
B.A./B.Sc./B.Com. Part-I & Part-II Major (1+1+1 System Old & New) Examination,2009
B.A./B.Sc. Part-I Honours & General (2+1 System) Examination,2009

The University of Calcutta, also known as Calcutta University, is a public university located in the city of Kolkata (Calcutta), India, founded in 24 January 1857.

calcutta university result 2009

Thursday, November 12, 2009

Madhavan vidya balan kiss Pic Image photo from Guru

Madhavan vidya balan kiss Pic Image photo from Guru
Bollywood actor R Madhavan is kissing Wet Vidhya balan on her lips in the movie Guru.

Wednesday, November 11, 2009

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Cyclone threatens Mumbai one-dayer

Australia's final one-day international against India is in danger of being washed out after a cyclone alert was issued in Mumbai.

Heavy rain already cancelled the first day's play between Sri Lanka and the Indian President's XI in the city today.

The bad weather has been caused by an approaching cyclone on India's west coast.

The visitors clinched the seven-match series 4-2 with a six-wicket win in Guwahati on Sunday.

Shane Watson and Mitchell Johnson were earlier relieved from duty and were to travel home before the rest of the side.

Play was scheduled to begin at 8:00pm (AEDT).

Match officials decided to reserve judgment on conditions until 5:00pm local time (10:00pm AEDT), after which they will make an inspection followed by a decision about the possibility of any play.


Mumbai Shut Due to cyclone phyan

Schools, colleges and government offices shut in Mumbai on Wednesday and government officials sounded an alert along India's western coast as a depression in the Arabian Sea intensified into a cyclonic storm.

Cyclone Phyan lay about 350 km south-southwest off Mumbai, and was moving in a north-northeasterly direction, said chief secretary of Maharashtra Johny Joseph.

Extra buses and trains have been pressed into service in the city to make sure residents reached home safely, he said.

"We are fully prepared. Disaster management cells are active and we have rescue and relief teams on standby," Joseph said.

Fishermen have been advised not to venture into the sea, and people living in low-lying areas have been asked to move.

Heavy to very heavy rains are expected, with wind speeds of about 80 km an hour, said Ajit Tyagi, director general of the Indian Meteorological Department.

"You can expect heavy rains, high wind speeds, rough seas and strong surges," he said, adding the storm was likely to cross north Maharashtra and south Gujarat coast late in the night.

At Mumbai's airport, the country's busiest, rain and windy conditions were causing delays of up to an hour, a spokesman said.

Mumbai cyclone phyan

Cyclone expected to hit Surat, Junagarh

A cyclone is expected to hit Gujarat’s south coast on Thursday morning, India’s met department said. Strong winds and heavy rainfall are likely to pound Surat and Junagadh districts in the next 48 hours.

Surat city is a prominent business centre and Veraval, where the cyclone is expected to impact in Junagadh, hosts several textile units.

A deep depresssion—a precursor to a cyclone—had formed about 470km west of Mangalore in Karnataka in the morning, the department said in a statement. Associated wind speeds are expected to touch 75km per hour (kmph) in the next 48 hours, it said.

“As of now, it’s in the same league as Aila (a cyclone that ravaged parts of West Bengal on 25 May), but it’s unlikely to be as damaging,” said director general Ajit Tyagi. That’s because the storm is likely to weaken after 48 hours, he said.

Gujarat, which boasts of India’s longest coastline, is an active fishing zone lined with several industrial units.

Aila was classified as a severe cyclonic storm, typically characterised by wind speeds ranging from 90-119kmph. Wind speed on a normal day would be between 10kmph and 15kmph and a 25kmph day would be considered windy.

Source : Live Mint

BMC sounds cyclone warning

The municipality on Tuesday issued an emergency alert for those living near the city’s coastal areas, and said a cyclone could hit in the next 24 hours.

The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation’s (BMC) disaster management cell alerted Collectors of both the island city and the suburbs, Mumbai Police and fire brigade, to keep on eye on weather bureau warnings and evacuate people, especially from slums near the coast, which are at greater danger.

If a cyclone hits, among the hardest hit will be Colaba’s Geeta Nagar, Worli village, Nariman Baug, Juhu, Versova, Seven Bungalows (Andheri), and Santacruz 17th and 18th roads.

“The BMC has also instructed assistant municipal commissioner of all wards to monitor the situation and be alert for the two to three days,” said Mahesh Narvekar, chief of the BMC’s Disaster Management Cell.

“The state government has been monitoring the situation closely since morning. I have alerted all coastal area collectors and the Mumbai municipal commissioner to gear up for heavy rainfall, which may lead to water-logging in low-lying areas,” M Ramesh Kumar, principal secretary (relief and rehabilitation) told HT.

“The cyclonic winds were 550 km from Mumbai, near Goa, during the day, but are now moving from south to north, so there is a strong possibility they could touch Dahanu,” Kumar added.

“The BMC, which had removed all water pumps after the monsoon, has been instructed to immediately put them back to handle any water logging,” Kumar said. Fishermen have also been advised not to venture into the sea along and off Kerala, Karnataka, Goa, Maharashtra and Gujarat coasts.

Source : Hindustan Times

Narendra Modi calls emergency meet ahead of cyclone Phyan

Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday (November 11) called a high alert emergency meeting in keeping with the state of emergency caused by the oncoming Cyclone Phyan, which is expected to hit the Gujarat coast later this evening. Narendra Modi called the meeting to review the disaster management preparations being made by the state's administration.

Cyclone Phyan is likely to cross South Gujarat coast by midnight today.

At the meeting which was attended by government officials including the Revenue Minister, Urban development minister, Chief Secretary, State Police Chief, Revenue and Disaster Management officials, the Chief Minister directed collectors and disaster management units of Bhavnagar, Anand, Vadodara, Ahmedabad and all south Gujarat districts to stay on high-alert.

District authorities have asked people living in low lying areas of Valsad and Navasari to evacuate the areas as a precautionary measure.

He also directed the Chief of police to put State Reserve Police Force on alert.

Gujarat CM Narendra Modi will review the situation again today evening at 5.00 pm.

Source : Timesnow

Cyclone in Mumbai Live update

As the Cyclone phyan has attacked india , indians are sit on tvs, news website to check the latest updates regarding cyclone in mumbai , goa, konkan , daman , gujarat and other places of india. has created page on which indians can get "Cyclone in Mumbai Live update"

Here it is :

Cyclone Phyan Mumbai

People in Mumbai as well as in the some other coastal regions are busy checking the Mumbai Cyclone Update on Wednesday afternoon. Weather observatories in Mumbai have warned people not to go near the beach areas as Cyclone Phyan can strike the place anytime between 3:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. IST. It is going to be a strong cyclone and observatories have issued 0 range alert so that people can understand the severity of the cyclone and stay at safe places.