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07 September 2018

TRS mla candidates list for Telangana elections 2019

 Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) announced a list of 105 candidates for elections after Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao's government dissolved the state assembly on Thursday.
Two sitting Telangana MLAs were denied tickets. B Suman, who is currently the Lok Sabha MP from Peddapalli, has been named as a candidate.
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TRS mla list 2019

The decision to dissolve the assembly was taken during a cabinet meeting.
Chandrashekhar Rao met Telangana Governor ESL Narsimhan and submitted his government's recommendation. The Governor accepted KCR's recommendation and asked him and his cabinet to take charge as the caretaker government.
Telangana voters are likely go to the polls earlier than scheduled now. The state was supposed to hold assembly elections at the same time as the 2019 Lok Sabha elections.
The decision to hold early elections is being taken to ensure that the mood during the general elections next year doesn't overshadow the assembly polls.

Here is the candidate list:

Bhadradri Kothagudem

1. Bhadrachalam : Dr Thellam Venkat Rao
2. Pinapaka : Payam Venkateshwarlu
3. Ashwaraopet : Thati Venkateshwarlu
4. Yellendu : Koram Kanakaiah
5. Kothagudem : Jalagam Venkat Rao

Khammam

6. Khammam : Puvvada Ajay Kumar
7. Paleru : Tummala Nageshwar Rao
8. Wyra : Banoth Madan Lal
9. Madhira : Lingala Kamalraj
10. Sathupalli : Pidamarthi Ravi

Mahabubabad

11. Mahabubabad : Banoth Shanker Naik
12. Dornakal : D S Redya Naik

Warangal (Rural)

13. Parkala : Challa Dharma Reddy
14. Narsampet : Peddi Sudershan Reddy
15. Wardhannapet : Aroori Ramesh

Warangal (Urban)

16. Warangal West : Dasyam Vinay Bhasker
Jayashankar Bhupalapalli
17. Bhupalapalli : S Madhusudhana Chary
18. Mulugu : Ajmira Chandulal

Jangoan

19. Jangaon : Muthireddy Yadagiri Reddy
20. Station Ghanpur : Dr Thatikonda Rajaiah
21. Palakurthi : Errabelly Dayakar Rao

Nalgonda

22. Nalgonda : Kancharla Bhupal Reddy
23. Miryalaguda : N Bhasker Rao
24. Nagarjuna Sagar : Nomula Narsimaiah
25. Devrakonda : Ramavath Ravindra Kumar
26. Munugodu : Kusukuntla Prabhaker Reddy
27. Nakrekal : Vemula Veeresham

Suryapet

28. Suryapet : Gunthakandla Jagadeesh Reddy
29. Tungaturthi : Gyadari Kishore Kumar

Yadadri Bhuvanagiri

30. Aleru : Smt Gongidi Sunitha
31. Bhuvanagiri : Pylla Sekhar Reddy

Nizamabad

32. Nizamabad Urban : Ganesh Bigala
33. Nizamabad Rural : Bajireddy Goverdhan
34. Armoor : Ashannagari Jeevan Reddy
35. Balkonda : Vemula Prashanth Reddy
36. Bodhan : Shakeel Ahmed

Kamareddy

37. Banswada : Pocharam Srinivas Reddy
38. Kamareddy : Gampa Govardhan
39. Jukkal : Hanumanthu Shinde
40. Yellareddy : Enugu Ravinder Reddy

Adilabad

41. Adilabad : Jogu Ramanna
42. Boath : Rathod Babu Rao
43. Khanapur : Smt Rekha Naik

Asifabad

44. Asifabad : Smt Kova Laxmi
45. Sirpur Kagaz Nagar : Koneru Konappa

Nirmal

46. Nirmal : Allola Indra Karan Reddy
47. Mudhole : G Vittal Reddy

Mancheryal

48. Mancheryal : Nadipelli Diwakar Rao
49. Bellampally : Durgam Chinnaiah
50. Chennur : Balka Suman

Karimnagar

51. Karimnagar : Gangula Kamalakar
52. Huzurabad : Eetala Rajender
53. Manakondur : Rasamai Balakishan

Siricilla

54. Siricilla : K T Rama Rao
55. Vemulawada : Chennamaneni Ramesh

Jagityal

56. Jagityal : Dr M Sanjay Kumar
57. Korutla : Kalavakuntla Vidyasagar Rao
58. Dharmapuri : Koppula Eeshwar

Peddapally

59. Peddapally : Dasari Manohar Reddy
60. Manthani : Putta Madhukar
61. Ramagundam : Somarapu Sathyanarayana

Siddipet

62. Siddipet : Tanneru Harish Rao
63. Dubbaka : Solipeta Ramalinga Reddy
64. Gajwel : Kalvakuntla Chandrasekhar Rao
65. Husnabad : Vodithela Satish Kumar

Medak

66. Medak : Smt M Padma Devender Reddy
67. Narsapur : Chilumula Madan Reddy

Sangareddy

68. Sangareddy : Chintha Prabhakar
69. Narayankhed : M Bhupal Reddy
70. Andhole : Chanti Kranthi Kiran
71. Patancheruvu : Gudem Mahipal Reddy

Mahaboobngar

72. Mahaboobngar : V Srinivas Goud
73. Jadcherla : Dr Chernakola Laxma Reddy
74. Devarakadra : Ale Venkateshwar Reddy
75. Narayanpet : S Rajender Reddy
76. Makthal : Chittem Ram Mohan Reddy

Nagarkurnool

77. Nagarkurnool : Marri Janardhan Reddy
78. Kollapur : Jupally Krishna Rao
79. Achampet : Guvvala Bal Raj
80. Kalwakurthy : G Jaipal Yadav

Wanaparthy

81. Wanaparthy : Singi Reddy Niranjan Reddy
Gadwal
82. Gadwal : Bandla Krishna Mohan Reddy
83. Alampur : Vallur Mallepogu Abraham

Vikarabad

84. Parigi : Koppula Mahesh Reddy
85. Thandur : Patnam Mahender Reddy
86. Kodangal : Patnam Narender Reddy

Rangareddy

87. Shadnagar : Y Anjaiah Yadav
88. Rajendra Nagar : T Prakash Goud
9. Maheshwaram : Teegala Krishna Reddy
90. Ibrahimpatnam : Manchireddy Kishan Reddy
91. Serilingam Pally : Arekapudi Gandhi
92. L B Nagar : Muddagoni Rammohan Goud
93. Chevella : Kale Yadaiah

Malkajgiri-Medchal

94. Quthbullapur : K P Vivekananda
95. Kukatpally : Madavaram Krishna Rao
96. Uppal : Bethi Subhash Reddy

Hyderabad

97. Secunderabad : T Padma Rao Goud
98. Sanath Nagar : Talasani Srinivas Yadav
99. Cantonment : G Sayanna
100. Jubilee Hills : Maganti Gopinath
101. Yakathpura : Sama Sundar Reddy
102. Chandrayana Gutta : M Seetharam Reddy
103. Karwan : T Jeevan Singh
104. Bahdurpura : Inayath Ali Baqri
105. Nampally : Munukuntla Anand Goud

(source indiatoday)

29 August 2018

Actor Nandamuri Harikrishna dies in road accident

Actor and TDP leader Nandamuri Harikrishna died in a road accident early on Wednesday morning. Harikrishna, a former actor, was driving to Kavali in Nellore district of Andhra Pradesh to attend the wedding of a fan when the car which he was himself driving crashed into a road median on Nalgonda Highway.
Actor Nandamuri Harikrishna dies in road accident
Actor Nandamuri Harikrishna dies in road accident

Officials said that as the car hit the median at a high-speed, Harikrishna was thrown out of the driver’s seat and fell on the road and received serious head injuries. He was rushed to the Kamineni Hospital where he was declared dead at 7:30 am. In December 2014, Harikrishna’s son Janakiram also died in an accident near Nalgonda, not far from where Harikrishna met with the accident today morning. Doctors at Kamineni said that Harikrishna was brought with serious head injuries and the bleeding could not be stopped and he passed on at 7:30 am.
A purported video from the accident site shows Harikrishan lying unconscious on the road. He is survived by his wife, daughter Sushasini and sons Kalyan Ram and Nandamuri Taraka Rama Rao, both actors. Harikrishna was the fourth son of late Andhra Pradesh chief minister and TDP founder NTR.(source indianexpress)

02 July 2018

mestry death of 11 members of family in delhi

11 members of a family were found dead in their house in North Delhi's Burari area on Sunday.
mestry death of 11 members of family in delhi
mestry death of 11 members of family in delhi

10 members were found hanging from an iron mesh in the hallway while an elderly woman was found dead on the floor in another room. 
While the police registered a case of murder of the woman over death by strangulation, they are probing an occult angle to the incident.

Many answers we don't know

1. The elderly woman in the other room was strangled. If it was a "suicide pact", why was she murdered?
2. Did a family member kill them and commit suicide?
3. Why was the main door of the house open? Did the "killers" have a free passage?
4. If an outsider was involved, why did none of the neighbours hear the dog bark?
5. If it was a case of mass suicide, why didn't any of the family members leave a note?
6. Relatives say there were no issues in the family. If it was a suicide pact, what could be the reason?
7. Most of the deceased had chunnis around the neck with religious messages. Why?
8. Cops say robbery in the house seemed unlikely as cash found intact. Why did the killer, if an outsider, not take the money?

9. Why were the hands and legs of the deceased tied up if it was suicide?
10. The kids' bodies were found hanging too. Did the children agree to kill themselves without making any noise?
11. The children's feet were touching the ground. Were they killed and their bodies hanged?(source timesofindia)

30 May 2018

Sanju movie Trailer Launch Ranbir Kapoor as Sanjay Dutt

Sanju movie Trailer Launch Ranbir Kapoor as Sanjay Dutt
Sanju movie Ranbir Kapoor as Sanjay Dutt
The trailer of Sanju, the most awaited film of the year, is finally here. Starring Ranbir Kapoor as Sanjay Dutt, this biopic traces the controversial life of Dutt.

The trailer is a testament to Ranbir Kapoor’s talent. We see him narrating Sanju’s life but it looks like the primary focus of the film will be around the 1993 bomb blast case for which Sanjay Dutt was convicted and spent a considerable amount of time in jail. The jail scenes in the trailer are quite impactful as we hardly expect mainstream films to show such harsh reality on the silver screen. The film also chronicles Sanjay Dutt’s troubles with drugs.

Sanju’s trailer also showcases the bond that Dutt shared with his father Sunil Dutt. Paresh Rawal plays this role and through his dialogues, we see how strongly Sunil Dutt believed in his son.

Ranbir Kapoor’s look as Sanjay Dutt stands out in this trailer. Every look that he dons, is simply spot on. Be it his Munnabhai avatar or the look that he sported in the early 2010s, Ranbir surely looks the part and with the acting chops that he possesses, one can be sure that this film will be a treat to watch.

When the first pictures of Ranbir Kapoor as Sanjay Dutt were leaked on the internet, it left many fans quite surprised as Kapoor had managed to look exactly like Sanjay Dutt. Rajkumar Hirani, who is directing Sanju, has worked with Sanjay on the Munnabhai series and PK as well.

Sanjay Dutt is the son of veteran actors Sunil Dutt and Nargis Dutt and made his debut in the movies during the 1980s. Sanjay Dutt was known as the notorious bad boy of Bollywood in the 90s and it looks like this film will cover that aspect of his life as well.(source msn)

29 May 2018

India will keep Mallya in same jail where British kept Nehru and Gandhi

External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj, on Monday, addressed the media about four years of Modi government.Responding to a reporter's question about Vijay Mallya, Sushma Swaraj told the media that India is continuously pursuing legal options.
Mallya in same jail where British kept Nehru and Gandhi
Mallya in same jail where British kept Nehru and Gandhi

Sushma Swaraj said that when PM Modi met British PM Theresa May he told her that the jails in India are the same jails that Britishers used to imprison Mahatma Gandhi and Jawaharlal Nehru.

12 May 2018

13 Years Kurnool boy marries 23 years old woman to fulfil mother wish

A 13-year-old boy was married off to a woman ten years his senior at Upparahal village in Andhra Pradesh’s Kurnool district late last month, police said on Saturday.
13 Years Kurnool boy marries 23 years old woman to fulfil mother wish
13 Years Kurnool boy marries 23 years old woman to fulfil mother wish

Local residents said the ceremony was conducted because the boy’s terminally ill mother wanted the family to have an adult woman capable of performing household chores after her demise.

Although the boy’s marriage with the 23-year-old woman was allegedly solemnised at their residence on April 27, local authorities came to know about it only after photographs of the ceremony went viral on the social media.

The bride happened to be the daughter of a couple from Chanikanur village in Karnataka’s Bellary district. Both the families have reportedly gone missing ever since the bizarre nuptial ceremony came to light. A team of government officials led by district women development and child welfare officer Sharada and local tahsildar Srinivasa Rao visited Upparahal to probe the wedding, only to find their house locked.

Local residents said the terminally ill woman and her husband are agricultural labourers who lead a hand-to-mouth existence. “As the woman’s husband is an alcoholic, she was worried that nobody would be there to take care of the family after her death. She believed that the family would at least have somebody to take care of domestic chores if her eldest son was married off to an adult woman,” a neighbour said on the condition of anonymity, adding that the couple has two sons and two daughters.

It was then that the woman heard from a couple of relatives in a neighbouring Karnataka village who also wanted to get their daughter married off. She contacted them, and the two families decided to go ahead with the marital alliance. According to the invitation card, the wedding began on April 23 with prayers being offered to village deities and ended at 3.05 am on April 27.

“The marriage will be cancelled as it is not valid as per law. If the parents do not hand the bride and the groom over to the district authorities within two days, we will a file a case against them,” said tahsildar Srinivasa Rao.

The boy’s parents could not be reached for comment as their mobile phone was switched off.(source hindustanitimes)

06 May 2018

Jiwaji University

Jiwaji University
Jiwaji University
Jiwaji University  started it own post-graduate teaching and research from the session 1966-67 with the establishment of Schools of Studies in Botany and Zoology. The Schools of Studies in Physics, Chemistry and Ancient History, Culture and Archaeology were started from the session 1969-70.
Jiwaji University
Jiwaji University

The School of Studies in Economics and Mathematics came into existence from the session 1978-79, which the School of Studies in Commerce started from the session 1980-81 and that of Biochemistry from the session 1986-87. The School of Studies in Computer Science & Application came into existence from the session 1995-1996 and running MCA and BCA courses.
Jiwaji University (JU), is an public affiliating university situated in Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh, India. The name comes from that of George Jivajirao Scindia of Gwalior. The university was established on May 23, 1964 and Sarvapelli Radhakrishnan, the President of India, laid the foundation stone of the University Campus on December 11, 1964. It is fully accredited by the Indian  government.
Jiwaji University
Jiwaji University
The University offers affiliation to institutions of higher learning in six districts of Gwalior and Chambal Division: Gwalior, Morena, Bhind, Guna, Shivpuri and Datia. It started with 29 affiliated colleges and now more than 300 colleges are affiliated.


Indira Gandhi National Open University

Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) was established by  an Act of Parliament in 1985.
Today it serves the educational aspirations of about 1.5 million students in India and 35 countries abroad through 11 Schools of Studies and an elaborate network of 58 regional centres , 7 sub- regional centres , 1400 study centres, and 41 overseas centres. Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU)
Indira Gandhi National Open University
is making all efforts to take higher education to the doorsteps of the hitherto unreached. As of now, we cater to about 10% of all students enrolled in higher education in the country are enrolled with IGNOU.Placement Services in Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) is making arrangements with multi-national corporations and IT Compnaies for placement of its various students in the areas of Information Technology and communication services. Top Recruiting Companies: Max New York Life Insurance Company Limited, Aegis, ICICI Bank
Apart from teaching and research, extension and training form the  mainstay of its academic activities. It also acts as a national resource centre; and more importantly, functions as an apex body to promote and maintain standards of distance education. Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) has its presence in 35 countries. The Commonwealth of Learning has recognised it as one of its centres of excellence. It also has the unique privilege of hosting the Secretariats of SAARC Consortium of Open Distance Learning (SACODiL) approved by Heads of Govts.


Rajiv Gandhi Technical University

Rajiv Gandhi Proudyogiki Vishwavidyalaya, also known by the English name Rajiv Gandhi Technical University and by the name State Technological University of Madhya Pradesh,
Rajiv Gandhi Technical University
Rajiv Gandhi Technical University

is an Indian multi-campus affiliating university in Madhya Pradesh.The university was established as a common university for all the technical institutes, mainly including engineering and pharmacy colleges in the state of Madhya Pradesh. The university was named after the former Prime Minister of India, Rajiv Gandhi.  All the colleges of Engineering,
Rajiv Gandhi Technical University
Rajiv Gandhi Technical University

Pharmacy, Science and Technology as well as the Polytechnics affiliated to various universities and Boards of Technical Education are affiliated to the newly set up University of Technology.It is the 26th Largest university in the world in terms of, the number of students enrolled in the university.




Visvesvaraya Technological University

Visvesvaraya Technological University
Visvesvaraya Technological University
Visvesvaraya Technological University(VTU) is one of the biggest Technological University in India, having 201 colleges affiliated to it with under graduate course in 28 disciplines and PG Program in 71 disciplines. The intake at UG level is about 67100 students and at the PG level it is about 12666 students. The University has 13 QIP center in various affiliated colleges and 16 extension centers for offering PG programs. There are over 2305 departments recognized as research centers. At present over 1800 students / faculty are registered for Ph.D degree and over 180 students are registered for their Msc.. (Engg). This year the University is awarding 120 Ph.D Degrees and 50 M.Sc (Engg) Degrees. The Faculty has published around 694 research publications in the year 2009-10.
Visvesvaraya Technological University
Visvesvaraya Technological University

The University has recently started MBA and M.Tech. Program at Belgaum with about 205 students studying in all. Sixteen from among the affiliated colleges were recognized to get assistance under the World Bank supported. TEQIP program in the I Phase. This year as a novel measure academic autonomy has been provided to 17 affiliated Colleges after due processes.The University has very successfully achieved the tremendous task of bringing various colleges affiliated earlier to different Universities, with different syllabi, different procedures and different traditions under one umbrella. The University implemented common curriculum for UG in 1998 and revised syllabi again in 2002 for all the courses and uniform procedures were adopted. As a further step in standardization,
the subjects & syllabi of related branches are being made common upto the fourth semester. The University has already revised the syllabus of MBA with effect from the academic year 2001-2002 and has now revised the syllabi of all M.Tech courses & MCA. The University plans to bring in further flexibility in the curriculum, so that any changes or revisions may be introduced particularly with respect to electives, as and when the technology changes or the need arises.
The first batch consisting of approximately 13,000 students of Under Graduate B.E. / B.Tech. students who were admitted in the academic year 1998-99 came out of the portals of this University as graduates during the month of July 2002. Four batches of M.Tech., 3 batches of MBA and 2 batches of MCA students have so far passed out of this University. The total number of Post-Graduates who have completed their studies in this University is around 5000.
Visvesvaraya Technological University
Visvesvaraya Technological University

The University has MOU’s with various leading organisations like IBM, INTEL Asia Electronics Inc., Ingersoll-Rand (India) Ltd., Bangalore and Microsoft. These MOU’s will help in various ways to train the faculty, conduct teachers training workshops, student projects and enable the colleges affiliated to the University to get software at a highly subsidized rate. Already Intel has arranged many training programs for Engineering College Teachers. 153 teachers were trained by Microsoft. These MOU’s will further the Technological growth of the state. Many of the industries are showing keen interest in participating in the curricular activities of the University and the University is negotiating with them for such participation.

The DMP shall supply the latest technical know-how for the said Joint Venture (IGIT) comprising of Training, literature, Videos and Power point Demonstrations for Dynamic and Static Moulding Technologies, Cold Welding Methods, Capilliary Metal Impregnation Techniques, Metal Preservation and Conservation Methods and metal making industries of high precision.
VTU proposes to have world wide electronic presence by establishing data network interconnecting the VTU campus at Machche, four regional offices and all the affiliated colleges of VTU in a secure private network and open up access to this network to the worldwide communities for collaborative learning using Internet technology.



Anna University

Anna University was established on 4th September 1978 as a unitary type of University. It offers higher education in Engineering, Technology and allied Sciences relevant to the current and projected needs of the society.
Besides promoting research and disseminating knowledge gained therefrom, it fosters cooperation between the academic and industrial communities.The University was formed by bringing together and integrating two well-known technical institutions in the city of Madras.  Since December 2001,it has become a large, highly renowned Affiliated University, having brought into its fold about 426 Self-financing Engineering Colleges six Government Colleges and three Government-aided Engineering colleges located in various parts of Tamilnadu State.


Anna University
Anna University
Situated in the southern part of the city of Madras (Chennai), the University's main campus extends over 100 hectares abutting the Adyar River on the north and Raj Bhavan on the south. The Madras Institute of Technology at Chrompet constitutes the second campus of the University which extends over 20 hectares. Both the campuses have a variety of buildings serving the various needs of the University community. A third campus extending over 80 hectares is located at Taramani near the Instronic campus, Adyar. The Bioprocess Laboratory donated by SPIC is located at present in this campus and a few more centers of advanced studies, like National Institute of Fashion Technology (NIFT), Sugar Research Institute, Mechatronics Institute, Entreprenuership Development Park, and Convention Centre will also be housed there in future.  

Anna University, located in the southern part of the city of Chennai (former Madras), fosters cooperation between the academic and industrial communities besides promoting research activities. The University's main campus extends over a few hectares adjoining the Adyar River on the north and Raj Bhavan on the south. Anna University, located in the southern part of the city of Chennai (former Madras), fosters cooperation between the academic and industrial communities besides promoting research activities. The University's main  campus extends over a few hectares adjoining the Adyar River on the north and Raj Bhavan on the south. -Anna University, located in the southern part of the city of Chennai (former Madras), fosters cooperation between the academic and industrial communities besides promoting research activities. The University's main campus extends over a few hectares adjoining the Adyar River on the north and Raj Bhavan on the south.

University of Calicut

The University of Calicut is the largest University in Kerala. Established in the year 1968, it is the second university to be set up in Kerala.
University of Calicut
University of Calicut
The University aims to nurture excellence in education and research in its catchment areas of Northern Kerala, historically consigned to the periphery of Kerala’s academic map. The University lays its emphasis on fostering quality human resource and promoting productive research that benefit both local communities and wider humanity.The University was created through a Government plan bifurcating Kerala University. As per the plan, the four post-graduate departments of the University of Kerala operating in Calicut were annexed to the new University along with fifty four constituent colleges spread across seven northern districts. With Nirmaya Karmana Sree as it motto, the University has been able to surmount all challenges and emerge as the largest residential cum affiliating University in Kerala. With 30 post graduate departments and 373 affiliated colleges it has become a beacon of hope and enlightenment for hundreds of thousands of young men and women in North Kerala.



University of Rajasthan

University of Rajasthan
University of Rajasthan
University of Rajasthan is a public and state university and one of the oldest university in the Indian state Rajasthan, located in the city Jaipur.


It was set up on 8 January 1947 as the University of Rajputana and was given its current name in the year 1956.The University office was temporarily set up in the Kesargarh Fort. The then Maharaja of Jaipur State, Sawai Man Singh graciously made available to the university an extensive site of over 300 acres. About two miles from the centre of the city, the site was considered ideal for a University campus. With the Moti Doongari castle overlooking the campus on the northern side, and the Jhalana hills stretching from end to end in the east, the site possessed that wild grandeur that characterised most landmarks of Rajasthan.


University of Rajasthan, Jaipur, is one of the oldest universities of Rajasthan that has also been accredited with A+ by NAAC India. Initially, the University had its jurisdiction spread over the entire state of Rajasthan. However, owing to the successive creation of other universities, its affiliating jurisdiction came down, but the University is still the hub of higher education in Rajasthan. 

University of Pune

University of Pune was established under the Pune University Act, passed by the Bombay legislature on 10 February 1948. In the same year, Dr. M. R. Jayakar became the first Vice-Chancellor of the university. B. G. Kher, Chief Minister and Education Minister of the government of Bombay, helped ensure the university received a large allocation of land for their campus. In early 1950, the university was allocated over 411 acres
University of Pune

The location of the university has historical significance. Some incidents of the Battle of Khadki, during the Third Anglo-Maratha War, took place where the present day university is located.
The present day main building was built in 1864 and was known as the Governor's House. The university is home to IUCAA, an institute for astronomy.

Jamia Millia Islamia University

Jamia Millia Islamia is a public central university located in Delhi. It was established at Aligarh in United Provinces, India in 1920. It became a Central University by an act of the Indian Parliament in 1988.

Jamia Millia Islamia University

The university was established by nationalist Muslim leaders in 1920, prior to partition. Among the leaders, the main were the Ali Brothers, i.e. Moulana Mohammad Ali Jouhar and Moulana Shoukat Ali.

Dr Zakir Hussain was the first Vice Chancellor who took over in its turbulent times and guided it through with all the difficulties which Jamia faced.After his death, he was buried in the campus of the University.His mausoleum is open for public to visit during certain hours.
Among the early leader,the main were
M.A. Ansari, who later on became the Vice Chancellor. The main auditorium of the University is dedicated to him and is named after him.
Maulana Mahmood Hasan
Hakim Ajmal Khan
The Campus is distributed over a large area. It has many buildings which are being upgraded into those which have modern facilities. Greenery is supported and advocated. Jamia was accorded the status of a Central University by act of the parliament in December 1988.

India’s top 10 engineering institutes as per Times Higher Education ranking 2018

Times Higher Education has released the 2018 subject-based university rankings for chemical, mechanical, civil, electical and general engineering subjects. Here are the top ten indian institutions in engineering: 10. National Institute of Technology (NIT) Rourkela has made it among the top 10 and has been ranked in the 401-500 band.

10.National Institute of Technology
nit
National Institute of Technology
9.Jadavpur University
Tezpur University
Jadavpur University

In the ninth position is Jadavpur which has secured a rank in the 401 to 500 band along with NIT Rourkela and Tezpur University. 

8.Indian Insititute of Technology Roorkee
iitr
Indian Insititute of Technology Roorkee
The Indian Insititute of Technology Roorkee (IIT-R) has bagged the eigth position among Indian institutions for engineering and has secured its place in the 301 to 400 rank band for the subject.

7.Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee
iitr
Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee
Coming up in seventh place is the Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee. It has secures its place in the 251 to 300 rank band.

6.Indian Institute of Technology Madras 
iitm
Indian Institute of Technology Madras 
The Indian Institute of Technology Madras (IIT-M) has landed in the 251 to 300 rank band along with IIT-R, securing the sixth position. 

5.Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur
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Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur
In the fifth position for engineering among Indian institutions is the Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur. 

4.Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur
iitk
Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur
The Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur takes on the fourth position among India's best institutions for engineering.

3.Indian Institute of Technology Delhi
iitd
Indian Institute of Technology Delhi
The Indian Institute of Technology Delhi has landed among the top three Indian institutions for engineering. It falls in the 201 to 250 global rank band along with IIT Kanpur and IIT Kharagpur.

2.Indian Insititute of Technology Bombay
iitb
Indian Insititute of Technology Bombay
Appering among the top 200 institutions in the world for engineering, the Indian Insititute of Technology Bombay is the second best such institute in India. It has secured its global rank in the 126-150 band.

1.Indian Institute of Science Bangalore
iisc university
Indian Institute of Science Bangalore
The only Indian institutions to appear among the global top 100 for engineering subjects is the Indian Institute of Science (IISc) Bangalore. IISc has landed in the topmost position among Indian institutes for the subject and has bagged rank 89 in the global ranking.(source msn)

05 May 2018

Naa Peru Surya leaked Full movie download to affect NSNI box office collection

Allu Arjun's Naa Peru Surya, Naa Illu India (NSNI) has allegedly leaked online on its opening day and the full movie download is set to take a toll on its collection at the worldwide box office in the coming days.
Naa Peru Surya Full movie download
Naa Peru Surya Full movie download

Naa Peru Surya, Naa Illu India is a big-ticket movie that is made with whopping budget of Rs 55 crore. Its theatrical rights have been sold for a whopping price of Rs 75 crore. Since high stakes are riding on its head, the makers have taken all the measures to curb its piracy so that it won't eat away the share of its distributors.

Naa Peru Surya, Naa Illu India hit the screens around the world on May 4. A day before its release, the movie was premiered in the US and few other foreign countries. Some miscreants have allegedly recorded the complete movie and released this pirated copy on a website for download even before its regular morning show on its opening day got over.

A website run by a notorious gang is offering the full movie for download. The website offers four different version of the full movie of Naa Peru Surya, Naa Illu India ranging from 1.43 GB to 200 MB. The gang kept circulating the link to full movie download on the social media. The makers have already got into action and started getting down the pirated copy of the film. They are likely to get the website blocked.

It should be mentioned here that the website run by the notorious gang has been blocked several times after many filmmakers complained about it. But the gang has been running the website with the registration of different countries. This gang has proved to be a tough nut for the filmmakers to crack and it is hard to be controlled by anyone. If the site is blocked, the gang will open another one with different registration.

However, the promos of Naa Peru Surya, Naa Illu India had created a lot of curiosity about it story. The hype surrounding it has helped it get massive opening and it is set to make record breaking collection at the worldwide box office on the first day. Now, its pirated copy is posing a big threat for its collection on the coming days.

Naa Peru Surya, Naa Illu India has failed to meet the expectations of the viewers, as it has received mixed reviews from the audiences, who say that Allu Arjun is the only saving grace of the film directed by Vakkantham Vamsi. Bunny fans might prefer watching it in theatres, but other film goers are likely to opt for its pirated copy. Hence, the full movie download is likely to affect its collection at the box office.(source msn)

11 April 2018

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