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Important Notice: Regarding Admit Cards of 56th-59th Common Combined (Preliminary) Competitive Examination. The Exam for BPSC has announced the schedule exam is on 15th of March. The Candidates can Download Admit Card form the BPSC Website from 18th of Feb. If You want to Download the BPSC Admit Card : Visit the Link Below :


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BPSC Exam is going to start soon, Acknowledgement Cards of 56th-59th Common Combined (Preliminary) Examination can be downloaded from the given website from 3rd of February 2015. 

Open Syllabus System Examination in C.B.S.E

Open Syllabus System Examination in C.B.S.E
At this time the examinee, who are giving C.B.S.E 12th examination will face too many Changes. One of change is Open Syllabus System. By in forcing this, the question can be asked from any chapter. Whereas weightage system has been abolished. Students have to be preparing according to change syllabus.

Weightage system was still applicable in C.B.S.E. Under the system board was told students in the examination, how many questions which can come from which chapter. What is marking system? The students get profit from it. They give more importance to that chapter which contains more marks. Specialists told that “if students know the marking scheme, it is easy to prepare.” But this time C.B.S.E has abolished weightage system and applied Open Syllabus System.

How to do Farmer Registration in Bihar - Steps for applying online

How to do Farmer Registration in Bihar - Steps for applying online


Farmer Registration : किसान निबंधन

Government of Bihar has started many steps in making whole Bihar Digitalised and lots of E -services has been started. In that crucial steps now farmer have to do their registration for getting subsidy and many other benefits.

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Ringo is the first app that delivers high quality and low cost international calling. 

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Who commanded the 'Hector', the first British trading ship to land at surat ? : KBC 7 Crore Question 2014

Who commanded the 'Hector', the first British trading ship to land at surat ? : KBC 7 Crore Question 2014
Kaun Banega Crorepati

Ques : Who commanded the 'Hector', the first British trading ship to land at surat ?

A. Paul Canning
B. William Hawkins
C. Thomas Roe
D. James Lancaster

Ans : B. William Hawkins

Yudh: The New Amitabh Bachchan Show + Super Writing Contest!

Should You Watch The New Amitabh Bachchan Show? + Super Writing Contest!

Yudh: The New Amitabh Bachchan Show + Super Writing Contest!
To say that Amitabh Bachchan towers taller than the steely buildings that make up the landscape of Yudh, the new fictional TV show that debuted on Sony Entertainment Television last night, won’t surprise you. As owner of a construction company, Mr Bachchan plays angry and humble, ill and warring, all with lock-jaw restraint.
Now we never write about television on bpb, but as people who’ve whined about how this lifetime isn’t long enough to watch all the brilliant TV fiction coming out of the West, while the Indian box gives us nothing, we had to tune in. Plus the show’s credits include Anurag Kashyap as Creative Director and Shoojit Sircar as Creative Consultant; and the cast besides Amitabh Bachchan playing Yudh or Yudhishtir, also features Kay Kay Menon, Sarika, Tigmanshu Dhulia and Nawazuddin Siddiqui.
Now that’s a lot of fodder for intrigue. Alert: spoilers ahead.
Episode One
We tuned in last night at 10.30 pm to meet Yudh, who owns a construction company plus two wives (played by Sarika and Ayesha Raza), and has a child from each. Still, episode one shows him in a positive light, as someone who takes on unethical competitors and warns corrupt cops. Halfway through the episode his illness (Huntington’s Disease) and illegitimate daughter are revealed, but so are the following: a brother-in-law who has just returned from jail, a son who defends his need to play video games, politicians, competitors, PR people and side kicks. It’s only episode one and Mr Bachchan is already saving falling buildings and belles, which makes you wonder, what drama is left for episode two.
  See Minor: Other Story For the Day:
Do This Now: Caravan & Writers Of India Festival Competition

It’s probably this that made our room of four viewers feel like the story and Yudh’s character arc might have peaked too soon. But it’s too early to judge a show from a single one-hour episode. We can however, tell you this: the first episode sees an interesting story treated with jumpy editing. There seemed to be little flow in the story, with the plot quickly hopping from situation to another. If this was supposed to be a technique they intentionally employed, it didn’t come through. 
The camera also switches to random city stock shots while dialogues are mid-sentence, which is quite distracting. This is probably in keeping with the theme of ‘city’ and ‘construction’, but the execution seems slightly forced.
What We Liked
The story is interesting enough to make you want to tune in to the next episode, and the appearances by Kay Kay Menon as the corrupt police commissioner with a neck brace (hence his reference to the fact that someone else’s neck would have to be on the line since his isn’t available) and Tigmanshu Dhulia are brief but memorable.
Our night ended with a mixed view around the room on whether episode two would be watched. Meanwhile, absent-mindedly, Sony remained on in the background, and Sunny Deol’s special appearance on the hilarious this-should-be-a-spoof-but-it’s-not CID came on right after. This broke up the debate, lightened the mood, and everyone decided Yudh is worth another shot.
Getting there: Yudh plays out from Monday to Thursday at 10.30 pm on Sony Entertainment Television.

KBC Registration Question no 06 2014

KBC Registration 1 questionQuestion No:06: Which region chose to merge with Russia in a referendum held in 2014?

A. Crimea                  B. Georgia
C. Balkan Peninsula   D. Croatia

Correct Answer is : Crimea  

* Only entries received by 8:59:59 PM on 11th May 2014 will be considered valid entries. Please read T&Cs for details.

Submit answer @ www.kbcofficial.in

KBC Registration Ques 5 : Which of these holy cities is also known as Kashi?

Kaun Banega Crorepati : KBC 8
 Registration Question no.05

KBC Registration 1 questionQuestion No:05: Which of these holy cities is also known as Kashi?

A. Ayodhya       B. Allahabad
C. Varanasi       D. Haridwar

Correct Answer is : C. Varanasi 
Submit Answer @ www.kbcofficial.in

* Only entries received by 8:59:59 PM on 10th May 2014 will be considered valid entries. Please read T&Cs for details.

KBC Registration Question no.04

Kaun Banega Crorepati : KBC 8
 Registration Question no.04

KBC Registration 1 questionQuestion No:04: In films, which Jai gives the 'madad ki chain' mantra: "Help three people ans ask them to help three others in return"?

A. Jai in 'Jai Ho'      B. Jai in 'Sholey'
C. Jai in 'Dhoom 3'  D. Jai in 'Jaane Tu..Ya Jaane Na' 

Correct Answer is : Jai in 'Jai Ho'  
Submit answer @ www.kbcofficial.in

* Only entries received by 8:59:59 PM on 9th May 2014 will be considered valid entries. Please read T&Cs for details.

Laloo, Jayalalitha, and Mayavati were on a long flight in an Air Force plane

A Long Flight

Laloo, Jayalalitha, and Mayavati were on a long flight in an Air Force planeLaloo, Jayalalitha, and Mayavati were on a long flight in an Air Force plane.
Laloo pulls out a 100 Rupee note and says, "I'm going to throw this Rs.100 note out and make someone down below happy."

Jayalalitha, not wanting to be outdone, says, "If that was my 100 Rupee note, I would split it into two Rs.50 notes, throw them down and make two people down below happy."

Of course Mayavati doesn't want these two candidates to out do her so she pipes in, 'I would instead take one hundred Rs.1 notes and throw them out to make 100 people just a little happier.

At this point the pilot, who has overheard all this bragging and can't stand it anymore, comes out and says, "If I throw all three of you out of this plane and I'll make 975 million people happy!"

This was  a Joke only..... Don't take it serious....

Remove your Voting sign of your finger within second : Indian Election

Matchstick can be used for this purpose.

Remove your Voting sign of your finger within second : Indian Election
Now, its got easy and beneficial for voters to vote again and again by same finger

Now, As our Politicians* has made fun of the India and India's, the ultimate and final well being of the voters in the heat summer for the good politics get ruined at that time when it got easier for the paid voters.
Remove your Voting Finger Mark
Mysore Paint and Varnishes was delivering the paint for the marking the voting in the fingers of voters with the fact that it will not erase by any means, but now the way has been discovered to erase, just use the water to wet the mark and then run rub the match stick power slowly slowly. After using 4 to 5 stick it can be again used for voting. Thank you politicians for having this Country a Golden Bird to Aluminum Bird.

Aap ko jaise rakhna hai eis desh to rakho, khadano ko bech dalo sasto damo par mafiao se, corruption se black money or inflation badao... koi fark nahi parta mujhe aur mere bharat ko, sirf itna karna Honorable supreme court me kabhi reservation pe appointment mat karna. Youth Youth sab kahte ho naa, youth ab badlenge desh ki tansvir ab hoga aar ya paar, eis baar nahi sahi to agli baar ka mauka nahi denge .... sambhal jao warna............

Online Registration of KBC along with Audition Dates and Schedule

Online Registration of KBC along with Audition Dates and Schedule

Kaun Banega Crorepati Registration

Its the 8th season of KBC and in year 2014, it gone to be again Kaun Banega Mahacrorepati. Since the show is scheduled to be started in the Month of September, so the Registration process will start from the month of May. The IVRS and SMS type of Registration will start and same will be notified on the KBC official website "kbcofficial.in", "www.kbcsony.com". 

The online Registration for the Kaun Banega crorepati for the Intimation purpose has been started and it will end on 25th of May 2014. If you want to be on the Hotseat of Kaun Banega Mahacrorepati then you must go for online registration. Here is the Link of that : Click Here. Please don't get cheated by anyone who ask you for money against the KBC Registration for the Selection.

The Complete KBC Registration Schedule will be published soon and Audition Date will also be notified, while for your preparation you can Play KBC Daily Quiz on "www.kbcliv.in" and get connected with "kbcofficial.in" for the Updates.

Internet Voting : An Initiative by Election commission of India

How to Vote via Internet ?

Internet Voting : An Initiative by Election commission of India
Its the Election time and also the present scenario of the society is changing. Now we have not much of time and capability to sell our selves for this worthless election of India. Worthless since these politicians are making a fun of India. All the examples are infront of you. 

Well, apart from that Election commission is making all possible step to increase the percentage of voting. so, in that phase they are searching for the possible methods of the Voting through the Internet. on the 7th of April 2014, Election commission notified the Honorable Supreme court of India about this much thing.

This time this facility is going to be for NRIs only, hope next time EC will look to upgrade its system for the welfare of the country and nothing else. Thanks to Politicians.

Through this note, we want to make aware to Election commission and the authority of India, who mean themselves only as the proprietor of India and they have been made only for the ruling over the public of India is that , by the next election all the young people will not go to the poling booth , make a system so that people may verify their identity and cast a vote on Internet. Thanks to Politicians again....

Convert Cellphone in to a Projector : A Simple method

Convert Cellphone in to a Projector : A Simple method
New chip can turn your cell phone into a projector

Imagine giving a presentation that is projected on a conference room wall via your cell phone! Such a technology may be on its way, thanks to a new light-bending silicon chip developed by researchers. The light-bending silicon chip from at California Institute of Technology (Caltech) researchers acts as a lens-free projector and could one day end up in your cell phone.

The new chip uses integrated optical phased array (OPA) to project the image electronically with only a single laser diode as light source and no mechanically moving parts. Ali Hajimiri and his colleagues were able to bypass traditional optics by manipulating the coherence of light - a property that allows the researchers to "bend" the light waves on the surface of the chip without lenses or the use of any mechanical movement.

Sit in Sunlight and make Blood Pressure Normal and cut the risk of heart attack and stroke

Natural way of decreasing blood pressure
Sunlight may help lower blood pressure

Exposing skin to sunlight may help lower blood pressure and cut the risk of heart attack and stroke, a new study has found.

Research carried out at the Universities of Southampton and Edinburgh found that sunlight alters levels of the small messenger molecule, nitric oxide (NO) in the skin and blood, reducing blood pressure.

"NO along with its breakdown products, known to be abundant in skin, is involved in the regulation of blood pressure," said Martin Feelisch, Professor of Experimental Medicine and Integrative Biology at the University of Southampton.

"When exposed to sunlight, small amounts of NO are transferred from the skin to the circulation, lowering blood vessel tone; as blood pressure drops, so does the risk of heart attack and stroke," Feelisch said.

While limiting sunlight exposure is important to prevent skin cancer, the authors of the study, including Dr Richard Weller of the University of Edinburgh, suggest that minimising exposure may be disadvantageous by increasing the risk of prevalent conditions related to cardiovascular disease.

Cardiovascular disease, often associated with high blood pressure, accounts for 30 per cent of deaths globally each year.

Blood pressure and cardiovascular disease are known to vary according to season and latitude, with higher levels observed in winter and in countries further from the equator, where ultraviolet radiation from the Sun is lower.

During the study, the skin of 24 healthy individuals was exposed to ultraviolet (UVA) light from tanning lamps for two sessions of 20 minutes each. In one session, the volunteers were exposed to both the UVA rays and the heat of the lamps. In another, the UV rays were blocked so that only the heat of the lamps affected the skin.

The results suggested that UVA exposure dilates blood vessels, significantly lowers blood pressure, and alters NO metabolite levels in the circulation, without changing vitamin D levels.

Further experiments indicated that pre-formed stores of NO in the upper skin layers are involved in mediating these effects. The data are consistent with the seasonal variation of blood pressure and cardiovascular risk at temperate latitudes, researchers said. The study was published in the Journal of Investigative Dermatology.

IRNSS 1B : Second Navigation Satellite of India

IRNSS 1B : Second Navigation Satellite of India
India on Friday successfully launched its second navigational satellite IRNSS 1B onboard PSLV-C24 from this spaceport.

Indian Space Research Organisation's workhorse Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle PSLV-C24 placed the IRNSS IB in precise orbit about 19 minutes after a perfect lift-off at 5.14 pm from the Satish Dhawan Space Centre in Sriharikota.

"PSLV, in its 25th successive successful flight, injected IRNSS-1B very precisely. I thank the entire ISRO team that made this major milestone for the country, thus proving again that India's PSLV has a place of pride," a beaming ISRO Chairman K Radhakrishnan announced.

The 1,432 kg satellite would form part of the Indian Regional Navigation Satellite System (IRNSS), an equivalent to Global Positioning System of the US.

The IRNSS 1B is the second of the seven navigational satellite planned by India under the Rs 1,420 crore IRNSS programme.

A 13-year old Indian-origin boy has emerged as the winner of a spelling bee contest in the US

Kush Sharma India Spelling Test Winner
Indian-origin student wins selling bee after epic 95 rounds

A 13-year old Indian-origin boy has emerged as the winner of a spelling bee contest in the US in an epic verbal duel that lasted a total of 95 rounds, after judges ran out of words in a previous marathon round held last month.

Kush Sharma, a seventh-grader at Frontier School of Innovation spelled out "definition" to clinch the Jackson County Spelling Bee title in Missouri, and a berth in the Scripps National Spelling Bee in Washington in May.

Saturday's 29-round competition was lengthy in comparison to other spelling bees which typically run for about 20 rounds.

Sharma won the title in two installments after the judges ran out of words in a previous round held on 22nd February.

Sharma beat fifth-grader Sophia Hoffman, 11, of Highland Park Elementary to win Missouri county's annualbee contest on Saturday, before a packed Kansas City Public Library.

Hoffman missed out after she misspelt the word 'stifling'.

Between the two, they spelt over 260 words, including 'barukhzy', 'muumuu', 'hemerocallis', 'jacamar' and 'schadenfreude' in 28 rounds with Sharma clinching the title aftercorrectly spelling the word 'definition' in the 29th round, NBC News reported.

As per his practiced routine, Sharma asked for the origin of the word, the part of speech and the definition of the word.

"The speller on stage asked for the word definition," the moderator replied to Sharma as an example of the word's usage.

"Kush smiled, and the judges were trying not to smile," head judge Kaite Stover told NBC News after the competition. "Kush rips that one off like it's nothing, like we knew that he would."

Hoffman's parents had appealed to the judges, believing that the pronunciation of "stifling" might have confused her.

The judges reviewed a recording of the proceedings and found nothing was wrong.

As Sharma spelt the word correctly, Hoffman was first to clap for her friend.

He patiently gave the moderator a handshake before hurriedly going to Hoffman and hugging her.
"It was a great experience and I'm happy for Kush," Hoffman said adding that she would be back next year. The duo returned to compete for the coveted title after the previous round ended in a tie with both of them getting every word right until the judges were left exhausted with words.

Last month, Sharma and Hoffman competed for 66 rounds before the judges were forced to turn to the dictionary after they ran out of approved words. Once the judges saw that the kids might last all day, they decided to postpone the marathon bee so that they would not risk picking an unfair word.

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Online Voter Registration for 2014 elections : How to Apply ?

Steps for Voter Registration
The Online Voter Registration for 2014 elections 
open up from 21st January.

The link to the website is http://eci.nic.in/eci/eci.html.

For first time voters you need to fill the Form 6 which is available online. You can fill the form and upload your documents while submitting your application online itself. Here are some guidelines for filling up the Application Form 6.

General Instructions

Who can file Form-6
1. First time applicant on attaining age of 18years or more on the first day of January of the year with reference to which the electoral roll is being revised.

2. Person shifting his / her place of ordinary residence outside the constituency in which he / she is already registered.

When Form-6 can be filed
1. The application can be filed after draft publication of electoral roll of the constituency. The application is to be filed within the specific days provided for the purpose. Due publicity is given about the above period when the revision programme is announced.

2. Only one copy of the application is to be filed.

3. Application for inclusion of name can be filed through out the year even when the revision programme is not going on. During non-revision period, application must be filed in duplicate.

Where to file Form-6
1. During revision period, the application can be filed at the designated locations where the draft electoral roll is displayed (mostly polling station locations) as well as the Electoral Registration Officer and Assistant Electoral Registration Officer of the constituency.

2. During other period of the year when revision programme is not going on, the application can be filed only with the Electoral Registration Officer.

How to Fill the Form-6
1. The application should be addressed to the Electoral Registration Officer of the constituency in which you seek registration. The name of the constituency should be mentioned in the blank space.

2. Name (With Documentary Proof)
The name as it should appear in the electoral roll and Electors Photo Identity Card (EPIC) should be furnished. The full name except the surname should be written in the first box and surname should be written in the second box. In case you do not have a surname, just write the given name. Caste should not be mentioned except where the caste name is used as part of the elector’s name or a surname. Honorific appellations like Shri, Smt. Kumari, Khan, Begum, Pandit etc. should not be mentioned.

3. Age (With Documentary Proof)
The age of the applicant should be eighteen or more on 1st January of the year with reference to which the electoral roll is being revised. The age should be indicated in years and months. e.g. A person born on or upto 1/1/1991 will be eligible for inclusion in the electoral roll which is being revised with
reference to 1/1/2009. Persons born on 2/1/1991 or thereafter upto 1/1/1992 shall be eligible for inclusion during the next revision with reference to 1/1/2010.

4. Sex
Write your sex in full in the space provided e.g. Male / Female. Eunuchs have to choose from one of these options.

5. Date of Birth (With Documentary Proof)
Fill up the date of birth in figures in the space provided in dd/mm/yyyy. Proof of date of birth to be attached are as under:
(i) Birth certificate issued by a Municipal Authorities or district office of the Registrar of Births & Deaths or Baptism certificate; or
(ii) Birth certificate from the school (Govt. / Recognised) last attended by the applicant or any other recognised educational institution; or
(iii) Illiterate or semi-illiterate applicant who is not in possession of any of the above document are required to attach a declaration in prescribed format by either of the parents already included in the electoral roll in support of the applicants age. The format will be supplied on demand. N.B. In the case of applicants born on or after 26.01.1989, only birth certificate issued by the Municipal Authorities or district office of the Registrar of Births & Deaths is acceptable.

6. Place of Birth
In case born in India, please mention name of place like Village / Town, District, State.

7. Relation's Name:
In case of unmarried female applicant, name of Father / Mother is to be mentioned. In case of married female applicant, name of Husband is to be mentioned. Strike out the inapplicable options in the column.

8. Place of Ordinary Residence
Fill up the full and complete postal address including PIN code where you are ordinarily residing and want to get registered, in the space provided.
Proof of ordinary residence to be attached are as under:
(i) Bank / Kisan / Post Office current Pass Book, or
(ii) Applicants Ration Card / Passport / Driving License / Income Tax Assessment Order, or
(iii) Latest Water / Telephone / Electricity / Gas Connection Bill for that address, either in the name of the applicant or that of his / her immediate relation like parents etc., or
(iv) Postal department’s posts received / delivered in the applicant’s name at the given address.

NOTE: If any applicant submits only ration card as proof of address, it should be accompanied by one more proof of
address out of the above categories.

9. Details of Family Members Already Included in the Electoral Roll
Please fill up name and other particulars of immediate family members i.e. Father/ Mother / Brother / Sister / Spouse included in the current electoral roll of the constituency. Name of any other relation like uncle, aunt, cousin brother / sisters etc. not to be mentioned.

10. Declaration
Please indicate date from which you are residing in the given address. In case the exact date is not known, fill-up month and year. If your name is already included in the electoral roll of any other constituency, please write legibly the full previous address with PIN code. If you already have been issued with a Photo Identity Card by the Election Commission, please mention the card number (printed on the front side) and date of issue (printed on the back side) of the card in the space provided. Please attach a self-attested photocopy of both sides of the card.

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