Posted by Nishant Bharati on August 27, 2012 in
Bollywood Best Known Character AK Hangal Passes Away at 26 August 2012 In Mumbai. Hangal slipped and fell down in his bathroom on August 13, fracturing his right femur (thigh) bone.According to a hospital official, Hangal was on life-support systems for the past few days but did not respond to treatment. "He died around 9 a.m. He died following lung and kidney failure after he suffered a hip fracture" He has acted in over 225 films. His dialogue fro Sholay has been the most famous one-line of his career "itna sannata kya hai bhai"
Posted by Vinay Yadav on August 23, 2012 in
International POWER Exhibit 2013, has been meticulously planned to provide an upbeat, pioneering and value based platform for interaction within Project Developers, Equity partners, EPC’s, Manufacturers/Suppliers, Technical Consultants, Financial Institutions, IT Solution Providers, O&Ms, Energy Auditors and many more under one roof. Apart from one to one interaction with target customers at the exhibit, exhibitors can also create awareness in all relevant segments by proper display of the products which will highlight the latest trends and techniques in power and allied Industries.
Posted by Nishant Bharati on August 23, 2012 in
Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni was not invited to a party which former test player V.V.S. Laxman hosted here for some senior members of the team at his residence In Hyderabad. When Dhoni was asked at the pre-match press conference if he was invited by Laxman, he replied in a clear "No". Laxman trained very hard for this series, but due to some internal issues, he was forced to retire. However he was selected to play the 2 test against New Zealand, starting August 23, 2012. It is rumored that Dhoni was not in favor of picking up Laxman.
TIE Nagpur presents workshop on Value Innovation by Mr Hrridaysh Deshpande on 25th August 2012 at Nagpur
Posted by Rashmi Priya on August 21, 2012 in
TIE Nagpur is organizing full day workshop on Value Innovation through Blue Ocean Strategy with Mr Hrridaysh Deshpande, Director DYP- DC Center for Automotive Research and Studies at Nagpur on 25th August 2012. TiE Nagpur present a 1-day hands-on, interactive workshop on achieving Value Innovation through Blue Ocean Strategy. Blue Ocean Strategy, by Professors W. Chan Kim and Renee Mauborgne, is an international bestseller over 5 continents, with more than 2 million English copies sold worldwide and published in an additional 41 languages. Date: 25th August 2012
Posted by Vinay Yadav on August 21, 2012 in
Nagpur's Steam locomotive which once ran on Pulgaon-Arvi section, has been brought back to Nagpur railway station. The Heritage steam locomotive was built in 1954 by Nasmyth Wilson & Co Ltd, England. The engine came to service in 1955. This steam locomotive will be placed at the entrance of Nagpur Railway station. Mr. Subodh Jain , General Manager of Central Railway (CR) will be formally inaugurating it.
Posted by Rashmi Priya on August 20, 2012 in
In this fast paced world i have seen people running after Engineering, Medical,Graduation Colleges and B- Schools but very few people are willing to invest in Finishing School. Now let me define what is a Finishing School ? Finishing School is a place which nurtures your skills and makes you more employable according to the needs of present business scenario. The duration of Course depends on the skills which you want to develop in you. Now the biggest question is do we lack these skills that we need to learn them from a Finishing School ?
Posted by Nishant Bharati on August 14, 2012
Union minister Vilasrao Deshmukh on Tuesday afternoon died in a hospital in Chennai. Doctors were treating Deshmukh for a serious liver ailment and were looking for a liver donor to carry out a transplant on him. An attempt to harvest liver. Vilasrao Deshmukh, was admitted to a Chennai hospital with liver cirrhosis and multiple organ failure. Twitter Reactions: Dr Manmohan Singh PM:Mr Deshmukh was a trusted colleague and an able administrator who worked at Panchayat, State and Central levels with admirable dedication
Posted by Vinay Yadav on August 12, 2012 in
India's leading 66kg freestyle wrestling champion, Sushil Kumar lost to Japan's Tatsuhiro Yonemitsu (1-3) in the finals to secure Silver medal. Sushil Kunal has now created history by becoming the first Indian to win back to back medals. He won bronze in 2008 Beijing Olympics
Posted by Vinay Yadav on August 12, 2012 in
Yogeshwar Dutt, 29 year old wrestler, managed to bag bronze medal in 60 kg men's freestyle wrestling at London Olympics. Yogeshwar Dutt won Gold medal at Commonwealth Games (CWG) held in India in 2010.
Posted by Vinay Yadav on August 8, 2012 in
M C Mary Kom was outclassed by Great Britain's Nicola Adams. She will have to settle for Bronze in the women's flyweight (51kg) semi-finals on Wednesday Aug 8th 2012 India's Mary Kom is five-time World champion. eBharat.IN is proud of her achievements.