Tv9 - Suspense on NTR's wedding muhurat - Part 1

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Tv9 - NTR - A Legend - Part 2

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Projectlu kaadu mukhyam , Pedavadiki koodu needa mukhyam - ntr

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Tv9 exclusive on Maos meet

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Tv9 - Malaysia Telugu Association SJ celebrations - Part 6

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Tv9 - Rosaiah to meet Sonia on Cabinet expansion

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Tv9 - Don't misuse Rajiv, Indira's name: Manmohan Singh

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Tv9 - KVP keeping distance from Jagan's team?

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Tv9 - Babu fires on Sakshi

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Pawan Kalyan in Rakta Charitra Working Stills?

Some pics have been making rounds on the net claiming to be the working stills of Pawan Kalyan from RGV's Rakta Charitra. 





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Namitha's Foresight Makes Her Rich

Namitha

The buxom actress Namitha's physique is often talked about in the industry. The industry sources say that Namitha doesn't possess the features required for the latest heroines. They say that Namitha is like old stars. But Namitha is least bothered about these words. She says, "I'm unable to stop enjoying the food I like, just for the sake of being slim. I eat whatever I like without any hesitation."

There is something else to say about Namitha. She is richer than the actresses who take more remuneration than her. Namitha during her busy days invested her money in real estate. It seems she purchased land in Chennai, Mumbai and Pune at a very cheap cost. Now the value of those lands soared up. Namitha is reportedly planning to build a commercial complex in Mumbai.
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Ileana is confirmed for Shankar’s next

Will Mahesh be doing Shankar’s next film, remake of 3 Idiots ? No official statement from Mahesh Babu. But Shankar seems to be going ahead with heroine Ileana. She will be playing the heroine in the Tamil version of 3 Idiots . This will be her second entry into Tamilnadu after her maiden Tamil film bombed at box-office. Early this year, she signed a Tamil film opposite Vikram but it was scrapped.
So she is making grand re-entry into Tamil with this Shankar’s next movie
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BAVA - Exclusive promo

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'The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader' Trailer #3

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Top 10 Heroines of South India

Genelia: She is no longer the girl who burst on the scene with Boys, though the image still tends to linger. Lights up the screen with her natural charm.

Divya: She’s not had her chances, one should say. But she has proved that she can look good.
She was so hot in Polladhavan, who can deny it?


Charmee: In the age of size zero, this lady has proved that sexy does not necessarily mean slim. There have been sections who called her flabby, but the new trimmer look must settle the issue in her favor.
Tamanna: She’s got all the makings of a ‘to be’ front runner. Could be a model for Fair and Lovely and Pepsodent and has got great natural grace to go with it
Ileana: Not the conventionally beautiful type, but there is something special about her that makes people swoon. Slim silhouette, is how you could define her well maintained figure.
Asin: The lissome lass of Kollywood, she can light up the screen with her presence. Adds immense value with her presence.
Trisha: If you can call a Kollywood heroine svelte, then it must be this lady. A former model, she brings a pleasing feeling to the screen
Anushka: If only she could find some time off from Tollywood where she is scorching screens! There are only a few better sights on the silver screen.
Shriya: She defined the hourglass figure concept in Kollywood and much of her on screen appeal also has to do with her graceful moves in dance.
Nayanthara: Well, that must have been the sexiest college staff on screen, at least for Kollywood. And if you can rewind to Sathyam and the bikini bombs in Billa then there can be no questions as to who is Kollywood’s marquee queen.

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ICC Cricket World Cup 2011

AUS, BAN, CAN, ENG, IND, KEN, NZ, PAK, SL, SA, ZIM, IRE, WI, NED
# Date & Time Match Venue Result
119 Feb,2011 08:30 AM GMT IND vs BANShere Bangla National Stadium, Dhaka To be played
220 Feb,2011 04:00 AM GMT KEN vs NZMA Chidambaram Stadium (Chepauk), Chennai (Madras) To be played
320 Feb,2011 09:00 AM GMT SL vs CANHambantota Stadium, Hambantota To be played
421 Feb,2011 09:00 AM GMT AUS vs ZIMSardar Patel Gujarat Stadium, Motera - Ahmedabad To be played
522 Feb,2011 09:00 AM GMT ENG vs NEDVidarbha Cricket Association Ground, Nagpur To be played
623 Feb,2011 09:00 AM GMT KEN vs PAKHambantota Stadium, Hambantota To be played
724 Feb,2011 09:00 AM GMT SA vs WIFeroz Shah Kotla, Delhi To be played
825 Feb,2011 03:30 AM GMT BAN vs IREShere Bangla National Stadium, Dhaka To be played
925 Feb,2011 09:00 AM GMT AUS vs NZVidarbha Cricket Association Ground, Nagpur To be played
1026 Feb,2011 09:00 AM GMT PAK vs SLR.Premadasa Stadium (Khettarama), Colombo To be played
1127 Feb,2011 09:00 AM GMT IND vs ENGEden Gardens, Kolkata (Calcutta) To be played
1228 Feb,2011 04:00 AM GMT CAN vs ZIMVidarbha Cricket Association Ground, Nagpur To be played
1328 Feb,2011 09:00 AM GMT NED vs WIFeroz Shah Kotla, Delhi To be played
1401 Mar,2011 09:00 AM GMT KEN vs SLR.Premadasa Stadium (Khettarama), Colombo To be played
1502 Mar,2011 09:00 AM GMT ENG vs IREM. Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore - Karnataka To be played
1603 Mar,2011 04:00 AM GMT NED vs SAPunjab Cricket Association Stadium, Mohali - Chandigarh To be played
1703 Mar,2011 09:00 AM GMT CAN vs PAKR.Premadasa Stadium (Khettarama), Colombo To be played
1804 Mar,2011 04:00 AM GMT NZ vs ZIMSardar Patel Gujarat Stadium, Motera - Ahmedabad To be played
1904 Mar,2011 08:30 AM GMT BAN vs WIShere Bangla National Stadium, Dhaka To be played
2005 Mar,2011 09:00 AM GMT AUS vs SLR.Premadasa Stadium (Khettarama), Colombo To be played
2106 Mar,2011 04:00 AM GMT ENG vs SAMA Chidambaram Stadium (Chepauk), Chennai (Madras) To be played
2206 Mar,2011 09:00 AM GMT IND vs IREM. Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore - Karnataka To be played
2307 Mar,2011 09:00 AM GMT CAN vs KENFeroz Shah Kotla, Delhi To be played
2408 Mar,2011 09:00 AM GMT NZ vs PAKPallekele Stadium, Kandy To be played
2509 Mar,2011 09:00 AM GMT IND vs NEDFeroz Shah Kotla, Delhi To be played
2610 Mar,2011 09:00 AM GMT SL vs ZIMPallekele Stadium, Kandy To be played
2711 Mar,2011 04:00 AM GMT IRE vs WIPunjab Cricket Association Stadium, Mohali - Chandigarh To be played
2811 Mar,2011 08:30 AM GMT BAN vs ENGZohur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium, Chittagong To be played
2912 Mar,2011 09:00 AM GMT IND vs SAVidarbha Cricket Association Ground, Nagpur To be played
3013 Mar,2011 04:00 AM GMT CAN vs NZWankhede Stadium, Mumbai (Bombay) To be played
3113 Mar,2011 09:00 AM GMT AUS vs KENM. Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore - Karnataka To be played
3214 Mar,2011 03:30 AM GMT BAN vs NEDZohur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium, Chittagong To be played
3314 Mar,2011 09:00 AM GMT PAK vs ZIMPallekele Stadium, Kandy To be played
3415 Mar,2011 09:00 AM GMT IRE vs SAEden Gardens, Kolkata (Calcutta) To be played
3516 Mar,2011 09:00 AM GMT AUS vs CANM. Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore - Karnataka To be played
3617 Mar,2011 09:00 AM GMT ENG vs WIMA Chidambaram Stadium (Chepauk), Chennai (Madras) To be played
3718 Mar,2011 04:00 AM GMT IRE vs NEDEden Gardens, Kolkata (Calcutta) To be played
3818 Mar,2011 09:00 AM GMT NZ vs SLWankhede Stadium, Mumbai (Bombay) To be played
3919 Mar,2011 03:30 AM GMT BAN vs SAShere Bangla National Stadium, Dhaka To be played
4019 Mar,2011 09:00 AM GMT AUS vs PAKR.Premadasa Stadium (Khettarama), Colombo To be played
4120 Mar,2011 04:00 AM GMT KEN vs ZIMEden Gardens, Kolkata (Calcutta) To be played
4220 Mar,2011 09:00 AM GMT IND vs WIMA Chidambaram Stadium (Chepauk), Chennai (Madras) To be played
4323 Mar,2011 08:30 AM GMT T.B.C. vs T.B.C.Shere Bangla National Stadium, Dhaka To be played
4424 Mar,2011 09:00 AM GMT T.B.C. vs T.B.C.Sardar Patel Gujarat Stadium, Motera - Ahmedabad To be played
4525 Mar,2011 08:30 AM GMT T.B.C. vs T.B.C.Shere Bangla National Stadium, Dhaka To be played
4626 Mar,2011 09:00 AM GMT T.B.C. vs T.B.C.R.Premadasa Stadium (Khettarama), Colombo To be played
4729 Mar,2011 09:00 AM GMT T.B.C. vs T.B.C. (1st Semi Final)R.Premadasa Stadium (Khettarama), Colombo To be played
4830 Mar,2011 09:00 AM GMT T.B.C. vs T.B.C. (2nd Semi Final)Punjab Cricket Association Stadium, Mohali - Chandigarh To be played
4902 Apr,2011 09:00 AM GMT T.B.C. vs T.B.C. (Final)Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai (Bombay) To be played
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Brindavanam Story Leaked

here is the original story..

Prakash Raj and Srihari are step brothers. They are two big guys in a village and both of them are rivals. Samantha and Kajal are cousins from the Prakash Raj and Srihari families. Kajal stays in Village, but Samantha relocates to City for her studies. Junior NTR lives in the same City. In an incident, NTR helps Samantha and they both become friends.

Meanwhile, Kajal’s marriage is settled with someone whom Kajal does not want to marry. So, she asks the help of Samantha. Samantha tells the whole story to NTR and asks his help. NTR enters into the village with the intention to stop the marriage using some clever tricks. While doing that, he fixes many issues in the village and finally he makes both Prakash Raj and Srihari to stop their rivalry and they all join together at the end. NTR marries Kajal or Samantha? Let us keep that part suspense for now.

The movie is filled with lots of Comedy and some good action scenes. NTR is targeting the family audiences may be for the first time.


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How India funds wars against itself

On September 24, a parliamentary committee told the Government of India something officers of the government have known all along: that its own funds are finding their way into Maoist coffers. It's a bitter truth the government does not want to hear. After all, increasing development funds is one
of the two "prongs" in its campaign to recover control of Maoist areas. A Rs 13,742 crore 'integrated action plan' for 60 Maoist — affected districts in nine states is currently pending before the Union Cabinet for approval. And there is already a clamour among states to claim more and more of the Naxal fund pie.
The insurgency bonanza
Bihar is demanding Naxal-affected 'status' for all its 33 districts. Orissa seeks to add 10 more, and Andhra Pradesh seven more districts, to the Naxal affected list. West Bengal wants inclusion of Purulia and Bankura districts, and Uttar Pradesh wants Mirzapur and Chandauli to be brought into the special Naxal affected development fund net.
How much of the money would go to development — roads, education, health, electrification and irrigation are the target areas — and how much to Naxal coffers is the question.
"In these vast remote tracts, insurgents run the local administration. Their writ runs large. No one notices what is going on. Crores are being poured into these areas in the name of development, which end up in the coffers of insurgents and Naxalites", says Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury, Lok Sabha MP from West Bengal's Murshidabad district who was part of the committee.
Last month, addressing a meet of state police chiefs, Home Minister P Chidambaram had noted, "Large scale diversion of development funds to the militants gives them easy access to critical resources which helps them recruit new cadres as well as procure arms".
At the grassroot level, there is no way the government can stop the diversion. It simply doesn't have the mechanisms in place to plug the leaks. This is true for conflict areas across the country.
A young intelligence officer on a visit to the office of a district commissioner in Nagaland was eyewitness to the situation.
"In the span of an hour in the DC's office, representatives of two insurgent outfits dropped in to say they needed funds for a few projects in the district. The DC was not in a position to say no."
Government officials in remote areas are rarely in a position to say no. A retired official of the Comptroller and Auditor General's office recalls going on an audit to a remote outpost in Mizoram.
He discovered pilferage of government funds. At night, he was visited by three men with guns who offered him liquor and requested him to not write anything adverse. The message was clear: he could take the liquor, or a few bullets.
Mizoram is no longer affected by insurgency, and has not been for decades.
Says G N Sunder Raja, principal accountant general, Andhra Pradesh, "We do have a system of verification which means we check relevant documents. We do what we can with our available resources in the face of severe manpower and logistics problems. But functioning in extremist-affected areas is a serious problem."
A system that leaks
In areas with active insurgencies, the diversion of public funds to insurgent coffers has become part of the system. Perhaps the best documentation of this to date has come from the first chargesheet filed by the National Investigation Agency.
In November last year, the agency charted out how "huge sums of money from funds available with the North Cachar Hills Autonomous Council were channelised through hawala operators in Guwahati and Kolkata to reach arms smugglers who smuggled in arms and ammunition and supplied it to DHD(J) (Dima Halam Daoga, a militant outfit) for them to commit acts of terror and violence and to wage war against the state".
After initially going into denial mode, Assam chief minister Tarun Gogoi only recently accepted that development funds had indeed been siphoned off. Efforts are gaining ground to entrust the case to the Central Bureau of Investigation.
"We act on the basis of facts. There were allegations that public money was indeed finding its way into the hands of some insurgent groups in Assam's North Cachar Hills. Those cases are being investigated by the CBI and NIA", says U K Bansal, special secretary in the Home Ministry.
Security analyst Ajai Sahni says that, "Public money meant for development is falling into those hands that are hell-bent on destroying the nation is a well-documented fact. Intelligence reports are full of how anti national elements are acquiring public funds."
Power flows from the gun
In the remote areas, it is people with guns who have control over life and death, Sahni points out. Where there are plenty of people with guns, such as Maoist dominated districts, or parts of the Northeast and Kashmir, the money follows the guns.
"In a situation where security forces fear to tread, what resistance can the common man offer?" asks parliamentarian Chowdhury.
"Block development offices have been blown off. The BDOs have no option but to follow the diktats of local Naxal leaders. In most cases, they do not even venture to the area under their jurisdiction. On paper, everything is fine, but the reality is totally different", he says.
A senior official of the Planning Commission, who spoke on the condition of anonymity, says, "Go to Kashmir and see for yourself how many development schemes have been implemented. They exist only on paper. The money is siphoned off by public officials, and politicians, and militants are also a party to the loot of the exchequer. And because of the situation, no accountability exists, there is no monitoring. There is open loot going on."
The loot will probably ensure that the state continues to arm and feed the rebellions against itself for years to come. Unless something is done to stop it.
To stop the loot
EN Rammohan, who led the one-man commission of enquiry into the Dantewada CRPF massacre and policed extensively in Jammu and Kashmir and the Northeast, has an idea: "Allot 10 per cent of the funds for a project and after it is utilised send an audit party from a distant state to audit the work. Verify the extent of work done and check if 10 per cent of the funds have reached the ground. After this, allot the next 10 per cent, and send another audit party from another state, and so on."
If the audit parties go with security cover, and the authority to inspect actual works in addition to the account books, it might work. It just might.
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