Monday, July 11, 2011


Maulana Azad National Urdu University

Admissions Open -Aligarh College of Engineering and Managment

Admissions Open -THE SANA SCHOOL

Admissions are Open for Class Nursery-IX
for Academic Session 2011-12
Please Contact:  Qasimpur Road, Aligarh, Phone: 9897095267
The Chairman, Mr. Amanullah Khan.

Finally a Feeder School which you have been waiting for so long......
Residential/Day-Boarding English Medium Boys School
Education as par Excellence with Islamic Orientation
Extra & co-curricular activities at large



Applications are invited for IDB Scholarship from Meritorious but financially needy Muslim students who have passed SSC (10+2) examination and granted admission or intend to seek admission in the 1st year of undergraduate professional courses in session -2011-12 in the fields of Medicine (including Ayurvedic,  Unani  & Homeopathy) Dentistry, Pharmacy, Veterinary Science, Physiotherapy, Nursing, Lab Technician, Bio-technology and Microbiology, Engineering (all branches) Agriculture, Fisheries, Forestry, Food Technology, Bachelor of Business Administration and Bachelor of Law.

E-3, Abul Fazl Enclave, Jamia Nagar, New Delhi  110 025: 011-26957004, 26941028, 26941354

Application form can also be downloaded from
Application form duly completed with all required documents should be submitted to Muslim Education Trust, New Delhi on or before 5th August, 2011 with or without admission subject to submission of the proof immediately on admission in any of the above disciplines.

New software developed by AMU engineering students

Mr. Mohd. Taufeeq, F/o Mr. Mohd. Nadeem Tarin is no more

Right to Information

Oniomania is a disease: Tips to Consumer- Dr. Azmi

Free Judiciary advice to poor and needy people

Today Serving the Nation is most important need of time

Friday, July 8, 2011

Re. 1 per month only, for worthy property of Waqf

An Appeal to DM for issue of BPL cards

Jamia Urdu, Aligarh is going towards development

Taj Mahal earns 56 Crore annually but the salary of "IMAM" is only Rs. 15 per month


Why does water not calm the tongue after eating hot spicy food?
The spices in most of the hot foods that we eat are oily, and, like your elementary school science teacher taught you, oil and water don't mix. In this case, the water just rolls over the oily spices.
What can you do to calm your aching tongue? Eat bread. The bread will absorb the oily spices. A second solution is to drink milk. Milk contains a substance called “casein” which will bind to the spices and carry them away. Alcohol also dissolves oily spices.
Why are camels called “ships of the desert?”
Camels are called “ships of the desert” because of the way they move, not because of their transport capabilities. Camels sway from side to side because they move both legs on one side at the same time, elevating that side. This is called pacing, a ship-like motion which can make the rider feel sick.
Why do you get hiccups?
Hiccups happen when the diaphragm, the muscle that controls our breathing, becomes irritated and start to spasm and contract uncontrollably. With each contraction, air is pulled into the lungs very quickly, passes through the voice box, and then the epiglottis closes behind the rush of air, shaking the vocal chords, causing the “hic” sound. The irritation can be caused by rapid eating, emotional stress and even some diseases. The best cure? Breathing into a paper bag. This calms the diaphragm by increasing the amount of carbon dioxide in your bloodstream.
Why is blue for boys and pink for girls?
In ancient times, it was believed that certain colors could combat the evil spirits that lingered over nurseries. Because blue was associated with the heavenly spirits, boys were clothed in that color, boys then being considered the most valuable resource to parents. Although baby girls did not have a color associated with them, they were mostly clothed in black. It was only in the Middle Ages when pink became associated with baby girls.

Wednesday, July 6, 2011

Leonardo da Vinci the genius

Leonardo da Vinci the genius

Leonardo da Vinci, who was born in Vinci, near Florence in 1452, is known for his visionary ideas.  He made sketches of scissors, the parachute, helicopter, airplanes, and engineering designs, some of which came into use 400 years after his death in 1519. But his notebooks never provided an explanation on the mechanics of his inventions. In fact, it is not known if he ever even constructed any of the ideas himself. What is known is that he could write with the one hand and draw with the other simultaneously.
In his last 6 years, Leonardo da Vinci worked for King Francis I of France. The king bought one of Leonardo's paintings, which he hanged in his bathroom. Called La Gioconda, this portrait of Lisa Gherandini was the first painting to feature fading colors to create a sense of aerial perspective. Today it is better known as the Mona Lisa.
In 1912, the Mona Lisa was stolen from the Louvre, Paris. It took almost 3 years to recover. During that time, 6 forgeries turned up in the USA, each selling for a very high price. The original is, obviously, priceless.

The women won

The women won
A SPANISH Teacher was explaining to her class that in Spanish, unlike English, nouns are designated as either masculine  or feminine.
'House' for instance,
is feminine : 'la casa.'
'Pencil,'  however,
is masculine: 'el lapiz.’
A student asked, 'What gender is 'computer'?’
Instead of giving the answer, the teacher split the class into two groups, male and female, and asked them to decide for themselves whether computer' should be a masculine or a feminine noun. Each group was asked to give four reasons for its recommendation.
The men's group decided that 'computer' should definitely be of the feminine gender
('la computadora'), because:
1. No one but their creator understands their internal logic;
2 The native language they use to communicate with other computers is incomprehensible to everyone else;
3. Even the smallest mistakes are stored in long term memory for possible later retrieval; and
4. As soon as you make a commitment to one, you find yourself spending half your paycheck on accessories for it.
The women's group, however, concluded that computers should be Masculine ('el computador'), because
1. In order to do anything with them, you have to turn them on;
2. They have a lot of data but still can't think for themselves;
3. They are supposed to help you solve problems, but half the time they ARE the problem; and
4. As soon as you commit to one, you realize that if you had waited a little longer, you could have gotten a better model.
The women won.

2nd National Level Entrance Test for admission to the Civil Services, Judicial Services & Banking Services Coaching

2nd National Level Entrance Test for admission to the Civil Services, Judicial Services & Banking Services Coaching
Prof. Ziauddin Khairoowala, Director, Residential Coaching Academy said that the following students who were registered with the Residential Coaching Academy have qualified the 27th Bihar Judicial Services (Preliminary) Competitive Examination. Test was held on December 2009 and result declared on 11th March, 2011 due to stay of the Patna High Court the result was withheld, after decision of the Hon'ble High Court, Patna the result declared on 11th May 2011.
 Bihar Public Service Commission Prelims:
Mr. Quemre Alam,
Mr. Shabbir Ali,
Mr. Azmat Ali,
Mr. Kapil Sharma,
Mr. Muqeem Ahmad
Finally selected in the Civil Services (UPSC Examination):
Mr. Ahteshamur Reahman Khan S/o Dr. Badruddin Khan
Rank in Civil Services: 306
Registration No. : LB/10-63 dated 17.09.2004
Permanent Address: PO-Bhadura, District: Ghazipur, (UP)
 The following students who were registered with the Residential Coaching Academy have qualified the Examination of 2009-2010 & 2010-2011.
 Finally Selected:
1. Mr. Kashif Faheem as Asstt. Commandant, RAF
2. Mr. Ashish Kumar as PCS-Rajasthan
3. Mr. Arun Kumar Singh as Deputy Superintendent of Police
4.  Mr. Md. Firoz Khan as Asstt. Commandant, RAF
5. Mr. Hamid Hasan as PCS-Rajasthan
 Uttar Pardesh Public Service Commission (Mains):
1.  Mr. Kapil Sharma as Lower Sub Ordinates
Kashmir Administrative Services (Mains):
1.  Mr. Abdul Bari Naik
2.  Mr. Tahir Imran
Rajhisthan Pardesh Public Service Commission (Mains):
1.  Mr. Kuldeep Singh Chandel
Uttar Pardesh Public Service Commission Prelims:
1.  Mr. Chauhan,
2.  Mr. Raj Kumar Verma,
3.  Mr. Sabir Khan,
4.  Mr. Shalainder Vashisht,
5.  Mr. Khalid Uddin,
6.  Mr. Ashish Kumar Singh,
7.  Mr. Mukesh Yadav,
8.   Mr. Kuldeep Chandel,
9.   Mr. Ram Veer Singh,
10. Mr. Yogesh Baghel,
11. Mr. Rajesh Baghel,
12. Mr. Rajnish Kumar,
13. Mr. Jawaidul Hasan,
14. Mr. Munna Lal Yadav.
Bihar Public Service Commission Prelims:
1.  Mr. Sushil  Kumar,
2.  Mr. Samiuddin,
3.  Mr. Sabir Khan,
4.  Mr. Sagar Shankar,
5.  Mr. Saba Khan

Freelance Journalist &
Bureau Chief (Aligarh- UP) of Union Territory Independent
(An English Political Tabloid)
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