Gross Collection Till Now: Rs: 130 Crores
Mankatha is directed by Venkat Prabhu has a host of other stars including Arjun, Trisha, Premgi, Vaibhav, Mahat, Anjali, Lakshmi Rai, Andrea and many others. Music is by Yuvan Shankar Raja.
RPSC LDC answer key, for 22-12-2011 exam, is something for which all
those who had appeared for the test are keen to find out. However, at
the time of filing this report no answer sheet for RPSC LDC has been
published, not even at RPSC website http://www.rpsc.gov.in. There is
not much hope for the same to appear on the latter as well.
But if you can submit the question paper to us or can send as many
questions as possible then we will ask our team to produced solved
paper with solution, answer key and detailed solution of lower
division clerk of RPSC. As of now it is been confirmed by some
candidates that RPSC LDC has some normal sections like math, GK,
reasoning and such. All said and done submit RPSC LDC paper to us.
Scan it and email it to us. Only then we will be able to tell you its
expected cut off besides answer sheet. Also, you know any other source
where answer key have been made available then do share with all of
us, so that other can also reap its benefits.
The health of the Eurozone is dire. What started out as a sovereign debt crisis in a minor periphery economy of the Eurozone, Greece, has now morphed into a full-fledged crisis involving the giants — Italy and France. It was always clear that if the crisis spread to these bigger economies there would be very few credible tools to prevent a meltdown. But here is where we are now. So which way forward?
The markets need to be persuaded that there is no reason to panic wholesale. The shortage of liquidity should not push solvent economies into insolvency. Italy cannot remain solvent if it has to borrow at interest rates over 7 per cent. The European leaders have done extremely well at sticking their heads in the sand and waiting for the problem to explode. So, is there any room for optimism? In my opinion, there are a few rays of hope.
One is the positive development on the political front. The replacement of Silvio Berlusconi with Mario Monti deserves a global cheer and the appointment of Lucas Papademos as prime minister of Greece is also a plus. Both have a good understanding of the economics at play and have the right vision for reform: Fiscal prudence and growth-enhancing reforms to reduce debt to income ratios. At the minimum, Monti will make a better negotiating partner with Germany and France than his predecessor.
The Euro is under pressure because many countries don't satisfy the parameters needed to be in the Eurozone.
Is the Eurozone heading towards a breakup?
Image: Illustration: Vidyanand Kamat; Images: shutterstock
Two, it appears that the European Central Bank (ECB) will embrace its role as the 'lender of last resort'. The ECB has the capacity to bail out the sovereigns and the banks since it can print all the money it requires. The two arguments for withholding large-scale buyouts by the ECB are the fear of inflationary pressures and the creation of moral hazard, the legitimate concern that if it offers to buy out the debt then this will limit pressure on the troubled economies to undertake much-needed fiscal reform.
The change in leadership at the ECB with the replacement of Jean-Claude Trichet with Mario Draghi has tilted the stance of the ECB towards more pragmatism and less of an obsession with inflation fears. This is evident in the interest rate cut that Draghi instituted soon after taking over and the recent statement where he offers a quid pro quo: In exchange for aggressive deficit tightening, the ECB will consider aggressive intervention in buying troubled sovereign debt and thereby placing a ceiling on interest costs.
More broadly, the recent joint intervention by the major central banks in response to the dollar liquidity shortage is hopefully a precursor to future joint interventions that will raise market confidence. It is important that central banks around the world are able to maintain their independence and respond optimally to the crisis given their mandate. The recent pressures from political groups and governments on central banks serves no good purpose.
The other significant development in resolving the Euro area problems is the new emphasis on a fiscal union. The argument is that in the absence of rules like balanced budget requirements, fiscally mismanaged economies become a burden on other countries in the union. This is based on the assumption that the Euro area cannot credibly commit to not bailing out countries when they face the risk of default. For, if they could, the markets would hold each country independently accountable for repayment of their debt and countries like Greece would have to borrow at a premium over Germany.
The interest differential will put pressure on the mismanaged economy to address its fiscal issues. In other words, if the European Union can credibly commit not to bailout countries in distress, then the markets will automatically regulate the level of deficits they can sustain.
Given the recent response to the crisis, credibility has taken a huge hit and consequently the call for greater fiscal union. Regardless of where the debate on fiscal union settles, it should not be used as a pre-condition for addressing the current liquidity crisis. Altering the union treaty requires going down a long and uncertain path and the Euro currently does not have the luxury of time. The recent reference by German chancellor Angela Merkel that the solution to the current crisis will take the form of a 'marathon' is another misreading of the crisis.
Overall, I believe that there is still one last chance to save the Eurozone: One, there remains sufficient support among large swathes of the population in the Eurozone countries to make this work. Two, it is well understood that the costs of a collapse of the Euro will far exceed the Lehman crisis. Three, there are a 'few good men and women' in power to forcefully deal with the crisis and turn things around. But the clock is ticking.
Google Chrome continues to dazzle us at PCMag and that goes for the rest of the Web browsing world as well. Now up to version 17, Chrome remains our Editors' Choice for browsers because it's super-fast and has excellent security, bookmark and preference syncing, and strong support for HTML5. The browser tipped into greatness in late 2009 when it started to support extensions to give it almost unlimited customization.
The Chrome Extensions category of the Google Chrome Web Store has exploded since then, going from 300 to 11,500 in just the first 14 months. Two months ago, the extension gallery got a major facelift. Now, it's even easier to find the best items to install for extra features while surfing (albeit on a never-ending scrolling page full of icons).
We figured, why make you search and search when we can simply tell you what the best are up front? Here's our list of 22 fantastic extensions that all Google Chrome users should know. They'll increase productivity, security, and make the overall experience of using this already-great browser even better. Try them all and if you don't like them, typechrome://extensions into the browser's address bar, which lets you disable or remove all of them. You can also right click an extension's icon to ditch it. Disagree with our list? Have something to add? Tell us about your favorite extensions in the Comments area.
When chemistry professor Daniel Nocera at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology showed that a device the size of a poker card could split water into hydrogen and oxygen, he was merely taking a leaf out of Mother Nature's playbook, except that he called it 'artificial leaf'. Fashioned from silicon, electronics and catalysts, Nocera's leaf mimics photosynthesis. When placed in about three litres of water, this 'leaf' produces a day's supply of electricity to an average home in a developing country. "One can envision villages in India and Africa purchasing an affordable basic power system based on this technology," says Nocera. Ratan Tata believes in the technology and forged a collaboration earlier this year.
Turning the Body's T-cells into Cancer Killers
In the game of one-upmanship that most cancer cells display in the human body.
3 scientific breakthroughs that could change our lives
In the game of one-upmanship that most cancer cells display in the human body, it's unprecedented that the tumours get blown away in a few weeks. So, when scientists at the University of Pennsylvania's Abramson Cancer Center and Perelman School of Medicine found a full year of cancer remission in end-stage Leukemia by using patients' genetically engineered T-cells (the human body's immune system cells) to kill cancerous cells, it was hailed as a milestone. The results not only provide a potential roadmap for other cancers such as ovarian, lung and skin, but also an effective treatment with far fewer side effects than traditional chemotherapy.
Growing bananas, strawberries, yellow peppers and a host of other veggies under the blue and red glow of Light Emitting Diodes (LED) is not the average idea of indoor farming. After all, the greenhouse has been in existence for a long time. A group of Dutch bioengineers at PlantLab believe that the extraordinary pressure on food production requires extraordinary breakthroughs in agriculture. Using LED glow, night and day are simulated and synchronised with the plants' circadian rhythm, often shorter than the 24-hour cycle. With constant temperature and 90 per cent less water, this indoor futuristic farm uses no pesticides and increases crop yield by a factor of three. With shrinking farmland, burgeoning population and uncertain climate, the LEDs might just prove a key technology in increasing food production.
Moscow: Maria Sharapova has committed herself to playing in Russia's Fed Cup first round tie against Spain in February, the world number four said.
"Not sure if everyone knows, but I will be playing Fed Cup for Russia versus Spain after (the Australian Open)," the Florida-based Russian said on her official website (www.mariasharapova.com). "So glad we get to play in Moscow! I will have four weeks in the Australian summer and then a week in the Moscow winter."
Russia host Spain in the Olympic indoor arena on February 4-5. Sharapova has not played for her native country since losing to France's Virginie Razzano in straight sets in the Fed Cup quarter-finals last February before being replaced for the reserse singles the following day.
Russia went on to beat France 3-2, then crushed Italy 5-0 in the semi-finals before losing to the Czech Republic 3-2 in the Moscow final last month.
The Students who secured 224 credits (Cleared all the subjects from 1 to 4 years) can collect the CMM,PC & 4-2 memo's from the respective colleges from Today i.e., 16th June-2011.
Few colleges already received the CMM,PC from JNTU-HYD & few other colleges did not receive them yet, just conform it from your respective colleges.
The students who secured 216 credits (Exception of 1 or 2 subjects) & applied for the undertaking form need to wait for few more days untill JNTU-HYD dispatches the CMM,PC to the respective colleges.
The students who secured 224 credits & who are having 0.15% less for distinction or 1st class or 2nd class can apply for the change in the grade/class in the respective colleges by submitting your required certificates (you can find it in your respective college exam branch).
For the official notification on 0.15% rule check the below link.
The registration procedure for obtaining the original degree certificates from JNTU Hyderabad has been changed from this Convocation (II Convocation) onwards. The candidates have to furnish their particulars including Provisional Certificate (PC) number and the address for correspondence in online mode.
The application fee of Rs. 3500/- (Three Thousand Rupees only) can be paid either by making online Payment (using Master/Visa Credit/ATM cards) or by making the payments at any branch of SBH using the on-line Challan generated by this registration application software. In case the candidate opts for the online challan payment mode and if the payment is not made by the candidate against this challan at any of the SBH bank branches, the registration shall be null and void.
For carrying out the registrations using this application software, the candidates are informed to create their account by furnishing their personal profile. Further the candidates are informed to remember their passwords for any future correspondence or updates. The User name shall be the hall-ticket number of the candidate during the study of the course for which he/she is seeking the Original Degree certificate.
You can find the complete process step wise in the below link , Just click on the link & download the file
STEP 1 : CLICK ON REGISTER (selecting student option)
College code will be on Provisional certificate. It is a two digit code.(ex M2 or L1 etc..)
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REFERENCE FOR PC NUMBER