Saturday, October 1, 2011

Central Bank Of India

Central Bank of India Results 2011 – Clerk Final Results declared Check Now: Central Bank Of India has declared clerks final results on 23-08-2011. 

Mommy says no more steamy scenes

After explicit love-making sequences in "Rang Rasiya" and "Sahib Bibi Aur Gangster", Randeep Hooda has acquired quite a reputation for the steamy stuff on screen. 

Money trail still remains a mystery

Delhi Police's chargesheet into the cash-for-vote scam said the then Samajwadi leader Amar Singh had paid Rs 1 crore to the three BJP MPs as an advance from a total of Rs 9 crore offered to them to abstain from voting against the UPA-I in July 2008.

Lokpal talks break down

Negotiations between the government and Team Anna on the Lokpal Bill broke down on Wednesday night with the latter describing the third round of talks as “retrograde.” 

They said social activist Anna Hazare's fast on the Ramlila grounds here — now in its ninth day — would continue until the government agreed to enact a law creating a strong and effective Lokpal during the current session of Parliament. 

Banks witness rising risks from unsecured portfolios

Reserve Bank of India Deputy Governor Anand Sinha on Wednesday said that though bad loans were rising in the system, the central bank did not see it as a systemic risk yet. 

Talking to reporters on the sidelines of FICCI-IBA summit here, he said, “We don't see any systemic risks from the current trend of rising non-performing assets.

Exeter City 1 Liverpool 3: match report

The old maxim goes that you can't put a price on peace of mind. After spending more than £100 million of John Henry's money in the last year, peace of mind is probably the least expected of Kenny Dalglish, and he duly made sure of a comfortable night by watching a strong starting eleven despatch League One Exeter with a degree of comfort. 

Dalglish made his first statement of intent on the team-sheet. This was to be no relaxed run-out for the reserves, but an audition for Liverpool’s A-listers, with Premier League starting berths yet to be nailed down. 

Steve Jobs's Apple resignation letter in full

I have always said if there ever came a day when I could no longer meet my duties and expectations as Apple's CEO, I would be the first to let you know. 

Unfortunately, that day has come. I hereby resign as CEO of Apple. I would like to serve, if the Board sees fit, as Chairman of the Board, director and Apple employee. 

Facebook 'increases teenage drugs and alcohol abuse

It found those who used such sites daily were five times more likely to smoke tobacco as those who did not, three times as likely to drink alcohol and twice as likely to use marijuana. 

The poll of 12 to 17-year-olds Americans, conducted by Columbia University, found 70 per cent of those interviewed said they used social networking sites on a typical day, while 30 per cent did not. 

Many UK areas 'still don't have adequate access to 3G mobile technology'

Researchers discovered that several major towns and cities did not have round-the-clock access to the coverage despite claims that more than 90 per cent of the country was covered. 

The survey, which involved almost 45,000 volunteers downloading a special mobile application, found many areas still had “not spots”. 

Fun ways to improve your mobile signal

A simple method which involves cutting a 20cm piece of insulated wire and wrapping it around a cocktail stick to create a home-made antenna. Strip off a few mms of insulation and remove the rubber plug in the antenna port. 

Wedding was heavenly: Kim

Socialite Kim Kardashian says her wedding to basketball player Kris Humpheries was heavenly. 'It was like we were in heaven.

' quoted Humphries as saying: 'I'm going to remember how perfect it was.' The couple got married in Montecito, California, Aug 20. Wearing a custom-designed Vera Wang ball gown, the 30-year-old said she 'felt like a princess.' 

I have been through heartbreak: Yuvraj Singh talks about Kim

Though he did not take the name of Kim Sharma, Yuvraj Singh has spoken about his heartbreak in Simi Selects India's Most Desirable.