Surrogate mother is a woman who JUST carries

A surrogate mother is a woman who carries a fetus for someone else, who are not able to give birth physically. The surrogate mother has to surrender the surrogate baby to the couple who have hired her.
Surrogate mother

Modern surrogate involves gestational surrogacy, the couple donate both eggs and sperm. In vitro fertilisation (IVF) is a process by which egg cells are fertilised by sperm outside the body: in vitro. The egg is fertilized in a test tube, and then implanted into the surrogate mother. In this case, the surrogate mother acts almost like an incubator, carrying the child to term for a woman who is unable to do so. Aamir Khan and his wife Kiran Rao have become parents to a baby boy born to a surrogate mother through IVF.

Do a barrel roll : Spin Google

Now you can Spin google search page by typing do a barrel roll
Do a barrel roll

Calcutta University BA BSc BCom result 2011

Calcutta University announces BA BSc BCom result 2011 for General and Hons today.
Students can get results online at :

Living Gold : Golden shower tree

A beautiful yellow flower plant with origin at India, Sri Lanka, Myanmar and Thailand . Scientifically, Cassia fistula, is the national tree of Thailand, and its flower is Thailand's national flower.
golden shower tree Cassia fistula

It is also state flower of Kerala in India. This great plant is used as ornamental plant and is an herbal medicine.

Contraceptive injection for men developed, no need of condoms

A great achievement from IIT is ready to be marketed across the country, eliminating the need for a surgical procedure like vasectomy or using condoms for family planning. Just one injection can keep a man sterile for 10 years. If he decides to change his mind, the process is reversible.
Contraceptive injection for men developed, no need of condoms

 It will be very cheap for Indian males , the ready-to-use injection, which comes with a 10-year guarantee, will cost 250 in India and $500 abroad and can be administered by any medical practitioner.
So, condom barrier is over.

WBCHSE result ( HS result ) 2011: Complete list of website

West Bengal Higher Secondary Examination Results 2011 will be declared shortly on 4th June at 11 AM. wbchse result 2011 or hs result 2011 west bengal or West Bengal 12th Results will be declared on the following websites :
Complete list of website to get wb hs result

Madhyamik Result 2011 : Complete list of websites

West Bengal Board Madhyamik Examination Results
West Bengal Board of Secondary Education (WBBSE) Examination-2011
West Bengal Madhyamik Results 2011 will be published in 27 May, 2011 at 10:00 AM.
Students can check their Madhyamik result online in the following websites listed below:

Congratulation to all pass-outs.

IIT JEE 2011 topper from IIT Madras

IIT JEE 2011 results are declared and available on various websites. A total of 13,104 candidates cleared the IIT-JEE 2010. These students will be eligible for admission in 15 IITs, ISM Dhanbad and IT-BHU. There are 9,509 seats in these institutions.
This year over 4.5 lakh candidates had appeared in IIT JEE examination which was conducted by seven of the IITs .
A. J. Reddy, who appeared in JEE from IIT Madras Zone, topped this year's All India list of successful candidates.

Patna CBSE class 12 result

CBSE class 12 results will be announced Today for all India except Patna . Cbse Rsult for Patna will be announced later on 27 May, 2011 ; Friday. Patna CBSE Students have to wait for few days more .
Patna CBSE 12th Result will Be available at :

150 rupee coin : A tribute to Tagore

Nobel Laureate and India's most prominent poet - 'Kobiguru' Rabindranath Tagore as many know him, completes 150 years in 2011. India’s highest denomination commemorative 150 rupee coin released on 9th may 2010 at new delhi by finance minister Sri Pranab Mukherjee to mark 150th birth-anniversary of Tagore.
150 rupee coin

Rs 10 plastic notes in India
New Ten rupee coin of India

ICSE Results 2011 will be announced soon

ICSE board would announce the ICSE Class 10 result 2011 on May 17, 2011 at 3 PM IST.
The icse 10th result 2011 will be available on the following websites:
Schools will be able to see results through their personalized ID.
ICSE Result 2011 through SMS:
Get results by SMSing to 51818, 56263, 58888, 56677, 56388, 54242. Enter the index number followed by ICSE or ISC in the message box. If your index number is */****/**** then type: ICSE */****/****

Shahrukh Khan: The bad guy in Don 2

shahrukh new look in Don 2

Don 2 stills
Farhan Akhtar directed much awaited movie Don 2 has started shooting with SRK. Shahrukh is a bad guy in the film. The flick also starred Pryanka Chopra, Lara Dutta, Boman Irani.
Here are the first look of Shahrukh for Don2.

ICC World Cup Cricket 2011 Timetable

ICC World Cup Cricket 2011 will be held by in three countries : India, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh from 19th of February to the 2nd of April, 2011.

ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 participating Teams :

Group A – Australia, Pakistan, New Zealand, Sri Lanka, Zimbabwe, Canada and Kenya.
Group B – India, South Africa, England, Bangladesh, West Indies, Netherlands and Ireland.

ICC Cricket World Cup cricket 2011 Schedule / Timetable [ All timing are in IST ]

19 February (14.00) – India vs Bangladesh – Sher-e-Bangla Cricket Stadium, Dhaka
20 February (09.30) – New Zealand vs Kenya – M. A. Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai
20 February (14.30) – Sri Lanka vs Canada – Hambantota International Cricket Stadium, Hambantota
21 February (14.00) – Australia vs Zimbabwe – Sardar Patel Stadium, Ahmedabad
22 February (14.30) – England vs Netherlands – Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium, Nagpur
23 February (14.30) – Pakistan vs Kenya – Hambantota International Cricket Stadium, Hambantota
24 February (14.30) – South Africa vs West Indies – Feroz Shah Kotla, New Delhi
25 February (14.30) – Australia vs New Zealand – Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium, Nagpur
25 February (09.30) – Bangladesh vs Ireland – Sher-e-Bangla Cricket Stadium, Dhaka
26 February (14.30) – Sri Lanka vs Pakistan – R. Premadasa Stadium, Colombo
27 February (14.30) – India vs England – Eden Gardens, Kolkata
28 February (14.30) – West Indies vs Netherlands – Feroz Shah Kotla, New Delhi
28 February (09.30) – Zimbabwe vs Canada – Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium, Nagpur
01 March (14.30) – Sri Lanka vs Kenya – R. Premadasa Stadium, Colombo
02 March (14.30) – England vs Ireland – M. Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bengaluru
03 March (09.30) – South Africa vs Netherlands – Punjab Cricket Association Stadium, Mohali
03 March (14.30) – Pakistan vs Canada – R. Premadasa Stadium, Colombo
04 March (09.30) – New Zealand vs Zimbabwe – Sardar Patel Stadium, Ahmedabad
04 March (14.30) – Bangladesh vs West Indies – Sher-e-Bangla Cricket Stadium, Dhaka
05 March (14.30) – Sri Lanka vs Australia – R. Premadasa Stadium, Colombo
06 March (14.30) – India vs Ireland – M. Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bengaluru
06 March (09.30) – England vs South Africa – M. A. Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai
07 March (14.30) – Kenya vs Canada – Feroz Shah Kotla, New Delhi
08 March (14.30) – Pakistan vs New Zealand – Pallekele International Cricket Stadium, Kandy
09 March (14.30) – India vs Netherlands – Feroz Shah Kotla, New Delhi
10 March (14.30) – Sri Lanka vs Zimbabwe – Pallekele International Cricket Stadium, Kandy
11 March (09.30) – West Indies vs Ireland – Punjab Cricket Association Stadium, Mohali
11 March (14.30) – Bangladesh vs England – Chittagong Divisional Stadium, Chittagong
12 March (14.30) – India vs South Africa – Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium, Nagpur
13 March (09.30) – New Zealand vs Canada – Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai
13 March (14.30) – Australia vs Kenya – M. Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bengaluru
14 March (14.30) – Pakistan vs Zimbabwe – Pallekele International Cricket Stadium, Kandy
14 March (14.30) – Bangladesh vs Netherlands – Chittagong Divisional Stadium, Chittagong
15 March (14.30) – South Africa vs Ireland – Eden Gardens, Kolkata
16 March (14.30) – Australia vs Canada – M. Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bengaluru
17 March (14.30) – England vs West Indies – M. A. Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai
18 March (14.30) – Sri Lanka vs New Zealand – Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai
18 March (09.30) – Ireland vs Netherlands – Eden Gardens, Kolkata
19 March (14.30) – Australia vs Pakistan – R. Premadasa Stadium, Colombo
19 March (09.30) – Bangladesh vs South Africa – Sher-e-Bangla Cricket Stadium, Dhaka
20 March (09:30) – Zimbabwe vs Kenya – Eden Gardens, Kolkata
20 March (14.30) – India vs West Indies – M. A. Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai
23 March (14.30) – First Quarterfinal (Group A1 vs Group B4) – Sher-e-Bangla Cricket Stadium, Dhaka
24 March (14.30) – Second Quarterfinal (Group A2 vs Group B3) – R. Premadasa Stadium, Colombo
25 March (14.30) – Third Quarterfinal (Group A3 vs Group B2) – Sher-e-Bangla Cricket Stadium, Dhaka
26 March (14.30) – Fourth Quarterfinal (Group A4 vs Group B1) – Sardar Patel Stadium, Ahmedabad
29 March (14.30) – First Semifinal (Winner of Match 43 vs Winner of Match 45) – R. Premadasa Stadium, Colombo
30 March (14.30) – Second Semifinal (Winner of Match 44 vs Winner of Match 46) – Punjab Cricket Association Stadium, Mohali
02 April (14.30) – World cup cricket Final 2011 (Winner of Match 47 vs Winner of Match 48) – Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai

How to change operator, Use Mobile Number Portability

Mobile Number Portability
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From Today 20 January, 2010, cellphone users in India, will have the facility to switch operators even while retaining their existing number by virtue of Mobile Number Portability or MNP.
Mobile Number Portability (MNP) allows the subscribers to retain their
existing mobile telephone number when they move from one Access Provider to
another irrespective of the mobile technology or from one cellular mobile
technology to another of the same Access Provider, in a licensed service area.
The facility of retention of existing mobile telephone number despite moving to a
new telecom service provider helps the subscriber maintain contacts with his
friends/clientele. Introduction of MNP also helps in increasing competition
between the service providers and acts as a catalyst for the service providers to
improve their quality of service.
2. Through these regulations, the Authority is laying down the basic business
process framework for implementation of MNP in the country.
i MNP facility shall be available only within a given licensed service
ii A subscriber holding a mobile number is eligible to make a porting
request only after 90 days of the date of activation of his mobile
connection. If a number is already ported once, the number can
again be ported only after 90 days from the date of the previous
iii The subscriber who wishes to port his mobile number should
approach the Recipient operator (the operator to whom the
subscriber wants to port his number). The Subscriber may be
required to pay porting charges, if any, to the Recipient Operator.
iv The subscriber making the porting request is required to have
cleared all the bills issued prior to the date of porting request. He
shall give an undertaking that he has already paid all billed dues to
the Donor Operator as on the date of the request for porting and
that he shall pay dues to the Donor Operator pertaining to the
mobile number till its eventual porting and that he understands and
agrees that in event of non-payment of any such dues to the Donor 3
Operator, the ported mobile number shall be liable to be
disconnected by the Recipient Operator.
v A subscriber may withdraw his porting request within 24 hours of its
submission to the Recipient Operator. However, the porting
charges shall not be refundable.
vi The regulation envisage a maximum time period of 4 days for the
completion of porting process in all licensed service areas except in
the case of J&K, Assam and North East licensed service areas
where the maximum time allowed is 12 days. However, efforts will
be made to further reduce the porting period.
vii Access Providers are required to implement All Call Query method.
viii The Originating operator shall be responsible to route the call to
correct terminating network.

Dipping charge’ means the charge payable by an Access
Provider or an International Long Distance Operator, to the
Mobile Number Portability Service provider for dipping of each
Porting charge’ means such charge as may be payable by the
subscriber to the Recipient Operator, for porting his mobile
The Per Port Transaction charge shall be Rs.19/-(Rs Nineteen

The Dipping charge is left to mutual negotiation between the
telecom service providers and the respective MNP service

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