Sunday, 31 May, 2009

Honda Jazz in June 2009

Honda Seil Cars India (HSCI) has announced to launch its hatchback small car Honda Jazz in India by the month of June. The new Honda Jazz comes with a developed 1.2 litre engine for Indian conditions. According to a company official, with the launch of Jazz, HSCI will enter into hatchback category market in India. Honda Jazz is likely to be the most expensive petrol hatchback in Indian market having a price tag of Rs 5.5 lakh.

With the introduction of Jazz, Honda will enter into direct competition with other players in Indian market including Skoda, Tata Motors, Ford and Hyundai. While interacting with the media, the managing director & CEO of HSCI, Masahiro Takedagawa informed that the new car will have all the requisite features that are found in a premium large car. The company claimed that Honda Jazz has been developed to ensure proper legroom and headroom space.

Talking about the engine of Jazz, Takedagawa said that Honda has incorporated a special engine in the car to cater to the Indian conditions. Honda Jazz also comes with a toughened suspension to bear the condition of Indian roads. The car will also use Honda pioneered V-Tec technology for high fuel efficiency. This technology has also been incorporated in Honda City. Other features of Honda Jazz include customized navigation system, in-car entertainment and sporty tyres. The company is also expected to launch a diesel variant of Honda Jazz.

Saturday, 30 May, 2009

T20 World cup time table 2009

ICC T20 World Cup Schedule 2009, ICC Twenty 20 Worldcup TimeTable 2009
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Group A - India, Bangladesh, Ireland
Group B - Pakistan, England, Netherlands
Group C - Australia, Srilanka, WestIndies
Group D - South africa, New Zealand, Scotland
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Matches Timings and Schedule
1st T20 will be played between England v Netherlands on 05, June 2009 in London Day/Night
2nd New Zealand v Scotland on 06, June 2009 in London Day match
3rd Australia v West Indies on 06, June 2009 Day mach in London
4th India v Bangladesh on 06, June 2009 in Nottingham D/N
5th South Africa v Scotland on 07, June 2009 day match in London
6th England v Pakistan on 07, June 2009 D/N match in London
7th Bangladesh v Ireland on 08, June 2009 Day match Nottingham
8th Australia v Sri Lanka on 08, June 2009 D/N in Nottingham
9th Pakistan v Netherlands on 09, June 2009 London day match
10th New Zealand v South Africa on 09, June 2009 D/N in London
11th Sri Lanka v West Indies on 10, June 2009 in Nottingham
12th India v Ireland on 10, June 2009
Super Eight T20 world cup 2009 match schedule and timings
11, June 2009 - D1 v A2 in NottinghamB2 v D2 in Nottingham
12, June 2009 - B2 v D2 in LondonA1 v C1 IN London
13, June 2009 - C1 v D2 in LondonD1 v B1 IN London
14, June 2009 - A2 v C2 in LondonA1 v B2 IN London
15, June 2009 - B2 v C1 in LondonB1 v A2 IN London
16, June 2009 - D1 v C2 in NottinghamD2 v A1 IN Nottingham
Semi Final Matches
18, June 2009 - 1st Semi-Final
19, June 2009 - 2nd Semi-Final
Twenty20 World Cup 2009 – Final on 21, June 2009 London.

Doni's team set for T20 worldcup


Beaming with confidence, Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni on Friday said he was hopeful of retaining the World Twenty20 title with a balanced team having some outstanding talent. Dhoni also said his team was not under pressure as the defending champions as they leave for the second edition of the prestigious event, beginning in England on June 5.

Friday, 29 May, 2009

Indian central ministers by state & party

Andhra Pradesh 6
Assam 2
Bihar 1
Chandigarh 1
Gujarat 3
Haryana 1
Himachal Pradesh 2
Jammu and Kashmir 2
Jharkhand 1
Karnataka 5
Kerala 6
Madhya Pradesh 4
Maharashtra 9
Meghalaya 2
NC Territory of Delhi 3
Orissa 1
Puducherry 1
Punjab 3
Rajasthan 4
Tamil Nadu 9
Uttarakhand 1
Uttar Pradesh 5
West Bengal 8

M.K.Stalin - Deputy CM, Tamilnadu

M.K. Stalin, the popular younger son of Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M. Karunanidhi, was Friday named deputy chief minister in a clear signal that he would get to head the DMK and rule the state at a future date.

With Karunanidhi, one of India's longest surviving politicians, in poor health and confined to the wheelchair, Stalin's elevation had been expected in the DMK for a long time. But it caught most people by surprise Friday.

Wild celebrations erupted outside Stalin's residence in the heart of Chennai after Governor Surjit Singh Barnala issued a statement appointing the 56-year-old as deputy chief minister on the advice of Karunanidhi.

Hundreds of DMK cadres including legislators and MPs, converged at Stalin's residence, presenting him garlands, bouquets and shawls. Some touched his feet in reverence.
Many more people celebrated outside, bursting crackers on the streets. Even some police officers came and shook hands with Stalin.

'We didn't expect the announcement today. It was a surprise,' a DMK leader told IANS.
According to a statement from the governor's office, Stalin, the rural development and local administration minister, will look after the departments of general administration, district revenue offices, industries, minorities welfare, social reforms, passports and special initiatives.
All these were the chief minister's responsibilities until now.

Stalin's elevation comes a day after his elder brother M.K. Azhagiri was sworn in as the central minister for chemicals and fertilisers Thursday in New Delhi. Stalin had attended the event.
DMK insiders and political analysts said Friday's appointment was the clearest indication that Karunanidhi had named his heir apparent and also signalled that he was about to retire from active politics.

Named after Joseph Stalin, the DMK treasurer and youth wing secretary is popularly known as 'thalapathi' or 'commander' by party cadres. He was the mayor of Chennai from 1996 to 2002.
A graduate from the University of Madras, he has been elected to the state assembly four times since 1989 but became a minister only in 2006. He now represents Chennai's Thousand Lights constituency, a DMK bastion that his father represented for a long time.

Stalin took to politics in 1973 and was jailed in 1976-77 under the Maintenance of Internal Security Act (MISA) during the Emergency regime of prime minister Indira Gandhi.

At one point, long-time DMK MP Vaiko was seen as a threat to the political aspirations of Stalin. Once Vaiko left the DMK, Stalin's stature increased dramatically. Stalin, who has a son and a daughter, has acted in television serials.

Thursday, 28 May, 2009

Indian central ministers & their portfolios

Cabinet Ministers:
Pranab Mukherjee: Finance
Sharad Pawar: Agriculture, Food & Civil Supplies, Consumer Affairs & Public Distribution
A K Antony: Defence
P Chidambaram: Home Affairs
Mamata Banerjee: Railways
S M Krishna: External Affairs
Virbhadra Singh: Steel
Vilasrao Deshmukh: Heavy Industries and Public Enterprises
Ghulam Nabi Azad: Health and Family Welfare
Sushil Kumar Shinde: Power
M Veerappa Moily: Law and Justice
Farooq Abdullah: New and Renewable Energy
S Jaipal Reddy: Urban Development
Kamal Nath: Road Transport and Highways
Vayalar Ravi: Overseas Indian Affairs
Meira Kumar: Water Resources
Dayanidhi Maran: Textiles
A Raja: Communications and Information Technology
Murli Deora: Petroleum and Natural Gas
Ambika Soni: Information and Broadcasting
Mallikarjun Kharge: Labour and Employment
Kapil Sibal: Human Resource Development
B K Handique: Mines and Development of North Eastern Region
Anand Sharma: Commerce and Industry
C P Joshi: Rural Development and Panchayati Raj
Selja: Housing and Urban Poverty Alleviation; Tourism
Subodh Kant Sahay: Food Processing Industries
M S Gill: Youth Affairs and Sports
G K Vasan: Shipping
Pawan K Bansal: Parliamentary Affairs
Mukul Wasnik: Social Justice and Empowerment
Kantilal Bhuria: Tribal Affairs
M K Azhagiri: Chemicals and Fertilizers

Ministers of State (Independent Charge)
Praful Patel: Civil Aviation
Prithviraj Chavan: Science and Technology; Earth Sciences and Minister of State in the Prime Minister's Office; Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions and Parliamentary Affairs
Sriprakash Jaiswal: Coal; Statistics and Programme Implementation
Salman Khursheed: Corporate Affairs; Minority Affairs
Dinsha J Patel: Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises
Krishna Tirath: Women and Child Development
Jairam Ramesh: Environment and Forests.

Ministers of State
Srikant Jena: Chemicals and Fertilizers
E. Ahamed Minister : Railways
Mullappally Ramachandran : Home Affairs
V. Narayansamy : Planning, and Parliamentary Affairs
Jyotiraditya Scindia : Commerce and Industry
D.Purandeswari Minister : Human Resource Development
K.H. Muniyappa Minister : Railways
Ajay Maken Minister : Home Affairs
Panabaka Lakshmi : Textiles
Namo Narain Meena : Finance
M.M. Pallam Raju : Defence
Saugata Ray : Urban Development
S.S. Palanimanickam : Finance
Jitin Prasad : Petroleum and Natural Gas
A. Sai Prathap : Steel
Preneet Kaur : External Affairs
Gurdas Kamat : Communications and IT
Harish Rawat : Labour and Employment
K.V. Thomas : Agriculture, and Consumer Affairs, Food & Public Distribution
Bharatsinh Solanki : Power
Mahadev S. Khandela : Road Transport and Highways
Dinesh Trivedi Minister : Health and Family Welfare
Sisir Adhikari : Rural Development
Sultan Ahmed : Tourism
Mukul Roy : Shipping
Mohan Jatua : Information and Broadcasting
D. Napoleon Minister : Social Justice and Empowerment
Dr. S. Jagathrakshakan : Information and Broadcasting
S. Gandhiselvan : Health and Family Welfare
Tusharbhai Chaudhary : Tribal Affairs
Sachin Pilot : Communications and IT
Arun Yadav : Youth Affairs and Sports
Pratik Patil : Heavy Industries and Public Enterprises
R.P.N. Singh : Road Transport and Highways
Shashi Tharoor : External Affairs
Vincent Pala : Water Resources
Pradeep Jain : Rural Development
Agatha Sangma : Rural Development

Monday, 25 May, 2009

Tamil politicians

Jayalalithaa
This former heroine ruled Tamil cinema for a long time. Much in demand for her histrionics, Jaylalithaa starred opposite Sivaji Ganesan and M G Ramachandran in many films.

One of the first Tamil heroines who appeared in skirts on screen, her political initiation happened when M G Ramachandran founded the ADMK and invited her to join the party. Initially she was a member of the committee formed to oversee the mid-day meal scheme in schools. Soon, she was made a Rajya Sabha member and later, propaganda secretary of the party. On MGR?s death in 1987, his wife Janaki became the chief minister. Claiming she was MGR's true heir, Jayalalithaa split the party. In the ensuing Assembly elections, her faction won 23 seats, while Janaki's faction won just one seat. Janaki soon retired from public life, leaving Jayalalitha the undisputed leader of the AIADMK.

In the 1991 elections, the AIADMK entered into a pact with the Congress and riding on the sympathy wave for Rajiv Gandhi who was assassinated by the LTTE, the AIADMK came to power. When the BJP formed government in 1998, Jayalalithaa initially supported the party but later withdrew. However, after she returned to power in Tamil Nadu in 2001, she mended ways with the BJP and was a part of the NDA coalition. At the moment, she is a part of the Third Front. Presently she accepted need of seperate Tamil Eelam.

Karunanidi
Karunanidhi Muthuvel is the Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu. He is one of the founder members of Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam, political party in the state of Tamil Nadu. He is also the head of DMK from the death of C.N. Annadurai in 1969 till date. He has been the Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu five times (1969-71, 1971-74, 1989-91, 1996-2001 and 2006-date).
He holds the record of winning every election that he fought in his political career spanning over 60 years. He led the UPA in Tamil Nadu and Pondicherry to win all the 40 Lok Sabha seats in the 2004 Lok Sabha Elections.
He was born in an Isai Vellalar caste as Dakshinamurthy to Thiru Muthuvelar and Thirumathi Anjugam Ammaiyar on June 3, 1924 at Thirukkuvalai in the Tanjore District, (now Tiruvarur) [Tamil Nadu], India. His mother was a temple dancer. Coming from a humble and poor family the clan of Karunanidhi have made it to the top of Tamilnadu politics.
He took Over as Chief Minister 13 May 2006 after his coalition defeated his main opponent J. Jayalalithaa in the May 2006 elections. He currently represents the constituency of Chepauk in Central Chennai in the Tamil Nadu state Legislative Assembly. He has been elected to the Tamil Nadu Legislative Assembly for 11 times and once to the now abolished Tamil Nadu Legislative Council.

Karunanidhi began his career as a scriptwriter in the Tamil film industry.He is known for his wit and oratorical skills, qualities which helped his rapid rise as a popular politician. He was famous for writing historical and social (reformist) stories which propagated the socialist and rationalist ideals of the Dravidian movement to which he belonged.
Karunanidhi entered politics at the age of 14 inspired listening to a speech by Alagiriswami of the Justice Party by whom he was greatly influenced in 1932 and participated in Anti-Hindi agitations. He founded an organisation for the local youth of his locality. He circulated a hand written newspaper called Manavar Nesan to its members. Later he founded a student organisation called Tamil Nadu Tamil Manavar Manram which was the first student wing of the Dravidan Movement. Karunanidhi involved himself and the student community in social work with other members he would visit the nearby hutments to do all that was possible within his limit. Here he started a newspaper for its members which grew into Murasoli newspaper which is the DMK party's official newspaper.

Karunanidhi has been arrested several times in long political career fighting for public causes this including against price increase, Anti-Hindi Agitation, for Eelam Tamils and other political activities.[citation needed]He has been arrested over 14 times. Even in jail he set up a shadow government, and allocated responsibilities to everyone of his cadres. During his periods in jail (he was incarcerated more than seven times between 1953 and 1965), Karunanidhi read and wrote extensively in prison. Karunanidhi led a struggle in a bid was instrumental in the Kallakudi struggle to rename Dalmiapuram railway Station. Karunanidhi was entrusted with the task of organizing the struggle. The cadres were divided into three batches, and Karunanidhi led the batch which lay down on the railway station, blocking the train by putting his head on the rail and made powerful slogan \"udal mannukku, uyir tamilukku\" (Body to soil and Life to Tamil\") that attracted many to join him. They were promptly arrested, the second group also met the same fate. When the third group lead by Kannadasan took its turn chaos broke, the police resorted to firing leading to the death of two. Karunanidhi was lodged in Thiruchirapalli Central Jail.
Karunanidhi was first elected to the Tamil Nadu assembly in 1957 from the Kulithalai assembly constituency in the Thiruchirapalli district. He became the DMK treasurer in 1961 and deputy leader of opposition in 1962 and when the DMK came to power in 1967, he became the minister for public works. When Annadurai died in 1969. Karunanidhi became the Chief Minister. He has held various positions in the Tamil political scene.
Vaiko
V. Gopalsamy also known as Vaiko, is a prominent politician in Tamil Nadu, in south India. He was born in Kallingappatti, Tirunelveli district in Tamil Nadu in 1944. He is the founder of the MDMK, a political party that espouses the cause of the Tamil people and Tamil nationalism. He is known to be a supporter of the LTTE which is banned as a terrorist organisation in 31 countries including India.as a result he was arrested under the POTA in 2002 and once-again on 23 October 2008 for sedition.He belongs to telugu speaking Kamma caste (Kammavar Naidu).But because the whole south India was clubbed as one region for centuries there were lots of migration from one region to another.His ancestors migrated from Coimbatore to Thirunelveli.

Vaiko was formerly seen as the ideological protege of DMK co-founder and present Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu, M. Karunanidhi. He formed the MDMK in 1993 after he was expelled from the DMK because of his popularity in the party thereby threatening Karunanidhi's son Stalin's position.
He is well-known for his unequivocal support for the banned LTTE and other organizations fighting for a separate Tamil state in Sri Lanka. In 2002, he was arrested by the Government of Tamil Nadu for making a speech supporting the LTTE, under the controversial Prevention of Terrorist Activities Act (POTA) and spent 18 months in prison. The Sri Lankan army commander Lt Gen Sarath Fonseka accused Vaiko of accepting bribes from the LTTE in return for supporting them? If the LTTE is wiped out, those political jokers like (Tamil Nationalist Movement leader) P Nedumaran, Vaiko and whoever who is sympathising with the LTTE will most probably lose their income from the LTTE ?

On March 1, 2009, Sri Lankan soldiers of Army 58 Division, discovered photographs of several South Indian politicians involved in LTTE activities including that of Mr. Gopalsamy, in a building captured from the LTTE. In some of the pictures he had been photographed in LTTE uniform, firing pistols with LTTE leader Velupillai Prabhakaran. The Srilankan army and the Srilankan govt made jokers of themselves by releasing the Photographs as clinching evidence of Mr. Vaiko's clandestine activities with LTTE, since, the same photos were circulated in Tamil Nadu way back in the 1990s itself.
In the following election in 2004, the MDMK split from the BJP-led National Democratic Alliance that it was part of since 1999, and joined a coalition led by the Indian National Congress. After an emphatic win in the polls, and the subsequent repeal of POTA, Vaiko was released from prison. He contested the 2006 assembly elections with All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam led by J. Jayalalitha. But AIADMK alliance lost in the 2006 Assembly elections and Vaiko's party could get only 6 seats.
Officials of the ?Q? Branch of the CID of the Tamil Nadu police arrested the Marumalarchi Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (MDMK) general secretary on charges of sedition. The MDMK presidium chairman and former Union Minister, Kannappan, was also arrested along with Vaiko on the same charges. Both the party leaders were charged under Section 124 (A) IPC (\"Whoever brings or attempts to bring in hatred or contempt or excites disaffection towards the government\") and Section 13 (1) (b) of the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, 1967 (\"Whoever advocates, abets in, advises or incites the commission of any unlawful activity\"). The charges stemmed from speeches Vaiko made at a party meeting on the Sri Lankan issue and the government's raids into LTTE-held areas on October 21. He warned that Indian help to protect Sri Lanka?s integrity would jeopardise India?s own unity and integrity. He also added that he would be ready to take up arms and fight for the Tamils in Lanka. Kannappan, on the other hand, warned the Centre not to force Tamils in Tamil Nadu to struggle for a separate country. A general alert had been sounded across Tamil Nadu following the arrest. TN CM Karunanidhi said the law would take its course in this case, saying that whatever happened had occurred as per the letter and spirit of the law. Conversely, the All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam general secretary Jayalalithaa described both arrests as simple political vendetta. After 14 days in judicial custody Vaiko and Kannappan, arrested on charges of sedition on October 23, were released by a chennai city court following the Tamil Nadu Government's submission that investigations into the charges against them were complete and there was no need for a further remand.
He ran a blood donors club which is run by the MDMK party with the name 'Blood Donors' Club'. Till date, more than 80,000 units of blood has been donated to the poor people.He launched a 3 day 'Tank Desilting Program' in his Village, with the participation of villagers. Along with the villagers, he took clay soil in baskets and loaded it in tractors when the work began under the scorching sun. He has undergone a month long padayatra in Tamil Nadu, to establish communal harmony, to prevent caste clashes and to create awakening for the interlinking of inter state rivers in India. He has conducted free medical camps for physically challenged for years and has been instrumental in bringing a welcome change to their lives.
Vijayakanth
Vijayakanth (Tamil: விஜயகாந்த்) (born Vijayaraj Azhagarswami on August 25, 1952 in Madurai, Tamil Nadu, India) is a Tamil film actor and politician in Tamil Nadu, India. He is the founder of the Desiya Murpokku Dravida Kazhagam and a Member of Legislative Assembly representing Virudhachalam, Tamil Nadu, India.







Ramdoss
Dr. S. Ramdoss is the founder and president of the Pattali Makkal Katchi (PMK) Indian political party. Ramdoss had earlier worked intensively with the Vanniyar Sangham (Vanniyar Union).He fought for the Reservation for the Most backward community, and it was his initiative which created a new category MBC.
He is giving more importance for the Vanniar people. To improve them, he is currently building an University by Vanniar Trust at Koneri Kuppam near Tindivanam. Free coach is being given for the students who prepare for IAS and IPS courses. He is playing an important role in developing vanniar people and the same time nowadays they are allowing other people too.

After the formation of PMK, and under the leadership of Ramadoss, PMK was able to obtain a significant share of power both in the regional government in Tamil Nadu and the central government, primarily due to coalition pressures.Ramadoss's son, Dr. Anbumani Ramadoss, is the Health Minister in the Government of India.

Why only Kosova not for tamil Eelam


Friday, 22 May, 2009

Wll be equal rights their for Tamilians ??


Tamilians are spreaded in coastal area.

Will be their equal rights given to them?

India has confirmed to help for re-structuring,

we will hope those funds are properly used.

Pic shows the Tamilians spread.

These people should be treated equally.

They should be shared in power.

These changes will not be done by Lankans

unless their is stress from rest of the world.

We will pray for them.

Wish this should be real


Pic from Nakeeran magazine

Wednesday, 20 May, 2009

Indian Loksabha Election 2009

லோக்சபா தேர்தல் முடிவுகள் - 2009

ஐக்கிய முற்போக்கு கூட்டணி கட்சி - 262

இந்திய தேசிய காங்கிரஸ் - 206
திராவிட முன்னேற்ற கழகம் - 18
தேசியவாத காங்கிரஸ் - 9
திரிணமூல் காங்கிரஸ் - 19
விடுதலை சிறுத்தைகள் - 1
இந்திய யூனியன் முஸ்லிம் லீக் - 2
ஜார்கண்ட் முக்தி மோட்ச்சா - 2

தேசிய ஜனநாயக கூட்டணி கட்சி - 157

பாரதிய ஜனதா கட்சி - 116
அகாலி தளம் - 4
அசாம் கண பரிஷத் - 1
சிவ‌சேனா - 11
தெலுங்கானா ராஷ்டிரிய சமிதி - 1

மூன்றாவது அணி கட்சி - 59

அண்ணா திராவிட முன்னேற்ற கழகம் - 9
இந்திய கம்யூனிஸ்ட் - 4
மார்க்சிஸட் கம்யூனிஸ்ட் கட்சி - 16
பிஜு ஜனதா தளம் - 13
பாட்டாளி மக்கள் கட்சி - 0
மறுமலர்ச்சி திராவிட முன்னேற்ற கழகம் - 1
தெலுங்கு தேசம் - 6

தனித்து நிற்கும் கட்சிகள் - 65

பகுஜன் - 21
சமாஜ்வாடி - 23
ராஷ்டிரிய ஜனதா தளம் - 4

Lok Sabha Election 2009 : - 543/543

UPA - 262
NDA - 157
Third Front - 80
Fourth Front - 27
Others - 17

Details on parties

UPA: CONG - 206, DMK - 18, NCP - 9, TC - 19, JMM - 2, NC - 3, Others - 5, Total - 262.
NDA: BJP - 116, JD(U) - 20, SS - 11, SAD - 4, AGP - 1, RLD - 5, Total - 157.
Third Front:
Left-22 , BSP - 21, JD(S) - 3, AIADMK - 9, TDP - 6, TRS - 2, BJD - 14,Others - 3, Total - 80.
Fourth Front: SP - 23, RJD - 4, Total - 27
Other Parties: 17

Final pic of the Tiger


Prabaharan's photo exposed by Srilankan after his death.






Tuesday, 19 May, 2009

25 yrs of war came to end today

Prabaharan the legend, warrior had been confirmed as death today by Srilankan army.

Video & photo are shared to the world. Still hope is thier, he be alive & news will be false.
His commitment towards seperate country for Tamilians in Srilanka is extrodinary. He developed his own Government in Mullai island & has latest technology to drive. He developed army, navel & airforce too for protect his people. Atlast all hard work came to an end & who will give equal rights to Tamilians in Srilanka??

Some of his persnol pics are attached.

















1st - With his wife
2nd - During his marriage
3rd - With his family