Aamir Khan Likely To Portray 'Kishore Kumar' In A Biography

Aamir Khan Likely To Portray 'Kishore Kumar' In A BiographyWe are all aware of the unbelievable accomplishments of the legendary Kishore Kumar who became a household name in the 70's and 80's and even today.

Percept Picture, who is making a biographical film on Kishore Kumar, has offered the lead role to Aamir Khan.

Supreme Court Allows 2 part CET For Medical From 2009-10

Supreme Court Allows 2 part CET For Medical From 2009-10The Supreme Court has given nod to the CBSE’s proposal to have multiple choice objective type tests in both the preliminary and final exams for filling up the 15% of the seats of various medical colleges in India that are open to applicants across the country irrespective of their domicile.

A bench of Chief Justice K.G. Balakrishnan and Justice P. Sathasivam permitted the CBSE to implement the new pattern after it confronted problems in the present system of tests.

Arvind Adiga’s Second Novel Nearing Completion

Arvind Adiga’s Second Novel Nearing CompletionArvind Adiga, who recently won the prestigious Booker prize for his debut novel ‘The White Tiger’, is on a roll as he declared that his second novel is nearing completion.

But Adiga, who is 33 years old, didn’t disclose any further details about his upcoming book.

He said, “I like books that have ideas in them and that move and that entertain.”

‘The White Tiger’ is a supreme page turner, highly original in presenting ‘the dark side of India’.

Philippine shares rise 2.61 per cent

Philippine shares rise 2.61 per centManila - Philippine shares

We first look around the nose to recognise a familiar face

Washington, October 21: An American study has revealed that the first two points that people look at to tell whether a face is familiar to them or not are around the nose.

Cognitive Scientists Janet Hui-wen Hsiao and Garrison Cottrell from the Temporal Dynamics of Learning Center at the University of California, San Diego, examined this by showing volunteers frontal-view images of faces, one at a time, and recording their eye movements.

They used an eye tracker to record the movements of the participants, which helped detect where on the faces shown the volunteers looked.

Prime Minister leaves for Japan, China

Prime Minister leaves for Japan, ChinaNew Delhi, Oct 21 : Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh has left on a five-day visit to Japan and China today.

Dr. Singh will be in Japan from October 21 to October 23 for a bilateral visit and will travel to China from October 23 to October 24 for the seventh Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM) Summit.

In Japan, Dr. Singh will meet his Japanese counterpart Taro Aso and hold talks on political, security and economic ties, including a free trade agreement, aiming to expand bilateral strategic relations.