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Sunday, May 31, 2015


By on Sunday, May 31, 2015
How do you like your eggs? 

I finally managed to make perfect soft boiled eggs three times in a row!
Maybe it’s pretty basic for everyone else, but over the years I’ve tried so many different methods and none of them have ever been reliable. I gave upon them for years till I tried the Lifehacker method.
Yay for dippy cup eggs! (I skipped the dippy cup this morning. I didn't have time for that.)

Ned Buntline-- history, photo and story

By on Sunday, May 31, 2015
Born Edward Zane Carroll Judson
March 20, 1821/1823
Ned Buntline
Harpersfield, New York, USA
Died July 18, 1886 (aged 63–65)
Stamford, New York
Occupation Dime novelist; Author
Spouse Seberina Escudero, Annie Abigail Bennett, Marie Gardiner, Katharine Myers Aitchison, Lovanche L. Swart, Anna Fuller
Children Mary Carrolita Briggs, Irene Elizabeth Brush, Alexander McClintock, Edwardina McCormick, Irene A. Judson, Edward Z. C. Judson, Jr.
Edward Zane Carroll Judson, Sr. (March 20, 1821/1823 – July 16, 1886), known as E. Z. C. Judson and by his pseudonym Ned Buntline, was an American publisher, journalist, writer, and publicist. In his largely fictionalized biography, Wyatt Earp: Frontier Marshal, author Stuart Lake credits Buntline with having commissioned from Colt's Manufacturing Company a Colt Buntline Special that he gave to Wyatt Earp and four other famous Western lawmen in thanks for their help with contributing “local color” to his many dozens of western yarns. But modern researchers have not found any supporting evidence of the gun's existence prior to the publication of Lake's book from secondary sources or in available primary documentation.
Naval and military experience
In November 1834, Edward Judson ran away to sea as a cabin boy and the next year shipped on board a Navy ship. A number of years later he rescued the crew of a boat that had been run down by a Fulton Ferry in New York's East River. As a result, he received a commission as midshipman in the Navy from U.S. President Van Buren on February 10, 1838, and was assigned to the USS Levant. He later served on the USS Constellation and the USS Boston.

As a seaman, he served in the Seminole Wars, though he saw little combat. After four years at sea, he resigned. During the Civil War, he served as an enlisted man in the 1st New York Mounted Rifles and rose to the rank of sergeant before he was dishonorably discharged for drunkenness.
Judson's first literary efforts began with a story of adventure in the Knickerbocker in 1838. He spent several years in the east starting up newspapers and story papers, only to have most of them fail. An early success that helped launch his fame was a gritty serial story of the Bowery and slums of New York City titled The Mysteries and Miseries of New York. He was an opinionated man, and strongly advocated nativism and temperance; he also became a leader in the Know Nothing movement. In 1844, he adopted the pen name "Ned Buntline" (buntline being the nautical term for a rope at the bottom of a square sail).

In 1845, Buntline's Cincinnati venture Western Literary Journal and Monthly Magazine was facing bankruptcy, and he fled from Ohio. In Eddyville, Kentucky, he collected a $600 bounty for single-handedly capturing two murderers. He moved on to Nashville, Tennessee and used the money to start his own magazine, Ned Buntline's Own.

Buntline had a romance with the teenaged wife of Robert Porterfield in Nashville in 1846. On 14 March 1846, Porterfield challenged Buntline to a duel, and Buntline killed him. At Buntline's murder trial, Porterfield's brother shot and wounded him. This allowed Buntline to escape in the chaos. He was subsequently captured by a lynch mob and hanged from an awning. He was rescued by friends, and the Tennessee grand jury refused to indict him for murder. He moved Ned Buntline's Own to New York City in 1848.

He was one of the instigators of the Astor Place Riot through his columns and his association with New York City's notorious gangs of the early 19th century. That riot left twenty-three people dead, and he was sentenced to a $250 fine and a year's imprisonment in September 1849. After his release, he devoted himself to writing sensational stories for weekly newspapers, and his income from this source is said to have amounted to $20,000 a year. He was later involved in a nativist riot in St. Louis, while he was a member of the Know Nothing Party.

Although a heavy drinker, he traveled around the country giving lectures about temperance, and was an ardent Republican until the election of 1884, when he refused to support James G. Blaine. It was on one of his temperance lecture tours that he encountered William F. Cody.

Saturday, May 30, 2015

World No Tobacco Day march by NCC cadets

By on Saturday, May 30, 2015
19, UP girls battalion NCC cadets march on World No Tobacco Day at Lucknow-- Photo by, PRIYA BHATT 
31 May 2015, THE BUNT LINE:NCC CADETS, 19 UP Girls battalion, pre-evening of World No Tobacco Day, marched a parade for public awakening on Saturday. The cadets were the students of Navyug Kanya Mahavidyalaya, Lucknow, and the rally was flagged off by the college principal, Neerja Gupta. The team leader was Major Dr. Manmeet Sodhi. The students were chanting slogans -- Cigarette Pi Kar Khas Raha Hai, Maut Ke Aage Nach Raha Hai. (smoking cigarette the men are coughing, they are dancing before the coming death )
Tambako Utpado Ka Sevan, Nust Kare Jivan.(consuming the product of tobacco: ruins the life!)
Dhumrapan Chhodo, Zindagi Se Naata Jodo.( give up the smoking, add with the life!)
Bhale Kam Se Muh Mat Modo, Dhumrapan Ki Aadt Chhodo. (don't forbid to face the  good work; give up the smoking)


By on Saturday, May 30, 2015

29 MAY 2015, THE BUNT LINE: 'Big-B Amitabh Bachchan and his family invested $7.1 crore in File Sharing Portal, jihu.com'. An executive of company told here on Wednesday. The owner of company Venkat Sri Niwas Mianwali released an statement, 'I am very happy that Amitabh Bachchan has relied a confidence in jihu.com'. The portal is operated by Meridian Tech Private Limited. The company provides free Cloud Storage service, and works  for e-distribution as well as in the field of micro payments
 According portal report, the statistics shows  that  the 1.2 million page views of audiences are so far, and 225 countries entry is 30 crore times viewers log on pages every month.

Friday, May 29, 2015

Rahul addressed at NSUI

By on Friday, May 29, 2015
PM yet has not gone any farmers home:Rahul at  NSUI

29 ,May 2015/ the bunt line
Congress Vice president, Mr. Rahul Gandhi, was participating in the organized programme by NSUI. Mr.Gandhi criticised here the prime minister Narendra Modi.  
He said, " Dr. Manmohan Singh,  our former Prime Minister, had said, 'the current economy was declining'"; the Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, on Wednesday attended Mr.Singh's class for one hour. Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, met with Dr. Manmohan Singh on Wednesday.
Congress Vice president added that nothing would  result there with the  'Make-in-India' ; it would scrutinize the Zero. It needed to boost the potential and confidence for people in India. The government planned to support two or three companies, and would grant  them fund; but it would result nothing. whether anybody was employed within a year?
Mr. Rahul said, " Everything is being operated by one man. When you see, you will get the talk of one man".  Modi visited France, US,China, Mongolia;  yet has not gone any farmers home.
Rahul said, "The department of education is in grip of RSS; the RSS' views are guiding government." He appealed the NSUI leaders and the workers, " The branch of RSS is sprouted wherever, the congress must reach there."
I have observed during the  parliament session that Mr. Advani was tightlipped; and everyone in BJP was speaking only one talk. There were no internal dialogue in the party; they would eliminate the culture of internal dialogue in the country.

Thursday, May 28, 2015


By on Thursday, May 28, 2015

The Best Before-Bed Yoga Sequence For Slumber

Legs Up the Wall
Legs Up the Wall will instill a sense of calmness in your whole body, and it will also relieve aches and pains from a sore lower back or tight hamstrings:
  • Once you've come out of Bridge Pose, sit up and place a folded bolster, blanket, or pillow against a wall.
  • Sit down as close as you can to the wall, next to the blanket. Lie down on your back, place your feet on the wall with your knees bent, and scoot your body over so that your bottom and lower back are on the blanket.
  • Sit with your bottom touching the wall, and then place your feet straight up, resting your heels on the wall. You can keep your arms by your sides, or by your head (this position will stretch your shoulders).
  • Close you eyes and allow your entire body to relax, feeling gravity pulling you down as the wall and blanket support you.
  • Hold for 30 seconds, then roll your body over to one side with your knees bent, and rest your head on the inside of your arm, staying like this in fetal position for a minute or so. Then you can roll up onto your knees and come to stand up.

Bridge Pose
Bridge Pose is an ideal inversion to try out before bed:
  • From Head to Knee Pose A, lie flat on your back with your arms along the sides of your body, with your palms facing down. Bend your knees, placing your heels as close as you can to your bum.
  • With your palms and feet pressing firmly into the ground, lift your hips up. Keep your palms on the mat or clasp your hands together below your pelvis, extending through your arms. Or you can also bend your elbows and rest your hands on your lower back. If your feet are close enough, you can also hold your ankles.
  • Stay here for 10 deep breaths, lifting your hips as high as you can.

Butterfly Pose
The introspective Butterfly Pose gives your hips some love:
  • From Wide-Legged Forward Bend C, sit on the floor, bend both knees, and bring your feet together. Using your hands, open your feet up like a book, pressing your knees toward the floor with your elbows. If you want more of a stretch, extend your arms out in front of you.
  • Stay here for 10 breaths

Child's Pose
Start off your bedtime practice by cooling off in Balasana:
  • Kneel on your mat with your knees hips-width distance apart and your big toes touching behind you. Take a deep breath in and, as you exhale, lay your torso over your thighs. Try to lengthen your neck and spine by drawing your ribs away from your tailbone and the crown of your head away from your shoulders.
  • Rest your arms beside your legs, with palms facing up, or try extending your arms out in front of you.
  • Stay here for 10 breaths.

Head to Knee Pose A
Head to Knee Pose A gives your sides an amazing stretch. This is my favorite pose to practice before bed:
  • Come up slowly from Seated Straddle, and bring your both your legs straight out in front of you. Shake them out for a moment.
  • Bend your right knee, and place the sole of your foot against your inner thigh, pulling your heel as close to your body as you can.
  • Inhale to sit up tall, and exhale as you fold your torso over your left leg. Rest your hands on the floor on either side of your leg, place them on your shin, or wrap your hands around your left foot.
  • Stay here for 10 breaths, sit up, and repeat this pose on the left side

Seated Straddle
Seated Straddle is an active pose, but it will also prep your body for sleep:
  • From Butterfly Pose, allow your legs to straighten out into a straddle position with three to four feet between your heels.
  • Make sure your toes and knees are pointing straight up. Sit with a tall spine or slowly fold forward at your hips, pressing your belly button and chest forward to prevent your back from rounding.
  • Either support the weight of your torso with your hands on your legs or feet, or rest them out in front of you.
  • Hold for 10 breaths.

Standing Forward Bend
Standing Forward Bend will feel like all the stress is pouring out of the top of your head:
  • Stand at the top of your mat in Mountain Pose at the front of your mat. Inhale and reach your arms straight above you.
  • As you exhale, engage your abs and fold forward with a straight back. Tuck your chin in toward your chest, relax your shoulders, and extend the crown of the head toward the floor to create a long spine. Shift your weight forward onto your toes, straightening the legs as much as possible. Place your hands on the ground, fingertips lining up with the toes.
  • Hold here for 10 breaths.

Wide-Legged Forward Bend C is another relaxing pose that will loosen up your shoulders and help you destress before bed:
  • From Standing Forward Bend, slowly roll up vertebrae by vertebrae until you're standing at the top of your mat.
  • Stand with your feet three to four feet apart, placing your heels slightly wider than your toes.
  • Bring your arms behind your back, clasping your fingers and pressing the heels of your palms together in a fist.
  • Fold forward, hinging at your hips, drawing the crown of your head and your hands toward the floor. Relax your toes, and try to shift the weight of your hips forward so they're in line with your feet.
  • Stay here for 10 deep breaths. Then press into your feet, engage your quads, and inhale as you stand up.
Yoga before bed can be some of your best defense against insomnia. By calming down your body and your mind, you're putting yourself in a better position for sweet and restful slumber. Ready to get to bed? This yoga sequence will save the day.

Healthy Recipes

By on Thursday, May 28, 2015

Dip Homemade Chips Into Tangy Greek Yogurt Onion Dip

 For a healthier take on classic onion dip, try this version that's made with Greek yogurt. Traditionally served with greasy potato chips, this recipe calls for homemade baked chips — at a fraction of the fat. These crisp, cracked-pepper chips are worth the cook time, and the dip can be made the night before your event.


By on Thursday, May 28, 2015
Two More Farmer offered their Lives to Debt 
Mathura Prasad Verma, 62, of Narayanpur Barausa village under Jaisinghpur police station of Sultanpur district set himself on fire on Sunday.
His family members took him to a nearby hospital where he was declared brought dead by doctors. His wife Shashikala told newspersons that her husband was disillusioned after the destruction of his wheat crop due to recent erratic weather. 
“We had got hardly any harvest out of the 2.5 bighas of our land. He was very upset after that and kept saying that it would be tough to survive this year,” she said.

“The bank loan of about Rs 1.50 lakh was also hurting him. Local authorities were yet to assess the loss we incurred and provide us compensation.” 
Area’s Sub-Divisional Magistrate Shiv Bahadur said: “The reason of his suicide is yet to be ascertained. A probe is going on in the case.” 


A farmer, Barsati, 50, committed suicide by hanging himself on Tuesday at Barabanki district of Uttar Pradesh .
Barsati, a resident of Belhara (Tiwaripur, Bhitariya) under Barabanki district was a cultivator of 16 Bigha land with his father, Jagat Narain; brothers, Devta din and Shivkumar. 
They had planted the crop of wheat which was ruined after a rainfall and hailstorm. The family had a debt blow. 
The family members of the deceased have alleged that he took such drastic step after a wrangling with Lekhpal. According to source, the farmer went to receive a  bank cheque of crop loss from Fatehpur Tehsil where he and Lekhpal both entangled in the quarrel.
 Barsati returned blank without any cheque. Till the late time he was sat outside of home; then he went to the upper room. After abiding the time the family member approached there; found him hanged. 
A suicide note was recovered from the spot. The police and the officers of Tehsil both on information reached there. The police took the body in custody and sent it for post-mortem.


Wednesday, May 27, 2015

West Ham Qualify For Europa League

By on Wednesday, May 27, 2015
       West Ham Qualify For Europa League

The Hammers will be one of 104 teams in the first qualifying round, which begins on 2 July, and must win through four rounds to reach the group stage.
Joint-chairmen David Sullivan and David Gold said: "Starting in early July will bring its challenges.

People of Amethi hugged Family On Blank Promise:IRANI

By on Wednesday, May 27, 2015


Smriti Irani, Minister of Human Resource& Development, addressing a


Minister of Human Resource and Development, Smriti Irani, on Tuesday criticised the family of Gandhi, Nehru, including MP, Rahul Gandhi, and said, " The people of Amethi have hugged this family on the blank promise so far; the time has come when they will sight here the development work."

Maternal Grand Father and Mother's mother both had said, and Rahul is also promising. The trilogy have promised; but the people of Raebareli were not able the looking of railway line. "Now we will begin shortly the work", She said. 
The minister, Smriti Irani, the wife of top businessmen, Zubin Irani, paid instalments under Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojna for the 25000 people of Amethi; and the 5000, from Salone, a town area of Raebareli fall under Amethi parliamentary seat. 
She declared to pay the first instalment from her own account till next Diwali; so that she would add the 25000 women, including Anganwadi activist, under Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan yojna. 
Central Minister said When she came to Amethi on 12 of May, she was informed about the problem of fertilizer to the farmers. The farmers were supplied the fertilizers. Her programme were scheduled on Navin Mandi Sthal, but the administration didn't allow to organise there;  so its venue was relocated at Janta Cold Storage. 
On asking by correspondent, about the attitude of state government, she responded,''The state Government and the MP both are in fear with our access to Amethi."      

Tuesday, May 26, 2015


By on Tuesday, May 26, 2015
महादेवी वर्मा
Born 26 March 1907
Farrukhabad, Farrukhabad District, Uttar Pradesh, British India
Died 11 September 1987 (aged 80)
Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh, India
Occupation Writer, poet, Freedom Fighter, Woman's Activist, Educationist
Nationality Indian
Ethnicity Orthodox Hindu
Citizenship Indian
Education MA Sanskrit Allahabad University
Alma mater Crosthwaite Girls School, Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh
Period Early 20th Century
Genre Poetry, literature
Literary movement Chhayavaad
Notable awards 1979: Sahitya Akademi Fellowship
1982: Jnanpith Award
1956: Padma Bhushan
1988: Padma Vibhushan
Spouse Dr Swarup Narayan Vin 1988.[3]
Mahadevi Varma (Hindi: महादेवी वर्मा) best known as an outstanding Hindi poet, and was a freedom fighter, woman's activist and educationist from India. She is widely regarded as the "modern Meera".[1] She was a major poet of the Chhayavaad generation, a period of romanticism in Modern Hindi poetry ranging from 1914–1938. With passage of time, her limited but outstanding prose has been recognised as unique in Hindi Literature. She was a prominent poet in Hindi Kavi sammelans (Gatherings of poets).

She was the Principal, and then the Vice-Chancellor of Prayag Mahila Vidyapeeth, a woman's residential college in Allahabad. She was awarded India's highest literary award, for lifetime achievement, the Sahitya Akademi Fellowship in 1979, followed by the Jnanpith Award in 1982.[2] She was the recipient of the Padma Vibhushan, India's second-highest civilian award, Mahadevi Verma


By on Tuesday, May 26, 2015

Monday, May 25, 2015

Prime Minister in Mathura Addressing Mega Rally

By on Monday, May 25, 2015

Government working for welfare of poor; Issue of farmers' suicide must not be politicized

25 May 2015
Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressing a rally in Mathura U.P.
Narendra Modi
04:32 PM
It is my privilege that I am able to come to this sacred place (Mathura) and offer my tributes.

04:37 PM
PM Narendra If anybody wants to know more about rural development, environment, how to empower women, focus on education, they should come here (Mathura).

04:52 PM
PM Narendra Modi addressing a rally in Mathura
Deendayal Upadhyay's vision shaped India, says PM Modi
Prime Minister Narendra Modi kicks off one year celebrations of NDA government by addressing a mega rally in Mathura

04:56 PM
Shri Krishna ji ka sandesh tha 'Karma karte raho', Pt. Deendayal ji ka sandesh tha 'na thako, na jhuko, na ruko, chalte hi raho': PM Modi

04:57 PM
In a small village here Pandit Deendayal was born. His message was — do not get tired, do not stop, do not bend ... only keep working: PM Modi

04:58 PM
This government is for the poor, working for the welfare of the poor
PM Narendra Modi

04:59 PM
A year ago you made a decision, after 30 years you elected a govt with a clear majority. Today this government completes one year: PM Modi

05:00 PM
We must mark 1st anniversary of our Govt at birthplace of great leader(Pt. Deendayal) who dedicated his entire life for welfare of people: PM Modi

05:02 PM
Thoughts of three leaders shaped us in the last several years,those of Mahatma Gandhi ji, Lohia ji & Deendayal ji
PM Narendra Modi

05:05 PM
PM Modi addressing rally in Mathura

05:13 PM
I did not give guarantee of 'Acche Din' for those who looted the nation for years. Your money can't be looted by anyone: PM Narendra Modi

05:16 PM
PM Modi addresses rally in Mathura
It's been 60 years, more than 3 lakh farmers have committed suicide, I'm not here to discuss who's responsible for that: PM Narendra Modi

05:18 PM
We have thought about soil health cards for the farmers, they will know about the condition of the land through it: PM Modi

05:20 PM
We want to give our farmers irrigation and power facilities: PM Narendra Modi

05:21 PM
Have you heard about any scams, any nepotism, any remote control in the last year? PM Narendra Modi in Mathura

05:22 PM
These were the people who ruled for 60 years. These power circles are history now, there is no place for such people: PM Modi

05:23 PM
We opened bank accounts for the poor. The poor were not given the opportunity to enter the banks for so many years: PM Narendra Modi

05:25 PM
Issue of farmers' suicide must not be politicized,we must look into why farmers are unhappy after 60 years of independence: PM Modi

05:27 PM
Govt working for the welfare of poor: PM Modi
PM Narendra Modi
During last elections, I had said that if I had my way, I would end one law every day. In the coming days, 1300 laws will be abolished: PM Narendra Modi

05:31 PM
There were so many people who never got pension. Ours is a govt dedicated to the poor and we have decided to give adequate pension to them

05:33 PM
Railways & roadways ministries were constantly at logger heads; we have made the processes seamless now
PM Narendra Modi

05:34 PM
Now there is a unique identity number, so whenever you quit a job, unique ID number is transferred – and so is the money: PM Modi

05:35 PM
We want to create an environment where there is a sense of social security among the people, we have introduced Atal pension yojana: PM Modi

05:36 PM
Did you ever imagine that a farmer in our nation could get pension after 60 years?: PM Modi

05:37 PM
Now the world is trusting India and this is bringing investment in India: PM Narendra Modi

05:38 PM
If India has to fight poverty, the youth of the nation must get employment opportunities: PM Narendra Modi

05:41 PM
Stopped loot of gas subsidy: PM Modi
Big corporates don't generate a lot of employment. It is the small traders, businessmen who provide the maximum employment: PM Narendra Modi

05:42 PM
There are small traders who sell vegetables, milk, newspapers, have small industries, they employ 12 crore people of the nation: PM Modi

05:47 PM
Issue of farmers' suicide must not be politicized: PM Modi
We will get rid of poverty, make our nation economically stronger, make our nation proud globally : PM Narendra Modi

PM Narendra Modi concludes his speech with chants of 'Bharat Mata Ki Jai'

Sunday, May 24, 2015


By on Sunday, May 24, 2015

See how pretty and pure Katrina looks in this picture. It obviously puts the question in our mind “Why at all these actresses use all the grease paint and encapsulate their true beauty?”
Date of Birth16 july 1984, Hong Kong
Height5' 8" (1.73 m)

Katrina Kaif is one of eight siblings, all girls, from a mother who is a Caucasian of British Nationality, and a father who was formerly from Kashmir, India, but who has since acquired British citizenship. Her mother is now re-settled in Chennai (formerly known as Madras), the Capital of the state of Tamil Nadu in India.

She spent subsequent years in Hawaii, and then in London, Britain, She started modeling accidentally when she was in Hawaii at the tender age of 14, when she was approached for a jewelry campaign. Thereafter she continued modeling in London.

Continuing to model was the reason she got her break in a Bollywood movie 'Boom' offered by none other than film-maker Kaizad Gustad.

She was flooded with modeling assignments the minute she set her foot on Indian soil, especially with her innocent expressive face, hour-glass figure, and drop-dead gorgeous looks.

Professionally she started off as a model with photographer Atul Kasbekar, and upon being accepted, she received offers from LG, Cola, Fevicol, Lakme, & Veet. It was the Lakme commercial that got her noticed. She retained Matrix as her Manager to accept work on her behalf and at the price she deserved.

Moving to different culture and country was not much of a culture shock for her, as she states that no matter where you come from, the bottom line is that everyone wants to be loved, respected, and cared for.

Despite of her positive attitude, she had been stereotyped as "Indian" by extreme right-wingers in Britain who made it clear that she did not quite fit-in with their "Blonde" Caucasian culture; while on the other hand in India itself she had been ranked as an 'outsider' very much like Sonia Gandhi.

Unlike other artistes from foreign lands, Katrina did not experience any difficulties in getting a visa nor of getting it extended in India.

Although linguistically challenged, Katrina puts on a bold face and states that other Bollywood artistes like Sridevi, who did not know Hindi, did get offers from Bollywood film-makers, and

she is no different. She has taken Hindi and dancing lessons to fit in with the Bollywood culture. She likes to display a picture of her learning Kathak dancing where she used to dance 7 hours a day non-stop.

Adorned with soft gorgeous looks, she is not easily intimidated, but admits that she is very emotional, sensitive, and concerned about her privacy, Almost an incurable romantic, she prefers to wear comfortable non-revealing clothes when at home, hates to do her hair, and above all dislikes make-up. Admitting to being lonely in the beginning, but now has several friends who she can hang out with.

Although her first movie 'Boom' was panned by the critics and shunned by the audiences, two other Telugu movies 'Malliswari' and 'Pidugu' did get her noticed. She grossed 70 Lakh Rupees for 'Malliswari' - making her top the list of the highest paid actresses during a South Indian movie debut.

Not done with South Indian movies, she has been signed in a Tamil movie 'Bheema' opposite National Award Winner Vikram.

She has received decent reviews for her part in "Maine Pyar Kyon Kiya", as well as a brief appearance in 'Sarkar'.

Katrina had made Mumbai her base, didn't mind singing and dancing around trees and as a result is now one of the biggest mega-stars, perhaps one of the highest paid female-lead actresses in Bollywood, and a crowd-puller whenever she makes an appearance for a live song and dance number.


By on Sunday, May 24, 2015


NEW DELHI, 23 May 2015: "The Central Minister, Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi's statement, " The peoples who cannot live without eating beef can go Pakistan" became the point of discord.
 The JD U leader, KC Tyagi, said that the statement made by Mr Naqvi is anti-national. He must apologise for it.
 Mr Santa Ram Naik, Congress leader, said that all organisations associated with the BJP have intended that every minority persons in India should go to Pakistan. It is in their policies. AGP leader, Durga Das Bodo, said on the statement of Mr Naqvi, ''India is secular country. The such statement is absurd." 
 Mr Mukesh Bhatt, filmmaker, said, ''How can you think such a way. The statement by the minister is absolutely absurd.''.
 Raja Murad, actor, said, ''we need not to prove incessantly that we are pro with the country;  We need not anybody's kindness of, or recommendation for, or certificate by, residing in this country.
The Finance Minister, Arun Jaitley, expressed his disagreement with Mr Naqvi, said that the person must have care his responsibilities. He further added, ''The person should know his responsibilities. Even the PM has repeatedly said this."
 In the defensive mood Mr Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi said that the beef eaters cannot hurt the faith of majority. There is no dispute on the issue:  if a man talks about the cows, the millions people respect;  they worship; they call it cow mother.
He added, '' I am a muslim. If any one says in my area that he will sell there the bacon, I will say nothing; but all the muslim there will throw him out. There is the ban on the bacon in Islam so it will not be sold, or seen there. the majority of people have faith in cows;  they worship it; and how can you expect to butcher fore them, and frame it in the law.