Showing posts from May, 2013

NIIT revolutionary ‘Cloud Campus’ to create new-age skills

To offer around 100 courses under the Cloud Campus, across 300 locations by end of 2013 ; to reach over 5,00,000 students by 2014
NIIT Limited, leading Global Talent Development Corporation and Asia’s largest IT trainer, has announced a breakthrough initiative ‘Cloud Campus’, for redefining the education landscape by making available new-age skills, to students across the breadth of the country.
NIIT Cloud Campus harnesses the power of Cloud technology to provide unique features – such as
·Cloud Classroom – where students can interact and learn from not only the at-location faculty, but more importantly from expert faculty from wherever they are. ·Cloud Courseware – the digital and dynamic courseware enables students to make notes, highlight and review at their convenience. ·Anywhere Lab – providing 24x7 access for hands-on practice on their devices. ·Lesson on Demand – ensuring that students don’t have to miss a lesson, even if they miss a class. ·Online Assessments – enabling students take…

Glass Palace launches Summer Collection 2013

Global trend of season based furniture introduced Glass Palace, a pioneer and exclusive furniture brand of the northern region, today launched its much awaited ‘Summer Collection 2013' at its Chandigarh showroom in  Sector 7. In keeping with its  legacy, the elegant products at display cover the entire range of ergonomic furniture for an urban home in all its exquisiteness. This is suitable for round the year use too.

Enjoying a commanding position in home furnishings and décor, Glass Palace has a long heritage of providing the customers with what suits their style and expectations the best. Summer Collection 2013 has all the ingredients to satisfy a discerning furniture seeker. The entire range of home chairs, recliners, beds, sofas, dining units, wardrobes, mattresses, kids room furniture and wooden cabinets speak of rich quality and elegance. The furniture, in lighter shade, has been  made especially to add a flavour in one’s  life and respite to the eyes. According to Mr Aja…

Shemaroo Entertainment releases DVD’s and VCD’s of the latest Punjabi movie Rahe Chardi Kala Punjab Di

Shemaroo Entertainment announced the release of DVD’s and VCD’s of the latest Punjabi hit ‘Rahe Chardi Kala Punjab Di’. The DVD is economically priced at Rs 149/- and VCD is Rs 99/-Rahe Chardi Kala Punjab Di Portrays social evils prevailing in our society.It shows the issues dealing with youth, unemployment, drug addiction and female foeticide.A bomb blast during pilgrimage to Lahore separates a Sikh family from their daughter.A muslim couple adopts the girl and then the story revolves around her life.
The movie Rahe Chardi Kala Punjab Di has been produced by Jasvir Singh Sidhu and directed by Shapinder Saini. The music is by Surinder Bachan and the star cast includes Jimmy Sharma, Sapna Thakur, Daksh Ajit Singh, Prabhleen Sandhu, Shakti Kapoor and Sharat Saxena etc

Shemaroo Entertainment releases DVD’s and VCD’s of the latest Punjabi movie Singh Vs Kaur

Shemaroo Entertainment announced the release of DVD’s and VCD’s of the latest Punjabi hit ‘Singh Vs Kaur’. The DVD is economically priced at Rs 199/- and VCD is Rs 115/- (Buy 1 Get 1 FREE).Nihal Singh (Gippy Grewal) a compulsive Prankster, in an attempt to avoid marrying the village minister's overweight niece, creates a fictional love story with Jasneet Kaur (Surveen Chawla) from Vancover, Canada and starts telling lies about his love life to his co-villagers. Nihal is forced by entanglement of his own lies, to go to Canada, find that girl and bring her to the village as a proof. In persuade of Jasneet, Nihal meets another girl Simrat (Japji Khaira). After some hard work, Nihal finds that Jasneet is the daughter of a wealthy family and it’s very hard to get close to the girl. Our Hero gets to save Jasneet’s life twice and become her bodyguard. He creates another course of lies and tries to convince Jasneet to visit his village in Punjab. After spending some time with him, Jasneet…