Friday, 16 November 2012

justin bieber's new girl

selena and justin bieber break-up(new girl is the reason)


there were rumors ) that Selena Gomez and Justin Bieber could solve out their differences and continue on as a couple - or at least friends - but  it appears now Gomez has no intention of dealing with Bieber anymore.
TMZ reports Gomez has blocked Bieber from all forms of communication, outside the fact she is still following him on Twitter. Citing various sources, TMZ says she has blocked Bieber's number from her phone to keep him from calling or texting her.
TMZ also claims, via a source, that the breakup had EVERYTHING to do with another woman - but they wouldn't name her. Rumors have swirled it is Victoria's Secret Model Barbara Palvin, although she has denied those claims.

Friday, 21 September 2012

tpl 2012

tpl was organised in my college tulas institute in dehradun there was 10 teams including mine and 1 extra team of faculty
our team went through all the league matches and then semi final and fought its way towards finals but our bad luck that v couldnt make it and end up as runner up team bt as v all know at last someone has to win and someone has to lose
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Friday, 31 August 2012

my college

im in dehradun in tulas institute of technology having fun
enjoying here with my new friends . its a great college

Thursday, 17 May 2012

IPL 5 gayle leads Rcb to easy win




IPL 5: Gayle ton guides RCB to easy win vs DD


Riding on Chris Gayle’s unbeaten knock of 128 off 62 balls and then a brilliant bowling performance helped Royal Challengers Bangalore to beat Delhi Daredevils by 21 runs to keep their playoff hopes alive on Thursday.
 The Feroz Shah Kotla crowd got the worth of their money by some blazing batting by both sides. Ross Taylor and Andre Russell’s late surge gave Delhi a chance for a win, but Bangalore well led by Virat Kohli managed to pick up wickets at regular intervals to leave them at 194 for 9. For Bangalore, Zaheer Khan took 3 for 38, Prasanth Parameswaran claimed 3 for 30 and Vinay Kumar chipped in with 2 for 35.
Chasing a huge total of 216, Delhi’s hope rested on David Warner (15), who started with two successive boundaries off Tillakaratne Dilshan, but in the second over Zaheer had the better of him. Warner trying to pull one short delivery off Zaheer loses his bat while playing the shot and the ball balloons to mid-off.
 After that youngster Unmukt Chand (18) showed some spark by hitting two fours and a six, but then perished in the fifth over to Vinay Kumar. However, Bangalore continued to take wickets at regular intervals to keep Delhi on the back foot in their chase.
 Coming on to bowl his first over, left-arm pace bowler Parameswaran induces an edge off Jayawardene (9) and AB de Villiers does the rest. When Taylor arrived at the crease he got into action straightaway and with Venugopal Rao tried to repair the innings. But Rao (36) couldn’t resist a tossed up ball from Muttiah Muralitharan and played straight down the throat of Harshal Patel at long-off.
 With Taylor going ballistic in the middle overs that definitely gave Bangalore some scare, who made a quick-fire 55 off 25 balls which included seven fours and two sixes. Until Taylor was out there in the middle, Delhi sensed an outside chance of sneaking in a win but the fall of Taylor in the 17th over ended all hopes.
 Earlier, Mahela Jayawardene made the mistake by asking Bangalore to bat and from then it was all Gayle show. The big West Indian batsman was in different mood at Kotla as he slammed an unbeaten 128 of 62 balls which was studded with 13 sixes and seven fours to take the visiting team to a mammoth 215 for 1.
 Jayawardene who was in charge of Delhi in the absence of Virender Sehwag was at his wit’s end how to control Gayle. At the start, Gayle took some time to settle down and played 17 balls for his first 10 runs, but after that he got 90 in just 35 balls.
 With Kohli (73 not out), Gayle put up a 204-run stand to go into the record books as the highest partnership in this season of IPL. Kohli looked in great touch and his unbeaten knock included 10 fours and one six.
 All the Delhi bowlers went for runs and they surely missed the services of Morne Morkel, who was rested. Varun Aaron was the only successful bowler for Delhi, who claimed the lone wicket of Tillakaratne Dilshan (10) caught at mid-on by Irfan Pathan.
 Delhi failed to put on brakes on Gayle whirlwind, as the left-handed batsman scored three sixes off Pathan and Pawan Negi, as Bangalore plundered 78 runs in the last five overs.

Wednesday, 18 April 2012

Top 10 Amazing Roof Tops


Roof is important part of any building and we can utilize it in different manners, today Top10Marvels is going to share the list of Top 10 Amazing Roof Tops, those will make you surprise. Please have a look the list of Top 10 Most Amazing Rooftops…

Rooftop farm(Chicago)





Rooftop Garden(Singapore)






Rooftop Cinema(Australia)





Rooftop Office(Austria)









Rooftop Playground(Denmark)









Rooftop Pool(Singapore)








Rooftop Bar(Thailand)

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Rooftop Tennis court(Dubai)






Rooftop trailer park(South Africa)






Rooftop Roller Coaster(Japan)

top 10 historical places to visit


There are many historical cities in which people use to live but with time they vanished or destroyed with time. The people of that time created many historical points, buildings and cities at their time with great effort as there were limited resources at that time. You can visit these historicalcities/places and see those grand, amazing historical places.


1. Athens(Greece)
This is famous about Athens that this is the wealthiest and largest state in the history of Greece in the classical history of the establishment of the ancient city. At that time it was the capital city with 3.7 million people that shows that it has grown a lot. Famous places of this city are Temple of Olympian Zeus, Acropolis, and Parthenon.



2.Jerusalem(Israel)
This is known as holy city, its name is mentioned in New Testament of the Bible. This is the center of Christianity, Islam, and Judaism that has been known since the 10th century. It was recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1982 and it has been called the old city. This is the largest city of Israel.



3.Berut(Lebanon)

This is the biggest city found in Lebanon and known as Berut, which is the favorite place of thewealthiest people from Europe and Saudi Arabia. It is acclaimed to be the cosmopolitan city, the center of financial and commercial transactions and trade.  It is also called as Paris of the Middle East.



4.Jericho(Israel)
It is famous as the city of Palms that is near the Dead Sea and Jerusalem by approximately 55 kilometers. It is located with Jerusalem, Jericho is one of the cities mentioned in the Old Testament that was conquered by Joshua as noted in the book of Judges.



5,Aleppo(Syria)
This is a Muslim place with so many mosques in it. This is located in Syria, which is also the second largest city in the country. The well preserved way of living and behavior of the people makes it the friendliest place in the world.



6.Sidon(Lebanon)
Sidon is located near the city of Beirut by about 25 miles or equivalent to 43 kilometers. It is one of the strongest phonetician cities, which is still in its original and historical form in its very essence.



7.Plovdiv(Bulgaria)

It has been in existence for about 5000 years where you could find the tallest hills in the world. The oldest and one of the largest mosques in the world located in this city. It found in between Balkan Range or Old Mountains and the plains of Rhodope Mountains.



8.Varanasi(India)
This is the sacred place of Hindus in India, which is one of the oldest cities in the world. It was also known previously as Kashi and Benares or Banaras in the northern part of India.



9.Byblos(Lebanon)
Byblos is another historical place and city, which is located in Lebanon. It is also also famous as Jbell in its Arabic name and was included or recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Some of the oldest places that you can visit in Byblos are the Northeastern Gate, The Crusader Castle, Tower Temple, and Kings Tomb.



10.Damascus(Syria)
This is the capital city of Syria and the largest city in Syria too. It was established around 10,000 to 8,000 B.C. Tourists and visitors from other countries have well applauded the well-preserved place in Syria that continuously attracts people to learn their old life and past.

unique cloud formations

1.Kelvin-Helmholtz wave cloud


The Kelvin-Helmholtz wave cloud looks like crashing ocean waves. These beautiful clouds are named after German physicist Hermann von Helmholtz and British physicist Lord Kelvin, because they form when two different layers of air are moving past each other at different speeds.


2.Cirrus Radiatus

Cirrus clouds mostly occur in cool and highest region of troposphere and comes with different shapes and sizes. The Cirrus clouds can be of five types spissatus, castellanus, fibratus, uncinus,  floccus and four varieties intortus, vertebratus, duplicatus, radiatus.


3.shelf clouds
These amazing shelf clouds are low-level semicircular arcus clouds. Roll clouds and Shelf clouds are two types of arcus clouds. The cloud in the above picture has been captured over Enschede, Netherlands.


4.Mammatus clouds
Mammatus clouds also known as mammatocumulus and look seriously weird. In Mammutus clouds,  Dan Breed, a scientist of National Center for Atmospheric Research for Wired.com said about them that the evaporation causes pockets of negative buoyancy as it cools the air inside the cloud so this makes the clouds puff downward instead of up like cumulus clouds, and end up being like upside-down bubbles.


5.Morning Glory clouds

These roll clouds occur in the lower atmospheric layer ahead of a storm front and can most often be observed in Northern Australia. Morning Glory clouds can be seen over Germany, Central US, the English Channel and Eastern Russia.


6.Lenticular clouds
This amazing, beautiful lens-shaped clouds are usually created by gravity waves. The stationary clouds can be classified into altocumulus standing lenticularis (ACSL), cirrocumulus standing lenticular (CCSL) and stratocumulus standing lenticular (SCSL). The Lenticular clouds are also known as altocumulus lenticularis.


7. The anvil cloud
The anvil cloud are also famous as cumulonimbus incus, is mostly composed of ice particles. It is a  mature thunderstorm cloud that can cause a super-cell thunderstorm and then a tornado. Cumulonimbus clouds are divided into two species: calvus and capillatus.


8.Noctilucent clouds
Noctilucent clouds also know as Polar mesospheric clouds or Night Shining Coulds and they can be seen in exclusively polar regions and they also appear over Europe and USA many times. But there is something serious about them that scientist believe that they can cause global warming.


9.Jacques Cousteau clouds

Nicknamed the Jacques Cousteau clouds, undulatus asperatus  is a cloud formation proposed two years ago as a separate cloud classification by Pretor-Pinney, British cloud enthusiast and founder of the Cloud Appreciation Society.

10.Polar stratospheric clouds
Polar stratospheric clouds (PSCs) form in the stratosphere at altitudes of 50,000–80,000 ft. They are classified into Types I(nacreous or mother-of-pearl clouds), and II (clouds with more diffuse and less bright colors)   according to their formation temperature and particle size. Unfortunately, Polar stratospheric clouds play a key role in the massive ozone depletion over the Arctic and Antarctic.

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