0 Andhra Pradesh Intermediate 1 year Exam Result 2014 with Marks

Inter 1st Year Results 2014 are all set to be released by Board of Intermediate Education, Andhra Pradesh. Recently Board has finished spot valuation and has prepared everything to release the results. More than nineteen lakh students have been appeared for intermediate examination (First Year and Second Year) 2014. The board of intermediate education, Andhra Pradesh Hyderabad have been conducted inter exams smoothly and peacefully without any untoward incident. Inter second (2nd) year results 2014 will be out after four days.

List of Websites where Grades along with Marks are given.
For getting Inter 1 year results on BIE Official website CLICK HERE
For Vocational CLICK HERE
2.Examresults:For getting Inter 1 year results along with MARKS CLICK HERE

3. Results: For getting result with MARKS CLICK HERE 

For getting the results on SMS, students need to send the following SMS to 56263: 

IPE General First Year Examination 2014

IPE Vocational First Year Examination 2014
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2 Bollywood actor Pran (Zanjeer fame) dies at 93

Legendary bollywood actor Pran, beloved star of hit movies like Don, Zanjeer and Ram Aur Shyam, died at Mumbai's Lilavati Hospital this evening. He was 93. The actor passed away at the Lilavati hospital in Mumbai, where he was undergoing treatment. He was sick from quite few days.He acted in more than 400 Bollywood films. As soon as the news hit the media many Bollywood actors and fans are heading towards Lilavati hospital in Mumbai.

The actor had received his Dadasaheb Phalke award in May this year. Pran had been unwell for the last few months and was unable to collect his award in person at the National Awards presentation ceremony in New Delhi on May 3.

Pran was famous for his style and sophistication on-screen, and was credited with making the role of the villain as important as that of the hero. He also played many supporting characters, apart from villains, most notable the red-haired Pathan Sher Khan in Zanjeer, the film that made Amitabh Bachchan a star.

From the '60s to the early '80s, Pran appeared in almost every big film made in Bollywood. For some years, he was often better-paid than the hero and heroine. 

Pran is also credited with giving Amitabh Bachchan his biggest break, having recommended that director Prakash Mehra cast him as Inspector Vijay in 1973's Zanjeer.

Source: NDTV
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0 Marion Bartoli Wins Wimbledon Grand Slam Title by defeating Sabine Lisicki

The 15th-seeded France, Marion Bartoli becomes the new women's Wimbledon champion on Saturday by defeating 23rd seeded Sabine Lisicki of  in the final. Lisicki was in the news from the time she sent five-time champion Serina Williams out of this tournament in the fourth round. Lisicki is the first German to reach the final since seven-time champion Steffi Graf in 1999. Lisicki said she was inspired by Steffi Graf and also named a few others who have helped inspire her to come back from a serious left ankle injury in 2010.

Sabine Lisicki lost to Marion Bartoli 6-1, 6-4. at All England Club, London  which was packed with audience to witness this live event and many too had the chance to view this match over television on BBC One, 3D, BBC Two, BBC HD Channel, Star Sports etc.

Lisicki Bartoli
23 Age 28
German Nationality French
1.78m (5ft 10) Height 1.70m (5ft 6)
70kg (11st) Weight 63kg (9st 13)
39 Wimbledon aces 12
23 Double faults 27
28 Break points won 30
3 wins Head-to-head 1 win
£1,925,79 Career prize money £5,684,790
Match began with Bartoli's service and she was off with a point but Lisicki came to 40 points while Bartoli was at 15 later Bartoli too came up to 40 but due to poor service she looses her first match to Lisicki. Second match in the first set was dominated by Bartoli with a point. So this equals 1-1 in the first set, and the third match was again won by Bartoli with a lead 2-1. Bartoli pressurizes Lisicki by wining her fourth, fifth, sixth and seventh match too by a lead of 6-1and winning the first set. Lisciki Body language changes a bit and her facial expressions too looked bit tensed.

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0 Ripu Dawan won Master Chef India season 3 finale

The third season premiered on 11 March 2013 and aired on STAR Plus channel on weekdays at 8.00PM IST. Vikas Khanna and Kunal Kapur returned as judges. Sanjeev Kapoor replaced Ajay Chopra from the last season. Ripu Dawan won this season of MasterChef India. The season 3 came to an end today 14th June 2013 by the announcement of the result.

Ripu Dawan
The third season of MasterChef India (promotional name: MasterChef India: Kitchen Ke Superstar) premiered on March 11, 2013 on STAR Plus channel. Chef Vikas Khanna and Chef Kunal Kapur returned as judges after season 2; however Chef Sanjeev Kapoor replaced Chef Ajay Chopra. The final episode went with Sonakshi and Ranveer who made the three contestants dance for a while. Actually Sonakshi was not sure about her presence and her coming on the show was decided last minute.

Chef Ripu Daman Handa
23. Winner
Gym Instructor
Finalist (Current Points = 245)
Chef Navneet Rastogi
Finalist (Current Points = 239)
Chef Doyel Sarangi
Finalist (Current Points = 246)
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0 7 Websites to download free Music for Commercial Use

Commercial UseYou have created a cool video with some nice photographs which were personally shot by you and also added some of your favorite music tracks as a background. You have uploaded it in Youtube and are getting good views, you planned for monetizing it with Youtube Partner program but they simply rejected saying copy protected music used.

You might have also created a video with few of your tour images or your wedding pictures. Are also planning to add some background music? Then wait don’t be in a hurry you might end up in copyright claims over the music. People simply take their favorite movie song or a private album song and add them as background score to their videos. It is ok as far as you use it in your home or in your personal computer but if you want to share it online then you have to wait.

To upload a video with some copy protected song online is not so dangerous until the copyright holder reports or complains against your usage. But most of the times you are safe but when you upload the song to YouTube and want to monetize it then you are in problem. You have to be far from the YouTube partner program which many really hate.

So now do you want to get some background song which is not copy protected and even can be used for commercial purpose then you can get them in the following sites.


All the audio clips found on Audionautix are released under Creative Commons license 3.0. You can use these audio clips for commercial purposes but the only requirement is that you have to give credit to Audionautix website. You have variety of categories or genre to choose from; you can preview the clip by clicking it and if you like it, right click the clip and select ‘save as’ to save it to your desktop. You are free to add this music to your video but don’t forget giving credits to Audionautix.

Dig ccmixter

This site has some free music for commercial use. As soon as you click for the license it says you already have the permission but the requirement is simple the work of the artist has to be given proper credits for using. This site doesn’t have 10 or 20 tracks but it has more than 3000 music tracks to choose from. So you can be rest assured to get your favorite music track to give your video a feel good experience.


This website offers many music tracks which are all free to use even for your commercial use. This site has also got songs or music tracks which are not fit for commercial use. User has the option to easily demarcate the commercial and non commercial music with the Creative Commons licenses logos posted for each and every song. So keep an eye on a music track before you download see that you choose a song which can be used for commercial purpose. You can contact the artist for any doubts regarding the usage, but no specific mention of giving credits but it will be better if we link back so that Youtube knows we are using a free music fit for commercial use.


This site too offers some of the finest music along with some horror genre in particular and you can use them all for free. If you don't give a link back to the site Youtube will disable your video so give a credit before you use any of their songs. You can also request remix version or slightly modified versions of the music provided by them. But why to waste time just browse through their site which has got many genre to choose from.


This website is created by Dan-O who posts his original music work. He has provided them royalty free and you can use them for free by giving some credits. You also have a option to donate 10 dollars and to use the music without any credits. He mentioned that all his music can be used for both personal or commercial use. So listen to some of his works before you add music to your videos you might end up in some cool tracks.


Are you looking for some royalty free sound effects then your search ends here. Pacdv has got some really awesome sound effects which can be used in your videos or multimedia productions. They only restricted not to sell or re-license the sounds. You are not supposed to give a download link of the sound files hosted in their server apart from that you can use them in your videos.


Sonnyboo has nearly 40 music tracks which can be used all for free. Only condition to use these songs is you have to credit to the owner and writer of the songs, Peter John Ross. As these songs are royalty free you need not send any mails to the owner asking for the permission after you give credits to his work.

Aren't these sites cool you have the music and also rights to make some bucks so next time when you are creating a video for monetizing it in YouTube don't forget to use the above sites.
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1 Adsense introduces another new Ad unit 970x90

Adsense has been rapidly growing strong and strong, previously it had launched 300x600 Ad unit which has already been implemented by many webmasters. Now they have announced a new ad format to their range mainly to attract new brands. This new ad unit has the specs of 970x90 which is said to be as a brand friendly unit. Adsense team also said that this ad unit now shows only text ads which are organized in 4 columns which later can accommodated full length banner ads.

They have asked their publishers to implement this unit properly for the benefit of both publishers and advertisers. If you want to give any feedback on the new ad format you can do so in their AdSense +page. They have also mentioned that the limit for the ad units will remain 3 as per their TOS. So if you are planing to implement this unit then you need to drop one of your poor performing ad unit. See the below image to get an idea of how the ad unit looks like which is posted in the Adsense Blog.

Suggestions for placement of this Ad Unit:

Since this is a very large unit you have very few options to implement the unit. I believe the first place for better performance of the ad unit will be above the header which can draw attention of the users immediately as they open the webpage. Second suggested place would be just below the header after the navigation bar as it too gets enough attention. Third probable placement would be just above the footer area which might just perform on an average basis.See the below image to get a clear idea on suggestions for the placement of 970x90 Ad Unit.

So do you feel any other place is best for this ad unit then just comment below with your thoughts. Happy earnings.
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0 20 Facts you need to know about Google

Google the search engine giant has grown enormously over the years. This search engine is the worlds top visited website and it ranks one leaving Facebook on the second place. Though many use Google to check whether their net connection is working or not still it has something to brag about. Google not only  has created employment opportunities but it also helps many people around the world through their Adsense program. I just collected some interesting facts which really are fun to know about.

1. Off to a bad start
Though Larry Page and Sergey Brin co-founded Google, they did not get off to the best start. When Page was considering joining Stanford, Brin was assigned to give him a tour and some say they disagreed about almost everything the first they met.

2. As a research project:
Google was started as a research project created by the then Ph.D. candidates Larry Page and Sergey Brin at Stanford University. Page and Brin were 24 years old and 23 years old respectively.

3. Started as BackRub
It may be hard for some to think of a search engine other than Google, but the search behemoth did not begin with that name. When Larry Page and Sergey Brin, both with computer science degrees from Stanford, started their search engine, it was called BackRub. This search engine was operated from the servers of Stanford only, but soon took up more bandwidth than anticipated.

4. Initial funding from Sun Co-Founder:
As a start-up, Google needed money and Andy Bechtolsheim, the co-founder of Sun Microsystems, understood the potential of their venture. He wrote a cheque of $100,000 for Google Inc, a company that had not yet been formed. Soon, Larry Page and Sergey Brin got their company registered as Google Inc.

5. First employee:
In 1998, Craig Silverstein, another computer science graduate from Stanford, became the first employee of Google. A year later, Larry Page and Sergey Brin recruited their first non-engineering employee - Omid Kordestani for sales.
Omid Kordestani
6. Name was by accident:
Larry Page and Sergey Brin showed their geeky side while renaming the search engine they had incepted. They chose a pun on the numerical entity googol, which means 1 followed by 100 zeros. This figure represents the duo's aim to organise a huge amount of data on the internet.

7. Poor HTML knowledge:
The prime reason the Google home page is so bare is due to the fact that the founders didn’t know HTML and just wanted a quick interface. In fact it was noted that the submit button was a long time coming and hitting the RETURN key was the only way to burst Google into life.

8. I am feeling Lucky:
The infamous “I feel lucky” is nearly never used. However, in trials it was found that removing it would somehow reduce the Google experience. Users wanted it kept. It was a comfort button.

9. Gives 20% time for their employees on their own project:
Employees are encouraged to use 20% of their time working on their own projects. Google News, Orkut are both examples of projects that grew from this working model.

10. First Ever Company Snack :
Back in February, 1999, the chewy candy known as "Swedish Fish" became the first ever company snack (not counting beverages) that was ordered into the Google office. Now a days there are many snacks offered.

11. Google Logo Was Not Centered Until 2001:
Google's famously sparse homepage is considered a classic design in the online world. The Google logo, however, wasn't actually centered on the page until March 31, 2001.

12. Google's First Ever Tweet:
Google's first ever Twitter post was as satisfyingly geeky as you could hope for. The message, sent in February 2009, reads "I'm 01100110 01100101 01100101 01101100 01101001 01101110 01100111 00100000 01101100 01110101 01100011 01101011 01111001 00001010."
For anyone not fluent in binary, here's a hint — it's a well known phrase from the company's homepage. Got it? Yep, it reads: "I'

13. No Submit button:
At first, there was not even a "submit" button. Users had to hit the "return" key to generate a Google search.

14. Page Rank:
Google's search technology is called PageRank (tm). It assigns an "importance" value to each page on the Web and gives it a rank. But that is not why the technnology is called PageRank. In fact, it is named after Google co-founder Larry page.

15. Did you mean:
One of the biggest leap in search usage came about when they introduced their much improved spell checker giving birth to the “Did you mean…” feature. This instantly doubled their traffic, but they had some interesting discussions on how best to place that information, as most people simply tuned that out. But they discovered the placement at the bottom of the results was the most effective area.

16. Translators:
Google has the largest network of translators in the world

17. Advance Preference:
They use the 20% / 5% rules. If at least 20% of people use a feature, then it will be included. At least 5% of people need to use a particular search preference before it will make it into the ‘Advanced Preferences’.

18. Gmail actual birth:
Gmail was used internally for nearly 2years prior to launch to the public. They discovered there was approximately 6 types of email users, and Gmail has been designed to accommodate these 6.

19. Google Is Dog-Friendly but not cat:
Google is a super dog-friendly company. It proudly names "company dogs," like Yoshka (described as a "free-range Leonberger") pictured below. Yoshka accompanies Urs Holzle, senior VP operations and Google Fellow to the Googleplex. Less senior staff are also allowed to bring their dogs to the office.

According to Google's "Dog Policy", one indiscretion too many on the Google carpets, or aggressive behavior, means Lassie will have to stay at home in the future. Strong bladdered and friendly canines are more than welcome across the campus.
Yoshka Google dog
20. First-ever doodle
Google marks special occasions with a redesigned iteration of its logo on its search home page called doodle. Over the years, they have acquired a following of their own and are widely lauded for their creativity. However, not many know how that first doodle was not a result of an innovation. Google founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin had gone to attend the Burning Man Festival in the Nevada and left a drawing in honour of the event to let users know of their absence in case of a server breakdown.

Aren't the facts interesting do you know any of such facts then share your views as comments below.
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