Mobile – Catch the cricket action live even on the move with vcricket mobile service

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Mobile – Catch the cricket action live even on the move with vcricket mobile service: “vCricket Is Now On Mobile
With vCricket´s new mobile site, you can now catch the latest and upbeat national and international cricket coverage on your mobile phone, in a jiffy. Our mobile version provides comfortable, user-friendly navigation and promises to deliver a satisfied mobile experience to the users.

To get started, all you have to do is type http://vcricket.mobi/ on your phone browser. Once done, you can grab live match scores, news & analysis, schedule of upcoming matches, latest result and points table for tournaments, etc.

http://vcricket.mobi can be accessed via any mobile device with a GPRS/Internet connection.

Features
Live Match Scores – To keep you updated ball by ball
Latest Results – To keep you in sync with the latest on the battle-field
Upcoming Matches – List of all the upcoming matches so that you do not miss even a single ball played.
News Articles – Read the latest chitchat and off crease account with our updated cricket news and views
Points Table – To help you keep a track of the tussle between the cricket big wigs”

Mobile Scorecard
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The world’s rarest bird photos | FREE BIRDS PHOTOS | BIRDS WALLPAPERS | FREE BIRDS WALLPAERS | BUJJIPHOTOS | SREE-WALLPAPERS \

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The world’s rarest bird photos
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The kakapo is a large, flightless parrot from New Zealand

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A fish-eating duck restricted to a few fast-flowing rivers in central Brazil and north-eastern Argentina.

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A large seabird which breeds only on Christmas Island in the Indian Ocean

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This species has a tiny, severely fragmented population, known from less than 10 recent locations in central India.

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A medium-sized water bird that once bred in Russia, Japan and China

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A very large crane that breeds in eastern Russia and China, and in Japan.

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The small, declining population of this species in central and north-eastern India is endangered because of hunting and agricultural development

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A small parrot that breeds only in a small area in south-western Tasmania and migrates to coastal areas in south-eastern Australia in the winter.


ROSE FLOWER

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yuvaindia – PCtricks-4uFormula One 2011 This season’s cars

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Formula One 2011
This season’s cars
Ferrari F150th Italia
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Lotus T128

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Sauber C30

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Mercedes MGP W02
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Red Bull RB7
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Wiliams FW33
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Toro Rosso STR6
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McLaren MP4-26
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Virgin MVR-02
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HRT F111
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Force India VJM04
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The Wind-Explorer

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The Wind-Explorer, a wind powered electric-car, crossed Australia from Perth to Sydney, more than 5,000km in three weeks. Every evening the lithium-ion batteries were charged by a wind turbine

Rose Day sms, quotes for your loved ones

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Rose Day sms, quotes for your loved ones: “

Roses symbolize love, peace and romance. The 7th of February, marks the beginning of the Valentine week as Rose Day and is also the best opportunity to express your true love or friendship. So go ahead, grab a rose and make your loved one’s day, by bringing a smile to their faces.

The person can be a friend, true love or even an enemy. This Valentines week, make the best use of the opportunity to bring peace among your enemies. White rose is a symbol of peace, yellow roses are for friends, while the red roses are for the ones you love.

If the roses become too costly for the occasion, SMS is always an option. So here are some Rose Day messages:

1.24hrs make a lovely day,

7 days make a lovely week,

52 weeks make a lovely year & knowing a

person like me will make your life lovely.

Have a lovely Rose day n life!

2. Sweeter than the candies

lovelier than the red roses

more huggable than soft toys

that’s what you’re

here’s wishing you a Rose Day

that’s as special as you’re

3. May this Valentine bless us with the Cupid

of love and warmth of romance. Happy rose day!

4. Love can be expressed in many ways.

One way I know is to send it across the distance

to the person who is reading this.Happy rose day!

SAVE THE TIGER | TIGER PHOTOS | SAVE OUR TIGERS | NEWSAP.BLOGSPOT | BUJJIPHOTOS | BUJJIWALLPAPERS |

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PUNE: To ensure better protection of the wildlife, and critically-endangered species and habitats in and outside protected areas, the centrally-sponsored scheme, ‘Assistance for the Development of National Parks and Sanctuaries’ has been modified during the 11th five-year plan period to address the new generation issues facing wildlife conservation.

The scheme has now been named as the ‘Integrated Development of Wildlife Habitats,’ and has been made operational by adding more components and activities and widening the scope of conservation interventions.

The activities to be supported under the scheme include management planning and capacity building, anti-poaching and infrastructure development, restoration of habitats, eco-development and community oriented activities.

According to experts, wildlife conservation in India still faces several challenges like fragmented wildlife areas, increased human pressure, habitat degradation. proliferation of invasive species, man-made conflicts, poaching and impacts of climate change. There is an explicit need for ensuring better protection of wildlife outside the protected areas and initiating recovery programmes to save critically-endangered species and their habitats.

Ashish Kothari national committee member of the Forest Rights Act, constituted by the ministry of environment and forests, told TOI that the scheme will help in protection of wildlife outside the protected area and focus on smaller endangered species and habitats.

He pointed out that good intentions are needed and it should happen with full community involvement.

During the 11th plan period, more protected areas, including conservation reserves and community reserves shall be brought under the ambit of the scheme. More and more such areas shall be brought under proper management planning. The 11th plan shall also see better protection of highly-endangered and flagship species like Snow Leopard, Great Indian Bustard, Hangul, marine turtles, Nilgiri Tahr, by adopting the strategy of special species or habitat recovery programmes.

The Union government has been providing financial and technical assistance to the state governments for activities aimed at wildlife conservation through various centrally sponsored schemes. It is expected that during the 11th plan, the protected area network in the country shall continue to grow by integrating more ecosystems in various bio-geographical zones. At the end of the 10th plan, only 341 (excluding tiger reserves) out of 661 protected areas could be brought under the ambit of the scheme.

The state governments have to submit annual plan of operations to the Union government detailing the proposed course of action. This will be scrutinised and has to be approved by the Union government.
COURTESY :
Read more: Central wildlife scheme modified to address new generation issues – The Times of India http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/pune/Central-wildlife-scheme-modified-to-address-new-generation-issues/articleshow/7490035.cms#ixzz1E0Kjpo7Y

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