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  Songs in PDF
Posted by: Tamilan - 04-08-2009, 08:59 PM - Forum: Entertainment - Replies (2)

i decided to upload tamil movie song lines in pdf format that can b readable on all computers



Attached Files
.pdf   My songs.pdf (Size: 54.97 KB / Downloads: 109)
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  IPL season-2: Chennai Super Kings leaves for S Africa
Posted by: Sathish - 04-08-2009, 08:40 PM - Forum: Sports Zone - No Replies

Chennai: A 20-member Chennai Super Kings (CSK) team left for South Africa to participate in the second edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL), starting April 18.

The team left by an Emirates Airlines to Johannesburg via Dubai. However, India captain Mahendra Singh Dohni, who is also the skipper of CSK, pace bowler Laxmipathy Balaji, Murali Vijay and coach-cum-player Stephan Fleming will join the team later.

As jubiliant fans also turned up to see the team off, security was tightened at Airport. The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) decided to shift the second edition of the T20 extravaganza to South Africa after the Indian Government expressed its inability to provide security to the tournament in India in view of the general elections clashing with the match schedule.

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  PCB allows Pak players to play in IPL
Posted by: Sathish - 04-08-2009, 08:37 PM - Forum: Sports Zone - No Replies

The Pakistan Cricket Board did a U-turn from their earlier stance and have cleared the players to participate in IPL's second season to be played in South Africa.

According to Saleef Altaf, PCB's Chief Operating Officer, it has been conveyed to the IPL chairman Lalit Modi.

"The same has been conveyed to IPL Commissoner Lalit Modi via an official email by the PCB earlier today. A reply regarding the same is still awaited from Mr Modi's end," Altaf said.

However, chances of Pakistani players making to their respective teams look bleak as the squads were already announced.

"We can't include them in the teams because the team lists have already been made. Pakistan Cricket Board is very late in deciding. The Pakistan players will not be included," said Dhiraj Malhotra, IPL's Tournament Director.

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  Sun Direct to double its subscribers
Posted by: Sathish - 04-08-2009, 08:25 PM - Forum: Sun Direct - Replies (1)

MUMBAI: Sun Direct, a direct-to-home (DTH) service provider, aims to double its subscriber base to six million from the present 3.1 million and will invest Rs 150 crore this fiscal as a part of its marketing initiatives.

"Sun Direct crossed the three-million subscriber mark as of March 31. Our active subscriber base is now 3.1-million. We will add at least three-million active subscribers in 2009-10.We also plan to spend Rs 150 crore in marketing this year,'' Sun Direct TV Chief Operating Officer, Mr Tony D'Silva told reporters here on Wednesday.

The Chennai-headquartered company, which began operations in September 2007, announced the launch of High Definition (HD) broadcast on a DTH platform. HDTV will improve the viewer experience by about five times over regular television.

Sun Direct, an 80:20 joint venture between the Chennai-based Maran family and Malaysia's Astro Group, has consistently maintained a share of 40 per cent in all DTH sales since January, Mr D'Silva said. - PTI

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  Sun Direct launches HD services in India
Posted by: Sathish - 04-08-2009, 04:17 PM - Forum: Sun Direct - Replies (8)

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Sun Direct Pvt Ltd, the leading direct-to-home (DTH) service provider is all set to redefine the television viewing in the country. Sun Direct today created history by launching the first ever High Definition (HD) broadcast on DTH platform in India.

Speaking on the occasion, Tony D'Silva, COO of Sun Direct said, "We believe that in the constantly changing viewer-ship dynamics and taste, to keep the viewer continuously happy and engaged we need to offer them new and exciting options and HD is another first from the Sun Direct stable. HD is a visual delight and we are extremely happy to launch the world class services for our audience in India.”

Adding another feather to the cap Sun Direct has crossed the three million subscriber base since its launch in December 2007. Sun Direct caters to every segment of the viewer ship through its innovative content packaging.

"Another landmark achievement for us is crossing the three million mark subscriber base by March 2009, as committed earlier; this achievement qualifies us to be the No 2 service DTH provider. In the coming fiscal year we look forward to occupy the pole position. We have added more customers than any other DTH player in the last one year and in the coming days we will be adding more innovative features, services and channels in our offerings," added D'Silva.

HDTV is considered as one of the world's best digital broadcast platforms with a higher resolution than traditional television system. The images and pictures appear more clear and sharp and sound quality is also enhanced. HDTV will improve the viewer experience by about five times over a regular television.

The Commonwealth Games next year will unveil this next generation of television viewing in India as the same will be telecast in HD and it will be a viewer’s delight. Various international channels and content providers have been queued up for obtaining mandatory statuary compliance for broadcasting HD in India.

Sun Direct offers the biggest spread of 41 add-on packages ranging from Rs 6 to Rs 300 per month of the most viewed channels. Sun Direct offers a basic package of over 130+ channels in digital clarity with DVD quality pictures and sound for a introductory offer of Rs 499*(five months subscription at just Rs 99/-* month) - (*Taxes Extra),along with free Dish and Set top box, excluding installation charges.

· First DTH player to launch MPEG 4 Technology
· First DTH service to launch HD (High Definition) TV.
· First DTH service to provide FREE customer premises equipments (set top box and dish)
· First DTH service to provide 41 add on packages
· First DTH player to achieve 3 million subscribers in approximately 1 year

Sun Direct offers a total of 200+ channels and has all the most viewed and new channels broadcasted in the country. The packages are customized in such a way that the subscriber pays only for what they watch. Sun Direct has also recently introduced International channels in all their basic packs.

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Wink Did you know???
Posted by: chill_sahil1091 - 04-08-2009, 01:15 PM - Forum: Tata Sky - Replies (4)

Sometimes we face problems on tata sky so i have got some info which i am writing in a hope that it may help the tata sky subscribers....

1. More than one TV!!!!

WHAT IS MULTI-ROOM?

Tata Sky service on 2nd, 3rd or 4th TV in your home is referred to as a multi-room connection.

HOW DOES IT WORK?

The connection is linked to the primary connection, but requires a separate digicomp for each TV.
There is a 50% waiver on multi-room charges. The choice of channel packages available on the multi-room is same as those enabled on the primary connection.

COST?

Each multi-room connection costs Rs 125/- per month; immaterial of the packages subscribed to on the primary connection.

2. Moving home?

Any shift of your Tata Sky hardware arising out of moving your TV to a new room in your current home or moving to a new home altogether is termed as RELOCATION.
Should you be moving home, you are advised to carry Tata Sky digicomp, the Tata sky minidish and the cables with you. Once you have settled in your home, call the Tata Sky helpline to schedule a relocation. Charges that apply are-:
a.) Relocate within same house- Rs 350/-
b.) Relocate to pre-wired house- Rs 350/-
c.) Relocate to unwired house- Rs 600/-
d.) Relocate multi-room- Rs 1000/-

3. Technical issues?

should you face any technical difficulties with your Tata Sky hardware that has not been resolved by talking to the helpline, a Tata Skyengineer will visit your premises. The cost of such a service visit is Rs 350/-. This charge will be applicable when your digicomp is out of warranty period or if you do not have an Annual Service Commitment(ASC). This charge will be debited to your Tata Sky account.

4. Trouble shooting!!!

Basic technical checks before you call the helpline:-

- Digicomp is on Power On mode after recharge.
- LED on the digicomp and adapter should be glowing all the time.
- Appropriate mode, i.e AV or RF on your TV has been selected.
- Batteries are functional for the remote to function.
- In case of blank screen, switch off your digicomp and TV from the main power supply for 10 secs before you turn it on again.
- Call the helpline from your RMN and use option 5 to resolve your technical issues to help them identify the issue better.

5. Annual Service Commitment ( ASC )

Tata Sky offers an ASC for the hardware that is not covred inder base warranty for an annual charge of Rs 500/-.
To avail of this, you need to call the Tata Sky helpline. An engineer willvisit your premises, complete a technical visit and help you sign up the ASC. your account will be debited for the charges.

6. No signal?

If your screen displays
TATA SKY DIGICARD NOT AUTHORISED.

- Check if your account has been recharged. If not, leave your digicomp on 'power on' mode and recharge your account.
- If you have already recharged, leave your digicomp on 'power on' mode and stand by until your services resume.
- If the services do not resume in an hour, sms HR to 56633 from your RMN.

7. Helpline!!!

From MTNL/BSNL lines: 1860-425-6633

Toll free helpline: 1800-180-6633 (max. 5 minutes)

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Video Test Channels in DD Direct + DTH Service
Posted by: Arjun - 04-08-2009, 01:04 PM - Forum: DD Direct Plus (DD Free Dish) - Replies (71)

Now Only 1 Test Channel on DD Direct + DTH
(1) Test-212 :hairy: Cry:perplex:

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  Colors A-la-carte Rs.20 + tax
Posted by: Ananya - 04-08-2009, 10:57 AM - Forum: Dish TV India - No Replies

Colors A-la-carte Rs.20 + tax a scroll running on this channel that after some days colors will be available in a-la-carte for all subscribers:aggressive1:

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  UTV World Movies announces “Cannes Calling” contest
Posted by: Sathish - 04-08-2009, 10:55 AM - Forum: Television News - No Replies

UTV World Movies in association with Jet Airways has announced the launch of “Cannes Calling” contest. The contest, which is now running for the second consecutive year, is open to all residents of India above 18 years of age, from April 1st till 30th ‘09. The airline has tied up with UTV World Movies to promote this contest for a period of one month. The contest page is hosted on jetairways.com, where participants will need to fill an online contest form and answer a simple question, Participants can also send in their answers via sms to 59995. The winner will have a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to win a trip to Cannes, along with an entry to the prestigious Cannes Film Festival 2009. That’s not all, film DVDs from UTV World Movies large home video collection will be given away as consolation prizes.

Business Head of UTV Movies and UTV World Movies, Sameer Ganapathy said, "This is the second year of our association with Jet Airways for the “Cannes Calling Contest”! The response that we received last year was phenomenal and we are delighted to extend this exciting opportunity to everyone this year. Cannes film festival is a unique experience and we are happy to associate with Jet again for making this possible. We hope that everyone will participate wholeheartedly and watch their dreams come true”.

The contest will be widely promoted on the UTV World movies channel, as also by a co-branded print advertisement in the channel’s monthly magazine and on the airlines in-flight magazine “Jet Wings”.

To win this fabulous trip to the worlds most influential and celebrated film festival at Cannes, people can submit their answers online and via sms on 59995. As an added bonus, 10% discounts will be available on flights booked on jetairways.com from India to Europe using promo code CANNE09.

UTV World Movies has pioneered a completely new genre on the Indian television landscape and showcases contemporary, award winning, critically acclaimed and entertaining box office successes from around the globe. Equipped with the largest library of international films from over 40 countries, the channel offers viewers a handpicked selection of international cinema spread across languages, genres and cultures.

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  Shah Rukh, Aamir share stage to bat for film distributors
Posted by: Sathish - 04-08-2009, 10:54 AM - Forum: Entertainment - No Replies

Demand 50 per cent share in earnings from multiplexes.

Demanding “fair rights for Friday nights”, Bollywood actors Shah Rukh Khan and Aamir Khan came together to voice the sentiments of the Bollywood fraternity over their demand for equal share of profit with multiplex owners. Failing to reach a mutually-agreeable revenue-sharing agreement, Bollywood producers have not released their films in multiplexes since April 4.

The bone of contention between the producer-distributors and multiplex owners is the revenue-sharing model, with producers demanding a 50 per cent share in the earnings and multiplex owners preferring to stick to the current model of 40 to 48 per cent, depending on the film’s performance.

“We, as entertainers, feel sorry for not being able to show new films for some time and we are here to explain our side of the argument,” said Aamir Khan in Mumbai at a press conference.

Pitching for an equal share for producers, Aamir said: “There is a need to relook at the revenue-sharing model. The gross and net profits made by the films have increased over the years, but the share of producers and distributors remains the same.” Film actor Shah Rukh Khan urged for ‘fair rights for Friday nights’, referring to a fair revenue-sharing agreement for the films released across multiplexes every Friday.

Commenting on the issue, Alok Tandon, CEO of Inox Leasuire, a multiplex chain, said: “We are ready to talk to the Bollywood producers. In fact, we have suggested that a sub-committee be formed by the two parties to look into the various contentious issues. Ideally, we would like a performance-based revenue-sharing formula between us and the producer-distributors, or else we will be forced to shut our shops.”

Industry estimates say that 30-odd films, including small- and medium-budget films, are now held back because of the deadlock. Some of the films that were slated for release this summer but are now being held back are Kambakkth Ishq, Love Aaj Kal, Kal Kisne Dekha, Jashn, Luck, Aladin, Kaminey, Main Aur Mrs Khanna and New York, among others.

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