Jan 11, 2011

ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 Schedule

Welcome to Cricket World Cup 2011 .co.in – a complete website on the upcoming ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 . This website would update you about ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 Schedule , Cricket World Cup 2011 fixtures, Cricket World Cup 2011 venue and Cricket World Cup 2011 teams.

Cricket is considered as a religion in India and people are crazy about Cricket , especially in this part of the World . With ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 coming in the year 2011 , the game would rise to new levels. If you are a Cricket fan searching for ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 Schedule , Cricket World Cup 2011 fixtures, Cricket World Cup 2011 venue and Cricket World Cup 2011 teams, then you need not to go elsewhere as you will get information on Cricket World Cup 2011 fixtures, Cricket World Cup 2011 venue and Cricket World Cup 2011 teams and ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 Schedule and every other info about ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 .
ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 will be the 10th World Cup . Prior to the ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 , 9 Cricket World Cup s have been organized by ICC . Australia have emerged winner on the most occasions – 4. Closely following is West Indies, who won the inaugural and the very next World Cup . All the Indian Subcontinent teams – India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka have won 1 World Cup each. Australia won in 1987, 1999, 2003 and 2007. West Indies won on 1975 (the first World Cup ) and 1979. India won the World Cup in 1983, Pakistan won the World Cup in 1992 and Sri Lanka won in 1996.

ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 Schedule and Cricket World Cup 2011 fixtures: ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 Schedule and Cricket World Cup 2011 fixtures are given below on our website.

Match Date Teams Venue
1 19 Feb India vs Bangladesh Dhaka
2 20 Feb New Zealand vs Kenya Chennai
3 20 Feb Sri Lanka vs Canada Hambantota
4 21 Feb Australia vs Zimbabwe Ahmedabad
5 22 Feb England vs Netherlands Nagpur
6 23 Feb Pakistan vs Kenya Hambantota
7 24 Feb South Africa vs West Indies New Delhi
8 25 Feb Australia vs New Zealand Nagpur
9 25 Feb Bangladesh vs Ireland Dhaka
10 26 Feb Sri Lanka vs Pakistan Colombo
11 27 Feb India vs England Kolkata
12 28 Feb West Indies vs Netherlands New Delhi
13 28 Feb Zimbabwe vs Canada Nagpur
14 1 Mar Sri Lanka vs Kenya Colombo
15 2 Mar England vs Ireland Bangalore
16 3 Mar South Africa vs Netherlands Mohali
17 3 Mar Pakistan vs Canada Colombo
18 4 Mar New Zealand vs Zimbabwe Ahmedabad
19 4 Mar Bangladesh vs West Indies Dhaka
20 5 Mar Sri Lanka vs Australia Colombo
21 6 Mar India vs Ireland Bangalore
22 6 Mar England vs South Africa Chennai
23 7 Mar Kenya vs Canada New Delhi
24 8 Mar Pakistan vs New Zealand Pallekelle
25 9 Mar India vs Netherlands New Delhi
26 10 Mar Sri Lanka vs Zimbabwe Pallekelle
27 11 Mar West Indies vs Ireland Mohali
28 11 Mar Bangladesh vs England Chittagong
29 12 Mar India vs South Africa Nagpur
30 13 Mar New Zealand vs Canada Mumbai
31 13 Mar Australia vs Kenya Bangalore
32 14 Mar Pakistan vs Zimbabwe Pallekelle
33 14 Mar Bangladesh vs Netherlands Chittagong
34 15 Mar South Africa vs Ireland Kolkata
35 16 Mar Australia vs Canada Bangalore
36 17 Mar England vs West Indies Chennai
37 18 Mar Sri Lanka vs New Zealand Mumbai
38 18 Mar Ireland vs Netherlands Kolkata
39 19 Mar Australia vs Pakistan Colombo
40 19 Mar Bangladesh vs South Africa Dhaka
41 20 Mar Zimbabwe vs Kenya Kolkata
42 20 Mar India vs West Indies Chennai
43 23 Mar First Quarterfinal Dhaka
44 24 Mar Second Quarterfinal Colombo
45 25 Mar Third Quarterfinal Dhaka
46 26 Mar Fourth Quarterfinal Ahmedabad
47 29 Mar First Semifinal Colombo
48 30 Mar Second Semifinal Mohali
49 02 Apr FINAL Mumbai
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Cricket World Cup 2011 venue: With India as the main host of ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 , Cricket World Cup 2011 venue includes stadiums of cities like Dhaka, Mumbai, Kolkata, Mohali, Colombo, Chennai, Nagpur, Ahmedabad, chittagong and Bangalore. Cricket World Cup 2011 venue also includes new venues like Pallekelle and Hambantota – both being in Sri Lanka.

Cricket World Cup 2011 teams: Cricket World Cup 2011 teams include 4 times winner Australia, 2 times winners West Indies, South Africa, India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Zimbabwe, New Zealand, Netherlands, Canada, Ireland, England and Kenya. Groups in which Cricket World Cup 2011 teams are divided:

Group A

– Australia, Pakistan, New Zealand, Sri Lanka, Zimbabwe, Canada and Kenya.

Group B

– India, South Africa, England, Bangladesh, West Indies, Netherlands and Ireland.

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History Of Chaudhary Cast : Cast History In Pakistan

History Of Chaudhary Cast : Cast History In Pakistan

Chaudhary (Hindi: चौधरी , Urdu: چودهری, Bengali: চৌধুরী) is a term in Indo-Aryan languages, literally meaning "holder of four". Traditionally, the term is used as a title indicating the ownership of ancestral land, but in contemporary usage it is often taken as a surname or title. The spelling of the word varies in different areas. In some cases it may also mean "power".

The Gujjars (or Gurjars) of Northern India, such as in the NCR region and Haryana, use Chaudhary as a surname.

In Andhra Pradesh, the title is used by the Kamma caste. It is typically spelt as Chowdary to differentiate from other users of the title in other parts of India.

In Bihar, the Choudhary s are known for owning large ancestral lands. In the north and eastern Indian states of Bihar and Bengal, the title is used by Kulin Brahmins and certain Muslim Taluqdar families.Kamboja caste groups with Kayastha connections in Nizami times also used this title.[citation needed]

In northern Indian states such as Haryana, the title is used by landowning ethnic groups and tribes, mainly by Jats. However, it is also used by the Ojnaas, Yadavs, Rajputs, Kambohs, Minhas, Sulehria, Ghore Waha and Sainis.

In Pakistan, the title is given to members of landowning tribes such as the Gujjars and Jatts.
[edit] History

The earliest written references are from the 15th century, when this title was conferred by the Sultans of the Delhi Sultanate upon its military nobles of Indian origins.

The title became significant during the Mughal era as the Mughal Emperors conferred it upon some privileged Taluqdars (area administrators), initially in the Punjab region, and then throughout most of North India. A taluqa or district usually consisted of 84 villages and a central town during this era. The Taluqdar was required to collect taxes, maintain law and order, and provide military supplies and manpower to the provincial government. In most cases the Taluqdars were entitled to retain a tenth of the collected revenue. However, some privileged Taluqdars were entitled to a quarter and hence were called Chowdhury , which also literally means "owner of the fourth part".

The Mughal Emperor Zaheerudin Babur mentions the Chowdhury s of Bhera in his book, Tuzk-e-Babri; they were appointed by the Turk King Alauddin Khilji. According to the Glossary of Punjab Castes, the Talukdars belonging to Mair-Minhas and Mughal Kassar مغل کسر/ مغل قصر tribes of the Dhani country (present-day Chakwal District) in the northwest of Punjab were among the first few to receive this honourific title from the Mughal Emperor Zaheerudin Babur, for their services to his army during a later expedition in that region.

During the Sikh rule in Punjab, the title became very common and quite a few village headmen or "Lumberdars" were given "Chowdhury " as a title by Maharaja Ranjit Singh. Ever since, the Chowdhury s of Chakwal style themselves as "Chowdhurial" to distinguish themselves from the newly appointed men.

The Tyagi community (a division of the Bhumihaar community), which is a landlord community in west Uttar Pradesh, Delhi and Hariyana, uses "Chaudhary " as a title. e.g., Chaudhary Kalicharan Tyagi.

Chaudhary as a surname is also used by the Kammas of coastal Andhra Pradesh. During the 16th century, the Golkonda Nawab Ibrahim Qutb Shah captured the coastal regions of Andhra Pradesh. Rayarao, his Maratha commander, appointed Kammas as Deshmukhs and Choudhary s in 497 villages, beginning the use of the title "Choudhary " for Kammas in coastal Andhra Pradesh.
[edit] Current usage

Although the title has lost its original exclusivity, in both Indian and Pakistani Punjab regions a Chowdhury is still considered a leader of a tribe in some villages and small towns. Male members of Chowdhury families are entitled to use the prefix "CH.", an abbreviation for Chowdhury that acts as a courtesy title before their first name.

In the northern and eastern Indian states of Bihar and Bengal, this title is still used by Brahmins and certain Muslim Taluqdar families. Roy or Chowdhury is used by Zamindars of Bengal (Bangladesh).

The Kammas of coastal Andhra Pradesh, use Chowdary (mainly spelt as such) as a title and as a symbol of honour.

Since the partition of British India, people from many tribes have retained this title in Pakistan as well, including the Gujjars, Jats, Tyagis, Muslim Janjua, Minhas, and Sulehria tribes.

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History Of Chaudhary Cast : Cast History In Pakistan


If Web Browsers Were Celebrities

If Web Browsers Were Celebrities

It’s been a while since we looked at the sky and actually saw real birds. It seems like all winged creatures have been reduced to a blue chubby digital one. Similarly, telling a joke these days consists of sending friends a link to a hilarious YouTube video, and our new concept of “mayor” is even more unstable than in real politics. We are so glued to our screens that without anyone realizing it, web browsers have become our new celebrities. We hate them. We love them. We define ourselves by them. We read about their shenanigans in the press. And mostly, we can’t stop staring at them.” [via Walyou]

If Web Browsers Were Celebrities

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Beautiful places in Pakistan..

A trip through Pakistan is a face to face encounter with a fascinating land that has withstood countless invasions and preserved the essence of its conquerors in the form of present day monuments and archaeological heritage.For those with an intrinsic love of mountains, Pakistan offers the unique pleasure of its northern mountain ranges, the Himalayas, the Hindukush and the Karakorams - a mountain wonderland unrivalled in the entire world with such formidable peaks as the K-2, the Nanga Parbat, the Rakaposhi, and the Trichmir. These ranges present an awesome challenge for those looking for trekking, mountaineering, angling, or jeep safaris. The resorts in these remote valleys make for an ideal summer get-away.
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What the “ZIP” in “ZIP Code” Stands For & What Numbers Signify

Today I found out what the “ZIP” in “ZIP Code” stands for and what the numbers signify.

ZIP Code or “Zone Improvement Plan Code” was a system put in place by the U.S. Postal Service on July 1, 1963.  The hope was that these ZIP codes would allow the postal service to more efficiently and therefore more quickly route mail.
Before the official nation-wide ZIP code system, the U.S. Postal Service had a system of postal zones for large cities as far back as 1943.  This postal zone number would be added to the address after the city name, but before the state name. (e.g. Bilbo Baggins, 3421 Bagend, Hobbiton 27, Eriador; where “27″ is the postal zone within the city of Hobbiton)  This allowed for more efficient sorting of mail and, thus, quicker deliver times in high volume areas.                          
                                                                                                  Mr. ZIP: Official Mascot of the ZIP Code System
In 1944, post office employee, Robert Moon, submitted a proposal for a nation-wide postal zone system.  In Moon’s system, which was eventually slightly modified and then adopted, the first three digits would stand for the sectional center facility (SFC); an SFC is just a central mail processing facility in a certain region.  Specifically, the first digit ends up standing for a group of U.S. states (0-9 numbered from east to west, ascending) with the second and third digits representing a region in that group that is covered by some SFC.  The Postal System then added on to Moon’s system two extra numbers which indicate the post office or postal zone, within the region, the mail should go to.
Starting around 1983, the U.S. Postal service introduced the ZIP+4 system.  In this system, the 5 digit ZIP code number signifies the same thing as before and the extra 4 digits at the end signify an area within a certain post office’s coverage area.  Specifically, the six and seventh digits indicate a “delivery sector”, such as a group of streets; a group of office buildings; etc.  The last two numbers then indicate a “delivery segment” which could indicate a floor of an office building; the side of the street the address is on; etc.   This allows for more efficient sorting within a single post office that deals in high volumes of mail.
The new ZIP+4 system never really caught on with the general public and is somewhat superfluous as mail today is read by a multi-line optical character reader (MLOCR) that can almost always determine the correct ZIP+4 code for an address.  This machine also sprays a Postnet barcode on the face of the mail that corresponds to the full ZIP+4 code; thus, writing it in by hand before you mail something is generally no more efficient than not writing it in, because the automatic sorting systems the Postal Service has use this Postnet barcode, rather than the specific written address for sorting.
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  • Once the ZIP code system was put in place, the U.S. Postal Service only required that bulk mailers use the ZIP codes, though they wanted everyone to use them.  The Postal Service struggled, in the beginning, to get the general public to start using the zip codes.  They eventually more or less decided to give up on convincing adults and instead they created a cartoon character “Mr. ZIP” in order to try to get kids to start using ZIP codes.  They figured that the kids would then encourage parents to use the ZIP codes when they saw their parents leaving the ZIP codes out on mail.  Further, when the kids grew older, they would teach their kids to use ZIP codes.
  • Mr. ZIP was based on a design by Howard Wilcox, who was the son of a letter carrier.  This was a design done for a New York bank that was a child-like sketch of a postman delivering a letter.  After AT&T acquired the rights to the design, they made it available to the Postal Service to use at no cost.  The Postal Service then made a few minor modifications and Mr. ZIP was born.
  • The term “ZIP code” was originally registered as a servicemark, which is a type of trademark, by the U.S. Postal Service, but the registration has since expired allowing companies like UPS and FedEx to use the term freely.
  • You can actually print the Postnet barcode directly onto your mail piece to make it slightly easier for the Postal Service to sort your mail (mainly skipping the step where they have to scan your mail and print the barcode on it).  Many word-processing programs, such as Microsoft Word, include a feature for doing this.
  • Before the 1970s, the United States Postal Service (USPS) was named the United States Post Office Department (USPOD).
  • Interestingly, the ZIP code system was first introduced because the Postal Service was beginning to be overwhelmed with the volume of mail they needed to process in a timely manner, most of which originally was processed by hand.  The ZIP code system made a handy way to increase efficiency in that way.  However, only a few years after the ZIP code system was introduced in the 1960s, the Postal Service began using the MLOCR system for automatic sorting.  Given the address, even without the ZIP code, the MLOCR system is almost always perfectly capable of assigning the ZIP+4 code to the address, with very little mail needing to be human-read to determine the correct address/ZIP code.  So in most cases, including the ZIP or ZIP+4 code with the written address doesn’t really increase mail efficiency much at all as the Postal Service’s initial scanning system can come up with those numbers for your written address on its own.
What the “ZIP” in “ZIP Code” Stands For and What the Numbers Signify

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    Top 30 List of Rich People of Pakistan

    Top 30 Richest People of Pakistan List of 2010
    Here is a list of richest people of Pakistan including individuals and families. It is a very hard task to arrange an exact list of richest Pakistanis, as many rich Pakistanis don’t want to disclose their assets. Here we are giving the names of only those Pakistani’s who have declared their incomes and assets to the Government of Pakistan. This list includes many well known business tycoons, industrialists and Politicians.
    Owner of MCB Bank, Nishat Group of Companies and about 50 other companies.

    2.         ASIF ALI ZARDARI
    Co-Chairman of Pakistan Peoples Party, President of Pakistan. Zardari owned many companies, sugar mills, agricultural land and properties in Pakistan and in foreign countries.

    3.         SIR ANWAR PERVEZ
    Owner of Best Way Group of Companies (Bestway Cash & Carry, Bestway Cement…). He is shareholder of UBL

    Nawaz Sharif is the chairman and founder of Pakistan Muslim League (N) and he was also elected as Prime Minister of Pakistan for two times. Shahbaz Sharif is the Chief Minister of Punjab. Shahbaz Sharif also held this seat in past. Owners of Ittefaq Group and Ittefaq Steel Mills and Foundries.

    He is the tycoon of hostelling industry of Pakistan, chairman of Hashoo Group

    6.         NASIR SCHON & FAMILY
    CEO of Schon Group. Owner of Dubai Lagoon, UAE.

    He owned ARY Group. He is the President of World Memon Organization.

    This group was founded by Seth Habib Metha in 1878. And this group gave a cheque of 80 Million Rupees to Quaid Azam in 1948. Owner of Habib Bank A.G Zurich and Bank Al-Habib, Indus Motors and about 100 other companies and industries.

    Kohinoor Textile Mills and United Bank Limited

    Dewan Mushtaq Group, Dewan Farooqui Motors (Hyundai, KIA, Santro…), Dewan Salman Fibers, Dhan Fibre Company, Share holders of Saudi Cement and Pakland Cement, business partners of  BMW and Rolls Royce in Pakistan.

    Prestigious Group, McDonalds Pakistan

    Developer of Bahria Towns in Islamabad, Lahore and Karachi. He is the first Pakistani who have Bentley Car in Pakistan

    He is a Pakistani Building and StockExchange Tycoon. Developer of Green Fort. It is also said that Seth Abid played very important role behind the success of Pakistani Nuclear Program.

    Chairman of Chenab Group, Chen One Chain Stores

    Sitara Group of Companies (Sitara Chemicals, Sitara Textiles, Sitara Energy and Yasir Spinning Mills),

    Developer, Land Owner near Gawadar Port

    17.     RAZZAQ DAWOOD
    Chairman of Dawood Group and Descon Group

    Avari Group of Companies, Avari Hotels, Avari Towers, hotels in UAE, Ramada Inn Toronto

    Chairman and Founder of Cupola Group of Companies. He owned KFC, Pizza Hut, Harry Ramsden’s, TGI Fridays, Pizza Express and Al-Abraj Investment Company.

    He manages all properties of Asif Ali Zardari in USA. He is an investor.

    Cherat Cement Company, Cherat Papersack, Cherat Electric Company, Mirpurkhas Sugar Mills, Greaves Air-Conditioning, Greaves Engineering Services, Unicol Ltd, AJV Company, Madian Hydro Power Plant, Zensoft Company.

    22.     SHAHID LUQMAN
    He was born in Gujrat, is a financier from Manchester and has founded ‘Pearl Holdings’ for the property finance market He is a prominent property developer in the UK and in Pakistan.

    23.     MUKHTAR AHMED
    Ibrahim Group, shareholder of Allied Bank Limited of Pakistan

    AKD Group of Companies

    25.     SYED FAMILY
    This family owns Packages Limited, Many Coca Cola Bottling Plants in Pakistan, Nestle Milk Pak, Treet Corporation, Mitchell’s and Tri Pack Films.

    26.     SAIF FAMILY
    Famous Politicians and Businessmen belong to this family of NWFP (Khyber Pakhtoonkhwah)

    27.     JEHANGIR ELAHI
    Genertech Power Plant and 04 other companies are owned by him.

    28.     SHERAZI FAMILY
    Atlas Group, Sherazi Investments, Atlas Bank, Atlas Honda Motorcycles and Cars,

    29.     NOON FAMILY
    This is a landlord family of Bhalwal (Sargodha) and Mitha Tiwana (Khushab). This family also owns many industries and companies.

    30.     MIAN ABDULLAH
    Textile Manufacturer and Exporter

    Top 30 Richest People of Pakistan List of 2010