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July 14, 2011

Bollywood and Hollywood Get Red Hot with Their Outfits!

We have been noticing the recurring trend of Hollywood and Bollywood stars wearing red lately, and we decided it would be fun to look at what is hot and what is not so flattering. Help us decide in the next few pictures, who wears the red trend well, and who needs a new stylist.




First, we have the young Hollywood beauty, Jessica Alba above, wearing a Dolce & Gabbana dress on the red carpet. While this designer is greatly admired, we are not feeling this kooky dress. It’s got a weirdly detailed belt-type-thing, and widened thighs that just look odd. While it is certainly a high-fashion dress, it’s going to need something more (or less) for it to be considered “red hot.” What do you think about this one?




Next, we see a Bollywood star on the show ‘India’s Most Desirable,’ Deepika Padukone, in a one-shoulder dress with one long sleeve. While this is a simple look, we think simple is sometimes the best when it comes to bold colors like red, and Deepika wears it well. She is definitely red hot; do you agree with us?




We then looked at another Hollywood actress, Marisa Tomei, who wore a Donna Karan mini dress on the People’s Choice Awards red carpet. The strapless number has a form-fitting top half, and it is slightly detailed from the waist to the knee. Marisa paired it with a pretty necklace and matching clutch, and we think she is definitely red hot. Do you think so, too, or do you have a different opinion?


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July 11, 2011

Sonam Kapoor And Neil Nitin Mukesh Share Their Affection Over Twitter

Abbas Mustan’s upcoming action thriller, Players, has being creating some exciting news as of late, first the prime minister of New Zealand visited the film set in India and now two popular co-stars are sharing their love over Twitter.


The movie stars biggies like Bobby Deol, Bipasha Basu, Abhishek Bachchan, Sonam Kapoor, Neil Nitin Mukesh, Johnny Lever, Omi Vaidya, and Aftab Shivdasani. However, two actors seem to be getting along like a house on fire, yes we’re talking about Sonam Kapoor and Neil Nitin Mukesh who’ve been complimenting one another over twitter.



Sonam tweeted; ‘Last day of my song with @NeilNMukesh! He’s a sweetheart…Even when he steps on my feet.’ To which Neil tweeted back saying, ‘Great day at shoot with my darling @sonamakapoor, I’ve troubled her loads. But she is simply amazing.’

The usage of the words, darling and sweetheart over this twitter conversation has surely created a buzz in B-town. Previously, Sonam had been linked to Ranbir Kapoor and Shahid Kapoor, we wonder if Neil Nitin Mukesh is next in line?


Players is a Hindi remake of the British film The Italian Job, set to release in December, we look forward to watching how Sonam and Neil’s dance number turns out as the two seem to have so much chemistry.


In the meantime let us know whether you think Sonam Kapoor and Neil Nitin Mukesh make a good pair.


July 4, 2011

Young students exhibit their talent in robotics contest

Rawalpindi:National Engineering Robotics Contest 2011 was organised by STEM Career Programme, HEC and NUST at the College of Electrical & Mechanical Engineering (EME) Rawalpindi on Saturday.


Dr. Akhtar Nawaz Malik, the Dean of Academics in his opening address, welcomed all the teams and guests. He stressed that co & extra-curricular activities play a very important role in building a sound personality & a successful human being.


Brigadier Dr. Javed Iqbal, the Head of Mechatronics Department and chief organiser of the contest, informed that 160 items from different Engineering Universities, Colleges and Institutes from all over the country registered for the qualifying round.


Major General Muhammad Shahid, Commandant College of Electrical & Mechanical Engineering appreciated how the number of participants had grown over the years and the standard of the competition has risen.


At the end of the ceremony the chief guest Dr. Ansar Parvez, Chairman Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission gave away the prizes to the winning teams of the contest in the following categories Winner NERC 2011 Shield with cash prize of Rs80,000 was awarded to Virtuoso (SEECS, NUST), 1st Runner up NERC 2011 Shield with cash prize of Rs50,000 was awarded to Line Cruser Returns (University of Lahore), 2nd Runner up NERC 2011 Shield with cash prize of Rs40,000 was awarded to Box Hunter (Bahria University), 2 x Best Engineering Excellence Awards were given to the team M6 from College of Electrical & Mechanical Engineering and Infinity from CASE, 3 x Best Engineering Design Award with cash prize of Rs30,000 each was awarded to Nuts & Volts (NED, Karachi), Mechatron (Wah Engineering College), MUET boy (MUET, Jamshoro), Winner NERC 2011 Lego Award with cash prize of Rs25,000 was shared by Agent 47 (Beacon house Educational Complex) and Appache786 (Army Public School E & ME), 1st Runner up NERC 2011 Lego Award with cash prize of Rs15,000 was awarded to Balistic Catapult (Beacon House Educational Complex), 2nd Runner up NERC 2011 Lego Award with cash prize of Rs10,000 was awarded to Lego Baba and Captain Jack Sparrow, Youngest participants Award with cash prize of Rs5,000 was awarded to Fayed Arshad of 6th class in Headstart School, 5 x Participants & Performance Awards (Less NUST Students) Rs15,000 each to Legomegatron (Headstart School), Infiltrator (FG Sir Syed College), Kratos (SEECS, NUST), Botzilla (NED University), The Quest Small boy (Quaid-i-Azam University of Engineering, Nawabshah), Spirit of


Participation Award was awarded to Baluchistan Institute of IT, Engineering and Management sciences.The news.

July 4, 2011

Young students exhibit their talent in robotics contest

Rawalpindi:National Engineering Robotics Contest 2011 was organised by STEM Career Programme, HEC and NUST at the College of Electrical & Mechanical Engineering (EME) Rawalpindi on Saturday.

Dr. Akhtar Nawaz Malik, the Dean of Academics in his opening address, welcomed all the teams and guests. He stressed that co & extra-curricular activities play a very important role in building a sound personality & a successful human being.

Brigadier Dr. Javed Iqbal, the Head of Mechatronics Department and chief organiser of the contest, informed that 160 items from different Engineering Universities, Colleges and Institutes from all over the country registered for the qualifying round.

Major General Muhammad Shahid, Commandant College of Electrical & Mechanical Engineering appreciated how the number of participants had grown over the years and the standard of the competition has risen.

At the end of the ceremony the chief guest Dr. Ansar Parvez, Chairman Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission gave away the prizes to the winning teams of the contest in the following categories Winner NERC 2011 Shield with cash prize of Rs80,000 was awarded to Virtuoso (SEECS, NUST), 1st Runner up NERC 2011 Shield with cash prize of Rs50,000 was awarded to Line Cruser Returns (University of Lahore), 2nd Runner up NERC 2011 Shield with cash prize of Rs40,000 was awarded to Box Hunter (Bahria University), 2 x Best Engineering Excellence Awards were given to the team M6 from College of Electrical & Mechanical Engineering and Infinity from CASE, 3 x Best Engineering Design Award with cash prize of Rs30,000 each was awarded to Nuts & Volts (NED, Karachi), Mechatron (Wah Engineering College), MUET boy (MUET, Jamshoro), Winner NERC 2011 Lego Award with cash prize of Rs25,000 was shared by Agent 47 (Beacon house Educational Complex) and Appache786 (Army Public School E & ME), 1st Runner up NERC 2011 Lego Award with cash prize of Rs15,000 was awarded to Balistic Catapult (Beacon House Educational Complex), 2nd Runner up NERC 2011 Lego Award with cash prize of Rs10,000 was awarded to Lego Baba and Captain Jack Sparrow, Youngest participants Award with cash prize of Rs5,000 was awarded to Fayed Arshad of 6th class in Headstart School, 5 x Participants & Performance Awards (Less NUST Students) Rs15,000 each to Legomegatron (Headstart School), Infiltrator (FG Sir Syed College), Kratos (SEECS, NUST), Botzilla (NED University), The Quest Small boy (Quaid-i-Azam University of Engineering, Nawabshah), Spirit of

Participation Award was awarded to Baluchistan Institute of IT, Engineering and Management sciences.The news.