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Cinema Star - the biggest movie theater - opens in Thane

Thane, India, Mar 12, 2011 (Washington Bangle Radio / PRLog ) Cinema Star, Thane's newest multiplex, opened today.  Thane-ites can now savor the flavors of their favorite Hollywood, Bollywood, and regional movies at Cinema Star, which is the biggest multiplex in the City. It also features the  first all-digital, 3D-enabled auditoriums  equipped with the state-of-the-art audio and video technology that provides scratch-free scenes with finest picture quality and crystal clear surround sound, making it a stunningly engaging and realistic cinema viewing experience.

Style Statement (Woman Entrepreneur)


Michigan, March 5, 2011 (Washington Bangla Radio): Deepa Patial is a known name today in the fashion world. Her own designer creations 'Dhaani' is a hot favorite among today's youngster's who prefer to look chic and wear trendy yet traditional dresses. Deepa spoke to WBRi about herself and her creations.


Academy Awards Nominee for Art Direction & Visual Effects (Harry Potter & the Deathly Hallows--Part 1)


Michigan: February 20, 2011: Just about a couple of days left for the Oscars to happen; Sunday, 27th February, 2011. The red carpets will roll and the glitterati of the tinsel town will gather to see who would be the lucky ones to take home the knight and millions of cinelovers will tune in to watch the World’s most glamorous ceremony.


Consumers Bullish on Movies in 2011 : Survey

Boulder, CO, January 25, 2011 (Washington Bangla Radio / PRWEB) A new survey by leading customer intelligence firm Market Force Information reveals good news for the entertainment industry: about one in five consumers expect to watch more movies in 2011, while just 8% of respondents said they will view fewer flicks this year. A resurgence in spending on entertainment such as movies could indicate a lift in the economic mood.

The Movie Consumption Survey also found a change in the reasons why consumers go the theater to watch a movie. In 2009, 32% said they would go to the theater to watch a movie because they did not want to wait to see it, but that percentage dipped to 25% in 2010. This shift is likely due to the proliferation of movies available for instant download shortly after they are released.


The Statesman, New Delhi, Sept 30 1964 Indian Newspaper Solves Decades Long UFO Case Mystery

Playa Del Rey, CA, December 6, 2010 (Washington Bangla Radio / PRWEB Press Release) In 1975, Swiss UFO contactee, Billy Meier, took and released the first of his many stunningly clear UFO photos.

Or so people may have thought up until now.

But an old article culled from the archives of the September 30, 1964 issue of the New Delhi Statesman, a prominent Indian newspaper founded in 1818, reveals a far different story.

According to Michael Horn, Meier’s U.S. media representative, it may conclusively confirm Meier's amazing claims and simultaneously destroy all of the skeptical arguments against them.

"I recently came across a copy of the 1964 article that I had somehow forgotten about. While reading it again several important things caught my attention. There were details about Meier, hitchhiking with only a couple of bags and an old folding camera, then robbed of all his money when he arrived in Mehrauli, where he'd been unable to find any paying work, etc. His poverty and lack of resources eliminated any means, or opportunity, for him to make and photograph models of UFOs, as the skeptics would like us to believe. Of course many more witnesses who've seen, and even photographed the UFOs themselves, have come forth in recent years to vouch for Meier's truthfulness.


Telephone Interview Tips: Five Ways to Botch a Phone Interview

Calcutta, November 1, 2010 (Washington Bangla Radio / malebits press release) Phone interviews are a fairly fundamental part of the job search process. Yet many candidates fail to progress beyond this stage in their pursuit of a particular job.

Phone interviews are a fairly fundamental part of the job search process. Yet many candidates fail to progress beyond this stage in their pursuit of a particular job.

"Often, a candidate's failure occurs because he didn't treat the phone interview as seriously he would have a face-to-face meeting with a recruiter or potential employer," says Vicki Salemi, author of 'Big Career in the Big City.'

Salemi pinpoints several phone interview faux pas, which include the following.


Enjoy Fireworks Safely - Practical Fire Safety Tips for Diwali and Kali Puja - WBRi Exclusive

CALCUTTA, Nov 4, 2010 (Washington Bangla Radio) While Diwali - the festival of lights - and Kali Puja - are beautiful days festive celebration with fireworks an integral part of the tradition, especially for kids, Washington Bangla Radio urges caution with fireworks and close supervision of children playing and lighting them.

A great number of fireworks injuries are caused by fireworks burning hands and legs, with the majority of such injuries occurring to young children.

Check out some basic tips on fireworks safety on Washington Bangla Radio.



Tambourine--the online english magazine for kids from Kolkata

The 3rd Issue of the Online English Magazine for kids has been uploaded.

Click the image to visit the magazine :

www.boipatro.com/tambourine/3/index.html





Star Wars Clone Wars Ultimate Blaster Can Be Assembled in different ways to create different configurations

That part of it seems perfect to me though, as he's developing some coordination with his hands while playing with this toy but it's not too hard for him to do, which would make him uninterested or have us changing it all the time. His little friend also loves it, I'm sure his parents will end up buying this too. My older teen son likes to play with it also, which gives the 4 year-old an occasional play partner (he will even gladly let the older brother use the better gun cuz he's happy to have him playing guns with him). Heck, I even play with it with him sometimes!


MUFON Eastern Region Director George Flier Supports Billy Meier UFO Case

Playa Del Rey, CA, October 25, 2010 (Washington Bangla Radio / PRWEB)  In an unexpected development pertaining to the evidence rich, but widely censored, Billy Meier UFO contact case in Switzerland, a prominent long time director for MUFON, the most well known international UFO investigation organization, broke ranks with official policy and expressed his support for the Meier case.

George A. Flier, MUFON's Eastern Region Director and a retired Major in the USAF, prominently displayed one of Meier's UFO photographs from the pre-computer 1970s, along with information about high level scientific support for the case. He also endorsed the assessment of authenticity by another trusted military man, the late Lt. Col. Wendelle Stevens, who was the lead independent investigator in the case.

Watch the video and read all about the unexpected development on Washington Bangla Radio.



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