Champions Trophy 2009 Match Schedual South Africa

Champions Trophy 2009 IN South Africa
Complete Match Schedual

September 2009
Tue 22 12:30 GMT, 14:30 local
1st Match, Group B - South Africa v Sri Lanka

SuperSport Park, Centurion


Wed 23 12:30 GMT, 14:30 local
2nd Match, Group A - Pakistan v West Indies

The Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg


Thu 2407:30 GMT, 09:30 local
3rd Match, Group B - South Africa v New Zealand

SuperSport Park, Centurion


Fri 25 12:30 GMT, 14:30 local
4th Match, Group B - England v Sri Lanka

The Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg


Sat 2607:30 GMT, 09:30 local
5th Match, Group A - Australia v West Indies

The Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg


Sat 26 12:30 GMT, 14:30 local
6th Match, Group A - India v Pakistan

SuperSport Park, Centurion


Sun 2707:30 GMT, 09:30 local
7th Match, Group B - New Zealand v Sri Lanka

The Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg


Sun 27 12:30 GMT, 14:30 local
8th Match, Group B - South Africa v England

SuperSport Park, Centurion

Mon 28 12:30 GMT, 14:30 local
9th Match, Group A - India v Australia

SuperSport Park, Centurion


Tue 29 12:30 GMT, 14:30 local
10th Match, Group B - England v New Zealand

The Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg


Wed 3007:30 GMT, 09:30 local
11th Match, Group A - Pakistan v Australia

SuperSport Park, Centurion


Wed 30 12:30 GMT, 14:30 local
12th Match, Group A - India v West Indies

The Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg

Oct-2009
Fri 02 12:30 GMT, 14:30 local
1st Semi-Final - A1 v B2

SuperSport Park, Centurion


Sat 03 12:30 GMT, 14:30 local
2nd Semi-Final - B1 v A2

The Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg

Mon 05 12:30 GMT, 14:30 local
Final - TBC v TBC

SuperSport Park, Centurion

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Basic Sub-Programming and File Handling Questions

1) What is a sub program or module?
2) How many types of sub-programming in BASIC. Name them
3) What is Standard of Built In Sub-programming?
4) What is User’s Defined Sub-programming?
5) What are numeric functions?
6) What are string functions?
7) What is a sub-routine?
8) What is GOSUB-RETURN STATEMENT?
9) What is a character?
10) What is data field?
11) What is record?
12) What is program file?
13) What is data file?
14) What is Random Access Method?
15) What is Sequential Access Method?
16) What is OPEN STATEMENT?
17) Name modes of OPEN statement
18) What is OUTPUT MODE?
19) What is INPUT MODE?
20) What is APPEND mode
21) What is BUFFER?
22) What is WRITE# statement?
23) Differentiate between WRITE and PRINT statement
24) How will you close a file?
25) What are Random Files?

Very Basic Questions for Graphics Designing

1) Define Graphics?
2) On what factors graphics depends?
3) What is a Pixel?
4) What is a text resolution?
5) Define coordinates?
6) How is a coordinate determined?
7) How many modes BASIC provides for displaying data?
8) Why we use text mode?
9) Why we use medium resolution graphics?
10) Why we use high resolution graphics?
11) What is screen statement?
12) What is color statement?
13) What is a palette?
14) What is PSET statement?
15) What is LINE statement?
16) What is CIRCLE statement?
17) What is DRAW statement?

MS Word Test Questions

How to Make Test Questions for MS Word, i have Some Sample Question for you. If you are a teacher of MS Word then these questions are very usefull for you.

1) Give disadvantages of writing documents by hand
2) Give advantages of writing documents using WORD
3) Give the characteristics of MS-WORD
4) How will you load MS-WORD?
5) Name the screen lay-out of MS-WORD
6) What is title bar?
7) What is menu bar\?
8) What is drop down menu
9) What are shortcuts?
10) What is tool bar?
11) What is formatting tool bar?
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13) What is insertion?
14) What is end mark?
15) What is I-Beam?
16) What is status bar?
17) What is scroll bar?
18) What is horizontal scroll bar?
19) What is vertical scroll bar?
20) What is Ruler?
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22) How will you find and replace words?
23) How will you set paragraph spacing?
24) How will you set line spacing?
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Pakistan vs Netherland LIve Match

Pakistan 175/5 (20/20 ov)

Netherlands 93/10 (17.3/20 ov)

Pakistan won by 82 runs

  • Netherlands RR 5.31
  • Last 5 ovs 23/4 RR 4.60
  • Required RR 33.20
  • Pakistan RR 8.75






































Pakistan 175/5 (20/20 ov)

Netherlands 91/9 (16.5/20 ov)

Netherlands require another 85 runs with 1 wicket and 19 balls remaining

  • Netherlands RR 5.40
  • Last 5 ovs 29/3 RR 5.80
  • Required RR 26.84
  • Pakistan RR 8.75

























































Pakistan 175/5 (20/20 ov)

Netherlands 74/7 (13.2/20 ov)

Netherlands require another 102 runs with 3 wickets and 40 balls remaining

  • Netherlands RR 5.55
  • Last 5 ovs 28/5 RR 5.60
  • Required RR 15.30
  • Pakistan RR 8.75















































































































Pakistan 175/5 (20/20 ov)

Netherlands 29/1 (5.1/20 ov)

Netherlands require another 147 runs with 9 wickets and 14.5 overs remaining

  • Netherlands RR 5.61
  • Last 5 ovs 29/1 RR 5.80
  • Required RR 9.91
  • Pakistan RR 8.75



















Pakistan 175/5 (20/20 ov)

Netherlands 25/1 (4.0/20 ov)

Netherlands require another 151 runs with 9 wickets and 16.0 overs remaining

  • Netherlands RR 6.25
  • Required RR 9.43
  • Pakistan RR 8.75



















Pakistan 175/5 (20/20 ov)

Netherlands 13/1 (1.5/20 ov)

Netherlands require another 163 runs with 9 wickets and 18.1 overs remaining

  • Netherlands RR 7.09
  • Required RR 8.97
  • Pakistan RR 8.75



















Pakistan 175/5 (20.0/20 ov)

Netherlands

Pakistan won the toss and elected to bat

Innings break

  • Pakistan RR 8.75
  • Last 5 ovs 60/2 RR 12.00
















Pakistan vs Netherland LIve Match

Pakistan 173/5 (19.5/20 ov)

Netherlands

Pakistan won the toss and elected to bat

  • Pakistan RR 8.75
  • Last 5 ovs 60/2 RR 12.00



















Pakistan vs Netherland LIve Match

Pak 171/5
19.3Over

CORPORATE LESSON 1

A crow was sitting on a tree, doing nothing all day.
A small rabbit saw the crow, and asked him, "Can I also sit like you and do nothing all day long?”
The crow answered: "Sure, why not.”
So, the rabbit sat on the ground below the crow, and rested.
All of a sudden, a fox appeared,
Jumped on the rabbit... and ate it.

Moral of the story is….
To be sitting and doing nothing
you must be sitting very, very high up.

Learn from this Leasson....

TOP 10 THINGS THAT PUT PRETTY GIRLS OFF

Pretty girls have a surplus amount of attitude for the fact that they are… only pretty! They have higher standards than the average or not-so-pretty girls. Pretty girls since being the more sensitive beings are delicate and easily put off and put down. It is therefore next to impossible to please them. Every itty bitty, petty things put them off while a major one makes them suicidal. For this reason there are several things that can put them off:
1. When someone is not up to their standards, he is blessed by a cold shoulder from their highnesses.
2. Apparently they huff and puff when stared, but somewhere deep down in their heart they heave a sigh of satisfaction that they still stand the second-glance test. It is even more tormenting if their beauty goes unnoticed and they resort to the nearest mirror if not the parlor for their denting and painting.
3. Even more irksome is the gummy smile that follows after a successful one on one eye contact. The ones with guts, who move a head further by becoming vocal and expressing their delight by a “Mashallah” are loathed the most by these pretty Queens.
4. Talking about guys, there is a limitless list that puts girls off. Men in tight clothes showing off their body to, men who stink, men with bad breath, men showing bravado and the counterfeit courtesy they give to girls to show how just civilized and well mannered they are with the ulterior motive of “wanna-frandhip” behind every such act. Grrr!
5. They are most pissed off by the leery gazes they often get wherever they go. But it's not fair just to blame the gazers; after all they are just appreciating the beauty created by God. Who does not like beauty?

MAIN DISTRIBUTION FRAME (MDF) CABINETS AND DP

MDF,CABINETS AND DP
MAIN DISTRIBUTION FRAME (M.D.F).

Frame in the exchange used for making cross connections between the incoming cables and exchange equipment. On the line side of the frame the cables terminate on protector strips.

It is a connecting/testing point where incoming cable (from switch room) out-going cable to cabinet are terminated. It is of two types
(i) Wall Type.
(ii) Floor Type.

Both sides cables are terminated systematically and join them with a wire i.e. called jumper wire. By this we can change or shift a number easily.
DEFINITION OF CABINET:
It is a small testing point where primary and secondary pairs are terminated.

CABINET CAPACITY:
Total number of primary and secondary pairs those terminated in a cabinet is called capacity of cabinet.

CONSTRUCTION OF CABINET:
It is an almirah made of iron and fiber. It is fixed on the stand made of bricks and cement.

TYPES OF CABINETS:
1 50/100 poles mount cabinet
2 300/400 Single door cabinet
3 600/800 Double door cabinet
4 500/700 cabinet
5 1000/1400 cabinet
50/100 PAIRS CABINET
This cabinet is a small box made of iron or plastic. It is equipped with three C.T boxes each has 50 pairs. One CT box is for the primary pairs (1 to50), 2 C.T boxes (50 pairs of 5 DPS each) for the secondary pairs. Counting of the primary CT box is done pair-wise and the secondary CT box, DP wire. This cabinet is 8’ high from the ground.

300/400 PAIRS CABINET
This cabinet is a big box made of iron or plastic. It is equipped with 7 CT boxes and each CT box has 100 pairs. 3 CT boxes i.e. 300 pairs for primary and 4 CT boxes 8.3 400 pairs for secondary. These CT boxes are fitted in the following ways.
In CT box of the top is called secondary or outgoing and the next one is known as primary or incoming. The same procedure is used for other CT boxes. The counting of the primary CT boxes is done pair-wise and that of secondary DP wise.

600/800 PAIRS CABINET:
This cabinet is a big box made of iron or plastic. It is equipped with 14 CT boxes having 100 pairs. The six CT boxes used for primary and 8 CT boxes for secondary. The CT boxes are fitted in the following ways: First CT Box of the top called secondary of outgoing. The proceeding one is called primary or incoming. The same procedure is used for other CT boxes, the counting of the primary CT boxes is done pair-wise and that of secondary DP wise. The 600/800 cabinets are fitted on bricks.

In new types of cabinet:
1. Counting of DPS is started from up to down.
2. Counting of pairs is started from left to right.
3. The color of primary terminating strip is White.
4. The color of secondary terminating strip is Gray.
5. Primary and Secondary pairs are connected with the help of insertion tool.
6. Primary and Secondary cables are terminated on the upper side of the terminating strip and jumper wire is terminated on the lower side.
7. It is made in single and double side formation.
Each CT Box consists of 100 pairs but the procedure of termination of cable in the cabinet is quite different. The first row of left side in vertical position is secondary and then primary and then again primary while fourth one is secondary.

ADVANTAGES OF CABINET:
1 It is a testing point where primary and secondary pairs are terminated.
2 50 and 100 pairs C.T. Boxes are terminated.
3 Cable is terminated on rare side of the CT box.
4 Primary and secondary pairs are connected with the jumper wire on the front side of the CT box.
5 The counting of CT boxes is started from up to down.
6 The formation of CT boxes in the cabinet is first secondary, second primary then secondary and again primary and so on.
7 Faulty cable pair can be changed easily.
8 A chart is placed in the cabinet to note the primary cable and DPS numbers and their location.
9 There are holes in the lower sides of the cabinet to enter the cable.
10 These are guided rings in the cabinet to pass the jump wire, and keep them in compact formation.
11 The counting of DPS is started from left to right.
12 The counting of pairs is started from up to down and left to right.
13 Primary cable is inserted from the left side of the cabinet holes and secondary cable from the right side.