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Lit, Bhulath

For other uses, see Lit.

Lit

Village

Lit

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Location in Punjab, India

Coordinates: 31°29′47″N 75°29′02″E / 31.496509°N 75.483991°E / 31.496509; 75.483991Coordinates: 31°29′47″N 75°29′02″E / 31.496509°N 75.483991°E / 31.496509; 75.483991

Country
 India

State
Punjab

District
Kapurthala

Government

 • Type
Panchayati raj (India)

 • Body
Gram panchayat

Languages

 • Official
Punjabi

 • Other spoken
Hindi

Time zone
IST (UTC+5:30)

PIN
144401

Telephone code
01822

ISO 3166 code
IN-PB

Vehicle registration
PB-09

Website
kapurthala.gov.in

Lit is a village in Bhulath Tehsil in Kapurthala district of Punjab State, India. It is located 5 kilometres (3.1 mi) from Bhulath, 22 kilometres (14 mi) away from district headquarter Kapurthala. The village is administrated by a sarpanch, an elected representative of the village.[1]
References[edit]

^ “Lit”. census2011.co.in. Retrieved 4 August 2016. 

External links[edit]

Villages in Kapurthala

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Kapurthala district

Cities and villages
in Kapurthala district

Begowal
Bhulath
Dhilwan
Hussainpur
Kapurthala
Phagwara
Sultanpur Lodhi
List of villages in Kapurthala

Other districts

Ajitgarh
Amritsar
Barnala
Bathinda
Faridkot
Fatehgarh Sahib
Firozpur
Gurudaspur
Hoshiarpur
Jalandhar
Ludhiana
Mansa
Moga
Sri Muktsar Sahib
Shaheed Bhagat Singh Nagar
Patiala
Rupnagar
Sangrur
Tarn Taran

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Anacithara minutistriata

Anacithara minutistriata

Scientific classification

Kingdom:
Animalia

Phylum:
Mollusca

Class:
Gastropoda

Clade:
Caenogastropoda

Clade:
Hypsogastropoda

Clade:
Neogastropoda

Superfamily:
Conoidea

Family:
Horaiclavidae

Genus:
Anacithara

Species:
A. minutistriata

Binomial name

Anacithara minutistriata
(E. A. Smith, 1882)

Synonyms[1]

Pleurotoma (Mangilia) minutistriata E. A. Smith, 1882 (original combination)

Anacithara minutistriata is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Horaiclavidae.[1]

Contents

1 Description
2 Distribution
3 References
4 External links

Description[edit]
The length of the ovate, dirty white, semitransparent shell attains 10.5 mm, its diameter 3½ mm. It contains 7½ whorls. The aperture is ovate. The outer lip is thickened close to the lowest rib and is hardly sinuate..The columella has a slight callus. The wide siphonal canal is very short. [2]
Distribution[edit]

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References[edit]

^ a b WoRMS (2015). Anacithara minutistriata (E. A. Smith, 1882). In: MolluscaBase (2015). Accessed through: World Register of Marine Species at http://www.marinespecies.org/aphia.php?p=taxdetails&id=432953 on 2016-12-21
^ Smith, E.A. (1882) Diagnoses of new species of Pleurotomidae in the British Museum. Annals and Magazine of Natural History, series 5, 10, 206–218

External links[edit]

Tucker, J.K. 2004 Catalog of recent and fossil turrids (Mollusca: Gastropoda). Zootaxa 682:1-1295.

Taxon identifiers

GBIF: 6511927
WoRMS: 432953


Torn to Pieces

“Torn to Pieces”

Single by Pop Evil

from the album Onyx

Released
7 March 2014 (2014-03-07)

Format
Digital download

Genre
Post-grunge

Length
3:16

Label
eOne Music

Writer(s)
Dave Bassett, Leigh Kakaty

Producer(s)
Johnny K

Pop Evil singles chronology

“Deal with the Devil”
(2013)
“Torn to Pieces”
(2014)

“Torn to Pieces” is the third single by American rock band Pop Evil from Onyx, the third studio album from the ensemble.

Contents

1 Background
2 Critical reception
3 Music video
4 Chart performance
5 References

Background[edit]
The tune deals with the loss of lead vocalist Leigh Kakaty’s father.[1] Per a social media initiative started by the band, fans were asked to submit photos representing what the tune meant to them.[2] Regarding the song, lead vocalist Leigh Kakaty states “There’s nothing more haunting & torturous to the human soul than the feeling of losing someone close to you without saying goodbye”.[3]
Critical reception[edit]
The Chattanooga Pulse states that the song is “destined for the type of hardwon ubiquity earned by “Last Man Standing,” “Monster You Made” and the Mick Mars collaboration “Boss’s Daughter””[4] while Alessandra Donnelly of EOne Entertainment describes the tune as “a slow, brokenhearted ballad with a simple, catchy melody that flows into an emotional solo”.[5] The Valley Beat goes on to say that “though they resemble the likes of one of their previous ballads, “Monster You Made”, they still have enough balls to fit right in on this record”.[6]
Music video[edit]
The video was directed by Swedish director Johan Carlen.
Chart performance[edit]
In a matter of just over a month, the song went from being No. 1 most added to No. 13 on Active Rock.[7][clarification needed]

Chart (2014)
Peak
position

US Hot Rock Songs (Billboard)[8]
23

US Mainstream Rock (Billboard)[9]
1

References[edit]

^ “Pop Evil – Onyx Review”. Heavymetal.about.com. 2013-05-14. Retrieved 2014-04-09. 
^ “Pop Evil shoot new video for “Torn to Pieces” – Metal Riot”. Metalriot.com. 2014-03-08. Retrieved 2014-04-09. 
^ bravewords.com. “> News > POP EVIL Shoot ‘Torn To Pieces’ Video”. Bravewords.com. Retrieved 2014-04-09. 
^ “Pop Evil – The Pulse » Chattanooga’s Weekly Alternative”. Chattanoogapulse.com. 2014-01-02. Retrieved 2014-04-09. 
^ “Pop Evil: Onyx | The Aquarian Weekly”. Theaquarian.com. 2013-05-15. Retrieved 2014-04-09. 
^ “Pop Evil –


West Bengal State Council of Technical Education

West Bengal Council Of Technical Education

Abbreviation
WBSCTE

Formation
12 June 1996

Legal status
Statutory Body

Headquarters
Kolkata

Location

West Bengal

Main organ

State-level Council

Affiliations
Department of Higher Education (India), Ministry of Human Resource Development

Website
Official Website

Remarks
Sri Ujjal Biswas, Chairman

The West Bengal State Council of Technical Education (WBSCTE) is the statutory body and a state-level council for technical education, under Department of Technical Education & Training (West Bengal), Ministry of Technical Education& training.
Apart from the 86 Polytechnics in the state of West Bengal, India, Polytechnic Institute at Narsingarh in the state of Tripura, India is also affiliated to the West Bengal State Council of Technical Education. The Council has also been entrusted with the responsibilities for conduct of Short Term Vocational Training Programme in different centres and affiliate institutes offering Vocational Courses under the supervision of West Bengal State Council of Vocational Education and Training. The Polytechnics offers 3 year Diploma courses in Engineering/Technology (Pharmacy – 2 year and Marine Engineering – 4 year) along with 1½ year Post Diploma Courses and 4 year Part-time Evening Diploma Courses. Admission to all Polytechnics is conducted through the Joint Entrance Exam.
History[edit]
AICTE had started as an Advisory Body of the Ministry of Education, Government of India. By an Act of Parliament, AICTE was made a Statutory Body in 1987. The Statutory Council advised all States to give autonomous status to the State Councils of Technical Education. On the basis of aforesaid guideline, Government set up a committee under the Chairmanship of Prof. Sankar Sen, the then Vice Chancellor of Jadavpur University to suggest procedure for setting up a Statutory Council for the Technical Education. After examining the recommendations, Government in the Technical Education & Training Department moved a Bill before the Legislative Assembly for setting up a Statutory Council of Technical Education. West Bengal State Council of Technical Education became a Statutory Body under West Bengal Act XXI of 1995. The Council started its activities as a Statutory Body after Gazette Notification on 12 June 1996.
Composition of the Council[edit]
The Council is headed by Minister-in-Charge, Technical Education & Training Department as Ex Officio Chairman. Other members


Frog Redus

Frog Redus

Infielder

Born: (1905-01-03)January 3, 1905
Tullahassee, Oklahoma

Died: March 23, 1979(1979-03-23) (aged 74)
Tulsa, Oklahoma

Batted: Right
Threw: Right

Negro league baseball debut

1924, for the Cleveland Browns

Last appearance

1940, for the Chicago American Giants

Teams

Cleveland Browns (1924)[1]
Indianapolis ABCs (1924)
St. Louis Stars (1924–1931)
Kansas City Monarchs (1930)
Cleveland Stars (1932)
Columbus Blue Birds (1933)
Cleveland Giants (1933)
Cleveland Red Sox (1934)
Chicago American Giants (1934–1940)

Wilson Robert “Frog” Redus (January 29, 1905 – March 23, 1979) was an American baseball infielder in the Negro Leagues. He played from 1924 to 1940 with several teams, including the St. Louis Stars and the Chicago American Giants.[2]
References[edit]

^ “Prime Sports News” The Gazette, Cleveland, Ohio, Saturday, July 24, 1934, Page 2, Columns 3 and 4
^ Riley, James A. (1994). The Biographical Encyclopedia of the Negro Baseball Leagues. New York: Carroll & Graf. ISBN 0-7867-0959-6. 

External links[edit]

Negro league baseball statistics and player information from Baseball-Reference (Negro leagues)

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Manorial waste

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Manorial waste refers to manorial land under English land law which was neither let to tenants nor did it form part of Demesne lands. Typically, this included hedges, verges, etc.

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