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31 December, 2011

Aeshwaria and Abhishake on a party ! See Aeshwaria Expecting


Aeshwaria and Abhishake on a party ! See Aeshwaria Expecting.










Katrina Kaif's 1st picture-Used her body to get in Bollywood


Katrina Kaif's 1st picture . Used her body to get in Bollywood

Katrina Kaif's 1st picture . Used her body to get in Bollywood 




WAAR (2012) - OFFICIAL TRAILER


Pakistani Movie WAAR (2012)


A first look at Pakistan's most anticipated feature film 'WAAR'.
Starring: Shaan Shahid, Aisha Khan, Shamoon Abbasi, Meesha Shafi, Ali Azmat & Hamza Abbasi.
Line Producer : Jameel Ahmed
Writer / Executive Producer : Hassan Rana
Director / Director of Photography: Bilal Lashar
WAAR (2012) - OFFICIAL TRAILER

New Year’s Day TV schedule


New Year’s Day TV schedule: Rose Parade, college bowl games take Sunday off

Since January 1 is on Sunday, the traditional New Year’s Day TV schedule will wait until Monday.Photo: D. Harrington

New Year's Day

New Year's Day

New Year's Day in United States

New Year's Day falls on January 1 and marks the start of a new year according to the Gregorian calendar. It marks the end of New Year's Eve celebrations in the United States and gives many Americans a chance to remember the previous year.
Aerial view of a large fireworks display over the Chicago. ©iStockphoto.com/chrisp0

What do people do?

The start of New Year's Day, at midnight, is heralded by fireworks, parties and special events, which are often televised. Very few people have to work on the day itself. For many it is a day of recovery from the New Year's Eve celebrations the previous night. In some towns and cities, parades are held and special football games are played. The birth of the first baby in the New Year is often celebrated with gifts to his or her parents and appearances in local newspapers and on local news shows. Many people make New Year's resolutions. These are usually promises to themselves that they will improve something in their own lives. Common New Year's resolutions are to stop smoking or drinking alcohol, to lose weight, exercise more or to live a healthier lifestyle.

Public life

Government offices, organizations, schools and many businesses are closed in the USA on New Year's Day. Public transit systems do not run on their regular schedules. Where large public celebrations have been held, traffic may be disrupted by the clean-up operation. In general, public life is completely closed down.

Background

The Gregorian calendar is widely used in many countries such as the United States. This was introduced in 1582 by Pope Gregory XIII. The Julian calendar that had been in use until then was slightly inaccurate, causing the vernal equinox to move backwards in the calendar year. The Gregorian calendar was not accepted everywhere and some churches, particularly with origins in Eastern Europe, still use other calendars. According to the Gregorian calendar, the first day of the year is January 1.

Symbols

A common symbol of New Year's Day is Baby New Year. This is often a white male baby dressed in a diaper, a hat and a sash. The year he represents is printed on his sash. He rarely a newborn baby, as many pictures show him sitting up or even standing alone. According to mythology, Baby New Year grows up and ages in a single year. At the end of the year he is an old man and hands his role over to the next Baby New Year. Other symbols of New Year's Day are spectacular fireworks exploding over landmarks and clocks striking midnight as the year begins.

About New Year's Day in other countries

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London is the city that never sleeps in, if the large number of museums open on New Year's Day is anything to go by. It's business as usual for most of the big venues, so peel yourself out of bed and start your cultural year as you mean to go on. Note that some attractions have reduced opening hours, so be sure to check details in advance.
And if you're still looking for things to do on New Year's Eve, head to our NYE homepage.

New Year's Day Observances

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The Zodiac position in Year 2012


The Zodiac position in Year 2012

In the year 2012 Jupiter, Neptune and Chiron will come together; Chiron is the millennium’s star of Bethlehem. The year 2012 will be the age of Aquarians. As the year 2012 is the year for Aquarians, it is believed that they will get a chance to achieve things which they have tried previously. Positive energy and new opportunity will surely come in their way. Neptune will have a strong influence in all the lives in 2012. The planet Neptune will allow bringing new hope and positive energy. 

  1. There will be an impending pole shift which will tear the world apart.
  2. The world will be devastated by a geomagnetic reversal.
  3. The surface of the planet will be burned by solar storms.
Year 2012 

All holidays of the year 2012


All holidays of the year 2012


The list below shows all the holidays in 2012, month wise: 

  • January 2012:

Jan 1 - New Year’s Day
Jan 2 - New Year’s Day’ observed
Jan 6 - Epiphany
Jan 13 - Stephen Foster Memorial Day
Jan 16 - Martin Luther King Day
Jan 23 - Chinese New Year

  • February 2012:

Feb 1 - National Freedom Day
Feb 2 - Groundhog Day
Feb 14 - Valentine’s Day
Feb 20 - Presidents’ Day
Feb 21 - Shrove Tuesday/Mardi Gras
Feb 22 - Ash Wednesday

  • March 2012:

Mar 1 - St. David’s Day
Mar 2 - Read Across America Day
Mar 11 - Daylight Saving Time starts
Mar 17 - St. Patrick’s Day
Mar 20 - Vernal equinox

  • April 2012:

Apr 1 - Palm Sunday
Apr 5 - Maundy Thursday
Apr 6 - Good Friday (Many regions)
Apr 7 - Holy Saturday
Apr 8 - Easter Sunday
Apr 9 - Easter Monday
Apr 17 - Tax Day
Apr 25 - Administrative Professionals Day

  • May 2012:

May 1 - Loyalty Day
May 1 - Law Day
May 3 - National Day of Prayer
May 5 - Cinco de Mayo
May 13 - Mother’s Day
May 15 - Peace Officers Memorial Day
May 17 - Ascension Day
May 18 - National Defense Transportation Day
May 19 - Armed Forces Day
May 22 - National Maritime Day
May 27 - Pentecost
May 28 - Whit Monday
May 28 - Memorial Day

  • June 2012:

Jun 3 - Trinity Sunday
Jun 7 - Corpus Christi
Jun 14 - Flag Day
Jun 17 - Father’s Day
Jun 20 - June Solstice

  • July 2012:

Jul 4 - Independence Day
Jul 22 - Parents’ Day

  • August 2012:
Aug 14 -  Independence Day Of PAKISTAN
Aug 15 - Assumption of Mary
Aug 19 - National Aviation Day

  • September 2012:

Sep 3 - Labor Day
Sep 8 - Carl Garner Federal Lands Cleanup Day
Sep 9 - National Grandparents Day
Sep 11 - Patriot Day
Sep 17 - Constitution Day and Citizenship Day
Sep 21 - National POW/MIA Recognition Day
Sep 22 - Autumnal equinox
Sep 30 - Gold Star Mother’s Day

  • October 2012:

Oct 1 - Child Health Day
Oct 4 - Feast of St Francis of Assisi
Oct 8 - Columbus Day (Most regions)
Oct 9 - Leif Erikson Day
Oct 15 - White Cane Safety Day
Oct 16 - Boss’s Day
Oct 31 - Halloween

  • November 2012:

Nov 1 - All Saints’ Day
Nov 2 - All Souls’ Day
Nov 4 - Daylight Saving Time ends
Nov 6 - Election Day
Nov 11 - Veterans Day
Nov 12 - Veterans Day’ observed
Nov 22 - Thanksgiving Day
Nov 23 - Black Friday

  • December 2012:

Dec 2 - First Sunday Advent
Dec 7 - Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day
Dec 8 - Feast of the Immaculate Conception
Dec 17 - Pan American Aviation Day
Dec 17 - Wright Brothers Day
Dec 21 - December Solstice
Dec 24 - Christmas Eve
Dec 25 - Christmas Day
Dec 26 - Kwanzaa (until Jan 1)
Dec 31 - New Year’s Eve


2012 Calendar

Most important Holidays of 2012

The most important holidays of 2012 are mentioned below: 
Most important Holidays of 2012

Jan1 - New Year’s Day
Jan 2 - New Year’s Day’ observed
Jan 16 - Martin Luther King Day
Feb 14 - Valentine’s Day
Feb 20 - Presidents’ Day
Apr 8 - Easter Sunday
May 13 - Mother’s Day
May 28 - Memorial Day
Jun 17 - Father’s Day
Jul 4 - Independence Day
Aug 14 - Independence Day Of Pakistan
Sep 3 - Labor Day
Oct 8 - Columbus Day (Most regions)
Oct 31 - Halloween
Nov 6 - Election Day
Nov 11 - Veterans Day
Nov 12 - Veterans Day’ observed
Nov 22 - Thanksgiving Day
Nov 23 - Black Friday
Dec 25-Christmas Day

2012 Calendar


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