Sunday, October 12, 2014

NUKES IN THE SPACE : Threat from Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP) Attack


                                               PART - ONE

Threat  From Electromagnetic Pulse  Attack

Report of the Commission to Assess the

Threat to the United States from

Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP) Attack

Volume 1: Executive Report



Several potential adversaries have or can acquire the capability to attack the United States with a high-altitude nuclear weapon-generated electromagnetic pulse (EMP).

 A determined adversary can achieve an EMP attack capability without having a high level of sophistication.

EMP is one of a small number of threats that can hold our society at risk of catastrophic consequences. EMP will cover the wide geographic region within line of sight to the nuclear weapon. It has the capability to produce significant damage to critical infrastructures and thus to the very fabric of US society, as well as to the ability of the United States and Western nations to project influence and military power.

The common element that can produce such an impact from EMP is primarily electronics, so pervasive in all aspects of our society and military, coupled through critical infrastructures. Our vulnerability is increasing daily as our use of and dependence on electronics continues to grow. The impact of EMP is asymmetric in relation to potential protagonists who are not as dependent on modern electronics.

The current vulnerability of our critical infrastructures can both invite and reward attack if not corrected. Correction is feasible and well within the Nation's means and resources to accomplish.




                                                      PART - TWO

       Nukes in Space-The Rainbow Bombs  
                     (Published on Jun 18, 2013)

"Nukes in Space" provides an interesting overview of the development of the military space program of missiles and space-based nuclear weapons testing with spectacular, never-before-seen images.

Starting with the V-1 and V-2, this film takes you through missile development of ICBM's with nuclear warheads, the Cuban Missile Crisis through anti-ballistic missile systems and what implications the they hold for the future of our nation's security.

During the heart of the Cold War, the United States and the former Soviet Union launched and detonated a combined total of over 20 thermo nuclear weapons in the upper atmosphere and near space region of earth in an effort to test the effects of launching an offense as well as countering an offense. Even during the Cuban Missile Crisis!

Almost unknown to the public, much of the information on theses tests has been kept secret for over 35 years until recently, when newly declassified test footage and secret government documents obtained from both countries reveals everything from the ICBM to outer space testing to ABM.

From filmmaker Peter Kuran, creator of the award-winning film "Trinity and Beyond" .
Narrated by William Shatner. Music performed by the Moscow Symphony Orchestra.

                                                       PART - THREE



             A Very Scary Light Show:

            Exploding H-Bombs In Space

      Declassified U.S. Nuclear Test Film #62  
                 (Uploaded on Sep 25, 2007 )

0800062 - Starfish Prime Test Interim Report by Commander JTF-8; Fishbowl Auroral Sequences - Silent; Dominic on Fishbowl Phenomenon -Silent; Fishbowl XR Summary - Silent - 1962 - 1:01:25 - Black&White and Color - Four Films on One Video

Starfish Prime Test Interim Report by Commander JTF-8 -
7:45 - Sound - STARFISH PRIME, was one of the high-altitude nuclear tests in the Operation Fishbowl series conducted in the Pacific Proving Ground in 1962. It was launched in the Johnston Island area to an altitude of about 400 kilometers by a Thor rocket and had a yield of 1.4 megatons.

The test evaluated the capabilities of an antiballistic missile to operate in a nuclear environment and the vulnerability of a U.S. reentry vehicle to survive a nearby nuclear blast. It also provided information on the ability of a U.S. radar system to detect and track reentry vehicles. Another goal was to discern the effects of a high-altitude blast on command and control systems, which were shown to be vulnerable in earlier high-altitude tests. The final goal was to obtain information on the feasibility of testing in outer space.

Fishbowl Auroral Sequences -
7:50 - Color - Silent - BLUEGILL and STARFISH were high-altitude nuclear tests, part of Operation Fishbowl, conducted in the Johnston Island area of the Pacific Proving Ground in 1962. These tests produced auroral effects, a special feature of explosions where the extreme brightness of the fireball is visible at great distances. Within a second or two after the burst, a brilliant aurora appears from the bottom of the fireball.

The formation of the aurora is attributed to the motion, along the lines of the earths magnetic field, of beta particles emitted by the radioactive fission fragments. About a minute after the detonation, the aurora could be observed in the Samoan Islands, 2000 miles from the detonation. These auroras could be seen for approximately 20 minutes. The video shows footage of the auroras from Somoa, Mauna Loa (Hawaiian Islands) and Tongtapu (Tonga Islands) at various film speeds.

Dominic on Fishbowl Phenomenon -
1:12 - Color - Silent - Operation Fishbowl was the high-altitude testing portion of a larger Operation Dominic I. This video is a compilation of footage of the five nuclear tests comprising Operation Fishbowl conducted in the Johnston Island area of the Pacific Proving Ground in 1962. A high-altitude burst is one occurring above 100,000 feet. The video does not identify the date, time or name of the tests.

When a nuclear weapon detonates at a high altitude, many of the effects are attenuated. Most of the x-ray energy is absorbed in the air, which decreases the fireball temperature. Absorption of thermal x-ray energy also decreases the energy available for a shock wave. This all results in the development of a toroidal or donut-shaped cloud instead of the usual mushroom shape of ground or near ground explosions.

This also shows the auroral effect of high-altitude explosions where the extreme brightness of the fireball is visible at great distances. Within a second or two after the burst, a brilliant aurora appears from the bottom of the fireball. The formation of the aurora is attributed to the motion, along the lines of the earths magnetic field, of beta particles emitted by the radioactive fission fragments. About a minute after the detonation, the aurora can be observed from as far away as 2000 miles. These auroras can be seen for approximately 20 minutes.

Fishbowl XR Summary -
34:38 - Black&White - Silent - The video shows the five, rocket-launched, Operation Fishbowl tests at various camera speeds and from different camera locations. Operation Fishbowl was the Department of Defenses high-altitude testing portion of Operation Dominic I, conducted in the Johnston Island area of the Pacific Proving Ground in 1962. In a high-altitude blast, many of the effects are attenuated, resulting in a toroidal or donut-shaped cloud instead of the mushroom cloud from a surface burst. These weapons-effects tests, launched by Strypi, Thor, and Nike Hercules rockets, were as follows:

STARFISH PRIME, July 9, 400-kilometer altitude, 1.4 megaton

CHECKMATE, October 20, tens of kilometers altitude, low (less than 20 kt)

BLUEGILL 3 PRIME, October 26, tens of kilometers altitude, submegaton (less than 1 Mt, but more than 200 kt)

KINGFISH, November 1, tens of kilometers altitude; submegaton (less than 1 Mt, but more than 200 kt)

TIGHTROPE, November 4, tens of kilometers altitude, low (less than 20 kt)
Two goals of these tests were to determine if radiation and blast and heat effects of high- altitude detonations were capable of neutralizing an enemy reentry vehicle and capable of determining the blackout effects on radar and communications of various yields and altitudes of bursts

Since we're coming up on the Fourth of July, and towns everywhere are preparing their better-than-ever fireworks spectaculars, we would like to offer this humbling bit of history. Back in the summer of 1962, the U.S. blew up a hydrogen bomb in outer space, some 250 miles above the Pacific Ocean. It was a weapons test, but one that created a man-made light show that has never been equaled — and hopefully never will. Here it is:

                                      Published on Jul 1, 2014

High-altitude nuclear explosions (HANE) have historically been nuclear explosions which take place above altitudes of 30 km, still inside the Earth's atmosphere. Such explosions have been tests of nuclear weapons, used to determine the effects of the blast and radiation in the exoatmospheric environment. The highest was at an altitude of 540 km (335.5 mi).

The only nations to detonate nuclear weapons in outer space are the United States and the Soviet Union. The U.S. program began in 1958 with the Hardtack Teak and Hardtack Orange shots, both 3.8 megatons. These warheads were initially carried on Redstone rockets. Later tests were delivered by Thor missiles for Operation Fishbowl tests, and modified Lockheed X-17 missiles for the Argus tests. The purpose of the shots was to determine both feasibility of nuclear weapons as an anti-ballistic missile defense, as well as a means to defeat satellites and manned orbiting vehicles in space. High-altitude nuclear blasts produce significantly different effects. In the lower reaches of vacuous space, the resulting fireball grows much larger and faster than it does near the ground, and the radiation it emits travels much farther.

List of high-altitude nuclear explosions

The debris fireball and aurora created by the Starfish Prime test, as seen from a KC-135 aircraft at 3 minutes.

The Starfish Prime flash as seen through heavy cloud cover from Honolulu, 1,300 km away.

United States USA -- Hardtack I -- Johnston Atoll, Pacific Ocean
Yucca 28 April 1958, 1.7 kt, 26.2 km
Teak, 1 August 1958, 3.8 Mt, 76.8 km
Orange, 12 August 1958, 3.8 Mt, 43 km
United States USA -- Argus -- South Atlantic Ocean
Argus I, 27 August 1958, 1.7 kt, 200 km
Argus II, 30 August 1958, 1.7 kt, 240 km
Argus III, 6 September 1958, 1.7 kt, 540 km (The highest known man made nuclear explosion)
Soviet Union USSR -- 1961 tests -- Kapustin Yar
Test #88, 6 September 1961, 10.5 kt, 22.7 km
Test #115, 6 October 1961, 40 kt, 41.3 km
Test #127, 27 October 1961, 1.2 kt, 150 km
Test #128, 27 October 1961, 1.2. kt, 300 km
United States USA -- Dominic I -- (Operation Fishbowl) -- Johnston Atoll, Pacific Ocean
Bluegill, 3 June 1962, failed
Bluegill Prime, 25 July 1962, failed
Bluegill Double Prime, 15 October 1962, failed
Bluegill Triple Prime, 26 October 1962, 410 kt, 50 km
Starfish, 20 June 1962, failed
Starfish Prime, 9 July 1962, 1.4 Mt, 400 km (The largest man made nuclear explosion in outer space)Checkmate, 20 October 1962, 7 kt, 147 km
Kingfish, 1 November 1962, 410 kt, 97 km
Soviet Union USSR -- Soviet Project K nuclear tests -- Kapustin Yar
Test #184, 22 October 1962, 300 kt, 290 km
Test #187, 28 October 1962, 300 kt, 150 km
Test #195, 1 November 1962, 300 kt, 59 km

                                                       PART - FOUR

Some of the images in this video were until recently top secret. Peter Kuran of Visual Concept Entertainment collected them for his documentary Nukes In Space

If you are wondering why anybody would deliberately detonate an H-bomb in space, the answer comes from a conversation we had with science historian James Fleming of Colby College.

"Well, I think a good entry point to the story is May 1, 1958, when James Van Allen, the space scientist, stands in front of the National Academy in Washington, D.C., and announces that they've just discovered something new about the planet,"

                                           he told us.

Van Allen described how the Earth is surrounded by belts of high-energy particles — mainly protons and electrons — that are held in place by the magnetic fields.

Van Allen belts circling Earth

There are two Van Allen radiation belts that circle the Earth (shown here in purple): an inner belt and an outer belt. The belts are contained by the Earth’s magnetic field (pictured as gray lines). Red marks a radiation-safe orbit path for satellites.

Today these radiation belts are called Van Allen belts. Now comes the surprise: While looking through the Van Allen papers at the University of Iowa to prepare a Van Allen biography, Fleming discovered "that [the] very same day after the press conference, [Van Allen] agreed with the military to get involved with a project to set off atomic bombs in the magnetosphere to see if they could disrupt it."

Why Starfish Prime Created Rainbow Skies

To understand where the colors come from in Starfish Prime, you first have to know a little bit about Earth's atmosphere. Nitrogen and oxygen are the two most abundant gases in our air. The concentration of each gas is different depending on the altitude.
When Starfish Prime detonated, charged particles — electrons — were released from the explosion. According to NASA astrophysicist David Sibeck, those particles came streaming down through the Earth's atmosphere, energizing oxygen and nitrogen atoms, causing them to glow in different colors.
But why?
As electrons collide with the atoms, energy is transferred to the atoms. After holding onto it for a moment, the excess energy is released as light. When many excited atoms release energy together, the light is visible to the naked eye. Depending on the type of atom and the number of atoms, you get different colors.
It's similar to what causes the aurora borealis, although those electrons are coming from the solar wind pounding into Earth. The electrons first encounter a high concentration of oxygen at the upper reaches of Earth's atmosphere, causing the atoms to release a red light. Then green appears as the electrons travel to lower altitudes where there are fewer oxygen atoms. Even lower, where more nitrogen atoms are present, the collisions throw off a blue light.
But in the Starfish Prime explosion, charged particles went in every direction. That's why you see the sky filled with a rainbow of colors nearly all at once in the footage. — Meagen Voss

                Discover It, Then Blow It Up

The plan was to send rockets hundreds of miles up, higher than the Earth's atmosphere, and then detonate nuclear weapons to see:

 a) If a bomb's radiation would make it harder to see what was up there (like incoming Russian missiles!);

 b) If an explosion would do any damage to objects nearby;

c) If the Van Allen belts would move a blast down the bands to an earthly target (Moscow! for example); and — most peculiar —

d) if a man-made explosion might "alter" the natural shape of the belts.

The scientific basis for these proposals is not clear. Fleming is trying to figure out if Van Allen had any theoretical reason to suppose the military could use the Van Allen belts to attack a hostile nation. He supposes that at the height of the Cold War, the most

pressing argument for a military experiment was, "if we don't do it, the Russians will."

 And, indeed, the Russians did test atomic bombs and hydrogen bombs in space.

In any case, says the science history professor,

"this is the first occasion I've ever discovered where someone discovered something and immediately decided to blow it up."

Code Name: Starfish Prime

The Americans launched their first atomic nuclear tests above the Earth's atmosphere in 1958. Atom bombs had little effect on the magnetosphere, but the hydrogen bomb of July 9, 1962, did. Code-named "Starfish Prime" by the military, it literally created an artificial extension of the Van Allen belts that could be seen across the Pacific Ocean, from Hawaii to New Zealand.

In Honolulu, the explosions were front page news.

 "N-Blast Tonight May Be Dazzling: Good View Likely," said the Honolulu Advertiser. Hotels held what they called "Rainbow Bomb Parties" on rooftops and verandas. When the bomb burst, people told of blackouts and strange electrical malfunctions, like garage doors opening and closing on their own. But the big show was in the sky.


Correction July 14, 2010
In the audio and video versions of this story, it was incorrectly stated that the Starfish Prime bomb was 1,000 times bigger than the atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima in 1945. Starfish Prime was 100 times bigger than the Hiroshima bomb.

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Friday, October 10, 2014


1937  TO  1962

This is the one you do not want to delete!
No need for cds. The whole collection is here!
Just click and enjoy the music.
Whoever has composed this email is just great.
Lot of effort put into it

Year =Movie =Name Of Song

1937=President =Ek Bangla Bane Nyaara K.L.Saigal
1938=Street Singer =Babul Mora K.L.Saigal
1940=Zindagi =So Ja Rajkumari
1940=Zindagi =So Ja Rajkumari : Lata's Tirbute To Saigal
1940=Zindagi =Soja Rajkumari
1943=Tansen =Diya Jalao Jagmag Jagmag - K.L.Sehgal
1944=My Sister =Do Naina Matware K.L.Saigal
1945=Pehli Nazar =Dil Jalta Hai Mukesh
1946=Sahajehan =Jab Dil Hi Toot Gaya K.L.Saigal
1947=Do Bhai =Mera Sunder Sapna Beet Gaya
1948=Mela  < Old > =Dharti Ko Aakash Pukare
1948=Mela  < Old > =Gaaye Jaa Geet Milan Ke
1948=Mela  < Old > =Yeh Zindagi Ke Mele
1948=Mela  < Old > =Yeh Zindagi Ke Mele
< FONT face=Arial color=#808000 size=1>1949=Andaz  < Old > =Hum Aaj Kahin Dil Kho Baithe
1949=Andaz  < Old > =Jhoom Jhoom Ke Nacho Aaj
1949=Andaz  < Old > =Tu Kahe Agar
1949=Barsaat  < Old > =Chhod Gaye Balam
1949=Barsaat  < Old > =Hawa Mein Udta Jaye
1949=Barsaat  < Old > ; =Jiya Bekarar Hai
1949=Barsaat  < Old > =Jiya Beqarar Hai Ai Bahar Hai
1949=Barsaat  < Old > =Mein Zindagi Mein Hardam Rota Hi Raha Hun
1949=Dillagi  < Old > =Tu Mera Chand - Suraiya & Shyam
1949=Dillagi  < Old > =Tu Mera Chand Main Teri Chandni
1949=Dulari =Suhani Raat Dhal Chuki
1949=Mahal =Aayega Aa< New >Ala
1949=Mahal =Ayega A< New >Ala - Lata Mangeshkar
1950=Baabul  < Old > =Chhod Babul Ka Ghar
1950=Baabul  < Old > =Chhod Babul Ka Ghar [2]
1950=Baabul  < Old > =Milte Hi Aankhein
1950=Malhar =Bade Arman Se Rakhha Hai

1950=Nirala= Tooti Footi Gaadi
1951=Albela =Bholi Surat
1951=Albela =Dhire Se Aaja Ri Akhiyan Mein - Lata Mangeshkar
1951=Albela =Sham Tale Khidki Tale
1951=Albela =Shola Jo Bhadke
1951=Albela =Shola Jo Bhadke
1951=Awara =Awaara Hoon
1951=Awara =Awara Hoon
1951=Awara =Ek Bewafa Sey Pyar Kiya
1951=Awara =Ghar Aya Mer a Pardesi
1951=Awara =Hum Tujh Se Muhabbat - Mukesh
1951=Awara =Jab Se Balam Ghar Aae
1951=Deedar =Bachpan Ke Din Bhula Na
1951=Deedar =Hue Hum Jinke Liye Barbad
1951=Naujawan =Thandi Hawaien
1951=Sazaa =Tum Na Jane Kis Jahaan Mein Kho Gaye
1952=Ambar =Song Of Great Legend Mohammad Rafi With Lata
1952=Anand Math =Jai Jagdish Hare
1952=Anand Math =Vande Madaram
1952=Baiju Bawara =Bachpan Ki Mohabat
1952=Baiju Bawara =Bachpan Ki Mohabbat - Lata
1952=Baiju Bawara =Bachpan Ki Muhabbat Ko Dil Se Na Juda Karna

1952=Baiju Bawara =Hari Omraga Malkauns From Film 'Baiju Bawra'
1952=Baiju Bawara =Jhoole Mein Pawan Ke Aayi Bahar
1952=Baiju Bawara =Mana Tarapath Hari Darushanko
1952=Baiju Bawara =Mohe Bhool Gaye Sanvaria 1952=Baiju Bawara =O Duniya Ke Rakhwale 
1952=Baiju Bawara =Tu Ganga Ki Mauj 
1952=Baiju Bawara =Tu Ganga Ki Mauj 
1952=Daag  < Old > =Ae Mere Dil Hai Nadaan 
1952=Daag  < Old > =Ae Mere Dil Kahin - Male 
1952=Daag  < Old > =Ae Mere Dil Kahin Aur Chal 
1952=Do Bhiga Zameen =Mausam Beeta Jaye 
1952=Jaal =Ye Raat Ye Chandni 
1952=Jaal =Yeh Raat Yeh Chaandni Phir Kahaan 
1953=Aah =Chhoti Si Yeh Zindagani 
1953=Aah =Raja Ki Aayegi Baraat 
1953=Anarkali =Yeh Zindagi Usi Ki Hai - Lata Mangeshkar 
1953=Anarkali =Yeh Zindagi Usi Ki He 
1953=Anarkali =Yeh Zindgi Usiki Hai Part 2 
1953=Anarkali =Zindgi Pyar Ki Do Char Ghadi 
1953=Nastik  < Old > =Dekh Tere Sansaar Ki Haalat 
1953=Patita =Yaad Kiya Dil Ne 
1953=Patita =Yaad Kiya Dil Ne Kaha Ho Tum 
1953=Patita =Yaad Kiya Dil Ne Kahaan 
1954=Aar - Paar =Sun Sun Sun Sun Zalima 
1954=Aar Paar =Babuji Dheere Chalna 
1954=Aar Paar =Babuji Dheere Chalna 
1954=Aar Paar =Kabhi Aar Kabhi Paar Laga Teer - E - Nazar 
1954=Jagruti =Aao Bachchon Tumhen Dikhayen 
1954=Jagruti =Cahlo Chalen Ma - Slow 
< U>1954=Jagruti =De Di Hamen Azadi Bina Khadag 
1954=Naagin  < Old > =Jadugar Saiyan - With English Sub Title 
1954=Naagin  < Old > =Man Dole Tan Dole - With English Sub 
1954=Naagin  < Old > =Mera Dil Ye Pukare - Lata Mangeshkar 
1954=Naagin  < Ol d > =Mera Dil Yeh Pukare - Lata Mangeshkar 
1954=Naagin  < Old > =Nagin 1954 Colour Scene 
1954=Naagin  < Old > =O Zindagi Ke Dene Wale 
1954=Naagin  < Old > =Tere Dwar Khada Bhagwan 
1954=Naagin  < Old > =Tere Dwar Khada Ek Jogi 
1954=Shart =Na Ye Chaand Hoga, Na Taare Rahenge - Geeta Dutt 
1954=Subah Ka Tara =Chamka - Chamka Subah Ka Taraf 
1954=Taxi Driver =Jayen To Jayen Kahan 
1954=Taxi Driver =Jayen To Jayen Kha Lata 
1955=Baradari =Bhoola Nahi Dena 
1955=Baradari =Tasveer Banata Hu Talat 
1955=Bhabhi =Chal Ud Ja Re Panchi 
1955=Bhabhi =Chal Ud Ja Re Panchi - Part 1 - Mohd Rafi 
1955=Bhabhi =Chal Ud Ja Re Panchi - Part 2 - Mohd Rafi 
1955=Bhabhi =Chal Ud Ja Re Panchi 2 
1955=Bhabhi =Chal Ur Ja Re Panchi 
1955=Bhabhi =Chali Gori - Hemant Kumar 
1955=Bhabhi =Chali Gori Pee Ke Milan Ko Chalee. 
1955=Devdas  < Old > =Balam Aaye Baso K.L.Saigal 
1955=Devdas  < Old > =Dukh Ke Ab Din K.L.Saigal 
1955=Dupatta =Chandani Raatain
1955=Dupatta =Chandani Raatain 
1955=Dupatta =Chandni Raaten Remix 
1955=House No. 44 =Teri Duniya Me Jeene Se 
1955=House No. 44 =Teri Duniya Mein Dil Lagata Nahin - Mukesh 
1955=House No. 44 =Teri Duniya Mein Jeene Se 
1955=Jhanak Jhanak Payal Baje =Jahanak Jhanak Payal Baje 
1955=Jhanak Jhanak Payal Baje =Jhanak Jhanak Pāyal Bāje: Rādhā - Krishna Dance - 2 
1955=Jhanak Jhanak Payal Baje =Jo Tum Toro 
1955=Jhanak Jhanak Payal Baje =Nain Se Nai n 
1955=MR. & MRS. 55 =Thandi Hawa Kaali Ghata 
1955=Munimaji =Jeevan Ke Safar Me 
1955=Munimaji =Jeevan Ke Safar Mefemale 
1955=Munimaji =Jeewan Ke Safar Mein Rahi - Lata Mangeshkar 
1955=Seema =Tu Pyar Ka Sagar Hai
< A href=" com/watch? v=5QM8ohMGneY&feature=PlayList&p=7A8A752918180BB0&playnext=1&playnext_from= PL&index=44" rel=nofollow>1955=Seema =Tu Pyar Ka Sagar Hai[2] 
1955=Shree 420 =Ichak Dana Beechak Dana With English Subs! 
1955=Shree 420 =Mera Juta Hai Japani 
1955=Shree 420 =Mera Juta Hai Japani 
1955=Shree 420 =Pyar Hua Iqrar Hua 
1955=Shree 420 =Ramaiya Wasta Waiya 
1955=Shree 420 =Shri 420 - 
1955=Udan Khatola =Mera Salam Leja 
1955=Udan Khatola =More Saiyan Ji Utrenge Paar Ho 
1955=Udan Khatola =O Door Ke Musafir 
1955=Udan Khatola =O Door Ke Musafir 
1955=Udan Khatola =Udan Khatola Lata Chorus 
1955=Yasmin =Bechain Nazar Betaab Jigar - Talat 
1956=< New > Delhi =Nakhrewali 
1956=Basant Bahar =Nain Mile Chain Kaha 
1956=Bhai Bhai =Aae Dil Mujhe 
1956=Bhai Bhai =Aae Dil Mujhe Bata De F/M Bhai Bhai 
1956=Bhai Bhai =Ae Dil Mujhe Bata De Tu Kis Pe A Gaya He 
1956=C.I.D.  < Old > =Aankhon Hi Aanknon Mein 
1956=C.I.D.  < Old > =Ankho Hi Ankho Me Ishara Ho Gaya 
1956=C.I.D.  < Old > =Bhooj Mera Kya Naam Re 
1956=C.I.D.  < Old > =Boojh Mera Kya Naam Re 
1956=C.I.D.  < Old > =Kahin Pe Nigahen 
1956=C.I.D.  < Old > =Yeh Hai Bombay Meri Jaan 
1956=Chori Chori  < Old > =Aja Sanam Madhur Chandani Me 
1956=Chori Chori  < Old > =Aja Sanam Madhur Chandni 
1956=Chori Chori  < Old > =All Line Clear 
1956=Chori Chori  < Old > =Jahan Mei Jati Hoon 
1956=Chori Chori  < Old > =Man Bhaawan Ke Ghar 
1956=Chori Chori  < Old > =Panchhi Banu Udati Phiru 
1956=Chori Chori  < Old > =Panchi Banu Urti Phiroon 
1956=Chori Chori  < Old > ; =Rasik Balama 
1956=Chori Chori  < Old > =Ye Raat Bheegi Bheegi 
1956=Chori Chori  < Old > =Yeh Raat Bheegi Bheegi 
1956=Ek Hi Raasta =Sanwale Salone 
1956=Nau Do Gyarah =Aankhon Mein Kya Jee 
1956=Paying Guest =Chand Phir Nikla 
1957=Asha =Ina Mina Dika 
1957=Baarish =Dane Dane Pe Likha Hai Khane Wale Ka Naam 
1957=Chandi Puja =Koi Laakh Karay Chaturai - Pardeep Kavi 
1957=Janam Janam Ke Phere =Zaraa Saamne Aao Tou Chaliye 
1957=Mother India =Dukh Bhare Din 
1957=Mother India =Duniya Main Hum Aaye 
1957=Mother India =Ghunghat Nahin Kholu 
1957=Mother India =Matwala Jia 
1957=Mother India =Nagri Nagri Dware Dware 
1957=Mother India =O Gadiwale 
1957=Naag Mani =Pinjre Ke Panchhi Re 
1957=Nau Do Gyarah =Aankhon Me Kya Ji 
1957=Naya Daur  < Color >=Uden Jab Jab Zulphen Teri 
1957=Naya Daur =Aana Hai Toh Aaja 
1957=Naya Daur =Maang Ke Sath Tumhara 
1957=Naya Daur =Ude Jab Jab Zulfe Teri 
1957=Naya Daur =Ye Desh Hai Veer Jawano Ka 
1957=Parvarish =Aansu Bhari Hai - Mukesh 
1957=Paying Guest =Chhod Do Aanchal 
1957=Paying Guest =Mana Janab Ne Pukara Nahi 
1957=Pyaasa =Hum Aap Ki Aankhon Mein 
1957=Pyaasa =Jaane Woh Kaise Log The
1957=Pyaasa =Jane Woh Kaise Log The 
1957=Pyaasa =Jine Naaz Heh Hind Par 
1957=pyaasa =Sar Jo Tera Chakaraye 
1957=Pyaasa =Ye Duniya Agar Mil Bhi Jaaye 
1957=Rani Rupmati =Aa Laut Ke Aaja Mere Meet 
1957=Rani Rupmati =Aa Laut Ke Aaja Mere Meet Lataji 
1957=Rani Rupmati =Aa Laut Ke Aaja Mere Meet Mukesh 
1957=Suvarna Sundari =Kuhu Kuhu Bole Koyaliya 
1957=Suvarna Sundari =Kuhu Kuhu Bole Koyaliya - - Lata Mangeshkar & Mohammad Rafi 
1957=Tumsa Nahin Dekha  < Old > =Chhup Ne Wale Saamne Aa 
1957=Tumsa Nahin Dekha  < Old > =Jawaniyan Yeh Mast Mast 
1958 = Phir Subah Hogi = Vo Subha Kabhi to Aayegi - 1
1958 = Phir Subah Hogi = Vo Subha Kabhi to Aayegi - 2
1958=Adalat =Unko Ye Shikaiat Hai 
1958=Adalat =Youn Hasratan Ke Daag 
1958=Amar Deep =Dekh Hame Awaz Na Dena Happy 
1958=Amar Deep =Dekh Hame Awaz Na Dena Sad 
1958=Amar Deep =Dekh Humen Awaaj Sad 
1958=Amar Deep =Dil Ki Duniya 
1958=Chalati Ka Naam Gaadi =Babu Samjho Ishaare 
1958=Chalati Ka Naam Gaadi =Ek Ladaki Bheegi Bhaagi Si 
1958=Chalati Ka Naam Gaadi =Haal Kaisa Hai Janab Ka 
1958=Chalati Ka Naam Gaadi =Main Sitaron Ka Taraana 
1958=Chanpakali =Chhup Gaya Koi Re Lata 
1958=Dilli Ka Thug =Yeh Rate Yeh Mausum 
1958=Howrah Bridge =Aayiye Mehrbaan 
1958=Howrah Bridge =Mera Naam Chin Chin Choo 
1958=Kaagaz Ke Phool =Dekhi Jamane Ki Yaari 
1958=Kala Pani =Achhaji Mei Hari Chalo 
1958=Lajwanti = Ek Hans Ka Joda 
1958=Madhumati =Aaja Re Perdasi 
1958=Madhumati =Aja Re Pardeshi 
1958=Madhumati =Bichuwa 
1958=Madhumati =Dil Tadap Tadap 
1958=Madhumati =Dil Tadap Tadap Ke 
1958=Madhumati =Ghadi Ghadi Mora Dil Dhadke 
1958=Madhumati =Suhana Safar 
1958=Madhumati =Zhulmi Sang Aankh Ladi 
1958=Paying Guest =Chhod Do Aanchal 
1958=Phagun =Ek Pardesi 
1958=Phagun =Ek Pardesi Mera - Re mix Song . 
1958=Phagun =Ek Pardesi Mera Dil 
1958=Phir Subah Hogi =Woh Subah Kabhi To Aayegi 
1958=Post Box 999 =Neend Na Mujhko Aaye 
1958=Post Box 999 =Neend Na Mukho Aaye 
1958=Solawa Saal =Hai Apna Dil To Awara Hemant Kumar 
1958=Yahudi =Dil Mein Pyar Ka Tufan 
1958=Yahudi =Meri Jaan Meri Jaan 
1958=Yahudi =Yeh Mera Deewanapan Hai 
1959=Anari  < Old > =Ban Ke Panchi 
1959=Anari  < Old > =Kisi Ki Muskaraho Ko 
1959=Anari  < Old > =Kisi Ki Muskurahato 
1959=Anari  < Old > =Nutan In Anari 1959 - Her Sweetest Scene Of All Time 
1959=Anari  < Old > =Sab Kuchha Sikha Hamne 
1959=Anari  < Old > =Tera Ja ana Anari Rajkapoor Nutan 
1959=Anari  < Old > =Woh Chaand Khila 
1959=Bedard Zamana Kya Jane =Naina Hai Jadoo Bhare 
1959=Chhoti Bahen =Jaoon Kahan Bata - Ye Dil - Mukesh 
1959=Dhool Ka Phool =Dhadak Ne Lagi - - Mahendra Kapoor & Asha Bhosle 
1959=Dhool Ka Ph ool =Tere Pyar Ka Aasraa 
1959=Dhool Ka Phool =Tu Hindu Banegana Musalman Banega 
1959=Didi =Tum Muze Bhool Bhi Jao Sudha Mukesh 
1959=Dil Deke Dekho =Baar Baar Dekho Shammi Kapoor 
1959=Dil Deke Dekho =Bade Dil Ke Kale 
1959=Dil Deke Dekho =Bade Hai Dil Ke Kle 
1959=Dil Deke Dekho =Dil Deke Dekho 
1959=Kaagaz Ke Phool =Dekhi Zamaane Ki Yaari 
1959=Kaagaz Ke Phool =Opening Of Guru Dutt's Film Kaagaz Ke Phool 
1959=Kaagaz Ke Phool =Waqt Ne Kiya 
1959=Kaali Topi Lal Rumal =Laagi Chhoote Na - Mohammad Rafi & Lata Mangeshkar 
1959=Kaali Topi Lal Rumal =Laagi Chhute Na Ab To Sanam 
1959=Love Marriage =Kahe Jhoom Jhoom Raat - Lata Mangeshkar 
1959=Love Marriage =Teen Kanastar Peet Peet Kar 
1959=Main Nashe Mein Hoon =Mujhko Yaaro Maaf Karna - Mukesh 
1959=Navrang =Holi Clasical 
1959=Naya Daur =Yeh Desh Hai Veer Jawanon Kaa 
1959=Quidi No.911 =Mithi Mithi Baatonse - Lata 
1959=Satta Bazar =Tumhe Yaad Hoga Kabhi Hum Mile The 
1959=Sujata =Jalte Hain Jiske Liye 
1959=Sujata =Tum Jo Hamare Meet Na Hote - Mukesh 
1959=Ujala =Dunia Walon Say Door 
1959=Ujala =Yaala Yaala 
1960=Barsaat Ki Raat =Ye Ishq Ishq Ha - Mohd Rafi 
1960=Barsaat Ki Raat =Ye Ishq Ishq Hai - Part 1 
1960=Barsaat Ki Raat =Ye Ishq Ishq Hai - P art 2 
1960=Barsaat Ki Raat =Zindagi Bhar Nahin 
1960=Barsaat Ki Raat =Zindagi Bhar Nahin Bhoolegi - Mohd Rafi, Lata Mangeshkar 
1960=Bombai Ka Babu =Chal Re Sujni 
1960=Bombai Ka Babu =Diwana Mastana 
1960=Bombai Ka Babu =Sathi Na Koi 
1960=Chhaliya =Baje Payal Chhun Chhun 
1960=Chhaliya =Chhalia Mera Naam 
1960=Chhaliya =Dum Dum Digha Digha Mausam 
1960=Choudhveen Ka Chand =Chaudhvin Ka Chand 
1960=Choudhveen Ka Chand =Choudhveen Ka Chand 
1960=Dil Apana Aur Preet Parai =Ajib Dastan Hai Ye 
1960=Dil Apana Aur Preet Parai =Dil Apna Aur Preet Parai 
1960=Dil Apana Aur Preet Parai =Mera Dil Abb Tera O Sajna 
1960=Dil Bhi Tera Hum Bhi Tere =Muz Ko Is Ki Tanhai Me - Mukesh 
1960=Ek Phool Char Ka nte =Matwali Naar 
1960=Ek Phool Char Kante =Matwali Naar Thumak Thumak 
1960=Hum Hindustani =Chhodo Kal Ki Batein 
1960=Jis Desh Mein Ganga Bahti Hai =Aa Ab Laut Chale 
1960=Jis Desh Mein Ganga Bahti Hai =Begani Shadi Me Abdulla Deewana 
1960=Jis Desh Mein Ganga Bahti Hai =Hoton Pe Sachchai Rehti Hai 
1960=Jis Desh Mein Ganga Bahti Hai =Jis Desh Mein Ganga Behti Hai 
1960=Jis Desh Mein Ganga Bahti Hai =O Basanti Pawan Pagal 
1960=Jis Desh Mein Ganga Bahti Hai =O Basanti Pawan Pagal 
1960=Kala Baz aar =Apni To Har Aah Ek Toofan Hai 
1960=Kala Bazaar =Khoya Khoya Chhan 
1960=Kala Bazaar =Rimjim Ke Tarane Lake Ayee Barsat 
1960=Kohinoor =Do Sitaron Ka Zameen 
1960=Kohinoor =Madhuban Mein Radhika 
1960=Manzi l =Yaad Aa Gayi 
1960=Manzil =Yaad Aa Gayi Wo Nasheeli - 2 
1960=Mughal - E - Azam  < Color >=Pyar Kiya To Darna Kya 
1960=Mughal - E - Azam =Khuda Nigehban Ho 
1960=Mughal E Azam =Mohe Panghat Pe 
1960=Mughal E Azam =Mughal - E - Azam 1960=Mughal E Azam =Pyar Kiya Tho Darna Kya Full Video!! 
1960=Mughal E Azam =Pyar Kiya To Darna Kya Part I 
1960=Mughal E Azam =Pyar Kiya To With Extra 
1960=Mughal E Azam =Teri Mehfil Main 
1960=Mughal E Azam =Ye Dil Ki Lagi Kum Kya Hogi < BR>1960=Nazarana =Bikhra Ke Zulfein 
1960=Parakh =O Sajana 
1960=Saranga =Haan Deewana Hoon Main 
1960=Saranga =Saranga Teri Yaad Mein 
1961 = Hum Dono = Dukh Aur Sukh [Abhi Na Jao Chodkar] - Asha
1961 = Junglee = Chahe K oi Muze Jangali Kahe - Long Version
1961=Aas Ka Panchhi =Tum Ruthi Raho Mein Manata Rahun - Lata Mangeshkar & Mukesh 
1961=Aashiq =Main Aashiq Hoon Baharon Ka 
1961=Aashiq =O Shama Mujhe Fook De 
1961=Chhaya =Ankhon Mein Masti 
1961=Chhaya =Itna Na Mujhse Tu Pyar Badha [2] 
1961=Chhaya =Itna Na Mujhse Tu Pyar Badha.[Duet] 
1961=Ganga Jamuna =Do Hanso Ka Joda 
1961=Ganga Jamuna =Do Hanson Ka Joda 
1961=Gharana =Husnwale Tera Jawab Nahin Rajendra Kumar & Asha Parekh 
1961=Hum Dono =Abhi Na Jao Chhod Kar 
1961=Hum Dono =Abhi Na Jao Chodkar 
1961=Hum Dono =Allah Tero Naam - Lata - Jaidev 
1961=Hum Dono =Mai Jindagi Ka Saath Nibhata Chala 
1961=Hum Dono =Main Zindagi Ka Saath 
1961 =Jab Pyar Kisi Se Hota Hai  < Old > =Asha Parekh In Jab Pyar Kisi Se Hota Hai 
1961=Jab Pyar Kisi Se Hota Hai  < Old > =Jiya Ho Jiya Female 
1961=Jab Pyar Kisi Se Hota Hai  < Old > =Sau Saal Pehle 
1961=Jab Pyar Kisi Se Hota Hai  < Old > =Yeh Aankhen Uffyumma 
1961=Jhumroo =Jane De Jane De Ja Ja 
1961=Jhumroo =Koi Door Se Awaaz De - Geeta Dutt 
1961=Jhumroo =Koi Humdam Na Raha 
1961=Jhumroo =Thandi Hawa, Yeh Chaandni 
1961=Junglee =Chahe Koi Muze Janglee Kahe 
1961=Junglee =Din Sara Guzara Tore Angana 
1961=Junglee =Ehsaan Tera Hoga - Lat a Mangeshkar 
1961=Junglee =Ja Ja Ja Mere Bachpan 
1961=Junglee =Nain Tumhare Mazedar 
1961=Maya =Koi Sone Ke Dilwala 
1961=Modern Girl =Ye Mausam Rangin Sama 
1961=Modern Girl =Yeh Mausam Rangee n Sama 
1961=Nazarana =Ek Woh Bhi Diwaali Thi - Mukesh 
1961=Oomar Qaid =Mujhe Raat Din 
1961=Passport =Saze Dil Chhed De 
1961=Professor =Aye Goolbadan 
1961=Pyaar Ka Saagar =Mujhe Pyaar Ki Zindagi 
1961=Pyaar Ka Saagar =Sada Khush Rahe Tu Jafa Kar< New >Ale 
1961=Pyaar Ka Saagar =Wafa Jinse Ki - Mukesh 
1961=Reshmi Rumaal =Gardish Main Hoon Taare - Mukesh 
1961=Sanjog =Woh Bhooli Daastaan 
1961=Sasural =Ek Sawal Main Karun Rajendra Kumar 
1961=Sasural =Jana Tumhare Pyar Mein Shobha Khote & Mehmood 
1961=Sasural =Sataale Aye Jahan Mukesh 
1961=Sasural =Teri Pyaari Pyaari Surat Rajendra Kumar & Saroja Devi 
1961=Sasural =Teri Surat Se Nahin Milti Joy Mukherji 
1961=Surayya =Bachpan Beeta Ayi Jawani 
1961=Zabak =Teri Duniya Se Door
1962=Aashiq =Mahtaab Tera Chehera - Lata Mangeshkar & Mukesh 
1962=Anapadh =Aap Ki Nazaron Ne Samjha 
1962=Anapadh =Jiya Le Gayo Ji Mora Sanvaria 
1962=Asali Nakali =Tujhe Jeevan Ki 1962=Baat Ek Raat Ki =Na Tum Hamen Jaano 
1962=Baat Ek Raat Ki =Na Tum Hamen Jano - Male 
1962=Baat Ek Raat Ki =Na Tum Hamen Jano Female 
1962=Bees Saal Baad  < Old > =Bekaraar Karke Hume 
1962=Bees Saal Baad  < Old > =Beqarar Karke Hamen 
1962=Bees Saal Baad  < Old > =Beqarar Karke Humey Yoon Na Jayiye 
1962=Bees Saal Baad  < Old > =Kahein Deep Jale Kahein Dil 
1962=Bees Saal Baad  < Old > =Sepne Suhane 
1962=Dil Tera Deewana =Dil Tera Deewana Shammi Kapoor & Mala Sinha 
1962=Dil Tera Deewana =Mujhe Kitna Pyaar Hai Shammi Kapoor & Mala Sinha

With Best Wishes,