Friday, February 27, 2009
Sunday, February 22, 2009
Indian Movies has become more narrowly focusing mainly on poverty, by saying that one movie which was collaberated by UK film makers along with indian actors, suddenly strikes our mind is Slumdog millionaire. A story about a teen who grew up in slums of indian City called Mumbai. He participates in a reality show called who wants to be a millionaire?, as who will hesitate to skip a chance of becoming a millionaire when get an opportunity.
The teen starts his travel smoothly on the reality show, by firing the write choices. He gets suspected by everyone from the production team to the Cops and he gets arrested under the doubt of cheating, Investigation progresses, which actually travels him back to past of his real life experiences that he has travelled. which literally provides the clear solutions and answers in everyone mind, how he choosed the write choices.
Congratulations!!!!!! Congratulations!!!! A R Rehman is certainly the man of the moment.The man who redefined contemporary Indian music and is the pride of the entire nation.Saluting A R Rehman for all the soul reaching tunes given to indian public over last many years resulting in 2 Oscars, with blessings of almighty Allah, his mother and wishes over a billion of Indians.
A R Rehman won two Oscars - for best original score and the song Jai Ho in the Slumdog Millionaire on Sunday at Hollywood’s Kodak Theater. Gulzar too won the award for Best Original song.
2009 is really best year for AR Rahaman because he won Golden Globe, Befta and Now Oscar.
“I want to thank everyone. The essence of the film is optimism and hope. All through my life I had the choice of love and hate…I chose love and I am here,” an elated Rahman said.
With “Slumdog Millionaire”, Danny Boyle’s rags to riches drama based on a book by Indian diplomat Vikas Swarup, the 41-year-old Rahman has stuck gold - and so has India and Indian music.
The film had 10 Oscar nominations, including three for Rahman - he was nominated for Best Original Score and two for the Best Original Song for a motion picture with his songs “Jai Ho” and “O Saaya”. It was another first for an Indian.
Monday, February 16, 2009
The word "iPod" doesn't stand for anything exactely,in the sense its not a completely an acronym.The name breaks down into two sections "i" and "Pod".The "i" is the common part of the name given by Apple to its products at the time ipod was released like iTunes,iBook,iMac. And "Pod" according to some source , stands for "Portable Open Database", a software which is used to run the iPod.
In October 2006, iPod ran into a bit of a snag regarding its Windows support, considered by many in the industry to be crucial to iPod's near-complete dominance in the portable media player market. One might think that because iPods are Apple devices, they're not susceptible to the viruses that plague Microsoft's Windows operating system. Apparently, not so. If you bought an iPod video between September 12, 2006 and October 18, 2006, there is, according to Apple, a 1 percent chance it contains a worm called RavMonE.exe.
The machine that was doing the infecting was apparently the last Windows machine on that particular production line -- the quality-control computer.
Microsoft Live OneCare
Symantec Norton Anti-Virus
Apple says that all iPods shipped as of October 18, 2006, are free of malware.
Friday, February 13, 2009
First and foremost, consider her personality. I mean really think about the traits that make her unique. Is she a humanitarian, an animal lover, a fashionista etc? Is she a great cook, an aspiring writer, loves the outdoors? Then buy her a gift that matches her personality.
Consider her lifestyle. Does she work 50 + hours a week? If so she could probably use a relaxing day at the spa, or just a facial if you’re a little strapped for cash. Does her home need cleaning or repairs? Do some repairs for her and if you’re not dying to clean her apartment hire a cleaning service to do it for you.
Imagine her surprise when she gets home and the place is sparkling clean, or the faucet is no longer running and you’re ready to take her out for an intimate candle light dinner. Or better yet, cook for her.Consider her needs . Perhaps she needs a new coffee machine, or some other appliance but has not had the money to buy a replacement. If you can afford it consider getting it for her.
Call her friends and find out if she’s told them about any gifts she’s like to receive. Ask whether or not she’s voiced wanting to buy something for herself lately. They might even know about something she really wanted to buy but didn’t for one reason or another. If they can’t tell you anything specific, buy her a gift card for her favorite store.
Be romantic. It’s Valentine’s Day. Whatever you get her, don’t forget to include the card. Or if you want to make her really happy, (happy enough to give you a surprise in bed) write her a love letter. Finally, do not forget to buy chocolates.
Monday, February 9, 2009
Times are hard, retrenchments are rife and companies are not queueing up to employ recently qualified matriculants, or graduates, for that matter.
So what do you do if you suddenly find your accounts piling up and there is no job to go to? All is not lost – there is much that you can do.
Let everyone know: Put the word out that you are looking for a job – tell all your friends, your parents' friends, teachers, people at the church and the sports club. Tell people you're prepared to do anything – many an unromantic part-time job that was well done, has led to greater things.
Be on the lookout: Lying in front of the TV moping is not going to get you anywhere – what are you waiting for? The perfect job to come knocking on your door? Check the newspapers regularly, scout the noticeboards at the community centre, listen to the radio. In short, be alert for any opportunity.
Lower your expectations: Many newly graduated people especially have grand ideas of what they would like to do and what they won't do. Fact is, the market is saturated and employers can pick and choose between myriads of applicants with decades of experience. Be prepared to do anything – if you work well, it will provide you with an entry point into a field of work and you can then work your way up. But you need to get in first. Also be modest in your salary expectations – unrealistic demands could lose you an opportunity.
Choose a field: If you want to work in retail management, take any job you can find in that particular environment, and work your way up. If it means starting on the shop floor as a sales assistant, see it as experience you're notching up. Don't get stuck in a dead end job in a field in which you have no interest. Dead end jobs are fine for a while if you need the money to pay the rent, but don't get stuck there.
Offer your services for free: This one has been known to work over and over again. Choose a company you would really like to work for, make an appointment and offer to work for them free of charge for three months. Make yourself indispensable and be a willing workhorse – if anything comes up, chances are you will be first and foremost in their minds as a possible candidate.
Update your CV: Make sure your CV is up to date – if a job possibility suddenly appears out of the blue, you want to be able to produce a CV within half an hour. Waiting two days, while you put together a CV, might just cost you a job.
Get marketable skills: If your skills are not very marketable – after all, how many job opportunities are there for graduates in anthropology or sociology? – equip yourself with marketable skills. Do a desktop publishing course, become computer literate, do a secretarial course – do whatever it takes.
Start your own business: Rather than wait around for a job to appear, create your own. Figure out what is needed in your community – this could be from car washing to babysitting to teaching extra lessons – and do something about it. This need not cost you a fortune to set up – your biggest expense will probably be a cell phone and a pay-as-you go contract.
Do all work as well as you can: Whatever you are given to do, whether it is selling samoosas at the bazaar or looking after kids during church services, do it as well as you can. If you are enthusiastic and make an effort, someone is sure to notice sooner or later.
Be friendly, willing and presentable: If you get an interview, take out the tongue ring – keep in mind who is the one with most to lose here. The interviewer owes you nothing. Don't be a Moaning Minnie – no one wants to work with someone who complains about everything. To get the job, you often have to look the part – accept it
Sunday, February 8, 2009
Pitt clutched six-month-old son Knox, who proved he had inherited his father's fashion sense. The pair wore matching grey sweaters and flat caps for their arrival at Tokyo's Narita International Airport.
Jolie followed behind with Vivienne, who was nestled in a sling and dressed in a white cashmere hat. The couple's other four children - Zahara, Pax, Maddox and Shiloh - were with them for the trip.
It is the first time the twins have been seen in public. Pitt and Jolie sold pictures of the babies to a magazine for a $14 million fee, which was donated to their charity foundation.
The family are in Japan for the premiere of Pitt's new film, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button.
They flew in from Los Angeles, where the couple attended the Screen Actors Guild Awards but left empty-handed. They are also up for acting awards at the Oscars next month, but neither is favourite to win.
Jolie disclosed before Christmas that they are planning to adopt a seventh child, and said the other children would be unfazed by yet another addition to the family. "We have so many children that they are not really stunned any more when kids come home," she explained.
Saturday, February 7, 2009
When Rain Wipe Away My Tears
I Cant Get You out of My head
No Matter how i try
I Still love You
Even when you make me Cry,
I want You in my Arms
I want you to be Mine
But You don't want me Now
You says it's Not our Time,
Relationships are hard Enough
But love makes them even Worse
Love Makes it hard to give Up
Love is a curse,
I Hate the fact I love You
And that i cant Get You out of My Mind
I hate that every time i think of You
My heart flutters and My eyes Cry,
I don't understand how you do this to Me
How You make Me want to Die
How I dream about you Every Night,
I 'd rather Cry and mope and Whine
Than call You to get things Straight
Because somewhere in my Heart
I know Its already Too Late ..
Wednesday, February 4, 2009
Most of the obese passengers would have the risk of blood clot if they sit in the window seat in flights. The research says that a DVT clot can cause death if it passes through a passenger's bloodstream to the lungs, causing pulmonary embolism..
A RECENT research by a group of experts of the Leiden University Medical Centre says that people, who sit by the window face in the flight, possess the risk of developing a fatal blood clot than those who sit either in the middle or aisle seats.
Generally passengers find it easier to fall asleep if they sit in window seats. A long hour sleep also helps to reduce the risk of developing a DVT during a long journey by air. While speaking to the media, the concerned researchers of the Leiden University Medical Centre said, “Passengers in a window seat had a two-fold increase in risk compared to those in an aisle seat, while there was no increase in risk in those in middle seats. One explanation may be that passengers are in a more cramped position in a window seat.”The study report also says that flying business class reduces the risk of a DVT by 30 per cent.
From the world over, he received letters from his fans, one of which conveyed: "Why does GOD have to select you for such a bad disease"?
To this Arthur Ashe replied:
"The world over -- 50 million children start playing tennis, 5 million learn to play tennis, 500,000 learn professional tennis, 50,000 come to the circuit, 5000 reach the grand slam, 50 reach Wimbledon, 4 to the semi final, 2 to the finals, when I was holding the cup I never asked GOD 'Why me?'.
And today in pain I should not be asking GOD 'Why me?