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Monday, May 11, 2009

Boom Bang on BirthDay Blast

Recently their was a birthday blast in my neighborhood, which was really the superb party in which I enjoyed a lot. Here are some images of that blast party.



Myself,Arpita,Althea,Punnu,Chippi,Shubham.

Bapu,Arpita,Althea,Shubham.

Myself,Shubham,Ganesh(Ganya),Sourav,Arpita,Althea

Myself,Shubham,Ganya,Sourav

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Wednesday, May 6, 2009

Some more tips for happiness

Some more tips for getting closer to happiness.


  1. When something goes wrong try to figure out a solution instead of wallowing in self pity. Truly happy people don’t allow set backs to affect their mood because they know that with a little thought they can turn the circumstances back to their favor.
  2. Spend a few minutes each day thinking about the things that make you happy. These few minutes will give you the opportunity to focus on the positive things in your life and will lead you to continued happiness.
  3. It’s also important to take some time each day to do something nice for yourself. Whether you treat yourself to lunch, take a long, relaxing bath or simply spend a few extra minutes on your appearance you will be subconsciously putting yourself in a better mood.
  4. Finding the humor in situations can also lead to happiness. While there are times that require you to be serious, when it is appropriate, find a way to make light of a situation that would otherwise make you unhappy.
  5. Maintaining your health is another way to achieve happiness. Being overweight or not eating nutritious foods can have a negative effect on your mood. Additionally, exercise has been known to release endorphins that give you a feeling of happiness.
  6. Finally, it is important to understand that you deserve happiness. Those who believe that they are not worthy of happiness may subconsciously sabotage their efforts to achieve happiness. If necessary, tell yourself each day that you deserve to be happy and remind yourself what steps you will take to achieve the happiness you desire.

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Monday, May 4, 2009

Viruses on Twitter

I was just reading today’s HT (Hindustan Times) and I got a shocked by reading that Twitter the social networking site provides the social issues plus the viruses. I don’t believe on it but there was a tinge of tension in my mind so I ran my virus scan and I got the ROGER virus which is one of the world’s most dangerous viruses. I swear everybody on Twitter should have RAV to get protection from roger on twitter.

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Sunday, May 3, 2009

Ladder to happiness

1. Make a plan for attaining goals that you believe will make you happy. Your mood will very likely increase as your pursue your goal because you will feel better about yourself for going after something you value.for going after something you value.
2. Surround yourself with happy people. It is easy to begin to think negatively when you are surrounded by people who think that way. Conversely, if you are around people who are happy their emotional state will be infectious.

THESE ARE SOME MORE LIFE TIPS THAT LEAD TO HAPPINESS

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Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Third Tip.

This tip will help you to guide your life to lead to happiness.
The tips is "Understand what it is that will make you happy. Everyone has unique requirements for attaining happiness and what makes one person happy may be very different from what makes someone else happy. Revel in your individuality and do not worry about whether or not your desires are comparable to those of your peers."Really it will work.

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Second Life Tips.


This is the second tip that a smart "man" should not do. That is " He should not enter a house having a dog otherwise their is a danger of getting their underwear tore."

Ha! Ha!

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Sunday, April 26, 2009

Life tips.

Hey guys getting bore with your life and wanted to enjoy it as when you were a baby then you can see my post because some one had gave me idea to put interesting post blog to increase the traffic so it's my try to make my dream a reality.
The first tip is that we should nver tell elderly persons that they are old and if you will say it then they will beat you and if they are not voilent then everyday they will go crazy over you . If you think its wrong then try it yourself .

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Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Football

The origin of football / soccer can be found in every corner of geography and history. The Chinese, Japanese, Italian, Ancient Greek, Persian, Viking, and many more played a ball game long before our era. The Chinese played "football" games date as far back as 3000 years ago. The Ancient Greeks and the Roman used football games to sharpen warriors for battle. In south and Central America a game called "Tlatchi" once flourished.
But it was in England that soccer / football really begin to take shape. It all started in 1863 in England, when two football association (association football and rugby football) split off on their different course. Therefore, the first Football Association was founded in England.
On October 1963, eleven London clubs and schools sent their representatives to the Freemason's Tavern. These representatives were intent on clarifying the muddle by establishing a set of fundamental rules, acceptable to all parties, to govern the matches played amongst them. This meeting marked the birth of The Football Association. The eternal dispute concerning shin-kicking, tripping and carrying the ball was discussed thoroughly at this and consecutive meetings until eventually on 8 December the die-hard exponents of the Rugby style took their final leave. They were in the minority anyway. They wanted no part in a game that forbade tripping, shin-kicking and carrying the ball. A stage had been reached where the ideals were no longer compatible. On 8 December 1863, football and rugby finally split. Their separation became totally irreconcilable six years hence when a provision was included in the football rules forbidding any handling of the ball (not only carrying it).
Only eight years after its foundation, The Football Association already had 50 member clubs. The first football competition in the world was started in the same year - the FA Cup, which preceded the League Championship by 17 years.
International matches were being staged in Great Britain before football had hardly been heard of in Europe. The first was played in 1872 and was contested by England and Scotland. This sudden boom of organized football accompanied by staggering crowds of spectators brought with it certain problems with which other countries were not confronted until much later on. Professionalism was one of them. The first moves in this direction came in 1879, when Darwin, a small Lancashire club, twice managed to draw against the supposedly invincible Old Etonians in the FA Cup, before the famous team of London amateurs finally scraped through to win at the third attempt. Two Darwin players, the Scots John Love and Fergus Suter, are reported as being the first players ever to receive remuneration for their football talent. This practice grew rapidly and the Football Association found itself obliged to legalise professionalism as early as 1885. This development predated the formation of any national association outside of Great Britain (namely, in the Netherlands and Denmark) by exactly four years.
After the English Football Association, the next oldest are the Scottish FA (1873), the FA of Wales (1875) and the Irish FA (1880). Strictly speaking, at the time of the first international match, England had no other partner association against which to play. When Scotland played England in Glasgow on 30 November 1872, the Scottish FA did not even exist - it was not founded for another three months. The team England played that day was actually the oldest Scottish club team, Queen's Park.
The spread of football outside of England, mainly due to the British influence abroad, started slow, but it soon gathered momentum and spread rapidly to all parts of the world. The next countries to form football associations after the Netherlands and Denmark in 1889 were New Zealand (1891), Argentina (1893), Chile (1895), Switzerland, Belgium (1895), Italy (1898), Germany, Uruguay (both in 1900), Hungary (1901) and Finland (1907). When FIFA was founded in Paris in May 1904 it had seven founder members: France, Belgium, Denmark, the Netherlands, Spain (represented by the Madrid FC), Sweden and Switzerland. The German Football Federation cabled its intention to join on the same day.
This international football community grew steadily, although it sometimes met with obstacles and setbacks. In 1912, 21 national associations were already affiliated to the Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA). By 1925, the number had increased to 36, in 1930 - the year of the first World Cup - it was 41, in 1938, 51 and in 1950, after the interval caused by the Second World War, the number had reached 73. At present, after the 2000 Ordinary FIFA Congress, FIFA

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Saturday, April 18, 2009

Last story

These is my last story on Greek which is the most interesting on
The Wanderings of Dionysus
Once he had grown to manhood Dionysus decied to wander far and wide, including areas outside of greece. Where ever he went he taught men how to cultivate vines, and the mysteries of his cult. He was accepted until he returned to his own country of Thebes.
As he journeyed back to greece he was spotted by pirates. He appeared to them as a rich young man. He might even be the son of a king. He certainly looked like his parents would pay a rich ransom for his safe return. Happy at their good luck the pirates siezed him and brought him aboard their ship. They then attempted to tie him to the ship but, the ropes refused to hold. Anyplace a rope touched him it just fell apart. Dionysus watched calmly, smiling.
After some time the helmsman realized that only a god could be responsible. He called out that the crew should free Dionysus and beg his forgiveness. But, the captain mocked the helmsman as a fool and called for the crew to set sail. The crew raised the sail and caught the wind but, the ship did not move. Looking around they saw the ship quickly becoming overgrown with vines that held it fast. Dionysus then changed himself into a lion and began to chase the crewmen. To escape they leaped overboard but, as they did they were changed to dolphins. Only on the helmsman did Dionysus have mercy.
As he passed through Thrance he was insulted by King Lycurgus, who bitterly opposed his new religion. Initialy Dionysus retreated into the sea but, he returned, overpowered Lycurgus and imprisoned him in a rocky cave. Dionysus planned to let him reflect and learn from his mistakes. However, Zeus did not care to have the gods insulted, so he blinded then killed Lycurgus.
He pressed on to Thebes, ruled by his cousin Pentheus. However, Pentheus did not know of Dionysus. Dionysus was with a group of his followers, who were naturally singing and dancing loudly, flushed with wine. Pentheus disliked the loud, strangers, and ordered his guards to imprison them all. He refered to their leader as a cheating sorcerer from Lydia. When he said this the blind old phophet Teiresias, who had already dressed as one of Dionysus's followers gave Pentheus a warning: "The man you reject is a new god. He is Semele's child, whom Zeus rescued. He, along with Demeter, are the greatest upon earth for men." Pentheus, seeing the strange garb Teiresias had on, laughed at him and ordered his guards to continue.
The guards soon found that ropes fell apart, latches fell open, and there they could not imprison Dionysus's followers. The took Dionysus to Pentheus. Dionysus tried to explain at length his worship but, Pentheus listened only to his own anger and insulted Dionysus. Finally, Dionysus gave up and left Pentheus to his doom.
Pentheus persued Dionysus followers up into the hills where they had gone after walking away from his prison. Many of the local women including Pentheus's mother and sister had joined them there. Then Dionysus appeared to his followers in his most terrible aspect and drove them mad. To them Pentheus appeared to be a moutain lion. In a berserk rage they attacked him. Now Pentheus realized he had fought with a god and would die for it. His mother was the first to reach him, and ripped his head off, while the others tore off his limbs.

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Friday, April 17, 2009

4 story of Greek

Zeus came to lust after Metis, and chased her in his direct way. Metis tried to escape, going so far as to change her form many times. Turning into various creatures such as hawks, fish, and serpents. However, Zeus was both determined and equally proficient at changing form. He continued his persuit until she relented.
An Oracle of Gaea then prophesied that Metis first child would be a girl but, her second child would be a boy that would overthrow Zeus as had happened to his father and grandfather. Zeus took this warning to heart. When he next saw Metis he flattered her and put her at her ease. Then with Metis off gaurd Zeus suddenly opened his mouth and swallowed her. This was the end of Metis but, possibly the beginning of Zeus's wisdom.
After a time Zeus developed the mother of all headaches. He howled so loudly it could be heard throughout the earth. The other gods came to see what the problem was. Hermes realized what needed to be done and directed Hephaestus to take a wedge and split open Zeus's skull. Out of the skull sprang Athena, full grown and in a full set of armour. Due to her manor of birth she has dominion over all things of the intellect

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Thursday, April 16, 2009

Third story of Greek

These is the famous third story of Greek mythology
Zeus Lovers
As the sky god Zeus had easy access to the women of the world and took full advantage of it. Also, his power as a supreme god made him difficult to resist. Prior to his marrage to Hera he was married first to Metis, then Themis. He was interested in Demeter but she resisted him. His third wife was Mnemosyne. The list of lovers after his final marrage, to Hera, is considerable:
Europa
Io
Semele
Europa
Europa was the daughter of the King Agenor of Sidon. She had the continent of Europe named for her. Somewhat miraculesly Hera was distracted during her affair with Zeus and never punished her for it.
One night Europa had a dream. In this dream two continents, which were in the forms of women were arguing over Europa. Asia maintained that since Europa had been born in Asia she belonged to it. The other continent, which was nameless, said that her birth was not important, that Zeus would give her to it.

It was early morning, disturbed by the dream Europa did not go back to sleep. She summoned her companions, who were all daughters of nobility and of her age. It was a beautiful day and they went off gathering flowers by the sea. Zeus noticed this charming group, particularly Europa, who was the prettest of the maidens. Some say that Eros, induced him into action with one of his darts. Although, Zeus often made due with self motivation. In any case, Zeus appeared to the group as a white bull. A white bull more beautiful then any other. A bull that smelled of flowers, and lowed musically. A bull so obviously gentle that all the maidens rushed to stroke and pet it.

The bull laid down in front of Europa. She slid on to its back. Instantly, the bull charged off, plunging into the sea, and began to swim rapidly from the shore. Europa saw that a procesion had joined them, Nereids riding dolphins, Triton blowing his horn, even Poseidon. From this she realized that the bull must be a god. She pleaded with him to pity her. Zeus spoke to her and explained his love. He took her to Create, where he had been raised. He promised that she would bear him many famous sons.

Her sons included Minos I and Rhadamanthus.


Io
Zeus fell in love with Io and seduced her. To try to keep Hera from noticing he covered the world with a thick blanket of clouds. This backfired, arousing Hera's suspicions. She came down from Mount Olympus and begain dispersing the clouds. Zeus did some quick thinking and changed Io's form from being a lovely maiden. So as the clouds dispersed Hera found Zeus standing next to a white heifer. He then swore that he had never seen the cow before, it had just sprang right out of the earth. Seeing right through this Hera complimented the cow and asked to have it as a present. As turning such a reasonable request down would have given the whole thing away, Zeus presented her with the cow.
She sent the cow away and arranged Arges to watch over it. Since Arges had a hundred eyes and could have some of them sleep while others were awake he made a fine watchman. Desperate, Zeus sent Hermes to fetch Io. Disgused as a shepard, Hermes had to employ all his skill as a musician and story teller to gain Arges confidence and lull him to sleep. Once asleep Hermes killed Arges. As a memorial, Hera took his eyes and set them into the tail of her favorite bird, the peacock.

While Io was now free Hera sent the mother of all gad-flys to sting the still bovine Io. This pushed her near madness, trying to escape she wandered the world. During her wanders she came across Prometheus while chained. He gave her hope. He predicted that she would have to wander for many years. But, she would eventually be changed back into human form and would bear a child. He predicted that a decendent of this child would be a great hero and set him free.

His predictions came true. During her wanderings many geographical features where named after her including the Ionian Sea, and the Bosphorus (which means ford of the cow). She eventually reached the Nile where Zeus did restore her to human form. She bore Epaphus and eleven generations later her descendant Hercules would set Prometheus free.


Semele
Semele was a Thebian princess. She is the only mortal to be the parent of a god. She was one of Zeus many lovers and like most came to an unfortunate end due to Hera's jealous hatred. She is best known as the mother of Dionysus. While she was killed shortly before giving birth the child was resuced by Zeus. Eventually Dionysus, who had never seen her, managed to rescue her from the underworld. and arrange for her to live on Mount Olympus.

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Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Second Greek superb stories

Here is the second story of the Great GREEK
The Creation of Man by Prometheus

Prometheus and Epimetheus were spared imprisonment in Tatarus because they had not fought with their fellow Titans during the war with the Olympians. They were given the task of creating man. Prometheus shaped man out of mud, and Athena breathed life into his clay figure.
Prometheus had assigned Epimetheus the task of giving the creatures of the earth thier various qualities, such as swiftness, cunning, strength, fur, wings. Unfortunately, by the time he got to man Epimetheus had given all the good qualities out and there were none left for man. So Prometheus decided to make man stand upright as the gods did and to give them fire.
Prometheus loved man more then the Olympians, who had banished most of his family to Tartarus. So when Zeus decreed that man must present a portion of each animal they scarified to the gods Prometheus decided to trick Zeus. He created two piles, one with the bones wrapped in juicy fat, the other with the good meat hidden in the hide. He then bade Zeus to pick. Zeus picked the bones. Since he had given his word Zeus had to accept that as his share for future sacrafices. In his anger over the trick he took fire away from man. However, Prometheus lit a torch from the sun and brought it back again to man. Zeus was enraged that man again had fire. He decided to inflict a terrable punishment on both man and Prometheus.
To punish man, Zeus had Hephaestus create a mortal of stunning beauty. The gods gave the mortal many gifts of wealth. He then had Hermes give the mortal a deceptive heart and a lying tongue. This creation was Pandora, the first women. A final gift was a jar which Pandora was forbidden to open. Thus, completed Zeus sent Pandora down to Epimetheus who was staying amongst the men.
Prometheus had warned Epimetheus not to accept gifts from Zeus but, Pandora's beauty was too great and he allowed her to stay. Eventually, Pandora's curiosity about the jar she was forbidden to open became to great. She opened the jar and out flew all manor of evils, sorrows, plagues, and misfortunes. However, the bottom of the jar held one good thing - hope.
Zeus was angry at Prometheus for three things: being tricked on scarifices, stealing fire for man, and for refusing to tell Zeus which of Zeus's children would dethrone him. Zeus had his servants, Force and Violence, seize Prometheus, take him to the Caucasus Mountains, and chain him to a rock with unbreakable adamanite chains. Here he was tormented day and night by a giant eagle tearing at his liver. Zeus gave Prometheus two ways out of this torment. He could tell Zeus who the mother of the child that would dethrone him was. Or meet two conditions: First, that an immortal must volunteer to die for Prometheus. Second, that a mortal must kill the eagle and unchain him. Eventually, Chiron the Centaur agreed to die for him and Heracles killed the eagle and unbound him

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Friday, April 10, 2009

The Greek Mythological Stories

These days, I had got attracted towards the Greek stories. You should too read it. It is really superb. I have an idea I will post the five famous Greek mythological on my blog.
Don’t you think it’s cool???????????????????

Here it starts,

Creation of the World


In the beginning there was only chaos. Then out of the void appeared Erebus, the unknowable place where death dwells, and Night. All else was empty, silent, endless, darkness. Then somehow Love was born bringing a start of order. From Love came Light and Day. Once there was Light and Day, Gaea, the earth appeared.
Then Erebus slept with Night, who gave birth to Ether, the heavenly light, and to Day the earthly light. Then Night alone produced Doom, Fate, Death, Sleep, Dreams, Nemesis, and others that come to man out of darkness.
Meanwhile Gaea alone gave birth to Uranus, the heavens. Uranus became Gaea's mate covering her on all sides. Together they produced the three Cyclopes, the three Hecatoncheires, and twelve Titans.
However, Uranus was a bad father and husband. He hated the Hecatoncheires. He imprisoned them by pushing them into the hidden places of the earth, Gaea's womb. This angered Gaea and she ploted against Uranus. She made a flint sickle and tried to get her children to attack Uranus. All were too afraid except, the youngest Titan, Cronus.
Gaea and Cronus set up an ambush of Uranus as he lay with Gaea at night. Cronus grabbed his father and castrated him, with the stone sickle, throwing the severed genitales into the ocean. The fate of Uranus is not clear. He either died, withdrew from the earth, or exiled himself to Italy. As he departed he promised that Cronus and the Titans would be punished. From his spilt blood came the Giants, the Ash Tree Nymphs, and the Erinnyes. From the sea foam where his genitales fell came Aphrodite.
Cronus became the next ruler. He imprisoned the Cyclopes and the Hecatoncheires in Tartarus. He married his sister Rhea, under his rule the Titans had many offspring. He ruled for many ages. However, Gaea and Uranus both had prophesied that he would be overthrown by a son. To avoid this Cronus swallowed each of his children as they were born. Rhea was angry at the treatment of the children and ploted against Cronus. When it came time to give birth to her sixth child, Rhea hid herself, then she left the child to be raised by nymphs. To concel her act she wrapped a stone in swaddling cloths and passed it off as the baby to Cronus, who swallowed it.
This child was Zeus. He grew into a handsome youth on Crete. He consulted Metis on how to defeat Cronus. She prepaired a drink for Cronus design to make him vomit up the other children. Rhea convinced Cronus to accept his son and Zeus was allowed to return to Mount Olympus as Cronus's cupbearer. This gave Zeus the opertunity to slip Cronus the specially prepaired drink. This worked as planned and the other five children were vomitted up. Being gods they were unharmed. They were thankful to Zeus and made him their leader.
Cronus was yet to be defeated. He and the Titans, except Prometheus, Epimetheus, and Oceanus, fought to retain their power. Atlas became their leader in battle and it looked for some time as though they would win and put the young gods down. However, Zeus was cunning. He went down to Tartarus and freed the Cyclopes and the Hecatoncheires. Prometheus joined Zeus as well. He returned to battle with his new allies. The Cyclopes provided Zeus with lighting bolts for weapons. The Hecatoncheires he set in ambush armed with boulders. With the time right, Zeus retreated drawing the Titans into the Hecatoncheires's ambush. The Hecatoncheires rained down hundreds of boulders with such a fury the Titans thought the mountains were falling on them. They broke and ran giving Zeus victory.
Zeus exiled the Titans who had fought against him into Tartarus. Except for Atlas, who was singled out for the special punishment of holding the world on his shoulders.
However, even after this victory Zeus was not safe. Gaea angry that her children had been imprisoned gave birth to a last offspring, Typhoeus. Typhoeus was so fearsome that most of the gods fled. However, Zeus faced the monster and flinging his lighting bolts was able to kill it. Typhoeus was burried under Mount Etna in Sicily.
Much later a final challenge to Zeus rule was made by the Giants. They went so far as to attempt to invade Mount Olympus, piling mountain upon mountain in an effort to reach the top. But, the gods had grown strong and with the help of Heracles the Giants were subdued or killed.

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Thursday, April 9, 2009

The biggest bad word for Marathi's

Today, I was walking with my friends just were chatting suddenly we saw that two children nearly age of 13 were fighting. I got shocked by seeing that fight but then I got the superb shock that the one boy is beating the other boy because he told him Bhaiya . After coming home I laughed a lot.

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Monday, April 6, 2009

My new class room


Hi! friends long time not met with you because of my school.I had got promoted to nineth standard in Ryan International in Panvel. My new class teacher is the one who always supports me Ms. Princy and I am in IX A. My new class is cool but my some of the close friends are not with me which made me a sad. Oh! leave all these things and best of luck for exams to the students who is giving exams these year.

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Sunday, April 5, 2009

Review of 8x10 Tasveer


Jai(Akshay) has supernatural powers to delve into the dead by touching an object that belongs to them. His father feels he is wasting his time. But Jai's wife Sheela supports him. His father dies and Jai stumbles upon a photograph of his father. He is pulled into the photograph and realises that his father was murdered and then the story goes on .

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Friday, April 3, 2009

Review of Milk

my review about this movie
Sean Penn never tries to show Harvey Milk as a hero, and never needs to. He shows him as an ordinary man, kind, funny, flawed, shrewd, idealistic, yearning for a better world. He shows what such an ordinary man can achieve. Milk was the right person in the right place at the right time, and he rose to the occasion. So was Rosa Parks. Sometimes, at a precise moment in history, all it takes is for one person to stand up. Or sit down.so please…….enjoy the movie





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My Favorite moviessss

I like the movies which has a good actors and actress, good photography, nice songs, brilliant acting and excellent Dance
By seeing These pic you will understand the movie which I like:



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Thursday, April 2, 2009

Review of Videsh


These is movie is really a big flop movie. Chand leaves her family in India for a new life in Canada. She marries Rocky, a cab driver. He is overwhelemed by his family responsibilities being the sole breadwinner. Chand feels trapped and disconnected. She chances upon a mystical root and an uxexpected twist occurs in her life.

This movie is directed by Deepa Mehta and she had spent 15 cores for these flop movie.

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Wednesday, April 1, 2009

Review of Aa Dekhen Zara


It is a mystic type movie. Ray is a photographer whose lifes changes when he inherits hi grandfather's special camera. He's an overnight success and meets his ladylove Simi a Dj. Then, Ray realises that with great power comes great responsibility... and in his case also great danger, of course. Then the young photographer face the dark realties of the society. These film is directed by Jehangir Surti

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Tuesday, March 31, 2009

My Introduction

Hi my name is Vijay Garg and I study in Ryan International In kharghar, India. I had failed in exams 2 times and I wanted to make a record of three . So please help me to fail

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April Fool




Hey guys its 1st April. Firstly I wanted to wish all my viewers a very big and jolly Happy April Fool Day and secondly I wanted to wish my papa(father) a many many returns of the day and a happy birthday


My logics say that people born on this day are really a big fool except my father






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Indian Women's Conversation is too long

Today I was in Vashi. While returning from Vashi to Panvel by train I saw two women talking on the topic of the serial of Saas and bahu(mother-in-law and daughter-in-law) and immediately they started talking on the politicians and started giving bad words to all politician, and just after the minute they started talking on the topic of food.
This conversation last for 30 minutes I got irritated and I strated recording all these stupid things for my post. But afterwards they caught me and shouted on me and told me to delete the video. Don't be sad I deleted only one video of 15 minutes but stillI am having the one video of only 1 minute enjoy it.

video

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Monday, March 30, 2009

Review of the world biggest flop film 13B

These movie is a realy comedy horror movie.In this bollywood movie we saw that the phantoms are getting connected to humans through the T.V and at the end/climax of the movie they give us the point that the phantoms can also get connected to humans through Mobile Phones and Computers.
I suggest my readers that they should not watch these movie

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Saturday, March 28, 2009

Soccer

Knowing they wouldn’t be able to get rid of the death penalty altogether the The Maryland House of Delegates voted 87 to 52 today to approve some of the nation’s tightest restrictions on death penalty cases.
The measure will limit capital cases to those with biological or DNA evidence, a videotaped confession or a videotape linking the defendant to a homicide. Those are among the steepest hurdles faced by prosecutors in the 35 states that have a death penalty.
“You have cleverly and successfully killed the death penalty in Maryland,” said Del. Patrick L. McDonough (R-Baltimore County), who argued that the bill’s restrictions are so strict that prosecutors will not be able to bring capital cases.
That was the point of it, to get rid of the death penalty without actually getting rid of it made it more likely to pass.It’s cheaper.
It’s the weekend African teams are vying for one of 5 spots for the WC.FIFA.Hell with basketball this is all I care about.
Sudan’s Haytham Kamal Tambal fights for the ball agaiCairo,World Cupnst an unidentified Chadian player during their group ten African Nations Cup qualifying match for the 2010 World Cup in Cairo on September 6, 2008.

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Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Review of Age Of Empire II

Age of Empire II is the best game for the students of Std.IX in India. It helps the students to get more knowledge in history. I suggest all of you that you should play Age Of Empire II The Conquerors Expansion. Tell me if you want the cheats and tricks for this game.

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Tuesday, March 24, 2009

Student's sexual harassment in my school

I am the student of St.Joseph’s High School CBSE, which is famous all over the India. This school is really best but some students are the worst. During lunch break when the smaller boys go to washroom or toilet, the groups of the elder boys of Std.IX abuse them. The names of the leaders of these groups are:-
1. Shashant
2. Sudipto
3. Abhishek

Sexual harassment in school premises is just a curse for students who are there to study not to cut capers. These rascals not only harass but also threaten the victim not to tell the teachers and guardians. Nobody even dare to raise the vice against them but I am making a start to give word of those dumb feelings. We will make a change, I do believe.

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Saturday, March 21, 2009

Welcome to Chhichhore's world

दोस्तों नाम अजीब सा लगता है और जो बड़े लोग खुद तो दुनिया भर के झूठ बोलते हैं और ढकोसले करते हैं लेकिन उम्र में बड़े होने के कारण अपने विचार हमारे ऊपर थोपते हैं। हम उनके ढकोसलों को यहां सबके सामने खोल कर उनके खोखलेपन की धज्जियां उड़ाएंगे। ये खोखले लोग हमारे टीचर्स से लेकर पड़ोसी तक हो सकते हैं। लेकिन ध्यान रहे कि हम लोग सिर्फ़ सच बोलते और लिखते हैं किसी को नीचा दिखाने के लिये बस ऐसे ही झूठमूठ नहीं ब्लेम करते। लोगों की मक्कारी सबको बताइये लेकिन आपके सच को सिद्ध करने के सबूत के साथ लिखिये।
keep writing to uncover the hidden truth behind the hollow personalities of our olders. If they are older in age it is not necessary that they are respeclable because mafia don Dawood Ibrahim and Osama Bin Laden are older to us. Some of our stupid neighbours are doing wrong deeds and older, Age factor does not work to get respect; what we do that is important.
come and join hands with this hard hitting and ass kicking blog to masked people to uncover their mask.
Let's move.........

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