Monday, February 28, 2011

Punjabi Kudi in Bollywood .......... Part 2

10. Kamini Kaushal


11. Deepti Naval

 

12. Divya Dutta


13. Esha Deol


14. Geeta Bali


15. Gracy Singh


16. Gul Panag


17. Juhi Babbar


18. Juhi Chawala




















To Save or Invest?

Well we all know saving and investing are two different perceptions towards money. Let’s see how saving is quite different from investing. In savings, your initial amount of capital or cash remains constant, it is untouched and best part is that your earnings are guaranteed in terms of interest. So almost no risk involved in savings. In investment he capital value can go up or down. And returns are not guaranteed. So basically it involves risk compared to savings.
Savings provide resources for emergencies. The primary goal is to store funds and keep them safe. This is why savings are generally placed in interest-bearing accounts that are safe such as those insured or guaranteed by the government; so that you will have minimal loss if any. However, savings generally have low yields. And that is the reason people tend to take some risk and try the option of Investment. Investments provide much higher opportunities to yield more.
Saving is like your insurance. It insures you against any unwanted unpleasant hiccups in your life. And you are surely going to have some in your life such as losing your job, unexpected medical expense in the family. It is the backbone of you and your family’s financial well-being. Saved money grants you financial security. And the more you save, the more financial secure and independent you could be.
The objective of investing is generally to increase your wealth; so that you will realize all your dreams. But Investing will always involve risk. Never depend on your investment. There is always going to be risk of your stocks losing money big time. So Save some money and invest some to ensure better future.

















Sunday, February 27, 2011

Nokia Cellphones: X5

 
NOKIA X5
Expected Price: Rs. 9200
The Nokia X5 is a QWERTY phone designed for youngsters. It has been designed keeping in mind youngster’s needs. It has very interesting features, such as the ability to change tracks by shaking the phone or knowing how many unread messages you have. It has a 5 megapixel camera with flash, QVGA display, 3G and Wi-Fi. It also runs on Symbian S60 3rd Edition. In other words it means this is a Smartphone. And because of that you can run multiple applications on it and download more from Nokia's Ovi Store.
Nokia X5 has a unique design. It has a distinctive square shape when closed. Slide open the phone and you will find a full QWERTY keypad.

 

The phone uses stainless steel all around and on the back for the battery cover. Above the battery cover is the 5 megapixel camera with LED flash. The SIM card and microSD card are placed below the battery. The X5 accepts up to 16GB microSD cards and comes with a 2GB card as standard.
Nokia X5 has a 2.36-inch QVGA display. It has an ambient light sensor to automatically adjust the display brightness.
The Nokia X5 is a quad band 3G handset. It also supports Wi-Fi 802.11b/g and Bluetooth v2.1 but there is no GPS. The X5 records the videos in VGA resolution but at a lowly 15FPS.

 

The X5 comes with a dedicated music key, which launches and hides the music player. The X5 also has a 3.5mm headphone jack and a powerful loudspeaker. The X5 also has an FM radio. The radio sensitivity was very good and so was the audio quality.
The Nokia X5 has a 950 mAh Li-Ion battery.






Saturday, February 26, 2011

Quotes from Book: PANGIRA

Quotes from Book “PANGIRA”


1.      “paustakata ekIsaarKaM baL naahI paNa vyavaharata baokIsaarKaI gaMmata naahI.”
2.     “k`aMtaI, ivad`aoh vagaOro saa%yaa paustakatalyaa gaaoYTI. caar paustakM ilahUna AaiNa paaopaTavaanaI gaaoD baaolaUna ka kuzM samaajasaovaa haotao? Hataata sattaa paaihjao. sattaosaarKaM jagaata dusarM sauMdr kaya Aaho? sattaa AalaI, kI gaaorgairbaaMcao AEa`U pausataa yaotaata. naDIlaa {payaaogaI paDtaa yaotaM.”

Author: Vishwas Patil
Book: PANGIRA














Small Nuclear War Could Reverse Global Warming for Years?

Small Nuclear War Could Reverse Global Warming for Years?

Thursday, February 24, 2011

CHEVEROLET BEAT

 
CHEVROLET BEAT
Expected Price in Mumbai: Rs 4,45,000
General Motors India has launched Chevrolet Beat only with petrol engine option but it is available with three variants. All three variants of Chevrolet Beat are powered by the same capacity engine but they differ in terms luxuries and other features. All three variants of Chevrolet Beat are equipped with the 1.2L, 1199cc, 16Valve DOHC petrol engine that produces 80.5PS of maximum power with 108Nm of maximum torque and delivers excellent engine performance. This higher level of power and torque results excellent acceleration and performance thus the car never vibrates even after 100kmph speed. According to the ARAI (Automotive Research Association of India), the Chevrolet Beat offers mileage 18.6kmpl in standard test conditions
Chevrolet Beat is a stylish car which will features funky exteriors with its large raked headlamps, body colored bumper, body colored door handles and ORVMs (Outside Rear View Mirrors), bold and aggressive front grille. The rear view of Chevrolet Beat is also very attractive with its high mounted tail lamps with chrome surroundings on tail lamps, chrome finished tail gate handles and rear spoilers. The interiors of Chevrolet Beat will also very stylish and it is packed with lots of new generation advanced luxurious features that generally luxury segment sedans offer. The dual tone dashboard of Chevrolet Beat is packed with highly advanced instrument cluster, fabric upholstery, leather covered steering wheel, leather covered gear knob, and adjustable, comfortable and sporty seats makes.
The all new Chevrolet Beat is loaded with an array of safety and security features that are 2.5Mph impact proof bumpers, height adjustable front and rear seat headrest, front fog lamps, central locking, front disc brakes, CHMSL, day and night IRVM as standard feature while ABS (Antilock Brake System) that ensures car will never skid out of control in case of hard braking at slippery surface, Dual Front Airbags and Front Seat Belts with Load Limiters are present as option.
Chevrolet Beat PS: It is the base variant of Chevrolet Beat that comes without Power Windows, Roof Rails, Rear Spoiler, Central Locking, Climate Control, Fog Lamps, etc.
Chevrolet Beat LS: This variant is the base model in the Beat LPG series. It comes with features such as Height adjustable Front Headrest and Central Locking.
Chevrolet Beat LT: This is the top end variant in the Beat LPG series. It hosts one more feature in addition to the above variant, Front Fog lamps for better clarity during thick winters.




Wednesday, February 23, 2011

BRAZIL ........ Part 7

 
The most popular sport in Brazil is football (soccer). The Brazilian national football team is ranked among the best in the world according to the FIFA World Rankings, and has won the World Cup tournament a record five times. Basketball, volleyball, auto racing, and martial arts also attract large audiences. Others sports practiced in Brazil are tennis, team handball, swimming, and gymnastics that have found a growing number of enthusiasts over the last decades. Some sport variations have their origins in Brazil: beach football, futsal (indoor football) and footvolley emerged in Brazil as variations of football. In martial arts, Brazilians developed Capoeira, Vale tudo, and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. In auto racing, three Brazilian drivers have won the Formula One world championship eight times.
Brazil has hosted several high-profile international sporting events, including the 1950 FIFA World Cup and has been chosen to host the 2014 FIFA World Cup. The São Paulo circuit, Autódromo José Carlos Pace, hosts the annual Grand Prix of Brazil. São Paulo organized the IV Pan American Games in 1963, and Rio de Janeiro hosted the XV Pan American Games in 2007. On 2 October 2009, Brazil was selected to host the 2016 Olympic Games, the first to be held in South America.
In May 2010 Brazil launched TV Brasil Internacional, an international television station, initially broadcasting to 49 countries. Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, President of Brazil, described its aim as "presenting Brazil to the world".











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