Known is a Drop,Unknown is an Ocean..!!
21 Dec 2013 Leave a comment
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05 Jul 2013 Leave a comment
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Google will use Google+, YouTube and Search to bring the Bollywood glamour to users on a digital platform.
Bollywood stars will join a Hangout on-air live from the green carpet, YouTube will capture the pre-event parties, and knowledge panels across Search will showcase everything one needs to know about the nominees.
“We are extremely excited to bring IIFA home this year. With this association, we hope to ensure a never before experience to all Indian movie lovers. We will use Google+, Google Search Trends and YouTube to provide a great experience to the IIFA watchers. This association will help us to reach out to millions of IIFA fans and bring live action from IIFA 2013 to their desk tops and mobiles,” said Sandeep Menon, director-marketing, Google India.
11 Dec 2012 1 Comment
in Ayurveda, bollywood, Career, Celebrity, cinema, Education, Entertainment, Food, India, Motivation, NEWS, people, Rajinikanth, yoga Tags: Chennai, Cinema of India, Definitive Biography, God, INDIA, Moondru Mugam, Raghava Lawrence, rajini, Rajinikanth, Tamil Nadu, YouTube
12.12.12 is the day which has a magic in it , it comes only once in hundred years and thats awesome that we are here to witness the magic .
And above all for us , the Die-hard fans of Thalaivar Rajini ,this day is even more special than any others. because he shares his 62nd Birthday on the very same day which makes it even more special.
The name we chant is Rajini , when the God treated him with more magic and this is one . not to mention the prayers and well wishes he has got from his fans all around the Globe .
Rajinikanth has been called the most popular Indian film actor of his time.His popularity has been attributed to “his uniquely styled dialogues and idiosyncrasies in films, as well as his political statements and philanthropy”.
“With never before presented insights on his personal and political life, this book, for the first time analyses the unmatched charm and magic of Rajinikanth that bridges the unique boy-next-door, down to earth persona, with that of his larger than life superstar image,” the publishers said in a statement.The book will also contain rare pictures and anecdotes.
Super Star Rajinikanth’s films are known for their “punch” dialogues. These are rhyming lines of dialogue delivered by the Rajinikanth to indirectly express his principles or position on political issues. Tamil magazines sometimes conduct competitions to predict possible punch dialogues for his forthcoming films. These dialogues are repeated many times in his movies and most of these have significance to the political situation at the time of release of relevant movies.
Listed below are some notable “punch” dialogues:
16 Aug 2012 Leave a comment
If you drink SNAKE VENOM ,YOU WILL BE UNHARMED!!
Yes UNHARMED (Unless you have some cut in your mouth).
06 Oct 2011 2 Comments
The much awaited India’s ultra-low-cost tablet is finally here. The much talked-about $35 tablet has been branded Aakash, and not Sakshat as reported earlier.
The initial cost at which the government is acquiring one lakh units the tablet PC from DataWind is Rs 2250 per unit. The target price at which the government intends to acquire an additional 1 crore units is the previously publicised Rs 1750 per unit.
The tablet will also be commercially available from November at a price of Rs 2999. A cellular modem will be the additional feature in the commercial model. Some units of the tablet PC were also distributed to the students present at the launch event in New Delhi. The device will initially be made available to post-secondary students.
The Aakash tablet also has support for Wi-Fi connectivity and includes a microphone and stereo earphones. The tablet also comes with a 12-month replacement warranty. The device was first showcased in back in July 2010. The tablet supports additional external memory up to 32 GB and includes an USB port.
A keyboard portfolio case for the tablet will also be made available during the commercial launch at an additional cost of Rs 300.
India trails fellow BRIC nations Brazil, Russia and China in the drive to get its 1.2 billion population connected to technologies such as the Internet and mobile phones, a report by risk analysis firm Maplecroft said this year.
The number of Internet users grew 15-fold between 2000 and 2010, according to another recent report. Still, just 8 per cent of Indians have access. That compares with nearly 40 per cent in China.
Some 19 million people subscribe to mobile phones every month, making India the world’s fastest growing market, but most are from the wealthier segment of the population in towns.
Like the Kindle Fire, the Aakash uses the Google Android operating system, but market watchers were sceptical the Indian-made device will have mass appeal.
- Processor: 366 Mhz. Connexant with Graphics accelerator and HD Video processor
- Memory (RAM): 256MB RAM / Storage (Internal): 2GB Flash
- Storage (External): 2GB to 32GB Supported
- Peripherals (USB2.0 ports, number): 1 Standard USB port
- Audio out: 3.5mm jack / Audio in: 3.5mm jack
- Display and Resolution: 7″ display with 800×480 pixel resolution
- Input Devices: Resistive touch screen
- Connectivity and Networking: GPRS and WiFi IEEE 802.11 a/b/g
- Power and Battery: Up to 180 minutes on battery. AC adapter 200-240 volt range.
- OS: Android 2.2
- Document Rendering
* Supported Document formats: DOC, DOCX, PPT, PPTX, XLS, XLSX, ODT, ODP
* PDF viewer, Text editor
- Multimedia and Image Display
* Image viewer supported formats: PNG, JPG, BMP and GIF
* Supported audio formats: MP3, AAC, AC3, WAV, WMA
* Supported video formats: MPEG2, MPEG4, AVI, FLV
- Communication and Internet
* Separate application for online YouTube video
- Safety and other standards compliance
* CE certification / RoHS certification
23 Sep 2011 1 Comment
in Diasaster, Mystery, NEWS Tags: Atmospheric sciences, Birch Aquarium, canada, Cloud, Crystal, Fallstreak hole, Ice crystals, List of UFO sightings, North Zealand, October, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UFO, YouTube
Odd Light ShowsCredit: YouTube
New evidence suggesting neutrinos can travel faster than the speed of light has shined a spotlight on how light moves and acts. Light plays off our atmosphere in strange and mysterious ways, sometimes sparking claims of UFO sightings and paranormal activity. From “shining halo clouds” to sprites and massive light spirals, the otherworldly photos of light phenomena in this gallery are naturally-occurring or man-made illusions.
Sky SpiralCredit: Dagfinn Rapp
The above unaltered image may like a wormhole to another dimension, but it was actually caused by a Russian missile that failed just after launch. The spectacular spiral light show appeared in December 2009 in the sky above northern Norway. According to Russia’s defense ministry, a botched Bulava ballistic test missile spun out of control, creating the mysterious rotating spiral effect.
Solar PillarCredit: Lars D. Terkelsen | larsdaniel.com
This shot, taken in May 2010 at Nødebohuse, North Zealand, in Denmark, shows a natural phenomenon referred to as a solar pillar. These vertical beams of light areusually created in cold air by ice crystals falling from high clouds. The crystals are sometimes flat, and air resistance will cause them to float flatly, rather than knifing downward on edge. As sunlight reflects off the crystals, the resulting column of light shining up into the sky seems to come from the sun, but in reality it’s just a few miles away from the observer.
Sprite SightingCredit: ILAN Science Team
A natural weather phenomenon, sprites appear as flashes high in the sky. They are triggered by thunderstorms and are created when lightning from thunderstorms excites the electric field in the atmosphere above the storm. The resulting dancing flashes of bright light can form as balls of electricity, streaks, tendrils or a combination of both, such as in the above image.
Emerald Sunset GlowCredit: Nigella Hillgarth
Just above this sunset, a peculiar light glows green. This “green flash,” caused by light refracting in the atmosphere, is rarely seen. But it was captured by Nigella Hillgarth, director of the Birch Aquarium at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography in San Diego, as she took a routine photo of the sun sinking into the Pacific.
A Halo of LightCredit: YouTube
Above is a still from video taken last October and uploaded onto YouTube of a giant halo in an overcast sky over Moscow. The unusual sight ignited UFO rumors, but was easily explained by meteorologists. The “halo cloud” was just an optical illusion caused by sunlight hitting a cloud at just the right angle. The cloud’s round shape is likely what is known as a hole-punch cloud. These clouds occur within cirrostratus clouds, which are often composed of ice crystals and drops of water that are below freezing temperature but still in liquid form. When cirrostratus clouds are disturbed by planes or strong winds, the droplets can freeze instantly or evaporate, the latter of which will form the hole.
Stunning SundogsCredit: Don Brown, Utah Skies
A sundog is another atmospheric optical phenomenon caused by the refraction of sunlight by tiny ice crystals in clouds. Also known as “mock” suns or parhelia, sundogs appear on each side of the sun. The ice crystals must be oriented horizontally and the observer’s line of sight must be close to horizontal to see the sundogs. This beautiful photo was captured at sunrise on a cold morning in Park City, Utah. Above the Trans-Alaska Pipeline in midwinter, sundogs meld into a halo around the sun.
Lime LightCredit: Pi-Lens | Shutterstock
The sky appears to glow an eerie green hue as the intense aurora borealis, also known as the northern lights, shine in the moonlit night. The striking image is mirrored on Lake Laberge, Yukon Territory, Canada.
Ice Crystal ArcCredit: NOAA Photo Library
Solar halos are also caused by small, flat, six-sided, ice crystals that float down parallel to the ground. When an observer passes through the same plane as many of the falling ice crystals near sunrise or sunset, the alignment makes each crystal act like a miniature lens. These “lenses” refract sunlight into our view and create what appears to be a bright circle around the sun. Shown above is a photo of the sun peeking from behind a building, with a 22-degree solar halo arc shining around it.