Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Burj Al Arab - 7-STAR HOTEL

The ‘Burj Al Arab’ hotel is located in Dubai. This is the tallest building in the world. This hotel is built near the Jumeirah Beach on an artificial Island. This artificial Island is 280m from the Jumeriah Beach. The construction of this hotel began in 1994 and was completed in the year 1999. The south African constructor Murray and Roberts built this tallest hotel. The total cost took to built this hotel is US$650 million. The total height of the building is 321m.The Building consists of 9,000 tonnes of steel and 70,000 of concrete. To protect from the erosion the engineers created a large rocks in the surface.The smallest suite covers upto 1820 sq.ft. and the largest suite covers up to 8400 sq.ft. The minimum cost of the suite is US$1,000 per night and the maximum suite costs at US$28,000 per night. The total of 202 bedroom suites are available in this hotel. According to this exclusive features the ‘Burj Al Arab’ is known as the 7-star hotel, Arab’s also call this hotel as the 5-star deluxe hotel.

Sunday, April 26, 2009



This video shows one of the great legend "ROGER FEDERER" was crying due to the ache of losing the australian open tennis final match to Nadaal. He could not convince himself and the peak of his agony is expressed from his words 'god is killing me...' But later he was convinced by Nadaal and other members. It is to be noted that he was one short of Pete Sampras's record. It was an emotional moment....watch it

Monday, April 20, 2009


Kalpana Chawla  (March 17, 1962 – February 1, 2003), was a notable Indian-American astronaut and a famous space shuttle mission specialist. Kalpana Chawla did her earlier schooling at Tagore Public School, Karnal. She earned her Bachlor of degree (aeronautical engineering) in Punjab engineering college in 1982. She moved to US in 1982 and obtained her Master of Science degree (aerospace engineering) from Texas University in 1984. She earned a second Master of Science degree in 1986 and PhD in aerospace engineering in 1988 from Colorado University. She was one of seven crewmembers killed in the Space Shuttle Columbia disaster. Here are some of the pictures of her last journey..Have a look at it.

Thursday, April 16, 2009


When I was 12 years old I am very fond of eating chocolates and ice creams like all the kids. But my mom won’t allow me to eat more than one chocolate a day. I do not the reason when I was a kid but now only I come to know that chocolates and ice cream increases our fat which leads to obesity. But still there are many people who cannot eat what they want due to their fat. Maintaining diet is a very difficult job. Diet pills are the effective way to reduce your fat. The new diet pill named atro-phex is now a leading fat reducing pill in the market. Atro-phex pill burns the fat very fast and the five complex of the pill is very effective. If you intake these pills then you can feel the changes in your body within a week. You become lean so faster and the new look will surprise your relatives and neighbors. Atro-phex pills are less in cost and they also offer 100% money back guarantee.

Tuesday, April 14, 2009


It's software that allows you to download videos from YouTube and many others and convert them to other video formats. The program is easy to use, just specify the URL for the video you want to download and click the Ok! It also allows you to convert downloaded videos for iPod, iPhone, PSP, Cell Phone, Windows Media, XVid and MP3. Allows you to access YouTube videos for which you need to be 18+ years of age. 

This simple freeware has two main features: to download FLV files from YouTube, and to convert them to most major formats. If there's a YouTube URL in your clipboard, it will automatically paste it for you when you click on the dialog box. From there, just hit OK and the downloading will commence. One more left-click is all it takes to load the file in the converter, which supports iPhone, iPod, PSP, cell phone, AVI, MP3, WMV, and Xvid. Surprisingly, there's also a basic video editor for cropping videos by time stamp. You can also cut out the sound when converting.Enjoy downloading the videos you like just by clicking the following link..


Sunday, April 12, 2009


Computers cannot work directly on your telephone line. The digital information processed by computers must be translated into audible sounds that are carried across telephone lines to a remote location. The sound signals coming from the telephone lines must be converted back into digital information for the computer. A device called Modulator/Demodulator (MODEM) performs this continuous process of modulation and demodulation between a computer and telephone line. As the number of personal computers has grown into millions, the demand for faster and more reliable modern communication has resulted in impressive speed and performance. Today’s modems have also enabled entirely new developments such as facsimile and voice-over-data capabilities. Most modems today can be fabricated with only a few specialized chips and discrete parts, and virtually all computer communication systems contain the same essential parts. First, data must be translated from parallel into serial form and back again. Serial data being transmitted must be converted into an audio signal, and then placed on ordinary telephone circuit. Audio signals received from the telephone line must be separated from transmitted signals, and then converted back into serial data. All of these activities must takes place under the direction of a controller circuit. Finally, a modem uses nonvolatile RAM (NVRAM) to maintain a lengthy list of setup parameters.

Saturday, April 11, 2009


If you move into a rundown building off a national highway in Howrah you will be ushered in by a skeleton to a cob webbed dining hall, don't shriek.Ghosts will take orders from you with a welcome smile and goblins will pop out of frames on walls to sit beside you in a ghost restaurant being constructed by world-famous conjuror P C Sorcar (junior).The restaurant is coming up on a secluded spot beside the National Highway-6, a few kms from Kolkatta.The dilapidated look of the house, which has graves in the compound, spooky pictures on the walls and small windows, will be accentuated by diffused lighting, laser rays and animated models. Imagine how it will be like if a waiter takes off his own head and puts it on plate while noting orders from the customer, or if a ghoul springs up from the nearby grave and sits next to you. Or a goblin walks out of the picture frame and asks your name.If one stays till the end, he will only become less superstitious by knowing magic is nothing but science and ghostly acts are all executed by humans.
"My purpose is not to start a restaurant business and make profits; I want to provide unadulterated fun to people of all ages and educate people about what magic is all about. It is nothing supernatural, god-gifted, but plain science," Sorcar (junior), says.I am sure it will be a one-stop destination for tourists and local people.So, here's wishing you a nervous dinner

Friday, April 10, 2009



Hi friends... Eager to see a ghost in live??? then click the above video to watch the ghost with white dress moving across a room which was being trapped by a surveillance video camera. But i dont know why all the ghosts having same costume? Anyway watch it and enjoy...

Thursday, April 2, 2009


Social Networking Websites have been around since the mid-90's, but in recent years, social networking has exploded across the web. The web 2.0 initiative has made modern social networking sites increasing popular and easier to use than the initial wave of sites that launched in the 90's.
Through social networking, people can use networks of online friends and group memberships to keep in touch with current friends, reconnect with old friends or create real life friendships through similar interests of groups. 
Besides establishing important social relationships, social networking members can share their interests with other like-minded members by joining groups and forums. Some networking can also help members find a job or establish business contacts.
Most popular social networking websites:
1. Facebook : http://www.facebook.com/
2. Myspace : http://www.myspace.com/
3. Friendster : http://www.friendster.com/
4. Hi5 : http://www.hi5.com/
5. Bebo : http://www.bebo.com/
6. Twitter : http://twitter.com/
7. Zorpia : http://www.zorpia.com/
8. Yahoo!360 : http://360.yahoo.com/
9. FUPEI : http://www.fupei.com/
10. Linked in : http://www.linkedin.com/
11. Orkut : http://www.orkut.com/
12. Perfspot : http://www.perfspot.com/
13. WAYN:http://www.wayn.com/

Wednesday, April 1, 2009


Pietersen, Flintoff and Duminy are the hottest picks in this IPL auction 2009. Totally 6 rounds were conducted to pick up the foreign players. At the end of round 1,Rajasthan Royals bought Australian bowler Shaun Tait for $375,000. Mumbai Indians bid $950,000 for South African batsman Jean-Paul Duminy. Chennai Super Kings bid a record price of $1.55 million for England all-rounder Andrew Flintoff. And the Bangalore Royal Challengers bid $1.55 million for former England captain Kevin Pietersen. Pietersen and Flintoff have now become the costliest players ahead of  MS Dhoni in the IPL. In round 2, Deccan Chargers buy West Indies bowler Fidel Edwards for $ 150,000. Delhi Daredevils buy England batsman Owais Shah for$275,000. Delhi Daredevils buy Paul Collingwood for $275,000. In round 3Rajasthan Royals buy South African all-rounder Tyron Henderson for $650,000. King's XI, Punjab buy England all-rounder Ravi Bopara for$450,000. Chennai Super Kings bid $140,000 for Sri Lankan bowler Thilan Thusara. Bangalore Royal Challengers buy New Zealand batsman Jesse Ryder for $160,000. Mumbai Indians buy New Zealand bowler Kyle Mills for $150,000. Suprisingly at the end of this round no takers for Phil Jaques, Ashwell Prince,Andre Nel, Luke Wright, Nuwan Kulasekara. Then in round 4, Deccan Chargers buy West Indies all-rounder Dwayne Smith for$100,000. In round 5 unfortunately all players in this pool were unsold. The list includes Tamim Iqbal, Bryce McCain, James Franklin, Adrian Blizard, Ramnaresh Sarwan, Michael Klinger, S Weeraratne,Prasanna Jayawardene, Dominic Thornely. In the final round KKR bid $600,000 for Bangladesh bowler Mashrafe Mortaza. Chennai Super Kings buy Australia's George Bailey for $50,000. At the end of this round no takers for Yusuf Abdullah, Daniel Harris, Kemar Roach, Aaron Bird. At the end of the six rounds of bidding, only two teams Mumbai Indians and Kings XI Punjab had a slot each for an overseas player. Each team can have a maximum of ten foreign players. Atlast Kings XI Punjab asked for West Indies bowler Jerome Taylor  at his base price of $150,000, while Mumbai Indians get Bangladesh skipper Mohammad Ashraful for $75,000. And that is the end of the IPL auction for the second season. Now, the action beckons! Lets see in action..