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Monday, September 26, 2011

Holidays Finished

I was on leave and enjoying life in  USA, That's why i was out of touch from my blog. Now i m back and i will try to update new nice and interesting post as much as i can.
Best wishes for everyone.

Friday, August 26, 2011

Irene Hurricane

Hurricane is coming in USA.
Till now one person is killed. For a very long time it happened that New York has been evacuated and everything has to be stopped to control the loss of life. The New York has been called the City of lights and for the first time in the whole century it has been evacuated.
Flights has been cancelled because of heavy wind.
Saturday Night it will struck the New York City and in the morning it will strike at Atlantic city.
May God take Care of everybody.
I will try to post latest updates about irene hurricane from now on.

Sunday, August 14, 2011

Stage Collapses at Indiana State

Five Killed and many other Injured in Indiana State when the stage collapses.
That is really a bad thing.

Friday, August 12, 2011

EnD VioLEnCe

Tariq Jahan had the dignity, the compassion and the common sense to demand an end to the violence that had shattered his life with the death of his son Haroon.Tariq Jahan the Father of Haroon deliever a sensible message to everyone,that calm down and don't do bad things.Just pray for everyone. Because doing long march or strikes wont bring back his son and the other persons who r killed in all this violence.
So being a Muslim he gave good example that go back to Ur homes and say Ur prayers and pray for everyone.This is what Islam teaches us.Everybody have to follow those things.
God Bless there souls.

Wednesday, August 10, 2011

God Bless UK

Its really been going very bad in UK. Our Country Pakistan is facing such type of issue quite a long time. Everybody blames Pakistan whatever happened, Look at that what happened in UK. Because if such type of incidents happen any where in the world nobody can stop those things. Those people who believe that they r very socialize and nothing gone bad and whatever they r doing right now is a right thing or not. They will have to think EITHER they r RIGHT or Wrong.
Life is a precious thing.Don,t waste on such type of useless things.
If somebody has done something wrong, u and everybody have to control there temper and sit together to rectify  what has gone wrong.
Don,t behave like ill mannered or illiterate people.
May Allah protect everyone  from every bad thing.

UK Riots

UK riots: 'Those who seek to racialise this problem are taking us backwards'

Sunday, August 7, 2011

Planet of the Apes

The apes have conquered the multiplex.
Fueled by great word of mouth, 20th Century Fox'sRise of the Planet of the Apes opened to $54 million at the domestic box office—$20 million more than the best forecast.
Rise of the Apes is particularly drawing notice for its photo-realistic apes, which were created byPeter Jackson’s Weta Digital using advanced performance capture technology. Andy Serkisplays the ape Caesar, and is the movie’s lead character.Search 

Monday, August 1, 2011

U.S. Congress still to vote on pact

Two days before the deadline for a possible U.S. government default, President Barack Obama and congressional leaders finally agree on a package to extend the country's debt limit.

Friday, July 29, 2011

Norway Killing

Once again there is bad news that a person killed nearly 80 peoples.
Norwegian prosecutors have appointed 2 psychiatrists so that they can assess mental health of that person.Today the funeral takes place in NorwAy.

Wednesday, June 8, 2011

SamSuNg NeXUs S 4

Samsung Nexus S 4G offers a brilliant display, WiMax support, and agreeable performance. It gains a number of usability improvements from the Gingerbread OS, and its straight Google interface will appeal to Android purists.
Samsung Nexus S 4G offers a great combination of design, features, and performance. The 4G connection could be more reliable, but the Gingerbread OS, stock Android UI, and admirable call quality make for a satisfying smartphone

Tuesday, June 7, 2011

Upcoming Samsung Smart phones 2012

Nowadays smartphones are more likely to be common.Because of tough comepetition in the market there is a race between the manufacturers and with everyphone there is something new

Samsung, the world’s most emergent smartphone maker over the past year, has confirmed it intends to push the barriers of mobile computing, committing to releasing a 2GHz dual-core powered handset by 2012.

The development of a 2GHz dual-core chip would provide new Samsung smartphones with data processing capacities of 4GHz, with the company considering selling the processing units separately.

The chip itself is still in development by Samsung and is expected to be launched under the Exynos brand, a company that it uses to launch processors since February.

Although the electronics giant has opted to build a dual-core processor because it believes it is better optimised for smartphone devices.

Monday, June 6, 2011

If you run a busy office AND you need a pOwerfull printer that can keep up with your output and produce letters, presentations, and spreadsheets that meet your professional needs.

Of course, the printer you choose depends on the nature of your business. There are several types of printing technologies to choose from, but a general rule is inkjet printers.Laser printers are a better choice for producing quick text pages.

There i rounded up my favourite printers which work nicely and smoothly. I beleive that with the help of these printers you will do ur work more efficiently and u will save money also.

HP LaserJet Pro M1212nf MFP
HP LaserJet Pro P1606dn
Brother HL-2270DW
Epson WorkForce 520
Dell 1350cnw Color Laser Printer

Samsung Galaxy S 2 Attain

Release Date: June, 2011
66x125x8.5mm, Google Android 2.3.3 , 32bit Samsung S5PV310 Exynos 4210, 1200MHz CPU, MiB ROM, 4.3" 480x800 Super AM-OLED Plus LCD, video out, 3.5mm audio jack, GSM850, GSM900, GSM1800, GSM1900, UMTS850, UMTS1900, UMTS2100, GPRS, EDGE, UMTS, HSDPA, HSUPA, HSPA+, microSD, microSDHC, TransFlash, micro-USB port, Bluetooth, WLAN, GPS, A-GPS, Geotagging, FM radio, accelerometer, 8MP cam., AF, flash, sec. camera, 1650mAh removable battery

Sunday, June 5, 2011

ASUS Windows 7 tablet

ASUS will be releasing a Windows 7-enabled tablet.
ASUS is like everyone else unsure about what direction the market is moving in.
The question is what the people want. Just browsing and running basic applications from the app stores, or actually doing advanced work.
Due to the nature of Windows 7, it’s to expect that ASUS will come with a higher-spec device than the Eee Pad.

I think this is the best Android tablet device currently available. 
If your interested you can find out more

16GB Eee Pad Transformer Tablet
32GB Eee Pad Transformer Tablet
Eee Pad Transformer Sleeve (Black)

Some of the important features are as :
It is low-priced.
It has a smooth touchscreen interface.
It has a stylish design.
I can be easily connected to Xbox and other gaming devices.
It is very thin and super light weight making it possible for you to carry it to anywhere you go.
It has a good battery life.
It has a high resolution which gives you clear and rich images on movies or videos including lucid and very readable texts from ebooks.
It’s totally wireless and portable.
The operating system (Windows XP Home Edition) allows users to easily familiarize the features and function.

Saturday, June 4, 2011


Everything you see and do on iPod 2 looks amazing.
Behind the screen of iPod touch, there’s some serious technology going on. By developing pixels a mere 78 micrometers wide, Apple engineers were able to pack four times the number of pixels into the same size screen found on earlier iPod touch models.
Portable ipod speakers.
LED backlighting.
mp3 player
With 160GB of storage, iPod classic can hold up to 40,000 songs, 200 hours of video, or 25,000 photos.
Ipod Smart Cover are available in various colours.

Friday, June 3, 2011

Dell Latitude E6320

The Dell Latitude E6320 is both stylish and rugged, thanks to its Tri-Metal frame. The lid is comprised of a durable slate gray brushed anodized aluminum surrounded by a gray magnesium alloy, and steel hinges connect it to the base. Unlike the rest of the chassis, the base is made of plastic, but is powder-coated to better protect against nicks and scratches.
Inside, the E6320 exudes understated style with a black matte soft-touch rubberized material. The black matte keyboard deck is surrounded by the same slate-gray aluminum as the lid. An orange border encasing the keyboard deck adds a nice pop of color. The bezel takes design cues from the keyboard with a black matte finish.

Thursday, June 2, 2011

Apple may be planning to release a refreshed, SIM-card-free version of the iPhone 4 with a new 8 megapixel camera sometime in August 2011.
The latest rumor, reported by Macotakara, suggests that the next iPhone won’t be a significant departure from the company’s iPhone 4, and the major changes will come in the form of an ARM Cortex-A9 based processor, an 8 megapixel camera, won’t require a SIM card, and will be “world phone” capable. It was unconfirmed as to whether or not the new processor would be dual-core or single.
If the rumors are correct, it would mean that a single model would be able to support both GSM networks, such as AT&T, and CDMA networks, such as Verizon.
Macotakara also suggests that the next “major new handset” from Apple won’t arrive until 2012 – sometime in the spring. This timeframe for the potential “iPhone 6” was leaked by a Japanese newspaper in April, saying that Apple had selected Sharp to supply the display technology for the new handset.

Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Samsung VS Apple

Samsung has its patent dispute with Apple by asking a court to force Apple to hand over the Ipad 3 and Iphone 5.
Samsung used to be one of Apple's allies, supplying it with £3.7 billion worth of chips and parts in 2010. However, tensions grew between the companies as Samsung's products, which run Google's Android operating system, became the primary competition to Apple.
The Galaxy Tab is the biggest threat to the Ipad, while the Samsung Galaxy S handset was used as the base for the Nexus S, Google's second own-branded Android smartphone. This strong relationship with Google is likely a factor in Samsung's souring relationship with Apple, particularly given the remarkable growth of Android devices over the past year and the impact that has had on Apple's sales.

Monday, May 30, 2011

Army Generals Defect

Italian Foreign Ministry officials presented the generals, two colonels and a major to reporters in Rome three days after they fled Libya.
One of the officers, Gen. Melud Massoud Halasa, estimated that Gadhafi's military forces are now "only 20 percent as effective" as what they were before the revolt broke out in mid-February, and that "not more than 10" generals remain loyal to Gadhafi.
Former Libyan Foreign Minister Abdel Rahman Shalgam, who now backs the anti-Gadhafi rebels, told the news conference that the eight officers are "part of 120 officials who left and abandoned Gadhafi and are now out of Libya."
Italy, Libya's former colonial ruler, long had close economic and diplomatic ties with Tripoli, but Rome was among the first Western nations to break with the regime and establish formal relations with the Libyan National Transitional Council, that is representing anti-Gadhafi forces.
Gen. On Ali On read an appeal to fellow army officers and top police and security officials "in the name of the martyrs who have fallen in the defense of freedom to have the courage" to abandon the regime.
The general, wearing street clothes like his fellow defectors, denounced both "genocide" and "violence against women in various Libyan cities."
Another general, identified as Yahmet Salah, told reporters that Gadhafi had only two brigades left that were allegedly carrying out the arrests and killings.
Mahmoud Shammam, of the National Transitional Council, said none of the funds from abroad, including those promised earlier this month at an international conference hosted by the Italian Foreign Ministry in Rome, had yet reached the anti-Gadhafi forces. He also said that a council representative would go to the OPEC meeting in Vienna next month.

Sunday, May 22, 2011

Arnold's Split With Maria

Last week we learned that power couple Arnold Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver have decided to separate after a 25-year marriage.
The baby mama worked for the family for some 20 years, retired "on good terms" and received a healthy severance package, in addition to complete financial support from Arnie throughout the child's life. Maria knew about the child, but never the identity of his father.
Arnold Schwarzenegger will not resume his acting career as planned because he is dealing with personal issues, his management said.
Schwarzenegger is now focusing on his family rather than his film career.
“Gov. Schwarzenegger is focusing on personal matters and is not willing to commit to any production schedules or timelines,” CAA said in a statement. “This includes ‘Cry Macho,’ ‘The Terminator’ franchise and other projects under consideration.
The couple’s four children – Katherine, 21, and Christina, 19, Patrick, 17, and Christopher, 13 – are struggling as well, but are rallying around their mom.
The kids are all banding together to support their mom right now and they’re doing their best to stay out of the spotlight,” a family source tells Us Weekly.

Tornadoes in Central U.S.

Tornadoes in Central U.S.

Tornadoes ripped through parts of the Midwest on Sunday killing at least one person in Minneapolis and an unknown number of others in a Missouri town where a hospital was damaged.Phone communications in and out of the city were largely cut off.Tornado warnings and watches were posted from Texas to Michigan.
In Minneapolis, the 29 people who were hurt were treated at North Memorial Hospital.One death was confirmed by the Hennepin County medical examiner. She had no other immediate details.The metro area's other two trauma centers, Hennepin County Medical Center in Minneapolis and Regions Hospital in St. Paul, reported no injuries.
National Weather Service meteorologist Todd Krause said the line of damage stretched from just west of Minneapolis through the city and into the northeastern suburbs.
Though the damage covered several blocks, it appeared few houses were totally demolished. Much of the damage was to roofs, front porches that had been sheared away, or smaller items such as fences and basketball goals.
The tornado left part of a garage door in a tree. Many large trees were uprooted and toppled or left leaning against houses.
Residents walked around their neighborhoods taking in all the damage. Some chatted on cellphones about what they saw, while others snapped pictures.
Others went to work.
The tornado left a tree leaning against Pat Trafton's house, but she said her family escaped harm.
"It's been a crazy day," Trafton, 67."It was a monster tornado. ... It all just happened so fast."
Krause said it was clearly a tornado -- the first to hit the city since August 2009. "There was no doubt right away," the meteorologist said.
Some north Minneapolis residents told the Star Tribune they saw the tornado go through their yards.
"It went right between our houses," said Tiffany Pabich, who was taking a nap just as the tornado passed. "A tree landed on top of my car. We smelled gas right away."
The storms uprooted as many as 50 natural gas service lines in Minneapolis and suburban St. Louis Park, and CenterPoint Energy warned residents to be careful of gas leaks.The Minneapolis Police Department asked people who didn't live in the area to stay away. A shelter for those displaced by the storm was set up Sunday afternoon at a nearby armory.
In Wisconsin, a powerful storm caused significant damage in La Crosse, tearing roofs from homes and sending emergency responders to search damaged buildings for anyone trapped inside, officials said. La Crosse County sheriff's dispatcher Tim Vogel described the damage as "significant" but told The Associated Press there were no immediate reports of serious injuries.


Saturday, May 21, 2011

Japan Stocks Rise, Led By Exporters,

Japanese stocks climbed in choppy early trade Friday, with tech shares benefitting from a slightly weaker yen, while energy and trading firms slipped on overnight weakness in crude-oil prices. The Nikkei Stock Average rose 0.5% to 9,669.23 after moving in both direction in the early going, while the Topix was up 0.2% at 833.40. With the dollar ticking higher against the Japanese yen, forex-sensitive tech exporters rose, with Hitachi Ltd. up 1.5%, Sony Corp. rising 0.5%, and Toshiba Corp. adding 1.4% after annoucing a deal to buy Swiss power-meter producer Landis+Gyr for $2.3 billion. Deal news also helped drug shares, with Takeda Pharmaceutical Co. rising 0.7%after saying it plans to buy another Swiss company, Nycomed, while rival Daiichi Sankyo Co. improved by 1.6%. But weakness in crude oil, sent Japan Petroleum Exploration Co. down 0.5%, and Mitsui & Co. lower by 1.6%.

Doomsday prediction fails epically:

The self-proclaimed Doomsday prophet had predicted the May 21, 2011 date to be the End of the World when 200 million people will Rapture and the earth will be struck with series of violent natural disasters, including earthquakes that would make the recent Japan’s earthquake “look like a Sunday school picnic in comparison.”

According to Camping, the prediction of the date was calculated using references in the Bible, particularly Genesis Genesis 7:4 (“Seven days from now I will send rain on the earth”) and 2 Peter 3:8 (“With the Lord a day is like a thousand years, and a thousand years are like a day”).

Friday, May 20, 2011

Pakistan Collapse

Ravi Rampaul played a role, but the thoughtlessness of Pakistan's batting played a bigger one as they limped to 180 for 6 on a rain-affected first day of the second Test in St Kitts. The tourists won the toss and the surface looked blameless; no undue movement, good, even bounce and a history of high scores. Yet only Azhar Ali and Umar Akmal realised its true worth, and their half-centuries were sandwiched between two collapses.

There was some beauty - a front foot cut off Rampaul for instance - but it was hidden among skittishness. The innings' 44th over, from Devendra Bishoo, was typical: Akmal beaten by a legbreak, then slicing an ugly slog, then sweeping fine and almost popping a catch to cover.

Ali was as much a contrast as he could be in a 93-run stand, nervous to begin, eventually composed if not ever authoritative. Sammy troubled him, again bringing the ball in off a good length. Ali treated it first as some unfathomable delivery thrown down by a freak concoction of Dennis Lillee, Muttiah Muralitharan and Paul Adams. He fairly crawled to lunch, unsure and jumpy in allowing four of the last six overs to pass as maidens.

But Ali's bubble acquired greater robustness in the shortened afternoon session. He reached out to Bishoo to drive and then, when the legspinner erred short, he cut him through cover. After tea, a back foot punch off Sammy - now much more decipherable - brought a seventh Test fifty, though there was also a sharp chance to slip soon after.

Akmal brought up his sixth fifty just before the fourth and longest rain-break of the day and just as all appeared well, he slipped back into his coma. Chasing a Sammy ball wide enough to be wided, he top-edged the slog to third man. Four overs later Ali went, run-out in a careless mix-up with Mohammad Salman; only Asoka de Silva was more careless in not spotting that Salman should've been out because he grounded his bat after Ali at the non-striker's end. Pakistan ended the day with no recognized batsmen left, no total on the board.

The control was exemplary and if the pitch didn't offer the movement of last week, it offered bounce. Otherwise there looked nothing to suggest anything other than what has gone in two previous Tests here: big runs, forgotten draws.

And yet, by the time of a nine-minute rain interruption just after the first drinks break, Pakistan's top order was done and dusted. It took Rampaul four overs to strike and then he couldn't stop. Taufeeq Umar went first, gloving one that bounced while trying to leave it; Mohammad Hafeez went next, edging essentially a straight ball that bounced a fraction more; Asad Shafiq fell the over after, cutting a wide ball straight to point and Pakistan were tottering at 24 for 3.

Misbah-ul-Haq helped put on an even fifty with Ali, but when he fell, needlessly swiping Bishoo to mid-on, he did nothing to dispel the day's most vivid impression: more than just poor batting - much more worrying in fact - maybe Pakistan's batting is simply not up to it; still or yet, depending on who you're looking at.

First Revenge

Twin explosions hit a paramilitary training center in northwestern Pakistan, killing at least 80 people -- mostly recruits -- in what the Pakistani Taliban described as its “first revenge” for the death of Usama bin Laden.

Non War Faces Capitol Backlash

Some law makers are concerned that the White House is overstepping its authority by staying in Libya without congressional approval past the 60-day deadline, as outlined in the 1973 War Powers Act.