Best Ten Ways to Take Charge of Your Career

Posted in Uncategorized on January 24, 2009 by janisar

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Best Ten Ways to Take Charge of Your Career
Wednesday, January 21, 2009 6:50
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People find it hard to take any decision related to career. People shape the career in desired field but there is need to think intelligently for making your life successful. Once you get the job it becomes very hard to pay attention on other prospects of life. You get indulge in providing service to the company in return of satisfactory pay and forget the need to work for uplifting your career. There should be ignition for getting the best what you deserve in life.

Let us discuss the ten ways to take charge of your career:

1. Think on your qualifications, skills and qualities to prepare a good resume. Highlight your experience to impress the recruiter. Always keep the resume updated so that whenever the nee arise you can send in the various job vacancies.
2. Develop the marketing skills to put your qualities in front of the interviewer. In the world of competition there is need to show the skills to the recruiter so that the interview can make a good image in the mind.
3. Develop the vision to think about the short term and long term goals. You should have clear future planning to progress in life.
4. Perform well in your job and deliver efficiently what the work you are assigned. Companies like to give you salary for the work which is done with utmost endeavor.
5. Use your brain to do the wok with ease and in more efficient manner. Realize the need of performing well in your job by adopting new techniques and panning out well.
6. Make your image among the people working in top management. You can achieve success and promotion if your boss is happy with your work.
7. Try to improve your skills and do the certification courses to make your distinct image in front of the recruiter.
8. You can even improve your qualification by specializing in the particular streams and by joining the distant programs to clear the path of promotion to high position.
9. Search for the jobs through internet and try to consult with friends and relatives about the job opportunities. Grow your network to get the golden chances for moving up.
10. Gather information about the changing market trend and also pay attention on the global economic conditions. Observe the growing sectors and industries to apply for job offering high packages.

If you are vigilant and trying again and again for better and secure career then door of success will open one day.
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Obama Takes Oath, Says U.S. ‘Ready to Lead Once More’

Posted in Uncategorized on January 21, 2009 by janisar



Barack Hussein Obama became the 44th president of the United States, vowing to restore the nation’s leadership in the world and calling on Americans to take responsibility for rebuilding the faltering economy together.

“We must pick ourselves up, dust ourselves off and begin again the work of remaking America,” Obama, 47, said in his 19- minute inaugural address. Meeting the challenges ahead requires “a new era of responsibility, ” he said.

Obama, the first black to assume the nation’s highest elected office, took the oath on the same Bible used for the 1861 inauguration of Abraham Lincoln, the president who led the U.S. through the Civil War and freed the slaves. As many as 2 million people flocked to Washington to witness the event.

The new president paid tribute to the gathering, and to the historic nature of his ascendance.

“This is the meaning of our liberty and our creed, why men and women and children of every race and every faith can join in celebration across the magnificent Mall, and why a man whose father less than 60 years ago might not have been served at a local restaurant can now stand before you to take a most sacred oath,” Obama said.

Economy in Turmoil

The nationwide revelry surrounding Obama’s inauguration is tempered by the monumental tasks ahead. The country’s economy invites comparisons to the Great Depression; programs such as Medicare and Social Security face funding crises; and soaring costs for health care, energy and education have no easy solutions.

The U.S. lost 2.6 million jobs last year, the most in any year since 1945. Stocks fell today, pulled down by financial shares, on concern that the global recession will further cut into profits. The Dow Jones Industrial Average sank 332.13 points to 7,949.09, the worst Inauguration Day drop in the history of the index.

“The challenges we face are real,” said Obama, who will meet with his economic team tomorrow. “They are serious and they are many. They will not be met easily or in a short span of time. But know this, America — they will be met,” he said, to roars from the crowd.

Obama asked Americans to “set aside childish things” like partisanship and ideology, and adopt a spirit of service.

“For as much as government can do and must do, it is ultimately the faith and determination of the American people upon which this nation relies,” he said.

Government’s Role

Still, he said government has a major role to play.

“The question we ask today is not whether our government is too big or too small, but whether it works,” he said. The market’s “power to generate wealth and expand freedom is unmatched, but this crisis has reminded us that without a watchful eye, the market can spin out of control.”

Obama will also be taking on responsibility for wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. He devoted a significant portion of his address to foreign affairs, pledging to renew efforts to fight foes, work with friends and help the world’s poor.

“To all the other peoples and governments who are watching today, from the grandest capitals to the small village where my father was born: Know that America is a friend of each nation and every man, woman and child who seeks a future of peace and dignity, and we are ready to lead once more,” he said.

American Power

Obama, an outspoken critic of the war in Iraq, also directed his remarks at people who say the U.S. has overstepped its role, with an indirect criticism of the policies of his predecessor, former President George W. Bush.

“Our power alone cannot protect us, nor does it entitle us to do as we please,” Obama said. “Our power grows through its prudent use; our security emanates from the justness of our cause, the force of our example, the tempering qualities of humility and restraint.”

By returning to such values, he said, the U.S. will show the world “that we are ready to lead once more.”

Obama vowed to stand firm against terrorism, saying: “For those who seek to advance their aims by inducing terror and slaughtering innocents, we say to you now that our spirit is stronger and cannot be broken. You cannot outlast us, and we will defeat you.”

At the same time, he offered the Muslim world “a new way forward, based on mutual respect.”


The first couple had started the day with a church service, then travelled
to the White House for coffee with Mr Bush and his wife Laura.

Obama is administered the oath of office as the 44th US President by
Chief Justice John Roberts with his wife Michelle and daughters Malia and Sasha by his side.

Hyundai i20

Posted in Uncategorized on January 21, 2009 by janisar


The Hyundai i20 is a five door hatchback car which made its debut at the 2008 Paris Motor Show in October 2008 and arrive on sale in late 2008 — to fit between the i10 and i30 and to replace the Getz. In India, the Hyundai i20 went on sale in late December 2008.


Overall Length (mm) 3940
Overall Width (mm) 1710
Overall Height (mm) 1505
Wheelbase (mm) 2525
Front Track (mm) 1505
Rear Track (mm) 1503
Fuel Tank capacity (mm) 45
Material All Aluminium Cylinder Engine
No.of cylinders 5
No. of valves 16
Valvetrain (type) (SOHC / DOHC) DOHC
Displacement (CC) 1197
Maximum Power (ps / rpm) 80 / 5200
Maximum Torque (kgm / rpm) 11.4 / 4000
Type 5-Speed Manual
Front Suspension Mc Pherson Strut with Coil Spring
Rear Suspension Coupled Torsion Beam Axle with Coil Spring
Shock Absorbers Gas Type (Front & Rear)
Front Disc
Rear Drum
Size & Type 175/70 R14, Tubeless
Steel wheel 185/65 R14, Tubeless
Alloy wheel



Child-Safety Rear Door Locks

Front Seat belt Pretensioner
– S S

Day & Night Inside Rear View Mirror

Central Locking (5 DR)

Keyless Entry with Folding Key
– S S

Front – Fog Lamps
– S S

Rear – Fog Lamps

ABS with EBD
– S S


Front Dual Airbags
– S S

Side & Curtain Airbags
– – S

PAB (Passanger Airbag) ON/OFF Switch
– S S

RHD Controls


2 Tone Beige Interior Colour

Driver & Passg ORVM

Body Coloured ORVM

Body Coloured Bumper

Body Coloured Side Door Handles

Body Coloured Radiator Grille

Full Wheel Cover
S – –

Alloy Wheels
– S S

Rear Parcel Tray

4 Speakers with 2 Front Tweeters

Ash Tray

Map Pocket – Frt Door

Front & Rr Door Full Size Arm Rest

Passanger Side Seat Back Pocket

Centre Console Tray

Chrome Inside Door Handles

Leather Wrapped Steering Wheel
– S S

Leather Wrapped & Chrome finish TGS Knob
– S S

Glove Box Cooling

Coat Hook


Electronic Multidisplay Meter
– – –
Dual Tripmeter
Driving Time
Digital Clock
Outside Temperature

Low Fuel Warning

Door & Tailgate Ajar Warning

Ignition Key Reminder – CLS disabled

Battery Saver

Seat Belt Warning (All 5 seats)
– S S

60:40 Rear Seat Folding

Adjustable Front & Rear Headrests

Height Adjustable Driver Seat
– S S

Full Fabric Cloth Upholstery

Air Conditioner with Heater

Rear AC Cooling

Electronic Power steering

Tilt & Telescopic Steering

Internally Adjustable ORVMs
S – –

Electrically Adjustable ORVM
– S S

Electrically Folding ORVM
– S S

Power Windows – Frt

Power Windows – Rr

Power Window Switches
– – –
Driver Side Autodown
Driver Side Safety

Clutch Foot Rest

Rear Wiper & Washer
– S S

Defogger – RR

Cigar Lighter

Portable Ashtray

Luggage Lamp

2 DIN CD+MP3 Music System

Audio Input – Auxillary & USB
Aux Only S S

Steering Audio Remote
– S S

Roof Antenna



Ex-Showroom Prices for Delhi (Introductory Price)
Model Ex-Showroom Prices (Rs.)
i20 Magna 479900
i20 Asta 559900
i20 Asta (O) 581900

Tips For Men To Look Handsome & Beautifu

Posted in Uncategorized on January 21, 2009 by janisar

Skin,Teeth & Hair Care Tips For Men To Look Handsome & Beautiful


A lot of boys are bashful when it comes to beauty, often because they’d prefer to be rugged, masculine or handsome, anything but beautiful!

Thankfully with a wealth of new men’s health and personal care products on the market looking your very best is easier than ever before. Take care of yourself properly and – cliché though it may be – your natural beauty will be shining through in no time!

Looking After Your Skin:

The teenage years are a traumatic time for your skin. Hormonal changes, excess oil production, sweat and air and water pollution all contribute to spots. A lot of times these breakouts aren’t restricted to your face, but can even pop up on your shoulders, back and bum! Fight back by using face and body wash, and investigate the wide range of male skincare products in your local chemist’s shop. Be sure to pick up:

* A good all over cleanser, such as soap or body wash.
* Moisturizer for dry skin.
* Facial exfoliator (grainy scrub) to help remove dead skin cells, which you should use a few times per week.
* Face wash for your skin type: dry/sensitive, normal, oily or combination.
* Toner to improve your skin tone and tighten pores.
* Facial moisturizer to leave your face feeling silky smooth.
* A rich shaving gel to help your razor glide over your skin.
* A razor with an aloe and/or vitamin strip to discourage nasty razor burn.
* The contact information of a recommended dermatologist if you feel that your skin needs professional attention.

Looking After Your Teeth:

Good oral hygiene is sometimes a forgotten beauty secret, but nothing could be less attractive than dirty, stained teeth, puffy gums and bad breath. Make sure that you rise above this disgusting state by:

* Finding a toothbrush shaped to fit your mouth.
* Toothpaste in a flavour you like.
* Antiseptic and anti-plaque mouthwash.
* Dental floss to pass between your teeth and dislodge debris.
* Using all three of these products in combination after every meal.
* Visiting your dentist for regular check-ups and cleaning.

Looking After Your Hair:

Almost as nasty as poor oral hygiene is lank, greasy hair. Visit a barber or hairstyle to ask for the right haircut for your face shape, not what is simply trendy or cheap. When you get home, keep this hair heaven with:

* A shampoo for your hair type – thin, thick, coloured, dry, oily or normal.
* Daily shampooing to clean your hair.
* Conditioner to leave your hair shiny, healthy and smooth.
* A comb to help navigate your tangles.
* Gel or another styling product to help hold your preferred style.

Looking After the Rest:

There’s so much more to looking fantastic, but so little time! Carve out a few extra minutes to:

* Apply deodorant and/or antiperspirant liberally each morning.
* Pluck any stray hairs between your eyebrows.
* Trim any nose or ear hairs that you can see.
* Use sunscreen every day, even if it is cloudy or rainy outside.
* Buy a small lip balm to treat chapped lips.
* Splurge on cologne for an extra boost.

Looking good shouldn’t be hard work. As soon as you get into a daily routine of looking after your skin, teeth and hair you should start to see results. But, even if you morph into a male model overnight, remember that beauty is only skin deep. Strive to look your best, be yourself and have fun!


Posted in Uncategorized on January 21, 2009 by janisar

Top 10 Most Expensive Accidents in History

Posted in Uncategorized on January 16, 2009 by janisar

Throughout history, humans have always been prone to accidents. Some, such as the exotic car crashes seen on this page, can be very expensive. But that ‘ s trivial compared to the truly expensive accidents. An accident is defined as “an undesirable or unfortunate happening that occurs unintentionally and usually results in harm, injury, damage, or loss”. Our aim is to list the top 10 most expensive accidents in the history of the world as measured in dollars.

This includes property damage and expenses incurred related to the accident such as cleanup and industry losses. Many of these accidents involve casualties which obviously cannot be measured in dollar terms. Each life lost is priceless and is not factored into the equation. Deliberate actions such as war or terrorism and natural disasters do not qualify as accidents and therefore are not included in this list.

# 10. Titanic – $150 Million

The sinking of the Titanic is possibly the most famous accident in the world. But it barely makes our list of top 10 most expensive. On April 15, 1912, the Titanic sank on its maiden voyage and was considered to be the most luxurious ocean liner ever built. Over 1,500 people lost their lives when the ship ran into an iceberg and sunk in frigid waters. The ship cost $7 million to build ($150 million in today ‘ # 10. Titanic - $150 Million

# 9. Tanker Truck vs Bridge – $358 Million:
On August 26, 2004, a car collided with a tanker truck containing 32,000 liters of fuel on the Wiehltal Bridge in Germany . The tanker crashed through the guardrail and fell 90 feet off the A4 Autobahn resulting in a huge explosion and fire which destroyed the load-bearing ability of the bridge. Temporary repairs cost $40 million and the cost to replace the bridge is estimated at $318 Million. # 9. Tanker Truck vs Bridge - $358 Million# 8. MetroLink Crash - $500 Million# 7. B-2 Bomber Crash - $1.4 Billion# 6. Exxon Valdez - $2.5 Billion# 5. Piper Alpha Oil Rig - $3.4 Billion# 4. Challenger Explosion - $5.5 Billion# 3. Prestige Oil Spill - $12 Billion# 2. Space Shuttle Columbia - $13 Billion


Posted in Uncategorized on January 16, 2009 by janisar

How to Improve Your Memory & Exercise Your Brain

Posted in Uncategorized on January 16, 2009 by janisar

Everyone can take steps to improve their memory, and with time and practice most people can gain the ability to memorize seemingly impossible amounts of information. Whether you want to win the World Memory Championships, ace your history test, or simply remember where you put your keys, this article can get you started. Scientists believe that exercising your brain can create a ‘cognitive reserve’ that will help you stay sharp as you age.

1. Convince yourself that you do have a good memory that will improve. Too many people get stuck here and convince themselves that their memory is bad, that they are just not good with names, that numbers just slip out of their minds for some reason. Erase those thoughts and vow to improve your memory. Commit yourself to the task and bask in your achievements — it’s hard to keep motivated if you beat yourself down every time you make a little bit of progress.

2. Keep your brain active. The brain is not a muscle, but regularly “exercising” the brain actually does keep it growing and spurs the development of new nerve connections that can help improve memory. By developing new mental skills—especially complex ones such as learning a new language or learning to play a new musical instrument—and challenging your brain with puzzles and games you can keep your brain active and improve its physiological functioning.

3. Exercise daily. Regular aerobic exercise improves circulation and efficiency throughout the body, including in the brain, and can help ward off the memory loss that comes with aging. Exercise also makes you more alert and relaxed, and can thereby improve your memory uptake, allowing you to take better mental “pictures.”

4. Reduce stress. Chronic stress, although it does not physically damage the brain, can make remembering much more difficult. Even temporary stresses can make it more difficult to effectively focus on concepts and observe things. Try to relax, regularly practice yoga or other stretching exercises, and see a doctor if you have severe chronic stress.

5. Eat well and eat right. There are a lot of herbal supplements on the market that claim to improve memory, but none have yet been shown to be effective in clinical tests (although small studies have shown some promising results for ginkgo biloba and phosphatidylserine) . A healthy diet, however, contributes to a healthy brain, and foods containing antioxidants—broccoli, blueberries, spinach, and berries, for example—and Omega-3 fatty acids appear to promote healthy brain functioning. Feed your brain with such supplements as Thiamine, Vitamin E, Niacin and Vitamin B-6. Grazing, eating 5 or 6 small meals throughout the day instead of 3 large meals, also seems to improve mental functioning (including memory) by limiting dips in blood sugar, which may negatively affect the brain.

6. Take better pictures. Often we forget things not because our memory is bad, but rather because our observational skills need work. One common situation where this occurs (and which almost everyone can relate to) is meeting new people. Often we don’t really learn people’s names at first because we aren’t really concentrating on remembering them. You’ll find that if you make a conscious effort to remember such things, you’ll do much better. One way to train yourself to be more observant is to look at an unfamiliar photograph for a few seconds and then turn the photograph over and describe or write down as many details as you can about the photograph. Try closing your eyes and picturing the photo in your mind. Use a new photograph each time you try this exercise, and with regular practice you will find you’re able to remember more details with even shorter glimpses of the photos.

7. Give yourself time to form a memory. Memories are very fragile in the short-term, and distractions can make you quickly forget something as simple as a phone number. The key to avoid losing memories before you can even form them is to be able to focus on the thing to be remembered for a while without thinking about other things, so when you’re trying to remember something, avoid distractions and complicated tasks for a few minutes.

8. Create vivid, memorable images. You remember information more easily if you can visualize it. If you want to associate a child with a book, try not to visualize the child reading the book – that’s too simple and forgettable. Instead, come up with something more jarring, something that sticks, like the book chasing the child, or the child eating the book. It’s your mind – make the images as shocking and emotional as possible to keep the associations strong.

9. Repeat things you need to learn. The more times you hear, see, or think about something, the more surely you’ll remember it, right? It’s a no-brainer. When you want to remember something, be it your new coworker’s name or your best friend’s birthday, repeat it, either out loud or silently. Try writing it down; think about it.

10. Group things you need to remember. Random lists of things (a shopping list, for example) can be especially difficult to remember. To make it easier, try categorizing the individual things from the list. If you can remember that, among other things, you wanted to buy four different kinds of vegetables, you’ll find it easier to remember all four.

11. Organize your life. Keep items that you frequently need, such as keys and eyeglasses, in the same place every time. Use an electronic organizer or daily planner to keep track of appointments, due dates for bills, and other tasks. Keep phone numbers and addresses in an address book or enter them into your computer or cell phone. Improved organization can help free up your powers of concentration so that you can remember less routine things. Even if being organized doesn’t improve your memory, you’ll receive a lot of the same benefits (i.e. you won’t have to search for your keys anymore).

12. Try meditation. Research now suggests that people who regularly practice “mindfulness” meditation are able to focus better and may have better memories. Mindfulness (also known as awareness or insight meditation) is the type commonly practiced in Western countries and is easy to learn. Studies at Massachusetts General Hospital show that regular meditation thickens the cerebral cortex in the brain by increasing the blood flow to that region. Some researchers believe this can enhance attention span, focus, and memory.

13. Sleep well. The amount of sleep we get affects the brain’s ability to recall recently learned information. Getting a good night’s sleep – a minimum of seven hours a night – may improve your short-term memory and long-term relational memory, according to recent studies conducted at the Harvard Medical School.

14. Build your memorization arsenal. Learn pegs, memory palaces, and the Dominic System. These techniques form the foundation for mnemonic techniques, and will visibly improve your memory.

15. Venture out and learn from your mistakes. Go ahead and take a stab at memorizing the first one hundred digits of pi, or, if you’ve done that already, the first one thousand. Memorize the monarchs of England through your memory palaces, or your grocery list through visualization. Through diligent effort you will eventually master the art of memorization.


Posted in Uncategorized on January 16, 2009 by janisar

Here’s his dynamite speech :

Leddies and Gentulmens,
Contemporaries, Children, “This is my first maiden speech. If
small small mistakes get inside my speech, I ask pardon. Stickly
speaking, I wanted to joint your school more fastly, but for the
following reason.
Too much time lost in getting slipper reservation
in three-tyre compartment. The clerk rejected to give ticket. I
put complaint on station master. He said me to go to lady clerk.
At first she also rejected. I then pressed her for long time and
at last with great difficulty she gave a birth only to my son.
Anyway I thanked the station master because he was responsible
for getting birth of my son.
We got independent because of great leaders linke Gandhiji who
get-outted all angrezi peoples from India. Tilak said Swaraj is our
birth-rate and we shall halve it. Today we all halve our
birth-rate. You children are future dynamic generators of the
Nation. Look into future time only. No backside looking, or
looking at your behind. Be like great like X’ raj Ranjan of
Germany or Presidents like Loosebelt.
You know genius, no? It is one per cent perspiration and ninety
seven percent evaporation. They became great by reading great
books. After we finish you here in the school, you can go to
college and get B.A., M.A. and other decrease. Then you can
become great liars in the supreme courts, shattered accountants,
or leacherers in college.
The school is like a garden. You are the seeds, school is the soil.
We will bury you in this soil, pour water of knowledge on your
heads and one day will become great phools. Many vacancy job come
in newspapers. Only yesterday I saw in paper “Wanted for
refuted engineering firm: Generators, highpower condensors” so
and so forth, etc. These jobs may be teknickel, but you can rise.
If you have flare in English, you can become teacher.

I am now ending this fastly. My God blast you! Thank you and
thank God I am finished. Joy Hind!”
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Internet v/s God

Posted in Uncategorized on January 16, 2009 by janisar

1] God knows everything. Internet knows everything.

2] God can’t be seen, only its effect can be. Internet can’t be seen, only its effect can be.

3] God is everywhere. Nowadays Internet is also everywhere.

4] Pursuit of God needs time/money/dedicati on. Same with Internet.

CONCLUSION: Internet is God!