Monday, March 21, 2011

RESTART UR FRNDS FONE USING UR BLUETOOTH



DO U WANT TO PLAY PRANKS ON UR FRNDS?If yes IS UR ANSWER THEN you r in the right place.

Just download the text attchment from below and transfer it ur phone, then copy the text of the attachment from ur phone using the copy feature of s60 phones and rename ur bluetooth name by pasting the text u hv copied. Now switch on ur bluetooth, whenever anybody tries to search nearby bluetooh devices to send files, his phone will restart . This process will go on and on if he tries to send u files. So just call ur frnds and silently switch on ur bluettoh and when they try to send files to each other their phone will restart. JUST ENJOY THE ENIGMATIC BEHAVIOR OF THE PHONE . 

Works on all bluethooth enabled phone.
You Can Also Type Your Name In The Bluetooth Name But Remeber Do it Carefully Cause 1 Mistake Or Any Space This Will Not Work.


Click Here To Download .txt File: Bluetooth Fun
 
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9 Reasons to Drink Green Tea Daily



Have you been wondering “what’s all the fuss about green tea?” Now you can stop wondering and start drinking…green tea, that is. This flavorful beverage offers many health benefits to anyone who drinks it regularly. Green tea contains a potent plant nutrient known as epigallocatechin gallate, or EGCG, for short. But don’t fret, you don’t have to keep track of its chemical name to reap the health benefits. Here are 9 reasons to start drinking green tea or continue drinking it if you’re already hooked.

1. Green tea is a superb fat fighter. Its active ingredient, EGCG, increases the rate at which fat is burned in your body.

2. It targets belly fat. Research at Tufts University indicates that EGCG in green tea, like other catechins, activate fat-burning genes in the abdomen to speed weight loss by 77 percent.

3. It keeps energy stable by balancing blood sugar levels. EGCG improves insulin use in the body to prevent blood sugar spikes and crashes that can result in fatigue, irritability, and cravings for unhealthy foods.

4. Research shows it may be helpful against lung cancer. In Study published in Cancer Prevention Research, EGCG was found to suppress lung cancer cell growth.
5. It may halt colorectal cancer. In numerous other studies, EGCG appears to inhibit colorectal cancers.

6. In research it appears to cause prostate cancer cells to commit suicide. A March 2010 study in Cancer Science indicated that EGCG aids the body by causing prostate cancer cells to commit suicide.

7. It may prevent skin damage and wrinkling. EGCG appears to be 200 times more powerful than vitamin E at destroying skin-damaging free radicals. Free radicals react with healthy cells in the body, causing damage so lessening their numbers may help reduce wrinkling and other signs of aging.

8. It contains a potent antioxidant that kills free radicals. Because it is a potent antioxidant it can positively impact a lot more than skin cells. Free radicals are increasingly linked to many serious chronic illnesses like arthritis, diabetes, and cancer.

9. It tastes good. If you’re not wild about the flavor, try a few different kinds. Try it iced or hot. Add some of the natural herb stevia to sweeten it if you want a sweeter drink. I wasn’t crazy about green tea the first few times I tried it, but now I love it with a fresh squeeze of lemon and a few drops of stevia over ice–et voila! Green tea lemonade. Mmmmm.
Reap the Rewards

Add one or two teaspoons of green tea leaves to a cup of boiling water, preferably in a tea strainer. Let steep for five minutes. Pour over ice if you prefer a cold beverage. Most experts recommend three cups daily. And, don’t worry it contains a lot less caffeine than coffee or black tea.

Sunday, March 20, 2011

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Top 12 Loudest Animals That Can Make You Deaf Grey


Grey Wolf



They can make very loud howling at night.
Their howling can be heard from 10 miles away.


North American Bullfrog


They are the loudest amphibian, the male makes mating call for the female.
The mating call can be heard from 0,5 miles away.


Australian’s Bladder Cicada



They are the loudest insect, the male sings loud mating call for the female.
The song can reach 120 dB, 100 times louder than music discotheque.
The song can be heard from 1,5 miles away.


Northern Elephant Seal



The male makes loud sound to interest the female and chase other males.
The sound can be heard from miles away.


Kakapo



They are the loudest bird, the male makes mating call for the female.
The mating call can be heard from 4,5 miles away.



Bulldog Bat



They can make very loud sound while trying to find way home at night.
Their sound can reach 137 dB, over 100 times louder than rock concert.



Lion



The male can roar very load to chase other males to show domination.
The loudest roaring recorded can be heard from 5 miles away.



Spotted Hyena



They will make giggle sound if threatened or attacked by predators.
The giggle can be heard from 8 miles away.







Elephant



They can make loud trumpet-like sound to call each other.
The sound can be heard from 5 miles away, the loudest record can be heard from 20 miles away.



Howler Monkey



They are the loudest land animal.
The male can make very loud roaring and the female can make high itch whopping.
Their sound can be heard clearly 10 miles away, even through dense rain forest.




Blue Whale



They can make extremely loud whistle sound to call each other.
Their whistle can reach 188 dB, louder than jet engine and granade explosion.
Their whistle can be heard through the sea and over 500 miles away.

Blue Whale used to be loudest animal, until researchers found and animal loudest than Blue Whale...Maybe you wont believe it!



Tiger Pistol Shrimp



They beat Blue Whale as the loudest water animal as well the loudest living animals.
They can make extremely loud sound that can reach over 200 dB and louder than the mountain eruption.

Fortunately they live under the deep sea...you know why? Because human can only hear as loud as 120-130 dB, louder than that, well get extremely pain on ears and deaf.

Suggesting Facebook Pages Returns For Some

Suggesting Facebook Pages Returns For Some


Facebook has quietly restored the ability for some administrators to suggest pages to friends.
Some administrators don’t have the ability to suggest their pages to friends; we wonder whether the “haves” and “have-nots” are a test group and a control group for Facebook to study whether to permanently reinstate the feature for all admins.
The feature now has a different look than the previous version of suggest to friends. The new one incorporates the same icon that shows pending friend requests, next to the notifications icon in the blue bar at the top of the screen. That same image also appears beneath the main profile photo, linking to the person’s friend list.
When Facebook took away administrators’ ability to suggest pages to friends in November, the same feature also disappeared for visitors to the page — and the latter hasn’t returned at all with the selective reinstatement of page suggestions.
If in fact the selective reinstatement of page suggestions is a test, and Facebook decides to fully reinstate the feature based on the results, it’s possible that page visitors might see a return of the suggestion option as well.
Readers, are you able to suggest friends for the pages you administer?
Props to Robert Lani for the tip.

Suggesting Facebook Pages Returns For Some

Pepsi Change The Game Ad Campaign


Pepsi Change The Game TVC with Dhoni




Pepsi Change The Game TVC with Billy Bowden




Pepsi Change The Game TVC with Bhajji


Pepsi Change The Game TVC with Shakib Al Hasan





Pepsi Change The Game TVC with Sehwag




Pepsi Change The Game TVC with Kevin Pietersen's





Pepsi Change The Game TVC with Dilshan Pallu


Saturday, March 19, 2011

Pakistan vs Australia:Live streaming

Friday, March 18, 2011

Best Selected Colored Wallpapers

As the name shows Selective color technique is a post-processing technique in which most of a photo is converted to black & white, but some parts are left in color as it is. Mostly we use layers and masks in images by using some photo editing software’s. It can turn a simple photo into a real work of art. Black and white photography can give very powerful meaning to a photo, but at the same time a bit of color makes it truly outstanding.
Click on any image to view in full size.  
colored wallpapers, colored photos

colored wallpapers, colored photos


colored wallpapers, colored photos


colored wallpapers, colored photos

colored wallpapers, colored photos


colored wallpapers, colored photos

colored wallpapers, colored photos


colored wallpapers, colored photos

colored wallpapers, colored photos


colored wallpapers, colored photos

World's Top Hotels

World's Top Hotels

World's Top Hotels


You arrive at your palace-like hotel and walk past reflection pools to your room, which has Burmese teakwood floors and rich fabrics. But the “wow” moment really comes when you step out onto your private open-air terrace, and there, off in the distance, you see the Taj Mahal. This is the experience you can have at India’s Oberoi Amarvilas, one of the world’s top 25 hotels.






The top 25 hotels are just the beginning of a larger list that includes 500 hotels—218 of which are in the U.S.—and shows that readers are interested in all sorts of experiences. Hotels at the top of the list include Triple Creek Ranch, with western-style cabins in the Montana Rockies (No. 2); California’s San Ysidro Ranch and its 41 rooms in a string of clapboard cottages in Santa Barbara’s wine country (No. 4); and Chicago’s Trump International Hotel & Tower, set in the second-tallest building in the U.S. (No. 20). All three illustrate what travelers are looking for now: unique environments and stellar service.










































For those looking to stay close to home, this year’s list delivers plenty of ideas. Trump International Hotel & Tower Chicago (No. 20) opened less than two years ago, but it has already wowed our readers with its minimalist design, stellar service, and indulgent brunch menu. Chicago also has three other hotels on the list, while perennial powerhouse New York City had only one: the Ritz-Carlton New York Central Park. Are second—and smaller—cities on the rise?







World's Top Hotels

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Thursday, March 17, 2011

How to Become Famous on Facebook


Here in this post i have explained a way that can make you famous on facebook easily. Just within a few minutes.

Here it goes :

Step 1 : Log in to your facebook account and Click on " Account " at the top right corner of  your home page.


Step 2 : Click " Account setting "



Step 3 : Click Change Name 

Step 4 : Type " Famous " and click "Change name "
Done!!! You  are Famous now (Theoretically)  ! You can also be popular by typing "Popular" instead of "Famous". 

I know if a facebook dislike button would exist then this article would probably get a lot of clicks on that . But it does not exist . So i think its better to click "like" button. At least you can show that your mouse or touchpad really works !

Earn Money By Posting Videos on Facebook

Earn Money By Posting Videos on Facebook

Earn Money By Posting Videos on Facebook



Good news for my readers .. do you wanna earn some income by using facebook ? Here I have found a solution for u ... Now you just need to follow the directions shown in the following video .. and u will start making money .
Goviral Network has now made the things easy for you .. u just need to sign up and post videos and u will see the results in couple of days : )


But there is bit limitation what I see is it will pay you on the videos that are seen by the users from targeted countries only .. so it is a bit discouraging factor but I hope u ppl will make a good use of facebook and atleast will start earn ur bread on ur own : )

Top 10 Mobile Battery Saving Tips

If you're expecting a call and your battery icon starts blinking, the first thing you should do is find a charger. But if that's not an option, here are ten things you can do to hang on. We'll skip the usual tips about the 'memory effect' and which battery type is better NiCd or Li-Ion because you don't really have a choice in that.

Close Background Applications
If you're using a Smartphone, close applications that you don't need. Applications that stay active in the background use up a bit of CPU, which uses up battery. Make sure you 'exit' the applications from the menu, not by pressing the 'End' key, as that merely puts the application in the background. In Series 60 Smart phones (mostly Nokia, hold down the 'Menu' key to get a list of all applications running in the background to close them. In Windows Mobile 5 phones, open the 'Memory' application and check the 'Running programs' tab to close them.

Turn Down Screen Brightness
The screen is one of the most power-consuming parts of the mobile phone. The lower the brightness, the lesser power it needs. Keep it as low as you can, so long as you can still see it! Also, some phones like the E61 and the BlackBerry Pearl come with auto-adjust features that increase the brightness in brightly lit areas and dim it in low-light areas. If you're setting the brightness low, make sure that auto-adjust is turned off.

Don't Use Animated Wallpapers or Screensavers
The animations in wallpapers and screensavers can drain a bit of battery as they also consume a wee bit of CPU. Turn them off.

Turn Off Keypad Lights
If you've been using the phone for a while, you may be able to use the keys without seeing them. If this is the case, the keypad backlight can be turned off. However, not a lot of phones support this, but it's worth considering if your phone does.

Decrease Screen Standby Time Out
The time till your screen dims out and/or gets turned off is configurable in most phones. 10 seconds is good, 5 seconds is better. Set it as low as you can go without it becoming inconvenient.


Turn Off Vibration
Probably the second most power-consuming feature of any mobile phone is the built-in vibration alert. See if you can do without it.

Turn Down Ringer Volume, Keypad Tones and Speaker During Calls
If you're mostly indoors, like in the office or at home, a low ringer volume can go a bit towards saving your battery. Most phones also have DTMF-like keypad tones, which are not necessary if the keypad has decent tactile feedback. I keep them turned off most of the time — you can try it too. Volume of the earpiece when you're on a call can also be lowered, and that helps too.

Disable Voice Clarity / EFR / Voice Privacy
Almost all phones now do Enhanced Full Rate (EFR) for voice communication that consumes a little more power. In most cases, the enhanced quality of EFR doesn't make a difference thanks to the high noise levels in our city. Keep it off, you probably won't miss it. Some phones (mostly Samsungs) have a 'voice privacy' feature which can also be turned off to save battery.

Turn off 3G / GPRS / EDGE
Most 3G/UMTS/WCDMA phones keep searching for 3G coverage by default. In India, they'll keep searching till 2008, draining your battery, so go to the network selection screen and choose GSM-only. If your phone has a secondary camera near the screen, it's a 3G phone. Check your phone’s specs on the website if you aren't sure. Sometimes, even regular GPRS or EDGE connections stay active in the back, so make sure you specifically disconnect when you're done browsing the web.

America number one

America number one

America number one

America, the land of milk and honey will always be the number one. No wonder why.

Because I care

Dear friends,

Because I care about you I want you to spare 2 minutes and read the following. If you like it do it if you don't press delete and forget you ever got this e-mail.

Answer the phone by LEFT ear

Do not drink coffee TWICE a day

Do not take pills with COOL water

Do not have HUGE meals after 5pm

Reduce the amount of TEA you consume


Reduce the amount of OILY food you consume

Drink more WATER in the morning, less at night

Keep your distance from hand phone CHARGERS

Do not use headphones/earphone for LONG period of time

Best sleeping time is from 10pm at night to 6amin the morning

Do not lie down immediately after taking medicine before sleeping

When battery is down to the LAST grid/bar, do not answer the phone as

the radiation is 1000 times

Forward this to those whom you CARE about

Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Japan Disaster in 12 Videos

Japan Disaster videos

Japan Disaster videos

This is a compilation of some of the most terrifying videos about the disaster that recently hit Japan.

Earhtquake as seen from a helicopter:

























Pakistan- Not as seen on TV

Pakistan- Not as seen on TV

Pakistan- Not as seen on TV

The Pakistan we see on TV hardly does justice to the real Pakistan and the people who have ensured her survival against all odds. Pakistan has produced winners and champions. Pakistan is home to some of the most talented, hardworking and selfless people yet they unfortunately don’t receive as much publicity as the Taliban (most of whom aren’t Pakistanis anyway). This post is dedicated to some of the names that made Pakistan proud and some achievements that left their mark.
But before I begin, thank you dear internet for knowing everything there is to know about everything that ever happened. You are a noble invention =D

Fastest bowler In Cricket World:
A typical fast delivery has a speed in the range of 136 to 150 km/h (85 to 95 mph). The fastest delivery that has ever been unofficially recorded clocked in at 101.9 mph by Muhammad Sami of Pakistan against India. The fastest delivery officially recorded was clocked at 161.3 km/h (100.2 mph) and was bowled by Shoaib Akhtar, also of Pakistan during a match against England in the 2003 Cricket World Cup.

  • Inventors of the reverse swing
Sanjay Manjrekar (former Indian cricketer) called it “Pakistan’s gift to modern day cricket“.
Former Pakistan international cricketer Sarfraz Nawaz was the founder of reverse swing during the late 1970s, and he passed his knowledge on to former team-mate and cricket legend Imran Khan. It was Imran who schooled bowlers Wasim Akram and Waqar Younis, who brought the art to the cricket world’s attention during the late 1980s and 1990s. The dynamic duo managed to make the old ball swing a considerable distance at pace in both directions, a skill few bowlers can master.
Hockey Glory
Pakistan has thrice won the gold in 1960, 1968 and 1984 Olympics. Pakistan hockey team also won the Hockey world cup four times in1971, 1978, 1982 and 1994. And the last major event: Champions trophy was won in 1978, 1980 and 1994. Latif ur Rehman, Habib ur Rehman, Abdul Rasheed Jr and Dr. Atif Bashir are among Hockey legends from Pakistan.

Sohail Abbas made his debut in 1998 on the national team and has since become arguably hockey’s most prolific goalscorer of all time. He was leading scorer in the 8th Pakistan-India Series, the 9th Azlan Shah Cup (12 goals) and the 5th Asia Cup (16 goals). Of 16 Asia Cup’s goals, seven were against Sri Lanka which allowed him a place in a select band of nine players who registered double hat-tricks in international circuits for Pakistan. His 60 goals in 1999 beat the world record of Litjens (58 goals) in one calendar year.

Squash Glory
Pakistani control over the British Open and the World Open was created in 1976. The names of such great maestros such as Azam Khan, Roshan Khan, Mo Khan, Qamar Zaman, Jahangir Khan, and Jansher Khan have dominated the sport. Moreover, Jahangir Khan (born December 10, 1963, Karachi, Pakistan) is considered by many to be the greatest player ever to grace a squash court. During his career he won the World Open six times and the British Open a record ten times. Between 1981 and 1986, he was unbeaten in competitive play for five years. During that time he won 555 matches consecutively. This was not only the longest winning streak in squash history, but also one of the longest unbeaten runs by any athlete in top-level professional sports. He retired as a player in 1993, and has served as President of the World Squash Federation since 2002.
Initiated the trend of Hockey World Cup and Champions Trophy
On the personal initiative of Air Marshal M. Nur Khan, the FIH introduced the World Cup Tournament and the Champions Trophy Tournament, which are now rated amongst the major international tournaments, alongside the Olympics. At this time, Pakistan held all the major titles in men’s international hockey.
Nobel Prize winner

Abdus Salam was born in Jhang, a small town in what is now Pakistan, in 1926. He was a theoretical physicist, astrophysicist and Nobel laureate in Physics for his work in Electro-Weak Theory. Salam, Sheldon Glashow and Steven Weinberg shared the prize for this discovery. Salam holds the distinction of being the first Pakistani and the first Muslim Nobel Laureate to receive the prize in the Sciences. Even today, Salam is considered one of the most influential scientist and physicists in his field.

Highest international paved road in the world (9th wonder of the world): Karakoram Highway
The Karakoram Highway stretches some 700 kilometres from Islamabad, through the Karakoram Mountains and into China. It is an incredible feat of engineering cutting its way through deep valleys and desert plains into the mountains of northern Pakistan, providing communication between the districts of Chitral, Gilget and Balistan, with the major cities of Islamabad, Rawalpindi and Lahore. It connects China and Pakistan across the Karakoram mountain range, through the Khunjerab Pass, at an altitude of 4,693m/15,397 ft. It connects China’s Xinjiang region with Pakistan’s Gilgit-Baltistan and also serves as a popular tourist attraction. Due to its high elevation and the difficult conditions in which it was constructed, it is also referred to as the “Ninth Wonder of the World.”

Pakistan- Not as seen on TV

World’s 4th largest Dam: Tarbela
The Tarbela Dam is the largest earth-filled dam in the world 469 feet high and 2,264 feet thick at the base. The project is located at a narrow spot in the Indus River valley, at tarbela in Haripur, shortly located at the point from where the District Swabi starts. The main dam wall, built of earth and rock fill, stretches 2,743 metres (8,999 ft) from the island to river right, standing 148 metres (486 ft) high. A pair of concrete auxiliary dams spans the river from the island to river left. The main spillway has a discharge capacity of 18,406 cubic metres per second (650,000 cu ft/s) and the auxiliary spillway, 24,070 cubic metres per second (850,000 cu ft/s).

5th largest army:
The Pakistan Army is a volunteer professional fighting force. It has an active force of 550,000 personnel. Since independence, the Army has been involved in four wars with neighboring India and several border skirmishes with Afghanistan. It maintained division and brigade strength presences in some of the Arab countries during the past Arab-Israeli Wars, and aided the Coalition in the first Gulf War. Other major operations undertaken by the Army include Operation Black Thunderstorm and Operation Rah-e-Nijat. Apart from conflicts, the Army has been an active participant in UN missions and played a major role in rescuing trapped American soldiers from Mogadishu, Somalia in 1993 in Operation Gothic.
First woman elected to lead an Islamic State:

Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto Shaheed became the first Muslim woman to be elected as Prime Minister, and is Pakistan’s only female Prime Minister to date. She got her education from Convent of Jesus and Mary, Murree (O Level exams,) Karachi Grammar School (A Level exams) and eventually Harvard, Toronto and finally Oxford. In fact, in December 1976 she was elected president of the Oxford Union becoming the first Asian woman to head the prestigious debating society thereby setting a very inspiring example for others to follow. When she gave birth to Bilawal in 1988, she became the first modern head of state to give birth while in office.
World Record for shooting down most planes in a single sortie: Squadron Leader. MM. Alam
One of the fastest aces of all time was a participant in a short-lived border war between India and Pakistan in 1965. Few fighter pilots of any nation could claim nine victories in three combats. Fewer still could claim seven in two days. And no one besides Mohammad Alam of the Pakistan Air Force (PAF) can lay claim to shooting down five enemy planes in less than one minute.
“I remember thinking what very pretty aircraft were the brand-new Hunters were as I ordered my section to punch tanks,” said MM. Alam. “The Hunters also jettisoned their drop tanks, and we turned into each other for combat. The fight didn’t last long. I got my sights on the No. 4 Hunter, and after a brief burst, he flicked and went into the ground in a great ball of flame.”
“We were all turning very tightly – in access of 5g or just about on the limits of the Sabre’s very accurate A-4 radar ranging gunsight,” Alam reported ” And I think before we had completed more than about 270 degrees of the turn, at about 12 degrees per second, all four Hunters had been shot down. In each case, I got the piper of my sight around the canopy of the Hunter for virtually a full deflection shot. Almost all of our shooting throughout the war was at very high angles off – seldom less than 30 degrees. Unlike some of the Korean combat films I had seen, nobody in our war was shot down flying straight or level.”
Seldom do we remember these people. The heroes who have made us proud. The heroes who make Pakistan worth it!
Alas! Space is limited.. I know that there are numerous unsung heroes who have never asked to be recognized though they have done for this country and her people, the things that we can never be thankful enough for.

Pakistan- Not as seen on TV

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