Monday, September 6, 2010

Beautiful villas surrounded by dense wild vegetation

Photos of beautiful villas surrounded by dense wild vegetation. All these houses are beautiful and mysterious.
beautiful villas

World’s fastest furniture record with Motorized dinning table

World’s fastest furniture record with Motorized dinning table

A bristish motor mechanic Perry Watkins has set the record by creating a motorized speedy table called FastFood, Which is made by a Reliant Scimitar Cas Chassis equiped with Land Rover Discovery engine boosted by the nitrous oxide injection..It really can be used for dinner & party. It has chairs & amazingly its has been legalized for roads.

Fastfood has already hit a top speed of 103mph during the test runs. With an impressive 0-60mph in four seconds, the motorized table seems to easily outshine the previous record set in 2007 by Edd China and his motorized sofa, which

Daniel Radcliffe says new Harry Potter will shock fans

Actor Daniel Radcliffe, who plays the bespectacled boy wizard in Harry Potter, says the new film in the franchise will make some people uncomfortable.

The 21-year-old actor, who has finished filming the final two movies in the blockbuster franchise, says his character will be very close to death after being beaten up by his arch-nemesis Voldemort, which will be difficult for some fans to watch, the Contactmusic reported.

"Voldemort does absolutely kick six bells out of me, and that's what makes it effective, the fact that Harry's a kid having the crap beaten out of him. If it's Voldemort killing an adult - well, he does that loads in the

Rupert Grint feared Ron's death in final Potter book

Harry Potter star Rupert Grint has said that he was scared of reading the last book in the  series for fear that his character Ron Weasley would die.
According to reports, the 22-year-old actor, who has played the red-haired boy-wizard's role since 2001, admits he postponed reading Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows because he was terrified his alter-ego would be killed off.
"I think I was the last person to read it. I don't know why I didn't because I'm a big fan of the books, I've read them all. But I was nervous because I'd been hearing so much about characters dying and not making it through to the

Preview: Dabangg

He has donned the garb of an honest police officer in Hindi films like Garv and Wanted. Now Salman Khan once again endorses the khaki uniform to entertain his fans, but this time as a corrupt one in Dabangg, releasing Friday.

Too many firsts are attached with the movie, set in the dusty, rugged, rural milieu of Uttar Pradesh. This Abhinav Kashyap directorial debut presents Bollwyood's heartthrob in a completely desi avatar. In fact the director has chosen his character's name as Chulbul Pandey - quite common in the hinterland.

The film happens to be Salman's younger brother Arbaaz Khan's first production venture and it is also the launch vehicle of Sonakshi Sinha, 22, the daughter of

Glad Aishwarya married Abhishek: Salman

Salman Khan has been plagued by questions about the status of his relationship with actress Katrina Kaif recently and the Bollywood superstar is perturbed as to why the media is making big news out of the issue.

"There are so many other problems affecting people in the country, why is Salman-Katrina relationship national news? I am not giving any clarifications, the media can write whatever it wants. It is my personal life, if people want to know, they will have to wait and watch," Salman said in an interview with a TV channel.

The controversy was triggered after Katrina, who is

Mallika Sherawat debuts as singer with Hisss

Mallika Sherawat is all set to make her singing debut in her Hollywood project Hisss, which will be composed by Julian Lennon, son of Beatles legend John Lennon.

The actress, who landed in Mumbai recently after spending almost a year in Los Angeles, recorded the song in a studio in Los Angeles which will be released as part of the Hisss soundtrack and promotions.

According to an insider, Mallika has recorded her voice singing on two different songs. The first of the songs is composed and arranged by Julian Lennon. Upon mixing of the

Jacqueline Fernandez wants to work with Abhay Deol

Sri Lankan actress Jacqueline Fernandez, who teamed up with Riteish Deshmukh in her first two movies, says she would love to team up with Abhay Deol.

Asked about her favourite actors, she said: "I aspire to be like Aishwarya Rai for her elegance and poise. One actor I would like to pair up with would be Abhay Deol. He is very talented and I personally like his work a lot."

After doing fantasy roles, Jacqueline is all set to play a "real" character in filmmaker Milap Zaveri's next and says doing such roles is

Neetu Chandra denies match-fixing allegations

Bollywood actress Neetu Chandra has denied having any links with Pakistani bowler Mohammad Asif, embroiled in the latest match-fixing controversy that has hit the cricket world.

"Personally, Neetu does not know Mohammad Asif or any Pakistani cricketer for that matter. Her name is being unceremoniously dragged into the match-fixing debate with baseless allegations," Neetu's publicist Dale Bhagwagar said in a press statement.

"Neetu didn't even know how Asif looked like. Within minutes of this controversy breaking out, I met her and showed her his picture from the internet on my

Lady Gaga starves herself to stay fit, claims book


Pop star Lady Gaga's penchant for bizarreness is not limited to clothes only. The singer reportedly has an unhealthy eating pattern and starves herself to stay fit, claims a new book.

Written by Gaga's former tour manager David Ciemny, 'Poker Face: The Rise and Rise of Lady Gaga', claims that the hitmaker was hospitalised six times in 2009 due to her yo-yo dieting which caused her to get dangerously ill.

The 24-year-old star, who burst on the pop scene with her album 'The Fame' in 2008, goes to dangerous lengths to fit into her bizarre costumes, the Daily Mail reported.

"When I say she was sick, I mean physically and

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Sialkot accused sent on three-day-long remand

Eighteen people, including the accused policemen, were arrested in relation with the murders of brothers, Mugheez and Muneeb, in Sialkot on August 15. 
LAHORE: An Anti-Terrorism Court on Monday handed over the 18 accused of the Sialkot lynching case to police for a three-day-long physical remand.
On request of the police, the court sent SHO Rana Ilyas, Constable Mubarak and the remaining 16 accused, on the remand.
The court also reprimanded a police constable for giving VIP protocol to accused SHO Ilyas.
Eighteen people, including the accused policemen, were arrested in relation with the murders of brothers, Mugheez and Muneeb, in Sialkot on

Double doubles joy for Aisam Qureshi at US Open

Aisam Qureshi and Rohan Bopanna continue their march at the US Open. 
KARACHI: Aisam-ul-Haq Qureshi concluded a historic weekend in Pakistan’s tennis history as he entered the men’s and mixed doubles quarterfinals of the US Open in New York.
Teaming up with Kveta Peschke of the Czech Republic, Qureshi entered the mixed doubles quarterfinals late Saturday, before he and India’s Rohan Bopanna ousted tournament number two seeds Daniel Nestor and Nenad Zimonjic on

7.0 Earthquake Strikes Christchurch, New Zealand Take a LOOK

A powerful 7.4-magnitude earthquake struck much of New Zealand's South Island early Saturday. No tsunami alert was issued and there were no reports of serious injuries, but looters broke into some damaged shops in Christchurch, police said.

The quake, which hit 30 km west of the southern city of Christchurch according to the state geological agency GNS Science, shook a wide area with some residents saying buildings had collapsed and power was severed.

Christchurch police reported road damage in parts of the city of 400,000 people, with a series of sharp aftershocks rocking the area. Police officers cordoned off some streets where rubble was strewn about.

Check Out: Katrina Kaif in 'Sheela Ki Jawani' item song

Check Out: Katrina Kaif in 'Sheela Ki Jawani' item song

After 2 blockbusters namely Main Hoon Naa and Om Shanti Om, Farah Khan's next directorial venture Tees Maar Khan is one of the most awaited films of the

Hamid Meer's golden words must watch

Stosur advances to US Open quarter-finals

Fifth seed Samantha Stosur became the first Australian woman in the US Open quarter-finals since Wendy Turnbull in 1986 by defeating Russian 12th seed Elena Dementieva 6-3, 2-6, 7-6 (7/2) early Monday.
The French Open runner-up will play for a semi-final berth against defending US Open champion Kim Clijsters, the second seed from Belgium who ousted Serbian former world number one Ana Ivanovic 6-2, 6-1.

Fresh report links alleged fixer to Pakistan tour


An alleged match-fixer had dinner with Pakistan players during their controversial tour of Australia, a report said on Monday, as the extraordinary Sydney Test in January came under fresh scrutiny.
The Australian newspaper printed what it said was a photo of Mazhar Majeed, the agent caught up in a “spot-fixing” scandal, with several players at a Perth restaurant three weeks after the match.
The report comes after another Pakistani player claimed the Sydney Test, where Australia returned from almost certain defeat to record a rousing win, was fixed for illegal bookmaking syndicates.
“In the Sydney Test Match they made — 1.8 million pounds (2.8 million US),” opening batsman Yasir Hameed told the News of the World in an

World’s shortest man named as 27ins tall Colombian


Edward Nino Hernandez is in many ways a typical 24-year-old Colombian male. He loves to dance reggaeton, dreams of owning a car – preferably a Mercedes- and wants to see the world.
Top on his list of people he would like to meet are Jackie Chan, Sylvester Stallone and former Colombian President Alvaro Uribe.
What sets Nino (pronounced NEE-nyoh) apart is his size.
He is slightly taller than a piece of carryon luggage and weighs just 22 pounds (10 kilograms).
Nino has just been officially certified as the world’s shortest living man by Guinness World Records, measuring 27 inches (70 centimeters).
The previous titleholder was He Pingping of China, who was

Transporters increase fares in wake of Eid-ul-Fitr


The passengers travelling to their hometowns are perturbed over increasing fares of local transport in wake of upcoming Eid-ul-Fitr.
Most of the people on the eve of Eid-ul-Fitr are also facing shortage of transport vehicles.
They are complaining against overcharging by transporters more than two times against normal fares, the inter-city buses and vans also shown extraordinary surge in fares as the passengers want to reach their hometowns before Eid.
This situation is resulting into exchange of hot words between transporters and commuters as travellers are not ready to accept fare increase by the transporters at their own.
These practices are common on routes like Pirwadhai and Karachi company bus stands.
They keep fares high during eid and any other special days. They also crammed passengers inside and on top of their vehicles. The seats of these vans and buses are uncomfortable.
A commuter Ali Zain said that commuters were facing problems while using public transport. Meanwhile speeding buses and vans pose hazards to pedestrians particularly the

Shab-e-Qadr tonight


The Holy Shab-e-Qadr, a night of blessings, was observing across the country tonight.
The night is considered the most blessed of all the nights of the year.
It is the anniversary of the night Muslims believe the first verses of the Quran were revealed to the Prophet Muhammad(SAW).
Devotees will spend the night seeking divine blessings for peace and progress of the country and the Muslim Ummah as well.

Cricket Scandal of Imran Farhat in Casino


Sialkot fahad butt (Pakistani Bikers)

Hameed is mentally 15, unreliable: Afridi

Captain Shahid Afridi blasted Yasir Hameed as being mentally a teenager but the batsman insisted he was duped by a newspaper over betting scam claims which eclipsed the team’s defeat to England.
One-day skipper Afridi tore into Test batsman Hameed, who claimed he had done nothing more than repeat the allegations of “spot-fixing” being faced by three team players.
The row overshadowed Pakistan’s first international game since the scandal rocking the sport first erupted.
They were beaten by five wickets on Sunday in the first of two Twenty20 fixtures against England at Sophia Gardens in

Ufone Postpaid Offers Rs. 3 Per Hour

Ufone FnF 300x110 Ufone Postpaid Offers Rs. 3 Per Hour 

Ufone is now offering its postpaid customers to call at Rs. 3 plus tax per hour from 12 AM to 5 PM to 5 FNF numbers.
This is long awaited treat for postpaid customers, who are usually neglected for incentives and offerings.
This is also first of its kind offer that allows hourly calling for postpaid segment. Though postpaid market is usually considered as corporate and business class, who may not afford calling for hours (in terms of time), still we will have to see how will audience respond to

Aisam, Bopanna into third round


Pakistan’s thirty-year old young stallion, Aisam Ul-Haq Qureshi has given the nation way more than what was expected of him. In addition to his previous achievements, recently, the professional did his country proud by becoming the first ever Pakistani to be seeded at a grand slam tournament.

Spreading the message of peace and love, Qureshi teamed up with India’s Rohan Bopanna to compete at the 2010 US Open in the Men’s doubles category. Seeded sixteenth at the tournament, Aisam and Rohan were made to face an American duo, namely Ryler DeHart and Brian Battistone. Incidentally, the pair entered the tournament on a wild card. As the first round match kicked off, the team faced a slight problem when they were tied at 2-2 with the Americans during the first set. Qureshi and Bopanna however, took the first set six games to three. Battistone and DeHart stood defeated on their own home-ground at the flushing meadows after losing the first set to the

Accident at German flight show kills 1, injures 38


A pilot of a small propeller-driven plane lost control of his aircraft while taking off at a flight show in southern Germany and crashed into a group of spectators Sunday, leaving one person dead and 38 injured, police said.
The crash occurred at the Lillinghof airfield about 20 miles (30 kilometers) northeast of the city of Nuremberg, where up to 5,000 people attended the flight show, German news agency ddp reported.
Five people were seriously injured, while 33 others were slightly injured, of whom 22 were taken to a hospital, a police spokesman said at a news conference. Among those hospitalized was a 7-year-old child.
Police said it was still unknown why the

Eating at right time a must to keep obesity at bay


Eating less and exercising more to keep obesity at bay might not be enough. Now there is new evidence to show that eating at the right time is also a must for weight loss.

A Northwestern University study has found that eating at irregular times, especially when the body wants to sleep, influences weight gain.
“How or why a person gains weight is very complicated, but it clearly is not just calories in and calories out,” said Fred Turek, neurobiology and physiology professor at the Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences and director of the Centre for Sleep and

Brazilian superstar plays NY arena


The most Earth-shattering event in Brazil this weekend took place in New York, where singer Ivete Sangalo played a sold out show at Madison Square Garden. Too
bad, few Americans even noticed.
A superstar in her native Brazil, where she can pack a 70,000-capacity soccer stadium and commands crowds of millions during Carnaval, Sangalo kept the almost-entirely-Brazilian audience on its feet over the course of three hours and five costume changes.
Dancing frenetically, the crowd of 14,500 sang along with every word of her samba-inflected dance pop songs like “Festa” (Party) and

Al Pacino’s ‘Scarface’ gun is for sale


Hollywood legend Al Pacino’s machine-gun from the film ‘Scarface’ is to go under the hammer.
The M-16A1 is to be auctioned in the US and is expected to fetch about 100,000 pounds, reported Sun.
The 70-year-old actor’s character Tony Montana used the gun to shoot dozens of rivals at the end of the 1983 crime drama after saying, “Say hello to my little friend.”
Gun owner Kevin Martin said that Pacino insisted on using a

Defence Day being observed in a simple manner


ISLAMABAD (6th September 2010 (2 minutes ago))
The Nation was observing Pakistan Defence Day in simplicity on account of devastation caused by floods in the country.
The Day carries special significance in the national history when the entire nation stood by the gallant armed forces to fight against external aggression against the country.
The Day dawn with prayers in all mosques of the country including those in the garrisons.
Prayers were offered for the prosperity and strength of the country.
Fateha will be offered for the Shuhada who

Nadal moves on at US Open, Murray goes home

Stanislas Wawrinka of Switzerland, left, is congratulated by Andy Murray of Britain after Wawrinka upset Murray at the US Open tennis tournament in New York, Sunday, Sept. 5, 2010. Wawrinka won the match 6-7(3), 7-6(4), 6-3, 6-3. - Photo by AP.

NEW YORK: Rafael Nadal swept into the last 16 at the US Open on Sunday, but Andy Murray's campaign came to a shuddering halt.
Top seed Nadal swept past Gilles Simon of France 6-4, 6-4, 6-2 as Spanish players dominated the top half of the draw, filling five out of

England ease to five-wicket win over Pakistan

Graeme Swann took two wickets for 14 runs in his four overs as Pakistan struggled to score boundaries.—Reuters Photo

CARDIFF: World Twenty20 champions England romped home against Pakistan with a five-wicket win at Cardiff on Sunday.
Pakistan, looking to redeem some pride amid the spot-fixing controversy, failed to defend the 126 runs they posted on the board with a

Afridi blasts Hameed in Pakistan corruption row

One-day skipper Afridi tore into Test batsman Hameed, who claimed he had done nothing more than repeat the allegations of “spot-fixing” being faced by three Pakistan players. — File Photo

CARDIFF: Pakistan captain Shahid Afridi blasted Yasir Hameed as being mentally a teenager as the batsman insisted he was duped by a newspaper over betting scam claims which eclipsed the team’s defeat to England.
One-day skipper Afridi tore into Test batsman Hameed, who claimed he had done nothing more than repeat the allegations of “spot-fixing” being faced by

Video Shoot: We Will Rise Again by Atif Aslam feat Todd Shea and Leanne (Guns n Roses)

BOL Movie’s Video song featuring Atif Aslam-Mahira got leaked

BOL Movie’s Video song featuring -Mahira got leaked

The most anticipated upcoming Pakistani Movie
– Bol – has already been buzzing for months. The Movie was supposed to be launch this September, but unfortunately It couldn’t. But here comes a whole new video song from the movie. Yes, A Complete Video Song featuring Atif Aslam & Mahira has been

Insect candies

For over 25 years, based in California, the candy company HOTLIX has been the creative of these strange snacks such as chocolate-covered scorpions and insects palettes.
Larry Peterman, 70 years old, is the man who started all this. The first insect candy was created by a palette HOTLIX flavored tequila with a worm inside. This was in 1982, but the company has expanded worldwide and is more popular than ever.

Woh Kiya hai [Gharo Farm House] 5th September 2010

Yasir Hameed's Match Fixing Video Released....!!!!

Hasb e haal 5th September 2010

Naveed Qamar Parody - Must Watch