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Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Happy Diwali!!!!

First of all a very happy diwali to all.(belated somewhat..??)

This diwali was arguably the best for me... :P Got my new Dell XPS M1530!!! *Hooray**

Will try to take and post some unboxing pics in the near(or far) future... :P


22:29 Posted in My Life | Permalink | Comments (0) | Tags: dell, xps, 1530, diwali, india

Friday, August 15, 2008

Birthday #3

ME!!! Yeah another Birthday... Nothing new.. Same Old Crap.. :|

Also i notice... havent blogged much since my last birthday :O Honestly I was short of time. A lot of new happenings lately, i just couldnt write all of them here too..

Will try to post more frequently from now on... ;)


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Tuesday, August 12, 2008

Birthday #2

The very next day, the birthday of my bestest friend ever.(If you keep aside Virtual Life)...

Boy, how much fun that time was when we were still together.But life is a bitch, you know.

Happy Birthday S.T.!!


Monday, August 11, 2008

Birthday #1

So the series of birthdays start today... First Birthday of the month, my 12 year old cousin!!!

Damn, he got a PS2 (*jealous*), and me still sticking with the ancient Little Master, whose games are as hard to find as Cant think of an example (Ice in Sahara, maybe??)..

Anyway, Happy Birthday to him!!! :P


14:33 Posted in My Life | Permalink | Comments (0) | Tags: birthday, august

Friday, August 01, 2008


August.. A very special month for me.. A hell lotta Birthdays, (inlcuding mine :P).. Its a pain too remembering all of them..

Seems like i will be able to see yet another birthday.. Still 14 days though, you never know..


13:47 Posted in My Life | Permalink | Comments (1) | Tags: august, birthday, cake, aprty

Sunday, June 15, 2008

The Day..

15th June.. The day has arrived once again.. 2 years have passed. Two whole fucking years. The day which was suposed to be the happiest day of my life, turned out to be saddest.

You are gone, though you are still remembered.



10:20 Posted in My Life | Permalink | Comments (0) | Tags: life, death, sad, happy, 15, june

Friday, May 30, 2008

Help Them Set A Record...

Download Day



Tuesday, May 13, 2008

Time To Get Serious...

Well, i am glad, i aint Dead yet... The so called, mystical forces, of the nature tried evry bit to make me dead, but they didnt succeed, i suppose..

Ok, now the main thing.. of all these years i have been reverse enginnering/back-dooring/rooting/trojaning etc. people/systems just for fun or for finding the weaknesses... Now, i think, is the time to get a bit serious.. THE MONEY!!!

Its all about the money. Its Money making time. Enough of this rooting/defacing shit. Of all the huge DB's and CC's i hacked, they must be worth of a couple of thousand quids, i suppose.. Now is the time to cash it. 

Oh and Feds, fuck you in the face. Catch me if you can. 

All those online malls/PayPal bitch/shopadmins, here i come. I will do it, not because i need the money, because i CAN do it.


11:41 Posted in My Life | Permalink | Comments (0) | Tags: ownage

Saturday, November 17, 2007

Spam goes Rhyming...

Got it last night....


That's great you've found a gal that's hot,
You wanna plough her juicy twat.
She's full of passion, she's so nice!
But would your penis size suffice?
Not sure she will ask for more?
You need a wang she would adore!
But how to grow it long and thick?
Your only chance is MegaDik!
You'll get so wanted super-size,
And see great pleasure in her eyes!
Your schlong will stuff her box so deep,
Tonight you'll hardly fall asleep!

So try today this magic pill,
And change your life at your own will!


lol they sure doing their home work, aint they..?


Thursday, October 18, 2007


I always doubted it, and its confirmed now. Life is a Bitch! Nothing else. I am glad i dont have to bear it for long.

Fucking Hell.



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Thursday, September 06, 2007

Uthappa Saves The Day...

The best one-day matches are decided in tight finishes and, when the life of a series hangs in that balance, it makes the tension that much more real. Led by a magnificent 94 from Sachin Tendulkar and an icy-cool unbeaten 47 from Robin Uthappa, India hunted down the target of 316 with two balls to spare. England fought hard and never let go but the price India paid for playing only four bowlers was compensated - if only just - by the decision to play seven batsmen.

The last few overs were dramatic, and none more than the final one. Uthappa, playing in his first match of the series and batting in the unfamiliar role of the finisher, found himself facing Stuart Broad, England's best bowler of the day, with ten runs needed to keep his team in the series. The first ball yielded a hard-run two but Broad fired the next in the blockhole; Uthappa could only dig it out to straight to the bowler, who comfortably ran out Zaheer Khan, who had backed up too far.

The next ball was another full ball, aimed at the middle stump. Uthappa, though, was outside the off-stump by the time the ball got to him and deftly helped it over the short fine-leg. The fielder was pushed back and in came long off. This time Uthappa was down the wicket and the ball went screaming past mid off. Through these two high-quality and calculated strokes, one young man had out-thought the other. It was a nerveless innings when the run chase had threatened to go horribly wrong.

India began their pursuit with their heaviest artillery, Tendulkar and Sourav Ganguly, firing in unison. Ganguly set thetone,putting James Anderson away through his favourite point region. Tendulkar Sachin at His BEST!! then responded with a flick off Stuart Broad that flew off the bat and it was game on. There was decisiveness to the calling as the pair pinched quick singles. While they still traded largely in boundaries, there was no hesitancy in the running between wickets, a refreshing trend after the last few games.

Tendulkar picked off Anderson for three consecutive boundaries - an off-drive, a flick through square-leg and a repeat of the earlier stroke - in the 8th over, and Ganguly was keen not to be left out. Off the next over he came breezily down the pitch to Stuart Broad and carved him over cover. There was an exchange of words as Broad clearly wasn't enjoying bowling to two highly skilled one-day batsmen on an unhelpful pitch. All this did was spur Ganguly on further, and another trip down the pitch sent the ball several rows back in the stands behind long-on.

The Indian fifty - hardly maniacal - came off 49 balls, and soon enough Tendulkar brought up his 83rd half-century. The next Indian fifty came even sooner, off 37 balls, and suddenly the target of 316 appeared manageable.

With Tendulkar sweeping past short fine-leg when the man was in the circle, and hitting inside-out through cover when the field changed, there was little the bowlers could do. Needing to score at more than six-an-over for the 50-over span, it needed runs from both ends, and Ganguly matched Tendulkar in volume and entertainment. He even unfurled the pull, timing and placing the ball perfectly, one bounce and over the ropes.

What made India's progress particularly pleasing was the fact that barely a serious appeal had passed in the course of the partnership. Then, against the run of play Ganguly fell, on 53, when he made room and tried to hit over the off side. He just failed to clear Kevin Pietersen at cover and India lost their first wicket on exactly 150. Broad, who had bowled with purpose amid the run-glut, finally had reward for his toil.

 Then came a passage of play that Indian fans are familiar with. One wicket was followed by another as Tendulkar, cramping and struggling on, hit Monty Panesar inside-out, much like Ganguly, and was caught by Collingwood. Tendulkar had fallen in the nineties for the fourth time on this tour, and soon after the complexion of the game changed.

Dravid fell to a soft dismissal; Yuvraj Singh hit a couple of pleasing shots but checked a drive and popped a catch back to Dimitri Mascarenhas; Gautam Gambhir threatened to consolidate but threw his wicket away at 47. When he fell, India had 234 on the board and still needed 83 from 58 balls. Then Mahendra Singh Dhoni and Uthappa shepherded India through a passage where the required rate rocketed over 10.

The two kept their cool, and despite some  intelligent bowling from Broad, the runs came. Uthappa scooped one over short fine-leg, pulled off the front foot, and a couple of edges either side of the wicketkeeper put India within touching distance of the target. Still, with 23 needed from the last two overs, and the bowlers sacrificing their wickets, it came right down to the wire with 10 needed from the last over. Then Uthappa, with 47 from only 33 balls, went from being a passenger to a hero.



Wednesday, September 05, 2007

Do Not Disturb, finally a Reality...

Yes!! over 230 Million Indian Telecom subscribers will be able to seek relief from unwanted telemarketing calls, as the Nation's first of its kind, Do Not Disturb initiative comes into action Today!

India's telecom regulator Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) in June unveiled the "Telecom Unsolicited Commercial Communications Regulations 2007", putting in place a mechanism to curb unwanted telemarketing calls.

This will allow both cellphone and landline owners to register their numbers under the National Do Not Call (NDNC) database and will free them of recieveing Unsolicited Commercial Communications (UCC), including SMSes...

The Indian government's Department of Telecommunications had authorized the National Informatics Center (NIC) to oversee the installation, operation and maintenance of the NDNC registry.

Under the new regulation, telemarketers have to verify their list of telelphone numbers, which they will be using to call for telemarketing, with the NDNC registry before making a call. According to the directive, every telemarketer have to register themselves with the NDNC database to make sure that the list of numbers they have, does not include those numbers, which are present in the registry. An updated list will also be sent to the telemarketers every 15 days.

Subscribers can register their numbers free of charge, via SMS, phone, online or letter. Service providers have ten days to acknowledge such requests, which will be made effective within 45 days from the date of request.

Errant telemarketers will pay a fine of US$12.20 (500 rupee) per call to the subscriber as penalty, a bid to deter marketers from marking calls numbers registered in NDNC list. Recalcitrant telemarketers can also face disconnection of their telecom service. (Now that made some sense..... :-p)


Sunday, September 02, 2007

5710 Xpress Music or 5700 Xpress Music Black Edition???

Oh man, this thing is making me crazy. 29th August, the day N95 8GB, N81, 5610 and 5310 were announced, in the early hours the photos of 5700 Black Edition swarmed the Internet, some said its 5710, the upgrade to the 5700 and some said its the same 5700 with just the Pure Black theme...

Now the point is that after hours of the news of release of 5700 Black or so called 5710 ,the photos and the news about it was removed... (??) And now there is no official information about that phone which swarmed the Internet and disappeared like a ghost. It brought a hope to have 5700 in Pure Black theme(Black is Beautiful), but now it seems we have to live with the girly Red and not so cool Grey...

Some Pics...

I just loved the design and the Black Look.... I hope its not a rumour and it exists actually........ 



07:56 Posted in Technology | Permalink | Comments (2) | Tags: Nokia, N95, 8GB, N81, 5310, 5610, 5700

Thursday, August 30, 2007

More More More Speed!!!

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I am getting used to it, slowly....... :-PPPppPPP

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Thursday, August 23, 2007

Sky’s limit: Google Earth gets starry-eyed

After turning millions of Internet users into virtual explorers of the world with Google Earth, the Internet search giant is now hoping to turn many of them into virtual stargazers.
    Google is unveiling within Google Earth on Wednesday a new service called Sky that will allow users to view the skies as seen from Earth. Like Google Earth, Sky will let users fly around and zoom in, exposing increasingly detailed imagery of some 100 million stars and 200 million galaxies.

    “You will be able to browse into the sky like never before,” said Carol Christian, an astronomer with the Space Telescope Science Institute, a nonprofit academic consortium that supports the Hubble Space Telescope.
    While other programmes allow users to explore the skies, they typically combine a mix of representations of stars and galaxies that are overlaid with photographs, Christian said. “These are really the images of the sky. Everything is real.”
    The Sky imagery was stitched together from more than one mil
lion photographs from scientific and academic sources, including the Sloan Digital Sky Survey, the Palomar Observatory at the California Institute of Technology and the Nasa-financed Hubble.
    Google said that it developed the project strictly because some of its engineers were interested in it, and that it had no plans to make money from it for now. “It’s merely about getting new kinds of information out there for the public,” said Chikai Ohazama, a Google Earth project manager.
    As with Google Earth, individual users and organisations
will be able to overlay photographs, annotations and other kinds of data on top of Sky’s basic images and make them available to others as layers — called mash-ups.
    Sky already has layers showing various constellations, a user’s guide to galaxies, the position of planets two months into the future and animations of lunar positions. A “backyard astronomy” layer highlights stars, galaxies and nebulae that are visible to the naked eye, with binoculars or with small telescopes.



Wednesday, August 15, 2007

Happy F'N Birthday...

Yeah... To ME.. Who else..??

20 years went like a bitch (bwahahahaa... *wink ) 

And till now i can see its just like all the previous ones... ShitBag... I expected nothing and expected right.

Fuckin Hell.


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Monday, August 13, 2007


I am not used to such huge speeds... It may not seem much to you, but for me its Great!! 

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Monday, July 09, 2007

Last Presentation...


19:21 Posted in Humour | Permalink | Comments (0) | Tags: laser, presentation, office