Ack: – Vishal Jain
A little boy got on the bus, sat next to a man reading a book, and noticed he had his collar on backwards. The little boy asked why he wore his collar backwards.
The man, who was a priest, said. ” I am a Father.” The little boy replied. “My Daddy doesn’t wear his collar like that.” The priest looked up from his book and answered. “I am the Father of many.”
The boy said. “My Dad has 4 boys, 4 girls and two grandchildren and he doesn’t wear his collar that way!
The priest, getting impatient, said. “I am the Father of hundreds” and went back to reading his book. The little boy sat quietly thinking for a while, then leaned over and said.
“Maybe you should wear a condom and your pants backwards instead of your collar.”
If you are divorced, separated or widowed, here is something for you to re-consider for your second marriage. Pahwa KBS today announced the launch of a new matrimonial website specifically targeting the remarriage market, i.e. For people who have been divorced, widowed or separated.
Vivek Pahwa who is a cousin brother of ContentSutra’s blogger Nikhil Pahwa, is a CEO of Pahwa KBS. The site is called SecondShaadi.com which itself explains the purpose. Vivek is an MBA from the Indian School of Business (ISB). Ankur Warikoo, Vivek’s batchmate from ISB, forms part of the SecondShaadi.com team as a external advisor. He and Vivek together handle the customer and marketing strategy of SecondShaadi.com
Ack :- Informationmadness.com
Few days ago Startup Dunia talked about a new website coming out of the Reliance hive. The website is called Chintee.com. Chintee (means Ant).
The DNS servers are still pointing to zapak.com and the site used to redirect to BigAdda, which was just launched last week (Reliance social netowkring site).If you look at the registrant information, it is on Nikhil Soman’s name. Organization field is empty. I got this information from who.is query.
The site now provides options to vote for your best logo for the page. This is similar to what they did for BigAdda.com.There are speculations about the site whether its a search engine or something else. Well as the name refers Chintee (an Ant) crawls to places, may be this is a web site crawler.
But the time will tell whats the website about. Till then you can just go to site and vote for your best logo. I voted for Option 2. Thats the picture which comes to my mind when I think of a chintee.
Check it out. www.chintee.com
Second Life is a 3-D virtual world entirely built and owned by its residents. Since opening to the public in 2003, it has grown explosively and today is inhabited by a total of 7,664,424 people from around the globe.
* From the moment you enter the World you’ll discover a vast digital continent, teeming with people, entertainment, experiences and opportunity. Once you’ve explored a bit, perhaps you’ll find a perfect parcel of land to build your house or business.
* You’ll also be surrounded by the Creations of your fellow residents. Because residents retain the rights to their digital creations, they can buy, sell and trade with other residents.
* The Marketplace currently supports millions of US dollars in monthly transactions. This commerce is handled with the in-world unit-of-trade, the Linden dollar, which can be converted to US dollars at several thriving online Linden Dollar exchanges.
Enjoy Second Life @ http://secondlife.com/
For those interested in astronomy, Saturday (June 30) could be a landmark day, for they will be in a position to cite a `Blue Moon’.
According to a Sydney Morning Herald report, the “Blue moon” is a quirky astronomical term used to describe the second full moon in a calendar month, an event which occurs only once every two and a half years.But it hasn’t always been this way. Up until the 1940s, the term blue moon was used to describe the third full moon in a season.However you define it, a blue moon isn’t a common event. On average they occur once every two and a half years, which probably led to the term ‘once in a blue moon’.
So if the moon doesn’t change colour, why use the term ‘blue’?
Read More Abt it @ Yahoo News
From this URL u can get meaning of your name plus other info tooo
My info described by this site was
Origin/Usage: Hindu, Indian
Meaning: a lamp
Yesterday saw this movie ..
It seemed to be a true story and not at all filmy one.Its all about extent to which a TRUE LOVE Leads us
Though bad was the hero in character and personality but still he manages to win the heart of heroine just because he was innocent in LOVE tht too damn true sincere faithful love for the heroine
The Heroine teaches the hero, how to live for parents, how to earn, Hero loves heroine so much tht heroine automatically gets loved toward him.
Acting – Hero Damn Good , Heroine too Goody
Story – Real and Practical One
Them – LÃ¶ve to extent of sacrifice
Message – Live Life for Love …Dont let it down even if Love no longer persists
Source: Google Videos
At 2 pm on race day when rubber hits the road and the world’s eyes are on the race track â€“ TCS is ready to deliver certainty with speed for Ferrari- even at 350 km per hour
Cutting-edge solutions delivered with speed and precision and the constant search for excellence and innovation had led to a partnership between the makers of one of the world’s fastest and most famous red car and Asia’s largest software company.
TATA Consultancy Services and Scuderia Ferrari have crossed yet another milestone on their journey, completing three years of a successful relationship. In 2004, in a unique initiative both the companies had come together where teams of engineers and specialists from TCS provided IT and engineering services and assist in the development of the Formula 1 racing car and the Ferrari sports car.
The F1 car is the most complex and advanced car platform in the market, packing research in aero dynamics, engine technology, brakes, tyres and modelling to name just a few. An F1 car is a feat of engineering in many domains. It has more in common with a jet fighter than it does with a normal car.
Experts compare it to a moving solutions platform that tests not only the stamina of the drivers but also mechanical and electronic systems that have to perform under levels of extreme stress. Goalposts shift dramatically every moment and pressure to deliver is a constant. From car electronics to safety, aerodynamics to trouble-shooting, TCS works with the F1 team to provide IT-based solutions before, during and between races.
A Formula 1 entry, as part of Ferrari’s technology team is a feather in the cap for TCS, showing that the Indian industry leader is now part of an elite group that is driving the future of technology worldwide. Collection and processing of millions of data elements with speed and accuracy is daily business at Scuderia Ferrari, the Maranello, Italy-based home of the car manufacturers.
While glamour and speed is what attracts millions of viewers to the races, a lesser-known fact is that increasingly, TCS has also delivered cutting edge engineering solutions to several customers in Europe in the automotive, aerospace, heavy engineering and automation domain.
TCS remains the first and only Indian company to enter the F1 stadium alongside the most famous occupant of this global arena.