Tuesday, December 2, 2008

Dreams

Out of Box Coverage

Pictures of Terror
http://www.boston.com/bigpicture/2008/11/mumbai_under_attack.html

Monday, December 1, 2008

School Time : Fun TIme

Question: What is the fullform of maths.
Answer:
Mentally affected teachers harassing students

Teacher: How old is ur father.
Sunny: As old as I am.
Teacher:
How is it possible?
Sunny: He became father only after I was born. (1st Rank)

Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Monday, October 13, 2008

Twinkle Twinkle Little Start Indian Style

Twinkle Twinkle Little Star , in 3 different Indian styles

Funny Audition Sardar

Help me get a clue if he is trying for a singing audition or a dance show audition

Tuesday, September 23, 2008

Career Growth Meter : See where you stand

Bankruptcy Concept

Once there was a little island country. The land of this country was the tiny island itself. The total money in circulation was 2 dollars as there were only two pieces of 1 dollar coins circulating around.

1) There were 3 citizens living on this island country. A owned the land. B and C each owned 1 dollar.

2) B decided to purchase the land from A for 1 dollar. So, now A and C own 1 dollar each while B owned a piece of land that is worth 1 dollar.

* The net asset of the country now = 3 dollars.

3) Now C thought that since there is only one piece of land in the country, and land is non producible asset, its value must definitely go up. So, he borrowed 1 dollar from A, and together with his own 1 dollar, he bought the land from B for 2 dollars.

*A has a loan to C of 1 dollar, so his net asset is 1 dollar.
* B sold his land and got 2 dollars, so his net asset is 2 dollars.
* C owned the piece of land worth 2 dollars but with his 1 dollar debt to A, his net residual asset is 1 dollar.
* Thus, the net asset of the country = 4 dollars.

4) A saw that the land he once owned has risen in value. He regretted having sold it. Luckily, he has a 1 dollar loan to C. He then borrowed 2 dollars from B and acquired the land back from C for 3 dollars. The payment is by 2 dollars cash (which he borrowed) and cancellation of the 1 dollar loan to C. As a result, A now owned a piece of land that is worth 3 dollars. But since he owed B 2 dollars, his net asset is 1 dollar.

* B loaned 2 dollars to A. So his net asset is 2 dollars.
* C now has the 2 coins. His net asset is also 2 dollars.
* The net asset of the country = 5 dollars. A bubble is building up.

(5) B saw that the value of land kept rising. He also wanted to own the land. So he bought the land from A for 4 dollars. The payment is by borrowing 2 dollars from C, and cancellation of his 2 dollars loan to A.

* As a result, A has got his debt cleared and he got the 2 coins. His net asset is 2 dollars.
* B owned a piece of land that is worth 4 dollars, but since he has a debt of 2 dollars with C, his net Asset is 2 dollars.
* C loaned 2 dollars to B, so his net asset is 2 dollars.

* The net asset of the country = 6 dollars; even though, the country has only one piece of land and 2 Dollars in circulation.

(6) Everybody has made money and everybody felt happy and prosperous.

(7) One day an evil wind blew, and an evil thought came to C's mind. "Hey, what if the land price stop going up, how could B repay my loan. There is only 2 dollars in circulation, and, I think after all the land that B owns is worth at most only 1 dollar, and no more."

(8) A also thought the same way.

(9) Nobody wanted to buy land anymore.

* So, in the end, A owns the 2 dollar coins, his net asset is 2 dollars.
* B owed C 2 dollars and the land he owned which he thought worth 4 dollars is now 1 dollar. So his net asset is only 1 dollar.
* C has a loan of 2 dollars to B. But it is a bad debt. Although his net asset is still 2 dollars, his Heart is palpitating.
* The net asset of the country = 3 dollars again.

(10) So, who has stolen the 3 dollars from the country ? Of course, before the bubble burst B thought his land was worth 4 dollars. Actually, right before the collapse, the net asset of the country was 6 dollars on paper. B's net asset is still 2 dollars, his heart is palpitating.

(11) B had no choice but to declare bankruptcy. C as to relinquish his 2 dollars bad debt to B, but in return he acquired the land which is worth 1 dollar now.

* A owns the 2 coins, his net asset is 2 dollars.
* B is bankrupt, his net asset is 0 dollar. ( he lost everything )
* C got no choice but end up with a land worth only 1 dollar

* The net asset of the country = 3 dollars.

************ **End of the story; BUT ************ ********* ******

There is however a redistribution of wealth.
A is the winner, B is the loser, C is lucky that he is spared.
A few points worth noting -

(1) When a bubble is building up, the debt of individuals to one another in a country is also building up.
(2) This story of the island is a closed system whereby there is no other country and hence no foreign debt. The worth of the asset can only be calculated using the island's own currency. Hence, there is no net loss.
(3) An over-damped system is assumed when the bubble burst, meaning the land's value did not go down to below 1 dollar.
(4) When the bubble burst, the fellow with cash is the winner. The fellows having the land or extending loan to others are the losers. The asset could shrink or in worst case, they go bankrupt.
(5) If there is another citizen D either holding a dollar or another piece of land but refrains from taking part in the game, he will neither win nor lose. But he will see the value of his money or land go up and down like a see saw.
(6) When the bubble was in the growing phase, everybody made money.
(7) If you are smart and know that you are living in a growing bubble, it is worthwhile to borrow money (like A ) and take part in the game. But you must know when you should change everything back to cash.
(8) As in the case of land, the above phenomenon applies to stocks as well.
(9) The actual worth of land or stocks depend largely on psychology.

Saturday, September 20, 2008

Mario MIx

Best Mix ever

It requires quite a bit of creativity , to make such a mix ... the voice , the words , the actions everything is 100% original ...



just in case you are interested in seeing the original piece



take it away ;)

Wednesday, August 20, 2008

Avoid using mobile while driving

I can't follow you everywhere.



Avoid using mobiles while driving

Wednesday, August 13, 2008

Monday, August 4, 2008

Evolution of A software Engineer........

High School/Jr.High

10 PRINT "HELLO WORLD"
20 END








First year in College

program Hello(input, output)

begin

writeln('Hello World')

end.








Senior year in College

(defun hello
(print

(cons 'Hello (list 'World))))








New professional

#include
void main(void)

{

char *message[] = {"Hello ", "World"};
int i;


for(i = 0; i <>
printf("%s", message[i]);

printf("\n");

}








Seasoned professional

#include

#include

class string

{

private:

int size;

char *ptr;


public:

string() : size(0), ptr(new char('\0')) {}


string(const string &s) : size(s.size)
{

ptr = new char[size + 1];

strcpy(ptr, s.ptr);

}


~string()

{

delete [] ptr;

}


friend ostream &operator <<(ostream &, const string &);
string &operator=(const char *);

};


ostream &operator<<(ostream &stream, const string &s)

{

return(stream <<>
}

string &string::operator=(const char *chrs)
{

if (this != &chrs)

{

delete [] ptr;

size = strlen(chrs);

ptr = new char[size + 1];

strcpy(ptr, chrs);
}

return(*this);

}


int main()

{

string str;


str = "Hello World";

cout <<>

return(0);
}








Master Programmer

[

uuid(2573F8F4-CFEE-101A-9A9F-00AA00342820)

]

library LHello

{

// bring in the master library

importlib("actimp.tlb");

importlib("actexp.tlb");


// bring in my interfaces
#include "pshlo.idl"


[

uuid(2573F8F5-CFEE-101A-9A9F-00AA00342820)
]

cotype THello

{

interface IHello;

interface IPersistFile;

};

};


[

exe,

uuid(2573F890-CFEE-101A-9A9F-00AA00342820)
]

module CHelloLib
{


// some code related header files

importheader();

importheader();

importheader(<>);

importheader("pshlo.h");

importheader("shlo.hxx");

importheader(" mycls.hxx");


// needed typelibs

importlib("actimp.tlb");

importlib(" actexp.tlb");

importlib("thlo.tlb");


[

uuid(2573F891-CFEE-101A-9A9F-00AA00342820),
aggregatable

]

coclass CHello

{

cotype THello;

};

};


#include "ipfix.hxx"


extern HANDLE hEvent;

class CHello : public CHelloBase

{

public:

IPFIX(CLSID_CHello);


CHello(IUnknown *pUnk);

~CHello();


HRESULT __stdcall PrintSz(LPWSTR pwszString);


private:

static int cObjRef;

};


#include

#include

#include

#include

#include "thlo.h"

#include "pshlo.h"

#include "shlo.hxx "

#include "mycls.hxx"


int CHello::cObjRef = 0;


CHello::CHello(IUnknown *pUnk) : CHelloBase(pUnk)

{

cObjRef++;
return;

}

HRESULT __stdcall CHello::PrintSz(LPWSTR pwszString)

{

printf("%ws\n", pwszString);

return(ResultFromScode(S_OK));
}


CHello::~CHello(void)

{


// when the object count goes to zero, stop the server

cObjRef--;

if( cObjRef == 0 )

PulseEvent(hEvent);


return;

}


#include

#include <>

#include "pshlo.h"

#include "shlo.hxx"

#include "mycls.hxx"


HANDLE hEvent;

int _cdecl main(

int argc,

char * argv[]

) {

ULONG ulRef;

DWORD dwRegistration;

CHelloCF *pCF = new CHelloCF();


hEvent = CreateEvent(NULL, FALSE, FALSE, NULL);

// Initialize the OLE libraries

CoInitializeEx(NULL, COINIT_MULTITHREADED);

CoRegisterClassObject(CLSID_CHello, pCF, CLSCTX_LOCAL_SERVER,

REGCLS_MULTIPLEUSE, &dwRegistration);


// wait on an event to stop

WaitForSingleObject(hEvent, INFINITE);

// revoke and release the class object

CoRevokeClassObject(dwRegistration);
ulRef = pCF->Release();

// Tell OLE we are going away.

CoUninitialize();


return(0);

}


extern CLSID CLSID_CHello;

extern UUID LIBID_CHelloLib;


CLSID CLSID_CHello = { _/* 2573F891-CFEE-101A-9A9F-00AA00342820 */

0x2573F891,

0xCFEE,

0x101A,

{ 0x9A, 0x9F, 0x00, 0xAA, 0x00, 0x34, 0x28, 0x20 }

};


UUID LIBID_CHelloLib = { _/* 2573F890-CFEE-101A-9A9F-00AA00342820 */
0x2573F890,

0xCFEE,

0x101A,

{ 0x9A, 0x9F, 0x00, 0xAA, 0x00, 0x34, 0x28, 0x20 }

};


#include

#include

#include

#include

#include

#include "pshlo.h"
#include "shlo.hxx"

#include "clsid.h"

int _cdecl main(

int argc,

char * argv[]

) {

HRESULT hRslt;

IHello *pHello;

ULONG ulCnt;

IMoniker * pmk;

WCHAR wcsT[_MAX_PATH];

WCHAR wcsPath[2 * _MAX_PATH];


// get object path
wcsPath[0] = '\0';

wcsT[0] = '\0';

if( argc > 1) {

mbstowcs(wcsPath, argv[1], strlen(argv[1]) + 1);

wcsupr(wcsPath);
}

else {

fprintf(stderr, "Object path must be specified\n");

return(1);

}


// get print string

if(argc > 2)

mbstowcs(wcsT, argv[2], strlen(argv[2]) + 1);
else

wcscpy(wcsT, L"Hello World");


printf("Linking to object %ws\n", wcsPath);

printf("Text String %ws\n", wcsT);


// Initialize the OLE libraries

hRslt = CoInitializeEx(NULL, COINIT_MULTITHREADED);

if(SUCCEEDED(hRslt)) {


hRslt = CreateFileMoniker(wcsPath, &pmk);
if(SUCCEEDED(hRslt))

hRslt = BindMoniker(pmk, 0, IID_IHello, (void **)&pHello);


if(SUCCEEDED(hRslt)) {

// print a string out

pHello->PrintSz(wcsT);


Sleep(2000);

ulCnt = pHello->Release();

}

else

printf("Failure to connect, status: %lx", hRslt);

// Tell OLE we are going away.
CoUninitialize();

}


return(0);

}



----------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Output
HELLO WORLD
-----------------------------------------------------

Friday, August 1, 2008

Toddler Love story

Chetan Bhagat : Keep the Spark Alive

Keep the Spark Alive

Inaugural Speech for the new batch at the Symbiosis BBA program, Pune 23rd June, 2008

By Chetan Bhagat

Good Morning everyone and thank you for giving me this chance to speak to you. This day is about you. You, who have come to this college, leaving the comfort of your homes (or in some cases discomfort), to become something in your life. I am sure you are excited. There are few days in human life when one is truly elated. The first day in college is one of them. When you were getting ready today, you felt a tingling in your stomach. What would the auditorium be like, what would the teachers be like, who are my new classmates - there is so much to be curious about. I call this excitement, the spark within you that makes you feel truly alive today. Today I am going to talk about keeping the spark shining. Or to put it another way, how to be happy most, if not all the time.

Where do these sparks start? I think we are born with them. My 3-year old twin boys have a million sparks. A little Spiderman toy can make them jump on the bed. They get thrills from creaky swings in the park. A story from daddy gets them excited. They do a daily countdown for birthday party – several months in advance – just for the day they will cut their own birthday cake.

I see students like you, and I still see some sparks. But when I see older people, the spark is difficult to find. That means as we age, the spark fades. People whose spark has faded too much are dull, dejected, aimless and bitter. Remember Kareena in the first half of Jab We Met vs the second half? That is what happens when the spark is lost. So how to save the spark?

Imagine the spark to be a lamp's flame. The first aspect is nurturing - to give your spark the fuel, continuously. The second is to guard against storms.

To nurture, always have goals. It is human nature to strive, improve and achieve full potential. In fact, that is success. It is what is possible for you. It isn't any external measure - a certain cost to company pay package, a particular car or house.

Most of us are from middle class families. To us, having material landmarks is success and rightly so. When you have grown up where money constraints force everyday choices, financial freedom is a big achievement. But it isn't the purpose of life. If that was the case, Mr. Ambani would not show up for work. Shah Rukh Khan would stay at home and not dance anymore. Steve Jobs won't be working hard to make a better iPhone, as he sold Pixar for billions of dollars already. Why do they do it? What makes them come to work everyday? They do it because it makes them happy. They do it because it makes them feel alive. Just getting better from current levels feels good. If you study hard, you can improve your rank. If you make an effort to interact with people, you will do better in interviews. If you practice, your cricket will get better. You may also know that you cannot become Tendulkar, yet. But you can get to the next level. Striving for that next level is important.

Nature designed with a random set of genes and circumstances in which we were born. To be happy, we have to accept it and make the most of nature's design. Are you? Goals will help you do that.

I must add, don't just have career or academic goals. Set goals to give you a balanced, successful life. I use the word balanced before successful. Balanced means ensuring your health, relationships, mental peace are all in good order.

There is no point of getting a promotion on the day of your breakup. There is no fun in driving a car if your back hurts. Shopping is not enjoyable if your mind is full of tensions.

You must have read some quotes - Life is a tough race, it is a marathon or whatever. No, from what I have seen so far, life is one of those races in nursery school, where you have to run with a marble in a spoon kept in your mouth. If the marble falls, there is no point coming first. Same with life, where health and relationships are the marble. Your striving is only worth it if there is harmony in your life. Else, you may achieve the success, but this spark, this feeling of being excited and alive, will start to die.

One last thing about nurturing the spark - don't take life seriously. One of my yoga teachers used to make students laugh during classes. One student asked him if these jokes would take away something from the yoga practice. The teacher said - don't be serious, be sincere. This quote has defined my work ever since. Whether its my writing, my job, my relationships or any of my goals. I get thousands of opinions on my writing everyday. There is heaps of praise, there is intense criticism. If I take it all seriously, how will I write? Or rather, how will I live? Life is not to be taken seriously, as we are really temporary here. We are like a pre-paid card with limited validity. If we are lucky, we may last another 50 years. And 50 years is just 2,500 weekends. Do we really need to get so worked up? It's ok, bunk a few classes, goof up a few interviews, fall in love. We are people, not programmed devices.

I've told you three things - reasonable goals, balance and not taking it too seriously that will nurture the spark. However, there are four storms in life that will threaten to completely put out the flame. These must be guarded against. These are disappointment, frustration, unfairness and loneliness of purpose.

Disappointment will come when your effort does not give you the expected return. If things don't go as planned or if you face failure. Failure is extremely difficult to handle, but those that do come out stronger. What did this failure teach me? is the question you will need to ask. You will feel miserable. You will want to quit, like I wanted to when nine publishers rejected my first book. Some IITians kill themselves over low grades – how silly is that? But that is how much failure can hurt you. But it's life. If challenges could always be overcome, they would cease to be a challenge. And remember - if you are failing at something, that means you are at your limit or potential. And that's where you want to be.

Disappointment's cousin is frustration, the second storm. Have you ever been frustrated? It happens when things are stuck. This is especially relevant in India. From traffic jams to getting that job you deserve, sometimes things take so long that you don't know if you chose the right goal. After books, I set the goal of writing for Bollywood, as I thought they needed writers. I am called extremely lucky, but it took me five years to get close to a release. Frustration saps excitement, and turns your initial energy into something negative, making you a bitter person. How did I deal with it? A realistic assessment of the time involved – movies take a long time to make even though they are watched quickly, seeking a certain enjoyment in the process rather than the end result – at least I was learning how to write scripts, having a side plan – I had my third book to write and even something as simple as pleasurable distractions in your life - friends, food, travel can help you overcome it. Remember, nothing is to be taken seriously. Frustration is a sign somewhere, you took it too seriously.

Unfairness - this is hardest to deal with, but unfortunately that is how our country works. People with connections, rich dads, beautiful faces, pedigree find it easier to make it – not just in Bollywood, but everywhere. And sometimes it is just plain luck. There are so few opportunities in India, so many stars need to be aligned for you to make it happen. Merit and hard work is not always linked to achievement in the short term, but the long term correlation is high, and ultimately things do work out. But realize, there will be some people luckier than you. In fact, to have an opportunity to go to college and understand this speech in English means you are pretty damm lucky by Indian standards. Let's be grateful for what we have and get the strength to accept what we don't. I have so much love from my readers that other writers cannot even imagine it. However, I don't get literary praise. It's ok. I don't look like Aishwarya Rai, but I have two boys who I think are more beautiful than her. It's ok. Don't let unfairness kill your spark.

Finally, the last point that can kill your spark is isolation. As you grow older you will realize you are unique. When you are little, all kids want Ice cream and Spiderman. As you grow older to college, you still are a lot like your friends. But ten years later and you realize you are unique. What you want, what you believe in, what makes you feel, may be different from even the people closest to you. This can create conflict as your goals may not match with others. . And you may drop some of them. Basketball captains in college invariably stop playing basketball by the time they have their second child. They give up something that meant so much to them. They do it for their family. But in doing that, the spark dies. Never, ever make that compromise. Love yourself first, and then others.

There you go. I've told you the four thunderstorms - disappointment, frustration, unfairness and isolation. You cannot avoid them, as like the monsoon they will come into your life at regular intervals. You just need to keep the raincoat handy to not let the spark die.

I welcome you again to the most wonderful years of your life. If someone gave me the choice to go back in time, I will surely choose college. But I also hope that ten years later as well, your eyes will shine the same way as they do today. That you will Keep the Spark alive, not only through college, but through the next 2,500 weekends. And I hope not just you, but my whole country will keep that spark alive, as we really need it now more than any moment in history. And there is something cool about saying - I come from the land of a billion sparks.

Thank You!

Tuesday, July 22, 2008

Police Anniversarry : Rome

Totally out of box show by the police academy , what co-ordination. and above all hats off the person who organized the show !!

Monday, July 21, 2008

Coca Cola Pixar Ad

I wonder why they don't Air such Ads in India

300 : Pixar style

The Incredibles : Uncut Scene

This "interesting" bit of part seems to be developed later

Saturday, July 19, 2008

Chak De India

Indians are truly taking over the world ;-)

Wednesday, July 9, 2008

Original SUV


A sport utility vehicle, or SUV is a generic specification for a passenger vehicle which combines the towing capacity of a pickup truck with the passenger-carrying space of a minivan or station wagon together with on or off road ability.

Tuesday, July 8, 2008

Blood sucking Mosquito




Observe one thing closely... the tail of mosquito gets reddish and big by the end of movie clip.

Wednesday, July 2, 2008

Out of the Box : PIC

Hope that enlightened you !!

Thursday, June 26, 2008

Wednesday, June 25, 2008

Monday, June 16, 2008

Saturday, June 14, 2008

Green Desk

Nice Idea ... this guy in brooklyn has rented office space and converted it into greendesk keeping one as close as possible to nature , so that you utilize your time to maximum when in office

wish i was there :)

Thursday, June 5, 2008

Music for NIrvana

This is really nice ... and different. Rare collection i must say.
http://www.raaga.com/channels/nirvana/albums.asp

Wednesday, June 4, 2008

Worlds Biggest Swimming Pool



If you like doing laps in the swimming pool, you might want to stock up on the energy drinks before diving in to this one.

It is more than 1,000 yards long, covers 20 acres, had a 115 ft deep end and holds 66 million gallons of water.




The Guinness Book of Records named the vast pool beside the sea in Chile as the biggest in the world.

But if you fancy splashing out on one of your own - and you have the space to accommodate it - then beware: This one took five years to build, cost nearly $1billion and the annual maintenance bill will be $2million.




The man-made saltwater lagoon has been attracting huge crowds to the San Alfonso del Mar resort at Algarrobo, on Chile's southern coast, since it opened last month.

Its turquoise waters are so crystal clear that you can see the bottom even in the deep end.

It dwarfs the world's second biggest pool, the Orthlieb -- nicknamed the Big Splash -- in Morocco, which is a mere 150 yards long and 100 yards wide. An Olympic size pool measures some 50 yards by 25 yards.

Chile 's monster pool uses a computer-controlled suction and filtration system to keep fresh seawater in permanent circulation, drawing it in from the ocean at one end and pumping it out at the other.

The sun warms the water to 26c, nine degrees warmer than the adjoining sea.


Chilean biochemist Fernando Fischmann, whose Crystal Lagoons Corporation designed the pool, said advanced engineering meant his company could build 'an impressive artifici al paradise' even in inhospitable areas. 'As long as we have access to unlimited seawater, we can make it work, and it causes no damage to the ocean.'

Monday, May 26, 2008

Toll Free Numbers in India

Toll Free Numbers in India


Airlines

Indian Airlines - 1800 180 1407
Jet Airways - 1800 22 5522
SpiceJet - 1800 180 3333
Air India -- 1800 22 7722
KingFisher - 1800 180 0101


Banks


ABN AMRO - 1800 11 2224
Canara Bank - 1800 44 6000
Citibank - 1800 44 2265
Corporatin Bank - 1800 443 555
Development Credit Bank - 1800 22 5769
HDFC Bank - 1800 227 227
ICICI Bank - 1800 333 499
ICICI Bank NRI - 1800 22 4848
IDBI Bank - 1800 11 6999
Indian Bank - 1800 425 1400
ING Vysya - 1800 44 9900
Kotak Mahindra Bank - 1800 22 6022
Lord Krishna Bank - 1800 11 2300
Punjab National Bank - 1800 122 222
State Bank of India - 1800 44 1955
Syndicate Bank - 1800 44 6655


Automobiles

Mahindra Scorpio - 1800 22 6006
Maruti - 1800 111 515
Tata Motors - 1800 22 5552
Windshield Experts - 1800 11 3636



Computers/IT

Adrenalin - 1800 444 445
AMD - 1800 425 6664
Apple Computers - 1800 444 683
Canon - 1800 333 366
Cisco Systems - 1800 221 777
Compaq - HP - 1800 444 999
Data One Broadband - 1800 424 1800
Dell - 1800 444 026
Epson - 1800 44 0011
eSys - 3970 0011
Genesis Tally Academy - 1800 444 888
HCL - 1800 180 8080
IBM - 1800 443 333
Lexmark - 1800 22 4477
Marshal's Point - 1800 33 4488
Microsoft - 1800 111 100
Microsoft Virus Update - 1901 333 334
Seagate - 1800 180 1104
Symantec - 1800 44 5533
TVS Electronics - 1800 444 566
WeP Peripherals - 1800 44 6446
Wipro - 1800 333 312
xerox - 1800 180 1225
Zenith - 1800 222 004



Indian Railway General Enquiry 131
Indian Railway Central Enquiry 131
Indian Railway Reservation 131
Indian Railway Railway Reservation Enquiry 1345,1335,1330
Indian Railway Centralised Railway Enquiry 1330/1/2/3/4/ 5/6/7/8/9
Couriers/Packers & Movers
ABT Courier - 1800 44 8585
AFL Wizz - 1800 22 9696
Agarwal Packers & Movers - 1800 11 4321
Associated Packers P Ltd - 1800 21 4560
DHL - 1800 111 345
FedEx - 1800 22 6161
Goel Packers & Movers - 1800 11 3456
UPS - 1800 22 7171

Home Appliances

Aiwa/Sony - 1800 11 1188
Anchor Switches - 1800 22 7979
Blue Star - 1800 22 2200
Bose Audio - 1800 11 2673
Bru Coffee Vending Machines - 1800 44 7171
Daikin Air Conditioners - 1800 444 222
DishTV - 1800 12 3474
Faber Chimneys - 1800 21 4595
Godrej - 1800 22 5511
Grundfos Pumps - 1800 33 4555
LG - 1901 180 9999
Philips - 1800 22 4422
Samsung - 1800 113 444
Sanyo - 1800 11 0101
Voltas - 1800 33 4546
WorldSpace Satellite Radio - 1800 44 5432

Investments/ Finance

CAMS - 1800 44 2267
Chola Mutual Fund - 1800 22 2300
Easy IPO's - 3030 5757
Fidelity Investments - 1800 180 8000
Franklin Templeton Fund - 1800 425 4255
J M Morgan Stanley - 1800 22 0004
Kotak Mutual Fund - 1800 222 626
LIC Housing Finance - 1800 44 0005
SBI Mutual Fund - 1800 22 3040
Sharekhan - 1800 22 7500
Tata Mutual Fund - 1800 22 0101

Travel


Club Mahindra Holidays - 1800 33 4539
Cox & Kings - 1800 22 1235
God TV Tours - 1800 442 777
Kerala Tourism - 1800 444 747
Kumarakom Lake Resort - 1800 44 5030
Raj Travels & Tours - 1800 22 9900
Sita Tours - 1800 111 911
SOTC Tours - 1800 22 3344


Healthcare
Best on Health - 1800 11 8899
Dr Batras - 1800 11 6767
GlaxoSmithKline - 1800 22 8797
Johnson & Johnson - 1800 22 8111
Kaya Skin Clinic - 1800 22 5292
LifeCell - 1800 44 5323
Manmar Technologies - 1800 33 4420
Pfizer - 1800 442 442
Roche Accu-Chek - 1800 11 45 46
Rudraksha - 1800 21 4708
Varilux Lenses - 1800 44 8383
VLCC - 1800 33 1262


Insurance

AMP Sanmar - 1800 44 2200
Aviva - 1800 33 2244
Bajaj Allianz - 1800 22 5858
Chola MS General Insurance - 1800 44 5544
HDFC Standard Life - 1800 227 227
LIC - 1800 33 4433
Max New York Life - 1800 33 5577
Royal Sundaram - 1800 33 8899
SBI Life Insurance - 1800 22 9090

Hotel Reservations

GRT Grand - 1800 44 5500
InterContinental Hotels Group - 1800 111 000
Marriott - 1800 22 0044
Sarovar Park Plaza - 1800 111 222
Taj Holidays - 1800 111 825

Teleshoppin

Asian Sky Shop - 1800 22 1800
Jaipan Teleshoppe - 1800 11 5225
Tele Brands - 1800 11 8000
VMI Teleshopping - 1800 447 777
WWS Teleshopping - 1800 220 777

Others

Domino's Pizza - 1800 111 123

Cell Phones

BenQ - 1800 22 08 08
Bird CellPhones - 1800 11 7700
Motorola MotoAssist - 1800 11 1211
Nokia - 3030 3838
Sony Ericsson - 3901 1111

Wednesday, May 21, 2008

Tuesday, May 20, 2008

Thursday, May 1, 2008

Wednesday, April 30, 2008

TechnoSavy .. No age limits

This really proves that there is no age limit for being techno savvy. Generally elder people dont tend to use technology however the flip side is they are the ones who can use it to max and make it as best friend , spend time all day.

Dont judge too quickly

Tuesday, April 29, 2008

SketchCasting

the beast way to write about this ... use sketchcasting
http://sketch.basement.org/

Saturday, April 26, 2008

Friday, April 25, 2008

Monday, April 21, 2008

Friday, April 18, 2008

Thursday, April 17, 2008

ultimate MMS kand

!! STRICTLY FOR ADULTS !!

Treadmill as never before

ever wondered how a tread mill can be used as a dance prop ?
heres how



just wondering how many people were harmed in making of this video ?

Bollywood Hollywood ISHTYLE

what ever may be behind the humour but it is truly out of box

Funny animals

Have seen a lot of funny animal videos but the first few minute of this are the best
wat say ??

Matrix Mistakes

Friday, March 14, 2008

ReCycle VS ReUse

A thought ful question ... whats better is it Recycling of material or is it Reusing of material ?



I would say Reusage as it saves environment ... one need not invest in making factories and pollute the environment !!

Totally Creative Advertisement

This is excellent ... the AD keeps you till the end whats the AD is about ...

http://www.petkapaap.com/?site=1801&clkid=

thats the best way to keep users glued on to your seats the second best being making it funny ...
thats what i think .. !!

Tuesday, March 4, 2008

Wednesday, February 27, 2008

Out of Box RaCe

Bet u would have never ever seen such a race !!

Tuesday, February 26, 2008

Wednesday, February 20, 2008

Thursday, January 10, 2008

Wednesday, January 9, 2008

Safer India

www.saferindia.com

This is a site of an NGO started by Ms Kiran Bedi you can go to this site an log your complaint regarding any crime if the police at your place is not accepting your complaint. Then this NGO will mail your complaint to the DGP of your area. You can also use this mail as the legal document in case of filing a case in the court of judgment.

This is to be noted that this site is directly administered by Ms Kiran Bedi so all your mails directly goes to her.

Thursday, January 3, 2008

Wednesday, January 2, 2008

Happy New Year

What could be better way of starting new year than ... wishing "happy new year" out of box way ...