Saturday, December 27, 2008

First Look: 'Billu Barber'

Billu Barber' explores the friendship between a village barber (Irrfan Khan) and a superstar (Shah Rukh Khan)
The movie is being made under SRK's Red Chillies Entertainment banner.
The movie stars Shah Rukh Khan, Irrfan Khan, Lara Dutta, Asrani, Om Puri and Rajpal Yadav.
The movie will release on February 13, 2009.
The movie has cameos by Kareena Kapoor, Priyanka Chopra and Deepika Padukone

Thursday, December 25, 2008

Ghajini Review-(3.5\5)

Movie Review: GhajiniReview: Ghajini; Star Cast: Aamir Khan, introducing Asin, Jiah Ali Khan and Pradeep Rawat; Director: A.R. Murugadoss; 

Sanjay Singhania (Aamir) after being hit on head suffers from a short term memory loss. He cannot recollect anything beyond 15 minutes. He has various phone numbers and names tattooed on his body all hinting at one thing, seek revenge for the murder of his girlfriend, Kalpana (Asin). The only clue he has is the name that he remembers his dying girlfriend uttered in his ears - Ghajini. What obstacles Sanjay encounters in his hunt for Ghajini forms the rest of the film.

The film is a perfect masala film, a revenge thriller, a genre which was very popular in the 80s. But what sets the film apart from a typical pot boiler is the way the screenplay has been structured, oscillating between flashbacks and present time. There is also a good balance of romance, suspense, action and comedy. Plus the biggest asset – Aamir Khan! The story has two major flashbacks, but unlike many films where flashbacks do nothing for the film itself, this one actually aids in building the character and adding intensity to them. Having seen Sanjay’s past life, you see reason for his current actions. The film at no point justifies the actions but it does give you reason to go with the flow.

Murugados’s direction is terrific and the master story teller that he is, he just doesn’t give the audience a moment to think even in 180 minutes running time film. Technically it definitely stands amongst the best films of 2008. Superb editing (Anthony), excellent camerawork (Ravi K Chandran) and amazing sound design (Resul) take the film to an altogether different level. The action by Peter Hains and Stunt Shiva keeps you on the edge of your seat. But some action sequences have turned out a bit too gory and not meant for the faint hearted. But with Aamir giving his everything all out in them they end up being a treat to watch. A.R. Rahman’s melodies are a treat to watch onscreen having been excellently picturised. Also, none of the songs hamper the proceedings.

Amongst the sequences that stand out are Aamir’s first encounter with Asin, Aamir visiting Asin’s boss’s party, Aamir’s outburst in the hospital, Asin’s murder sequence and of course the action packed climax where Aamir for a moment forgets what he is fighting for when he comes face to face with the villain!

In an author backed role, Aamir has outperformed himself, making us fall short of words in his praise. He is not only utterly convincing as a killing machine but he is extremely loveable in the romantic comedy sequences with Asin. South starlet Asin in her Bollywood debut leaves a lasting impression. Jiah though fits the part somehow pales in comparison to Asin. Her accented Hindi irritates. Pradeep Rawat brings back to Bollywood, the true villain that was missing since long time. He is menacingly good.

Ghajini does live up to the hype it has generated and is a must watch for Aamir Khan fans and also for debutante Asin and the latest addition to talented filmmakers of Bollywood, director A.R. Murugadoss.

Wednesday, December 24, 2008

Gajini Stays out

MUMBAI: In more uncertainty for Aamir Khan-starrer Ghajini, the Madras high court on Tuesday stalled the much-anticipated release across India, 
passing an order restraining the producer of the film from allowing it to hit the screens on Christmas. 

The order was passed by Justice P R Shivkumar on an application by A Chandrasekaran of Sri Saravana Creations, the producers of the Tamil version of the movie. 

"The order restrains the producers from releasing the movie in any other language, including Hindi,'' said advocate G Ananthrangam, counsel for the Tamil producer. The application names Geetha Arts of Allu Arvind, producers of the Hindi version as one of the parties. 

Arvind confirmed with TOI that there was a stay on the release of the film. "We are exploring all legal options against the order to facilitate the release of the film on time,'' said Arvind, adding that an appeal had already been filed challenging the Madras HC order. 

Arvind said the appeal was scheduled to be heard by a vacation bench of the high court on Wednesday. 

Sources said the producers might find it difficult to stop the release of the movie. "Overseas prints of the movie were despatched on Monday and even the domestic prints have reached the exhibitors. It will be difficult for the producers to stop the screening of the film in keeping with the orders,'' said a source. 

Chandrasekaran has a long-standing dispute with A R Murugadoss, the writer and director of Ghajini. Following a criminal complaint (pertaining to forgery) in Salem, Murugadoss was even arrested by the Tamil Nadu police. 

"Our client has the copyright in Tamil and has not given the rights to anyone else, except for a Telugu remake,'' said the lawyer. The producers had alleged that Murugadoss forged the documents to give away the remake rights in other languages. 

While the appeal was scheduled to be heard on Wednesday, the makers of the Hindi version would also have to wage a legal battle in the Bombay high court. 

As TOI had reported in its December 23, 2008, edition, a suit had been filed by KBC Pictures alleging copyright 

infringement. KBC claimed to have the remake rights in Hindi and had sought a stay on the release of the movie. The case was scheduled to come up before the vacation bench of Justice D G Karnik. 

Trade analysts said advance booking began on Sunday and the response was "extra-ordinary''. An exhibitor said it was equivalent to that of Dhoom 2. 

Ranjan Singh, vice-president (marketing) of PVR Pictures, which was distributing the film in two territories, said, "All paid previews have been sold out and there is a demand for more shows. The advance booking for Thursday is extra-ordinary."

Saturday, December 20, 2008

Dhoni and his debut in Bollywood

Being a stylish icon on cricket field, Indian Captain M.S. Dhoni is cheerfully gearing up to sway in Bollywood. Yup! Some of his closest sources have revealed he would be a part in David Dhawan's 'Hook Ya Crook'. The film produced by UTV Motion Pictures is slated to start rolling from second week of Jan, 2009. With John Abraham in lead role, Siddarth who shot to fame with Rang De Basanti in 2006 has been roped in for other lead. 

Perhaps, none of the sources from UTV has let its tongue regarding Dhoni's role in this film. As of now, discussions are going between Dhoni and Producers and things would be finalized soon. Sumptuously making high waves in small screens, Mahi is all set making directorial debut with 'Hook Ya Crook'. Rensil D'Silva who won laurels for his stunning script of Rang De Basanthi is back crafting a colossal tale. Buzzes are that it would Genelia D'Souza donning female lead while rest of the casts is yet to be finalized.

Monday, December 15, 2008

India won the match


  The environment at Chepauk on the 5th day was wonderful.Our stand was Jam packed.Compared to yesterday, there was a good turn-out today for the match.The chennai crowd was fully satisfied by the performance of our Indian team for the last 2 days.Eventhough England was the Dominant side before yesterday, Shewag turned the match,His quick Knock of 83 was Fantastic.The Runs came very quickly on the last session of 4th day.This created full Confidence in our team.By the start of 5th day, we can see the stress on England.

Sachin Tendulkar and Yuvraj Singh stitched together an unbroken 188-run stand for four wicket to put India on the threshold of a memorable win against England on the fifth and final day of the first cricket Test at Chennai on Monday.

Tendulkar hit a boundary to not only notch up his 41st Test century but also bring about the winning runs, triggering off wild scenes of celebrations in the galleries.
The seizable crowd at the Chepauk had plenty to cheer about as the Indians went about chasing down the fourth
highest target in the fourth innings in Test history.
While West Indies have the record of the highest run chase of 418/7 against Australia at St. Johns in 2003, India
is second in the list for successfully chasing 406 against the West Indies at Port of Spain in 1976.
The only other team to have scored more than 400 runs in the fourth innings is Australia who scored 404/3 against England at Leeds in 1948.
It was the highest ever fourth innings target achieved at any venue in the country, 276 by the West Indies at Delhi in 1987-88 was the previous best.
India's best effort in winning a test match at home when batting last was 256-8 against Australia at Mumbai in the 1964-65 series, but it did make 347 to tie the 1986 Test against Australia in Chennai.
The two teams will now travel to Mohali for the second Test beginning on December 19. Resuming at the overnight score of 131 for one, India suffered an early setback when Rahul Dravid (4) got out cheaply yet again. Dravid was out edging Andrew Flintoff to wicketkeeper Matt Prior in third over of the day.
But Gambhir and Tendulkar took upon the challenge and at one stage maintained a run rate of around five runs per over, attacking the England bowlers. The duo added 42 runs for the third wicket.
Gambhir and Tendulkar never looked under any pressure and took singles and twos without much problem, besides sending the odd bad balls to the ropes.
Tendulkar, in particular, was enjoying his batting as he punished the bowlers whenever they gave width to him for playing shots.
Tendulkar survived a half chance soon after India crossed the 150 mark. With Graeme Swann hitting the right areas, the little master stretched to defend but the ball took a sharp turn and hit the outer edge of the bat to fall inches in front of Ian Bell at silly point. Tendulkar was on ten then.
Gambhir was shaping well as he added 24 runs with Dravid and 42 with Tendulkar but one lapse of concentration saw him back in the pavillion.
After bowling two short-pitched deliveries in previous over, James Anderson kept up the pressure on Gambhir attacking on the off side corridor, and the Indian opener paid the price for a lapse in concentration.
Gambhir moved across and his half hearted steer end up to Paul Collingwood who moved to his left at slips and took a good catch at gully.
Though there was a slight drop in run flow at the fall of Gambhir, Laxman adapted to the conditions quickly and was in no mood to take any risk against Monty Panesar, who maintained a tight length. 
England captain Kevin Pietersen withdrew his bowlers whenever they gave away runs denying the Indians to settle down. But Laxman, in particular, was focused and used his feet for well-timed drives.
With both Tendulkar and Yuvraj holding the aces against the English bowlers, India were in sight of a historic win. Tendulkar who struck his 52nd fifty and crossed 1000-run mark this year, played the anchor role using his experience to gather runs mostly through singles and twos.
England heaved a sigh of relief when Graeme Swann scalped Laxman (42 balls, 4X4) who was out to a bat pad catch by Ian Bell.
Yuvraj, after reading the pitch for a while, continued with India's plan of counter-attack and Tendulkar played a good foil keeping one end intact.
For a while, Monty Panesar and Swann kept up the pressure and momentarily arrested the flow of runs. But once Tendulkar and Yuvraj brought about their 50 stand with Yuvraj sweeping Panesar to the fence, the duo started to cut loose

Sunday, December 14, 2008

4th DAY Test Match at M.A.C

Virender Sehwag smashed a quickfire 83 off 68 balls as India made a spirited start in their chase of a history-defying target in the first Test against England at Chennai on Sunday. 
The hosts ended the fourth day's play at 131 for one in their second innings after being set 387 to win by England captain Kevin Pietersen, a target never achieved before on Indian soil. England declared their second innings at 311-9 soon after tea, the total revolving around Andrew Strauss' second century in the match and 108 from Paul Collingwood. 
The aggressive Sehwag plundered 11 boundaries and four sixes in a whirlwind opening stand of 117 with Gautam Gambhir, whose own contribution in the partnership was 29. 
England broke through six overs before close when Sehwag was given leg-before by umpire Daryl Harper while trying to sweep off-spinner Graeme Swann. Gambhir was unbeaten at stumps on 41 and Rahul Dravid was on two, with India needing a further 256 runs from 90 overs on the final day to take the lead in the two-Test series. 
The highest fourth innings total to win a match on Indian soil is 276-5 by the West Indies at New Delhi's Ferozeshah Kotla ground during the 1987-88 season.

This is the first in my lifetime, i have seen such a less crowd for a match at chennai stadium.Everytime atleast 80-90% of the stands would be full.But this time, i don't know for what reason we have experienced less spectators. May be due to security reasons.let's hope India will win this match or not atleast draw it.

Friday, December 5, 2008

Harry Potter 6th Film Postponed for Next Year

                                         Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince was originally planned to be released on 21st November 2008, but they have postponed it to next year mid of July.If it would have been release, this would be surely the Box office hit of the year.
                                 They might have thought quantum of solace would conflict with their sucess, but i think this bond movie was not up to the mark..Am eagarly waiting for next HP movie..Until then lets sit tight....If you want to watch the Trailor just click here

Sunday, November 30, 2008

Remake Kings Of Kollywood


Kaadhalukku Mariyadhai - Niram (Malayalam)
Friends - Friends (Malayalam)
Pokkiri - Pokiri (Telugu)
Aathi - Athanokkade (Telugu)
Ninaithen Vandhai - (telugu)
Ghilli - Okkadu (Telugu)


Aegan - Main Hoon Na (Hindi)
Billa - Billa & Don (Hindi)
Kreedam - Kireedam (Malayalam)

வெகுஜன மக்களின் பார்வைக்கு எட்டாத ஈரான், கொரியா, பிரேசில், சீனா உள்ளிட்ட நாடுகளின் திரைப்படங்களை திருடும் போக்கு தமிழில் அதிகரித்துவருகிறது. இதுவரை வெளிநாட்டுப் திரைப்படங்களை உல்ட்டா செய்து வெளிவந்த, வெளிவரவிருக்கும் தமிழ் திரைப்படங்களின் பட்டியல்...

அதே கண்கள் - ரோஷோமான்
நாயகன் - காட் பாதர்
ரோஜா - ஹெல்ட் ஹாஷ்பேஜ்
ஆயுத எழுத்து - அமரோஸ் பெரோ
கண்டுகொண்டேன் - சென்ஸ் அண்ட் சென்சிபிலிடி
போக்கிரி - டோனி ப்ராஸ்கோ
குஷி - வென் ஹேரி மெட் சாலி
ஜேஜே - செரண்டிபிட்டி
காதலர் தினம் - யூ ஹேவ் காட் மெயில்
நம்மவர் - டூ சார் வித் லவ்
காக்க காக்க - த அன்டச்சபிள்
வெயில், ஆட்டோகிராப் - சினிமா பாரடைசோ
மே மாதம் - ரோமன் ஹாலிடே
குணா - டை மீ அப் டை மீ டவ்ன்
சதிலீலாவதி - ஷீ டெவில்
புதுப்பேட்டை - சிட்டி ஆப் காட்
கஜினி - மெமண்டோ
துரை - கிளாடியேட்டர்
அந்நியன் - செவென்
பட்டியல் - பாங்காக் டேஞ்சரஸ்
வேட்டையாடு,விளையாடு - மர்டர் ஆப் மெமரிஸ்
அஞ்சாதே - மிஸ்டிக் ரிவர்
தாம் தூம் - ரெட் கார்னர்
சரோஜா - ஜட்ஜ்மென்ட் நைட்
வேகம்,நாயகன்(2008) - செல்லுலர்
அலிபாபா - த்ரீ அயர்ன்
அவ்வை சண்முகி - மிஸ்ட்ரஸ் டவ்ட் பயர்
பச்சைக்கிளி முத்துச்சரம் - டிரைல்டு
பொல்லாதவன் - பீஜிங்க் பை சைக்கிள்
நந்தலாலா - கிகிஜிரோ
யோகி - சோட்சி
வாரணம் ஆயிரம் - கிளாசிக்

என்ன நண்பர்களே மூச்சு திணறுகிறதா? இது எனக்கு தெரிந்த பட்டியல் மட்டுமே. இது இன்னும் நீ...........ளமானது

Tuesday, November 25, 2008

Everyone laugh

Hey everyone, I read this joke and just had to share!!

A lady about 8 months pregnant got on a bus. She noticed the man 
opposite her was smiling at her. 
She immediately moved to another seat. 
This time the smile turned into a grin, so she moved again. 
The man seemed more amused. 
When on the fourth move, the man burst out laughing, she complained to 
the driver and he had the man arrested. 

The case came up in court. 
The judge asked the man (about 20 years old) what he had to say for himself. 
The man replied, "Well your Honor, it was like this: 
When the lady got on the bus, I couldn't help but notice her condition. 
She sat down under a sign that said, 'The Double Mint Twins are Comin' 
and I grinned." 
"Then she moved and sat under a sign that said, 'Logan's Liniment will 
reduce the swelling', and I had to smile. 
"Then she placed herself under a deodorant sign that said, "William's 
Big Stick Did the Trick", and I could hardly contain myself." 

"BUT, your Honor, when She moved the fourth time and sat under a sign 
that said, 
'Goodyear Rubber could have prevented this Accident'... I just lost it." 


Friday, November 21, 2008

Google Gets Personal With SearchWiki

Google has added SearchWiki to their Web Search to give users more control over their search experience. 

SearchWiki lets users customize search by re-ranking, deleting, adding, and commenting on search results. With just a single click users can move the results they like to the top or add a new site. They can also write notes attached to a particular site and remove results that they don't feel belong. 

These modifications will be shown to users every time they do the same search in the future. SearchWiki is available to signed-in Google users and the changes are stores in their Google Account.

The changes made only affect the user's own searches but one can see how the community has collectively edited the search results by clicking on the "See all notes for this SearchWiki" link.

For more in click here

Thursday, November 6, 2008

Asteroid to enter earth's atmosphere

An asteroid measuring several feet in diameter is expected to enter the earth's atmosphere over northern Sudan before dawn on Tuesday setting off a display of natural fireworks in the sky.
But it is unlikely any sizable fragments will survive the fiery passage through earth's atmosphere, American space agency NASA said.
"We estimate objects of this size enter earth's atmosphere once every few months," said Don Yeomans of the Near-Earth Object Office at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena.
"The unique aspect of this event is that it is the first time we have observed an impacting object during its final approach." The space rock, designated as 2008 TC3, will travel on an eastward trajectory that will carry it towards the Red Sea.
"Observers in the region could be in for quite a show," Yeomans said. "When the object enters the atmosphere, it could become an extremely bright fireball." The small space rock first was observed by the Mount Lemon telescope of the NASA-funded Catalina Sky Survey early yesterday.
NASA detects and tracks asteroids and comets passing close to earth. The Near-Earth Object Observation Programme, commonly called "Spaceguard," plots the orbits of these objects to determine if any could be potentially hazardous to our planet. 

Sunday, November 2, 2008

Double Broadband usage- Double Joy

Double Broadband usage- Double Joy


To capture the festive spirit of Deepavali and spread cheer & bring smiles on the faces of our customers, BSNL Chennai Telephones is happy to announce double broadband usage offer to broadband users. Under this offer, customers who have been using broadband continuously for the last six months as on 01-11-2008 can avail double their usage of free download in the month of November 2008 i.e twice of what is available in the plan normally.  The double usage benefit will be available to customers who remain active throughout November 2008 and all plan change requests that are received in the month of November 2008 will be made effective only from 01-12-2008.           

For more info click here


 Our Indian Skipper Anil Kumble(nick name JUMBO) retires from test cricket today. It will be a memorable day in his life. He took 10 wickets against Pakistan in this ground. It is one of his favourite grounds. 
     Kumble, 38, retires with 619 Test wickets at 29.64, the most by an Indian and the third most of all time behind Muttiah Muralitharan (756) and Shane Warne (708). 

His decision was made after a humbling few months in which he led India to a heavy Test series defeat in Sri Lanka and then struggled to make an impact as a bowler against the Australians, despite his team's success in taking a 1-0 lead into the final match of the series in Nagpur. 

After missing India's 320-run victory in the second Test in Mohali due to a shoulder injury, Kumble returned to action in his haven of the Feroz Shah Kotla ground, but was unable to take a wicket until he grabbed three in the latter stages of the Australian innings - his only victims of the series. 

Kumble has also been affected by a variety of knocks and cuts to his left hand, which in this match required 11 stitches for a deep wound to his little finger. 

Yesterday Kumble took the field with his left hand encased in bandages and was in obvious pain whenever he needed to use the hand. 

  He was given a fantastic welcome by his Team mates accompanied by standing ovation from the ground in the last session. He bowled his last ball to Mathew hayden. It was a full toss ball, it was hit four by hayden.
   It will be really a hard moment for him. They drawed the match when aussies were 31 for no loss. Every one bid farewell to jumbo. It was Zaheer khan and Dravid who lifeted Kumble first then followed by Dhoni. He lifted Kumble on his shoulders. This showed how affectionate he was with his team mates.
  I think they will have a rocking farewell party tonite. I wonder how it will be in Nagpur, when our Former captain Saurav Gangully(DADA) plays his last Test match. Lets see if Dada removes his T-shirt and revolves it.........

Friday, October 31, 2008

Acer Launches 18.5-inch LCD

Acer has announced the launch of its 18.5" LCD monitor, X 193HQ, for the Indian market. 

The X 193HQ features a slim profile with an adaptable black color scheme and rear-cable management. The control buttons are located below the panel to enable easy cleaning and intuitive use.

Available at Rs. 8,500, X 193HQ complies with Windows Vista operatingsystems. The wide viewing angle of the monitor maintains color consistency and image clarity.

The Acer Empowering Key allows full access to the Acer eColor Management onscreen interface and enables varied advanced controls for ultimate image quality. Bundled with the unique Adaptive Contrast Management (ACM) tool, this monitor automatically detects image signals and intelligently controls the backlight brightness to make the black 'blacker' in a dark scene, and make the white 'whiter' in a bright environment.

"Acer has always been at the forefront in supporting the latesttechnologies that enhance customer experience", said S. Rajendran, Chief Marketing Officer, Acer India. "Setting a new standard for quality and value, Acer X Series monitors are an attractive and functional addition to any home. With the X 193HQ, we have once again pushed the boundaries of digital lifestyle with advanced product features and eye-catching style."

Acer X 193HQ LCD monitor is currently available in the major cities across India.

For more info click here

Monday, October 27, 2008

AI plane from Chennai to connect NY flight

Air India will be introducing a daily hub and spoke flight from Chennai to Mumbai from Sunday to connect the non-stop flight (AI 141) to New York.

AI 643 will depart Chennai at 8.40 pm from the international terminal, arrive in Mumbai at 10.25 pm and connect the non-stop flight AI 141 to New York  leaving Mumbai at 1.10 am on the next day.


The flight will arrive in New York at 7 am (local time). With this hub and spoke flight from Chennai to connect NY flight, Air India would be offering through check-in for the passengers with immigration and customs clearance in Chennai.

AI 643 / 141 would offer the fastest service from Chennai to New York with the convenient arrival time of 7 am (local time) which would enable passengers to connect various destinations within the US.
This hub and spoke flight service to New York by Air India from Chennai would enable passengers to save nearly 2-3 hours compared to other direct carriers operating out of Chennai.

AI 141 is being operated with the state-of-art B777-200 LR with eight first class, 35 executive class and 195 economy class seats. Air India also offers a new concept of service on board — Conveno for the first class passengers which offers meals to be served at the convenience and preferred time of the passengers.

For more information click here

Saturday, October 25, 2008

Finance crisis inflicts more pain

The global financial crisis inflicted more pain on a wide range of corporate sectors, prompting heavy losses in stock markets, while the IMF readied  rescue of some 200 billion dollars for debt-laden countries.


Amid grim financial news from around the world, stocks saw another tumultuous day yesterday, starting with a horrific 9.6 per cent slump in Tokyo shares that spilled over to Europe, where London's FTSE plunged 5.0 per cent. 

The best word to describe what's going on right now is panic, said Credit Suisse strategist Satoru Ogasawara. Wall Street followed other exchanges downwards as a wave of panic selling and a meltdown in share prices swept around the world.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average slumped 312.30 points (3.59 per cent) to close at 8,378.95, in a volatile session that saw the blue-chip index down as much as 500 points. 

The market action capped a week with a drop of more than five per cent for the US blue-chip index. Iceland's government said it had asked for two billion dollars (1.58 billion euros) of support from the International Monetary Fund, the first Western country to do so since 1976, to help emerge from a collapse of its banking sector.

The IMF said it had tentatively agreed to the loan and announced it had set aside more cash to rescue stricken nations.
The IMF has more than 200 billion dollars of loanable funds and can draw on additional resources through two standing borrowing arrangements with groups of IMF member countries,' the institution said on its website.

French auto giants PSA Peugeot-Citroen and Renault ordered huge production cuts, while Japan's electronics giant Sony Corp. and Europe's biggest airline Air France-KLM issued profits warnings.

In Britain, official figures confirmed the country was about to enter a recession while Turkey's central bank took action to strengthen bank liquidity and prop up its slumping currency.
Chrysler LLC, the number three US automaker, said it would cut up to 5,000 white-collar jobs by the end of the year as prospects in the sector grow dimmer.

ArcelorMittal, the world's biggest steel producer, shut smelting furnaces on a temporary basis in France, Germany and Belgium, according to union chiefs who met with management. 

New figures showed industrial confidence in both France and Italy had fallen to the lowest level since 1993. There was also bleak data on the jobs front with Spain's unemployment rate jumping to 11.33 per cent -- the highest level in more than four years.
The combined impact sent shares tumbling in Asia, Europe and the Americas. Japan's Nikkei index plunged 9.60 per cent, ending below the key 8,000-point level for the first time in more than five years, and Hong Kong fell 8.3 per cent.

European shares had lost up to 10 per cent by midday trade before mounting a late rally. French shares still fell 3.54 per cent to finish at five-year lows, while Frankfurt's DAX 30 lost 4.96 per cent.
Latin America's largest economy Brazil saw its Sao Paulo bourse plunge 6.9 per cent on Friday. Mexico's stock exchange closed down 4.61 per cent, while Argentina's main market in Buenos Aires sank 7.61 per cent to cap a miserable stocks week in the region.
Technology giant Sony, a bellwether of corporate Japan, saw its shares plunge more than 11 per cent after forecasting net profit of 150 billion yen (1.55 billion dollars) for the year to March, down 59 per cent on last year.  


Baxi wins the 'Asian of the Year Award' 2008

                                                                           NRI entrepreneur Ranjit Singh Baxi, founder of a recycling firm that has emerged as one of the top companies in Europe, has won the  restigious 'Asian of the Year Award'.

Baxi, Chairman of J and H Sales (International) Ltd, the company he founded, received the award at a glittering ceremony organised by 'Asian Who's Who International', a publication about leading Asians in the UK, at the Dorchester Hotel here last night.
Matthew Amroliwala and Riz Lateef, the BBC News presentation team, handed over the award to 56-year-old Baxi, who is also President of the European Division of the World Punjabi Organisation.
Lord Swraj Paul, NRI industrialist and winner of the first Asian of the Year Award in 1987-88 who was the Chief Guest at the event, lauded the achievements of the Asian community because of their family values and hard work.

According to the citation, Baxi's company has grown to become one of Europe's leading fibre recycling exporters, operating across the USA, Europe and the Far East. In 2001, the company received the Queen's Award for Enterprise (International Trade).
Baxi was recently appointed President of the Paper Division of the Bureau of International Recycling in Bruxelles, a trade federation representing the recycling industry in over 70 countries.
Teji Singh, founder of international communications agency Sterling Media, bagged the Asian Leadership in Harmony Award while Kamel Hothi, Asian Marketing Director -  Corporate Markets, Lloyds TSB Group, received the Asian Leadership in Diversity Award. 

Teji Singh was recently presented with the Special Award for Services to Media and Promoting Culture in Britain by Tony McNulty, Minister for Security and Counter-Terrorism who lauded her contribution to the promotion of Asian culture in Britain.
Kamel Hothi is the architect behind the Asian Strategy across Corporate markets, including sponsorship of the Lloyds TSB Awards. With 29 years of experience gained across various businesses, her knowledge and experience in the Asian sector has helped Lloyds TSB understand these communities and develop products and services to meet their needs.
Kolkata-Born Gautam Lewis, a polio victim, accounted for the Asian Leadership in Charity award while Channi Singh, who founded the hottest and most successful Bhangra band in UK, was chosen for the Asian Leadership in Music and culture award.
George Jatania, founder of Lornamead Group in 1978 which now owns over 40 brands selling across 82 countries, received the Asian Leadership in Europe Award. 

Jatania's family-owned group is focussed on developing a strategy of acquiring heritage brands such as Harmonay Hairspray, Yardly and Vosene. 

At the event, Lord Paul, referring to the current global conomic meltdown, said things are going to be fairly tough. 'The hole banking system has failed. Earlier industries used to fall sick and banks used to finance them. But now the doctor has fallen sick.'

In this country, we are lucky to have a Prime Minister (Gordon Brown) who knows more about finances than anyone in the world. He has really taken decisive steps to save the situation not only in the UK but in the USA and Europe.

Lord Paul hoped that under the leadership of Brown, Britain would emerge stronger. This country has a very bright future, he stated.
Jasbir Singh Sachar, Managing Editor of Asian Who's Who International, said he was pleased to see most of those who were in the First Edition of the publication in 1975, were present at the function and were doing extremely well now.

The main purpose of the publication was to identify and recognise Asian community leaders for their success and achievements.
It was not an easy task for me but I had a vision to fulfil. Fortunately, many statutory bodies and community members came forward to help, and with the active cooperation and support of my late wife Kanwaljit Sachar and the late A F A Sayeed, the birth of the First Edition of the publication took place in 1975, Sachar said.
Prominent among those present at the ceremony included Lord Navnit Dholakia, G S Gujral, Kartar Lalvani, Lord Hameed and Raj Loomba, all winners of the Asians of the Year in the past.
Substantial amounts were also raised for two charities - The Loomba Trust for educating children of widows in India and A P S Chawla's Rocko Cancer, which sponsors mobile medical clinics for detecting  breast cancer among women in India. 

Lord Paul said he would make his own contribution to match the amount raised for the Rocko Cancer. The amount was not disclosed. 


Sunday, October 19, 2008

Countdown for Chandrayaan-1 begins

ndian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) is all set to launch Chandrayaan-1, the country's first unmanned moon mission, with the beginning of 49-hour countdown early Monday.

'The countdown for the launch of Chandrayaan-1, which began this morning at 5.22 am is progressing smoothly, SDSC Associate Director Dr M Y S Prasad told PTI.
The unmanned spacecraft using India's tried and tested rocket Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV), would be launched from Satish Dhawan Space Center (SDSC) in Sriharikota, about 80 km from Chennai on Wednesday at 6.20 am.

All operations were progressing satisfactorily for the launch of the spacecraft. 'The 49-hour countdown has number of activities including the major propellant filling of PS-2 and PS-4,' he said.

Earlier the countdown was set to 52 hours. Since all the formal activities for the launch was finished three hours earlier from the original schedule, the countdown time was set at exactly 5.22 am Monday, Prasad said.

'About 43 tonnes of propellant would be filled during the countdown period. Pressurisation of actuators (mechanisms) will also be done at the same time,' he added.

Prasad said it would take about 32 hours for both filling of propellants and pressurisation. Other things, including couple of launch testing will also be done during the period.

He said after the rehearsals, SDSC officials had ensured that everything was in place before the countdown. 'All the preparatory works, including the checking of 11 payloads, were done successfully before the countdown,' he said.

Tuesday, October 14, 2008

Obama unveils new economic plan

Democrat Barack Obama rolled out a new plan on Tuesday to get the stricken US economy back on its feet as he vied to drive home his growing poll advantage over Republican White House rival John McCain.
Obama said his proposals, including tax credits for new job creation and a moratorium on home foreclosures, were urgently needed to address the crisis seeping beyond Wall Street into the rest of the world's largest economy.

'We need to pass an economic rescue plan for the middle-class and we need to do it now,' the Illinois senator said in remarks prepared for delivery at a rally, three weeks out from election day on November 4.
'We can't wait to help workers and families and communities who are struggling right now -- who don't know if their job or their retirement will be there tomorrow; who don't know if next week's paycheck will cover this month's bills,' he said.
The financial crisis has helped push Obama to a 10-point lead over McCain in the latest Washington Post-ABC News poll, with a barrage of negative character attacks from the Republican failing to stop the Democrat's march. 

Obama was on 53 per cent to 43 per cent for McCain, with 90 per cent of registered voters saying the country is on the wrong track, according to the poll. 

The Democrat's campaign said his latest proposals combined with previously announced policy measures would cost USD 175 billion over two years. 

But economic adviser Jason Furman said the plan was fully costed, paid for in part by higher taxes on top earners, and said our biggest priority is to avoid a painful recession.

Monday, October 13, 2008

Jayasuriya and Mendis lead Sri Lanka to victory

Veteran Sanath Jayasuriya, with his trademark big-hitting, and newboy Ajantha Mendis, delving into his bag of bewildering spin tricks, led Sri Lanka to a five-wicket victory over Pakistan in the Canada Twenty20 final  at Toronto.

Chasing 133 to win, Sri Lanka registered their first win over Pakistan in the new-style, wham-bang format with six balls to spare.
He may be pushing 40 years old but Jayasuriya (40 runs) showed little sign of ageing as he and fellow opener Mahela Udawatte (25) put on 66 in 6.6 overs.
They took advantage off a wayward Pakistan attack with Shoaib Akhtar, Sohail Tanvir and Umar Gul being hit to all parts of the ground in front of 9,000 fans at King City. 

Jayasuriya was particularly harsh on Akhtar, flicking the recalled quick for four in his first over and then pulling him for consecutive sixes over midwicket.

Desperate Pakistan, who had won the group match between the two sides by three wickets on Saturday, turned to spin and Shahid Afridi dismissed Udawatte while Shoaib Malik accounted for Jayasuriya.
But despite losing skipper Mahela Jayawardene for just five, Kaushalya Weeraratne (12) and Chamara Kapugedera (17 not out) saw Sri Lanka home.

Earlier Mendis, 16 years Jayasuriya's junior, took 3-23 for a tournament total of 11 wickets as he put the brakes on the Pakistan middle order.
Opener Salman Butt top scored with 44 before he fell to Mendis who also accounted for Shoaib Malik and Kamran Akmal. Zimbabwe trounced Canada by 109 runs to claim third place on Monday.

Zimbabwe had needed a bowl-out to beat the hosts in the group stage on Saturday but there was no repeat of that drama this time as the African side piled up 184-5, the highest score of the tournament.
Opener Hamilton Masakadza smashed 79 with useful contributions coming from Chamu Chibhabha (40), Elton Chigumbura (25) and Keith Dabengwa (16 not out).

Masakadza had made a brave 53 in his side's seven-wicket loss to Pakistan on Saturday and he was in brutal form again on Monday smashing two giant sixes off Abdool Samad.

Canada were immediately in trouble slipping to 10-3 by the sixth over as captain Ashif Mulla (2), Rizwan Cheema (2) and Sandeep Jyoti (0) all failed. 

Canada just managed to avoid the lowest Twenty20 score of all time - Kenya's 67 against Ireland in August - as they were skittled out for 75 with Zimbabwe's 23-year-old captain Prosper Utseya taking 3 for 26 with his off-breaks. 


Saturday, October 11, 2008

Review-Kadhalil Vizhunthen

With a lesser known star cast, director Prasad has managed to weave a sequence of some interesting and catchy sequences. Though a predictable storyline, the neat performance from the star cast, racy background of Vijay Anthony and brisk cinematography by Vijay Milton keeps us glued to the seats.

Due credit should be given to the lead pair Nakul and Sunaina. It is no easy task to take such a meaty role so early in their career. Both have got under the skin of their character to give their best. After Boys, the young actor has almost waited five years for his next. A worthy weight indeed for he has got to do a movie which one actor rarely comes across in Tamil cinema these days. He fits the role like T. His transformation from an innocent lovelorn youth to an angry young man desperate to save his romance deserves applause.

Sunaina with her girl-next-door look is adequate. It is indeed happy to see a heroine getting so much footage in a contemporary Tamil cinema. She manages to combine glamour with a strong performance. Sampath Raj, who impressed everyone withy films including ‘Chennai 28’ and ‘Saroja’, continues his good run. He plays a police officer on the run for the lover couple. Livingston's cameo needs to mention. The movie has a host of stars, who have played their part well.

Sabha (Nakul), a youth born and brought up in a Chennai slum, meets with an accident due to the negligence of Meera (Sunaina), a girl from a rich family. She ensures that Sabha is nursed back to his normal health. Her caring and amiable way, leaves an impact with Sabha. From hospital, he sets out on a mission to meet Meera and open his heart out.

What starts as a friendship blossoms as love between them. However fate takes a cruel turn when Sabha returns from Ooty after playing a football match to meet his beloved. He is informed that Meera has breathed her last. A shattered Sabha rushes to hospital only to see her body taken to post-mortem. Not believing that she is dead, he urged doctors to help save her. However when everyone insists that she is dead, Sabha slips to his own world imagining that Meera is still alive. He flees from Chennai with Meera's body imagining that she is still alive and both would lead a happy life far from the madding crowd. Anbu Selvan ( Sampath Raj), a police inspector goes on Sabha's search. He runs behind Sabha only to end up in vain in every attempt of his. Meanwhile, Sabha starts to live his own world with the body of Meera. After blood, gore and score of murders, Sabha gives up his life eventually.

Prasad seems to have been inspired by movies like ‘Guna’, ‘By2’, ‘7G Rainbow Colony’ and ‘Kadhal Kondein’. He has managed to draw a link between action and romance in the film, which works out well.

The real scene stealer is however Vijay Anthony. The high octave and peppy number “Nakka Mukka” is the USP of the film. It comes twice ion the film and it is thoroughly entertaining.

Produced by Umapathy in association with Sun Pictures. ‘Kadhalil Vizhunthen’ is a movie that dwells on romance. It is a feel-good movie with strong portrayals.

Monday, October 6, 2008

Sensex climbs 379 pts in early trade

Snapping the downward trend, the Bombay Stock Exchange benchmark Sensex shot up by over 379 points in early trade today on revival of buying by FIIs after SEBI eased curbs on indirect investments by foreign funds and the RBI slashed CRR.

The 30-share index, which had plunged 724.62 points on Monday, recovered by 379.73 points to 12,181.43 points following rebound in the stocks of banking, capital goods, realty and oil and gas sectors.
Similarly, the wide-based National Stock Exchange's index rose by 127.05 at 3,729.40. Market analysts said market regulator SEBI's move to lift some curbs on foreign institutional investors (FIIs) imposed a year ago and a 50 basis points cut in Cash Reserve Ratio by the Reserve Bank of India, buoyed the trading sentiment.

They said in view of change in the market's scenario, speculators were seen covering up their short positions. Major gainers in the morning trade were Reliance Industries, which shot up by Rs 36.10 at Rs 1678, and Reliance Infra that gained Rs 19.50 at Rs 657.50.
Among banking stocks, largest lender, state-run State Bank of India surged Rs 43.05 at Rs 1,477.05, ICICI Bank gained Rs 21.80 at Rs 512.25 and HDFC Bank rose by Rs 30.10 at Rs 1,232.
IT bellwether, Infosys Technologies climbed by Rs 34.30 at Rs 1352.10, Tata Consultancy was up by Rs 17.75 at Rs 637 and Wipro rose by Rs 3.40 at Rs 323.

Tatas likely to drive Nano project to Gujarat

Tatas are understood to have decided to set up the Rs 1-lakh Nano car project in Gujarat, an announcement for which is expected to be made anytime.

 A state government official in the know of the development said Tata Motors have accepted the proposal to set up the project at Sanand near Ahmedabad. 

The official said the state government has offered 1,000 acres, including 80 per cent of its own land to Tatas, who earlier this week closed shop in West Bengal. No comments could be obtained from Tata Motors

Announcement for the project in the state is expected to be made jointly by the Chief Minister Narendra Modi and Tata officials.
Ever since the Tatas faced political resistance in West Bengal for their project at Singur  various state governments, including Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh, have made offers for locating the small-car project in their territory.

Thursday, October 2, 2008

Smoking Banned in Chennai

By Banning Tobacco smoking whom does it favour? Will smokers stop it, anyway they are gonna do it.There may be certain advantages like pollution,passive smoking.The main motto is Health.
    According to a U.N survey, In INDIA after 2010 cause of deaths due to smoking would increase.Also one in three indians smoke.The Government should bring pictorial warnings everywhere instead of letters,until then no one would stop it.Cinema halls must play small movies of diseases caused due to smoking.
        Why does a person smoke? He might have started in his teen age for fun,then it becomes a habbit.If you ask a smoker-What's the reason for smoking? Some might say its due to pressure, the remaining others would say "I Dont know".It's also due to Nicotine addiction but its registered on their subconsious mind,that's the reason they do it.They must also include a subject about "Effects Of Drug usage" for school education like they did it for sex education.

                  A very very bad idea of stopping smoking by people is to reduce the intake,tats not possible "STOP ABRUPTLY".Also some governments in our country aren't supporting like Maharastra and others,i dont know the reason why are they doing so?If we see the Long term effects of Banning smoking(Strict Action must be taken) there are a certain percentage of smokers in the age group of 18-25(may be >40%).Many of their parents dont know they are smoking. so if we ban smoking on public places, am dead sure they wont smoke in their houses.There is no other go they must get used to it and leave the habbit.And after say 20-30 years there wont be much smokers compared to now.But this ban must be strictly followed and continued to make our Coutry a Healthy and wealthy one(coz, if u ask smokers how much they spend,they would surley say a 5 digit no)
                 If you are Smoker,please stop smoking for urself,ur family and our country.Become Healthiy and Wealthy.

Monday, September 29, 2008

Tatas pull out Nano project from Singu

Tatas on Friday pulled out of West Bengal for its Rs one-lakh car Nano project, blaming it on continuing agitation by the opposition parties, spearheaded by Trinamool Congress leader Mamata Banerjee.
Addressing the media after meeting with Chief Minister Budhadeb Bhattacharjee, Ratan Tata, however, said that Nano will come out as per the committed time.       

'Nano will come on time. We will make make-shift arrangement to meet deadline,' Tata said. 'There was little choice but move out of Singur, he

The move has been prompted after taking into account issues such as well-being of its employees at the project and safety of contractors as well as that of its vendors. 

The persisting agitation by the opposition parties has been the sole reason behind the decision to pull out the project, he said.

The company is exploring offers from three-four states about the new site of the project and the new location would be announced soon, Tata said.

'I am extremely pained. It has been an extremely painful decision. It has been a great disappointment for the people working on the ground, more than me,' Tata said.
Talking about the vendors of the project, he said, 'I think vendors will also move with us. They are an integral part of the project. We will try to protect the interest of the vendors.'
On the question of process of acquiring land for the Nano project, he said, To the best of my knowledge, the land was acquired legally... it was done transparently and the compensation was based fairly.'

'We have not been a party to any land dispute. It is between West Bengal government and Trinamool Congress,' he added.
Talking about the future association of Tatas with the state, he said the group already has considerable presence in the state and would open a cancer hospital in the next few months.
'I hope West Bengal prosper in the future. In the future we will be here again. We don't believe that we have lost our enthusiasm in investing in West Bengal and assure that we will invest in the state for new projects,' he said, adding that he has assured the chief minister that as far as further investment in the state is concerned, this project would have
no bearing. 

Saturday, September 13, 2008

UN seeks new fight against Somali pirates

A proposed new UN resolution calls on all countries with a stake in maritime safety to send naval ships and military aircraft to fight piracy on the high seas off the coast of Somalia, according to a draft obtained.


The draft Security Council resolution would also call on ships and planes to use "the necessary means" to stop acts of iracy. It was drafted under Chapter VII of the UN Charter, which means its provisions can be enforced militarily.

The French-drafted resolution was expected to be put to a vote in the Security Council early next week, council diplomats on Thursday said, speaking on condition of anonymity because discussions are taking place in private.

The draft resolution expresses grave concern at "the recent proliferation of acts of piracy and armed robbery at sea against vessels off the coast of Somalia." It also notes with concern "that increasingly violent acts of piracy are carried  but with heavier weaponry, in a larger area off the coast of

Somalia" using mother ships and more sophisticated methods of attack. On Thursday, Somali pirates holding a hijacked Ukrainian argo ship loaded with tanks and heavy weapons said they will not release it for less than USD 20 million and warned they ould fight back against any commando-style rescue attempts.

 A half-dozen US navy warships have surrounded the MV Faina, which was seized last Thursday off the central coast of Somalia. The new draft resolution only applies to pirates off Somalia, whose 3,025-kilometer coastline is the longest in frica and near key shipping routes that connect the Indian Ocean with the Red Sea. 

Friday, August 29, 2008

Sourav Ganguly retained in Test Squad for Australia Series

Senior cricketer and India's successful test captain Sourav Ganguly was retained for the test series against Australia. The new selection committee headed by Krishnamachari Srikkanth, retained Sourav Ganguly, Rahul Dravid and VVS Laxman in the 15-member squad. Delhi's leg spinner Amit Sharma and Tamil Nadu's S Badrinath also got the nod. The team was selected only for the first two test matches against Australia.

There was a big debate in the cricket circle over Ganguly's inclusion in the team. Since he was not included in the Rest of India squad for the Irani Trophy, people thought it could be the end of road for the Prince of Kolkata. However, the new selectors did the right job by picking him in the squad. If we believe the media reports, Ganguly will retire from international cricket after the Australian series.

A player like Sourav Ganguly definitely deserves a fitting farewell rather than an unceremonious exit. Srikkanth had encountered such situation in the past and he knew how painful it is for a player to face such humiliation and ill-treatment. Let's hope that Ganguly silences his critics by solid performance in the upcoming test series and then call it a day with full pride and dignity.

Indian Team:

Anil Kumble (c), Rahul Dravid, Sachin Tendulkar, Sourav Ganguly, VVS Laxman, MS Dhoni, Virender Sehwag, Gautam Gambhir, S Badrinath, Zaheer Khan, Ishant Sharma, RP Singh, Munaf Patel, Harbhajan Singh and Amit Mishra

Saturday, August 9, 2008

Drona Movie Review

After the success of Hrithik Roshan as Krish, Goldie Behl one of the good friends of Abhishek got the idea to make a new super hero sort of movie with Abhishek. The idea was perfect, but the theme was complete copy paste. So the result is out. Drona is on the verge of becoming one of the biggest flops of the year 2008. Abhishek Bachchan is certainly a good actor but is not a right choice for super heores sort of films. Actually he completely lacks the charm and grace of a super hero.

His body language is not up to the mark when we compare with other super heroes. Even he is nothing in front of Hrithik Roshan in Krish. Priyanka Chopra is just a show piece in the movie. However I would appreciate the work of Kay Kay Menon. He has done full justice with his role. But overall, this movie is a biggest crap of the year. Full wastage of money on costly costumes, big sets, lights, cameras and special effects. Indian film industry should wait another 10 years to make movies like Harry Potter, Lord of the Rings etc.

Friday, August 1, 2008

NakkA MukkA Lyrics - Kadhalil Vizhundhen

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