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PIZZZZZA.....Yummy!


Ingredients Cusine:Italian Portion:2

High protein flour : 2 cups
Maida : 1 cup
or wheat flour : 1 cup
Milk powder : 3 tbsp
Sugar : 2 tbsp
Cornflour : 1 tbsp
Oil : 3 tbsp
Active dried yeast : 3 tbsp
Mild hot, water to knead : 3 tbsp

Vegetables

Capsicum ( big )
Red : 1
Yellow : 1
Green : 1
Onion ( big ) : 3
Garlic : 2 pods
Tomato : 2
Carrot : 3
Round mushrooms : 1 tsp
Cornflour : 4 tbsp
Mozeralla cheese : 250 gm
Paprika powder : as needed
Oregano powder : as needed


Method

Sieve high protien flour and maida four times.
In a hollow pan, mix sieved flour, milk powder, sugar, salt, yeast, oil and knead.
Cover it with a cloth for 1 hour.
The dough will resemble a honey comb.
Smear oil in the hands and prepare an inch thick chappathi.
Smear oil on a plate.
Bake this chappathi in an oven at 180*C for 15 minutes.
When baked , if the chappathi is cut, it will resemble a honey comb.
This is pizza base.
Cut the vegetables into cubes.
Add them to boiling water and cover it with a lid.
This is called blanching.
Strain the water.
Cut onion, garlic, tomato into pieces.
Heat oil in a frying pan.
Add garlic, onion, vegetables and stir.
Add salt and pepper powder.
Add tomato and stir.
Mix cornflour in 6 tsp of water and stir well.
The vegetables to should not be overcooked.
Take the pizza base.
Add cooked vegetables.
Add grated mozeralla cheese.
Cook it in oven at 180*C for 10 minutes.
When the pizza is cooked, remove from the oven, add oregano and paprika powder.



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Welcome To Sajjanpur-Certainly Welcome!, Simple Movie- By Vetran Shyam Benegal


WELCOME TO SAJJANPUR works because of its simplicity. Expect no glitz-n-glam here. In fact, it doesn't even have a strong plot since it's a character-driven film. Yet, WELCOME TO SAJJANPUR keeps your interest alive in most parts.

Mahadev [Shreyas Talpade] is one of the few educated young men in Sajjanpur. His ambition is to be a novelist, but finds it easier to make a living by writing and reading letters sitting next to the post office. His ability to write persuasive letters makes him popular with the largely non-literate population of the town.

Aware of this power, he soon uses his talent to manipulate people with amusing and sometimes not such amusing results.

Shyam Benegal may be best known for intense films, but as you watch WELCOME TO SAJJANPUR, it dawns upon you that he's equally proficient when it comes to light entertainers. The character portrayed by Shreyas and his interaction with various people make the proceedings exciting.

Note his scenes with the goonda who's aiming to be a politician [Yashpal Sharma] or one of the orthodox ladies of the village [Ila Arun]. Even the romantic scenes with his childhood sweetheart [Amrita Rao], now married to someone else, are cute. The twists and turns in the second hour are the best part of the enterprise. Also, the end is very novel.

On the flip side, the unwarranted songs in the narrative spoil the show. Ideally, the film could've done without any song. Besides, the length should've been controlled.

Every actor in WELCOME TO SAJJANPUR delivers a sparkling performance, but the show belongs to Shreyas Talpade. This is his most accomplished performance since IQBAL. Amrita Rao is admirable. It's at par with VIVAH. Yashpal Sharma [terrific], Ila Arun [superb], Divya Dutta [effective], Ravi Kissen [wonderful], Rajeshwari [nice] and Ravi Jhankal [exceptional] are delightful. Kunal Kapoor's presence comes as a surprise.

Final verdict? Watch WELCOME TO SAJJANPUR for its simplicity. Its strength lies in its story and how well a seasoned director like Shyam Benegal narrates it. Let's just say, WELCOME TO SAJJANPUR is certainly welcome!

On the whole, WELCOME TO SAJJANPUR is an interesting watch. At the box-office, the film has the potential to go from strength to strength with a positive word of mouth.
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10 Myths About Self-Employment- An Article


MYTH:1 Self-employed people have to work really long hours. Many self-employed people work longer hours than employees. Some enjoy their work so much they want to put in long hours. Some set up their businesses in such a way that their physical presence is necessary for income generation. So working long hours is largely a symptom of the type of business you create as well as your personal choice. If you don't like working long hours, you certainly don't have to.

MYTH:2 The only reason to build a business is to sell it. While you can certainly build a business to sell or to take public, you can also build a business to keep. As a self-employed person, you're free to build whatever kind of business you want. You're the boss. If you want to build a business to sell, go for it. If you just want an income source that doesn't require you to get a job, that's fine too.

You can also run multiple businesses at the same time. Once you've been running a business for a decade or more, it's not that hard to repeat the process and spawn another one.

MYTH:3 Self-employment is much riskier than getting a job. Security is a result of control, and self-employment gives you far more control over your income than you have with a regular job. When you're self-employed no one can fire you or lay you off. Which is more secure? Owning your income stream or leasing it? Ownership obviously.

If you need to make extra cash quickly, that's very tough to do as an employee. But as an owner who controls all the business assets, you have the ability to channel resources to increase income in a pinch. Having control makes a huge difference.

MYTH:4 Self-employment means putting all your eggs in one basket. Ask yourself this: How many people would have to turn against you to shut off all your income? For employees the answer is usually one. If your boss fires you, your income gets turned off immediately. Now that's putting all your eggs in one basket.

With self-employment, you can more easily diversify your income streams and thereby reduce your risk. You have the control necessary to make this happen. Generating different types of income from thousands of customers is a lot more secure than receiving only one paycheck.

MYTH:5 Being self-employed is stressful. What's stressful is not being able to make ends meet. Self-employment is less stressful because you enjoy more control. Not having control over your time and your life is stressful. Self-employment can be very low-stress if you decide to make it so. You can turn your office into a relaxing place to work and set your own hours. If you notice the onset of stress, you can take time off to relax.

MYTH:6 The customer is always right. If you're self-employed, feel free to fire customers that cause you grief. Some customers just aren't worth having. when a customer becomes obnoxiously rude, insulting, or threatening, you have the choice to not work with them. If you're self-employed, there's no need to do business with people who think it's their privilege to treat you like dirt. You won't enjoy having such customers, and you won't enjoy the types of referrals they send you.

MYTH:7 Being self-employed is lonely. Many employees think they enjoy a rich social life when all they do is hang out with their co-workers. That's fine for starters, but it can get pretty stale after a while. On the contrary it's easier for self-employed people to recognize the need for social activities outside their work. At the very least, this may be motivated by the desire to network and to learn from other business owners.

MYTH:8 Self-employed people have to do everything themselves. Self-employed people may be responsible for making sure everything gets done, but it's usually foolish for them to do everything themselves. That would be way too much work. You don't have to design your own systems if you can leverage someone else's.

MYTH:9 Self-employment is too complicated. Self-employment can seem complicated because there's a lot to learn in the beginning, such as accounting, taxes, payroll, legal issues, insurance, etc. It does take a while to learn the basics, but most of it isn't difficult. Get yourself a good book on the subject, and you'll be off to a great start. Don't let the initial learning curve get you down. You only need to learn this info once.

MYTH:10 You need lots of money to start a new business. That depends on the business. You can start an online business for very little cash. You don't need to pour your life savings into your first business. You do, however, need an intelligent way to provide value to people. The nice thing about an online business is that you can create value for a fixed time investment, and technology can deliver that value millions of times over without costing you any extra time or money. You invest a little time in the initial value creation, but you get paid for the ongoing value delivery. Technology does most of the work for a cost that's virtually zero, but you get paid for its results.

Take back control of your personal and professional life! Try self-employment or a side line business for yourself!
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Schedule Of Cricket Matches For OCTOBER-2008


Thu Oct 9 India v Australia at Bangalore, 1st Test - day 1
Bangladesh v New Zealand at Dhaka (SBNS), 1st ODI

Fri Oct 10 India v Australia at Bangalore, 1st Test - day 2
Canada v Pakistan at King City (NW), Canada Cup Four Nation 20/20
Sri Lanka v Zimbabwe at King City (NW), Canada Cup Four Nation 20/20

Sat Oct 11 India v Australia at Bangalore, 1st Test - day 3
Bangladesh v New Zealand at Dhaka (SBNS), 2nd ODI
Canada v Zimbabwe at King City (NW), Canada Cup Four Nation 20/20
Sri Lanka v Pakistan at King City (NW), Canada Cup Four Nation 20/20

Sun Oct 12 India v Australia at Bangalore, 1st Test - day 4
Canada v Sri Lanka at King City (NW), Canada Cup Four Nation 20/20
Pakistan v Zimbabwe at King City (NW), Canada Cup Four Nation 20/20

Mon Oct 13 India v Australia at Bangalore, 1st Test - day 5
TBC v TBC at King City (NW), Canada Cup Four Nation 20/20
TBC v TBC at King City (NW), Canada Cup Four Nation 20/20, Final

Tue Oct 14 Bangladesh v New Zealand at Chittagong (CDS), 3rd ODI

Wed Oct 15
Thu Oct 16
Fri Oct 17 Bangladesh v New Zealand at Chittagong (CDS), 1st Test - day 1
India v Australia at Mohali, 2nd Test - day 1
Ireland v Zimbabwe at Nairobi (Gym), Tri-Nation Tournament in Kenya

Sat Oct 18 Bangladesh v New Zealand at Chittagong (CDS), 1st Test - day 2
India v Australia at Mohali, 2nd Test - day 2
Kenya v Ireland at Nairobi (Gym), Tri-Nation Tournament in Kenya
Pakistan Women v West Indies Women at Karachi, 1st Women's ODI

Sun Oct 19 Bangladesh v New Zealand at Chittagong (CDS), 1st Test - day 3
India v Australia at Mohali, 2nd Test - day 3
Kenya v Zimbabwe at Nairobi (Gym), Tri-Nation Tournament in Kenya

Mon Oct 20 Bangladesh v New Zealand at Chittagong (CDS), 1st Test - day 4
India v Australia at Mohali, 2nd Test - day 4
Pakistan Women v West Indies Women at Karachi, 2nd Women's ODI

Tue Oct 21 Bangladesh v New Zealand at Chittagong (CDS), 1st Test - day 5
India v Australia at Mohali, 2nd Test - day 5
Ireland v Zimbabwe at Nairobi (Gym), Tri-Nation Tournament in Kenya

Wed Oct 22 Kenya v Ireland at Nairobi (Gym), Tri-Nation Tournament in Kenya
Pakistan Women v West Indies Women at Hyderabad (Sind), 3rd Women's ODI

Thu Oct 23 Kenya v Zimbabwe at Nairobi (Gym), Tri-Nation Tournament in Kenya

Fri Oct 24 Pakistan Women v West Indies Women at Karachi, 4th Women's ODI

Sat Oct 25 Bangladesh v New Zealand at Dhaka (SBNS), 2nd Test - day 1
TBC v TBC at Nairobi (Gym), Tri-Nation Tournament in Kenya, Final

Sun Oct 26 Bangladesh v New Zealand at Dhaka (SBNS), 2nd Test - day 2
Pakistan Women v West Indies Women at Karachi, 5th Women's ODI

Mon Oct 27 Bangladesh v New Zealand at Dhaka (SBNS), 2nd Test - day 3

Tue Oct 28 Bangladesh v New Zealand at Dhaka (SBNS), 2nd Test - day 4
Australia Women v India Women at Sydney, Only Women's Twenty20 International
Pakistan Women v West Indies Women at Karachi, 1st Women's Twenty20 International

Wed Oct 29 Bangladesh v New Zealand at Dhaka (SBNS), 2nd Test - day 5
India v Australia at Delhi, 3rd Test - day 1
Pakistan Women v West Indies Women at Karachi, 2nd Women's Twenty20 International

Thu Oct 30 India v Australia at Delhi, 3rd Test - day 2

Fri Oct 31 India v Australia at Delhi, 3rd Test - day 3
South Africa v Kenya at Bloemfontein, 1st ODI
Australia Women v India Women at Sydney, 1st Women's ODI
Pakistan Women v West Indies Women at Karachi, 3rd Women's Twenty20 International
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AMD vs Intel - In Everyones Mind....


There are countless companies in the computer industry but there is only one battle that counts... AMD vs. Intel. This is a favorite topic in the forums, yet instead of blindly pledging allegiance to one CPU or the other, let's take a look behind the scenes and find out which companies processor is the best bet.

Now if, I should say that I'm a hardware enthusiast at heart, so for me CPU performance matters the most. I stick with gear only as long as it keeps my PC at the front of the performance curve. After that, I drop it like a rock and move onto greener pastures, regardless if it's the same brand or not. After all, what's the point of brand loyalty? AMD and Intel don't love you back, no matter how much you might sing their praises. Put another way, it's not like AMD only sells to you, or Intel has a smiling shot of your mug on every pay stub as a testament to your past processor purchases now is it?

The nice thing about being computer enthusiast is that right now both AMD and Intel platforms support a lot of cross compatible hardware. Sure the CPU and motherboards are platform specific, but you can share DDR2 memory, videocards and other peripherals easily enough. If PC speed is what you crave, you can jump from one processor platform to the next ever couple months, taking your memory, videocards, hard drives and everything else along with you.

Anyway, the point I'm trying make is this. As a hardware enthusiast you have the pick of some of the fastest computer hardware on the planet. Ignore the urge to stick with AMD or Intel out of tradition, go out there and find the best gear based on benchmarks!

So, who offers the best performance - is it AMD or Intel? I'm glad you asked, the answer is....

...Intel. For the moment anyway, Intel's dual and quad core processors are the king of the heap. In particular, the companies Core 2 Duo/Quad processor lineup is out-pacing AMDs current Athlon64 X2/FX processor families. That may indeed change by the end of Q4'07, or it may not.

AMD is partly to blame for its current situation. Big green has not refreshed its CPU lineup since the last time PCSTATS dished the dirt on the AMD vs. Intel slugfest. AMD won the battle back then, but relying on the now somewhat dated K8 Athlon64 processor has left AMD without a good competing CPU for Intel's "Conroe". Intel published performance results on "Conroe" for quite some time before it was officially released, so it's not like AMD was blindsided by it either.

Intel Climbs Back To The Top

For its efforts, Intel has undergone more than a few self-evaluations. It had to deal with a "Prescott" Pentium 4 voltage leak issue, it stopped pushing GHz as the singular processor metric and adopted the same kind of rating system AMD had been using for years. Then, Intel abandoned Netburst and modernized the P6 core into what we now know as the Core Solo and Core 2 Duo processor.

The Core Solo was nice, but Intel's Core 2 Duo is the real beauty. The CPU was an immediate hit among gamers from the time of its release, and it continues to out pace comparable Athlon64 processors.

Intel's previous NetBurst architecture had de-emphasized FPU power in favor of special instructions (SSE, 2, 3). This is partly the reason so many gamers ditched their Pentium 4/D computers in favor of AMD Athlon64 processors and it's more powerful FPU.

With the Intel Core processor architecture, the company finally addressed the FPU issue. Intel's "Conroe" CPU core has a very powerful FPU, and that has guaranteed a very welcome reception by gamers ever since.

As it stands in the fall of 2007, the Intel Core 2 Duo processor is generally more powerful than AMD's Athlon64 X2/FX series in games, and all around.

Whether you're working on multimedia tasks, workstation or just need raw data crunching power, the Core 2 Duo trounces AMD's best almost every time.

It's also proved its mettle as an excellent overclocker!

Early stepping Intel Core 2 Duo processors could overclock to 3.2 GHz+ on air cooling, and the recent 'G0' stepping can go even further. I've overclocked to the region of 3.8 GHz with the stock heatsink in fact.

By comparison, AMD's 90nm Athlon64 X2/FX processors have difficulty overclocking much past 3 GHz.... Make no mistake about it, clock for clock Intel's Core 2 Duo is currently faster than AMD's Athlon64 X2 and FX processors.

Thermal Output Improving

The Intel Pentium 4 and D processor series were notorious for consuming a lot of power, and consequently running quite hot. The architecture Intel based the Core 2 Duo processors on is much better in this regard. While Pentium 4 architecture was at one time headed towards 150W TDP (Typical Design power), many of its current processors are now pushing 85W or less. One generation before, Intel Pentium D CPUs hovered around the 125W TDP range, late model Core 2 Duo processors (like the E6750 ) have a 65W TDP!

It's true enough that the power values AMD and Intel specify are not entirely comparable with each other, but total system power measurements give a good basis for comparison. I've conducted some power draw measurements recently, and those tests showed that Intel is genuinely kicking high power habit. An average Intel Core 2 Duo E6750 based computer system draws about 7W more power than a budget AMD Sempron 3600+ based PC system with its single CPU core running at idle. You'd think the lower power budget AMD chip would be significantly easier on the juice than the fairly high end E6750 Core 2 Duo, but the difference is pretty small.

With an Intel Core 2 Duo system under load, total power draw results are impressive. For instance, a Core 2 Duo E6750 system consumes 163W of power (total PC power draw) when running with both CPU cores under load.

A comparable Intel Pentium D 940 system consumes 253W of power with both processing CPU cores stressed, and an AMD Athlon64 FX-62 power system consumes upwards of 235W! It's clear you can save a lot on the utility bills by switching to a CPU that sips electricity. Intel offers this, with great performance. (Please keep in mind that these are total system power draw values, not just the processor.)

I've often thought that Intel is the more innovative of the two companies when it comes to designing heatsinks for its processors. The current Core 2 Duo bifurcated radial fin heatsinks are remarkably good, and very quiet.

Gone are the days of throwing out the stock heatsink for an after market cooler the second the box is opened... For good all around CPU cooling, it's tough to beat Intel in terms of noise level. The stock heatsinks are just so quiet, thanks in large part to 90mm fans and Pulse Width Modulation which allows the rotational speed to vary based on moment to moment thermal output.

Of course, these aren't the only reasons Intel is leading with the Core 2 Duo, as we'll talk about next, chipsets play a big role....
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Sano Sansar- People Meet...Love Happens...Truely Simple Youth Centric Todays Movie by a story teller Alok Nembang


300 plus music video director Mr. Alok Nembang quite relieved and might happy with the response of his debute movie "SANO S A N S A R".

Its a simple, truely youth-centric today's movie for the teenagers. No Rona Donas, some of the scenes are not neccessary as it has in the film.Songs are quite good and its perfectly fits into the situations like "Sayad Maya..", "Samjhauta.." whereas the tittle song "Sano Sansar" has been already hits the chart.The director made this movie for the youth and its quite good to watch. All the star cast has been picked perfectly in their character.Leading Actors/Actress is not a Star from Kaliwood but they are not looking as others looks in their debute. The cinematography is perfect and Kathmandu looks so beautifull as it seen till date in movies.

Direction is remarkable in terms of his debute movie and he is the new hope for the film fertinity, fine story teller. The main hero of this movie is its SIMPLICITY. Nembang excilency is to move a simple day to day life of teenagers and what it deals with the body language of casts and the tongue they used all capatulised in approx 2.20 hrs length with the theme "People Meet...Love Happen" with siplest way thats increadible.Actress Namrata Shrestha looks gorgeous and had capabilities to show her emotions with her lovely eyes as well as from body language lots of potential she has.Mahesh Shakya has shown his acting talent and fits only him with the role he has offered. Jivan Luitel has the least role as compare to both of them but he is impressive.

Ravi(Mahesh Shakya) is an average guy who has just graduated from college. Like most average guys, he doesn't know what he wants in life. Reetu(Namrata Shrestha) is a not so average girl knows what she doesn't want. Suraj(Binay Shrestha) is a sureheaded fellow who knows exactly what he wants in life. Manoj Sizapati (aka Siza) wants what every guy wants...

Little do they know that they are living in a Sano Sansar where everyone knows everyone even if they think they do not know them...

In totality this film bang on the target in cities and plexes with teenagers thats for sure.Although it has not look like a cellulide in total it can be more vibrant but wholesome its a debute film with debtant actors. Alok Nembang the name we can expect more in the future...weldone. Rating 3.5 on 5.
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Dashain Special Dish- NEWARI PAKKU (KAWAF)

Ingrediants:

Mutton Big Pieces around 4X4 inch size Boneless 5 KG
Ginger Paste 10 Table Spoon
Garlic Paste 12 Table Spoon
Corriender, Cumeen Powder 5 Table Spoon
Clove Powder 1/4 Tea Spoon
Cardmom Powder 1/2 Tea Spoon
Mustard Oil 750 Ml
Pure Ghee 100 Ml
Bay Leaf 10 leafs
Salt to Taste
Turmeric To Color
Red Chilli Powder 1 Tea Spon


Marination:
Mix all ingredients in a Big THICK Bottom Vassel and Knead Well for half an hour then keep a side for 2-3 hours for well marination.

Cooking:
Now, Put in a medium heat for 3-4 hrs with lid on top of vessel in between maximum 2-3 times only you can stir it.

Preservation:
After cooking take out the vessel and cool it for 1 hour then take another stainless steel bowl its should completely cool before refrigeration.

Serve:
Take 2-4 pieces of Pakku and its gravy from one side from refrigerated bowl then heat on the pan then serve hot with snacks or meal its really delicious thats for sure.
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ICC-Cricket Award 2008, Dubai




Wednesday,10th Sep, 2008 In Dubai ICC Cricketing Award Has Been Given for those who has the cricketing excellence through out the year in 9 categories:


Cricketer of the Year Award – Shivnarine Chanderpaul (WI)

Test Player of the Year Award – Dale Steyn (SA)

ODI Player of the Year – Mahendra Singh Dhoni (Ind)

Women's Cricketer of the Year – Charlotte Edwards (Eng)

Emerging Player of the Year – Ajantha Mendis (SL)

Associate ODI Player of the Year – Ryan ten Doeschate (NL)

Twenty20 International Performance of the Year – Yuvraj Singh (Ind)

Spirit of Cricket Award – Sri Lanka

Umpire of the Year Award – Simon Taufel
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