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"Google Chrome OS" Threat To Microsoft Windows


Google is ramping up its attack on Microsoft's dominance of the computer software market by launching a challenger to Microsoft's Windows operating system.The internet search company said the new software, based on its Chrome internet browser, will be available on small, cheap laptops known as netbooks, in the second half of next year.

Google, which has expanded its operations to cover just about every service imaginable on the internet, hopes later versions of the Chrome operating system will be powerful enough to run applications on desktop computers. The move will heighten the increasingly fractious relationship between Google and Microsoft, whose Windows operating system runs about 90pc of the world's computers.

Google has already launched a series of web-based software programmes which directly compete with Microsof's Office applications, such as Word and Excel. It is also offering to host large companies' email systems as an alternative to Microsoft's popular Outlook email service.

"It's our attempt to re-think what operating systems should be," Sundar Pichai, Google's vice president of product management, said on the company's official blog.

Mr Pichai said the new operating system would be "fast" and "lightweight" so that users can get online in seconds and remove lengthy boot-up times and security checks for viruses. Microsoft is set to release an updated version of its own operating system, called Windows 7, in October.

As part of its plan to diversify away from internet search, Google has also launched a new "open source" operating system for mobile phones. The software, called Android, runs several new smart phones designed to challenge Apple's iPhone and Micorsoft's mobile phones. In return Microsoft has attempted to increase its presence in the internet search by launching a new search engine called Bing!
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Wanted-The Extention of his persona.you can't think of anyone else enacting this role with flourish


A remake of POKIRI [made in Telugu and Tamil versions], WANTED is a full on masala film. Recall the successful potboilers of yore. Recall how the good guy would reduce 10 hoodlums to pulp in a fraction of seconds. Recall how heroism prevailed in the end, no matter how adverse the circumstances were or how powerful the villains would be. Recall those movies in which logic took a backseat since the focus was on entertainment... You relive those moments as reel after reel of WANTED unfolds.


A departure from candyfloss movies and diabetic-sweet characters that most Hindi movies boast of, WANTED takes you back to those days when popular cinema reigned supreme, when the sole motive of the film-maker was to entertain.

The daring hero and his herogiri, the naïve girlfriend, the corrupt cop, the dreaded don, the don's moll, the fist-clinching henchmen... WANTED is for those who seek unabashed entertainment and relish masala films. Damn the indomitable critics, pseudo intellectuals and connoisseurs of parallel cinema, this one's not for them. WANTED is for the aam junta.

Radhe [Salman Khan] is a hardcore gangster. A sharpshooter with a sharp brain, he works for Gani Bhai [Prakash Raj], the dreaded Mafioso, but on his own terms. Totally fearless, Radhe single-handedly eliminates Gani Bhai's enemies one by one; making more enemies in the process.

He's astounded when the young and pretty Jahnvi [Ayesha Takia Azmi] professes her liking for him. Inspector Talpade's [Mahesh Manjrekar] lustful eyes fall on Jahnvi. He doesn't know that Jahnvi has developed a soft corner for Radhe.

Whether it's the Golden Gang or Data Pawle's Gang, everybody wants the biggest piece of the lucrative cake that is Mumbai and the only way to get it is to eliminate whoever gets in the way. As Mumbai reels under bloody gang wars, Commissioner Ashraf Khan [Govind Namdeo] vows to make the city crime free.

Director Prabhu Dheva serves a hardcore masala fare that's not inventive or path-breaking by any standard, but the execution of several scenes as also of stunts takes the graph of the film Northward. In fact, if at all there's any film that competes with GHAJINI as far as raw appeal goes, it's WANTED. Every action/stunt/chase here is choreographed with aplomb.

Watch out for the action sequence at the interval point or the penultimate half-an-hour. The climax is sure to send scores of action lovers in frenzy, as Salman bashes the evil forces black and blue. It wouldn't be erroneous to state that the climax is worth the price of the ticket, samosa, sandwich, popcorn, nachos and cola put together.

Not that this 18 reeler abounds in mindless action. As mentioned earlier, this one's a hardcore masala film and the narrative has its share of light moments and romantic sequences. Even the bad man here makes you laugh intermittently [when he's not spewing venom], especially in the sequence when the Commissioner of Police holds him captive in the middle of the sea. Even the romance between Salman and Ayesha charms its way into your heart. It's very likable.

But WANTED is not without its share of flaws. The film stands on a thin storyline and the viewer can guess what's in store next, which means that there's not much novelty in the plot. Besides, WANTED could've done without a song or two, thereby keeping its length in check.

Director Prabhu Dheva has presented Salman like never before. Most actors have drifted away from roles that hold tremendous mass appeal, that cater to the desi audience, like they did in the 1980s. SRK did it in OM SHANTI OM, Aamir Khan did it in GHAJINI and Salman does it so effortlessly in WANTED. The screenplay [Shiraz Ahmed] may not be foolproof, but it has its share of shining moments. Dialogues are clapworthy, especially those delivered by Salman.

Sajid-Wajid's music is of a mixed variety. 'Jalwa' is the best of the lot and the star presence of Anil Kapoor, Govinda and also Prabhu Dheva in this track will send the viewers into raptures. The remaining tracks oscillate between good and strictly okay. This review would be incomplete without the invaluable contribution by the action director. It deserves brownie points. Cinematography too is top notch.

Salman is like a ferocious lion who roars with all his might. The show belongs to the actor, who scorches the screen every time he displays the manic anger. Without doubt, Salman gives the power to WANTED. It's his best work to date.

Ayesha Takia Azmi is very good and the pairing with Salman looks wonderful. Vinod Khanna is sidelined. He deserved more footage. Mahesh Manjrekar is excellent. He's only getting better with every film. Prakash Raj is first-rate. The accomplished actor adds yet another feather to his cap. Govind Namdeo is perfect.

Mahek Chahal radiates oomph. Aseem Merchant is alright. Raju Mavani is effective. Inder Kumar and Sajid are okay. Manoj Pahwa tries hard to make you laugh. Prateeksha Lonkar is as usual.

On the whole, WANTED rides on Salman, Salman and only Salman Khan's star power. A masala film that's aimed at the masses, WANTED is backed by tremendous hype and hoopla, which will result in the film taking an earth-shattering start at the ticket window. The Idd celebrations in the coming days will only enhance the business of the film, which means that the film will have a solid Week 1. The holidays in Week 2 should also be bountiful, thereby ensuring a strong place in the 'Hit' category.
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Big B In Big Manner In Big Boss Season 3.


After keeping millions of Indian households glued-on to Bigg Boss Season 2 last year, COLORS has returned with an ace for the latest season. On Friday 4 September it was reveled that none other than the Big Boss of Indian entertainment – Mr. Amitabh Bachchan has been roped in for the show. This year, ‘Big B’ will be playing an interesting part in ‘Bigg Boss’ to take the show to even greater heights – of popularity, scale and excitement. The promos announcing Mr. Bachchan’s association with Bigg Boss will break on the channel starting September 7th 2009.

alking of his association with ‘Bigg Boss’, Mr. Bachchan commented, “This is one show that has intrigued me immensely as a viewer – its format, its contestants and the psychological battle within the house. That intrigue, coupled with the unique concept that COLORS shared with me for this season, excited me to be a part of ‘Bigg Boss’ this year.” He further added, “I am looking forward to my role that gives me the unique opportunity to help viewers decode emotions and comprehend simple philosophies of life (without getting philosophical).”

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Top 3 Sites Of Morden Times.. You Tube Hitz The Chart.


Here Is the List Of Top Three Sites Of Modern Times.

#1 You Tube
#2 Google
#3 Wikipedia


followed by
#6 Facebook
#7 Myspace
#16 Yahoo
#42 ESPN
#45 MSN



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Dashain- Special Mutton / Chicken Curry


Flavor: Nepali Course:Curry Portion:4-6

Ingredients:
1-Mutton Leg Portion 2 kg
Or
Chicken Skinless Leg Pieces 3 kg
2-Onion 2 cup finely sliced.
3-whole garam masala
(Clove-6,black pepper-10,bayleave-2/3,
cardmom-6, cinnamon-1/2 inch pod)
4-Curd 250 ml
5-Turmeric to color
6-Salt to taste
7-Red Chilly Powder as per taste
8-Cumin-Coriender Powder 1.5 tbl.spoon

9-Mustered Oil 100 ml
10-Ginger-Garlic Paste 1 & 1.5 tbl spoon.
11-Green Chilly Long split 2-4 nos.
12-Tomato Chopped 1 Medium
13-Clarified Butter(Ghee) 2 tbl. spoon.
14- cumin seed.
15- chicken broath 1 cube.
16- hot water for curry.

Method:
A- Cut Mutton / Chicken in 2X2" size and marinade with salt, turmeric & mustard oil for 2 hrs before cooking.


B-Heat a thick bottom vessel, heat oil and sputter cumin seed, and whole garam masala add sliced oinion and marinated mutton/chicken stir well to mix well till looks brown all.
C- Now, add ginger-garlick paste,chopped tomatoes, green chilly, cumin-coriender powder, red chilly powder and mix well stiring continuously for 2-3 min then add broath and bitten curd and adjust fame low and stir well for 2 min add turmeric to color and salt a bit as per ur taste if neccessary..
D-Put Lid on top for 5 min then add certain amount of hot water to teder the meat and have some thick curry as well and lid it up for 30-45 min on low heat, Stir occasionally with gentle hands.
E-Now, Add Clarified Butter, stir well and lid it up for 2 min.
F-Finally, the Dashain Special Curry is ready to serve with Peas Pulao Or Basmati Rice with Aaloo Kerau Ko Achar(Peas-Potato Sesame Pickle)
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