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2nd Marriage Anniversary Through Pickz....The Moments We spend Through out the Day is Awesome


The Time, how it passed and how it will come to celebrate 2nd Anniversary of our marriage we donno. When I recall all those procedure being bride and bridegroom it seems last days but see time went how fast and its has been passed 2 years..24 months..720 days..17280 hours.Oh My God! I am Top of the world again..Its really great days with her and I wish its till the end of this UNIVERSE and forever. She is so nice to me and loves me like a baby...Here are some moments spend TODAY(DEC 6th, 2008) at our 2nd MARRIAGE ANNIVERSARY.


10:25 Am, Back to our Room And Moving to Briddha ASHRAM for their BreakFast



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A.R.Rahman wins Golden Globe Award for best composer, The First Indian Ever



Music maestro A R Rahman created history by becoming the first Indian to win Golden Globe award for his music score for 'Slumdog Millionaire' at the prestigious award ceremony on Monday.
Rahman's song 'Jai Ho,' penned by lyricist Gulzar, won the coveted prize of Best Original Music Score at the Golden Globes.
The film which depicts the story of a Mumbai underdog's rags-to-riches run, is on a winning spree and has so far bagged two more Golden Globe awards -- Best Screenplay for Simon Beaufoy and Best Director for Danny Boyle.
With its golden run at the Globe awards, 'Slumdog's
prospects at Oscar awards next month have brightened.
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Job Interview 'Manners' Matter!


Manners are not only important at the dinner table (use your napkin, please), on the telephone (listen as well as speak), in a theater (refrain from talking during the performance), but also during a job interview. Yet many job seekers forget the importance of being polite. They jingle the change in their pocket, click their tongue, stare at the wall or at their lap, or cut in when the hiring manager is speaking.
Nerves can throw you off. Your heart races, your palms perspire, your mouth goes dry. You may even forget what you want to say. But none of these experiences are reasons to forget your manners. To give yourself the 'edge' when it comes to sitting across from a potential employer, review the following polite practices and then go over them with a spouse or friend before the in-person meeting.

Arrive ahead of time. It may be fashionable to come late to a cocktail party but it's bad manners to walk into an interview after the agreed-upon time. Always arrive at least ten minutes early so you can freshen up, catch your breath, sit quietly in the lobby reviewing your notes.

Maintain good eye contact. You probably know what it's like to speak with someone who is shifty-eyed. You might wonder what he has up his sleeve or what she is hiding. Looking a man or woman in the eye when speaking is not only polite, it's good business practice. It assures the other person of your sincerity and genuine interest. And it will remind him or her to return the eye contact.

Listen well. Focus your mind and take in what the interviewer is saying. If you miss a detail or don't understand what is said, ask politely for it to be repeated. It may help to have a small notepad and pen in your hand. Jot down items that are of importance to you. You might even tell the interviewer ahead of time that you'll be taking notes because you don't want to miss anything. That too, is a sign of good manners. You're letting the other person know that you're serious about the job in question.

Say thank you. At the close of the interview, be sure to shake hands and express in warm words how much you appreciate the time and the information you received. Remember, everyone likes to be acknowledged and thanked. Those who express gratitude will not be forgotten because it is so rare for people today to share genuine thanks. Then follow up with a thank you note in your handwriting. That will seal the deal and give you a good chance of winning a second interview -- or even the job itself.
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