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What is CLOUD computing & how it works?

In the past, computing tasks such as word processing were not possible without the installation of application software on a user's computer. A user bought a license for each application from a software vendor and obtained the right to install the application on one computer system. With the development of local area networks (LAN) and more networking capabilities, the client-server model of computing was born, where server computers with enhanced capabilities and large storage devices could be used to host application services and data for a large workgroup. Typically, in client-server computing, a network-friendly client version of the application was required on client computers which utilized the client system's memory and CPU for processing, even though resultant application data files (such as word processing documents) were stored centrally on the data servers. Multiple user licenses of an application were purchased for use by many users on a network.

Cloud computing differs from the classic client-server model by providing applications from a server that are executed and managed by a client's web browser, with no installed client version of an application required. Centralization gives cloud service providers complete control over the versions of the browser-based applications provided to clients, which removes the need for version upgrades or license management on individual client computing devices. The phrase "software as a service" (SaaS) is sometimes used to describe application programs offered through cloud computing. A common shorthand for a provided cloud computing service (or even an aggregation of all existing cloud services) is "The Cloud".

Any computer or web-friendly device connected to the Internet may access the same pool of computing power, applications, and files in a cloud-computing environment. Users may remotely store and access personal files such as music, pictures, videos, and bookmarks; play games; or do word processing on a remote server. Data is centrally stored, so the user does not need to carry a storage medium such as a DVD or USB flash drive. Desktop applications that connect to internet-host email providers may be considered cloud applications, including web-based email services.

How it works

A cloud user needs a client device such as a laptop or desktop computer, pad computer, smart phone, or other computing resource with a web browser (or other approved access route) to access a cloud system via the World Wide Web. Typically the user will log into the cloud at a service provider or private company, such as their employer. Cloud computing works on a client-server basis, using web browser protocols. The cloud provides server-based applications and all data services to the user, with output displayed on the client device. If the user wishes to create a document using a word processor, for example, the cloud provides a suitable application running on the server which displays work done by the user on the client web browser display. Memory allocated to the client system's web browser is used to make the application data appear on the client system display, but all computations and changes are recorded by the server, and final results including files created or altered are permanently stored on the cloud servers. Performance of the cloud application is dependent upon the network access, speed and reliability as well as the processing speed of the client device.

Since cloud services are web-based, they work on multiple platforms, including Linux, Macintosh, and Windows computers. Smart phones, pads and tablet devices with Internet and World Wide Web access also provide cloud services to telecommuting and mobile users.

A service provider may pool the processing power of multiple remote computers in a cloud to achieve routine tasks such as backing up of large amounts of data, word processing, or computationally intensive work. These tasks might normally be difficult, time consuming, or expensive for an individual user or a small company to accomplish, especially with limited computing resources and funds. With cloud computing, clients require only a simple computer, such as netbooks, designed with cloud computing in mind, or even a smartphone, with a connection to the Internet, or a company network, in order to make requests to and receive data from the cloud, hence the term "software as a service" (SaaS). Computation and storage is divided among the remote computers in order to handle large volumes of both, thus the client need not purchase expensive hardware or software to handle the task. The outcome of the processing task is returned to the client over the network, dependent on the speed of the Internet connection.




1- Mutton-Lamb 1.5" X 1.5" Leg Pieces / Chicken Leg Pieces 1 LB (SKIN LESS)
2- Basmati Long Grain Rice 2hr Soaked Rice 2 cups or .5 lb
3- Dip Fried Crisp Golden Brown Onion Rings 1 cup
4-Red Onion chopped 1 cup
5-Garam Masala Like: 3 cloves, 4-6 green cardamom, 1 " stick cinnamon, 6-8 pepper corn, 2 bay leafs, 1 teaspoon Shah Jeera (Special Tiny Cumin) -you can easily find it on Indian Grocery Store.
6- Green Chilly 2 chopped
7- Fresh cilantro/coriander leaf chopped 2 teaspoon
8 fresh mints leaves chopped 2 teaspoon.
9-clarified butter / non salted butter 1 stick 4-6 table spoons
10-mustard oil 5 table spoon
11- Roasted cashew 20 flakes
12-saffron a little with soaked in 4 table spoon of milk --optional but it essential for Hyderbady baryonic.
13- Sugar 1 teaspoon.
14 salt to taste
15 ginger garlic paste 2 teaspoon each
16 lemon juice 1 table spoon
17 plain yoghurt 2 table spoons
18 Kasmiri Mirch/ Paprika 1 teaspoon
19 turmeric powder 1/2 teaspoon
20 coriander and cummin powder 1/1 teaspoon each
21 chicken broth or stock 1 cup
22- Hard Boiled Egg whole golden fried 2


A- Take a wok or pressure cooker and lit the flame and put the muster oil and sprinkle whole garam masalas mentioned in #5 then after crackling add chopped onion and sauté it for a while then add mutton/chicken pieces and add salt -turmeric and stir well to mix well put a flame in med-high with continuesouly stirring after 5 min just lid them and cook for 15 minutes on low -medium flame and add ginger garlic paste cumin-coriander powder , lemon juice and yoghurt and stir well to mix well then after 2 min add chicken broth or stock and cook until done and keep a side.

B- take a deep vassal and boil enough water for the rice and put soaked rice onto it if you put ill bit chicken broth onto this boiling water that’s awesome and put ill bit salt and sugar and 1 teaspoon butter and cook until rice is 75-80 % done not more than that and strain it with strainer and keep a side.

C- now take another deep vassal with thick bottom heat a flame with low-med and put some butter and add 1/3rd of mutton/chicken curry sprinkle coriander and mint leaves and 1/3rd of 75-80% done drained rice and sprinkle roasted cashew, roasted onion rings and 1/3rd of butter and 1/3rd portion of soaked saffron on milk then repeat same layer process in total three times and lid them tight and seamer it for 15 minutes and turn off the flame and leave it for 30 min then serve it on whole plate string gently so that rice grain does not crushed and mean time mix all the mutton-chicken flavor comes up. Decorate with half eggs, roasted onion and lemon wedges.



On the whole, SINGHAM is sure to roar at the box-office

SINGHAM works for varied reasons: The conflict between the protagonist [Ajay] and antagonist [Prakash Raj], the high quality dramatic scenes, the raw action and of course, it mirrors the viewpoint of the common man on the rampant corruption, fraudulent politicians and spineless goons. In short, SINGHAM works as an entertainer, a complete package and if I may say so, it's Rohit Shetty's best work so far.

The backdrop is Shivgad, a small village on the border of Maharashtra and Goa. The film tells the story of an honest, diligent cop Bajirao Singham [Ajay Devgn], who fights against injustice and prejudice using his own ethics and principles. A sudden strike of destiny sets up Singham against the powerful criminal/politician Jaykant Shikre [Prakash Raj], challenging his morals and beliefs. Jaykant's powerful planning and force makes Singham land up in the ruling city of Jaykant Shikre, where he leaves no stone unturned to make Singham's life a nightmare to live.

Singham's supportive girlfriend Kavya [Kajal Aggarwal] and his tryst with late Rakesh Kadam's family [Sonali Kulkarni] makes him realize the importance to bring a change in the system by eradicating the root cause -- Jaykant Shikre -- by not going against the law of force, but by being a powerful part of it.

Though a remake of a super-successful film, director Rohit Shetty ensures that he keeps a tight rein on the writing of the film throughout those 2 + hours. Oh yes, the hero is spotlessly white and the villain, all black, but despite the fact that you know it all, there's no boring or humdrum moment at all. In fact, the drama and also the execution of the written material keeps you completely hooked to the proceedings. Also, Rohit proves that he can deliver a masala flick with as much ease and proficiency as he can deliver a slapstick comic caper.

I'd like to make a special mention of the action scenes [designed by Rohit Shetty and executed by Jai Singh]. At a time when most film-makers opt for action directors from abroad for gadget-driven thrills, SINGHAM goes for the desi flavor and it works luminously. The raw, hardcore action is easily amongst the high points of the movie. On many occasions than one, you have your hearts in your mouths while watching the scenes and what makes it really special is the fact that Ajay has done those death-defying and hazardous stunts himself.

For any good versus evil film to click, it ought to have the protagonist and the antagonist on the same podium. In SINGHAM too, it's not just the hero who's powerful and mighty; the villain is equally ferocious. That's what makes the conflict all the more enjoyable -- it's a fight of the equals. Besides the sequences involving them, a number of dramatic sequences leave an indelible impression. Like the sequence when Ajay bashes up the goons who misbehave with Kaajal in a movie theatre. Also, the sequence between Ajay and the minister [Anant Jog] is terrific. And, of course, the finale, which is simply outstanding. The writing [screenplay: Yunus Sajawal], in a nutshell, is aimed at the masses and works big time.

But even roses have thorns and the aspect that doesn't really gel is the romance between Ajay and Kaajal. In fact, the romance-and-song routine comes across as a road block and mind you, it has nothing to do with the lack of chemistry between the two actors. It's because the drama is so powerful, commanding and omnipotent that you want every other aspect to be sidetracked. Ajay-Atul, who came up with a lilting soundtrack in the Marathi film NATARANG, don't get the opportunity to deliver a sparkling soundtrack in SINGHAM. Yet, the title track [rendered with a lot of fervor by Sukhwinder] is the sole track that works. Dudley's cinematography is eye-catching. Farhad-Sajid's dialogue are the icing on the cake, especially during the confrontational moments. I'd like to make a special note of Amar Mohile's effectual background score. It deserves immense praise!

The title means 'Lion' and Ajay is in the centre of the battle between good and evil. The embodiment of screen masculinity, Ajay enacts the central character of a righteous, hardhearted cop with flourish. He brings alive on screen a larger-than-life hero character with determined conviction, which renders you thunderstruck. One of the few actors who underplays his part admirably, he returns to the over-the-top-action genre of films with this one. In a nutshell, his performance plays a pivotal role in carrying the film to the winning post.

Kaajal doesn't really get much of an opportunity to prove her talent and the film cannot be regarded as an ideal Bollywood debut for her. However, it's not the amount of screen space that she gets, but it's all about the quality work she delivers in that much time and space. This may be an out-and-out Ajay-Prakash Raj film, but she makes her presence felt nonetheless. Prakash Raj is simply marvelous and in fact, walks shoulder to shoulder with Ajay in dramatic scenes. The film has a number of actors in supporting roles and the ones who register the maximum impact are Sonali Kulkarni, Ashok Saraf and Govind Namdev. Amongst negative characters, Ashok Samarth, Murli Sharma and Anant Jog are most effective. Sudhanshu Pandey leaves a mark in a cameo. Sachin Khedekar's comedy track doesn't work at all.

On the whole, SINGHAM is a full-on masala film that works big time for varied reasons: The energetic drama, the terrific confrontations, the raw stunts and of course, for the three 'heroes' -- Ajay Devgn, Prakash Raj and director Rohit Shetty. It's a complete package of entertainment for the masses and devoted fans of masala movies. This one is sure to roar at the box-office. It has Blockbuster written all over it!


Google plus vs Facebook

Todays world is all about marketing a product and yourself with social media and networking and for that FACEBOOK is now a synonyms again GOOGLE a internet giant with search engine, Gmail blogger etc has its own reputation and users and its all an all business so GOOGLE also wanna put hands once again with social networking site (now in beta invitation release) called GOOGLE+ with core idea of Facebook and Twitter(a successful social networking giants) altogether with more privacy concern and the 10 at a time video chat new features to compete with facebook here is some comparison between GOogle+ and Facebook.

The PROS of Google+ over Facebook

Google+ provides better privacy and well layered grouping – Circles
Google+ does not have annoying applications like facebook (may be yet)
Google+ combines facebook and twitter together when the main features are concerned
Google+ is simple and sweet – May be just because it is new
Google+ uses the google chat for chatting. It is much better than facebook chat
Google hangout is far better than the Facebook video chat

The CONS of Google+ over Facebook

Google+ lacks some features that facebook has (Since it’s new and beta)
Google+ does not have anything special for a typical facebook freak who does not care much about privacy
Google+ does not have an own powerful branding as a social network (It’s a sub-product of google and not a mere social network brand like “facebook”) However, this is how it could be released because a unique branding is too weeker to compete facebook


How We Do A Physical Network..A Guide Through[CH-2]

Here, I give you a concept of doing cabling for network and its significance with simple pin-out diagrams of the two types of UTP Ethernet cables and watch how committees can make a can of worms out of them. Here are the diagrams:

Note that the TX (transmitter) pins are connected to corresponding RX (receiver) pins, plus to plus and minus to minus. And that you must use a crossover cable to connect units with identical interfaces. If you use a straight-through cable, one of the two units must, in effect, perform the cross-over function.

Two wire color-code standards apply: EIA/TIA 568A and EIA/TIA 568B. The codes are commonly depicted with RJ-45 jacks as follows (the view is from the front of the jacks):

If we apply the 568A color code and show all eight wires, our pin-out looks like this:Note that pins 4, 5, 7, and 8 and the blue and brown pairs are not used in either standard. Quite contrary to what you may read elsewhere, these pins and wires are not used or required to implement 100BASE-TX duplexing--they are just plain wasted.
However, the actual cables are not physically that simple. In the diagrams, the orange pair of wires are not adjacent. The blue pair is upside-down. The right ends match RJ-45 jacks and the left ends do not. If, for example, we invert the left side of the 568A "straight"-thru cable to match a 568A jack--put one 180° twist in the entire cable from end-to-end--and twist together and rearrange the appropriate pairs, we get the following can-of-worms:
This further emphasizes, I hope, the importance of the word "twist" in making network cables which will work. You cannot use an flat-untwisted telephone cable for a network cable. Furthermore, you must use a pair of twisted wires to connect a set of transmitter pins to their corresponding receiver pins. You cannot use a wire from one pair and another wire from a different pair. Keeping the above principles in mind, we can simplify the diagram for a 568A straight-thru cable by untwisting the wires, except the 180° twist in the entire cable, and bending the ends upward. Likewise, if we exchange the green and orange pairs in the 568A diagram we will get a simplified diagram for a 568B straight-thru cable. If we cross the green and orange pairs in the 568A diagram we will arrive at a simplified diagram for a crossover cable. All three are shown below.

How We Do A Physical Network..A Guide Through[CH-1]

At Beggining: This Topic To Make You Simplified How To Make Two kinds of cables which can be used to network two or more computers together to form quick and simple home or small office local area networks (LANs). These instructions can also be used to make patch cables for networks with more complex infrastructure wiring.

The two most common unshielded twisted-pair (UTP) network standards are the10 Mhz 10BASE-T Ethernet and the 100Mhz 100BASE-TX Fast Ethernet. The 100BASE-TX standard is quickly becoming the predominant LAN standard. If you are starting from scratch, to build a small home or office network, this is clearly the standard you should choose. This will help you how to make cables which will work with both standards.

In Summery: A Local Area Network[LAN] can be as simple as two computers, each having a network interface card (NIC) or network adapter and running network software, connected together with a crossover cable.

The next step up would be a network consisting of three or more computers and a hub. Each of the computers is plugged into the hub with a STRAIGHT cable (the crossover function is performed by the hub).

A Mothers Love

A little boy came up to his mother in the kitchen one evening while she was fixing supper, and handed her a piece of paper that he had been writing on. After his Mom dried her hands on an apron, she read it, and this is what it said:

For cutting the grass: $5.00
For cleaning up my room this week: $1.00
For going to the store for you: $.50
Baby-sitting my kid brother while you went shopping: $.25
Taking out the garbage: $1.00
For getting a good report card: $5.00
For cleaning up and raking the yard: $2.00
Total owed: $14.75
Well, his mother looked at him standing there, and the boy could see the memories flashing through her mind. She picked up the pen, turned over the paper he'd written on, and this is what she wrote:

For the nine months I carried you while you were growing inside me:
No Charge

For all the nights that I've sat up with you, doctored and prayed for you:
No Charge

For all the trying times, and all the tears that you've caused through the years:
No Charge

For all the nights that were filled with dread, and for the worries I knew were ahead:
No Charge

For the toys, food, clothes, and even wiping your nose:
No Charge

Son, when you add it up, the cost of my love is:
No Charge.

When the boy finished reading what his mother had written, there were big tears in his eyes, and he looked straight at his mother and said, "Mom, I sure do love you." And then he took the pen and in great big letters he wrote: "PAID IN FULL".



Chakras are power centers in form of revolving vortices of colors that are distributed throughout the body. I work with the 20 predominate chakras; though there are hundreds of chakras in our bodies. The best way to describe chakras are they are our etheric bodies....they are the part of us that is the bridge that links us between Earth to Heaven .

The word chakra is Sanskrit for wheel or disk. There are 7 principle chakras, 4 secondary chakras, 1 etheric chakra, 8 minor chakras, and hundreds of lessor chakras throughout the body. The Indian yogis see the 7 principle chakras as small, dully colored disks, usually about the size of a flat orange, located in the astral bodies of people. Each of the 7 principle chakras signifies one of seven basic energy centers of the astral body. These energy centers correlates to major nerves branching forth from the spinal column. In addition, the chakras also correlate to levels of consciousness, archetypal elements, developmental stages of life, colors, sounds, body functions, and more.

The secondary, etheric and minor chakras are seen about the size of a flat ping pong ball. The lessor chakras about the size of a quarter.
See below for more info on these chakras.

These wheels/disks (our chakras, which are our etheric bodies) are in constant motion and need to be for our own well being. There constant motion is imperative to our well being. If they are damaged, cracked or tilted then they need balancing/alignment and/or cleansed.

A chakra can become damaged, cracked or tilted out of alignment with the energy channel (you). Generally this is caused by psychological stress and/or trauma, which may be brought on by events or feelings; even those which we regard as 'positive' as well as by those we regard as 'negative'. Anything that disturbs a person's normal functioning energy flow has the potential to also disturb chakras as well. Both physical and psychological problems can result in blockage of the energy flow. For example; a painful memory can become lodged in a chakra, thus distorting or blocking the flow of energy. Another example; being over joyous can disrupt the energy flow, also. Too much excitement at one time disrupts and could block the gentle flow of the chakras' energy.

To find out more about the seven principle chakras within each of our bodies
click on any of the chakras on the diagram

The colors listed for each chakra are in tune with character of chakra when it is cleansed and balanced.

When a chakra is not cleansed or balanced it can produce a variety of colors;
determined by affected it in your life to become unbalanced.

For example, the heart chakra: When it is cleansed and balanced balance, this chakra is green.
However, right after the break up of a relationship the heart chakra will often throw off darker colors.

To learn the affects of the chakras and more details about each chakra:
click the individual chakras on the graphic or click the name of the chakra from the list.

7- Crown Chakra

6- Brow/Third Eye Chakra

5- Throat Chakra

4- Heart Chakra

3- Solar Plexus Chakra

2- Sexual/Spleen Chakra

1- Root Chakra

The Seven Principle Chakras & How They Correlate to the Seven Human Rights....
Each of the seven principle chakras has a basic human right that. If any of these right are infringed up or not expressed it can prove to be problematic for the chakra associated with that basic human right.

ROOT CHAKRA - The right to be here: Simply to exist, take care of ourselves, and have possessions.
SEXUAL/SPLEEN CHAKRA - The right to feel: To express and understand one's emotions, needs, and wants.
SOLAR PLEXUS CHAKRA - The right to act: To be innovative and free.
HEART CHAKRA - The right to love and be loved: Freedom from projected or received prejudice, low self-esteem, and violent conflict. Being the central chakra, if any of the other rights is harmed, the right to love may be harmed as well.
THROAT CHAKRA - The right to speak and hear truth: Transgressions include: not be listened to, family secrets, and not being spoken to honestly.
BROW/THIRD EYE CHAKRA - The right to see: Transgressions include: being told our perception is inaccurate, having things deliberately hidden from us, and having the scope of ones vision denied.
CROWN CHAKRA - The right to know: The right to truth, accurate information, knowledge, and to simply know what's going on. This includes spiritual knowledge and the right to connect with and interpret the divine as one chooses.


Chicken 65

Ingredients:1 lb chicken
1/2 cup yogurt
A pinch of ajinomotto
2-3 tsp soya sauce
3-4 tbsp corn flour
2-3 green chilies
1 tsp ginger-garlic paste
Salt to taste
Red food coloring
Oil for deep frying

  1. Mix the chicken pieces with yogurt, salt and cook the chicken until the pieces are tender and all the water evaporates. Keep the chicken pieces aside.
  2. Mix ajinomotto, soya sauce, corn flour, ginger-garlic paste, red coloring and salt in a vessel and marinate the cooked chicken pieces in it. Marinate for 4-5 hours.
  3. Deep fry the chicken pieces in oil and drain.
  4. Also deep fry the sliced green chilies and decorate on the top of the chicken pieces.



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