Bunch of Loosers…
April 23rd, 2007
Yeah right! If you can’t grab attention anywhere, why not join politics, start campaigning for a party. Atleast you will be on the front page of the newspapers and on the tele for somedays. Remember “Celina Jaitley” a big “flop” can’t act, can’t dance, just can strip, is doing campaign for Congress. The only thing I love in her is her hair. Don't know Why Congress is degrading itself by making these people to campaign for their party?Asrani, Zeenat Aman, also joined Congress. Expressing support for the Congress, Asrani said, "Thode idhar jao, thode udhar jao and baki Congress ke peeche aao."Very funny Asrani ji...Hope people listen to you.


Home remedy to cure dandruff
April 23rd, 2007
Treat dandruff: Mix one tsp hot castor oil, one tsp coconut oil and one tsp til oil. Massage your scalp with this solution. Leave it on for half an hour, and rinse. Follow this routine twice a week. Dandruff cleanser: Soak 2 tsps fenugreek (methi) seeds in water, overnight. The next morning, grind the seeds and apply the paste on your head. Leave it on for half an hour, and rinse with soapnut (reetha), Shikakai or a herbal shampoo. Follow this routine twice a week.


OpenID – Decentralized single sign on system
April 23rd, 2007
More and more websites are now asking the audience to register to access the content of their website. In some of the websites registration process is very simple, just email address is required whereas in some of the cases you have to go through a big list and enter hell lot of unnecessary required informations. OpenID is an excellent initiative to avoid repetitive registration on different websites. Once you create your OpenID, you will never need to go through the registration process again with the sites that support OpenID. What is OpenID?OpenID is an open, decentralized single sign on system with free framework for user-centric digital identity. It starts with a concept that anybody should be able to logon to website using ...


Cheese Chicken Kabab
April 22nd, 2007
6 (100 grams each) boneless chicken breasts, 2 inch cubes1 egg1/2 tbsp caraway seeds (shahi jeera)1/2 tsp green cardamom powder1 tsp green chilli paste2 tbsps ginger-garlic paste1 tbsp chopped fresh coriander leaves1/4 cup roasted chana dal powder1/4 tsp turmeric powder1/4 cup cream1 1/2 cups thick yogurt1 cup processed cheese, gratedSalt to taste7-8 black peppercorns, crushedOil to shallow-fry Break egg into a bowl. Add caraway seeds, green cardamom powder, green chilli paste, ginger-garlic paste, coriander leaves, roasted chana dal powder, turmeric powder, cream and yogurt and mix well. Add cheese, salt, crushed black peppercorns and mix well. Add the chicken cubes and mix. Set aside to marinate for about half an hour. String the chicken cubes onto skewers. Heat a non-stick grill pan. Drizzle ...


Masala Cheese Kachori
April 22nd, 2007
For kachori2 cups refined flour (maida)Salt to taste1/2 tsp soda bicarbonate5 tbsps oil + to deep-fryFor filling1 cup processed cheese, grated2 tbsps oil1 medium onion, chopped1 inch piece ginger, chopped1 tsp coriander seeds1 tsp fennel seeds (saunf)1 tsp cumin powder1 tsp red chilli powder1/2 tsp garam masala powderBlack salt to tasteSalt to taste2 tbsps chopped fresh coriander leaves For stuffing heat oil in a pan. Saute onion and ginger for two minutes. Crush coriander and fennel seeds. Add to the onions. Add cumin powder, red chilli powder, garam masala powder, black salt, salt and mix well. Continue to sauté till soft. Transfer the mixture into a dish. Set aside to cool. When cooled add coriander leaves and cheese and mix. Add salt and ...


Vegetable Quiche
April 22nd, 2007
For the base2 1/2 cups refined flour (maida)1 cup butter, frozenFor filling2 tbsps butter1 tbsp olive oil2 medium onions, sliced3 leeks, sliced10-12 fresh button mushrooms, slicedSalt to taste5-6 black peppercorns, crushed1 medium potato, boiled, 1/2 inch cubesFor custard3 eggs300 ml cream1 cup grated processed cheese Grease an eight-inch pie dish. Sieve flour into a bowl, cut frozen butter into it and rub lightly with fingertips so that the mixture resembles breadcrumbs. Add 1/4 cup of chilled water and gather the flour mixture to form a dough. Do not over handle it. Pack the dough in butter paper and refrigerate for 15-20 minutes. Preheat oven to 180°C. Remove dough from the refrigerator and roll out into one-centimetre thick discs of 10 inches diameter. Place the ...


Hamara Bajaj – Kahan gaye woh din
April 21st, 2007
I have grown up with these ads, loved them when I was young and still love them, keep looking for them on net. These ads had always touched my heart, and I thank million times to the people who upload them. Reload your memories…


Sanjaya Malakar to dine with George Bush
April 21st, 2007
The 17 year old American teen of Indian origin Sanjaya Malakar whose dream to win American Idol has just come to an end will now be a guest of White House and expected to dine with George Bush, continuing the trend set by Shilpa Shetty to dine with CEO of nation after winning the Big Brother. The American Idol contestant Sanjaya Malakar who had grabbed the media attention because of his different hairdos and became the topic of discussion in blogs and forums has been invited to the glittery event by People's magazine. The teen sensation with weak voiced but magical smile  who survived so many elimination and divided the nation into "Love Me" or "Hate Me" contest had ...


Remedy for long, dry and scanty hair
April 20th, 2007
Ironing your hair over a long period of time can cause severe damage, making it dry and rough. Deep condition your hair with a protein-enriched conditioner. For hair growth: Add one tsp lavender oil to a bowl of castor or coconut oil. Heat the mixture, and massage it into your scalp at night. Rinse in the morning.


Chal Meri Ghodi Tik-Tik-Tik
April 20th, 2007
Finally “shaadi ho gayi,” it was doing my heading, everywhere it was just Ash-Abhi getting married. On tele, newspapers and even on radio everywhere it was just Ash-Abhi and their very very private wedding. Bull shit! I thought Bachchan’s are very sensible and down to earth people, but this marriage has opened my eyes, what’s the whole fuss about marriage a private affair. I think middle class people enjoy their wedding more then Bachchan's did. They didn’t invite their neighbours “Rakesh Roshan,” and no Khan was invited, Rajiv and Rita (Jaya's sister)Jaya Bachchan’s real sister and her family was not there, Bachchan’s real Chachaji was not invited. Yeah but the most important man Amar Singh was there, ...


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