Monday, January 26, 2009

Capsicum Pulao...


Ingredients

Capsicum- 1 nos

Mixed vegetables- corn, carrot, beans each little

Masalas :

Cinnamon sticks- 1 nos

Cloves -6nos

Curry leaves -2 nos

Cinnamon powder 1 spoon

Pepper – 1 tsp

Ginger garlic paste 1 tsp

Coconut milk one cup

Basmati rice 1 bowl

Procedure:

Bowl the basmati rice along with the masala’s well. After the rice I well cooked take a kadai and add the chopped onions to the oil. Fry well after that add ginger garlic paste and little pepper and cinnamon powder and capsicum and fry a little add the rice and mix the contents well. And coconut milk to the rice and cook till all the milk gets absorbed.

Serve hot.

Friday, January 16, 2009

Mainframe facts.....!!!!!

1. The mainframes hold approximately " 70 % " of the entire data stored in this planet
2. The latest ones can support over 25,000 users
3. They can support devices spread over 26 miles using fibre optics
4. The size of the "basic" OS is about 14 GB
5. This OS comes in about 57 magnetic tapes, But latest with 4 tapes
6. It takes ATLEAST a month to install and customize a basic mainframe OS configuration
7. It takes around 3 full days for a mainframe to get up and running
8. Basic configuration for development environment costs 8 crores (hardware + Software)
9. A full team of qualified system operators are always required to be on stand by to ensure successful operation
10. Earlier mainframes were provided with cooling pipes through which cold water was passed to cool the system - TCS have one in Chennai facility
11. Recent mainframes have variable speed fans in the cabinet to keep it cool
12. Have u ever heard of a mainframe system being hacked??? Mainframes are one of the most secure data installations ever
13. You cannot buy the mainframe OS, but u'll have to pay a license to
use it. The cost?? cool ......1.5 crores a year.
14. Finally, mainframes today r the most preferred data servers for even the most hi-fi of the organizations!
15. So far no virus has atta
cked Mainframes

Resume... interesting..!!!!

Hey guys look at this CV and innovation of this chap.

This guy posted his resume as a musical on the net
and he really got
hired by
Microsoft graphics team. This is amazing
stuff.....The man who
prepared this CV received job offers from 180
companies
; More than
1,000,000 ppl have viewed this CV...


http://www.paradoxware.com/alstudio/cv/en.htm

Tuesday, January 13, 2009

Pongal....


Ingredients
» 1 cup Rice
» 1/4 cup Moong dal
» /2- 1 tsp jeera
» 1/2-1 tsp peppercorns
» 1/2 tsp pepper powdered fresh
» A few Cashewnuts broken
» 1/2 cup dessicated Coconut
» A pinch of Turmeric powder
» Ghee

Method
1. Fry the Moongdal a little till you get a light flavour.
2. Mix the dal with the rice, add 2 -3 cups of water (the rice should cook very very soft)
3. Add turmeric powder, coconut, a few peppercorns and a 1-2 tsp of ghee to the rice and pressure cook till done.
4. When done, take a kadai add sufficient of Ghee to it, more the ghee better it tastes, add jeera, pepper corns and cashewnuts.
5. Add the cooked rice mixture, add pepper powder, salt and mix well with the ghee and jeera/cashewnuts.

The pongal is ready!!! you can add some more ghee at the end if you need. It is best eaten fresh and Hot!!, You can serve it with Coconut Chutney, or Onion/Tomato Raita.

Monday, January 12, 2009

Rahman becomes the first Indian to win the prestigious Gloden Globe award! - Slumdog Millionaire.


Rahman has won the Gloden Globe award for his Best Original Music Score in Slumdog Millionaire. This movie had won awards in four categories,including Best film and Best Original Score (A R Rahman).Jai Ho is the song for which the award for Best Original Music Score was awarded and the lyrics ppenned by lyricist Gulzar.'Slumdog' is based on a novel by Indian diplomat Vikash Swarup and stars Bollywood actors Anil Kapoor and Irrfan Khan in lead among others.The film has been shot at various locations in Mumbai including railway station Victoria Terminus, which was a targetted by terrorists on November 26, last year.

Monday, January 5, 2009

Guess the answer...!!!!!!!


Once there was a bus conductor, who was very rude to his
Passengers. One day a beautiful young girl, of around 18 years, tried to
board the bus, but he didn't stop the bus.

Unfortunately the beautiful young girl came under the bus and
died on the spot. Angry passengers took the conductor to the police
station, who in turn took him to the court.

The judge was not at all impressed with him and gave him
capital punishment.

He was taken to the electrocution chamber. There was a single
chair in the center of the room and a single banana peel at one corner
of the room. The conductor was strapped to the chair and high voltage
current was given to him. But to everyone's amazement, he survived. The
judge decided to set him free, and he returned to his profession.

After a few months, this time, a good looking middle aged
woman tried to board the bus but the conductor didn't stop the bus.
Unfortunately, this time also, the good looking middle aged woman came
under the bus and died on the spot.

Again angry passengers took him to the police station, who in
turn took him to the court. The judge took one look at the conductor and
gave him capital punishment. The Bus conductor was taken to the same
electrocution chamber where there was a single chair in the center of
the room and a single banana peel at one corner of the room. He was
strapped to the chair and high voltage current was given to him. This
time also to everyone's amazement, he survived. The judge decided to set
him free, and he returned to his profession.

A couple of months later, an elderly gentleman tried to board
the bus. This time the Bus conductor, remembering his earlier
experiences, stopped the bus. Unfortunately the elderly gentleman
slipped and died due to his injuries. The conductor was taken to the
police station and then to the court, to the same judge. Though he
hadn't done anything wrong, but considering his past record the judge
decided to set an example and gave him capital punishment. The Bus
conductor was again taken to the same electrocution chamber where
there was a single chair in the center of the room and a single banana
peel at one corner of the room. He was strapped to the chair and high
voltage current was given to him. This time he died instantly
!!!!!!!!!!!

The question is why didn't he die on the first two occasions,
but died instantly the third time??

Try to solve it yourselves. This is rather interesting and
answer is Perfectly logical. If necessary read the puzzle once again.

Still you couldn't, Then see below....... ..


think hard




common yaar........ .....



tired....


wanna know the answer????




ok........ here is the Answer...... ......



During the first two times, the conductor was a Bad Conductor,
therefore electricity didn't pass through him. But during the third
time, he was a good conductor, so electricity passed through him freely
and he died!!!!!!!!





hahahahahaha !!!!!!!!

Obviously you gotta revise your science chapter on Electricity ???

COOL...!!!!!!!!


JMET results 2009...!!!!

Joint Management Entrance Test(JMET) Exam results for 2009 are been announced on 5th January
check out your result in the site below

http://www.gate.iitb.ac.in/jmet2k9/

All the best...!!!!!

Saturday, January 3, 2009

Anna university results nov 2008..!!!!!

Anna university results nov 2008 is likely to be announced on January 22nd or towards feb first week...
So check out the result in the below site...
www.worldcolleges.com/annaresults/231124.doc

All the best......

Facts unknown about bar codes!!!!!!!!!!


Nowadays you can find every other product we purchase has a bar code giving the information’s about it. One such information is the country name of the product. Bar codes are generally of the form 690.691.692.234 the first 3 digits indicates the country which is the manufacturer of the product. So here are some of the codes of the countries.

471 is Made in Taiwan 50: United Kingdom 520: Greece 528: Lebanon
529: Cyprus 531: Macedonia 535: Malta 539: Ireland
590: Poland 560: Portugal 5 69: Iceland 57: Denmark 599:Hungary 594: Romania 57: Denmark
609: Mauritius 611: Morocco 613: Algeria 619: Tunisia
00-13: USA & Canada 30-37: France 40-44: Germany
45: Japan (also 49) 46: Russian Federation 471: Taiwan 474: Estonia
475: Latvia 477: Lithuania 479: Sri Lanka 480: Philippines
482: Ukraine 484: Moldova 485: Armenia 486: Georgia
487: Kazakhstan 489: Hong Kong 49: Japan (JAN-13) 622: Egypt
625: Jordan 626: Iran 64: Finland 690-692: China
70: Norway 729: Israel 73: Sweden 740: Guatemala
741: El Salvador 742: Honduras 743: Nicaragua 744: Costa Rica
746: Dominican Republic 750: Mexico 759: Venezuela 76: Switzerland
770: Colombia 773: Uruguay 775: Peru 777: Bolivia
779: Argentina 780: Chile 784: Paraguay 785: Peru
786: Ecuador 789: Brazil 80 - 83: Italy 84: Spain 850: Cuba
858: Slovakia 859: Czech Republic 860: Yugoslavia 869: Turkey
87: Netherlands 880: South Korea 885: Thailand 888: Singapore
890: India 893: Vietnam 899: Indonesia 90 & 91: Austria 93: Australia
94: New Zealand 955: Malaysia 977: International Standard Serial Number for Periodicals (ISSN)
20-29: In-Store Functions 600 & 601: South Africa
z978: International Standard Book Numbering (ISBN)
979: International Standard Music Number (ISMN)
980: Refund receipts
981 & 982: Common Currency Coupons
99: Coupons

We really got to check where the things are produced.
So please spread the words to everyone.... ..



Thursday, January 1, 2009

Guess what they are....

Guess what are they.......
Science project model.......

NEWS paper and tea cups ah......



Maps...............

Laptops...........

Not at all is new year season isnt it sooooo cakes to celebrate and welcome the new year with a smile........
Happy New Year.....!!!!

latest trends!!!!!!