Saturday, December 29, 2007


शनिवार का दिन हो, सर्दी की सुबह हो, बाहर घना कोहरा हो, एक हाथ मे पत्रिका ओर दुसरे हाथ में गर्म गर्म Cappuccino का कप हो वाह! लाईफ हो तो ऐसी हो।

One cup of 1% or skim milk

A teaspoon of sugar

A cup and a half of strong brewed coffee

1) After your coffee has brewed, combine the sugar & milk and heat it in your microwave for 2 minutes at the highest setting.

2) Next, whip the heated milk/sugar mix in your blender for about one minute until it's a fluffy foam.

3) Fill your cup two thirds full with the coffee and top it off with your heated froth.


Tuesday, December 25, 2007

Mrs. king Khan, Vogue's cover girl

Shah Rukh Khan has every reason to preen. No, it doesn't have anything to do with his six packs. Rather, it's his wife Gauri Khan who is the center of attention.
The mother of two has been chosen as the cover girl of Vogue India for its January edition.
The pictures were shot against the eight-floor extension of the Khans' sprawling home, Mannat.
'This is not my profession,' Gauri said. 'It has to be something really new and unusual to make me want to do something like this. I did enjoy the shoot but to be honest, I wouldn't do it very often."
"This collaboration between Gauri and Vogue India is a natural fit," says Priya Tanna, Editor Vogue India. "It is her first solo cover and a coup of sorts for Vogue. That she is stylish, enigmatic, and poised is known, but at the shoot we saw another side of her, that of a cover girl. Even in the frames she shares with Shah Rukh she holds her own impressively. She offers delightful peeks into her life, her wardrobe and her man. Gauri is a true Voguette."
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Monday, December 24, 2007

आजकल मेरे बलोग का रुप कुछ बदला हे आप लोगो ने यह नोट किया या नही पर मेरे आर्टिकल भी कुछ बदले बदले से हैं। आप लोगो ने तो सुना ही होगा कि प्यार हवा मे होता है बस महसुस करने कि देर है ओर यह सर्दीयो का प्यारा मोसम क्रिसमस कि सजावट ऐसे मे किसी को किसी से प्यार केसे ना हो। (यह सब पढकर अगर आप सब को यह लगता है कि मुझे यह रोग लग गया है तो नही भाई प्यार कि इज्जत करना ओर प्यार होना यह मेरे लिए तो अलग अलग बातें है)। तो यह गाना उन सब लोगो के लिए जो प्यार मे हे या कभी किसी से प्यार किया था अगर नही भी तब भी।

एक हसींन निगाह का दिल पे साया हे
जादु हे जुनून हे केसी माया हे
ये माया हे

पांव के तले कभी दिल पडा मिले अगर
चूम के उठाइए, खूभ देखभालकर
जो कोइ पूछ ले तो क्या, राह से उठाया हे
एक हसींन निगाह का दिल पे साया हे…
तेरी नीली आँखो के भंवर बडे हसींन हे
डुब जाने दो मुझे यह ख्वाबो कि जमींन हे
उठा दो अपनी पलकों को, यह पर्दा क्यों गिराया हे
एक हसींन निगाह का दिल पे साया हे…

चली गई जो मनचली पुकारुन्गा गली गली
वो लेके दिल मेरी जिन्दगी चली चली उधर चली
वो रुठी रुठी रहती हे बहुत बहुत मनाया हे
एक हसींन निगाह का दिल पे साया हे…

Friday, December 21, 2007

ek Universal fact.

प्रिय साथी भाई, बहन…..। जबसे मेने यह आरटिल पढा है मेरी हसीं नही रुक पा रही है। लडके कितने ऊतसुक होते हैं लडिकयो के विषय में जानकारी प्राप्‍त करने के लिए इसका अंदाजा अब में थोडा-थोडा लगा सकती हुँ। वैसे यह एक नया विषय हो सकता है Phd करने के लिए। (ok don’t mind my male bloger friends). पर यह अखण्ड सत्य है। boys will be boys. पर आपको यह जानकार खुशी भी होगी इसमे जो लिखा है काफी हद तक सच हैं।

Ladkiyan re Ladkiya . .

If we treat her nice she says "yaar mujhe line de raha hai"

If we dont she says "kitna akarta hai"

If we dress nicely she says "mujhe impress karna chahta hai"

If we dont she says "tasteless hai yaar"

If we argue with her she says "ziddi hai"

If we sit quietly she says "dumb hai"

If we act smarter she'll lose her brain as u r insulting her

If she acts smarter she thinks its her right

If we dont love her she says "is ka to pehle se hi 2,3 ladkiyon ka saath chakkar hai"

If we love her she says "peechhe hi pad gayaa hai"

If we dont tell her ur prob she says " u r not honest 2 me"

If u do tell to her she says "u r a problem child"

If we scold her she says "you act like a grandpa giving lecture"

If she scolds us she says "Yaar, its becoz i care"

If we break a promise she says "She does not trust u any more"

If she breaks she says "jaan main majboor thi....

ladkiyan re ladkiya . .bechare boys itna sab seh ke b chup chap rehte hain ....!!!!!

Thursday, December 20, 2007


Women Trafficking in Nepal:
The Constitution of the government of Nepal has guarantee the right of equality to women, however discrimination and problems against women manifest in a number of ways in Nepal. Age-old patriarchal value system, social and cultural practices have crippled the women in many says. Women are treated as a commodity since a long-time. They are regarded as second-class citizen and discriminated against in social, cultural, economic and political fronts as well. They are so oppressed, exploited and dominated that they only play the stereotype role in the entire society. The trafficking of women is more serious and deep-rooted problem in Nepal........
It is estimated that more than 150,000 innocent rural women and girl children are trafficked to Indian brothels and cities alone for commercial sex. Numbers of girl children and women become victims of sexual abuse, including rape inside the country. Since the Rana's despotic family rule, rural girl children were brought to cities for their housework or midwife. As they grown up, they were being sexually exploited and in the past many among them were settled with their livelihood too. This practice lured the rural poor indigenous people to send their innocent girls for away even India for the purpose of housework. With the pace of time, the problem spread over acutely, chronically, inhumanly and barbarously. It is estimated that every year 5000 to 7000 Nepalese girl children are trafficked to India alone. These facts and factors made Nepal as a country of facing the acute women trafficking problems.

Wednesday, December 19, 2007

there was................

Hi friends I know may be you heard this short story before. But this is some Thing I like so here it is.

There was a blind girl who hated every body except her boyfriend. They became friends through telephone. Once he asked her,” will u marry me?” she answered," if I get my eyesight back, I’ll marry u". After some days somebody donated her 2 eyes. She rushed to see her boyfriend and realized that he was blind. he asked,” Will u marry me now". She said,” no I can't". He walked away sadly saying, "take care of my eyes"..............

Sunday, December 16, 2007

How to say I Love You in 100 Languages

Hi friends. Today I am searching something on net and I just found this. I know many of you need this. So here it is hope its work for you.

English - I love you

Afrikaans - Ek het jou lief

Albanian - Te dua

Arabic - Ana behibak (to male)

Arabic - Ana behibek (to female)

Armenian - Yes kez sirumem Thank you Ani!

Bambara - M'bi fe

Bengali - Ami tomake bhalobashi (pronounced: Amee toe-ma-kee bhalo-bashee)

Belarusian - Ya tabe kahayu

Bisaya - Nahigugma ako kanimo

Bulgarian - Obicham te

Cambodian - Soro lahn nhee ah

Cantonese Chinese - Ngo oiy ney a

Catalan - T'estimoCherokee - Tsi ge yu i (Thanks Nancy!)

Cheyenne - Ne mohotatse

Chichewa - Ndimakukonda

Corsican - Ti tengu caru (to male)

Cree - Kisakihitin (Thanks Shirley!)

Creol - Mi aime jou

Croatian - Volim te

Czech - Miluji te

Danish - Jeg Elsker Dig

Dutch - Ik hou van jou

Elvish - Amin mela lle (from The Lord of The Rings, by J.R.R. Tolkien)

Esperanto - Mi amas vin

Estonian - Ma armastan sind

Ethiopian - Afgreki'

Faroese - Eg elski teg

Farsi - Doset daram

Filipino - Mahal kita

Finnish - Mina rakastan sinua

French - Je t'aime, Je t'adore

Frisian - Ik h�ld fan dy

Gaelic - Ta gra agam ort

Georgian - Mikvarhar

German - Ich liebe dichGreek - S'agapo

Gujarati - Hoo thunay prem karoo choo

Hiligaynon - Palangga ko ikaw

Hawaiian - Aloha Au Ia`oe

Hebrew (Thanks Lilach)Hebrew to male: "ani ohev otcha" (said by male) "Ohevet ot'cha" (said by female)

Hebrew to female: "ani ohev otach" (said by male) "ohevet Otach" (said by female)

Hiligaynon - Guina higugma ko ikaw

Hindi - Hum Tumhe Pyar Karte hae

Hmong - Kuv hlub koj

Hopi - Nu' umi unangwa'ta

Hungarian - Szeretlek(Thanks D�ra!)

Icelandic - Eg elska tig

Ilonggo - Palangga ko ikaw

Indonesian - Saya cinta padamu

Inuit - Negligevapse

Irish - Taim i' ngra leat

Italian - Ti amo

Japanese - Aishiteruoranata ga daisuki desu

Kannada - Naanu ninna preetisuttene

Kapampangan - Kaluguran daka

Kiswahili - Nakupenda

Konkani - Tu magel moga cho

Korean - Sarang HeyoorNanun tangshinul sarang hamnida

Latin - Te amo

Latvian - Es tevi miilu

Lebanese - Bahibak

Lithuanian - Tave myliu

Luxembourgeois - Ech hun dech g�er

Macedonian - Te Sakam

Malay - Saya cintakan mu / Aku cinta padamu

Malayalam - Njan Ninne Premikunnu

Maltese - Inhobbok

Mandarin Chinese - Wo ai ni

Marathi - Me tula prem karto

Mohawk - Kanbhik

Moroccan - Ana moajaba bik

Nahuatl - Ni mits neki

Navaho - Ayor anosh'ni

Norwegian - Jeg Elsker Deg

Pandacan - Syota na kita!!

Pangasinan - Inaru Taka

Papiamento - Mi ta stimabo

Persian - Doo-set daaram

Pig Latin - Iay ovlay ouyay

Polish - Kocham Ciebie

Portuguese - Eu te amo

Romanian - Te iubesc

Russian - Ya tebya liubliu

Scot Gaelic - Tha gra\dh agam ort

Serbian - Volim te

Setswana - Ke a go rata

Sign Language - ,\,,/ (represents position of fingers when signing'I Love You')

Sindhi - Maa tokhe pyar kendo ahyan

Sioux - Techihhila

Slovak - Lu`bim ta

Slovenian - Ljubim te

Spanish - Te quiero / Te amo

Swahili - Ninapenda wewe

Swedish - Jag alskar dig

Swiss-German - Ich lieb Di

Surinam - Mi lobi joe

Tagalog - Mahal kita

Taiwanese - Wa ga ei li

Tahitian - Ua Here Vau Ia Oe

Tamil - Nan unnai kathalikaraen

Telugu - Nenu ninnu premistunnanu

Thai - Chan rak khun (to male)

Thai - Phom rak khun (to female)

Thai (informal) Rak te (thx CAF!)

Turkish - Seni Seviyorum

Ukrainian - Ya tebe kahayu

Urdu - mai aap say pyaar karta hoo

Vietnamese - Anh ye^u em (to female)

Vietnamese - Em ye^u anh (to male)

Welsh - 'Rwy'n dy garu di

Yiddish - Ikh hob dikh

Yoruba - Mo ni fe

Friday, December 14, 2007

yehii vo jagah hai.................

Hi guys, first of all as you know my English is not so good so I am going to write little in English and Hindi so don’t mind. Today I am going to post a song (lyrics). About this song I only heard this song in E-Kapoor’s drama Kashoti zingdi…. I just love this song. I never see this film our song. I search on net I didn’t find mp3. I just find this lyric. You know what if you’re music lover and didn’t hear this song then you really miss something good.

Film name: Yeh Raat Phir Na Aayegi

yehii vo jagah hai, yehii vo fizaa hai
yahin par kabhi aap hamase mile the
inhen ham bhala kis tarah bhul jayen
yahin par kabhi aap hamase mile the
yehi vo jagah hai ...

yahin par mera hath, hathon mein lekar
kabhi nai bichhadane ka, vada kiya tha
sada ke liye ho gae ham tumhare
gale se laga kar hamen ye kaha tha
kabhi kam na hongi hamari vafaen
yahin par kabhi aap hamase mile the
yehi vo jagah hai ...

yahin par vafa ka, naya rang bhar ke
banai thi chahat ki, tasavir tumane
yahin ki baharon se, phuion ko chun kar
sanvari thi ulafat ki, taqadir tumane
vo dil apako yad kaise dilaye
yahin par kabhi aap hamase mile the
yehi vo jagah hai ...

Thursday, December 13, 2007

Palak paneer

1/2 kg
100 grams
3 tbsp.
Bay leaves
Cumin seeds

1 tsp.
Salt to taste

Black pepper powder
1/4 tsp.
Ginger-garlic paste
3/4 tsp.
Green chilli paste
1/2 tsp.
Garam Masala Powder

1 tsp.
Vegetable oil as required

Mix ginger-garlic paste, green chilli paste and some water with spinach. Pressure cook it for about 7-8 minutes (just before the first whistle).
Cut paneer into small cubes. Keep 3 cubes separately for decoration.
Heat oil in a pan. Fry the paneer pieces on 'medium' heat till they turn slightly brown. Set the paneer pieces aside.
Heat 2 tbsp. of butter. Fry bay leaves and cumin seeds. Add chopped onion. Fry until the onions become pink.
Add salt, black pepper powder, garam masala. Stir well.
Add paneer and cooked spinach (grinded). Mix well.
Put palak paneer in a baking tray .
Add rest of the butter. Bake for 1/2 hour at 180 deg C.

Grate the paneer kept aside for decoration. Decorate. Palak paneer is ready to serve.

Wednesday, December 12, 2007


This is especially for dog lovers who want to know more about there pet.

A Pug is a toy dog breed with a wrinkly face and medium-small body. Pug puppies are often called puglets. The word "pug" may have come from the Old English Pugg, which was an affectionate term for a playful little devil or monkey. The breed is often summarized as multum in parvo ("much in little"), describing the Pug's great personality and small size.
The stern expression of the Pug belies its true sense of fun. Pugs are very sociable dogs, and usually stubborn about certain things, but they are playful, charming, clever and are known to succeed in dog obedience skills. Pugs are sensitive to the tone of a human voice, so harsh punishment is generally unnecessary. While Pugs usually get along well with other dogs and pets, they generally prefer the company of humans and require a great deal of human attention; they may become slightly anxious or agitated if their owner ignores them or does not play with them; however some may occupy themselves when the owner is away. In general, they are very attentive dogs, always at their owner's feet, in their lap, or following them from room to room.

Because Pugs lack longer snouts and prominent
skeletal brow ridges, they are susceptible to eye injuries such as puncture wounds and scratched corneas and painful Entropion. Also, the compact nature of their breathing passageways can cause problems such as difficulty breathing. Furthermore, dogs regulate their temperature through evaporation from the tongue. Because of the problems Pugs have with breathing, in conjunction with how all dogs regulate their temperature, Pugs may have trouble controlling their temperature. Pugs are bred to be indoor pets only, and must not be left outside in temperatures over 80 degrees Fahrenheit, despite loving to "sunbathe", and should never be left inside cars on hot days.
Pugs living a mostly sedentary life can be prone to
obesity. Therefore, it is important for Pug owners to make sure their pets have regular exercise and a healthy diet.
Pugs can also suffer from a chronic form of
granulomatous meningoencephalitis (an inflammation of the brain) specific to the breed called Pug Dog Encephalitis (PDE). There is no known cause or cure for PDE, although it is believed to be an inherited disease. All dogs tend to either die or are euthanised within a few months after the onset of clinical signs.
Pugs, along with other brachycephalic dogs (e.g.
boxers, bulldogs), are also prone to hemivertebrae. The screwtail is an example of a hemivertebrae, but when it occurs in others areas of the spine it can be devastating, causing such severe paralysis that euthanasia is a serious recommendation.
The Pug, like other short-shouted breeds, has an elongated palate. When excited, they are prone to a "reverse sneeze" where the dog will quickly and seemingly laboriously, gasp and snort. This is caused by fluid or debris getting caught under the palate and irritating the throat or limiting breathing. "Reverse sneezing" episodes will not hurt a Pug, but it will scare the dog, and maybe its owners, a good deal. The quickest way to stop these episodes is to talk to them calmly and gently rub the throat to induce swallowing Otherwise, the reverse sneezing will usually resolve on its own. It is important that future and present pug owners recognize this phenomenon as a pathological symptom rather than value it as a seemingly endearing behavioral pattern.
Most Pugs are born via
cesarean section.] Some breeders watch over an expecting pug for the last 3 weeks of her pregnancy as the mother, due to her pushed in face and jaw is unable to break the birth sack when the pups are born, so the human must do this for her.
As Pugs have many wrinkles in their faces, owners must take special care to clean inside the creases, as irritation and infection can result from improper care. Pugs also need to have their claws trimmed regularly and should only be bathed as needed, as this takes essential oils off the skin and fur.
Pugs are one of several breeds that are more susceptible to
Demodectic mange, also known as Demodex. This condition is caused by a weakened immune system, and it is a minor problem for many young Pugs. It is easily treatable. Some Pugs, however, are especially susceptible to the condition, and will present with a systemic form of the condition. This vulnerability is thought to be genetic, and good breeders will avoid breeding dogs who have had this condition.
Pugs can be expected to live from about 10 to 15 years. Exercise such as
swimming helps pugs enjoy life and live longer because it is easy on their delicate joints.

Tuesday, December 11, 2007

My first love DELHI part- 4


Schools and higher educational institutions in Delhi are administered either by the Directorate of Education, the NCT government, or private organizations. In 2004–05, there were 2,515 primary, 635 middle, 504 secondary and 1,208 senior secondary schools in Delhi. That year, the higher education institutions in the city included 165 colleges, among them five medical colleges and eight engineering colleges, six universities—DU, JNU, GGSIPU, JMI, IGNOU and Jamia Hamdard, —and nine deemed universities.. GGSIPU is the only state university; IGNOU is for open/distance learning; the rest are all central universities.
Private schools in Delhi—which employ either English or Hindi as the language of instruction—are affiliated to one of two administering bodies: the Indian Certificate of Secondary Education (ICSE) and the Central Board for Secondary Education (CBSE). In 2004–05, approximately 15.29 lakh (1.529 million) students were enrolled in primary schools, 8.22 lakh (0.822 million) in middle schools and 6.69 lakh (0.669 million) in secondary schools across Delhi. Female students represented 49% of the total enrollment. The same year, the Delhi government spent between 1.58% and 1.95% of its gross state domestic product on education.
After completing the ten-year secondary phase of their education under the 10+2+3 plan, students typically spend the next two years either in junior colleges or in schools with senior secondary facilities, during which their studies become more focused. They select a stream of study—liberal arts, commerce, science, or, less commonly, vocational. Upon completion, those who choose to continue, either study for a 3-year undergraduate degree at a college, or a professional degree in law, engineering, or medicine. Notable higher education or research institutes in Delhi include All India Institute of Medical Sciences, Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, Delhi College of Engineering, Delhi School of Economics, Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, Lady Shri Ram College for Women, Netaji Subhas Institute of Technology, Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies, Shri Ram College of Commerce and Sri Venkateswara College.

Monday, December 10, 2007

My first love DELHI part- 3


Delhi has seen a rapid growth in the economic sector. Shown here are commercial buildings in New Delhi
With an estimated net State Domestic Product (SDP) of $ 95 billion as of 2005(INR) (for the year 2004–05), Delhi is an important commercial center in South Asia. Delhi has a per capita income of 53,976 INR which is around 2.5 times of the national average. The tertiary sector contributes 70.95% of Delhi's gross SDP followed by secondary and primary sectors with 25.2% and 3.85% contribution respectively. Delhi's workforce constitutes 32.82% of the population showing an increase of 52.52% between 1991 and 2001. Delhi's unemployment rate decreased from 12.57% in 1999–2000 to 4.63% in 2003. In December 2004, 636,000 people were registered with various employment exchange programmes in Delhi. In 2001, the total workforce in all government (union and state) and quasi government sector was 620,000. In comparison, organised private sector employed 219,000. Delhi's service sector has expanded due in part to the large skilled English-speaking workforce that has attracted many multinational companies. Key service industries include information technology, telecommunications, hotels, banking, media and tourism. Delhi's manufacturing industry has also grown considerably as many consumer goods industries have established manufacturing units and headquarters in and around Delhi. Delhi's large consumer market, coupled with the easy availability of skilled labour, has attracted foreign investment in Delhi. In 2001, the manufacturing sector employed 1,440,000 workers while the number of industrial units was 129,000. Construction, power, telecommunications, health and community services, and real estate form integral parts of Delhi's economy. Delhi's retail industry is one of the fastest growing industries in India. However, as in the rest of India, the fast growth of retail is expected to affect the traditional unorganized retail trading system.

Saturday, December 8, 2007

My first love DELHI part- 2


At 72.5 m (238 ft), the Qutub Minar is the world's tallest brick minaret.
Built in 1560, the Humayun's Tomb is a prime example of Mughal Architecture.
Built in 1921, the India Gate commemorates the 90,000 Indian soldiers who died in the Afghan Wars and World War I Human habitation was probably present in and around Delhi during the second millennium BC and before, as evidenced by archeological relics. The city is believed to be the site of Indraprastha, legendary capital of the Pandavas in the Indian epic Mahabharata. Settlements grew from the time of the Mauryan Empire (c. 300 BC). Remains of seven major cities have been discovered in Delhi. The Tomara dynasty founded the city of Lal Kot in 736 AD. The Chauhan Gurjars of Ajmer conquered Lal Kot in 1180 AD and renamed it Qila Rai Pithora. The Chauhan king Prithviraj III was defeated in 1192 by the Afghan Muhammad Ghori. In 1206, Qutb-ud-din Aybak, the first ruler of the Slave Dynasty established the Delhi Sultanate. Qutb-ud-din started the construction the Qutub Minar and Quwwat-al-Islam (might of Islam), the earliest extant mosque in India. After the fall of the Slave dynasty, a succession of Turkic and Central Asian dynasties, the Khilji dynasty, the Tughluq dynasty, the Sayyid dynasty and the Lodhi dynasty held power in the late medieval period, and built a sequence of forts and townships that are part of the seven cities of Delhi. In 1398, Timur Lenk invaded India on the pretext that the Muslim sultans of Delhi were too much tolerant to their Hindu subjects. Timur entered Delhi and the city was sacked, destroyed, and left in ruins. Delhi was a major center of sufism (a mystic tradition of Islam) during the Sultanate period. In 1526, Zahiruddin Babur defeated the last Lodhi sultan in the First Battle of Panipat and founded the Mughal Empire that ruled from Delhi, Agra and Lahore.
The Mughal Empire ruled northern India for more than three centuries, with a five-year hiatus during Sher Shah Suri's reign in the mid-16th century. Mughal emperor Akbar shifted the capital from Agra to Delhi. Shah Jahan built the seventh city of Delhi that bears his name (Shahjahanabad), and is more commonly known as the Old City or Old Delhi. The old city served as the capital of the Mughal Empire since 1638. Nader Shah defeated the Mughal army at the huge Battle of Karnal in February, 1739. After this victory, Nader captured and sacked Delhi, carrying away many treasures, including the Peacock Throne. In 1761, Delhi was raided by Ahmed Shah Abdali after the Third battle of Panipat. At the Battle of Delhi on 11 September 1803, General Lake's British forces defeated the Marathas.
Delhi came under direct British control after the Indian Rebellion of 1857. Shortly after the Rebellion, Calcutta was declared the capital of British India and Delhi was made a district province of the Punjab. In 1911, Delhi was again declared as the capital of British India. Parts of the old city were pulled down to create New Delhi; a monumental new quarter of the city designed by the British architect Edwin Lutyens to house the government buildings. New Delhi, also known as Lutyens' Delhi, was officially declared as the seat of the Government of India and the capital of the republic after independence on 15 August 1947. During the partition of India thousands of Hindu and Sikh refugees from West Punjab and Sindh migrated to Delhi. Migration to Delhi from the rest of India continues, contributing more to the rise of Delhi's population than the birth rate, which is declining.
In 1984, the assassination of Indira Gandhi (Prime Minister of India) led to violent backlash against the Sikh community, resulting in over two thousand seven hundred deaths. The Constitution (Sixty-ninth Amendment) Act, 1991 declared the Union Territory of Delhi to be formally known as National Capital Territory of Delhi. The Act gave Delhi its own legislative assembly, though with limited powers.

Monday, December 3, 2007

My first love DELHI part- 1

Hi guys ok first of all many my bloger friends don’t know any thing about me so here little information about me. My self deepa born and finish my childhood (school and +2 level) in Delhi. Delhi gives me lots of happiness like lots of nice and best friends. Delhi is my first love from last few weeks I really Miss Delhi so I am going to do something in my blog I am going to tell about Delhi. So if any one feels that it’s not good because I am Nepali and its have to be Nepali blog I just want to say I am sorry.

Delhi sometimes referred to as Dilli, is the second-largest metropolis in India after Mumbai with a population of 13 million, and with an extended metropolitan population of almost 22 million. Located in northern India on the banks of the River Yamuna, Delhi has the political status of a federally-administered union territory known as the National Capital Territory of Delhi (NCT). A constitutional amendment in 1991 gave Delhi a special status among the Union Territories; Delhi has its own legislative assembly with limited powers. The National Capital Territory of Delhi comprises nine districts, 27 tehsils, three statutory towns viz. Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD), New Delhi Municipal Committee (NDMC) and Delhi Cantonment Board (DCB), 59 census towns and 165 villages.
Delhi is one of the oldest continually inhabited cities in the world. Having been the capital of several empires in ancient India, Delhi was a major city in the old trade routes from northwest India to the Gangetic Plains. Many ancient monuments, archaeological sites and remains of national importance have been erected in its history. The Mughals built a section of the city (now known as Old City or Old Delhi) that served as the capital of Mughal Empire for a long period. During the British Raj, New Delhi was built as an administrative quarter of the city. New Delhi was declared the capital of India after India gained independence from British rule in 1947. As the seat of the Government of India, New Delhi houses important offices of the federal government, including the Parliament of India. Delhi has grown up to be a cosmopolitan city owing to the immigration of people from across the country. Like many other large cities of the world, Delhi suffers from urbanisation problems such as pollution, traffic congestion, and scarcity of resources. The rapid development and urbanisation of New Delhi and surrounding areas coupled with the high average income of the populace has largely eclipsed socio-cultural traits that used to represent Delhi until a few years after independence.
The etymology of "Delhi" is uncertain. The most common view is that it is an eponym of Dhillu, a king who ruled the area in ancient times. Some historians believe that the name is derived from Dilli, a corruption of dehleez or dehali—Hindustani for 'threshold'—and symbolic of city as a gateway to the Indo-Gangetic Plain. Another theory suggests that the city's original name was Dhillika. The Hindi/Prakrit word dhili ("loose") was also used for the area, and gradually transformed into the local name "Dilli". The coins in circulation in the region under the Tomara Rajputs were called dehliwal

Saturday, December 1, 2007

SRK, KJo help Farah get ready

Post the success of Om Shanti Om, director Farah Khan is getting ready for her next baby – babies to be precise. The director is expecting triplets and her best friends in the industry – Shah Rukh Khan and Karan Johar – are making sure they do their fair share to help her get ready for motherhood.

Speaking before the release of her film Farah said Shah Rukh, hubby Shirish and she were working on baby names. “We will decide names only after the release of the film. I will have a lot of spare time then and all the names will be decided then. I don’t want to know the sex of my children... I don’t know how many boys or girls. But yeah Shah Rukh, Shirish and I will come up with a register of names and then we will decide,” Farah had said.

On Shah Rukh’s recent trip to London for the premiere of Om Shanti Om, SRK made sure he didn’t come back empty handed. “Farah has been advised bed rest and she couldn’t travel in this state. So Shah Rukh went shopping for her personally and brought back a pram that will fit all three of her babies... It’s custom made to his specifications,” says a source. And that’s not all Karan Johar, who is known for his fashionable style, has also been chipping in. “Karan’s been shopping for Farah whenever he travels. As soon as they knew she was pregnant she gave him a list of things that she needed and he shopped for her,” says the source, “He got her a lot of maternity dresses and other things that she will need after giving birth. From Marks and Spencer in London to high end stores in the US, Karan has been shopping away for his friend!” And just like in their personal lives, Karan, SRK and Farah have formed a trio of sorts in their professional lives as well. Neither one of them completes a project without the other two being a part of it. SRK made sure he had his best friends Karan and Farah on his television debut. Farah and Karan made an appearance on the Valentine’s Day Special on KBC while Karan and Farah can’t think of making a film without the King Khan. All of Karan’s superhits have had SRK in them while Farah has always said that no film of hers will be made without Shah Rukh in it.

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