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Bike From Ferrari...





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Mercedes SL600 Drenched In Diamonds & Mercedes-Benz 2010 SLS AMG


Mercedes-Benz 2010 SLS AMG






Mercedes SL600 Drenched In Diamonds






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YOUNGEST MOTHER IN THE WORLD


Bulgarian girl, 11,

gives birth to her daughter...

on her wedding day

An 11-year-old girl became one of the world's youngest mothers -

and went into labour on the way to her wedding.

Kordeza Zhelyazkova, from Sliven in Bulgaria , was still wearing her wedding dress

and tiara as she was rushed to hospital, where she gave birth to 5lb 8oz Violeta.

Proudly displaying her baby, she told reporters: 'I'm not going to play with toys any more -

I have a new toy now.'

Pre-teen mother Korteza, 11, with her newborn baby Violeta.

Kordeza - who fell pregnant within two weeks of her 11th birthday -

spent the night in hospital with Violeta and then headed back

to church for her wedding with 19-year-old Jeliazko Dimitrov.

Kordeza told the News of the World:

'It feels strange to be a mum and have a baby.

'I used to play with my toys but now she is my new toy.

'She is so beautiful, I love her. Violeta is the child and I must grow up.

I am not going back to school - I am a mother now.'

The couple met when Jeliazko rescued Kordeza

from bullies in the playground..

However he now faces six years in jail for having sex with a minor,

telling the paper his fears when he found out Kordeza was pregnant.

He said: 'I was really scared.

'We didn't plan to have sex or a baby although I fell in love

with Kordeza the moment I saw her.

He added: 'I was walking past the school when I saw some boys

mocking her and I told them to leave her alone.

'Then she arranged to meet me and asked me out on our first date.

I thought she was 15. She didn't tell me she was 11.'

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MOTOROLA MILESTONE DROID

Qty: Price: $799.99
OVERVIEW:
Designed to deliver Android without compromise, Motorola MILESTONE is a blend of form and function that offers the thinnest QWERTY slider on the market (13.7mm) and a hi-resolution, multi-touch and pinch display with twice the pixels of the leading competitor.



Key features include:

• World’s thinnest QWERTY slider at just 13.7mm
• 3.7” widescreen display with 854 pixel width and more than 400,000 total pixels (more than twice the leading competitor)
• Pinch & zoom and double tap features
• 5 megapixel camera with dual-LED flash
• Motorola Media Link and Motorola Phone Portal to manage and share media content across desktop, phone and the Web
• Stereo Bluetooth®
• 3.5mm headset jack
• CrystalTalk™ Plus for superior talk quality


Additional features and apps include:

• Full suite of the Google applications: Google Maps with Latitude, Google Talk™, Google Mail, YouTube
• Unified Google and Microsoft Office Contacts
• Navigation: GPS, MOTONAV * turn-by-turn navigation, Google Maps, E-Compass Latitude
• Email Support: IMAP and POP, Google Mail
• IM Support: Google Talk
• Calendar: Exchange, Calendar

SPECIFICATIONS:

Distributed as Motorola DROID in the USA
General 2G Network GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900
3G Network HSDPA 900 / 2100
Size Dimensions 115.8 x 60 x 13.7 mm
Weight 165 g
Display Type TFT capacitive touchscreen, 16M colors
Size 480 x 854 pixels, 3.7 inches
- Multi-touch input method
- Accelerometer sensor
- Proximity sensor for auto turn-off
- Full QWERTY keyboard with 5-way navigation key
Sound Alert types Vibration; MP3, WAV ringtones
Speakerphone Yes, with stereo speakers
- 3.5 mm audio jack
Memory Phonebook Practically unlimited entries and fields, Photo call
Call records Practically unlimited
Card slot microSD (TransFlash) , up to 32GB, 8GB included
Data GPRS Class 12 (4+1/3+2/2+3/ 1+4 slots), 32 - 48 kbps
HSCSD No
EDGE Class 12
3G HSDPA, 10.2 Mbps; HSUPA, 5.76 Mbps
WLAN Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g
Bluetooth Yes, v2.1 with A2DP
Infrared port No
USB Yes, microUSB v2.0
Camera Primary 5 MP, 2592 x 1944 pixels, autofocus, dual-LED flash
Features Geo-tagging, image stabilization
Video Yes, D1 (720x480 pixels)@24fps
Secondary Yes
Features OS Android OS, v2 (Eclair)
CPU ARM Cortex A8 550 MHz processor
Messaging SMS, MMS, Email, IM, Push Email
Browser HTML
Radio No
Games Yes
GPS Yes, with A-GPS support
Java
- Digital compass
- MP3/eAAC+/WAV/ WMA9 player
- MP4/H.263/H. 264/WMV9 player
- Organizer
- Voice memo
- T9
Battery Standard battery, Li-Ion 1400 mAh (BP6X)
Stand-by Up to 350 h
Talk time Up to 6 h 30 min

For users who want the ultimate smart phone experience, MILESTONE offers the ability to use multiple applications at the same time, effortless multi-touch pinch and zoom browsing, and cinematic navigation through music, videos and maps of the world.

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Short Jokes For u


007 is james bond...
Then who is 111 ?



Think ...



Think ...



Simple ... Its also james bond in binary form.

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Teacher: is it posible that a person name & surname both r same? Sardar: ya, if Lara Dutta marries Brian Lara, she becomes Lara Lara!

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One day a boy was writing something on a dog.
Father asked what he was doing?
Boy replied, "Teacher told me to write an essay on dog today as homework"

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What do u call a woman in heaven? An Angel.
A crowd of woman in heaven? A host of Angels.
And all woman in heaven? PEACE ON EARTH!

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Two Sardars sitting in a coffee shop.
First said: quickly finish your coffee it will get cooled.
2nd Sardar: So what?
1st replied: O stupid look at menu cold coffee is at double price.

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Who said english is easy??? Fill in the blank with YES or NO
1.-----I don"t have brain
2.-----I dont have sence
3.-----I am stupid

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IT Jokes - Just for Laugh


1. NIIT : Not Interested in IT.
2. WIPRO : Weak Input, Poor & Rubbish Output .
3. HCL : Hidden Costs & Losses .
4. TCS : Totally Confusing Solutions .
5. HUGHES : Highly Useless Graduates Hired for Eating and Sleeping .
6. BAAN : Beggars Association and Nerds .
7. IBM : Implicitly Boring Machines .
8. SATYAM : Sad And Tired Yelling Away Madly .
9. PARAM : Puzzled And Ridiculous Array of Microprocessors .
10. C-DOT : Coffee During Office Timings .
11. AT&T : All Troubles & Terrible .
12. CMC : Coffee, Meals and Comfort.
13. DEC : Drifting & Exhausted Computers.
14. BFL : Brainwash First and Let them go.
15. DELL : Deplorable Equipment & lackluster.
16. TISL : Totally Inconsistent Systems Ltd.
17. PSI : Peculiar Symptoms of India.
18. ORACLE : On-line Romance And Chatting with Lady Employees.
19. PATNI: Pathetic Appraisal Techniques, No Increments.
20.WINDOWS:Will Install Needless Data On Whole System.
21.MICROSOFT: Most Intelligent Customers Realize Our
Software Only Fools Teenagers.
22.MACINTOSH: Most Applications Crash If Not The Operating System Hangs.

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National Symbols of India

National symbols of India
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Flag : Tricolour
Emblem : Sarnath Lion Capital
Anthem : Jana Gana Mana
Song : Vandē Mātaram
Animal Royal Bengal Tiger
Bird : Indian Peacock
Flower : Lotus
Tree : Banyan
Fruit : Mango
Sport : Field hockey
Calendar : Saka

National Flag:
The National Flag is a horizontal tricolour of deep saffron (kesaria) at the top, white in the middle and dark green at the bottom in equal proportion. The ratio of width of the flag to its length is two to three. In the centre of the white band is a navy-blue wheel which represents the chakra. Its design is that of the wheel which appears on the abacus of the Sarnath Lion Capital of Ashoka. Its diameter approximates to the width of the white band and it has 24 spokes. The design of the National Flag was adopted by the Constituent Assembly of India on 22 July 1947.

Apart from non-statutory instructions issued by the Government from time to time, display of the National Flag is governed by the provisions of the Emblems and Names (Prevention of Improper Use) Act, 1950 (No. 12 of 1950) and the Prevention of Insults to National Honour Act, 1971 (No. 69 of 1971). The Flag Code of India, 2002 is an attempt to bring together all such laws, conventions, practices and instructions for the guidance and benefit of all concerned.

The Flag Code of India, 2002, took effect from 26 January 2002 and superseded the 'Flag Code-Indias' as it existed. As per the provisions of the Flag Code of India, 2002, there are no restriction on the display of the National Flag by members of general public, private organisations, educational institutions, etc., except to the extent provided in the Emblems and Names (Prevention of Improper Use) Act, 1950 and the Prevention of Insults to National Honour Act, 1971 and any other law enacted on the subject.
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National Fruit:
A fleshy fruit, eaten ripe or used green for pickles etc., of the tree Mangifera indica, the mango is one of the most important and widely cultivated fruits of the tropical world. Its juicy fruit is a rich source of Vitamins A, C and D. In India there are over 100 varieties of mangoes, in different sizes, shapes and colours. Mangoes have been cultivated in India from time immemorial. The poet Kalidasa sang its praises. Alexander savoured its taste, as did the Chinese pilgrim Hieun Tsang. Mughal emperor Akbar planted 100,000 mango trees in Darbhanga, Bihar at a place now known as Lakhi Bagh.
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National Tree:
Indian fig tree, Ficus bengalensis, whose branches root themselves like new trees over a large area. The roots then give rise to more trunks and branches. Because of this characteristic and its longevity, this tree is considered immortal and is an integral part of the myths and legends of India. Even today, the banyan tree is the focal point of village life and the village council meets under the shade of this tree.
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National Animal:
The magnificent tiger, Panthera tigris is a striped animal. It has a thick yellow coat of fur with dark stripes. The combination of grace, strength, agility and enormous power has earned the tiger its pride of place as the national animal of India. Out of eight races of the species known, the Indian race, the Royal Bengal Tiger, is found throughout the country except in the north-western region and also in the neighbouring countries, Nepal, Bhutan and Bangladesh. To check the dwindling population of tigers in India, 'Project Tiger' was launched in April 1973. So far, 27 tiger reserves have been established in the country under this project, covering an area of 37,761 sq km.
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National Bird:
The Indian peacock, Pavo cristatus, the national bird of India, is a colourful, swan-sized bird, with a fan-shaped crest of feathers, a white patch under the eye and a long, slender neck. The male of the species is more colourful than the female, with a glistening blue breast and neck and a spectacular bronze-green tail of around 200 elongated feathers. The female is brownish, slightly smaller than the male and lacks the tail. The elaborate courtship dance of the male, fanning out the tail and preening its feathers is a gorgeous sight.
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National Game:
India has conquered the podium when it comes to the game of Hockey. Our nation has an excellent record with eight Olympic gold medals. Indian hockey's golden period was from 1928-56, when the Indian hockey team won six successive Olympic gold medals. Team also won the 1975 World Cup besides two more medals (silver and a bronze). The Indian Hockey Federation (External website that opens in a new window) gained global affiliation in 1927 and joined the International Hockey Federation (FIH) (External website that opens in a new window).

Thus began the history of Indian Hockey Federation as India entered the Olympics to begin its golden saga. The tour was a huge success with India winning 18 out of the 21 matches and the legendary Dhyan Chand was the cynosure of all the eyes scoring over 100 goals of the 192 Indian accounted for. The match began in Amsterdam in 1928 and India went on a winning spree in Los Angeles in 1932 and Berlin in 1936 and thus bagged a hat-trick of gold medals at the Olympics.

Post Indian Independence; the Indian team achieved another hat-trick of gold medals at the 1948 London Olympics, 1952 Helsinki Games and the Melbourne Olympics.

During the Golden Era, India played 24 Olympic matches, won all 24, scored 178 goals (at an average of 7.43 goals per match) and conceded only 7 goals. The two other gold medals for India came in the 1964 Tokyo Olympics and the 1980 Moscow Olympics.
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National Flower:
Lotus (Nelumbo Nucipera Gaertn) is the National Flower of India. It is a sacred flower and occupies a unique position in the art and mythology of ancient India and has been an auspicious symbol of Indian culture since time immemorial.

India is rich in flora. Currently available data place India in the tenth position in the world and fourth in Asia in plant diversity. From about 70 per cent geographical area surveyed so far, 47,000 species of plants have been described by the Botanical Survey of India (BSI).
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National River:
The Ganga or Ganges is the longest river of India flowing over 2,510 kms of mountains, valleys and plains. It originates in the snowfields of the Gangotri Glacier in the Himalayas as the Bhagirathi River. It is later joined by other rivers such as the Alaknanda, Yamuna, Son, Gumti, Kosi and Ghagra. The Ganga river basin (External website that opens in a new window) is one of the most fertile and densely populated areas of the world and covers an area of 1,000,000 sq. kms. There are two dams on the river - one at Haridwar and the other at Farakka. The Ganges River Dolphin is an endangered animal that specifically habitats this river.

The Ganga is revered by Hindus as the most sacred river on earth. Key religious ceremonies are held on the banks of the river at cities such as Varanasi, Haridwar and Allahabad. The Ganga widens out into the Ganges Delta in the Sunderbans swamp of Bangladesh, before it ends its journey by emptying into the Bay of Bengal.
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State Emblem:
The state emblem is an adaptation from the Sarnath Lion Capital of Ashoka. In the original, there are four lions, standing back to back, mounted on an abacus with a frieze carrying sculptures in high relief of an elephant, a galloping horse, a bull and a lion separated by intervening wheels over a bell-shaped lotus. Carved out of a single block of polished sandstone, the Capital is crowned by the Wheel of the Law (Dharma Chakra).

In the state emblem, adopted by the Government of India on 26 January 1950, only three lions are visible, the fourth being hidden from view. The wheel appears in relief in the centre of the abacus with a bull on right and a horse on left and the outlines of other wheels on extreme right and left. The bell-shaped lotus has been omitted. The words Satyameva Jayate from Mundaka Upanishad, meaning 'Truth Alone Triumphs', are inscribed below the abacus in Devanagari script.
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