Monday, May 3, 2010

Most Wanted; Kareena Kapoor

Kareena Kapoor is invited by the UK’s Cardiff University, to lecture the students about show business. Interestingly, she has started preparing as to what the lecture would be about. Let’s see how she uses her power to create a spell over the people abroad!

Thursday, April 29, 2010

Sandra Bullock files divorce.

Oscar winning actress, Sandra Bullock, after living separately from her husband, Jesse James, finally files for divorce. The underlying fact behind this act is the conflict of personalities which makes survival difficult.

Sandra Bullock also plans to adopt a child after her divorce, which the sources report to be a three and a half month boy, Louis.

Whether it is a good step or a bad idea, nothing could be judged or predicted. What we can do as humans, is to pray for every one's happy life.

Badl Do Zamana!

A Pepsi campaign is on its way to create a better Pakistan. It comprises the youth who would work to make their country cleaner and better.

Yet another shock

Congratulations to all Sania and Shoaib Malik fans!

Yess, you have guessed it right! The hype created by the media over their marriage is not over but have been transferred to another edge of cricket. It is not Muhammad Asif and Veena Malik, but it is Shoaib Akhtar and Dia Mirza. Shocking, eh?

There was a rumor about the marriage of Pakistani fast bowler, Shoaib Malik with Indian actress/ Model Dia Mirza, which certainly made this pretty girl very angry.

What is our cricket team upto? Or is it the media or the common man? Who is to be blamed?

Wednesday, April 28, 2010

An Illuminated Country- Is it more developed?

There was a recent research done on determining the economy of a country by the extent of its illumination, which created doubts.

I read this news in a recent newspaper which interested me as to how can the lights present in a country be related to its GDP growth rate. If this would have been the case, then Pakistan’s economy would be zero up till now.

The basic idea behind the number of lights and GDP was the underlying fact, that more a country is developed; it would have more roads and obviously more light at night. Hence this gives a hint about its development. Then what about countries who are famous for the electricity load shedding?

However, the data collected on this idea by the World Bank, did not yield accurate information.

Tuesday, April 27, 2010

The bollywood stars were not successful..

IPL-2010 winners are CHENNAI SUPPER KINGS!

It was a series of exciting events where betting added a charm to this thriller. And no doubt i was one of the lucky ones to win these bets!

The final results were a good news for many whereas the rest were not really satisfied as their favourite bollywood stars weren't successful. Throughout this third season, we came across several gossips where the bollywood stars were in light. They were seen partying and cheering to such an extent, that Priety zinta was seen to visit Haridwar to pray for the success of her team; Kings XI Punjab.

Unfortunately, the trophy couldn't br brought home by any of the bollywood stars and Shahrukh Khan, Shilpa shetty and Preity Zinta long with many others had to face sorrow. Indeed, a game is all about winning and losing!

Our problems,,

Since a very long time, Pakistan is facing the problem of electricity shortage, due to which the masses are in serious trouble. Lucky are those who have generators and UPS, which saves us from the buring temperature, but is it a permenant solution? Obviously No!

I recently got a message from a friend who is a close relative to a person in the government, recongzing the faults of the rulers himself. He was of the opinion, that China and Iran are ready to supply electricity to Pakistan at cheap rates, then why isn't Pakistan ready to accept the offer? Why does Pakistan beg before the great superpowers who simply exploit us?

And now we come across another problem. The loadshedding of Gas! I look at my Gas bill which is of no comparison to the 4 digit and sometimes 5 digit electricity bill?
However, the SNGPL announces one day per week gas loadshedding in Pakistan, especially Lahore and Pakhtunkhwa.

Shall we expect some more surprizes from our rulers?