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  1. Shreya Ghoshal -in green...has divine voice...specially at 2:00.... Doha Games..Sunidhi Chauhan....the girl in orange in above video...tru rockstar! Sunidhi-Doha Games
  2. poor obama......that lady had evil superpowers!
  3. ya u r rite.... he is an absolute loozer!!
  4. for your kind info. i would like to highlight certain facts here:- 1.Age of harrapan civilization is judged by the carbon cating resulty of food grains and other organic remains while that of mesopatima also includes the scriptures and language, as of now harrapan language and scriptures have not been decoded so no onw exactly knows the age of of the civilization. 2.mesopatamian civilization and culture has vanished now but harrapan is still there in the form of hinduism. 3.Our ancient scriptures(mahabharata and ramayana) narrate stories and events as old as 10,000 b.c. and even older Krishna was born in 5000 b.c. as told by west indomaniacs. 4.Following is an article showing the words of famous historians and archeologists who have worked in India:- The perception of Indian history and culture by Europeans was fluctuating between two extremes in the 18th and 19th century. Many European writers have seen India as a cradle of civilization during the 19th century Friedrich Schlegel wrote in a letter to Tieck that India was the source of all languages, thoughts and poems, and that "everything" came from India. In the 18th century, Voltaire wrote that "I am convinced that everything has come down to us from the banks of the Ganges, astronomy, astrology, metempsychosis, etc.. An important development during the British Raj period was the influence Hindu traditions began to take on western thought and new religious movements. An early champion of Indian-inspired thought in the west was Arthur Schopenhauer, who in the 1850s advocated ethnics based on an "Aryan-Vedic theme of spiritual self-conquest" as opposed to the ignorant drive toward earthly utopianism of the superficially this-worldly "Jewish" spiritAt the end of the introduction to the World as Will and Representation, Arthur Schopenhauer claimed that the rediscovery of the ancient Indian tradition would be one of the great events in the history of the West. Goethe borrowed from Kalidasa for the Vorspiel auf dem Theater in Faust. Goethe and Schopenhauer were riding a crest of scholarly discovery, most notably the work done by Sir William Jones. (Goethe likely read Kalidasa's The Recognition of Sakuntala in Jones' translation.) However, the discovery of the world of Sanskrit literature moved beyond German and British scholars and intellectuals — Henry David Thoreau was a sympathetic reader of the Bhagavad Gita — and even beyond the humanities. In the early days of the Periodic Table, scientists referred to as yet undiscovered elements with the use of Sanskrit prefixes (see Mendeleev's predicted elements). Scholars like Schlegel also influenced some historians like Friedrich Creuzer, Joseph Görres and Carl Ritter, who wrote history books that laid more emphasis on India than usual. Helena Blavatsky moved to India in 1879, and her Theosophical Society, founded in New York in 1875, evolved into a peculiar mixture of western occultism and Hindu mysticism over the last years of her life. Hinduism-inspired elements in Theosophy were also inherited by the spin-off movements of Ariosophy and Anthroposophy and ultimately contributed to the renewed New Age boom of the 1960s to 1980s, the term New Age itself deriving from Blavatsky's 1888 The Secret Doctrine. 5.But who needs nostalgia....the present tells a different story....."COMMONWEALTH GAMES IN DANGER"..on which we shall continue....with our typical childish attitude and insults and frustration!
  5. Devil's Advocate: Kalmadi denies ego fight in Games madman singing ...do watch it!
  6. mr thatnotmypuppy your ass stinks!!!!!hehehe with love, Dr baton sent
  7. I shall post what is true....unedited and not at all nationalistic........the both sides of the games.........
  8. i don't think so........he appears to be a great guy here.....don't know about others...but i appreciate his contributions a lot! and to Indian guys here.........have some patience.......this is not the way.........if some one provokes you....just ignore............or pass a funny comment rather than some strong and poisonous ones!
  9. + India seeks UK help for foolproof security Security of nearly 8,000 athletes who will be here for the Commonwealth Games 2010 is a primary concern for the authorities making preparations for the mega sporting event being hosted by India. New Delhi has sought the assistance of Britain and other major world powers in sharing their experiences with India for providing foolproof security to the athletes. According to high-placed sources, India and Britain are discussing security preparedness of the Indian agencies in eliminating any possible terrorist threat during the games. Particular emphasis was being laid on ensuring security of the mass rapid transit system (MRTS), particularly the metro rail service. The counter-terrorism cooperation between the two countries figured prominently in discussions between British Metropolitan Commissioner Paul Stephenson and his Indian interlocutors during his stay in Mumbai and Delhi. Stephenson had yesterday met Delhi Police Commissioner YS Dadwal. The sources said Britain was sharing with India the security measures it had put in place after the audacious 2005 tube train terrorist attacks in London in July 2005. London also wanted to know from India the measures that it was taking for the safety of the athletes. Britain will be sending a large contingent for the games. Britain also is facing a situation somewhat similar to the challenge that India faces since the 2012 Olympics are to be held in London. The sources disclosed that during his talks with Indian security experts, Stephenson told them in detail about Britain’s ‘Operation Overt’, a conspiracy to commit mass murder by using improvised explosive devices on transatlantic airliners. It was one of the largest investigations the British authorities had dealt with till date. Triggered by the arrest of a suspect in Pakistan, the British authorities made 24 arrests in August 2006, 17 of which were charged with a total of 30 offences. Enquiries were undertaken in the US, South Africa, Mauritius and Belgium. He impressed upon the Indian authorities that good working relationship among international security agencies was now more vital than ever in meeting the threat of terrorism, which was a menace that has now engulfed almost the entire globe. +
  10. the girl is in her orgasm this time..........orgasm of national hatred and envy and frustration.......
  11. Please don;t make a joke of this thread or i'll make you a joke...a big joke!
  12. Commonwealth Games an opportunity to present India as a unique tourism destination: Selja ► Retweet by ANI on November 12, 2009 Source: Commonwealth Games an opportunity to present India as a unique tourism destination: Selja London, Nov 12 (ANI): Union Tourism Minister Kumari Selja said on Thursday that the upcoming Commonwealth Games in Delhi provides an opportunity to India to emerge as a unique and hospitable tourism destination. Addressing the United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) summit here, Selja said: “The Commonwealth Games have given an opportunity for showcasing India as a unique and hospitable tourism destination. It is expected that a large number of tourists would visit the country next year, bringing back the buoyancy in the sector.” She said, her ministry has been working towards developing adequate accommodation, sprucing up the tourism infrastructure and enhancing the quality of hospitality related services to make the visit a truly pleasurable and enriching experience for visitors during and after the CWG-2010. “The goodwill generated through the successful organization of this mega sporting event would enable a sustainable growth of tourism sector,” Selja added. The minister expressed concern about the recession’s cascading effect on the tourism sector. She also highlighted major initiatives undertaken by India to meet these challenges. Selja said promotional efforts in key source markets have been enhanced through important global events, road shows and outdoor advertising [^] campaigns. “India is also making conscious efforts to develop emerging short and medium haul markets and for this, development and promotion of the Buddhist circuits is carried out,” she said. (ANI) Source: Commonwealth Games an opportunity to present India as a unique tourism destination: Selja
  13. hey...don;t do this dude..these people are just dogs barking..ignore them..i m listening you..!!!!!!!
  14. Surprised to see that they weren't even after the game delay fuss.....tho when awake then dawn!!!!
  15. Totally agree...when public health is at stake i think that there is nothing wrong in even critizing something related to prestige of the country.we can't kill people just to make games successful.and if we do that will be weird........lol!
  16. Are baba=common man in english.r u trying to speak hindi!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  17. sry.i didn't get you!!!!!!!!!!!!!speak mor english!!!!!!!!!!
  18. You can’t see it yet, but thanks to the 2010 Commonwealth Games, dry dusty Delhi will have a , beach! The huge artificial beach, complete with sand and waves, is being constructed opposite the Akshardham Temple in east Delhi. The project between Delhi Tourism and South African hotelier Joe Majola was revealed by Majola ahead of the Delhi government’s planned announcement next week. The beach is modelled on the artificial beach in Sun City Johannesburg, which has a retractable roof with visuals of the sky and clouds. To make the 100-metre sandy stretch in the Delhi project, sand was brought from Jaisalmer. The 50metre deep “sea” will have some 200,000 gallons of treated water. An outing at this beach, once it opens to the public a month before the Commonwealth Games, will be expensive — the likely fee is Rs 2,000 per adult per day including a meal, coupon; and Rs 700 per child. Six months after the Games, Delhi Tourism will hand over the management to a private entity in return for an annual franchisee fee. ..................notin special tho............we have a beach in Lucknow here.........but i don't know wether they are talking about the same thing.......Indian water parks have a beach section with artificial waves and sand!!!!!!!!!!! Majola told HT City in a telephone interview that the air temperature will be kept at a balmy 23º C, and the water temperature at 20ºC. “The wave-making machine, Roaring Lagoon, will produce a 1.2m wave every 90 seconds,” said Majola. “Breathtaking rides will include the Temple of Courage, a hair-raising drop down a 10m chute.” A spokesman for the Delhi Tourism refused to comment and said an announcement would be made over the next week.
  19. Commonwealth Games officials fined for letting mosquitoes breed IANS 10 November 2009, 02:05pm IST Officials supervising the construction of the Commonwealth Games village have been fined for letting water stagnate at its building site and making them breeding grounds for dengue-causing mosquitoes, Delhi Mayor Kanwar Sain said Tuesday. "The Commonwealth Games village (in east Delhi) has become a breeding ground for dengue-carrying mosquitoes. We had gone there for an inspection last week and fined the officials for allowing water stagnation," Sain said. Dismissing Delhi Health Minister Kiran Walia's critical remarks about the Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD) failing to check the rising number of dengue cases in the capital, Sain said the civic agency was doing its best to do its best to check the spread of the disease that has already claimed two lives in and around the capital. An estimated 550 people are said to be afflicted with dengue. "This year, due to late rains in the capital, there was a rise in the number of dengue patients. Next year, we will have the situation under control. There will be no such problem during the Commonwealth Games," he said. In a familiar blame game, the Delhi health minister said the civic body was not taking proper care to stop breeding of mosquitoes in Delhi. "Despite several reminders, the MCD health officer is not informing the Delhi government about total dengue cases in various hospitals," she said. Sain, however, said the MCD was taking all precautions to check the spread of the vector-borne disease and keeping a tab on the number of confirmed cases. "Under the guidelines of the Indian government, the IgM Capture ELISA test is the standard test for dengue. Any patient who is confirmed with dengue under this test is notified to us by all leading hospitals of Delhi, including Apollo, Fortis and Ganga Ram," he said. "We include the confirmed cases in the final count that we release every day," Sain added. Preparation for the Commonwealth Games, to be held next year from Oct 3-14, has seen a rash of building and renovation activity all over the city and consequent accumulation of rubble that become breeding grounds of mosquitoes.
  20. Birmingham to strengthen India links through CWG 2010 Realising the enormous business potentials of Commonwealth Games 2010 in Delhi, Birmingham City is keen to further the trade ties with India through the mega-sporting event. During the reception of Queen's Baton relay at Commonwealth Business Club India (CBCI) in Birmingham last evening, City Council leader Mike Whitby said, "The CBCI launch underpins the strong economic relationship between Birmingham and India. We are keen to further establish our strong business link through the Commonwealth Games." "As a global city with a local heart, we are committed to fostering trade with India and today's event will help build more bridges to deliver that," he said. In a message, CBCI Chairman and Organising Committee chairman, Suresh Kalmadi said the Queen's Baton Relay 2010 would help to showcase the immense opportunities India offers the Commonwealth's business community. "It has been our endeavour to create a networking environment for business leaders of the Commonwealth. We want to develop greater awareness of India's multifaceted tourist attractions and investment opportunities." "The focus of Indian businesses has turned to the world in search of new markets to explore and develop growth opportunities for the 2010 Commonwealth Games in Delhi. India's global presence is visible, emerging as a sporting, political and economic giant." Organising Committee Joint Director General Tribhuvan Shanker Darbari said: "CBCI's partnership with FICCI and CII would harness its potential to become a major catalyst in projecting India's image and attracting co-operation in key areas like information technology, pharmaceuticals, manufacturing, higher education, skills, environment, advance and high technologies."
  21. an eye for an eye makes the whole world blind............ignore me if u can..........u sound decent enough to do so!!!!!!!!!!
  22. It looks like mairgold flower with green bach ground of their leaves and shoot............marigold is a very hindu and a ver Indian flower.......it is very auspicious here........the symmetry also goes with it!!!!!!
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