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Yuvraaj is a musical that revolves around a family based in Europe with Salman and Katrina in the lead roles.

Salmaan and Katrina are back to sizzle the screen. Subhash Gai‘s YUVRAAJ have Salman and Katrina in a rare role that never happened on screen before.”The Salman Katrina magic is all set to cast its spell on the audience,” said a source close to the couple. David Dhawan  was the first to pair Salman and Katrina together. MAINE PYAR KYUN KIYA rocked the boxoffice. Sallu and Kat’s ‘Just Chill’ number turned a rage.PARTNER created history even though Salman and Kats were not paired together in the film.

Subhash Ghai, whose YUVVRAAJ is expected to hit the theatres soon, felt that Salman and Katrina as a pair rock. “They are lucky for each other,” the source said. “For Ghai it is the first time they are paired opposite each other and the chemistry between the two is super sizzling. They look so good together.

November 21, 2008 Posted by | cinema | , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

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November 21, 2008 Posted by | photos | , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Ghajini songs Download

Download Ghajini songs for free in all formats ….The film is Directed by Muragadoss….with Aamir kahn in the lead and Asin with Jiah khan.Enjoy the music and have fun…

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November 21, 2008 Posted by | music | , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Richest Indians

Rank

Name

Net Worth ($Million)

Age

City

1

Mukesh Ambani

20,800

51

Mumbai

2

Lakshmi Mittal

20,500

58

London

3

Anil Ambani

12,500

49

Mumbai

4

Sunil Mittal

7,900

51

Delhi

5

Kushal Pal Singh

7,800

77

Delhi

6

Shashi & Ravi Ruia

7,600

64

Mumbai

7

Azim Premji

7,000

63

Bangalore

8

Kumar Birla

5,000

41

Mumbai

9

Adi Godrej

4,000

66

Mumbai

10

Gautam Adani

3,900

46

Ahmedabad

11

Dilip Shanghvi

3,100

53

Mumbai

12

Savitri Jindal

2,900

59

Delhi & Hisar

13

Malvinder & Shivinder Singh

2,800

36

Delhi

14

Anil Agarwal

2,400

55

London

15

Shiv Nadar

2,200

63

Delhi

16

Micky Jagtiani

2,000

57

Dubai

17

Indu Jain

1,800

72

Delhi

18

Cyrus Poonawalla

1,600

67

Pune

19

Uday Kotak

1,550

49

Mumbai

20

Chandru Raheja

1,500

68

Mumbai
21
G.M. Rao

1,470

58

Bangalore

22

Vivek Burman

1,300

71

Delhi

23

Anurag Dikshit

1,250

36

Gibraltar

24

Kalanithi Maran

1,200

43

Chennai

25

Venugopal Dhoot

1,100

57

Mumbai

26

Yusuf Hamied

1,060

72

London & Mumbai

27

Ramesh Chandra

1,000

69

Delhi

28

Subhash Chandra

970

58

Mumbai

29

N.R. Narayana Murthy

965

62

Bangalore

30

Rajan Raheja

950

54

Mumbai

31

Brijmohan Lall Munjal

940

85

Delhi

32

Baba Kalyani

935

59

Pune

33

Tulsi Tanti

930

50

Pune

34

Jaiprakash Gaur

890

77

Delhi

35

Niranjan Hiranandani

885

58

Mumbai

36

Murali Divi

870

57

Hyderabad

37

Hemant Shah

830

55

Mumbai

38

Gracias Saldanha

825

70

Mumbai

39

Anand Jain

810

51

Mumbai

40

Rahul Bajaj

760

70

Pune

November 21, 2008 Posted by | Uncategorized | , , , , | Leave a comment

Volkswagen wins d green car of the year

volkswagenVolkswagen AG’s Jetta TDI, won the “Green Car of the Year” award at the Los Angeles auto show on Thursday, the first time a diesel-powered car has taken the industry’s top environmental honor.”This signals that clean diesel has arrived,” said Ron Cogan, editor of Green Car Journal, the trade magazine that awards the prize.Diesel, however, costs almost $1 more per gallon than gasoline in some parts of the United States.Diesel, a conventional combustion approach long favored by Europeans, has been making inroads into the U.S. market as a here-and-now option to make engines run more economically and pollute less.

The use of diesel for passenger cars had long been stalled in the United States because of unacceptably high tailpipe emissions, but advanced technology has allowed so-called clean diesel vehicles to filter out more pollutants and for the first time meet smog pollution laws in all states.

Diesel engines have also suffered an image problem in the U.S. market due to an association with the underpowered versions sold in the 1970s. The technology has been largely limited to large trucks in the United States, even though it is a perennial top seller among passenger cars in Europe.

Volkswagen’s U.S. chief, Stefan Jacoby, said diesels have emerged as an alternative to hybrids such as Toyota Motor Corp’s popular Prius.

“It’s a breakthrough in this country,” Jacoby said. “I don’t want to say it’s better than other technologies, but it’s a real alternative to hybrids. It brings fuel consumption down, it’s environmentally friendly, and — this is a difference with a Prius — this is really fun to drive.”

Volkswagen’s five-passenger Jetta TDI, which boasts a fuel efficiency of 41 miles per gallon, starts at $21,990, compared with $17,340 for a traditional Jetta.

The Jetta TDI beat out finalists including BMW’s 335d diesel sport sedan, Ford Motor Co’s Fusion Hybrid passenger sedan, General Motors Corp’s crossover Saturn Vue 2 Mode Hybrid, and the smart fortwo mini car.

“This is the vehicle that stood out among all of the five finalists as the one that really exhibited the greatest environmental achievement,” Cogan said. “You get 30 percent better fuel efficiency, on average, with a diesel, and a commensurate reduction in greenhouse gases.”So far the Jetta TDI, which went on sale in August, has sold out, said Jacoby. “The Jetta TDI and Sportswagen don’t see recession,” he said.Jacoby said diesels could represent up to 30 percent of sales for Volkswagen models like the Jetta, on which diesel is an option. That would mean a sales target of 30,000 to 35,000 Jetta TDI per year in the United States.The panel of judges that awarded the “Green Car of the Year” prize included famed car designer Carroll Shelby, late-night talk show host Jay Leno and representatives from environmental groups the Sierra Club and the Natural Resources Defense Council, among others.

November 21, 2008 Posted by | global | , , , , , | Leave a comment

Oil drops $49 a barrel

Asian stock markets dropped to a five-year low on Friday, tracking US stocks that hit their lowest in a decade the previous session as the fate of the country’s major car makers continued to hang in the balance.

Oil tumbled to a three-and-a-half year low below $49 a barrel on Friday, nearing a $100 drop from its July record high, as more distress for the global economy threatened to eat further into demand for fuels.

“The economy is pulling everything down like a black hole,” said Anthony Nunan, risk management executive at Tokyo-based Mitsubishi Corp. “Until the economy stabilises, it will be hard for oil to put in a bottom.”US light crude for January delivery fell $1.02 to $48.40 a barrel at 0209 GMT, its sixth straight session of falls and a 14 per cent drop for this week alone, heading for the largest weekly fall since early October. London Brent crude shed 68 cents to $47.40 a barrel.

Oil has lost two thirds of its value in just under four months since peaking above $147 in July, and is just above the lowest since May 2005 hit on Thursday.Reflecting the sharp reversal in oil’s fortunes, Goldman Sachs, which in May had been talking of a $200 a barrel superspike, on Thursday again cut its 2009 forecast for US crude oil to $80 a barrel from $86.As demand tumbles, oil companies plan to store millions of barrels of crude in the hope economics will improve. Shipping brokers said US oil trader Koch and Royal Dutch Shell had booked supertankers capable of storing 10 million barrels of crude, more than top exporter Saudi Arabia produces in a day.

The further falls in oil prices brought more Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries members out in support of further output cuts. Libya’s top oil official said the cartel may decide to reduce supply further at its informal meeting in Cairo next week if it finds members have implemented a previous decision to lower output.The comments followed remarks from other OPEC members, including Kuwait, Iran and Venezuela, raising the possibility of a further cut in supply to prop up oil prices.

OPEC agreed in October to cut output by 1.5 million barrels per day, about 5 per cent, from Nov. 1, but the move has failed to stem the decline in oil prices.

November 21, 2008 Posted by | global | , , , , | Leave a comment

Gavaskar writhes as Pointing writes

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Sunil Gavaskar has dimissed Australian cricketer Ricky Ponting’s outburst against him as an attempt by the Aussie skipper to divert attention from their performance in the recently concluded Test series in India.

“Ponting and Cricket Australia were still in denial of their on-field behaviour,” Gavaskar .The former India captain said Ponting was seven years old when the MCG incident happened and that he did not know the background of the incident.

Ponting had lashed out at Gavaskar in his Captain’s Diary 2008.

“I still have a vivid image of Sunil Gavaskar angrily trying to take his opening partner off the MCG with him in 1981 when he was given out lbw in a Test match, but to hear him today you’d think he was positively angelic when he was the best opening batsman in the world,” he wrote.

Ponting said he was disappointed by the hypocrisy of former cricketers who never kept the standards in their hey-days but were demanding the same from his team.

Ponting also took a dig at former Indian captain Anil Kumble, saying his comment ‘only one team was playing within the spirit of the game’ after the Sydney Test was borrowed from a former Australian skipper Bill Woodful.

November 21, 2008 Posted by | cricket | , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Harry Potter to be released on Dec. 4

J.K. Rowling, the creator of the famous boy wizard, is now ready with Harry — a prequel to the series. It is set to be released worldwide on December 4.

November 21, 2008 Posted by | cinema | , , , , , , , | Leave a comment