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In the world where the pollution at its maximum and energy crisis prevailing we should start thinking about the alternative source for our living.These energies are consumed at the most for travelling purposes.A new mode of travelling  which is ought to be faster and cheaper is via skate boards.One such skate boards which is safety to handle and maintain is carver green room skateboard.This board has a wide base so that it is easy to skate and has rubber grips and it is easy to maintain.If u dont know how to skate its very easy you can learn with the help  of side wheels provided by carver skateboards.For begginers its a little bit tough to adjust but wen you are familiar with  carver swallow skateboard deck  you are the master.You will have a pleasure ride in riding thee skate boards.

February 22, 2009 Posted by | sports | | Leave a comment

Manchester United 3-0 win over Fulham

Paul Scholes opened the scoring with his 97th Premier League goal, Dimitar Berbatov’s 12th goal of the season made it two and substitute Wayne Rooney completed the rout with his first touch after a seven-match absence.

In addition, it is now 1,302 minutes and over 14 games since Edwin van der Sar conceded a top-flight goal.

However, the statistic that looks most noteworthy is 18 league titles – the same as arch rivals Liverpool. For that is what United seem increasingly likely to achieve after winning their match in hand on the Merseyside giants at a canter.

And, although they will meet more difficult opposition than Roy Hodgson’s toothless bunch, it is hard to see how the Red Devils will relinquish their advantage in the remaining 13 games given they have now started scoring and no longer let any in.

If Van der Sar can keep Blackburn at bay for 89 minutes at Old Trafford on Saturday, he will eclipse the European record of Club Brugge stalwart Dany Verlinden, who went 1,390 without conceding a goal in 1990.

As expected, Rooney was named on the bench after missing seven games with a hamstring injury. However, Ryan Giggs did not even have that consolation as Sunday’s man-of-the-match at Derby watched on from the stands.

And therein lies the problem for all United’s rivals.

Rafael Benitez can only dream of being able to willingly leave out such stars and Chelsea are surely too far behind to have an impact no matter how aggrieved they might feel at Sir Alex Ferguson choosing his programme notes to write the Londoners off.

Although Fulham had no away wins and only three goals to their name, their results suggest an obduracy that might have caught United out. But that was not the case.

While not at their best, Ferguson’s men were well on top when Mark Schwarzer offered the kind of gift not really needed but accepted all the same.

Scholes could probably bring out a DVD compilation of the goals he has scored from the training ground move that simply involves a team-mate dropping a corner into his path.

Typically, the former England star responded to Michael Carrick’s invitation to shoot by launching a thunderbolt goalwards.

Schwarzer should have saved but somehow allowed the ball to squirm its way into the opposite corner.

The Australian is normally the most reliable of goalkeepers but it seemed he had been struck down by a sudden attack of nerves.

Failing to hold a Cristiano Ronaldo cross that bounced right in front of him, Schwarzer could only watch on helplessly as Berbatov steered the loose ball goalwards, only for Aaron Hughes to make the goalline clearance.

The Bulgarian was a conclusive winner next time the trio were in close proximity though. John O’Shea created the opportunity, continuing his run into the box after laying a pass off to Carrick.

Scholes provided the flick on that O’Shea toed Berbatov’s way. Schwarzer and Hughes closed in, neither man made contact and the United striker gleefully tapped home.

Had Berbatov not followed Carlos Tevez in having a effort disallowed for a marginal offside decision, Fulham might as well have started making their way home at the interval.

Not that the visitors were likely to score twice against a team who last felt the sinking feeling of conceding a goal at the beginning of November.

Two brilliant passes from Scholes created a half chance for Berbatov to force Schwarzer into a good save, which at least gave the former Middlesbrough man something to cheer before his net was bulging again.

Rooney had only been on the field for two minutes after replacing Berbatov and had yet to touch the ball when Park Ji-sung let fly with a low cross-shot. He did not need a settling-in period though as he tapped home at the far post.

For a fleeting moment it looked as though Van der Sar would be picking the ball out of his own net as well, but Bobby Zamora spurned the gilt-edged opportunity

February 19, 2009 Posted by | sports | , , , , , | Leave a comment

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Viswanathan Anand in Chennai


Viswanathan Anand’s victorious return to his hometown was almost an exercise in vain for the association that organised his welcome at the airport late on Thursday night.

The chess champion, who emerged from the arrival lounge to a rousing salute stirred up by a local school band, appeared to be caught on ‘Ground Zero’ of a crowd explosion and was soon drowned in hordes of hangers-on wanting to catch a glimpse of him.

“I still have not shaken hands with Anand because there were so many people surrounding him,” said Tamil Nadu State Chess Association general secretary K. Muralimohan.

Massive turnout

Denied access to Vishy by the swarms of media and security personnel that trapped him in an impenetrable cordon seconds after his arrival, Mr. Muralimohan said he had not anticipated such a large turnout considering the late hour of the flight.

“I don’t think there was any mismanagement, but this kind of reception is unprecedented,” he added.

Appearing a shade wary of the persistent jostling and several cameras that were thrust unceremoniously in his face, Anand said he was “more relieved than happy”, before the police managed to whisk him away from the prying gaze of lens and man.

India’s first International Master, Manuel Aaron, who was unable to sight Anand even momentarily, said his airport visit had been “worth nothing”.

“I couldn’t even spot him once and I certainly did not want to make my way into the crowd.

“It would be a better idea to organise a welcome party at a hotel instead of the airport where things can take a messy turn,” Aaron said.

Earlier, the scene, by and large, resembled a quasi-social occasion.

Festive atmosphere

Sweets exchanged hands, as did banners and bottles of beverage, as hundreds of students braved humidity and hunger and waited for their hero to come out.

“We were here by 10 p.m. to rehearse. It’s all right, we don’t mind doing it because Anand deserves all the accolades for his achievement,” said a cymbals-brandishing member of the Velammal High School band.

While sizable numbers indicated a rapidly growing popularity of the sport, the query of an excitable, cheering group of young men to a TV crew engaged in interviewing Aruna Anand imbued the proceedings with an alternative perspective.

“Excuse me,” asked one of the group, “but what is the name of the movie star who is being mobbed.”

November 22, 2008 Posted by | sports | , , , , , | Leave a comment