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Narendra Modi-CM


CM Narendra Modi, atop a camel, visits Suigam border in Gujarat. (PTI Photo) 

Sachin Tendulkar-41st Test Hundred


Sachin Tendulkar celebrates his century and India’s victory during the fifth day of the first Test cricket match between India and England in Chennai on Monday, December 15, 2008. Tendulkar hit the winning runs and reached his 41st Test hundred with a swept boundary as India set a record for a victorious fourth-innings run chase on home soil to beat England by six wickets in the first cricket Test. (AP Photo) 

Peace rally in Mumbai


Mumbaikars gather for a peace rally to pay homage to victims of Mumbai terror attack. (TOI Photo)

Pakistan must cooperate with India: Rice


US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice arrived in New Delhi on Wednesday for a solidarity visit after the Mumbai attacks. (AP Photo)


US on Wednesday said Pakistan should show a “real sense of transparency and urgency” in implementing its commitment to tackle terrorism in the wake of Mumbai terror attacks and that will be its message to the leadership in Islamabad.



Dhyaan Dhirendra Patel on December 1, 2008. He is in vadodara. Look how happy he is!

ACP Ashok Kamte


My Tribute to ACP Ashok Kamte who lost his life in Mumbai fight against terrorist on Wednesday. The tall Ashok Kamte was a bundle of opposites His fit, muscular build and trademark beret — rather than a senior police officer’s khaki cap — gave him the look of an army commando. And sure enough, he too had taken part in many encounters, earning a reputation for daring.

ATS Chief Hemant Karkare


My tribute to ATS Chieft Hemant Karkare, IPS officer of the 1982 batch, had served in RAW for nine years and was made the ATS chief in January this year. He had solved the serial bomb blasts in Thane, Vashi and Panvel. The credit for the stunning revelations in the investigation of the September 29 blast in Malegaon goes to his credit. Karkare is known for his discipline and fair investigation. During the Malegaon investigation, Karkare had told his officers not to create false evidence, saying, “We have done our job and it is for the court to decide.”

Encounter Specialist: Vijay Salaskar


My tribute to Encounter Specialist Bravo Mr. Vijay Salaskar

Vijay Salaskar was killed in Mumbai terrorist attacks on November 27th at Metro Cinema. I like to write a note on Mr.Vijay Salaskar and want to give my tribute to him for his brave and excellent life he live for our country.

With Tuesday’s encounter, the number of criminals shot dead by inspector Vijay Salaskar touched 78. Salaskar, who was reportedly sidelined for the last two years for unearthing the gutka-underworld nexus, was recently attached to the crime branch, where he currently heads the anti-extortion cell. An officer of the 1983 batch, Salaskar in his 24 years of service has eliminated many criminals. Amar Naik, Jaggu Shetty, Sadhu Shetty, Kundan Singh Rawat, Zahoor Makhanda are some of the gangsters who have fallen to Salaskar’s bullets.

Nature at Matar


Nature at Matar. This picture was taken at 1-50 pm, Sunday. How beautiful nature looks! I enjoy my each visit to matar and such view is one of the major factors for that enjoyment.



Footprints in the Sand


I love the message of this picture.

The Long and Winding Road


The long and winding road, that leads to your door

We’ll never disappear, I’ve seen that road before

It always leads me here, lead me to your door

The wild and windy night that the rain washed away

Has left the full of tears, crying for the day

Why leave me standing here, let me know the way.


Many times I’ve been alone, and many times I cried

Anyway you never know, the many ways I’ve tried

But still they leave me back, to the long and winding road

You left me standing here, along long time ago

Don’t leave waiting here, lead me to your door.

Wall Picture with Dhirendra Patel


wall pictures at Dhirendra’s house. Picture shows Radha-Krishna.

Surface of the moon taken by Moon Impact Probe (MIP)


This handout picture provided by the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) shows the surface of the moon taken by Moon Impact Probe (MIP), after separating from India’s Chandrayaan-1 spacecraft, November 14, 2008. A lunar probe from India’s first unmanned moon mission Chandrayaan-1 has landed on the moon and started sending its first images, officials at the Indian Space Research Organisation said on Friday. Picture taken November 14, 2008. REUTERS/Indian Space Research Organisation/Handout (INDIA).

Unique Entry


Look at the above picture. It’s Unique Entry.

CosmoWood Blinds


CosmoWood blinds combine the beauty of wood blinds with the durability of polyvinyl.  Blinds are easy to clean with a feather duster or damp cloth. Imbedded UV inhibitors protect blinds from fading in the sun. Moisture, heat and warp resistance make this blind ideal for humid environments and extreme temperatures. CosmoWood blinds are available in three types of surface finishes; Smooth, Sandblasted or Embossed.

Europe’s most scenic drives


From hairpin bends in Monaco to mountain passes in Macedonia

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Nature at it’s Best


Look at the picture above. I see this tree when I was on my tripe to Ambaji, around 180 km away from my city Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India. Look the arrangement.  

The Komodo dragon


The Komodo dragon is a species of lizard that inhabits the islands of Komodo, Rinca, Flores, Gili Motang, and Gili Dasami, in central Indonesia. A member of the monitor lizard family (Varanidae), it is the largest living species of lizard, growing to an average length of 2–3 meters (approximately 6.5–10 ft) and weighing around 70 kilograms (154 lb). Their unusual size is attributed to island gigantism, since there are no other carnivorous animals to fill the niche on the islands where they live, and also to the Komodo dragon’s low metabolic rate. As a result of their size, these lizards are apex predators, dominating the ecosystems in which they live.


Although Komodo dragons eat mostly carrion, they will also hunt and ambush prey including invertebrates, birds, and mammals. Mating begins between May and August, and the eggs are laid in September. About twenty eggs are deposited in abandoned megapode nests and incubated for seven to eight months, hatching in April, when insects are most plentiful. Young Komodo dragons are vulnerable and therefore dwell in trees, safe from predators and cannibalistic adults. They take around three to five years to mature, and may live as long as fifty years.


In the wild their range has contracted due to human activities and they are listed as vulnerable by the IUCN. They are protected under Indonesian law, and a national park, Komodo National Park, was founded to aid protection efforts. (more…)