Sunday, November 6, 2011

20 Common Thing That Are Killing Us...

Here are some of the Common things that are Killing people... But these are not exact values they are just approximate value!

25 Beautiful bridges in the world

Though these bridges are made by man they not only provide access to various places but also add some beauty to this earth... Here are the 25 beautiful bridges from my point of view.

Akashi-Kaiky┼Ź Bridge (Kobe, Japan)

Bixby Creek Bridge (Big Sur, California, USA)

Bosphorus Bridge (Istanbul, Turkey)

The Bridge of Aspiration (Covent Garden, London, UK)

Bridge of Sighs (Venice, Italy)

Brooklyn Bridge (Brooklyn, New York, USA)

Chengyang Bridge (Sanjiang of Guangxi Province, China)

Chesapeake Bay Bridge (Chesapeake Bay, Maryland, USA)

The Iron Bridge (Coalbrookdale, UK)

Confederation Bridge (New Brunswick, Canada)

Coronado Bridge (San Diego, California, USA)

Donghai Bridge (Shanghai, China)

Erasmus Bridge (Rotterdam, Netherlands)

Fehmarn Belt Bridge (Hamburg, Germany to Copenhagen, Denmark)

Forth Railway Bridge (Fife, Scotland)

Gateshead Millennium Bridge (Gateshead to Newcastle, UK)

Golden Gate Bridge (San Franciso, California, USA)

The Half-Bridge of Hope (Russia)

Hangzhou Bay Bridge (Hangzhou Bay, China)

Humber Bridge (Kingston upon Hull, England)

Hussaini Bridge (Passu, Pakistan)

Jadukata Bridge (Ranikor, India)

Kawazu (Kawazu-cho, Japan)

Khaju Bridge (Isfahan, Iran)

Kintaikyo Bridge (Iwakuni City, Japan)

Global warming Change - Very Funny...

Want to know the real effect of Global Warming on New york, America ?.... Here is the the true result of the Global Warming - Very funny!

Sushil Kumar from Bihar won Rs. 5 Crores in KBC

A young man from the interiors of Bihar, earning a salary of just Rs.6,500 per month, coming from the most humblest of backgrounds, reaches the hot seat and cracks the ultimate prize of Rs.5 Crores.

Sushil Kumar is a computer operator and tutor. His victory led to celebrations on the sets of the show. The pulsating excitement on the set and among the crew was unimaginable. It was as if they had won the hugest prize ever in the history of Indian television. The tension as each question was meticulously answered and the pulsating and throbbing hearts as he crossed the Rs.1 Crore mark and then waited and waited and waited till almost eternity to decide on that final answer of Rs.5 Crores.

In 2004, the first season of KBC saw Harshvardhan Nawathe from Mumbai walking away with Rs.1 Crore. Earlier this year, Rahat Taslim from Jharkand won Rs.1 Crore but quit before the on the jackpot question for Rs. 5 Crores.